Dafuq? “Otherwise peaceful”

Antifa’s violent confrontations with police, journalists mar otherwise peaceful rally counterprotesters
Members of Antifa were seen launching eggs, fireworks and water bottles at police officers and the Secret Service, beating people in the street and threatening members of the media during the uber-left, so-called anti-fascist group’s counter-protest of rightwing rallies this weekend in Washington, D.C. and Virginia.

And other than all the murder and shit, Charles Manson was a heckuva nice guy, I suppose.


Fuck Blumenthal

Richard Blumenthal [authoritarian police-state goon-USSCT] has introduced a bill.

S. 3300: Untraceable Firearms Outlawing Private Manufacturing Act of 2018
(E) Even before the sale of a firearm, the gun, its component parts, and the raw materials from which they are made have considerably moved in interstate commerce.
(bb) It shall be unlawful for a person other than a licensed manufacturer or importer to engrave or cast a serial number on a firearm in or affecting interstate or foreign commerce.
(cc) Beginning on January 1, 2020, it shall be unlawful for any person other than a licensed manufacturer or importer to possess a ghost gun in or affecting interstate or foreign commerce with the intent to sell or transfer the ghost gun with or without further manufacturing or to manufacture a firearm with the ghost gun.

Yes, if the raw materials moved in “interstate commerce,” then you can’t make a firearm without an FFL. Period.

I see contacting Senators as being useless, without the ability to dangle large bribes campaign contributions at ’em, but just this once I decided to send a short note.

Subject: Oppose S. 3300: Untraceable Firearms Act of 2018

Oppose S. 3300: Untraceable Firearms Act of 2018, and tell Blumenthal to go fuck himself.

Carl “Bear” Bussjaeger
Author: Net Assets, Bargaining Position, The Anarchy Belt, and more
NRA delenda est

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I am a proud American, an unhyphenated American. I am the most fortunate type of American, one who has won life’s lottery by escaping communism. My family endured persecution, physical risk, and constant intimidation by the secret police to legally enter the United States.

I am proudly writing this in English, because mastering English opened opportunities that would have been denied to me had I chosen to limit myself to my native language and culture.

What does this have to do with the Second Amendment? I am telling you about my past because I want you to understand who I am. I want you to understand the source of my passion.

The fruits of tyranny are not an abstract topic for me.

I am going to use words like political correctness, slavery, communism, and dystopia and I want you to understand the full measure of my meaning.

I want you to understand why I take my rights and responsibilities as a gun owner so seriously.
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I don’t know who the author is, but over the years I’ve worked with people, who escaped the Soviet Bloc, who could have written just this. Funny how actually experiencing the joys of a socialist/communist paradise causes them to appreciate America’s freedom more than the average native-born.