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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO. — In June, America’s mass media propaganda machine endangered the public by spreading insidious “disinformation” — while purporting to debunk “disinformation.”

The New York Times, NBC News, CNN and the Associated Press converged nine weeks ago to persuade readers and viewers that neither antifa rioters nor Black Lives Matter militants were fanning out from major urban areas into flyover country. Law enforcement bulletins and citizen alerts about the metastasis of violent demonstrations all amount to “misinformation,” “bad information,” “false information,” “unfounded rumors” and “conspiratorial content,” the Gray Lady scoffed.

NBC News and CNN exploited a single fake antifa Twitter account to dismiss nationwide concerns of domestic terrorism as “viral misinformation.”

The AP blasted “baseless theories” about encroaching violence and castigated “conservative news outlets and pro-Trump social media accounts” for reporting on them.

In short: Don’t worry. Be happy. Blame Righty.

The “progressive” Anti-Defamation League — headed by Jonathan Greenblatt, a Clinton/Obama official and former George Soros-funded operative — amplified the fraudulent media campaign. “There has been no evidence of antifa or Black Lives Matter organizing or carrying out attacks on suburban or white communities,” the ADL declared, and the “large-scale protests following the murder of George Floyd” were “overwhelmingly peaceful.”

Fact check: ADL = All Damned Lies. AP = Anarchist Propaganda. CNN = Chaos-Nurturing Network.

Since this agitprop campaign two months ago, armed extremists allied with antifa and BLM have indeed staged escalating incursions into the heartland. Yes, the mob is on the move. Yes, the mob is targeting “suburban neighborhoods and white communities.” Yes, the mob could turn up at your home at any time.

And no, in the age of American anarchotyranny, you cannot rely on the police, nor elected officials (Democratic or Republican), nor even mainstream Second Amendment organizations in Washington, D.C., like the National Rifle Association to stand with you in your time of need.

Just two weeks after the Denver police purposely stood down and watched my friends and I come under attack by BLM and antifa at a “Back the Blue” rally, Colorado Springs police sat by and did nothing on Monday night as a residential neighborhood was shut down by cop-hating provocateurs. Toting AR-15s, carrying walkie-talkies and openly defying state laws prohibiting targeted picketing, the mob marched unobstructed into the streets of Pulpit Rock to the private home of a Colorado Springs Police Department officer. He had been cleared by a grand jury a year ago in a police-involved fatal shooting of an armed robbery suspect.

Local news outlets filmed black-clad BLM menaces in camo and combat boots ignoring cops’ orders to stop blocking motorists. Militants cursed, threatened and waved their weapons at law-abiding citizens, one of whom called 911 for help once the mob let him through.

No officer came to assist. Instead, CSPD officials posted on Twitter that they were “reminding” the mob “to not block the streets” and were issuing two “shelter in place” orders advising residents to “stay indoors; please lock and stay away from windows and doors.”

“Protect and serve” has been replaced with “Tweet and retreat.” Run and hide. Kneel and grovel. If it’s coming to my once-solidly conservative community, it’s coming to your town, too.

Former City Councilman Sean Paige condemned the fecklessness: “We have a ‘law and order’ Mayor In Colorado Springs, right? So why is John Suthers letting thugs get away with this kind of dangerous/threatening nonsense in residential areas?”

Twitter user Sandi K. responded to the CSPD police posts: “Announcements? Reminders? How about arrests? Pathetic response by law enforcement. Unbelievable!”

Another enraged citizen asked CSPD: “(H)ow are the masked protestors who are in full tactical gear and standing down vehicles with their hands on the stocks of their rifles not menacing?”

ORDER IT NOW

I asked Lt. James Sokolik, CSPD public information officer, why no one was arrested. “We monitored” the protest “extensively,” he told me, and made an “ultimate decision not to intervene” because “it took care of itself.” That passive language echoes the Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen’s diffident downplaying of the riot at the “Back the Blue” rally as having “devolved” on its own, with no one and no entity actually accountable. “But I don’t want to give the impression that this was some sort of blase thing,” Sokolik warbled.

