User Profile: Lord_Frostwind

Lord_Frostwind

Member Since: November 30, 2010

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  • April 15, 2014 at 11:53pm

    The problem with setting a forest fire, you always think you have it under control until that horrifying moment you realize that you do not. The elitists are trying to force the militias to respond, but I don’t think they are as prepared to handle an insurgency as they think. The community organizers are good at setting fires, not so good at putting them out.

  • April 15, 2014 at 10:09pm

    I can see where a lot of the people on this board are coming from, we are going to be cast as the people who threw the first stone regardless of what the truth is. Basically it is a game where the other team will play dirty and the refs will foul out your players even when you have done nothing. The temptation is if you are going to be fouled out, you might as well make sure it was worth it (I don’t know what the equivalent of checking an opposing player so hard they see stars is in this case, I’ll leave that to your imagination).

    It is a strong temptation, and a strategy that can cut both direction if you play the cards right, making people disbelieve the people who write the pieces about how extreme our views are, or by forcing the people on the left to act so overtly to get a response that there is no possible way to ignore it. Glenn actually does have some great wisdom when it comes to those things, he knows the people driving this strategy are getting impatient and are taking grander actions to elicit a response.

    Still, having a plan and having the patience to remain committed to that plan are very different problems.

  • April 15, 2014 at 3:51pm

    Rest easy, most the people I know have no intention of taking the first action, nor do I. But I’ve read enough history to know how these people act, and if that day comes, I will not stand idly by while that nightmare unfolds.

    Hope, pray and work for peace. Prepare for war.

  • April 15, 2014 at 3:44pm

    He might be a law breaker Delong, but that doesn’t make how the BLM acted right by default. There was a much better way to handle that situation instead of charging in like Seal Team 6.

  • April 14, 2014 at 7:19pm

    I think they tried that last week and discovered they were outnumbered, and outgunned. How they act in “small insurrections” could lead to a much bigger one.

  • April 14, 2014 at 3:56pm

    Land disputes are a touchy subject out West, Nevada is about 80% owned by the Feds and other states around them are about the same. People in those regions are tired about having to beg the government to do anything with the land, which considering how wonderful the EPA and BLM are known for being, has proven to be quite a hardship.

    Then you have those agencies go flying off the rails and making a poor attempt at a show of force. I don’t blame the officers, I blame whatever fool it was that thought bringing in that many armed agents and equipment wouldn’t stir some bad memories of Waco and Ruby Ridge.

    We’re sitting at the edge of a rebellion, the last thing we need is some bureaucrat thinking he’s Machiavelli and taking it out on a pretty minor case in the grand scheme of government responsibilities.

  • April 14, 2014 at 3:49pm

    Yeah and the Feds just decided to antagonize the whole lot of them. You’d almost think they were trying to start a fight with how they acted here, I think they (the feds) realized they may have bit off more than they can chew. We’re at the edge of a revolt, the last thing we need is to have another Ruby Ridge to rally all those people who dislike the government.

  • April 14, 2014 at 3:42pm

    Don’t hold your breath, I’ve been saying the same thing about illegals and all I ever hear back is “how I should be kind to people just trying to survive.” Funny that liberals care so much more about illegals, but when it is their own citizens they send out a platoon strength force of police.

  • April 10, 2014 at 2:03pm

    That was hysterical, until I realized that some “scientist” who gets paid by the UN several hundred thousand dollars a year will say exactly the same thing, and be totally serious. Why did we decide to let the lunatics run the asylum?

  • April 10, 2014 at 12:51pm

    It is pretty funny, until the other guy tries to kill him over that, then the humor over one guy being a nut kind of disappears. Have to admit, a lot of crazy finds its way to Florida, a lot of people go there to get lost.

  • April 5, 2014 at 8:08pm

    I’m just waiting for the gang warfare between these groups resumes after all they hate each other only slightly less than they hate us and when we’re gone it won’t take long for them to go back to tearing each other apart. It’s going to be an ugly day across the leftist frutopia.

