It's September 1 and the 9th anniversary of the brutal rape and slaughter of innocents at School #1 in the town of Beslan, Russia. There they call it "Russia's 9-11". In the "peace" since that attack I have sometimes wondered when the next major act of war will be perpetrated against us by Muslims. But, hey, is there such a thing as a minor act of war? It's kind of like being a little bit pregnant, isn't it? While we're checking the score; has there been any real peace since that sunny September day nine years ago? Peace is not the absence of conflict. Joseph Alleine wrote: Two sorts of peace are more to be dreaded than all the troubles in the world — peace with sin, and peace in sin. And what is Islam but a huge and horrible sin perpetrated by delusional thugs against people who have no discernment. To comment on Alleine; those who find “peace” with Islam to me means they look at it and find no reason for alarm. Those at “peace” in Islam are those who have stepped into it and find nothing to rudely awaken the conscience, nothing putrid and shitty and evil; the "god" and "prophet" of Islam are to be feared and obeyed and it’s therefore proper and just to slay everyone and anyone who dares to say or think otherwise.
Why would I select either of those two options since they’re both so evidently and eternally the only choices seen and made by the weak and the wicked?
Tacitus wrote in 117 AD: Miseram pacem vel belli bene mutari... A peace may be so wretched as not to be ill-exchanged for war. That means, of course, that the peace which some believe we now enjoy may actually be a sort of Potemkin Village. Behind the nicely painted facade is a twisted and vile structure called Islam that must be dismantled and defused. The facade must be torn down as well. Or, it means that the end of hostilities after a war is lost and a people enslaved is so miserable to the conquered that going to war again to fight for freedom is a better option than life under the boot of the oppressor.
The picture above was taken in San Marino, a tiny republic within the borders of Italy. As of this moment, I have found no other monument, save a few in Russia, commemorating the massacre of these children and those in whose care they were entrusted and those who tried to rescue them all. The fifth smallest country in the whole wide world ~ about 24 square miles and 30,000 people ~ remembers but the USA doesn't. Since Beslan we’ve had no attacks of such a kind ~ including Sandy Hook Elementary ~ on US schools. But does that mean there's peace like a river flowing gently past the school just down the road from you? Nope. The spectre of horror and murder still lurks in nearby shadows. So, we place a somewhat reasonable expectation in our local police to take the threat seriously and faithfully train for that “Perfect Day" explained well for your edification, here. But, and I hope you know this already: the police have no duty to protect you personally. They are sworn to protect the public at-large and operate under the legal boundaries set by their bosses who are too often over-educated clowns. This means that if the mayor or the governor or the POTUS doesn’t want his agents and police officers and deputies and dog-catchers and librarians to enforce a statute on the books, then that law won’t be enforced. And, those “leaders” will fund and allow only training that fits their illusory, irrational paradigms. As proof, the FBI ~ here ~ and Chicago PD ~ here ~ surrendered to a Muslim supremacist group, CAIR, without a shot being fired.
Too, some of the dulling of some law enforcement swords comes from the very ones who wield them. See here how one of the top law enforcement online publications in the US chooses to yuk if up rather than focus like a laser on being mentally and physically ready to take on and destroy the enemy. See the Top 10 list on the linked-to page above and notice that one is a dig on Chuck Norris: Oh, no; we wouldn’t want that kind of officer on our department, wouldn’t want that kind of partner next to us in the patrol car, couldn’t abide such a dinosaur in our sleigh-load full of progressive dipshits. So, since Chuck is evidently a punch-line to many cops, let’s see what kind of man he really is. In 2011 he wrote a column for WorldNetDaily which you can find here. Take a look at the entire set of writings and tell me it’s wrong for a police officer of any rank to have such an attitude.
The way it should be.
The video clip depicts what we need to do to all terrorists and bad-actors. No respect, zero tolerance; just disdain and a good ass-beatin' along with a bullet in the COM to those who have it comin'. We haven’t done anything wrong, we owe no one an apology, we need not bend the knee to any despot or dirt-bag. Why is it good to be a cop or a law enforcement agency of any stripe who or which takes pride in not being like Chuck Norris. I'm serious here. In my years on the street, I learned the truth: some people need to get their asses handed to them on a regular basis. And some people need to be killed. Period.
Thanks, Mr. Norris, for saying what needed to be said.
