Patriot Dispatches

From My CP: I HEART guns and remove MLK from the Public Square

Spring came late here and it was wet, harvest has been wet and now there’s snow covering everything.  There’s still a lot of corn in the fields.  The garden is done, we finished harvesting my brothers corn Sunday but there’s lots of folks here who are still struggling to get their corn out.  Monday it snowed all day, we wound up with three inches.  Not enough to block the roads but snow on the corn plugs the sieves, its nasty and puts a stop to everything.  The rest of the harvest will be brutal.  If the snow melts off the stalks it’ll go but if all the snow melts the ground will turn to slick, greasy mud…  When a combine gets stuck its hard to get out.  This is why farmers stress over harvest, you have to get harvest done during “Winter’s Comin'” but now we’re asshole deep in “Winter’s Here.”  It can still be done if all the dice roll the same number, but how often does that happen?

Sutherland Springs doesn’t sound much different from where I live.  But today’s twisted society decided to impact everyone’s life.  When I left Ruthton its population was about 500, its about 250 now.  Lots of folks don’t want to live in the boonies.  That’s a good reason to live here by my figurin’.

The leftists have spent their time attacking prayer and Christianity because neither protected the church or its parishioners.  What despicable lost souls they are.  Of course immediately following their attacks on Christianity they attack our God-given right to own guns.  Everyone who defends the Second Amendment is racist, misogynist, islamophobic and a thousand kinds of unacceptable.  According the the leftist view the only solution is to take away our guns.  I cannot bear those viewpoints.  I’ve always felt a kinship to Tench Cox, for me ol’ Tench best disputes any and every gun control argument.

“The power of the sword, say the minority…, is in the hands of Congress. My friends and countrymen, it is not so, for The powers of the sword are in the hands of the yeomanry of America from sixteen to sixty. The militia of these free commonwealths, entitled and accustomed to their arms, when compared with any possible army, must be tremendous and irresistible. Who are the militia? Are they not ourselves? Is it feared, then, that we shall turn our arms each man against his own bosom. Congress has no power to disarm the militia. Their swords and every terrible implement of the soldier are the birthright of Americans.”

The Christianophobes launched into us with their atypical non-tolerance and lack of diversity.  The acts of a leftist athiest (“but I repeat myself” h/t Mark Twain) are the fault of the Republican racists and the white supremacist NRA who support running children down in trucks.  A few days earlier some muslim piece of shit ran children down on a bike path in NYC.  We were instantly preached to by our superiors in Hollywood and our aristocracy in the leftist media that “Allahu Akbar” was a beautiful word and identifying someone who decided to kill as many strangers as he could on a bike path as a terrorist based on his screaming a known muslim terrorist signature was islamophobic.  The media instantly jumps to defend muslim terrorists and muslim terrorist supporters but they transformed and went for the jugular like werewolves when Christians were slaughtered in church, by one of the left’s own I might add.

I don’t want to see what our Nation becomes if the swamp creatures regain control.  I don’t want to see it because I can tell you what it’ll look like.  I’ve been there, done that, got the tshirt.  Creed Fischer seems to know too.

What is it about cities that sucks all the independence out of people?  Why are city dwellers so dependent upon the government to provide their security?  When did they lose the ability to provide their own?  Why would you ask the government to provide your security?  Of all the institutions invented by man the gov’t is the least competent option.  It turns out that if the gov’t had followed it’s own laws the TX killer may not have been able to purchase the gun he used.  My Grandfather used to curse county and state workers when we drove past them by saying “they plant trees in the spring so they can sit in the shade and cut them down in the winter so they can stand by the fire.”  That’s how bureaucrats work, any demand for actual effort requires more pay, more benefits, more, more more…  Yet the cities filled to over-flowing with dependent democrats, social justice warriors and their unemployable, perennially dependent base provide the left’s necessary votes.  Minneapolis and St Paul rule with an iron fist here in Minnesota.  Virginia and NJ seem to be the same.  That shit don’t sit well out here in fly-over country for reasons many will never understand.

I’m starting a movement to remove Martin Luther King Jr references from the public square.  Constantly seeing references to him triggers me.  He was a leader and a man of deep understanding who tried to communicate very fundamental ideas to us.  Ideas like “judge a man based on the strength of his character, not the color of his skin.”  That idea and the rest of his teachings have been discarded by the very people MLK was trying to help.  Rather than seeking to be equal they are now seeking to lord it over those whose skin color matches their former lords.  Change the names of the streets, tear down the statues, rename the buildings, let him become forgotten just as his teachings are.  We can emulate racists like BlackLivesMatter, Antifa and the democrat party.  Every decision will be based on race and the only arguments we’ll have is which skin color is the most downtrodden.  I can’t wait.




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I think of MLKs words every time the rioters show us the content of their characters.

Bernard Chumm

I like the idea of taking MLK’s name in vain to stir up those who’ve been doingit for years, Nessa. Of course, you know, you may have to go on the road, even make a few speeches, which would be easy. but think about those baths you’d have to take. Think it would be worth it? I ain’t a recluse for nothing.