“It’s… The New Civility!”

Chapter G-d only knows which, because we lost count right about when we went into 6 digits with the examples.

The liberals and their Führer Ogabe have been spoiling for some violence for quite some time now. What, with Hoffa’s “taking the sons of bitches out”, too many examples to count of Ogabe hisself telling his “army” to get in people’s faces and fight the “enemy” etc., and it looks like their constant and blatant attempts to actually incite violence (unlike, say, printing crosshairs on a map) are beginning to bear fruit:

Several influential New York state lawmakers have received threatening mails saying it is “time to kill the wealthy” if they don’t renew the state’s tax surcharge on millionaires, according to reports.

“It’s time to tax the millionaires!” reads the email, according to WTEN in Albany. “If you don’t, I’m going to pay a visit with my carbine to one of those tech companies you are so proud of and shoot every spoiled Ivy League [expletive] I can find.”

Now, normally we’d simply say that the lone nut in the above ought to be taken in for wall-to-wall-to-floor-to-door-and-back-again questioning and that’d be the end of it, we certainly wouldn’t start throwing blame around like a liberal “protester” throwing molotov cocktails or rocks at an “Occupy [Some place not to terribly far away from mom’s basement]” drum circle and assorted vandalism, but that was back before our liberal betters taught His Majesty things about causality that we’d never in our wildest, stoned-out trances of our youth thought of.

And His Imperial Highness is nothing if not willing to learn, so we’ll have to say that we see things differently now.

Since putting a crosshair on a map is, according to every liberal in the nation, the direct, proximate cause for an insane fuck who hadn’t even seen the map going out to shoot random people, then we’re willing to go out on a limb here and suggest that maybe three years of violent, open and implied threats, class warfare and assorted other “speech” from liberals may have something to do with the nutjob above suddenly wanting to go shoot people with an education and, more importantly, a job.

And if shooting them isn’t creative enough, the writer has other suggestions too:

“How hard is it for us to stake out one of the obvious access roads to some tech company, tail an employee home and toss a liquor bottle full of flaming gasoline through their nice picture window into their cute house,”

We sense some animosity against people working at tech companies here. Most likely the writer once had to wait several minutes on the phone while waiting for Apple tech support to tell him that the reason his keyboard wasn’t working was that there was a thick layer of crushed Doritos under the keys.

Or maybe a breaker had cut power to his Mac in the middle of a sixteen page screed he was getting ready to put up on the Daily Kotz. Which should be easy to fix, since the breaker box was most likely right next to him down there in mom’s basement.

But we digress…

Congrats, liberals. By your own rules, you own that cretinous gasbag now and should, heaven forbid, he actually venture out from behind mom’s washer/dryer and follow through on any of his threats, then you own that too.

Hey, we didn’t make up the New Civility Rule Book. You did.

You’d best catch the little fuck before he comes back to bite you in the arses.



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    LC Jackboot IC/A growls and barks:

    Lone nut or someone looking to have eeevil reich wingers blamed for threats of violence. They’re so upset that the revolution is starting, they’ll use violence to stop it. Nevermind how much they would have to spin it though, but tis easier with a media willing to memory-hole the facts.

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    LC FX Phillips growls and barks:

    So where’s the outrage?

    Apparently when leftist shitheels shout down former civil rights “icons” the shouted down phony doesn’t make up fantasy stories about being called “nigger” and being spat upon

    But it’s all good when the goal is to demonize and expropriate the property of those who work to give to those who demand a free ride.

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    Igor, Imperial Booby growls and barks:

    LC FX Phillips @ #2:
    “This is Marxist more Stalin like. Your movement, you’re just riff-raff. You’re an organized mob.”

    Money quote. I would add, “of useful idiots!” to the end of the sentence, but otherwise it’s pretty close to reality.

    Maybe a squad of soap wielding ninjas could infiltrate the mobs – THAT’d make ’em disperse…….

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    FrankOK growls and barks:

    These “occupations” seem to be practice sessions re: what to begin when the Lawn Jockey in Chief loses (hopefully) his reelection bid.

