User Profile: BlueStrat


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  • [120] September 18, 2014 at 11:16am

    I wouldn’t go for any strolls through any parks, seeing as how Killary is mixed up in this.

    I’d choose to drive a 1970s-era vehicle without any computer systems as well.

    Far too many of the Clinton’s enemies (and even some supposed “friends) have mysteriously turned up dead at extremely convenient times for the Clintons.

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  • [13] September 18, 2014 at 11:00am

    The best thing I can think of is to sit your kids down and teach them that if CPS or other people from the government try to talk to them and ask them questions without Mom and/or Dad there, to demand a lawyer before making any statements, no matter what the government people say to them or threaten them with. Teach them that it’s proper to demand their Constitutional Rights and to stick with the demands no matter what they are told by “authority” figures.

    It’s already court-decided legal precedent resulting from 1st & 4th Amendment cases dealing with minors in public school relating to free speech and searches, that minor children have all the Constitutional Rights of an adult. A position which the Progs themselves pushed at the time.

    Fine! Hoist them by their own petard! (Besides, it’s sooo deliciously-satisfying to watch them sputter in rage & frustration when their own hard-fought-for laws and legal precedents are thrown back in their faces!)

    If the child demands legal counsel, they’d better dang well get it, or that agency is going to be out a large sum of money and the individuals in charge possibly charged criminally under Federal civil rights laws!

    Teach them how to respond just like you would on how to respond to other dangers like deviants, molesters, and potential kidnappers.

    Government = “Bad touch”

  • [27] September 2, 2014 at 8:42am

    If they actually succeed in raising the government-mandated minimum wage, what they’ll end up with are-

    Automated fast-food Kiosks.

    And the Chinese will make them.

    They are already testing designs for the US market. I believe Japan, S. Korea, and possibly other Asian nations already have automated food kiosks in many cities.

    A fast-food job does not generate enough value to justify a level of compensation that even just an an individual, never mind a family, could live on.

    Could this move actually be a way to suppress/shut down the fast food industry and many other small businesses who depend on entry-level lower-wage workers?

    Much easier to stir up unrest and provoke violence among large numbers of unemployed and scared people. That is, if you wanted to, say, create a reason to declare a national emergency and state of martial law or similar “temporary” suspensions of civil rights and due process.

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  • [10] August 25, 2014 at 6:42pm

    “Take him too Detroit!”


  • [24] August 25, 2014 at 6:31pm

    Coming up next, Bozo The Clown will expound on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and how Jews and Muslims should think.

    I guess all that money and privilege must blind people from seeing their own ignorance & idiocy.

  • [14] August 18, 2014 at 12:37pm

    “However, the group canceled the event after warnings that residents would bring their own weapons to the event if Open Carry appeared.”
    Was that a threat of armed violence? Let them come! Let them show their true colors.

    It’s a sure bet that any of SJL’s peeps that actually have the ****** to show up wouldn’t be able to hit the side of a barn from the inside, whereas I can guarantee the open-carry people can hit what they aim at.

    If you open-carry advocates back down and turn tail now, you might as well stop off at the gun store and sell all your firearms on the way home. They will have won.

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  • [24] August 18, 2014 at 12:25pm

    Has nobody considered the possibility of mounting a counter-protest to block these idiots from interfering with the unloading>

    If I were able, I’d be at one of these ports ahead of these idiots and be waiting for them. Is there nobody either able or WILLING to stand up to these anti-semitic haters?

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  • [4] August 13, 2014 at 8:27am

    Well, LEOs would be even safer if they always dressed out for combat and patrolled in MRAPs and similar military vehicles. Let’s add checkpoints and travel permits while we’re at it.

    As I stated above, the civil rights riots of 1968 make this look like a schoolyard argument, and it was handled by police without all this military hardware.

    Honestly, if it were me out there, I’d just call in an airstrike before I rolled in in an Abrams carrying all the firepower and armor I could carry. That’s one of the reasons I’m not and should not be a police officer.

    Being a police officer means you agree to place yourself at risk of life and limb, and that you do not have the freedom to go full-combat-equipped.

    If you cannot enforce the law and maintain the peace with the tools of a police officer, you won’t be able to do it with the tools of a soldier.

    If you feel like you cannot fulfill the role of a police officer and/or refuse to expose yourself to the risks inherent in a non-militarized police force, then please stay the H311 away from law enforcement. You’re a danger to yourself, your fellow officers, and the general public. Not to mention contributing to the transformation of the US to a full police state and the destruction of Constitutional rights.

    By the way, those weapons are not “AR”s, those are modified M4s, a military infantry weapon capable of fully-automatic burst fire that is forbidden for the general public to possess. I’d prefer they used ARs.

  • [2] August 12, 2014 at 10:37pm


    **Military weaponry and armored vehicles, along with other military assets like armed military combat helicopters and multiple-casualty battlefield weapons like anti-personnel grenades, etc. are *military* weapons designed to kill & destroy foreign enemies of the US, not enforce US domestic law.**

    Sorry, dunno how that bit at the end went missing!

  • [13] August 12, 2014 at 10:31pm

    @ Wild

    Protective gear is fine.

    Military weaponry and armored vehicles, along with other military assets like armed military combat helicopters and multiple-casualty battlefield weapons like anti-personnel grenades, etc.

    Title 18 US Code 1385 (also known as the Posse Comitatus Act) prohibits the use of the military for domestic enforcement. Turning the existing police into part of the US military by arming & equipping police to military occupation/domestic suppression levels is just as wrong as deploying the US Army/AF/Marines for law enforcement.

    I was around for the 1968 civil rights riots. They were bad in Detroit, far far *far* worse than this little dust-up. There were more people with guns back then as well, and far more fully-auto military weapons in regular people’s possession. The police used water cannons, tear-gas, billy clubs, MACE, and either a .38SP revolver or 12ga pump shotgun.

