Saturday, September 28, 2013

• 'Conservatives' For Anarchy


This is a good example of what happens when conservatives get angry with me for setting them straight.

This is a smart phone screen capture of a post from Shawn Hooper, who got his knickers bunched up over a debate we had discussing the aftermath of a Hispanic father in Texas who killed another man he found molesting his daughter.

Let me say right up front, I am not defending any child molesters. It seems like that would be understood, but for people like Mr. Hooper, it must be said.

I explained in the course of the debate on Mr. Hooper's thread that 'self defense' involves the protection of one's own life or the lives of others, or defense from a threat of great bodily harm. Once the threat is gone, one cannot continue to attack the perpetrator. By law.

The father in this case will not be tried for any crime, and I think that is a mistake. Sure, he'd never be convicted of murder (my position that Hooper decided to ignore), but I think that 2nd degree manslaughter could have been called for.

Emotions get us into trouble when we discuss the law. Sure, emotionally, we'd all like to beat all child molesters to death. But that's not how the laws and legal system are set up in this country. Hooper advocates taking the law into his own hands. I asked him that specific question, and he refused at least half a dozen times to answer. But that is what he believes.

Hooper instead went into "all laws are not good" and "you're a legalist" and "Obama is bad" and "Nazis are bad", desperate attempts to change the issue in the discussion, and I wouldn't have any of it. Time and time again I took him back to this: If you advocate for taking the law into your own hands, you are advocating for anarchy.

We do not want a country where people think on these things emotionally. The fact is, if your child is being molested, the first thing is self defense. ONCE THE MOLESTATION HAS BEEN INTERRUPTED AND THE CHILD HAS BEEN MADE SAFE, the next step is to call the police and have the perp arrested, NOT to beat him to death.

I feel for the father in that case in Texas, and I understand that people want to celebrate the fact he beat a molester to death. But in our country, with our legal system, you have only the right to defend yourself, not to take the law into your own hands.

There is a new case in Colorado now where a woman who bludgeoned to death her child's molester with a baseball bat is going to be charged with murder. A harsh penalty, no doubt, but Mr. Hooper would be well advised to pay attention to this case and learn from it.

Mr. Hooper said that I unfriended him on Facebook because of his viewpoint. That is nonsense. I could make this case in my sleep. I could spell it out in urine in the snow. Hooper and his friends were so filled up with emotion, they were unable to see the reasons for laws like this.

Hooper warns me not to molest his children; an obvious desperate insult because he feels, rightly, that my argument made more sense than his defense of taking the law into one's own hands.

I unfriended Mr. Hooper because he posted vile, disgusting, blood drenched pictures of an aborted baby, and on Facebook anyone can see these pictures. It is not Mr. Hooper's place to force anyone to see pictures like that, and I won't subject myself to his violent pornography. So I unfriended him for that.

The fact that I don't have to read anymore of his ignorant drivel about laws he does not understand is just a bonus. -Jz

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Sunday, September 8, 2013

• LGBT Plans To Disrupt Olympics In Russia!

Plans to smuggle pro-LGBT propaganda into Russia and disrupt Olympics revealed at "gay" journalists convention in Boston. Media, athletes, and even Olympic teams working with LGBT activists

MassResistance exclusive: Homosexual activists in the U.S. are working with media groups, "out LGBT athletes," and both the US and Canadian Olympic hockey teams in a secret plan to smuggle rainbow flags, homosexual propaganda, etc. into Russia. Their intent is to disrupt the 2014 Winter Olympics with homosexual symbolism, according to a presenter at the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Convention in Boston on August 24. The planned disruption is a retaliation by the homosexual movement to Russia's recent ban on the public promotion of homosexuality.
They are also talking about "utilizing diplomatic channels" to help smuggle the homosexual flags and other materials into Russia.

Patrick Burke, co-founder of the You Can Play Project, a campaign to "end homophobia in sports," also referred to plans for athletes to wave rainbow flags on awards podiums and at the closing ceremonies. Burke told the group that "we can't talk about that publicly" but "there's a lot going on behind the scenes.".

Luckily, MassResistance was present and recorded the presentation.
The Park Plaza Hotel in downtown Boston, during the conference.
Russia's ban on public promotion of homosexuality

The 2014 Winter Olympics will be held in Sochi, Russia on February 7-23. This past June, as MassResistance reported, Russia's parliament overwhelmingly passed a bill which bans the promotion of "non-traditional sexual relations" to minors, and which also includes bans on "gay pride" rallies or other public promotion of "homosexual propaganda."

