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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Behold the chickensquawk

"This Is Just the Beginning," warned online journalist Hamilton Nolan. He worked at Gawker until it folded after outing a billionaire, who then financed Hulk Hogan's privacy lawsuit that forced Gawker out of business.

Hamilton Nolan

Nolan's beginning is the Red Hen restaurant kicking Sarah Sanders and her family out. The owner then hounded and stalked members of the party who tried to eat elsewhere.

"Do you think that being asked to leave a restaurant, or having your meal interrupted, or being called by the public is bad? My fascism-enabling friends, this is only the beginning," Nolan wrote.

In his world, the victim of politically inspired violence is the fascist.

Nolan is a product of America's failed experiment in turning over its schools to godless Marxists. His argument is that we must bring violence to people whom he disagrees with. His column included a list of strawmen that he bravely defeated.

"The people who pass the laws that incarcerate others never have to face the full force of the prison system themselves. The people who design the economic system that inflicts poverty on millions are themselves rich. This sort of insulation from the real world consequences of political and economic decisions makes it very easy for powerful people to approve of things happening to the rest of us that they would never, ever tolerate themselves. No health insurance CEO would watch his child die due to their inability to afford quality health care. No chickenhawk Congressman will be commanding a tank battle in Iran. No opportunistic race-baiting politician will be shunned because of their skin color. Zealots condemn gay people — except for their own gay children. The weed-smoking of young immigrants should get them deported — but our own weed-smoking was a youthful indiscretion. Environmentalist celebrities fly on carbon-spouting private jets. Banks make ostentatious charity donations while raking in billions from investments in defense contractors and gun manufacturers and oil companies," Nolan wrote.

I am curious about why he wants to send congressmen to Iran in tanks. He could have used Afghanistan as an example. I mean we are in a war there.

Speaking of chickenhawks, Nolan wants violence. He's a chickensquawk. All talk, no walk.

"Read a recent history book. The U.S. had thousands of domestic bombings per year in the early 1970s. This is what happens when citizens decide en masse that their political system is corrupt, racist, and unresponsive," Nolan wrote.

Funny thing about the 1970s, few people supported the bombers or the Symbionese Liberation Army. The 1970s led to the 1980s, with President Reagan assuming office. He was as hated by the Left as they hate President Trump today.

There is a cluelessness about the piece that comes from being a kid who has never heard the word, "No."

Except he is not a snot-nosed kid.

He's a snot-nosed adult who refuses to be a man.

Nolan illustrated his story with a picture of Larry King's limo on fire after fascists torched it as they protested the Inauguration Day of President Donald John Trump.

I don't know why they torched Larry King's limo. I don't think they know why. But they did.

But that is how these things end with innocents being hurt. This is why the real men who fought the American Revolution afterward opted for a government of the people, by the people, and for the people with elections and the like.

Those who cannot accept the result of the last election are the ones trying to tear down our democracy.

They will fail just as they did in the 1970s and the 1860s.


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  1. Didn't the torched limo belong to a limousine service owned by a legal immigrant? This Nolan fellow is clearly a seditionist and needs to be arrested and prosecuted. - Elric

    1. The burning limo is a classic allegory for the left. They don't care who owns it, only what it looks like and who rides in it.

      Appearance over substance; fiction over fact ad nauseam.

    2. Michael Caine, in his autobiography, said that the difference between America and England could be summed up in a workingman watching a Rolls Royce driving by.
      The English workingman watches the Rolls pass and mutters about how it's unfair that some rich bastard should own a car that nice while HE has to work for a living- NOBODY should own a car like that while other people work... how dare they … et cetera ad nauseum.

      The American workingman gives the Rolls a calculating look and says, "When I make my pile I'm gonna buy one just like that..."

    3. “Socialism never took root in America because the poor see themselves not as an exploited proletariat but as temporarily embarrassed millionaires.” --Ronald Wright (Disappointed Canadian Socialist)

  2. This is why I think the election will drive the Left up the freaking wall.

    But, then, they don't remember '68.

  3. The shrillness is hurting them bigtime.

    If we can we need to get them to keep up this level of hysteria all the way through to November.

    1. Where can we contribute to giving Maxine Waters much more air-time?

  4. The parlor pink claimed that "The U.S. had thousands of bombing per year in the early 1970's." I have found references to that figure in other sources and they say they got it from the FBI. Yet, I can't find the FBI's actual report to that effect. Since the FBI reported that 184 people were killed by terrorists in the entire decade, all those thousands of bombs seem to have had a surprisingly low death toll. I wonder, did the FBI count bomb threats as "bombings"? If so, then what the parlor pink is warning us about is the kind of terrorism which is committed with telephones rather than bombs.

  5. ANNIE get your gun... 30's germany is coming to a neighborhood near you

  6. I'm seeing an increase in interest, photos and remembrances of the LA Riots for Korea Town, when armed Korean shop owners and their armed family members defended their stores from mobs.
    A good lesson to learn.

  7. I can’t stop chuckling. If THAT is the kind of guy they’re gonna put up against us in the Second Civil War, well, like Herb Brooks said, “Piece of cake, boys.” He looks like a runner. He’ll get plenty of running (for his life) if he keeps this up.

    Here’s my idea: Third Manassas. I’ve got a good game plan brewing. Just a matter of getting the other side onto the field.

    1. Third Manassas -I like that.
      I had family on Both sides..

    2. Whoa. Must make for some interesting Thanksgivings, TG!

  8. Nolan thinks the Red Hen vs. Sanders confrontation was a victory. The restaurant is currently closed. It will go out of business as it is in a county and surrounded by counties that went for PDJT. THe owner has also resigned as the executive director of the towns Main Street Lexington group.

    So too will Nolan be a footnote in history and out of business.

    1. Nolan is right. The Red Hen is just the beginning. Just not the beginning he thinks. It's the beginning of the end.

  9. Nolan seems to be unaware that a coup that is known in advance is a coup that does not take place.