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Friday, July 22, 2005

The U.S.A. P.A.T.R.I.O.T. Act FOREVER?!!


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As I type this, the Congress of the United States is once again madly rushing in to rubber-stamp a PERMANENT renewal of the onerous, SATANIC, anti-American "U.S.A. P.A.T.R.I.O.T. Act", which frankly, both depresses and frightens me.

This is just more of the same tyranny that was arbitrarily imposed on us after terrorists flew hi-jacked airliners into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on 11 September 2001.

Yes, the bad guys do something, and the government's predictable reaction is to punish the good guys.

Golly, gee whillikers, it was the stupid laws of our government that enabled the sky-jackers in the first place!

Now, our politicians and bureaucrats just want to make things worse!!!

Do you realize that if honest private citizens had been permitted to freely exercise their inalienable (it's SUPPOSED to be "inalienable"!) rights to wear concealed loaded firearms when flying on commercial airliners, that 9-11 would NEVER have happened in the first place?

I am used to living in Idaho and Utah, and having moved here to Washington, D.C., is like landing on an alien planet.

These folks don't know the first thing about individual liberty, inalienable rights, civic responsibility, or plain old fashioned religious morality.

When the "U.S.A. P.A. T.R.I.O.T. Act" was first introduced, it instantly sailed through Congress with no debate or dissent, and unanimous approval.

That was the first sign that something had gone terribly wrong.

For quite a while, I tried to get a copy of the "U.S.A. P.A.T.R.I.O.T. Act", and couldn't find it anywhere.

That was another danger sign, huh?

When I finally did get to read it, I couldn't understand one single word, for it wasn't written so the common citizen could understand it.

Thus, the government now holds all the cards.

The "U.S.A. P.A.T.R.I.O.T. Act" means whatever the government says it means, and who is there to dispute it?

I was very shocked to hear a fellow American citizen and military veteran, a man I very much admire and respect, tell me "we need to be willing to sacrifice some of our freedoms in order to obtain security".

I couldn't believe what I was hearing, especially from that man!

I replied that I couldn't have disagreed more, and that we were on opposite sides of the fence on that issue.

Here in Washington, D.C., private citizens are not permitted to be armed.

Using the power of law, they impose racial preferences, deliberately intended to penalize whites, and they actively promote sexual deviancy of every type.

When violent crimes occur, officials hold televised news conferences to either congratulate the victim for wisely not resisting, or else they condemn the victim for foolishly fighting back.

Yes, there will be terrorism and there will be violent crimes.

But, you don't solve that problem by strip-searching great grandmothers at airports, and making sure that nobody carries a nail clipper or pocket knife!

All that does is make helpless unarmed prey out of ordinary honest citizens.

The professional terrorist already knows how to beat the system and smuggle weapons and explosives aboard commercial aircraft.

The most effective way to stop terrorism and violent crime is to repeal all laws which restrict honest private citizens from wearing loaded concealed firearms, or carrying pocket knives, or carrying cellular telephones.

Also, repeal all racial discrimination laws.

If it's okay for blacks to associate only with other blacks, attend all black schools, and live in all black neighborhoods, then why can't white people do the same thing?

Why do we continue with this fantasy that all races. religions, and cultures are the same?

I'm white, and I prefer to live, work, play, and associate with other whites.

Furthermore, Islam and Christianity are DIFFERENT!!!

Just study them, and you'll see why Islam is a violent threat!

It is NOT, and never has been, a "religion of peace".

The "peaceful" Muslims are the ones who aren't living their religion.

Remember when 9-11 happened, and the television showed the Arabs dancing and rejoicing?

Remember the SILENCE from the Muslim community here in the United States?

Not only did they NOT protest, some Muslim high school students in New York City even publicly approved.

Let's call it like it is.

Shucks, the so-called "prophet" (hah!) Mohammed was nothing more than a murderous bloodthirsty pervert who raped a six year old girl in front of her parents!

His own family couldn't stand him, which is why he fled into the desert.

Do you want to know one of the major differences between Christianity and Islam?

Look at how we view life after death.

As Christians, if we see other souls being lost to Satan's influence, we do our best to save them, and we weep over their downfall.

