Saturday, August 16, 2014

Cats in Tanks and the Very First Cat Video in History

LBJ on Negroes

"These Negroes, they're getting pretty uppity these days and that's a problem for us since they've got something now they never had before, the political pull to back up their uppityness. Now we've got to do something about this, we've got to give them a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference... I'll have them niggers voting Democratic for the next two hundred years"-Lyndon Johnson, 1963

h/t to TC

Itching for a war

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is desperate; it is itching for a war in battlefield Ukraine at any cost.

Let's start with Pentagon supremo, US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, who has waxed lyrical over the Russian Bear's "threat": "When you see the build-up of Russian troops and the sophistication of those troops, the training of those troops, the heavy military equipment that's being put along that border, of course it's a reality, it's a threat, it's a possibility - absolutely."-NATO is desperate for war

Charles "Sparky" Schulz Draws Charlie Brown

I loved newspaper comic strips when I was a kid, and Peanuts especially. I devoured the paperback book collections of the strips (I would get one every Friday when we went to the store when my dad got paid).

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 Part of a thread on a Bret Alan post on Zuckerturd's FascistBook that was removed because (apparently) a "racist" word was used somewhere during the discussion (using the "N word" is the ultimate crime these days, at least if you're white). I guess it means I also can't post excerpts from Huckleberry Finn there.

The last comment is the one I was unable to post. You'll notice from my title that it says it was removed by its owner but it was NOT removed by its "owner" if owner means Bret Alan, so I assume it means instead that Zuckerturd owns all our words on FB.


  • Karla Bruessard He said there was no situation, if that was a situation would it still be wrong?
  • Jose Perez PLEASE stick with the topic
  • Karla Bruessard you said "no situation" I posed one
  • Karla Bruessard now it is stick with the topic? lol
  • Jose Perez What if space aliens came down and jumped in the cops body, took it over and tried to rape you?
  • Bret Alan No, not even if someone says something racist and threatening to you do you have a right to harm them. Words are not justification for violence.
  • Karla Bruessard " can't defend that one call it a straw man and say it is off topic"
  • Jose Perez I'm out! lmao
    2 hrs · Like · 1
  • Karla Bruessard words alone no, but violent words followed by the violent action of grabbing someone?
  • Bret Alan Grabbing someone is not violence, especially coming from an officer, who has the legal right to detain people.
  • Nikkolas Jakson http://youtu.be/KQ9w1HHRMQw
    Play Video

