|"Take that, CNN!"|
CNN has taken umbrage at a meme someone did, so they tracked him down and intimidated him into an abject apology, and into deleting a lot of his published posts, which CNN deemed "racist." CNN says as long as he is a "good niggah" they won't go after him, but if he surfaces again, then he's going to get it.
Something is pretty wrong with this, whatever the details may be. I'm going to post a link to the story if anyone hasn't heard it yet.
Second link, below, added at 2034 eastern. Update on Story:
Then there's this article from the Huffington Post on events at Gettysburg this past weekend. If you have ever read Huffington Post, you know it's an extreme left wing cabal that poses as a legitimate news organization. Reading this article, you have to take that into account. They wrote the story to discredit the people who opposed Antifa. But, as I remarked to the fellow who sent me the story, it's like listening to Lord Haw Haw or Tokyo Rose in World War II. You know they are full of crap, and you know it's all propaganda, but you can infer some facts from the broadcast.
These two sh*tbirds can be as snide as they like, but they acknowledge that a lot of people who have had enough of Antifa showed up loaded for bear. I know of exactly two events where Antifa made a big deal about how they were going to show up and shut things down, then they failed to materialize. One was a pro-Trump rally in Atlanta several months ago. Antifa made a lot of noise about how they were bringing people in by bus to shut down the rally, but when the organizers announced that they were providing their own security courtesy of a Southern militia group, suddenly Antifa was a no show. I posted pictures of the armed militia members who protected the rally and linked to an Atlanta Journal article about it.
Now the same thing in Gettysburg. Big noise on several Antifa web pages about all the things they were going to do , burn the Confederate Flag, desecrate the Confederate cemetery. But they thought better of it. I wonder why?
Christopher Mathias & Andy Campbell for all you do, this one's for you.
I was looking for something on the internet about Beirut. I just finished a book on the events there, and something the author said didn't match what I remembered. He's probably right since he's a famous historian, and I'm getting old. I'ts been almost 34 years ago. But in looking , I found this YouTube video.
It might seem strange that a fellow would go to so much trouble and expense now, to make a video about events that long ago, but I understand completely what he's doing. He has good reasons for it, but some of them are not something a man could talk about. I was surprised when he admitted to having experienced PTSD. Our generation didn't discuss that. But I think maybe the whole video was done to give himself some sense of connection, or catharsis, some emotional relief. I think he's trying to make sure somebody remembers what's happened and how it all fits in for him.
Fall 2017 Edition of Survivors Edge:
This issue had more useful articles in it, from my perspective, than I've seen in one before. I'm shopping around for some trail cameras, and they had a great article on those. Forest fires are a big concern for me, and there's a good write up on the subject. If you are into building your own buildings, there's a good description of "disaster proofing" a home from the ground up on new construction. Several other good bits and pieces that were interesting to read, even if I hope I never get to the point where I have to use the information for real.
Liz on illegal aliens and crime.
Liz on illegal aliens and crime.
Thought for the Day:
I heard about this add on Kymber's blog. Thought it was a good one.
Ozzie the Weasel and Eeyore in "The Not So Great Escape."