The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

“The fact is that the modern implementation of the prison planet has far surpassed even Orwell’s 1984 and the only difference between our society and those fictionalized by Huxley, Orwell and others, is that the advertising techniques used to package the propaganda are a little more sophisticated on the surface.
Yet just a quick glance behind the curtain reveals that the age old tactics of manipulation of fear and manufactured consensus are still being used to force humanity into accepting the terms of its own imprisonment and in turn policing others within the prison without bars.” – Paul Joseph Watson


  1. Re: Editors Quote:

    As a sad and general assessment, well said. However, it is essentially a spiritual enslavement. Yet there is a remnant who have no bars, who will not be subservient to the rapidly rising Beast System. Submit to the rules and laws of the Beast, and be entrapped, and held in bondage. If we are not filled with the Holy Ghost that allows us to chose and be free, then we can be filled with the wrong spirits that blind, enslave us.

  2. Freedom is often just given up long before it is taken. A recent example is with Walmart, where they request that people no longer open carry in their stores, so, many people say let’s boycott, but most others will just stop open carrying in Walmart. This was just a request not a law, so it’s time for more people to open carry, not less. Let Walmart know just how many of their customers do carry. This past weekend I went shopping at my local Walmart (out here local is 75 to 100 miles) as I shopped a man that I don’t know came up to me and he said, glad to see that your still carrying, when he saw Walmart’s new policy on TV, he said I was the first person he thought of. So you never know what impression you make on people. Be polite but keep open carrying in Walmart, don’t just roll over and give up, at least make them call your hand on it. Trekker Out

  3. I never go anywhere without a concealed handgun, but am strongly considering open carry in Walmart. By the state law, we are allowed Constitutional carry, but also required to leave the premises if asked to. They are going to have to ask me to leave, and if they do so I will never be back. I can pay a few cents more for some items without going broke, but if Walmart loses enough customers they will go broke. Personally I buy very few things at Walmart. I hate to go into a store where everything is moved weekly so you have to hunt for the one item you want in their attempt to get you to purchase more by making you hunt for the item you went to buy. I’d rather pay ten percent more to avoid the frustration, and now they have really tightened my jaws. More of Walmart’s customers are the middle class blue collar workers that support gun rights than the leftist elite that have been trying to put them out of business for years. If Sam Walton were still alive you would not see this type of bull cr*p going on.

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