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Monday, July 29, 2013

Sometimes you have to stop asking "Why"...


...and click up to Cooper Orange as a way of life.

"Why" is the US Gov't buying significant quantities of ammo made for the AK?

To give it to Bad People around the world whose primary weapon is the AK?  Probably.

Some of you will have even more sinister theories, and who knows which is true?

Who cares.

There are Bad People doing Bad Things in our names, around the world, against people who are not Americans, and there are Bad People doing Bad Things, in our names, to your fellow Countrymen.

There comes a point when their excuses no longer matter to Good Men.

There is enough evidence before your eyes to warrant Orange, is there not?

Red?

If you can't see it, I can't help you.

Brock gives you even more evidence, here.

The graphic is Zoomie, of course.

How long you choose to let Evil Men infringe upon your Rights is up to you.

How long you choose to let Evil Men hurt and kill other people in your name is up to you.

“The rifle itself has no moral stature, since it has no will of its own. Naturally, it may be used by evil men for evil purposes, but there are more good men than evil, and while the latter cannot be persuaded to the path of righteousness by propaganda, they can certainly be corrected by good men with rifles.” ― Jeff Cooper, Art of the Rifle

Are you a Good Man?  Will you choose to do nothing?

Kerodin
III

2 comments:

  1. "There comes a point when their excuses no longer matter to Good Men."

    Great line, great post. Besides, for people the "why" always, always, always reduces to the same answer...

    "Because that's what he chose." End of story.

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  2. From Sealous Scout back in 2008, this still haunts me:

    "It is almost palpable, this feeling of dread. It builds each day making me want to scream out loud.


    The evil grows, like a noxious weed, feeding on the human spirit. It wants to devour us; its hunger is unsated by the death and destruction that it unleashes. It controls our leaders and their minions, and to an extent, the masses of sheeple surrounding us.


    It is borne on the wind, howling ominously in the trees, voicing its disdain for our wellbeing. It thirsts for our tears as it seeks sadness and woe, spreading gloom and despair in its wake.


    The wickedness takes on new forms as well as old; poverty, plague, starvation, disease, climate change, drought, addiction, predation, rioting, oppression, wars and sudden death from acts of violence.


    Children attack their peers, laughingly, thinking it great sport to inflict pain and suffering. Parents, wrapped up in the daily struggle of consumerism, pay scant heed to their own children until the wickedness washes over them like a black tide, spilling darkness into their lives and choking off the light.


    Yes, the wickedness.


    It is here now.


    It has come."

    We must do something about it, and soon.

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