Saturday, March 23, 2019

Saturday, been rainy,

new data, etc.

Speaking of people not to be trusted, I give you the major media

Friends in France tell me that the Yellow Jackets are mostly middle class and middle aged, people who never even joined in the perennial French sport of striking; people who have jobs, bills, families. My corroborative evidence for this is that the protests happen mostly on the weekend. These people are busy the rest of the time, and can’t afford to lose their jobs. 

And in my opinion, this is why the media is not reporting on them, if they can help it (note that I linked a British newspaper, and even those try not to report on these demonstrations if they can.) 

Because when Middle Class and Middle Aged people go rogue and take to the streets, it means that most people in the country are very, very, very pissed off. Bourgeois, which the Left has tried to make into an insult, but which are in fact the backbone of the west are the people who do things and keep our communities ticking. They have to get very, very mad before they risk family and job and a clean record. When they get to that point they are ten seconds from having nothing left to lose. Which is the point.
And most of our media are in love with the EUnuchs and the idea of government controlling everything(especially who actually gets to report on things, that part really gets them wet).

They’ve now reached the Shakespearean point of “Tempt not a desperate man.”  Or, in other words “Freedom is just another word for nothing left to lose.” They’re out of … er… copulations to give.  And they’re not going to take it anymore.

And that’s why our media isn’t reporting on this.  Because as the propaganda arm of the internationalist cabal, they aspire to what the internationalists of Europe have achieved.  They want it so bad they can taste it, and are willing to subvert everything to achieve it.

Part of the media problem is that, over time, they've blown so much of the trust people used to have in them.  And the last couple of years, with the constant "Trump Bad!" as their constant 'reporting', they've made it worse.  They've made themselves a version of the EffingBI and Do'J': "Why the hell would I trust you about anything?"  Which is not going to end well.

The answer is "Yes."

Are Unrecorded FBI Interviews a G-Man's License to Lie?

Let's remember that even Eric Holder ordered them to start recording interviews instead of doing this.  And they didn't.

Remember that in the trial of the Florida nightclub attacker's wife, big reason she was acquitted was the Feds didn't record the interview, and their notes didn't match up to what the jury was being told.  And when the agent in charge was asked why no recordings, "It never occurred to us to do that."

Even if they didn't deliberately lie, they're going by notes of an interview, NOT a transcript, and errors can creep in.  You're left thinking that the reason they don't record the interviews is because they don't want an exact transcript.   Now reflect on why that might be.

Why anyone would trust the FBI about anything anymore, I cannot understand.

Friday, March 22, 2019

Friday night,

the weather is fine, but it's getting late.  For me, anyway.  Therefore, data time.

Was able to hit the range the other day,

and had an interesting target(I'm skipping the other stuff, at least for now).

This is .45-70, using the Lyman 340-grain hollowpoint* cast of 20-1, over 29.5 grains of A5744 propellant.  Used the sizing die to iron out the mouth flare and crimp it.  100 yards.
What makes it real interesting is that on two shots, looking through the scope, I thought I'd somehow missed the whole target, which didn't make sense: I've had good results with this combination(different crimp) before, and the shots felt right.  Then I got the target and saw that those two holes on the left are a bit larger, a touch oval-shaped, than they should be... Holy crap.

I need to reshoot these, two groups: one with this crimp, one with standard crimp, because this is the tightest group I've ever had with this bullet, and I need to see if I just had a real good day, or if that one difference makes that much difference.

*Lyman says 330 grain, out of this and 15-1 I'm getting 340

You could almost think the NZ authorities are happily using this horror

to extend control over what people are allowed to hear and see.
In the wake of the attacks, the prime minister promised to keep the murderer “nameless,” and the internet promptly obliged by flushing the perpetrator’s identity down the memory hole. New Zealanders’ access to online material about him was blocked. In what has become standing operating procedure after mass attacks, social media accounts connected to the perpetrator disappeared. Internet service providers in New Zealand blocked access to sites like 4chan, 8chan, LiveLeak, and the file-sharing site Mega if the sites did not take down material related to the shooting.

Ardern then announced that the government would consider further policing social media, saying, “We will look at the role that social media played and what steps we can take, including on the international stage and in unison with our partners.”
And places like Fecesbook and Twatter couldn't wait to fall into line.  For the public good, of course.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Tab clearing

Ancient Egyptian sunken ship.

Evidence of a battle that stopped the Spanish moving eastward into the plains.

What leftists should know about Trump voters.
Good piece.  And "Us flyover-country people just loves Trump!" isn't on there.

Hey, ignoring the piles of bodies Socialism! piles up is what socialists do best.

Some people REALLY don't want these Epstein documents unsealed.
And there's a serious list of the people who could be the 'anonymous' here.

The CDC has been lying about this for a long time.  It's why they got a boot in the ass about 'gun research' a few years ago.

So of all those "I've turned in my gun!" posts,

there were actually very few.  Surprised?

Considering the media, I'm not.

Let's also consider this from Mr. Williamson:
which will probably cause the authorities in New Zealand to want him arrested for hate speech or something.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

History, being messy again

No, they weren't female-only mass graves.

New Zealand sounds like they've been taking Stalin lessons

New Zealand authorities have reminded citizens that they face up to 10 years in prison for “knowingly” possessing a copy of the New Zealand mosque shooting video – and up to 14 years in prison for sharing it. Corporations (such as web hosts) face an additional $200,000 ($137,000 US) fine under the same law.
So just for HAVING A COPY of it, they'll put you in prison...

Screw that place.  I once wanted to visit there, but no more.

Monday, March 18, 2019

Tab clearing (link on #2 fixed)

Not actually genocide, but mass-murder by the Revolutionaries, you bet.

For the author to accuse “rightists” of fantasizing about civil war, they sure do seem to be spending a lot of time in this article and comments fantasizing about civil war on “rightists.” 

So what can one pistol do against an evil regime? Watch this video to find out.

"No, New Zealand, I will not take orders from you.  And don't you have more important things to worry about than trying to censor the 'net?"

Wonder how the left will try to blame Trump and the NRA for this?

In the days approaching former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould‘s testimony to the House of Commons’ Justice Committee on February 27, at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s behest, Karina Gould, the Minister of Democratic Institutions, reached out to social media giant Google to pressure the firm to curtail political criticism of the Trudeau government on its platform.

Yeah, yeah, you're all upset.  Yet I bet most of you will keep voting Democrat, no matter what they say and defend.

There are good reasons he made this post

Reuters reported late on Friday night that their reporter who broke the story about Democrat Beto O'Rourke belonging to a hacker group had the story for two years and agreed to sit on it until after O'Rourke's Senate race against Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX).
"But you can trust us to tell you the news!  Really!"