Partial List of Bans Against Truth: Andrew Anglin Asks Which Side are YOU On?

Microchip has been banned from Twitter over a hundred times but continues to sneak back on. I believe some readers here told me that Ambrose Kane has been shut down. Stormfront has been shut down.

Any others you know about?

List linked in this Daily Stormer article.

What we want is a return to normalcy, a return to sanity.

That is all.

We do not want Jews running our nation, we do not want to be overrun by Third Worlders, and we do not want our race and civilization destroyed – just as no sane person did prior to about the 1950s.

The people who are now censoring us do want those things.

They are part of a system that is hellbent on destroying us.

Charlottesville made it clear for everyone that that is what this current system wants, and will stop at nothing to get.

We are in a war, and the stakes have never been higher.

This is a war for our very genetic survival.

Expecting our enemies – who want America turned into a third world hellhole – to respect our freedom of speech, would be pretty naive.

Of course they want us silenced.

But: are we going to allow them to get away with it?

Are we – the good, decent, law-abiding Americans – going to stand by silently as they ban everyone who doesn’t agree with their insane liberal ideology from the internet, one by one?

That is what is going to happen if we don’t fight this tooth and nail.

Rights are not “inherent.” Arguably, they don’t exist at all. What do exist are privileges, and these flow from power. At best there are privileges that are viewed as sacred enough by enough of a people or a nation that they are respected without having to be demanded – or denied – at the barrel of a gun.

But these privileges/rights are eternally in peril.

The Founders were well aware of this, and that is why they made the Second Amendment the right to bear arms.

That will no doubt be viewed as a radical statement, but it is not a call for violent revolution, it is simply stating a historical fact.

We’re not going to overthrow the government, at least not any time soon (although doing so at this point would indeed be in keeping with the warnings and directives of the Founding Fathers), but what we can do is make a lot of noise.

We need to turn the screws as tight as we can. Pressure works, and we need all hands on deck to apply it in mighty doses.

The only reason, effectively, that any politically active individual would not stand up against this insane wave of censorship, this assault on the most basic of all of our freedoms, would be because they, too, are in the enemy camp, and wish our destruction.

Make your choice.

We aren’t going to get a second chance. The future of civilization rests on our willingness to fight against this tyranny.

Ultimately, people will either die knowing they stood up for what is right in this hour of darkness, or they will die knowing that they stayed silent because they were afraid.

Those who choose the latter are betraying America and her heroic Founders, who themselves risked life and limb to win us these precious freedoms that are now under assault.

Which side are you on?

Pat Buchanan: What Still Unites Us?

JEFFERSON MEMORIAL IN WASHINGTON, D. C.

If democracy and the American constitution have created this clusterfreak of a country, then there’s something wrong with democracy and the constitution.

Would National Socialism or a monarchy cure our ills?

Henry Ford thought that the problems America faced could be overcome by the arrest of the top 50 Jews who were leading the country to destruction. Still true?

Pat has no answers, but he lays out the problems pretty well.

buchanan.org

By Patrick J. Buchanan

Decades ago, a debate over what kind of nation America is roiled the conservative movement.

Neocons claimed America was an “ideological nation” a “creedal nation,” dedicated to the proposition that “all men are created equal.”

Expropriating the biblical mandate, “Go forth and teach all nations!” they divinized democracy and made the conversion of mankind to the democratic faith their mission here on earth.

With his global crusade for democracy, George W. Bush bought into all this. Result: Ashes in our mouths and a series of foreign policy disasters, beginning with Afghanistan and Iraq.

Behind the Trumpian slogan “America First” lay a conviction that, with the Cold War over and the real ideological nation, the USSR, shattered into pieces along ethnic lines, it was time for America to come home.

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Winning! Promised Conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch Delivering for Trump

Wow! Justice Neil Gorsuch is meeting expectations held by conservatives. He hasn’t had his head turned by lib-think. President Trump hit a home run with him.