But, Muslims REJOICE and MOCK those who don't make it to Paradise.

Does that sound like something the children of God would do?

Actually, I'm glad to be here on this Earth at this particular time.

I'm especially grateful for this Heavenly gift of the World Wide Web, which allows individuals like me to express unpopular opinions, and strike my own tiny blow, however insignificant it may be, for liberty and morality.

I see around me the fulfillment of Isaiah's prophecy, of the days when "that which is good will be called evil and that which is evil will be called good" (Isaiah 5:20).

Also, like the prophet Ether, in the Book of Mormon, I'm viewing the destruction of my people, the white people of America, and I'm seeing apostasy, in the form of "politically correct" speech, creeping ever so gradually into my own Church.

Do you want to know something about the evolution of contemporary racism?

When I was a boy, living in the segregated South, racial integration was being imposed at gunpoint, by federal marshals and United States soldiers.

Yep, that's a SURE way to get white people to like black people - - - point guns at their heads and FORCE them to do it!

Anyway, being a youngster, I was very rebellious and idealistic, as most youngsters are.

So, I figured that everybody should be equal, and that racial discrimination against black people was wrong.

But, a lot of years have passed, and now I see the other side of that coin.

The so-called "civil" rights movement (i.e., pro-Negro rights and anti-White discrimination) opened the door for other things, such as rampant recreational drug use, sexual deviancy, abortion, euthanasia, corruption of religion, radically lowering of educational and literacy standards, weakening of our military, and overt support for a foreign enemy we were at war with.

Before all that started, there was a distinct difference between white and black communities.

The civil rights movement was a noble attempt by idealistic whites to try and help the blacks.

Unfortunately, it not only failed abysmally, but actually backfired.

Instead of raising the standards for black people, it did just the opposite.

Now, when you see white kids, they dress, talk, and act just as if they were black.

Instead of raising the standard of living for black Americans, it ended up lowering the standards of conduct for ALL Americans.

And, who are the heroes and leaders of the contemporary black community?

Martin Luther King (whom they worship as a god!), Rosa Parks, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakkan, Malcolm X, and Elijah Mohammed, every single one of them a pervert, a criminal, a felon, and a con artist, and many of them trained and motivated by the Communist Party U.S.A.!!!

Yes, when the civil rights movement first started, I was young and I thought it was a good thing.

But, when I see the damage that's been done to our Constitution and our Republic, then I realize the harm that resulted far outweighs the honorable intentions of our combined aspirations to improve life for black Americans.

Yeah, we definitely are going to have one hell of a war here.

It's just as the prophet of the Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints (i.e., the so-called "Mormon" church), Joseph Smith, predicted.

According to prophecy, it won't be a conventional civil war, or organized revolution, but general anarchy, with lawless marauding armed mobs fighting every other lawless marauding armed mob.

This will happen when our economy collapses and our government becomes totally impotent.

These things are terrible to write about, and even more awful to actually witness, but still, I'm glad I'm here, no matter how bad it gets.

I feel privileged to be a small part of history and to be a witness as history is being made.

I wonder if the Moslems will issue a "fatwah" against me?

When I worked at the Utah State Prison, an inmate put a contract on my life.

I thought that was pretty neat!

I have had guys try to kill me, but I'm still here.

Still, we all have to go sometime, so we might as well go out fighting for what counts.

God bless these United States of America!

Thank you.

1 comment:

Aussie Bard said...

G'day John,

I am responding to this post despite, rather than because you are my friend.

I'm surprised to read such intollerance from you, and that you hold such points of view.

Surely each person must be judged as an individual, not because of their colour, race or creed. their heart and soul are not for you or me to judge, but for God.

Yes, the evil that is terror is clear, but I find no terror in somebody who beleives that Martin Luther King did more good than evil. To quote that man, "In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends."

Perhaps I may be considered naive, but I would prefer naivite to bigotry and and racisim, after all, another great man once said, "Blessed are the Peace Makers for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven".

May I suggest you re-read the words you have written here; they are full of vitriol and hatred. Such opinions are alien to my perception of you gained over time, particularly when I visited you in Washington. I pray your words are but a temporary abberation but, sadly I suspect they not.

Peace and the Lord be with you