Oh, no. Who would ever get that impression? After all, the situation was being monitored.

Colorado Springs native and Benghazi Marine hero John “Tig” Tiegen, who works with the nonprofit Faith Education Commerce United, rejects such abject passivity in the face of extreme aggression. “You shouldn’t have to hide in your own house and be held against your will for fear of bodily harm or death,” he told me. He issued a call to action when he heard of the mob hijacking of Pulpit Rock. A large group of his friends joined him to defend and protect the homeowners from direct assault: “We were definitely a force and the neighbors were glad we were there.”

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“It’s time to stop living in utopia instead of reality,” Tiegen counsels. Amen. Reject the lies. Ignore the smears. Lock, load and lean on each other. Domestic tranquility, like anarchotyranny, doesn’t just happen on its own.

Michelle Malkin’s email address is [email protected] To find out more about Michelle Malkin and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate website at www.creators.com.

 
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  1. I sense chetnik diaspora death squads very soon. Will definitely work with Mexicans if they choose to not support the anarchoids

    • Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome
    @Svevlad

    Real operatives are hiding amongst the soy antifa mobs so they can do reconnaissance of their future targets. They get to personally snoop around the target's neighborhood and see what he looks like and dresses like when he's home at night. Lay of the land, neighbors, and things like dogs etc to learn about.

    They can hide in the mob behind the mandatory Wu-Fiu masks.

  2. This is what God made Claymore mines for.

    Seriously, how fast will this fall off when some scared Karen pulls out hubby’s rifle and proceeds to haphazardly mow down the lefties?

  3. anonymous[245] • Disclaimer says:

    Keep an eye on Mrs. Malkin.

    Benghazi Marine hero

    She’s an unrepentant Neocon.

    • Replies: @omegabooks
    @anonymous

    And Ann Coulter. And Ilana Mercer. Back in the 9-11 days all three were Islamophobic war-mongers...they've wised up some, but are still controlled opposition.

    Replies: @zimriel

    , @Anon
    @anonymous

    He is a hero.

    Replies: @anonymous

    , @Anon
    @anonymous

    You've got a point, still consider her a positive overall.

  4. Ukraine is coming.

  5. watched my friends and I

    Bad enough in everyday speech, but in a syndicated column? Are there no proofreaders on our side?

    • Replies: @Hans
    @Reg Cæsar

    Dogshit. But you knew that.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @SafeNow
    @Reg Cæsar

    “watched my friends and I”

    Obama used to say “...for Michelle and I..” So it must be okay. President of the Harvard Law Review.

    , @Avspatti
    @Reg Cæsar

    Thanks. Really??? Would it be correct to say ....'watched I?'

    Watched my friends and ME.

    , @MarkU
    @Reg Cæsar

    Here in England (UK) 'My friends and I' is considered correct.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Ko

  6. Looks like anything from unz won’t be allowed to be shared through messenger. Interesting

  7. @Reg Cæsar

    watched my friends and I
     
    Bad enough in everyday speech, but in a syndicated column? Are there no proofreaders on our side?

    Replies: @Hans, @SafeNow, @Avspatti, @MarkU

    Dogshit. But you knew that.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Hans


    Dog💩.
     
    Keep a civil tongue around the ladies. Such as Mrs Malkin.




    Meine englische Grammatik ist korrekt.

    Replies: @Hans

  8. @anonymous
    Keep an eye on Mrs. Malkin.

    Benghazi Marine hero
     
    She's an unrepentant Neocon.

    Replies: @omegabooks, @Anon, @Anon

    And Ann Coulter. And Ilana Mercer. Back in the 9-11 days all three were Islamophobic war-mongers…they’ve wised up some, but are still controlled opposition.

    • Replies: @zimriel
    @omegabooks

    So what? Islam is bad and not of the West. Not as bad as #woke but bad.
    And spare us your own #wokery with your "-phobia" cant. You're at Unz.

