Liberty has never come from the government. Liberty has always come from the subjects of government. The history of liberty is the history of resistance. The history of liberty is a history of the limitation of governmental power, not the increase of it.
Once, long ago, President Lincoln said that our nation must dedicate itself to the great task of ensuring that that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.
Obama, despite claiming that he seeks to emulate President Lincoln – unsurprising since Obama’s a Black – the boy has helped further and accelerate the ending of America’s government of the people, by the people, and for the people.
Recent statements and actions by the Obama Regime’s enforcement arms make that very clear.
Authorities at both the state and federal level are making preparations for massive social dislocation, with FEMA recently ordering $1 billion dollars worth of dehydrated food – a total of 420 million meals – but Americans who buy food supplies in bulk are being labeled as potential terrorists by the Obama Regime.
Well, except for Muslims of course. The FBI’s marching orders to Military Surplus stores included this wonderful little dog-whistle:
It is important to remember that just because someone’s speech, actions, beliefs, appearance, or way of life is different; it does not mean that he or she is suspicious.
That almost innocuous admonition carries a lot more weight coming from the regime that recently decided to alter all of America’s counter-terrorism training to make meet CAIR’s and ISNA’s “standards.”
Just remember, even though the government seems to be expecting large scale issues, if you’re American and White you’d best not try to stock up on basic emergency supplies, especially if you plan to pay in cash or don’t think you should have to provide ID in order to purchase non-restricted items such as MREs.
The Narcissist-in-Chief’s handlers and overseers don’t like it when you do that and they have large numbers of men with firearms and the federal courts system to enforce that dislike.
Keep your eyes open. Travel light but load heavy, and always put another round in the enemy after they’re down.
There seems to be a definite bias in the media’s portrayal of government interactions with natural disasters in America. It’s a bias that seems to have its basis on the both the race of the victims and the race of the current President of the Unite States. This is a shameful thing, but not one that anyone who is clear of thought would fail to expect. After all, the media has continued to gloat over installing America’s first Black President, Barack Obama.
The media was quick, strident and persistent in their attacks on President Bush in the wake of hurricane Katrina’s destruction of large swaths of New Orleans, LA. Their incessant diatribes painted a very negative picture of Bush’s, the federal government’s, and FEMA’s response to the situation. They made sure to vilify the US government in general and President Bush in particular – all the while providing a sympathetic venue for New Orleans’ mayor, Ray Nagin’s racism and hate speech.
Where is the media now? Why are they so silent on the latest deadly disaster to impact a segment of America?
In the likely case that you haven’t heard about it, the Midwest was hit by savage ice storms a few days ago. At least 42 people died in the storms and literally a million or more people are without power or water days after the storm has passed. It’s a total fiasco and FEMA is barely involved at all, though the Governor has deployed all his available National Guard forces to help maintain order and work to rescue people from lethal conditions. FEMA’s lack of presence in the wake of the ice storms is a cause for must anger and resentment among the population of Kentucky.
Yet where is the media in all this? There has been the same sort of ineffective response from FEMA to the Kentucky ice storms as there was to New Orleans’ hurricane, and there hasn’t even been a “heartfelt condolences” visit from President Obama – yet the media withholds its ire. Why is this different?
When “Chocolate City” – Mayor Nagin’s own words or yammerings – is devastated, anything less then full federal relief is cause for media outrage. When whole counties in Kentucky that are filled with blue-collar Whites who “cling to their God and their guns” – let’s call then “Vanilla Counties” – is laid waste, it’s a whole different (non)story apparently…
The difference seems as simple as the difference of Chocolate v. Vanilla.