  • April 5, 2014 at 8:05pm

    Problem with mafias is that the breed a lot of false confidence, and people have a lot longer memory than most give them credit for. A kind word or action does get you a lot farther than trying to step on all the “bugs” because those bugs don’t always stay small.

    When 85% of the world doesn’t care for you, your aim should be making friends, not enraging the people who could very well hold your life in their hands. It’s a lesson that they taught me about being a police officer.

  • March 31, 2014 at 7:36pm

    Yeah nothing to be scarred of a “fort hood style ‘struggle’”… Oh wait that actually is pretty clear.

    And he even has the same last name as the last military islamocrackpot.

  • March 29, 2014 at 4:08am

    Oh crud, Maher actually made a point I agree with. Bizarro Maher must have imprisoned the real one again.

    Sorry I jest, even I admit that someone who I absolutely detest can be right on some thing, and usually when those things happen I really pay attention because it is rare. And seriously that “we talk differently to eachother” defense is a load, that rule only applies with family and friends.

  • March 29, 2014 at 12:14am

    Yeah but the Progs won’t hold power forever. Suppose that same thing that is happening in Europe takes place here, they have to start mass importing immigrants to make up for the fact they don’t have kids and they don’t much care for the progressive protected ethnic groups. Then there will be nothing to protect them in the legal system, Stare Decisis cuts both directions.

  • March 29, 2014 at 12:10am

    It goes both directions, the employer can’t force religion on employees, but employees can’t force an employer to violate their religious beliefs. And since when is it your right to demand your workplace provide birth control to you? You can still get it on your own, it’s called a pharmacy, an ID and some money.

    And to your first argument, according to their beliefs you are effectively asking them to provide material support to killers. Forcing the money of their company to be used in such acts is just the icing on that particular cake.

  • March 26, 2014 at 8:37pm

    Blood relation means something because family means something, I know this a hard concept to grasp, but many people strive to leave a legacy for their children and grandchildren, I mean it only goes back several millenia as a concept. And if their parents find them undeserving, they can leave it to someone else. YOU have no right to take that decision or that legacy from them, and if you do at least admit what you are, a thief.

    As for Rockefeller, a poor man whose family was robbed blind by his father who created one of the most powerful industries in the world? Oh I’m sure the social conservatives had so much to do with his rise, it was only Standard Oil we’re talking about.

  • March 26, 2014 at 3:44pm

    The inheritors are more entitled to it than all the mewling fools who don’t have at least a blood relation to the people they are demanding money from. And as to the “equality of wealth required for equality of opportunity,” then please explain to me John D. Rockefeller and all the other people who have risen to greatness from poverty. There are ways to achieve greatness, what people need to realize is the difficulty and work required, and robbing others in order to equalize that system will not work.

  • March 26, 2014 at 3:13pm

    Trust me, the commies and socialists have been much worse than capitalist backroom dealers. Look at the time of the New Deal, and just how many industries got in deep with the government. More recently, the efforts to build “equality” by the Obama admin. has led to greatest boom of lobbyists, especially in the area of Obamacare. The supposed cure for inequality seems to make it worse, no?

    By “your actions” I am referring to efforts by leftist and socialist governments across the planet. My personal favorite being Venezuela and the nationalization of the oil industry which the government and people in their infinite wisdom have absolutely run into the ground. The parallel between Shrugged and real life incidents could only have been more appropriate if it had been the railroad or steel industry.

  • March 26, 2014 at 3:05pm

    Oh no, not another book I’m going to see a bunch of self proclaimed intellectuals telling about “how much it has enlightened them.” No, it’s just another person saying what all the other ivory tower fools have been saying, in about a hundred different books. The fact that their ideas don’t work doesn’t seem to ever reach the ears of these deep thinkers, if it does it must fall on deaf ears.

    And if you ever think of making some dekulakization brigades (fun part of history, look it up sometime) make sure they are well armed, I’m going to take a few of them with me.