    Replies: @Sya Beerens

  9. If we have nothing to worry about because most of the protests are peaceful, then by the same logic they have nothing to protest — after all, the vast majority of police officers have never killed anyone.

  10. “Protect and serve” has been replaced with “Tweet and retreat.” Run and hide. Kneel and grovel. If it’s coming to my once-solidly conservative community, it’s coming to your town, too.

    On the one hand, we’re told to pay our taxes and support our police because they exist to keep us safe. On the other hand there’s a growing body of case law in the US, e.g. the infamous Warren v. District of Columbia, (444 A.2d. 1, D.C. Ct. of Ap. 1981) and others, that state that police have no duty to protect citizens. It sounds pretty rich to me.

    Why not look past recent case law to feudal law and custom, since that is the basis by which most US jurisdictions claim the power to tax the fee simple freeholders of real property in their jurisdiction. In this context, the power to tax and insist on the fealty of the vassal is necessarily concomitant on the duty of the overlord to protect. In other words, US case law on the subject is defective.

    That’s all nice and good, but what it really means is that you have been cut free by your overlord to twist in the winds of the roving marauders against whom they swore to protect you. There is no reason why you can’t arm and defend yourselves from the mob. But when the authorities come for you and your weapons, you’d better be ready to turn your weapons on them, because they’ll be coming at you with a vengeance. You might look for more than a few like-minded neighbours.

    Welcome to the New Dark Ages.

    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
    @The Alarmist

    The 'No Duty of Care' doctrine for state goons dates from well before Warren; it was first pronounced in South v. Maryland, 59 U.S. 396 (1855) in which any putative duty of care was narrowly defined (and was not in any sense a general duty of care to the citizenry-at-large).

    Long story short: South v. Maryland says that a state goon can fail or refuse to 'protect and serve' a citizen (or all citizens) at their discretion, and the affected citizen[s] has[have] no ground for redress.

    They are not there to protect us from each other, from them, or from government. They are there to insist on compliance by us with edicts issued by them or the government.

    Anyone who claims that police exist to protect the demos is a fool or a charlatan; never neither.


    “Protect and serve” is a marketing slogan, and literally nothing more: it has the truth value of "Up to 40% off" or "Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles".

    Replies: @Kratoklastes, @Diversity Inclusion Equality Youth Team, @The Alarmist

  11. @Hans
    @Reg Cæsar

    Dogshit. But you knew that.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Dog💩.

    Keep a civil tongue around the ladies. Such as Mrs Malkin.

    Meine englische Grammatik ist korrekt.

    • Replies: @Hans
    @Reg Cæsar

    Pick up your toys you messy child.

  12. gun control is a tight grouping .

    • Agree: Adam Smith
  13. @The Alarmist

    "Protect and serve” has been replaced with “Tweet and retreat.” Run and hide. Kneel and grovel. If it’s coming to my once-solidly conservative community, it’s coming to your town, too.
     
    On the one hand, we're told to pay our taxes and support our police because they exist to keep us safe. On the other hand there's a growing body of case law in the US, e.g. the infamous Warren v. District of Columbia, (444 A.2d. 1, D.C. Ct. of Ap. 1981) and others, that state that police have no duty to protect citizens. It sounds pretty rich to me.

    Why not look past recent case law to feudal law and custom, since that is the basis by which most US jurisdictions claim the power to tax the fee simple freeholders of real property in their jurisdiction. In this context, the power to tax and insist on the fealty of the vassal is necessarily concomitant on the duty of the overlord to protect. In other words, US case law on the subject is defective.

    That's all nice and good, but what it really means is that you have been cut free by your overlord to twist in the winds of the roving marauders against whom they swore to protect you. There is no reason why you can't arm and defend yourselves from the mob. But when the authorities come for you and your weapons, you'd better be ready to turn your weapons on them, because they'll be coming at you with a vengeance. You might look for more than a few like-minded neighbours.