The Russian government has made it clear that the ban also covers participants and attendees of the 2014 Olympics. According to Burke, Russian authorities have decided to preemptively confiscate rainbow flags and pins at airports.

Remarks made at "Out on the Playing Field" session at conference

The National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) is a powerful national organization of homosexual journalists from major television news, newspapers, radio, and more. Their annual conference was held August 22-25 at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel.

Burke spoke at a conference session titled, "Game Changer: Out on the Playing Field and In the Press Box," Its description: "Hear from sportswriters and athletes who can tell you what homophobia they still see in sports and where there are areas of real improvement." Burke apparently thought he was talking to an all-"gay" audience, and was surprisingly candid about what he's been doing to help organize the disruption at the upcoming Olympics.
Patrick Burke prepares to address his session at the NLGJA conference.
[MassResistance photo]
"Rainbow flag on the podium" and more

Here is what Patrick Burke said in his presentation about the plan to infiltrate the Olympic Games and embarrass the Russian government:
We're going to have three weeks of sustained media presence there. We are going to have out LGBT athletes there. We are going to have very vocal and visible allies there.

We've spoken with the Canadian and U.S. hockey teams. We're going to be doing work with both of those teams.

The frustrating part right now is we can't talk about that publicly because if you talk about it publicly, the Russians don't let you in the country. So when everyone keeps asking us "What are you going to do when you get there? What are you going to do when you get there?" and we keep having to say "We can't tell you."

The Russians have said they'll confiscate rainbow flags if you try and bring them in your regular luggage. They've said they'll confiscate pins. We are talking about utilizing diplomatic channels to get things into the country.

There's a lot going on behind the scenes that will frustrate people because it won't be made public until you see an athlete on a medal stand or at closing ceremonies. There are two types of backlash that we're concerned about.

One is government. Where a journalist or athlete whoever it might be, is arrested or is, you know, fined, is deported. Not that anyone wants to stay in Russia if the Olympics are over. That's certainly the type of backlash that we're concerned about.

The second is non-governmental groups. We looked into securing a pride house in Sochi. One of my very good friends basically runs the Continental Hockey League and he knows every Russian billionaire out there. We said what would it take to get a pride house? He said he'd 'need security.' Well yeah, get some security guards. He said 'no, someone would shoot it up.' He said 'you would need ex-KGB to secure it. You guys can't afford that.' Well probably not. So there's concern on my end about non-governmental groups taking matters into their own hands.

I think the athletes are going to be safe. I think if you see an athlete or a journalist do something, unless it's excessively provocative -- and I use that term from the Russian point of view; I wouldn't consider anything excessive -- you're going to see athletes deported. I don't think you're going to see fines. I don't think you're going to see arrests. I think you're going to see, someone waves a rainbow flag on the podium; you go right from the podium to an airplane. You get sent home.
(NOTE: Open recording and video taping of the conference and its sessions were allowed. Some sessions were recorded and/or videoed by several people.)

An outrageous embarrassment to Americans

The Russian government's bold efforts to protect children and society has attracted applause and support from pro-family organizations around the world, and also from countries such as Nigeria and Uganda who are also dealing with these issues.

If this outrageous stunt is successful, it will be an embarrassment not only to the Russian government -- which is working hard to have a clean, wholesome atmosphere for its Olympic games -- but certainly to many Americans, given that American corporations, American athletes, and possibly even our government would be  involved in this.

The pro-homosexual Obama Administration has already complained loudly about Russia's new law. And Obama himself, while visiting Russia this past week, in a purposeful affront to the Russian government met with Russian homosexual activists in St. Petersburg, along with his national security advisor and the US Ambassador to Russia. So it would not be surprising Obama had the US diplomatic corps involved with this, too.

The international fallout from this, given the wide range of those involved, would surely be considerable.

Hopefully, our publicizing this will help severely dampen their plans.

Friday, September 6, 2013

• Very Funny Dialogue On Tea Party Community

I am going to post this here for all eternity; a classic smack-down by your show host. The issue was the dismissal of a Colonel who failed a performance inspection and nuclear missiles were his responsibility. The source of the article was Jim here felt that any fired military officer means Obama is up to no good, which is ridiculous; and in order to prove he was right, Jim took a guess as to who ran the website - and this is where we pick up the comment thread from earlier this evening...


Jim Knowler

Jim K. is run by the Secretary of Defense, a bunch of Obizmal appointed libtards with an agenda. Sorry... Nice try.

