Been too long…

Whew… been a long time. I was as off, taking care of business. And I was tired of giving a voice to truth, fighting against the stupidity of so many, only to watch as more and more people bought into the lie. So I stopped blogging, stopped fighting in comments, stopped trying to swim upstream.

Ready to kicks some ass...

Ready to kicks some ass…

But enough of that, enough about me. I’m dusting my old blog off as there are too many stupid people out there. Starting with the perpetually aggrieved SJW.

Social Justice Warrior. A pejorative term for an individual who repeatedly and vehemently engages in arguments on social justice on the Internet, often in a shallow or not well-thought-out way, for the purpose of raising their own personal reputation. A social justice warrior, or SJW, does not necessarily strongly believe all that they say, or even care about the groups they are fighting on behalf of. They typically repeat points from whoever is the most popular blogger or commenter of the moment, hoping that they will “get SJ points” and become popular in return. They are very sure to adopt stances that are “correct” in their social circle.

The SJW’s favorite activity of all is to dogpile. Their favorite websites to frequent are Livejournal and Tumblr. They do not have relevant favorite real-world places, because SJWs are primarily civil rights activists only online.

After watching the SJW drop crap on um… well, almost everyone, including my beloved Marine Corps, some great authors, and now gamers I started to get angry. Again.

GamerGate refers to the online backlash against perceived breaches of journalistic integrity on video game news sites that occurred as a result of the Quinnspiracy, an online controversy surrounding indie game developer Zoe Quinn’s alleged affairs with a number of men working in the video game industry, including Kotaku staff writer Nathan Grayson.

So when Theodore Beale, aka Vox Day, pointed out the forces of good can do something to help stop the side into chaos… well. Okay. Count me in. 

Now… I’ll just have to start seeing what trouble I can get into.

Splash out. Bigol.




Barack Obama’s spending choking life out of US economy


Barack Obama’s spending choking life out of US economy

Barack Obama’s spending choking life out of US economy

US News: President Obama, despite all his recent bravado about being bipartisan and cutting the deficit is the biggest tax and spend president in history.

Barack Obama’s speech on the budget yesterday proved conclusively that the man is a liar and a fraud. The Obama administration has pushed the government to the point of bankruptcy. The Obama administration has been the tax and spend ticket since it came to power. When, in the history of the world, has a government raised taxes during a recession? There’s a reason the answer to that question is: never.

“If they gave out Olympic medals for fiscal irresponsibility, President Obama would take the gold, silver and bronze,” Master said. “With his three years in office, he will have had the highest deficits ever recorded. And the highest of those deficits is now projected to come in 2012.” The official pointed to a faltering economy and the bipartisan stimulus package that passed last year for the record deficit.

As one economist said at the time of the stimulus proposal, “Let’s drop the euphemism of “stimulus package” and call this agreement by its proper name: “deficit spending.”“



US News: President Obama Cannot Protect Democracy by Destroying It.

Congress should immediately launch a truly bipartisan investigation into the administration’s role in  the Afghanistan war abuses. If the Constitution and laws of the United States were broken, Congress should censure the president. And if the lies, the deceit and lawbreaking continue, Congress should take even more drastic action. Either we are a nation of laws and moral values or we are not. We cannot pick and choose which laws to abide by and which to ignore for the sake of…

This is the way atrocities are dealt with in Mr. Obama’s world of war. The higher-ups responsible for training, supervising and disciplining the troops – in other words, the big shots who presided over a system that ran shamefully amok – escape virtually unscathed.

In his arrogance, President Obama did not go to Congress or to the courts for permission (although he claims that he did tell select members of Congress what he was doing — as if that is enough). He sees himself above the law. As commander in chief, he believes he is not bound by the Constitution and…

Bigol Says:

Obama has continued many of the same programs started by Bush, all the while running up trillions in debt for domestic spending repaying the unions and special interest that got him elected. In a fair world the 24 hour news cycle would be filled with the following headlines:

  • Obama lied about the reasons to go to war.
  • Obama holding thousands of prisoners without charges, without legal representation and for an indefinite period of time.
  • Obama is running secret prisons.
  • Obama ignores the Geneva Convention.
  • Obama treats detainees inhumanely. Allows troops to kill civilians.
  • Obama uses the Patriot Act to pry into library records and lord knows what else.
  • Obama illegally spying on TEA party activists.
  • Obama tramples on the rights of citizens.

But then, we all know life isn’t fair. Not when you can buy one party with trillions in debt.

Missing Obama – Lack of Leadership

Lack of Leadership

US News: Americans — stunned out of silence by continuing lack of leadership — discover President Barack Obama has been missing for weeks.

Congressional leaders are demanding that Obama’s remaining brain trust issue a report to the joint houses on the current location and status of the President.

“I haven’t seen President Obama except on television. We used to see him a lot; I’d like him to come out from behind his desk and meet with the common folk.”

The White House would not comment on this story, and decided to just vote present. On the day after (not?) declaring war, panicky House members convened in the Capitol to discuss a post-Obama strategy, with some in attendance complaining about what they believed to be continued White House disengagement.

“We all pretty much knew for sure we were going to lose Libya,” one person in attendance told this reporter on Wednesday. “And yet, last night and this morning, we had absolutely no message  from the White House…

Monday, 21 March 2011 – War Protest