    Welcome to the New Dark Ages.

    Replies: @Kratoklastes

    The ‘No Duty of Care‘ doctrine for state goons dates from well before Warren; it was first pronounced in South v. Maryland, 59 U.S. 396 (1855) in which any putative duty of care was narrowly defined (and was not in any sense a general duty of care to the citizenry-at-large).

    Long story short: South v. Maryland says that a state goon can fail or refuse to ‘protect and serve’ a citizen (or all citizens) at their discretion, and the affected citizen[s] has[have] no ground for redress.

    They are not there to protect us from each other, from them, or from government. They are there to insist on compliance by us with edicts issued by them or the government.

    Anyone who claims that police exist to protect the demos is a fool or a charlatan; never neither.

    “Protect and serve” is a marketing slogan, and literally nothing more: it has the truth value of “Up to 40% off” or “Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles“.

    • Agree: Johnny Smoggins
    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
    @Kratoklastes

    I also should mention that one of the cases cited in South v Maryland was Entick v Carrington [1765] EWHC KB J98, in which Lord Camden - before the famous passage that limited government goons to a sphere of action restricted to things that are 'on the books' (i.e., things that are expressly legislated) - opined in the answer of the 2nd of 4 Questions...


    "Now take the conservator. He is intrusted with the execution of no laws; if the word "law" is understood to mean statutes, as I apprehend it is. He is liable to no actions, because he never acts; the keeping of the peace being so completely transferred to and so engrossed by the justice, that the name of conservator is almost forgot. He is far from being discourage by actions. No man ever heard of an action brought against a conservator as such."
     
    In other words, this robed arsehole could not conceive that a peon would ever have a justified case against a government goon, because the goon was never assumed to act sua sponte (or suo moto).


    For those playing at home, Camden's famous pronouncement - part of the foundational basis for the 4th Amendment - was part of the answer to the 4th of 4 Questions, and goes as follows (a key weasel-phrase is italicised by me):


    The great end, for which men entered into society, was to secure their property. That right is preserved sacred and incommunicable in all instances, where it has not been taken away or abridged by some public law for the good of the whole. The cases where this right of property is set aside by private law, are various. Distresses, executions, forfeitures, taxes etc are all of this description; wherein every man by common consent gives up that right, for the sake of justice and the general good. By the laws of England, every invasion of private property, be it ever so minute, is a trespass. No man can set his foot upon my ground without my licence, but he is liable to an action, though the damage be nothing; which is proved by every declaration in trespass, where the defendant is called upon to answer for bruising the grass and even treading upon the soil. If he admits the fact, he is bound to show by way of justification, that some positive law has empowered or excused him. The justification is submitted to the judges, who are to look into the books; and if such a justification can be maintained by the text of the statute law, or by the principles of common law. If no excuse can be found or produced, the silence of the books is an authority against the defendant, and the plaintiff must have judgment.
     
    Two paragraphs, diametrically opposed in both intent and interpretation. That's the Robed Cunt classes for ya.
    , @Diversity Inclusion Equality Youth Team
    @Kratoklastes

    "They are not there to protect us from each other, from them, or from government. They are there to insist on compliance by us with edicts issued by them or the government."

    In addition, not only compliance enforcement, but the protection of the government from us. The shield keeping the ruling classes safe from the riff-raff.
    It's surprising and telling how our current political class disrespect the thin blue line, which is ultimately what keeps their very heads off of the pikes which mobs might yield.


    Words is hard, y'all...

    , @The Alarmist
    @Kratoklastes

    The point is that the unprotected public in these hell holes owe no allegiance or obediance or money to the politicians who have left them twisting in the wind. They need to decide if they will live as free persons or serfs, and act accordingly.

    Naturally this starts with turning them out at the next election.

    Yeah, I choked on a little vomit while typing that, because every time I've fed my ballot into the Trusty Diebold Machine, I wonder who I really voted for.