    I say hopefully because I’m no seer and can’t foretell what stupid people in large numbers will do or how the vote will be divided amongst shit like Nader (Mr. Corvair) and whoever else jumps into the fray, attempting to satisfy their egos.

    Buy lots of ammo and wait for it to come down – methinks the lefties are attempting to regrow the balls of their people after our government spent the time after WWII desperately trying to breed them off of the American Citizens.

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    LC Light29ID growls and barks:

    In case anyone is interested here’s a liveleak to a webcam down there. If this is a dress rehearsal for “the revolution” then they are a definite NO GO at that station.


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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    Calif. gov. enacts ban on open handgun carrying

    Published – Oct 10 2011 05:30AM EST

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Gov. Jerry Brown’s says he has signed a measure that bans the open carrying of handguns in California.

    The law, AB144, makes it a misdemeanor to carry an exposed and unloaded gun in a public place.

    The governor’s office made the announcement in a statement early Monday morning. Brown has been rushing to sign dozens of measures sent to him by lawmakers.

    Top California law enforcement officials supported the legislation.

    The Los Angeles Times reports that Brown said he had “listened to the police chiefs.”

    Supporters say the only person who knows whether the gun is loaded is the person carrying the gun. Opponents say the bill is one of many assaults on the public’s Second Amendment rights.

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    LC Draco growls and barks:

    I like the Molotov cocktail comment. Unless you have been trained and done rehearsals with them, most amateurs end up burning themselves up!!!

    And BTW, I prefer the napalm version. (Not gonna post MY recipe!) Just a personal preference. :em01:

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    LC Light29ID growls and barks:

    LC Draco @ #:

    (Not gonna post MY recipe!)

    Draco I’m always looking for new recipes, puuuttttrry please?

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    BigDogg growls and barks:

    For a very long time, I hoped and expected that we – as a nation – would be able to sort out our differences and set things on the right track, civilly. At some point, however, the painful realization set in that our nation was invaded long ago, and that the invasion has been a very slow, long and subtle process – but an invasion nonetheless. All enemies, foreign and domestic, are now one in the same. Once foreign enemies exploited our societal tolerance, patience and weaknesses to hide themselves as domestics and infest our institutions. We now share our nation, our system, and our ballot-boxes with those who seek to destroy our way of life. We are two diametrically opposed peoples, with two incompatible worldviews, living under the same flag.

    The inevitable outcome is that one must extinguish the other, or else be extinguished.

    The sooner that we all accept and come to terms with that reality, the sooner we can begin doing what must be done.

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    LC HJ Caveman82952 growls and barks:

    If it comes to that BigDogg, I believe we will prevail.

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    LC Fei Long growls and barks:

    Speaking of “the new civility”, FRED! posted this to his Facebook page about half an hour ago:

    Comedian Bill Maher said of the Republican party, “denying racism is the new racism.”

    And apparently, not being funny is the new comedy.

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    And Obama is right at the head of the pack.

    Obama Admin Offers condolences to Khan family for killing al-Qaeda traitor Samir Khan

    Has Obama reached out to the Goebbels family yet? Obama State Dept offers condolences to Khan family for killing al-Qaeda traitor Samir Khan (Jihadwatch)

    An official from the U.S. State Department has called the Charlotte family of al-Qaida propagandist Samir Khan to offer the government’s condolences on his death in a U.S. drone attack last week in Yemen, according to a family spokesman.

    “They were very apologetic (for not calling the family sooner) and offered condolences,” Jibril Hough said about the Thursday call from the State Department to Khan’s father, Zafar.

    Khan authored a radical blog while he lived in Charlotte – one his father, Hough and others unsuccessfully tried to persuade him to abandon. Then, in 2009, Khan moved to Yemen to produce al-Qaida’s “Inspire,” an English-language online magazine. In one early edition, Khan said he was “proud to be a traitor to America.”

    One of his articles was titled “How to Build a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom.”… Did Obume ever call one Israeli to offer codolences over terrorist attacks? How about the family of a 9-month shot in the head? Or the relativies of the whole family who were murdered in their beds?

