So You Think?

     Matters are coming to a head in several ways. A collapse into complete civil chaos looms on America’s horizon, and we’re speeding toward it in a Bugatti Veyron. The evidence is available to the eyes, ears, and sometimes the noses of anyone who ever ventures out of Plato’s Cave. Even so, there are forces determined to prevent you from seeing and assessing that evidence according to your own reason and your own common sense.

     This piece will largely be a collection of links to such evidence. Pursue it or not, according to your tastes.


So You Think There’s No Race War In Progress?

     Oh, there’s this, too:

     Funny how, when you tell an inherently savage demographic that it’s “oppressed” and has a “right” to go looting and rampaging, and then instruct the police to let it do what it likes, its members go…looting and rampaging! Whoda thunk it?


So You Think They’re Not Really After Your Guns?

     Andrew Cuomo certainly is:

     Governor Andrew Cuomo, whose no-bail laws and mass release of prisoners have ruined crime-fighting in New York, has a new plan to solve the crime wave. His latest plan – a distraction from the core problems – is to declare so-called gun violence a public health emergency.

     He plans to treat ‘gun violence,’ which is actually gang violence, like COVID. It gives him dictatorial powers.

     This is the man who rammed New York State’s odious “SAFE Act” through the legislature in one day, in the wee hours of the morning, without any opportunity for the public to comment on it. I’m sure he’ll have the enthusiastic support of the Usurper Regime.


So You Think They’re Not Really Rendering Your Kids Illiterate?

     Have a report from Michigan, a few years old but still relevant. It concerns two minor children whom their teachers found to be reading too well:

     When my sons were approximately seven and eight years old, I received a call from their school. I was told that I needed to come in for a parent-teacher conference, at my earliest convenience which, they suggested, should be at 4:00 PM the following day. Yes, in their infinite wisdom, they somehow knew what would be convenient for me. The only other information I was given was that I shouldn’t bring either of the boys to the conference.

     I arrived ten minutes early and waited twenty minutes for the conference to begin. I was ushered into the conference room and I immediately noticed the psychology involved in the decorating scheme. There were two huge, expensive looking, high-backed leather chairs behind a large, heavy desk. Across from the desk was a tiny chair that appeared to have been liberated from a kindergarten classroom. I knew where I was expected to sit, and it wasn’t the position of power behind the desk. It was the subservient little chair. They were in a position to look down at me and I had to look up, at an uncomfortable angle, to speak to them.

     I took my seat across from two teachers who, I noticed, were viewing me with a certain disdain. It was as if I smelled badly or was a known, convicted child molester. I could tell they didn’t approve of me, but I didn’t yet know why.

     The meeting commenced, without so much as an introduction, when one of the two women, who I suspected were the boys’ teachers said, “Mrs. Komatsu, while testing your sons we’ve discovered some highly disturbing information.” They now had my complete attention.

     I asked, “In what class are they having difficulty?” I’ve always taken their education very seriously and I monitored their progress, in all their classes, on a daily basis.

     “The problem we’re having concerns their reading abilities,” I was told. I was completely speechless. I just sat there like a fool with my mouth hanging open. This was simply not possible. Both boys were excellent readers and read, on an average, a book per week.

     Finally, I replied, “There has to be some sort of misunderstanding. Sean and Mike are excellent readers. As a matter of fact…”

     “I assure you there is no misunderstanding,” she interrupted. “We’re professional educators and we are fully competent in our areas of expertise.” At this point I knew, beyond any shadow of a doubt, that this little meeting was about to get really interesting.

     “There must be some sort of mistake,” I said again. “I know how well both…”

     She interrupted me, yet again, to say, loudly and slowly. “There… is… no… mistake.”

     I was beginning to get a bit irritated. I was called in for a conference, yet I’d already been interrupted, twice, when I attempted to participate. It was becoming clear that my place in these proceedings was to sit quietly and display the proper respect to these highly qualified individuals. However, my respect and my patience was rapidly diminishing. “So why don’t you just tell me what the problem is. I’m sure we all have better ways to spend our afternoon,” I suggested.