  14. @Reg Cæsar

    watched my friends and I
     
    Bad enough in everyday speech, but in a syndicated column? Are there no proofreaders on our side?

    Replies: @Hans, @SafeNow, @Avspatti, @MarkU

    “watched my friends and I”

    Obama used to say “…for Michelle and I..” So it must be okay. President of the Harvard Law Review.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
  15. @Kratoklastes
    @The Alarmist

    The 'No Duty of Care' doctrine for state goons dates from well before Warren; it was first pronounced in South v. Maryland, 59 U.S. 396 (1855) in which any putative duty of care was narrowly defined (and was not in any sense a general duty of care to the citizenry-at-large).

    Long story short: South v. Maryland says that a state goon can fail or refuse to 'protect and serve' a citizen (or all citizens) at their discretion, and the affected citizen[s] has[have] no ground for redress.

    They are not there to protect us from each other, from them, or from government. They are there to insist on compliance by us with edicts issued by them or the government.

    Anyone who claims that police exist to protect the demos is a fool or a charlatan; never neither.


    “Protect and serve” is a marketing slogan, and literally nothing more: it has the truth value of "Up to 40% off" or "Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles".

    Replies: @Kratoklastes, @Diversity Inclusion Equality Youth Team, @The Alarmist

    I also should mention that one of the cases cited in South v Maryland was Entick v Carrington [1765] EWHC KB J98, in which Lord Camden – before the famous passage that limited government goons to a sphere of action restricted to things that are ‘on the books’ (i.e., things that are expressly legislated) – opined in the answer of the 2nd of 4 Questions…

    “Now take the conservator. He is intrusted with the execution of no laws; if the word “law” is understood to mean statutes, as I apprehend it is. He is liable to no actions, because he never acts; the keeping of the peace being so completely transferred to and so engrossed by the justice, that the name of conservator is almost forgot. He is far from being discourage by actions. No man ever heard of an action brought against a conservator as such.”

    In other words, this robed arsehole could not conceive that a peon would ever have a justified case against a government goon, because the goon was never assumed to act sua sponte (or suo moto).

    For those playing at home, Camden’s famous pronouncement – part of the foundational basis for the 4th Amendment – was part of the answer to the 4th of 4 Questions, and goes as follows (a key weasel-phrase is italicised by me):

    The great end, for which men entered into society, was to secure their property. That right is preserved sacred and incommunicable in all instances, where it has not been taken away or abridged by some public law for the good of the whole. The cases where this right of property is set aside by private law, are various. Distresses, executions, forfeitures, taxes etc are all of this description; wherein every man by common consent gives up that right, for the sake of justice and the general good. By the laws of England, every invasion of private property, be it ever so minute, is a trespass. No man can set his foot upon my ground without my licence, but he is liable to an action, though the damage be nothing; which is proved by every declaration in trespass, where the defendant is called upon to answer for bruising the grass and even treading upon the soil. If he admits the fact, he is bound to show by way of justification, that some positive law has empowered or excused him. The justification is submitted to the judges, who are to look into the books; and if such a justification can be maintained by the text of the statute law, or by the principles of common law. If no excuse can be found or produced, the silence of the books is an authority against the defendant, and the plaintiff must have judgment.

    Two paragraphs, diametrically opposed in both intent and interpretation. That’s the Robed Cunt classes for ya.

  16. About a month ago, a woman under serious mob assault called the police, and was told by the 911 dispatcher, “call city hall to express your frustration.”

    Okay, since that’s going to be the new normal, I suggest cities implement a new automated phone tree: “Press 1 for building permits, … .(etc)….Press 9 to express frustration.”

    This is yet another Orwellian revision of the English language. “Endangered” becomes “frustrated.” It shifts the onus to the victim. A possible solution: When calling the police, sound like a minority person, not like the elocution teacher at an elite girls school. At least here in California, people of color are entitled to heightened solicitude.

    As long as today is grammar day: Above, there is no apostrophe after “girls.” There is no possession; the girls do not own the school. This word is a noun adjunct.