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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    o/t but..
    Iraq threatens to break military links with US

    By Camilla Hall in Abu Dhabi and Anna Fifield in Washington

    Baghdad is threatening to break its military relations with Washington at the end of this year and use private contractors to train its armed forces, as the two sides struggle to agree on terms that would see a small number of American troops remain in Iraq next year.

    The two sides have agreed in principle that several thousand US troops should stay in Iraq in a training capacity after the official end of the American mission at the end of the year, but they have become bogged down over whether to grant US troops immunity from prosecution if they commit crimes.

    The Iraqi government was already training pilots with Lockheed Martin, from which Iraq recently bought F-16 jets, Ali al-Dabbagh, Iraqi government spokesman, said on Monday.

    “When we buy [military] equipment, there’s a possibility that …training could go ahead” on “commercial” terms, he said in an interview at a World Economic Forum event in Abu Dhabi.

    However, commercial training is unlikely to replicate the scale of what the US could offer. Iraqi and US officials have been locked in talks for months over the shape and size of a continued presence after the current mission ends on December 31.

    A number of Iraq’s political blocs agreed last week to US troops remaining in a training role beyond the end of this year on the premise that they would not be granted immunity from Iraqi law.

    “We are ready to discuss the options available without immunity and a different definition for the trainers,” Mr Dabbagh said.

    But immunity from prosecution under local law is part of all US “status of forces agreements” (Sofa) with host countries, including Japan, South Korea, Germany and Iraq.

    The pacts stipulate that local courts cannot try US military personnel, including for premeditated crimes committed by off-duty forces. This has proved controversial in many host countries, including Japan, where US soldiers have been accused of rape on the island of Okinawa.

    The Pentagon said it was considering the Iraqi statements. “We are in the process of discussing these matters with the Iraqi government,” said George Little, the Pentagon spokesman. “As a general principle, US service members serving overseas require appropriate legal protections.”

    Both sides want the US to retain a residual training force in Iraq but the details have proved thorny, not least because Iraqi politicians do not want to appear to be encouraging a continued “occupation”. A new Sofa must be approved by Iraq’s parliament.

    A US official played down the recent posturing, saying that it appeared to be for domestic purposes.

    “We understand that the immunities issue is a sensitive issue in Iraq, so it’s highly likely that Iraqi officials are taking a hard public stand on it while negotiations are underway,” he said.

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    Lc ORWN engine builder for Rottie Racing growls and barks:

    BigDogg says:

    The inevitable outcome is that one must extinguish the other, or else be extinguished.

    And you know on which side you , me ,and the the rest of The Rotties stand.

    The side that has been hording ammo

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    LC Proud Infidel growls and barks:

    According to leftist philosophy, NONE of that should be happening. First of all, this is the left, the self-proclaimed “people of tolerance and understanding”. Second, NY State has extra-strict gun control laws, and that alone is supposed to prevent any and all gun crime, at least according to liberals. Nooh Yawk is run by liberals, and that’s supposed to result in a utopia as well. Could it just be that most liberals couldn’t even lead a diarrhetic goose to take a shit? The more that real working people see of these fucked up fleabags, the more they and their side is gonna be rejected next year!

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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    If it weren’t for “double standards” the left wouldn’t have any standards at all.

    I think the left considers that “multi-tasking.” 😉

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    Virago growls and barks:

    from ReaderJP

    And Obama is right at the head of the pack.

    Obama Admin Offers condolences to Khan family for killing al-Qaeda traitor Samir Khan

    Has Obama reached out to the Goebbels family yet? Obama State Dept offers condolences to Khan family for killing al-Qaeda traitor Samir Khan (Jihadwatch)

    No but Obama tried to reach out to Japan (remember that famous bow picture) to apologize for WWII.
    This came out courtesy of WikiLeaks. I just read it today. My grandfather would be rolling over in this grave.
    I don’t have the words to express how vile I find this pResident. Japan refused his offer.


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    Virago says:

    I don’t have the words to express how vile I find this pResident.

    Fear not, we feel the same way.