So, why would anyone chide Mr. Norris for his views on politics and religion? What does anyone have against ~ as Norris has manifestly done throughout his life up until this very day I presume ~ staying in shape and training for combat, having an aggressive attitude about taking out bad-guys? Why is that funny? It is a good thing. Of course, the P1 page linked to above tells the reader that it's just humor meant to take the edge off rough days and times and occurrences. But by making fun of it the message also sent is that to be tough and ready and patriotic and honest and fearless is bad and wrong and risible. I mean, we have Chuck Norris who's not really a cop or a soldier and so can't do a damn thing about public policy other than what he's done over the years, some of which is shown in the clips here and then we have the Sheriff of Los Angeles County here who has bent over for his local Muslims, taking it in the shorts for all of unincorporated LA, jerking off the Muslims in his AO because he thinks his "education" and those shiny gold stars on his collar mean he knows which way is up. Who do you want to laugh at? Baca is the one who needs to be soaked in a deluge of disdain for being a fool, not Chuck Norris.
This way is up.
I’m making something of nothing? Take a look here at how Sue Rahr ~ Executive Director of the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission ~ is pushing her agenda of turning warriors into hand-wringers. On purpose. Who is Sue and how does she start her morning? Look here. Believe me: anyone who endorses the Seattle Times and calls them truth-tellers is delusional at best and an outright liar at worst. And yet she now sets policy for all law enforcement officers being trained in the state of Washington, way up and over there in the Pacific Northwest. The simple truth, Sue, is what I said above: some people need to have their asses handed to them now and then; some people in certain circumstances need to be killed. Without mercy. Without apology.
LEED: There are some people who should not be Listened to but need to sit down and shut the fuck up and made to do so by force if they can't understand that for themselves for any reason. There are times when a cop does not need to Explain himself beyond, ... because I said so, motherfucker. There are people who are not Equal to or even close to being as good as others and in their inadequacy and moral want they wallow and wander and make vicitims of the fools and innocents they stalk and stumble across along their way, and these predators need to have the math done for them by warriors, like this: You, dirt-bag, are not worth one moment of the life of the little boy you're threatening with your broken beer bottle or chopped AK so this calculus lesson is over now... Boom. The Dignity of an innocent is worth more than the dignity of any person posing a threat to that innocent. Sue wants us to believe that the Muslims at Beslan who repeatedly raped and sodomized every woman and girl they could get to and executed every male big enough to resist are just as dignified and worthy of our respect as the hundreds of Beslan folk who were brutalized in unimaginable ways in what was a planned blood-bath. The Beslan massacre was carried out by savages who don't deserve the dignity of two bullets in the head but only to be kept alive in hell-fire for eternity.
The further Rahr drags her officers away from these truths, the longer it will take for those would-be warriors to discover or remember reality and act decisively and with enough force of violence to stop bad-guys who need to be stopped. Sue is unfit to lead warriors. Period. Want to know the most obvious reason? Take a look at that hair-do. When you're a real street-cop, not a Barbie doll, you know that the more handles you give a bad-guy in a fight the worse it can go for you as he or she grabs onto your ~ in this case ~ mane-like do and slams your stupid but fashionable head into as many hard objects and surfaces he or she can find on the way to the pavement. Sue, it's your job to lead by example. Get it? The example you set is that it's okay for any law enforcement officer, especially a woman, to wear dangerously long hair. Great. For the sake of your insipid vanity, you place female cops at risk as they follow you down exactly the wrong path.
Back to P1: I will try to balance my criticism of whoever there wants to push the laugh button by providing the link here. It seems that at P1 ~ and surely elsewhere ~ there are those who understand the warrior ethos and how it’s absolutely necessary in this time and circumstance. We can’t, whether we are cops or unsworn warriors, put down our swords and pretend nothing is wrong and therefore there is nothing to do. Humor is a luxury we cannot afford right now, in my view. And, even when there is nothing to do, there is always something to be.
Speaking of nothing, the article found here tells of an exercise that was supposed make us all warm and fuzzy. Here’s a sentence from it which bothers me: Officials claim the drills are to make the public feel “safe” in light of claims that the alleged Boston Bombers had planned a July 4 terror attack in New York. The use of quotation marks around “safe” tells me the exercise is meant to make me feel something I am really not, something someone just says I am but in reality I am far from. If they put the quotation marks on “feel” that doesn’t change anything. And why would they just conduct this exercise on 4 July? They need to do more recon-in-force missions at regular but random times and locations, not just once or twice a year using the handy-dandy terrorist American Holidays on Which We Kill Unbelievers Wherever We Find Them calendar. The clause “wherever you find them” from Qur’an 9:5 shows that their attacks will be random and unpredictable. Why do these geniuses think they can schedule attacks for the attackers?