  17. “Protect and serve” has been replaced with “Tweet and retreat.” Run and hide. Kneel and grovel. If it’s coming to my once-solidly conservative community, it’s coming to your town, too.

    Witty, descriptive, pathetic and sad.
    R.C.

  18. The United States federal government is now officially “null and void.”
    Any white who ends up killing ANTIFA / BLM just for protecting their lives or property will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the “law.”
    They feds do everything BUT, what they exist to do… Protect the civil and constitutional rights of the citizenry period!
    It does not exist to tax and redistribute wealth, determine winners and losers, support other countries financially or militarily, protect us from viruses, hurricanes, tornados, guarantee equal outcomes, suppress free speech… You get the idea.
    Trump, Barr and the DOJ will not come to anyone’s rescue, even in cases where the cops refused to stop the rioting, make arrests, “protect and serve.”
    All good citizens fighting the good fight, owe it to themselves and the rest of us to not obey or acknowledge the sovereignty of the U.S. federal government, nor any applicable state government!
    The founders went to war for far much less tyranny than us being inflicted upon us, from our own government, and the mob!

    • Agree: Adam Smith, KenH
  19. For Michelle Malkin,

    I hope that you can use one of your columns to tell conservative-leaning voters that voting as early as possible this year might be wise. I look for antifa to show up near some polling places on November 4. Its best to avoid them if possible.

  20. @omegabooks
    @anonymous

    And Ann Coulter. And Ilana Mercer. Back in the 9-11 days all three were Islamophobic war-mongers...they've wised up some, but are still controlled opposition.

    Replies: @zimriel

    So what? Islam is bad and not of the West. Not as bad as #woke but bad.
    And spare us your own #wokery with your “-phobia” cant. You’re at Unz.

    • Replies: @Sya Beerens
    @zimriel

    Bolshevism is bad and not of the Middle East, so what?

    Replies: @zimriel

  21. @Reg Cæsar

    watched my friends and I
     
    Bad enough in everyday speech, but in a syndicated column? Are there no proofreaders on our side?

    Replies: @Hans, @SafeNow, @Avspatti, @MarkU

    Thanks. Really??? Would it be correct to say ….’watched I?’

    Watched my friends and ME.

  22. @anonymous
    Keep an eye on Mrs. Malkin.

    Benghazi Marine hero
     
    She's an unrepentant Neocon.

    Replies: @omegabooks, @Anon, @Anon

    He is a hero.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Anon

    How so? How many others were, in your view?

    Serious questions -- I've never heard of him.

  23. The sky is also falling.

  24. @Kratoklastes
    @The Alarmist

    The 'No Duty of Care' doctrine for state goons dates from well before Warren; it was first pronounced in South v. Maryland, 59 U.S. 396 (1855) in which any putative duty of care was narrowly defined (and was not in any sense a general duty of care to the citizenry-at-large).

    Long story short: South v. Maryland says that a state goon can fail or refuse to 'protect and serve' a citizen (or all citizens) at their discretion, and the affected citizen[s] has[have] no ground for redress.

    They are not there to protect us from each other, from them, or from government. They are there to insist on compliance by us with edicts issued by them or the government.

    Anyone who claims that police exist to protect the demos is a fool or a charlatan; never neither.


    “Protect and serve” is a marketing slogan, and literally nothing more: it has the truth value of "Up to 40% off" or "Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles".

    Replies: @Kratoklastes, @Diversity Inclusion Equality Youth Team, @The Alarmist

    “They are not there to protect us from each other, from them, or from government. They are there to insist on compliance by us with edicts issued by them or the government.”

    In addition, not only compliance enforcement, but the protection of the government from us. The shield keeping the ruling classes safe from the riff-raff.
    It’s surprising and telling how our current political class disrespect the thin blue line, which is ultimately what keeps their very heads off of the pikes which mobs might yield.