Jimmy Z is online.

Jimmy Z
Oh you should NEVER take a wild guess when I'm around. I smack down wild guesses like the perfect lob in tennis [FYI, this is the reason Jim called me a troll and left]:

" is the website created by Military Advantage to be a portal for U.S. military members. In early 2004, Military Advantage was purchased by Monster Worldwide. The company's main revenue streams are advertising, military-themed products and lead generation for military recruiters.

"The website was founded by Christopher Michel in 1999 and went live in 2000.

"Military Advantage's advisory board includes two former members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, as well as other academic and business leaders. President of, Admiral Terry "T" McCreary served as the Chief of Naval Information (CHINFO) on the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

", which claims more than 10 million members, also owns,,, and"

Jim Knowler

Jim K.
I'm done feeding the trolls. You can bang your head against a troll all night long and all you will have to show for it is a headache :p

Jimmy Z is online.

Jimmy Z
Name calling is capitulation. Say goodnight, Jim.


The really funny part is that a very healthy thread was removed shortly thereafter - there must have been 50 comments in about 30 minutes, presumably because Mr. K begged the person who posted the story originally to pull it down. It has disappeared forever, but I knew this was epic enough to clip and save some of the transcript. I knew Jim couldn't allow it to remain. -Jz
LATEST: Saturday, 7 September, I was banned without warning and without notice, for who knows what length of time, for posting this on my blog. Never mind how many times folks attacked me personally on their little website, Tea Party Community. Never mind a few times I reported spam and harassment, and no monitor ever responded. Remember, these are supposedly conservatives and they run this social website FAR WORSE than Facebook! Hard for me to believe, and I am very critical of Facebook, but it's true.

Tea Party Community is run by petty, sneering, cowardly people who want anyone who is not in lockstep with the military coup-advocating radical right (can't believe I have to use that term either!) to be removed from their midst. Would I say that these people operate just like petty, sneering cowardly liberals and left wing pond scum? Yes. Which social network is the better website? Facebook. Or if you want a conservative alternative, use Freedom Torch.
LATEST: Sunday, 8 September, 1:00pm PDT: Today I received an email declaring that my parody/satire alteration of their 'logo' (Didn't they borrow [steal?] that from the Gadsden flag? I think they did) is bothering them and they're going to throw a legal hissy fit: "I see you are using our official logo on your blog and have defaced it in a slanderous fashion. I would advise removing it immediately, or you'll definitely here [sic] from our Lawyer."

Defaced it! Haha, I made it more truthful is what I did. Ah, conservatives. Well we can see here that weak conservatives aren't much better than whiny liberals, are they. Hell, with all the parodies and satire of graphics and logos and everything else that conservatives do online, you'd think Tea Party Community could take it. And by the way, the fellow who wrote to me never answered any of my email asking why I was banned three times, or how long the ban would last. Not very upright these people.

I have more on TPC, shocking stuff, outrageous stuff - but I have to get permission from the source to report it. -Jz
LATEST: Sunday, 8 September 3:45pm PDT: Latest email from TPC and my response. TPC said, "Parody? I fail to see the humor as will our lawyer. You've been given fair warning about using our copyrighted material." Ooh, and what material it is they copyrighted, isn't it? Their own theft of the Gadsden flag artwork.

My response: "Satire and parody aren't always humorous - and is rarely so for the person being satirized. I pixelated your logos you big baby. But my criticism stands and I will be talking about your site being run by petty, sniveling conspiracy theorists. There was no slander. Who are you kidding? Free speech, remember that? And by the way: You heisted your logo from the Gadsden flag! What a joke.

"You NEVER answered my emails for explanations - you're a coward. I was banned THREE TIMES for no reason, and you are afraid of standing up to the wormy cretins you put in power as moderators. Three strikes - I wouldn't come back to that poorly run site if you begged me to. The truth is out. TPC will fail.

"You can't avoid parody. Who do you think you are? Go pound sand, Tim. The Constitution means more than your little website.

"Funny isn't it? There turns out to be more free speech at Facebook than there is at TPC, which I PREDICTED on Facebook the day I first heard that your social network was opening up. Conservatives hate debating. Conservatives really are not very well informed, as the loudest of the loudmouths on your website prove. They get all bent out of shape when the truth upsets their right wing spin.

"And if you and your people can't stand up to big bad Jimmy Z, how in hell do you think you can stand up to Obama and his machine? What a joke! You should have stood up to the cranks at your website, but you didn't have the balls. See you around." -Jimmy Z