So even though I slammed the FBI above, I'll give them a point or two for finding the training here and taking it to other law enforcement agencies. How much you want to bet they take all the credit for the course content? In the article, Chris Combs, probably an FBI media handler, said: ‘‘You don’t need negotiators, you don’t have time for SWAT teams, you need to get in there as fast as possible and stop the killing." Guess what. This is exactly what John Giduck and I have been saying for years... see below. But these Fan Belt Inspectors say the training is offered because of one shooter at Sandy Hook Elementary? Really? They can't man up and admit that Islam animated the savages at Beslan and so they train for what they'll have to do when that kind of attack is committed here? No, all their hard work and training has nothing to do with the threat of Islam but only with snuffing some lone cracker punk who's mad at his mommy and wants to go out with a bang.
Good on Texas State University at San Marcos
for being so far ahead of the power curve on this issue.
Hey, do they have a hockey team?
Where I’m going with this ~ again ~ is here: for reasons we cannot see or control way too many of our leaders are either unable or unwilling to recognize the deadly threat posed by Islam and so they are unprepared to do what is necessary to prevent the next major or minor attack and unprepared to defeat such attackers in a toe-to-toe battle on some schoolyard or in some shopping mall or park or church in Anywhere USA. That’s the truth. So, as ugly as it was, Beslan can be perpetrated here; where you live, where you went to school when you were a kid, where your grandkids go now, where you buy your cigars and medieval armor and bath powder and brain-freezing yogurt, where you turn hymnal pages or raise your hands in Hallelujah or kneel for communion.
There. Where you are.
Still, though there is a high probability that law enforcement ignorance and inaction will play into a massacre such as that at Beslan, surely some agencies will do what’s right to both prevent such an attack and to end it using superior force as quickly as possible if prevention turns out to have been in vain. Since you can’t know for sure what your local cops will do or not do, then you can only do what you can do. I’ve written about that at this site over the years and here again are the links to what I've suggested. I ask that you take the time to check out carefully all the links to what I've written on this vital subject. And I will again encourage you to read John Giduck’s book, Terror at Beslan, which you can find on Amazon, I'm sure. Though some of his recommendations may seem impossible to deploy because no government leader will ever fully put them into practice, in a perfect world, mayors and governors and presidents would do the right thing and push Giduck’s suggestions into statutes and common practices so that we need never again fear anyone rolling fervent and fully armed into the parking lots of our schools prepared for and intent on Muslim mayhem.
In his book, Giduck writes: Russian Spetsnaz officers are adamant that this approach is necessary for the rescue of as many hostages as possible and the resolution of any terrorist hostage siege. The outline is simple and perhaps ingenious in its simplicity:
- Use negotiations to stabilize the situation
- Use negotiations to delay and prepare for an assault
- Develop an assault plan Practice the assault plan
But is that what people like Sue Rahr and LASO Sheriff Baca will advise, train, permit? I'd guess no.
UK cops doing what they're trained to do, and what Rahr will make of NW cops in no time flat. And, in a similar demonstration of morons running from wild beasts, it looks like there are lots and lots of people here who think they're brave as they run with the bulls. I wonder how many of those heroes have the courage to run with the guy in the red and white shirt below, with the Russian soldiers, toward certain danger and possible death. Of course, what he's doing is probably ill-advised, running unarmed with soldiers to rescue children but I don't know at what point in time this picture was taken. During the initial rush toward the children? After the assault was finished and they were running to help out the injured? The point is the guy in the picture is motivated by a good, strong heart whether he's right or wrong in a tactical sense. Bull-runners are just plain narcissistic show-offs who think they're cool and courageous because they out-ran a bovine... or not.
So, what are you going to do?
Saint Mark is the patron saint of lions. I mean, who knew that? So, I want to encourage those cops who have been trained in proper response tactics using the course material created and provided by Texas State University at San Marcos. Go ahead and roar, you lions. And, as I look at the face of the child in the memorial statue at the top of this page, I can believe the look is either that of fear or outrage. I choose to see it as outrage: the child, all children, imploring all of us to do whatever it takes to protect them, until their voices rise in unision to a roar heard in every ear and every heart.
God, let it be so.