     The teacher who had previously been silent now spoke. “Mrs. Komatsu, we didn’t know there was a problem until we conducted a test to determine all the children’s levels of reading ability. We’ve never seen this happen before. The test evaluates performance up to the ninth-grade level and both your boys passed all elements of the test. Because of that we can’t determine how well they can read.”

     Please, please read the rest. It lays bare the real agenda of our “public” school “educators:”

  1. To render your children inadequately literate and numerate to learn on their own;
  2. To protect their own positions.

     There may be exceptions, but as they’re detected they’re swiftly forced out of the government-run schools…and increasingly from private and parochial schools as well.


So You Think The Usurpers Aren’t Really Out To Eliminate The Opposition – i.e., You?

     That’s the biggest laugher of the day:

     Which is why I answer the door – when I deign to answer it – with a shotgun at port arms.


     That should be enough to get your blood pressure up close to mine. But do have a nice day.


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    • Hoagie on July 7, 2021 at 10:07 AM

    When I was a kid in the 50’s and 60’s people used to say the world was getting smaller every day.  It wasn’t until I grew up that I realized  the world was indeed the same size it was our Liberty which was getting smaller.    The Constitution, now having been successfully all but erased we now live in a country where indeed “It could and DID happen here”.

    BTW, the fake president’s door to door vaccine run is a precursor for the door to door gun grab which will be his next great “national emergency” to be addressed.  I now believe the only reason this fool was installed was to be the guy who took all our guns.

      • Ghost Who Walks on July 7, 2021 at 1:22 PM

      Things were terrible even in the late Fifties, when we were taught to read by seating us in a circle, “Dick, Jane, and Sally” in hand. Each child would then stand erect, read one single word from the story, before sitting down so the next pupil could read her word.

      Meanwhile, the school librarian refused to allow students to check out books that were rated ahead of the child’s grade.

      “Why, you can’t read that book! That’s a forth grade book, but you are only in the second grade! How can you possibly read a forth grade book?”

      She really believed that.

      This was an elementary school in a highly-rated suburban area, many years before the first “minority” entered the system.

        • UmmPeter on July 7, 2021 at 8:35 PM

        Things weren’t always this way in Michigan. As an 8th grader I was tested to have the reading level of a freshman in college. We were pushed and encouraged to improve reading and math skills. This was in a public school in the thumb in the mid-70s.

    • enn ess on July 7, 2021 at 12:05 PM

    The video of the kid getting the snot beat out of him while an adult male records and laughs is representative of all thats wrong in this country. Holding ourselves and each other accountable for our behaviors. Which has lead to the door to door vaccine threat, which is noting more than a precursor to the search for who has guns/weapons/arms of any type. You can bet your sweet bippy it will be one of the first questions asked. Right after we’re from the CDC and we’re here to help, have you had your vaccine yet, do you have any guns in the house?

  1. I remember reading that MI example when it came out – or not long after…

    I remember thinking to myself “Why are they upset that a parent has their kid reading that far above their level”?

    • DrBob57 on July 7, 2021 at 12:52 PM

    In 1991, my eldest child began kindergarten in a school district that served an upper-middle class, exclusively white neighborhood. There were 20 children in her class and I knew most of the parents and the kids. Every one of these children was considered ‘reading-ready’. Every one of these kids had parents who valued education and supported the school. Many of us volunteered in the classroom as helpers and chaperones on field trips.

    Despite being ready to learn to read and write, these children were taught neither skill. At our first parent teacher conference, I was told this was intentional, “as there might be one of these children who were not ready to learn to read”. That day, I understood that these teachers, nearly all of them,were Jacobins. Their objective was to make all of these kids identical in skills and outcomes.