If Donald Trump also keeps the world out of nuclear Armageddon and gets the wall going, his election was worth all the blood, sweat, and tears that Trump supporters gave last year. Gorsuch is going to be an asset to liberty for a long time to come. It would be icing on the cake if Trump were able to put a couple of other equally conservative justices on the Court.

Excerpt from CNN

Washington (CNN)In his scant two and a half months on the bench, Justice Neil Gorsuch has proven he’s no ordinary junior-most justice.

From his first day on the bench when he dominated oral arguments, to Monday, when he wrote a dissent in a case related to gay marriage, joined his conservative colleagues in a fiery response to the travel ban case and possibly provided the necessary fourth vote for the court to hear a major religious liberty case, Gorsuch has broken the mold.

Gorsuch is already delivering as the strong conservative President Donald Trump promised his voters when he ran for office last year.

“Whereas new justices usually take a beat before they start opining on every issue the court does (and doesn’t) address, Justice Gorsuch has asserted his exceptionally conservative views early and often across a dizzying range of hot-button issues,” said Joshua Matz, a lawyer and former clerk to Justice Anthony Kennedy.

Gorsuch’s recent opinions prove the point.

On Monday, Justice Clarence Thomas, joined by Gorsuch and Justice Samuel Alito, chastized their colleagues for not going far enough in the travel ban cases. The troika would have allowed all of Trump’s executive order banning people from six majority-Muslim countries to go into effect immediately.

Furthermore, they said that their colleagues’ “compromise” — allowing in people with connections to the United States — would “prove unworkable.”

And the three justices said that, at the end of the day, the Trump administration is likely to succeed in the case as applied to all non-citizens.

In another case Monday, the court ruled in favor of two married same-sex couples in Arkansas who challenged a state law that did not allow both partners to be listed as parents on a birth certificate. In an unsigned, majority opinion, the court cited Obergefell v. Hodges, the landmark 2015 opinion that legalized gay marriage, to summarily reverse the Arkansas lower court.

Gorsuch dissented. This time he wrote for the trio of himself, Thomas and Alito: “The statute in question establishes a set of rules designed to ensure that the biological parents of a child are listed on the child’s birth certificate.” Gorsuch’s biggest complaint was that the majority thought it was such an easy case and handled as a summary reversal it without setting it for full briefing and argument.

“Summary reversal is usually reserved for cases where the law is settled and stable, the facts are not in dispute and the decision below is clearly in error,” Gorsuch wrote.

Not even Chief Justice John Roberts, who wrote the principal dissent in Obergefell, signed on.

Gorsuch’s impact might also have been in play in a case the court decided to take up for next term.

Long before Gorsuch took the bench, a religious liberty case lurked on the docket as the justices decided whether to take it up next term. On Monday the court finally pulled the trigger after months of inexplicable inaction.

Next term, the court will consider the case of a Colorado baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex couple’s wedding reception because he said it would violate his religious liberty. The couple sued and won under a state anti discrimination law. While no one knows the vote count, the unusual timing implies that there might not have been the necessary fourth vote to hear the case until Gorsuch was ready to participate.

“One of the biggest themes of Justice Gorsuch’s confirmation process was his commitment to an especially strong view of how the Constitution protects religious liberty,” said Steve Vladeck, CNN Supreme Court analyst and professor of law at the University of Texas School of Law.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: Thomas Jefferson on Banks

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by American Patriot Samuel Adams

Learn more about Founding Father Samuel Adams at Wikipedia.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by John Adams on Freedom

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by John Adams

Learn more about the second president of the United States at Wikipedia.

John Adams (October 30 [O.S. October 19] 1735 – July 4, 1826) was an American patriot who served as the second President of the United States (1797–1801) and the first Vice President (1789–97).[1] He was a lawyer, diplomat, statesman, political theorist, and, as a Founding Father, a leader of the movement for American independence from Great Britain.[2] He was also a dedicated diarist and correspondent, particularly with his wife and closest advisor Abigail.