    This is my infamous "When Should You Shoot a Cop" article, as read by me, with w... See More
  • Bret Alan In point of fact, getting violent in any way towards an officer will just result in your downfall, so you shouldn't pretend you have the right to harm them.
  • Karla Bruessard not for any reason. cops need a reason to detain someone. in my posed scenario there was no reason
  • Karla Bruessard so people should fear their government?
  • Bret Alan You aren't very good at reading.
  • Karla Bruessard oh, please then clarify what I missed!
  • Bret Alan So you think police should just sit there doing nothing, ever? See how you didn't say or even suggest that, but I'm asking as if you did?
  • Bret Alan You think officers should be able to be assaulted just because someone is black?
  • Bret Alan Again, see how unproductive that comment is? How it has nothing to do with the discussion and just derails the whole topic?
  • Karla Bruessard I read "getting violent in any way towards an officer will just result in your downfall, so you shouldn't pretend you have the right to harm them." which reads, let the cops treat you howver you want so you don't get harmed. or simply fear them. as cops are emplyed by the government it reasons that you belive we should have a healthy amount of fear of the government.
  • Karla Bruessard do you think I only have issue with the mike brown case based on race? I have an issue with the police. the race part is only the shit icing on the crap cake.
  • Bret Alan Do you feel good knowing that your advocacy of violence against police may have contributed to this kid's death, since he may have been surrounded by such nonsense, leading him to think he was justified in attacking an officer?
  • Karla Bruessard oh so there is evidence that he did indeed attack the cop? please provide it!
  • Bret Alan Why is it shit icing, is it because you think black people are shit?
  • Karla Bruessard no, I think racism is shit, don't you?
  • Bret Alan I don't think you should hate black people, Karla.
  • Karla Bruessard that sounds like an emotional response alan
  • Bret Alan I think it's wrong, your whole "black people are shit" attitude.
  • Bret Alan Where's the emotion?
  • Karla Bruessard that's what I've been asking yo
  • Bret Alan I mean, I'm a little put off by your racism, but otherwise... not particularly emotional, maybe a little disgusted by your bigotry.
  • Karla Bruessard hey hey now, "stay on topic"
  • Karla Bruessard don't get emotional
  • Karla Bruessard would you like to address what I said or keep up this crap?
  • Bret Alan There's no reason to hate black people or use the N word, Karla.
  • Karla Bruessard ahh, of course you chose the latter
  • Bret Alan Usually people who come to my wall and use the N word get ignored.
  • Bret Alan Especially when they then proceed to call black people shit.
  • Karla Bruessard I read "getting violent in any way towards an officer will just result in your downfall, so you shouldn't pretend you have the right to harm them." which reads, let the cops treat you howver you want so you don't get harmed. or simply fear them. as cops are emplyed by the government it reasons that you belive we should have a healthy amount of fear of the government.
    please address this ^^^
  • Bret Alan There's no reason to keep side-stepping your racism, Karla. Just own it.
  • Bret Alan So no comment on that?
  • Nikkolas Jakson " So you think police should just sit there doing nothing, ever?" Actually, that wouldn't be a bad idea. "I see that some people have become a bit upset with how the police are conducting themselves recently. They declare that the police need to be...See More
  • Bret Alan Yes, Nikk. I know you're pro-crime.
  • Karla Bruessard how's the movie?
  • Nikkolas Jakson Yes, Bret, I know you're a liar and a fascist cop-lover. You're more right-wing on the subject of police than the idiots at Fox News. Maybe you can guest host The O'Reilly Factor when Bill Oh Really goes on vacation.
    1 hr · Like · 1
  • Bret Alan I haven't once in here said anything about what I think about the shooting. That hasn't stopped anyone from assigning me a position, of course.
  • Karla Bruessard you inferred and you know it
  • Bret Alan No, you read what you wanted to read.
  • Karla Bruessard ok let me quote you
  • Bret Alan Yes, please do quote me. Use my exact words, I would appreciate that.
  • Karla Bruessard "In point of fact, getting violent in any way towards an officer will just result in your downfall, so you shouldn't pretend you have the right to harm them."
    "You cannot "defend" yourself against an officer. If an officer hits you, your only course of
    legal recourse in almost every state is to press charges. You cannot just start hitting an officer because they engaged you first."

    both of these statements infer you side with the police in this issue. I will bring up more
  • Bret Alan It does not infer that.
  • Bret Alan I don't think you know what "infer" means.
  • Karla Bruessard "When the person has demonstrated they are a threat to the public, they could be 300 feet away."
  • Karla Bruessard ok, yes and fox news isn't biased either.. k
  • Bret Alan You asked specifically would could justify shooting someone 35 feet away.
  • Nikkolas Jakson You have a moral right to defend yourself against any aggressor, but no, unfortunately in most instances not a legal right in the case of cops, so the prudent thing is to not resist, although Kelly Thomas might not agree: http://www.cbsnews.com/.../kelly-thomas-beating-video.../

    www.cbsnews.com
    The video was shown in court during a hearing to determine whether Fullerton Pol... See More
  • Bret Alan If you resist, you're more than likely going to end up worse off. It's not a good idea, regardless of what rights you think you have to hurt officers.
  • Bret Alan If you love spending time in court and paying lawyers, then maybe it's not such a horrible idea.
  • Nikkolas Jakson What did I just say? You need some sleep, Bret. Are you stating that there is no moral right to protect yourself when your life is threatened? If someone had shot the officers assaulting Thomas, he'd still be alive.


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