    This was further reinforced when that same daughter told me about ‘guidance class’ which they had once a week (in kindergarten!). They had a dedicated ‘guidance’ teacher who came to class once a week and preached her liberal BS. The first lesson was ‘everybody is equal, and nobody is better than anybody else’. That same buffoon showed up once a week in every grade from K-6.

    I seized control of my daughters’ education, teaching both of them to read, and stepping in frequently to counteract the propaganda being spoon fed to them. Both kids grew up to be high achievers and very successful in their chosen fields. Equality of outcome? The public schools may kiss my large lardy ass!

    • Sean on July 7, 2021 at 1:08 PM

    Not to worry, Hoagie, that what must happen, will happen. Ya gets too fat and sassy and here we are. If the FApusa (Fake-ass pResident of the USA) wants to send his idiots out to push vaccines, they’ll get the same reception those govt. idiots got during their “census”. Door to door gun grab? Mebbe a little more than they can muster. Won’t be “grabbin” anything here. Although, with Pelosi trying to establish DC Police beach heads in Florida, CA, and who knows where next, and JB being as stupid as he is, they might go for the gusto. Study the War between the States much? A phenomena called a “noise vacuum” used to occur when massed infantry would fire volleys less than half a mile from other friendly units, against enemy units, and the friendly unit didn’t hear a thing. Due to atmospherics, geography, lay of the land, and direction. The ball will commence in some areas, and FedGov will move heaven and earth to keep the news from other areas of the country. With a shut down internet, and a compliant and helpful traitor media, it could be duck soup for them.

    • CPL Antero Rokka on July 7, 2021 at 1:33 PM

    As Thomas Paine said, and I repeat in my 75th year on God’s Green earth:

    “I prefer peace. But if trouble must come, let in come in my time, so that my children (and grandchildren) can live in peace.”




    • Hoagie on July 7, 2021 at 2:00 PM

    I understand what you say. Just want us to be prepared for the worse.

    • Phil on July 7, 2021 at 2:25 PM

    My Mom taught me to read before I ever set foot in first grade and as awesome as that was, it caused me trouble throughout my entire stay in their indoctrination centers.

    I was even told once by a supposed “teacher”, that the word procreate didn’t exist.

    I was reading at the college level in the fourth grade and here this assclown was trying to tell me that I didn’t know what I was talking about in my Junior year of high school.

    When you are bored out your skull because you are intellectually several grade levels above all of your fellow inmates you have plenty of time to plan mayhem.

    Needless to say I have been branded as a trouble maker since early childhood so I went out of my way to prove them right.

    Things have only gotten worse since then I see.


      • FoxtrotTangoBravo on July 8, 2021 at 12:42 AM

      Your personal story sounds familiar to mine.

      Though, TBH, I didn’t learn the alphabets until around 1st Grade but my parents bought me enough books on wildlife, Dinosaurs, etc. and dad had plenty of books on history, war, adventure – real life and fiction, including pulp from the early ’60s – that I did way more reading at home while the Publik Skools curriculum all consisted of boring coloring projects and reading the most banal crap one can inflict on a child.

      By 6th Grade and JHS I was cutting classes and hiding out at the library & reading everything from C.B. Colby’s Books on military weapons/vehicles, hunting, firearms books to novels by Arthur Conan Doyle, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Robert E. Howard, Peter Benchley, etc. to Greek Mythology.

    • pyrrhus on July 8, 2021 at 12:22 AM

    Both of our kids had fine k and 1st grade teachers and loved reading at home.By mid-2d grade they were reading at junior high levels and doing well in other subjects with a mediocre teacher…But one of them was a lefty whose handwriting was rather poor, and frankly not very interested in that as he had discovered the keyboard…Anyway, we had a school conference with the mediocre teacher and she, among other things of no significance, suggested that he could be put in a “special needs” class because of his handwriting, while not mentioning that he read, by standardized test, at the 8th grade level…I saw my wife’s blood was  boiling… to prevent a possible incident, I ended the conference and hustled us out of there…The Principal, a good man, was not amused and later got the teacher transferred….

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