    No armored vehicles, pintel-mounted heavy machine guns, or multiple-casualty weapons.

    If you are unable to uphold the law with the tools of a policeman, you will be unable to do so with the tools of the warrior.

    You’ll just harm/kill more innocent people and help destroy a nation on your way to failing to do the very thing you try to justify military weapons for in the first place.

  • [1] July 1, 2014 at 4:46pm

    I used to work for Harris Corp. I bet I could build something with the Stingray’s capabilities for a couple hundred dollars. Maybe I should build them and give them away for use by citizens against corrupt & criminal LEAs, TLAs, and government bureaucrats/politicians.

    Like the story of the Panopticon, make the power universal and available to everyone.

  • June 17, 2014 at 9:59am

    “Please tell me since when do we have to raise awareness about the most important founding document in the creation of this country?”

    Since a large portion of the population has forgotten or never learned about it in any detail. Just like people on the street can’t tell you who any of their representatives names are, or even who the VPOTUS is.

    That’s the reality. Now we have to deal with it. You don’t educate and convince with armed confrontations, fear, and vitriol when none of that is necessary.

    “Why is the default to challenge the person exercising their rights and not the persons ignorant of those rights?”

    Because, sadly, the people ignorant of their and other’s rights vastly outnumber those who do know and understand. How do you think the US has gotten to the sorry state it’s in now? That’s why the education is necessary. Decades of anti-gun and anti-Constitutional/civil rights propaganda and indoctrination must be undone.

  • [-1] June 17, 2014 at 9:39am

    I live in the Kalamazoo area. First, let me say that I’m pleasantly surprised that KPS handled this guy without shooting him and they deserve some kudos for that. It would have turned out much more tragically in a lot of other places.

    Second, *IF* the story details about what he was saying about violence & revolution are accurate, then this was a prime example of how NOT to exercise your open-carry Second Amendment rights. You’re not supposed to be there to force confrontation and escalate tensions.

    He should have had and kept the rifle slung at his back from the instant he walked outside with it. When officers contacted him, he should have smiled and greeted them, and calmly explained his purpose in exercising his rights peacefully and lawfully. Under those conditions, the officers may have not even asked him to disarm, seeing he was calm, rational, reasonable, and cognizant of the laws and his responsibilities.

    Those criticizing the man for carrying a rifle instead of a pistol forget that not everybody can afford both, and that may be the only firearm he owns. Does he lose his ability to exercise his rights because he can’t afford a second firearm (pistol) in order to quell hoplophobes and power hungry police/government bureaucrats and politicians? What about areas where open-carry is only allowed for long guns and not pistols?

    NRA and others need to start running regional and national educational PSAs about the Second Amendment and open/concealed-carry.

  • June 14, 2014 at 6:14am

    You could probably join a hair-metal band as a drummer, however!

    Silver linings, always silver linings! ;)

    (btw, that’s ‘twirl” not “swirl”. The story/editors got it wrong, so not your bad)

  • June 13, 2014 at 2:01pm

    One can infer distance from a transmitter by the determining the time it takes for a signal to make the trip.

    Therefor, it should be trivial to design a phone app that does this measurement and tells you if the cell tower you’re using is 2 miles away, 1 mile away, or within a few hundred yards, and any sudden changes in cell-tower distance.

    This distance data would provide a very strong indicator on whether or not your phone has been “captured” by a Stingray device. It would also be nearly impossible for this data to be faked, as it’s based on basic physics (the time it takes for radio signals to cover a set distance).

    Note: I used to work for Harris Corp.

  • June 4, 2014 at 8:22am

    Right after Obumbler and his entire re-election fund-raising operation for all those tens of millions in bundled foreign campaign donations.

    And all those in the Dept. of (In)Justice and the Federal Election (corruption) Commission who refuse to investigate or prosecute such blatantly illegal and immoral acts for purely partisan political motives.

    After all that changes, maybe we’ll talk about Dinesh.

  • [8] June 2, 2014 at 12:36pm

    Here’s an idea.

    Power companies: Achieve the 30% reduction in large part by cutting power to US Federal buildings and facilities. Force EPA and other Federal agencies/depts/etc workers back to using pencil & paper by candlelight.

    Another way is for power companies to publicly announce that due to Obama’s decree from on-high, there will be no electricity available at all for one-third of the year, and ask Obama publicly which 4 months out of the year he would prefer to have the blackouts in.

  • [2] May 31, 2014 at 4:09pm

    @ Ero_Senin

    “These guys hurt our cause more than they help it.”

    Sure, you have the right to free speech, but openly stating conservative views in public disturbs and frightens many people. It’s best to keep such speech concealed. Openly stating conservative beliefs causes more harm than keeping ones’ conservative views to oneself in public.

    Sure, you have the right to freedom of religion, but openly espousing Christian beliefs harms the Christian religion and alarms people.

    See the problem with your 2A position yet?

  • [3] May 26, 2014 at 8:47pm

    This Pope is nothing but a political apparatchik and an insult to Jesus and Christianity.

    The Roman Catholic Church?

    It’s dead, Jim.

    It’s been co-opted by Satan.

  • May 12, 2014 at 10:28pm

    @ Chronic

    If you tell them, that pretty much defeats the whole point of recording them in the first place. They will then simply make sure that any violations of your civil rights are hidden from the camera and/or out of earshot of the audio recording device.

    Or, they’ll simply take your phone/camera and dispose of it, and claim you had no such device in your possession when you were arrested/detained/beaten/killed.

    That’s just as logical as cops at a stake-out being required to notify the subject(s) under surveillance of their presence.

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