If you’re not aware by now that Fascists, as well as Communists, are strictly Far Left philosophies, then you are probably a member in good standing of the left-wing’s Über Doofüs division, and you need to go back to ” Der Daily Kos,” or “Das Huffington Post,” or wherever you go to get your marching orders, because what I’m about to say will no doubt go beyond your ability to comprehend (a short trip to be sure).
The shooting in Tucson Saturday (1/9/11) was a tragedy—an insane, despicable, violent act of mayhem committed by a madman. Madness is madness, and as such transcends political ideology (unless one’s ideology runs to murder, violence, chaos, and insanity). My condolences go out to the families of those who lost loved ones, or who suffered physical and/or emotional trauma—may God guide, bless, and heal them all.
That being said, I find the way that the left-wing has used this tragic occurrence to point the finger at conservatives, to be deplorable, even if expected. As if to say “See what your daring to disagree with us has led to!”
Sarah Palin has, of course, drawn the most fire. Because Palin is more “masculine” than most liberal males, and more feminine than most feminists (liberal ones at least), she continues to draw visceral, vociferous anger from the liberal “peanut gallery.” Her very existence shines a light on their lies, and puts their knickers in a knot something bad.
In addition, I found the following comment on one of Michelle Malkin’s website threads: “Clarence Dupnik, the moronic leftist sheriff of Pima County [Tucson’s county] and also a SB1070 opponent, accused Sharon Angle of being responsible for the attack when he was interviewed on KGUN-TV this morning.”
I didn’t hear the remarks concerning Angle, but I did hear Dubnik opining on Fox News later in the day. He said that the Tucson tragedy is what comes from Tea Party rhetoric—or words to that effect. One suspects that Dupnik and “Sheriff Joe” Arpaio from nearby Maricopa County, don’t get together and play cards very often. (Link)
We don’t know much about the killer at the moment—besides the fact that he’s crazy. We do know, however, that he claims that two of his favorite books are “The Communist Manifesto” and Hitler’s “Mein Kampf.” Those two vile Far Left screeds will scramble anybody’s psyche who takes them to heart. (Link)
As I mentioned earlier, crazy is crazy, and I’m not going to point at those two books as the cause of the killer’s insanity. Although I believe that taking to heart those Far Left books either individually, or certainly in tandem, will lead one down the road to hell; I would never say that believing what’s in them automatically leads to murder and violence. It sure can’t help things though.
While I’m on the subject of left-wing insanity, I want to focus attention on something one of my readers brought to my attention. It concerns real reasons why we’re experiencing climate change and is, IMHO, very important.
I’m referring to sun-spots and the shifting of the earth’s magnetic field. If climate change, and other geographic oddities, are due to the sun’s influencing the earth’s magnetic field, then the AGW global warming scam is not merely a crazy criminal/ideological attempt to rip off billions of dollars; it’s also criminal in its spreading of disinformation at a time when humanity needs all the clear data we can get. (Link)
It’s time to stop the “man-made global warming” nonsense, and let real science take the steering-wheel back from duplicitous Far Left ideologues. CO2 is largely a benign, indeed beneficial, gas (plants breathe it, for God’s sake), so let’s cut the bull, shall we, and get real.
I don’t mean to sound like an alarmist, but the fact that they just repainted the magnetic headings on my local airport’s runway, (to keep pace with the shift in the magnetic North Pole), got me looking onto polar shift, and what I found caused me to sit up and pay attention.
NASA has not only designated the sun as being a chief, if not the chief, cause of the earth’s climatic changes, but they are also looking into when the earth will flip its magnetic poles—that it will is a done deal, the only question is when.
The sun flips its poles like clock-work (every eleven years). The earth not so much. The website “Pole Reversal” says that the earth flips its poles every “5 thousand years to 50 million years….” They also note that “the last reversal happened 740,000 years ago. Some researchers think our planet is overdue for another one, but nobody knows exactly when….” (Link)
NASA, which studies the earth’s magnetic field, among its numerous other chores, says that “…in one area ‘reversed flux’ seems to be growing quite fast. Some have speculated that is the harbinger of a reversal, but what it really means is hard to say. As Yogi Berra supposedly said, ‘prediction is difficult, especially about the future.’”
NASA’s talking about a relatively benign “magnetic reversal”—the “cataclysmic pole shift” hypothesis is something else all together, and could result in catastrophic geographic upheavals world-wide (emphasis on the words “hypothesis” and “could”). There is some debate as to whether the magnetic and geographic reversals coincide with one another.
A number of scientists believe that geographic reversals have happened in the past, and will happen again in the future—the only question is when. There’s no doubt some odd things are going on with the geography and wildlife around the world. I’m just saying that perhaps we should look into the current situation with a clear unobstructed scientific lens, unclouded by ideological “faith.”
P.S. I heard that Glenn Beck threw out an Allen West/Michele Bachmann ticket as a 2012 possibility on his radio show the other day. Hmm, interesting—definitely has possibilities.
Article originally entitled, “Tucson, Polar Shift, and West/Bachman in 2012?” in Canada Free Press, 1/9/2011
Born in June of 1951 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jim O’Neill proudly served in the U.S. Navy from 1970-1974 in both UDT-21 (Underwater Demolition Team) and SEAL Team Two. A member of MENSA, he worked as a commercial diver in the waters off Scotland, India, and the United States. In 1998 while attending the University of South Florida as a journalism student, O’Neill won “First Place” in the “Carol Burnett/University of Hawaii AEJMC Research in Journalism Ethics Award.” The annual contest was set up by Carol Burnett with the money she won from successfully suing the National Enquirer for libel.
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