    Words is hard, y’all…

  25. @Kratoklastes
    @The Alarmist

    The 'No Duty of Care' doctrine for state goons dates from well before Warren; it was first pronounced in South v. Maryland, 59 U.S. 396 (1855) in which any putative duty of care was narrowly defined (and was not in any sense a general duty of care to the citizenry-at-large).

    Long story short: South v. Maryland says that a state goon can fail or refuse to 'protect and serve' a citizen (or all citizens) at their discretion, and the affected citizen[s] has[have] no ground for redress.

    They are not there to protect us from each other, from them, or from government. They are there to insist on compliance by us with edicts issued by them or the government.

    Anyone who claims that police exist to protect the demos is a fool or a charlatan; never neither.


    “Protect and serve” is a marketing slogan, and literally nothing more: it has the truth value of "Up to 40% off" or "Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles".

    Replies: @Kratoklastes, @Diversity Inclusion Equality Youth Team, @The Alarmist

    The point is that the unprotected public in these hell holes owe no allegiance or obediance or money to the politicians who have left them twisting in the wind. They need to decide if they will live as free persons or serfs, and act accordingly.

    Naturally this starts with turning them out at the next election.

    Yeah, I choked on a little vomit while typing that, because every time I’ve fed my ballot into the Trusty Diebold Machine, I wonder who I really voted for.

  26. @Reg Cæsar
    @Hans


    Dog💩.
     
    Keep a civil tongue around the ladies. Such as Mrs Malkin.




    Meine englische Grammatik ist korrekt.

    Replies: @Hans

    Pick up your toys you messy child.

  27. @Reg Cæsar

    watched my friends and I
     
    Bad enough in everyday speech, but in a syndicated column? Are there no proofreaders on our side?

    Replies: @Hans, @SafeNow, @Avspatti, @MarkU

    Here in England (UK) ‘My friends and I’ is considered correct.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @MarkU


    Here in England (UK) ‘My friends and I’ is considered correct.
     
    As an object?

    Don't you ever complain about American English again!
    , @Ko
    @MarkU

    Hahaha right you are

  28. @Anon
    @anonymous

    He is a hero.

    Replies: @anonymous

    How so? How many others were, in your view?

    Serious questions — I’ve never heard of him.

  29. Colorado Springs native and Benghazi Marine hero John “Tig” Tiegen, who works with the nonprofit Faith Education Commerce United, rejects such abject passivity in the face of extreme aggression. “You shouldn’t have to hide in your own house and be held against your will for fear of bodily harm or death,” he told me. He issued a call to action when he heard of the mob hijacking of Pulpit Rock. A large group of his friends joined him to defend and protect the homeowners from direct assault: “We were definitely a force and the neighbors were glad we were there.”

    Just on probabilities it will come to shooting. The police have official instructions to do nothing (in fact endorse the mob) so local groups like this are very useful.
    They can provide real security to their community, and they can improve it with equipment and training. Also, why don’t the local community develop their ability to provide all those other services (healthcare/education/media/banking/judiciary etc.) and break free from the Washington slime trail.

  30. @MarkU
    @Reg Cæsar

    Here in England (UK) 'My friends and I' is considered correct.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Ko

    Here in England (UK) ‘My friends and I’ is considered correct.

    As an object?

    Don’t you ever complain about American English again!

  31. @MarkU
    @Reg Cæsar

    Here in England (UK) 'My friends and I' is considered correct.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Ko

    Hahaha right you are

  32. I’m in a middle class neighborhood populated by lots of gun-owning Whites and Hispanics, all of whom work, send their kids to school, fill the churches and unlike blacks, get their kids off the street at dinnertime. Hispanics get a pass on it, but man, they have ZERO use for the occasional somali passing through, they challenge them on the street. and tell them to find another way besides our street or else. These asswipes will get mopped up by the ENTIRE neighborhood if they turn up here. It’s a beautiful thing…

  33. @Svevlad
    I sense chetnik diaspora death squads very soon. Will definitely work with Mexicans if they choose to not support the anarchoids

    Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome

    Real operatives are hiding amongst the soy antifa mobs so they can do reconnaissance of their future targets. They get to personally snoop around the target’s neighborhood and see what he looks like and dresses like when he’s home at night. Lay of the land, neighbors, and things like dogs etc to learn about.

