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There is a big push going on to disarm the peasants. Staged false flags, hoaxes, highly-organized children marches, media and political figures have masses eager to give up on self defense are becoming a regular part of the media landscape.

Many worry that “They are going to take our guns”.

That is not what will happen. They are hastening us into an internal war, also-known-as “civil war” between the armed and the unarmed with the politicians and many of their palace guard on the wrong side.

Other than the thoughtless sheep, players on both sides know that removing millions of privately owned firearms is not going to happen through protests and legislation. Violent force is the only way.

Those who would rule a defenseless populace know all that. They are okay with it. They have no intention on being anywhere near the friction points.

“You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass.” attributed to Isoroku Yamamoto, Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II.

The current lamestream media show featuring thoughtless children manipulated by big money organizers in response to a staged event is disgusting me. I share some clips and links below that show how shallow the story is.

The saddest part is that the unbelievable show is not aimed at the thinkers, and that the target audience is big enough to serve the needs of the ruling class. At least that is their plan.


The Anti-Gun Movement’s Use of Child Crusaders Debases National Discourse

What Kasky and his peers seem not to have had time to learn in the whirlwind of their media tours, marches, and walkouts is that gun murders have, in fact, plummeted over the course of the last 30 years. And though each is an atrocity in its own right, even school shootings show no statistical uptick. According to research from Northeastern University, in contradiction of our current moral panic, there have been only eight shootings that have killed four or more people at K-through-12 schools in the United States in the past 20 years. …

Enough is enough

That was the refrain chanted over and over by the thousands of demonstrators who gathered to protest gun violence in America.

Curiously, however, although these young activists were vocal in calling for gun control legislation that requires stricter background checks and limits the kinds of weapons being bought and sold by members of the public, they were remarkably silent about the gun violence perpetrated by their own government.

Why is no one taking aim at the U.S. government as the greatest purveyor of violence in American society and around the world?

Who Runs March for Our Lives?

March for Our Lives is on every cable channel, but who runs it? The photogenic teen fronts are out front. But it’s obvious to everyone that a bunch of teens don’t have the resources and skills to coordinate a nationwide movement. Instead it’s the experienced activists who are actually running things.

The March for Our Lives Fund is incorporated as a 501(c)(4). Donations to 501(c)(4) groups are not tax- deductible. And they don’t have to disclose donors. That’s why they’re a great dark money conduit.

The Children’s Crusade Against Guns

To use a term made famous by Vladimir Lenin, these kids are useful idiots.

It is unlikely that these pre-teens or teenagers have a minimal understanding of gun control, the Second Amendment, what due process means in this debate, the legal options schools have in protecting students, the relationship between mental illnesses and criminality, among other critical, inescapable gun-violence related issues. How many can accurately define “assault weapon”?

Though liberal commentators will insist that as potential victims these youngsters possess a right to speak out, is this message sufficiently informed to justified public attention? Most adults are, no doubt, also ill-informed, but is public debate governed by the principle that adding yet more voices, regardless of cogency, elicits more intelligent discussions?

Babble is not necessary a good guide to wise policy. Imagine a public debate over drunk driving and inviting eight-graders to suggest changes in DUI laws? Recall Art Linkletter’s Children Say the Darndest Things where tots offered their often screwball comical take on life for the amusement of adults.

The tip-off to this fake “spontaneous” groundswell is that somebody must organize and pay for this “voice” while ensuring that the media is alerted to this “news.”

Do dozens of school buses magically appear for free to transport these pint-sized activists and their teachers to a spot where somebody has arranged for bus parking, a sea of “handmade” signs, security to direct traffic, microphones, speaker lecterns and portable toilets?

Cabot Phillips of Campus Reform conducted numerous interviews with students who said “assault weapons” should be banned. Many said giving up the right to own one is worth saving lives, while others claimed Americans don’t need “assault weapons” to defend themselves.

Then came the moment when Phillips asked the students if they even know what an “assault weapon” is and if they do, to explain what they are. Students said:

“I kind of do, but I kind of don’t, like…”
Um, like, no I guess. Um, but, ‘assault weapons’ — does that sound safe to you at all?”
“It’s a gun, for instance, that you can buy at a shop pretty easily that is, like, can cause more deaths than, like, one I guess.”
“Um, yeah, honestly if you’re asking me any gun that isn’t a pistol should be banned.”
“I’m not even just against ‘assault weapons,’ I’m pretty much against most guns.”

Hey guys I hope you enjoyed the video. My only regret was not being able to film earlier when I saw some of my favorite signs. I saw one sign that said “ban AK15s”. What were your thoughts on the video?

[editor note: this starts with a 49-second advertisement … worth getting through it]

Can’t Ban Stupid — March for Our Lives Interviews – Pt. 3

The lies these people are believing aren’t even deceptive and still, they fall for them hook, line, sinker…heck, the whole dang fishing boat. Imagine when something REALLY deceptive comes down the pike. Governments are responsible for destroying the lives of almost a quarter of a BILLION people in the last century. And these people want to give their undying loyalty to an entity they admit they don’t even trust. ASTOUNDING!


While this post is about the protests, the protesters and the organizers thereof, an honorable mention of the event the organizers use as its foundation should be made.

The Parkland School shooting in Florida did not happen as described by lamestream media. I read dozens of articles shooting holes in the official tale, and have watched numerous videos proving the narrative to be false.

Here is a sampling of videos on the

Florida shooting hoax


This is a more complete listing including essays with links:

Parkland Florida shooting hoax

Needless to add, but I will, this event was not what it is being portrayed as. I have not decided whether it is a pure hoax or a false flag, but that really does not make much difference to the discussion.