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Hitler was a liberal.

Posted in Brown Shirts on January 7, 2011 by spikestl

In the conservative arsenal against liberal smugness, complacency, and general disgustingness, this is the equivalent of the daisy cutter bomb: devastating and unanswerable because it’s true.
Hitler was a National Socialist.
This means liberals, who are socialists in all but name,
are Nazis.
Should they question this—as they will—refer them to Jonah Goldberg’s indispensible Liberal Fascism, in which all is explained: the red in the Nazi flag represents communism; the person largely responsible for the common misconception that Nazism was a movement of the political right was Joseph Stalin—who wanted to hide the embarrassing truth of just how close it was to Soviet communism; the Nazis were no bigger on free enterprise and liberty than the Obama administration is.

From the best selling book by James Delingpole, 365 Ways to Drive a Liberal Crazy.

What makes these people “know what’s best for us”

Posted in Brown Shirts, Clowerd and Piven "collapse the system", FAIL, Hate on December 11, 2010 by spikestl


This one will nauseate you. I couldn’t figure out whether I was infuriated at these tools, or just ashamed for them, their performance was so revoltingly bad. Either way, my day was just ruined. Here student activistas of the Left engage in a flash mob at a grocery store that sells Israeli products. It’s called the Philly BDS (boycott, divest, sanction). They are trying to turn Israel into a pariah state, and they are succeeding. Here’s how you can respond to this nonsense– buy Israeli from time to time.

“This is why the People have Thrown You Out”

Posted in Brown Shirts, politics with tags , on November 30, 2010 by spikestl


Here is video of Republican Rep. Steve Buyer reading acting House Speaker (Dem Rep. Laura Richardson) the riot act over the power games she was playing by refusing to recognize him to speak even though there was no one else even there to object to him being recognized. As she continued to deny him the right to speak, Buyer even said to her, “This is why the American People have thrown you out of power.”

The REAL agenda behind Prop “B”

Posted in Brown Shirts, politics with tags , on October 28, 2010 by spikestl

There are two types of people in this world, those who make decisions based in logic and those based in emotion.
Prop. B is written just for those who make decisions with their emotions.
Proposition B, the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act, just the name makes me feel better, I am definitely against puppy Cruelty, aren’t you?
That’s why Missouri has laws against Cruelty to any animals, and laws against puppy mills.
The lack of effective enforcement of current laws is what allows puppy mills to thrive in Missouri.
Proposition B does not provide for funding and does not mandate more inspectors.
Proposition B limits the number of breeding dogs a person or entity can own to 50. This is arbitrary, three dogs can be neglected or abused as easily as 300.

Veterinarian Jim Foster Says, “There is a line in the legislation that everyone should pay close attention to, and that is line number nine.”
Line number nine of the proposition defines a pet as “any domesticated animal normally maintained in or near the household of the owner thereof.”
As Foster said, it’s not uncommon for folks in rural areas to keep cattle animals close to their homes.

As a person who uses logic to make my decisions in life, I believe Information is the most Important resource.
So, here is the Info I have found Against Prop “B”

letter from
John R. Stoltz, DVM, Veterinary Clinic Owner, President of the Board of Franklin County Humane Society

Story and video from KOMU chanel 8

KMOX mark reardon show with DR.Jim Foster

Bill O’Reilly’s Talking Points: National Public Radio – 10/21/10

Posted in Brown Shirts, FAIL, politics with tags , on October 21, 2010 by spikestl

What’s wrong with PROP “B”?

Posted in Brown Shirts, Liberty, politics with tags on October 20, 2010 by spikestl

The devil is in the details.

By Mindy Patterson

Have you ever wondered why politicians come up with great-sounding titles for proposed legislation that sounds too good to be true? It is always some clever title that, in most cases, masks what’s really in the bill.

Accordingly, voters easily can fall prey to the “devil” in the details. Missouri Proposition B is a dramatic example of this with its very provocative title, “The Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act.” Unfortunately, when you read the details of Proposition B, you realize that there is nothing in the bill to stop “puppy cruelty” or increase enforcement of the laws.

The proponents of Proposition B, especially the sponsor, the Humane Society of the United States, are counting on you, the voter, to stay uninformed and “just take their word for it” and blindly support Proposition B. Who in his right mind wouldn’t vote for a measure claiming to prevent puppy mill cruelty?

But the Animal Care Facilities Act passed in 1992 already regulates dog breeders. These tough regulations are enforced by the Missouri Department of Agriculture. The U.S. Department of Agriculture already requires licensed dog breeders to provide animals with proper care and adequate food, water, shelter, veterinary care and an exercise plan. Under current Missouri law, animal cruelty and animal abuse are illegal.

So, what will Proposition B accomplish that current laws cannot? Therein lies the deception. Proposition B will not increase enforcement to target the unlicensed illegal breeders operating substandard kennels in Missouri. Those operations will continue to operate should Proposition B pass on Nov. 2.

Proposition B is designed to over-regulate Missouri’s licensed, law-abiding kennels — over-regulate them out of business — while increasing the state Department of Agriculture’s responsibilities. Proposition B would destroy jobs and could significantly decrease revenue to Missouri-based dog food producers, pet-supply stores, pet-product suppliers, feed stores, veterinarians, veterinarian suppliers, fencing companies, real estate companies and trucking companies.

And, it’s very likely that breeders would be forced to find homes for or euthanize their “excess” dogs as a result of Proposition B’s restriction of 50 breeding dogs. What a horrifying consequence of this unnecessary measure.

Once you pull back the curtain, the real devil here is the Humane Society of the United States, the organization behind Proposition B

Read the whole story here; StLToday

Aldus Huxley,1962… Enjoy Your Servitude.

Posted in Brown Shirts, Clowerd and Piven "collapse the system" with tags , , , , on June 19, 2010 by spikestl

Aldus Huxley gave a speech entitled The Ultimate Revolution on March 20, 1962 at the Berkeley Language Center.
He stated :
There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods. And this seems to be the final revolution.