Daily Links

In the final days before the next President is inaugurated, the outgoing administration has been implementing a scorched-earth policy at a fever pace. Along with expelling Russian diplomats to perpetuate a false narrative, the executive branch has been pumping out countless “regulations” which have no basis in constitutional authority, and declaring land “national monuments” for the express purpose of spiting the militias.

Ask yourself: If Barack Hussein Obama were an enemy of the United States who was hell-bent on causing as much chaos as possible before being kicked out of power, what would he be doing differently?

On the immigration front, uniparty-Republicans are already attempting to place obstacles in the way of meaningful border security. It seems that many so-called Republicans want the federal government to do everything except perform the specific duties of the federal government. Consequences be damned.

Europe is facing similar problems. As Vox Day reminds us, “The first function of government is to protect the nation it governs. Any government that cannot, or will not, do that first and foremost, is illegitimate.”

Remember that the next time one of your fellow countrymen is victimized by an alien invader whose vote canceled out yours in the last federal election.

The Poles, to their credit, have recognized this and have sent a strong message. If the government refuses to protect its citizens from migrant hordes, the citizens will eventually be forced to take action on their own. Today it is bricks and rocks. In the future, once the facade of government protection from the invaders is rightly perceived to be an illusory lie, the revanchism will be far worse.

The mass rapes and sexual assaults of New Year’s Eve 2015 in Germany led to a massive police presence for the 2016 celebration (now that the German government has stopped covering it up and pretending that it didn’t happen). Gates of Vienna points out the unsustainability of such measures. You can have diversity, or you can have a functioning society. You cannot have both.

In France, Mohammedan migrants marked the coming of the new year by burning nearly 1,000 cars.

Elsewhere on New Year’s Eve, dozens of people were killed when a gunman dressed as Santa Claus opened fire in a popular nightclub in Constantinople. He was just another Mohammedan doing what Mohammedans do.

Puerto Rico hopes that statehood will save it from its reckless and irresponsible government. That’s right, Puerto Ricans have recklessly spent themselves into an economic disaster, and now want you to bail them out.

“The United States cannot pretend to be a model of democracy for the world while it discriminates against 3.5 million of its citizens in Puerto Rico, depriving them of their right to political, social and economic equality under the U.S. flag,”

First, the United States is not a democracy. Second, if the Puerto Ricans (who are not full U.S. citizens) do not like living under the free protection offered by the American military, surely the American government should have no problem letting Puerto Rico form its own island nation. Unfortunately, Puerto Rico has already proven wholly unfit to govern itself.

As supporters streamed early on Monday toward the Capitol building, one yelled out, “Today, a new Puerto Rico begins!” to the cheers of others, including those holding U.S. flags.

The flag pictured in the article was not an American flag. The American flag has 50 stars.

Your “smart” home is spying on you. Not only that, but it is being used to collect evidence for your prosecution. Unplug the microphones. Tape over the webcams. There is no legitimate purpose for your toaster to connect to the internet.

Children in ISIS-controlled territory in the Middle-East are being trained in combat and to execute “unbelievers.” Remember this the next time you’re told that “they’re only women and children.”

The Kakistocracy Blog has a very interesting takedown on George Soros’ naked plea for more statist globalism.

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One Response to Daily Links

  1. TMFKACK says:

    Can’t we just give Puerto Rico to the Cubans? Or Haiti? Why do we need it? Is there some harbor or land base that is critical to our country? Aside from baseball players and maybe some good cigar tobacco, what’s so important about Puerto Rico?


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