    They can hide in the mob behind the mandatory Wu-Fiu masks.

  34. Anecdotal I’m sure but in the early days of the internet a chap wrote in that he phoned up 911 to report that several people had broken into his detached garage and were in the process of burglarising it.

    The dispatcher responded that no units were available and counseled him to stay indoors, do not confront them and as best as possible to try to identify the perps.

    About five minutes later he phones back with the same identifiers and said that he wishes to report that he shot two burglars dead and presumes the third to be wounded and requests police presence and an ambulance.

    Within a few minutes four cruisers and an ambulance show up lights, sirens and all, rush into the garage and arrest three startled punks.

    The irate officer in charge walks up to the man and berates him for lying about the situation. He responds ” and your side lied about there being no units being available”.

    Maybe these days the story would have ended differently probably with the homeowner being forced to the ground and cuffed just for the humiliation he caused. Or maybe charged with a hate crime if the punks were “teens” (common term to avoid identifying a persuasion).

    I remember ” To Serve And Protect” on the front fender of every cruiser. Then that disappeared along with the sentiment I might add. Maybe ” Working Toward A Pension, Nothing More, Nothing Less” wouldn’t fit with the cruisers getting smaller and all.

    Cheers-

    • Agree: anarchyst
  35. Tim Fool exaggerates but this is funny. Why try to save NY? NYers despise flyover people.


  36. Depends on where/how rural and how well “grouped-up”/gunned/trained ya be. Military tactics 101 seems to get more “relevant” daily. There are the Soros chump-change antiFARTS/Burning Looting Malcontents”, the doofus unprepared/desperate/zombie “urbies” and the “ones of consequence” – the “fast and furious” gov-armed roving gangs.

  37. There’s at least 5.000.000.000 poor creatures to go before “they’re” coming home to roost

    The real world is the one we’re not living we’re just creating hell for everyone else one pseudo disaster to the next

  38. The Silent generation doesn’t understand the concept of

    PHOTOSHOP!

    Obviously

  39. @zimriel
    @omegabooks

    So what? Islam is bad and not of the West. Not as bad as #woke but bad.
    And spare us your own #wokery with your "-phobia" cant. You're at Unz.

    Replies: @Sya Beerens

    Bolshevism is bad and not of the Middle East, so what?

    • Replies: @zimriel
    @Sya Beerens

    I am unconcerned with the Middle East since the Middle Eastern country in which I lived - Algeria - threw out my family.
    But this is America. I am concerned with the #woke cult and with the Muhammadan cult. I don't pander to either. It is a shame some commenters here feel otherwise and aren't helping.

  40. So the cops won’t defend the people’s homes, yet the people rally to…..defend a cops house?

  41. @anonymous
    Keep an eye on Mrs. Malkin.

    Benghazi Marine hero
     
    She's an unrepentant Neocon.

    Replies: @omegabooks, @Anon, @Anon

    You’ve got a point, still consider her a positive overall.

  42. @Sya Beerens
    @zimriel

    Bolshevism is bad and not of the Middle East, so what?

    Replies: @zimriel

    I am unconcerned with the Middle East since the Middle Eastern country in which I lived – Algeria – threw out my family.
    But this is America. I am concerned with the #woke cult and with the Muhammadan cult. I don’t pander to either. It is a shame some commenters here feel otherwise and aren’t helping.

  43. I wanna congratulate Michelle on a great debut show on Newsmax last Saturday, 8-8-20. Her monologue was red hot and makes Tucker Carlson look like a mushy moderate.

    Everyone should try to catch her show.

  44. Facebook will not allow me to share this because “community standards”.

  45. I had the same experience.

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