Before I begin with the Boston Bombing incident, I would like to thank fellow Americans and those in Congress for their efforts that paid off by trashing the bill in the Senate against the Second Amendment. While the diehard, useful idiots, cried out in the senate building: Shame on You! – the shame is upon them and anyone who initiated the bill [Senator Dianne Feinstein] and those other politicians who trashed their oaths of office in supporting it.
In view of the fact that people were killed by two bombs set off by two immigrant “refugees” who used pressure cookers to make the bombs, one would think that Senator Dianne Feinstein is now working on a bill to ban pressure cookers. After all, an eight-year-old child was killed in that horrific blast, and like the Sandy Hook incident – the object used must be banned. In the case of the Sandy Hook incident, evidence points out two semi-auto pistols were used because the “assault” weapon was left in Adam Lanza’s mother’s vehicle, who he murdered before going to the school. Whatever be the case, the media will not rectify their errors in jumping to conclusions without significant evidence in their zeal to report news against the Second Amendment.
Of course, Senator Feinstein is most likely NOT working on a bill to ban pressure cookers because the government does not raise a fury against pressure cookers, just firearms – well, at least in the hands of all citizens not appointed by the government elite.
Of course, we have to worry about King Obama, the unconstitutional president, who claimed that the fight to disarm lawful citizens is far from over. Mayors, police chiefs, and governors continue to assault the Second Amendment in various states and localities; but there is good news in the state of Kansas, as the Tea Party organization reported from the New American …
…As the votes were being counted in the Senate, one senator exclaimed: “Passage of SB 102 means that the Second Amendment and the Tenth Amendment are alive and well in Kansas!” … Indeed. Not only does the bill declare that “any act, treaty, order, rule or regulation of the government of the United States which violates the second amendment of the constitution of the United States is null, void and unenforceable in the state of Kansas,” it bases its legality on the Second, Ninth, and 10th Amendments: … The ninth [and tenth] amendment[s] to the constitution of the United States guarantee to the people rights not granted in the constitution and reserve to the people of Kansas certain rights as they were understood at the time that Kansas was admitted to statehood in 1861. … The bill is based on the state constitution of Kansas as well: Section 4 of the bill of rights of the constitution of the state of Kansas clearly secures to Kansas citizens, and prohibits government interference with, the right of individual Kansas citizens to keep and bear arms. … The bill has real teeth, as it expands on its declarations that any of these federal government intrusions is null and void. It prohibits any employee of Kansas from helping the federal government to enforce these intrusions and declares as unlawful any attempts by any federal government employee to enforce such intrusions, making such efforts a felony in the state. It not only covers individual citizens in the state but also protects manufacturers of firearms or firearms parts or suppliers to those manufacturers. In other words, if it has anything to do with firearms in the state of Kansas, the federal government cannot do anything that the state considers to be unconstitutional.
More than 30 state legislatures this year have considered pro-Second Amendment nullification bills, but as of this writing none of these bills has been enacted into law. In his review of the bill in Missouri heading for Brownback’s desk, Michael Boldin, the founder of the Tenth Amendment Center, was exultant, declaring, “No state has passed such a strong nullification bill in modern American history.” … It’s the combination of these efforts that’s spelling the doomsday and the death knell for federal enforcement of unconstitutional gun laws. If the states won’t comply, that hamstrings federal agents who are used to having their way with state law-enforcement agencies. Without their help, federal agents are emasculated. As the “physics of the law of economics” proceeds, the federal government will inevitably have fewer and fewer resources available to enforce its will on the states. … With Kansas SB 102 likely to become law before the end of the week, other states considering similar measures will no doubt be encouraged. The “piling on” effect is likely to continue to stifle federal attempts to trample sacred and precious rights. By beating the first path through the snow, the Kansas legislation is only going to make it easier for other states to follow suit, passing similar laws and strengthening those already on their books.
– Everyone has read about the suspects of the Boston Bombing. They came to this country as refugees from persecution, et cetera; and then show their gratitude by killing Americans [allegedly]. Infowars believes the root of the bombing goes deeper because some people present stated they were told a bomb drill was being enacted just before the two bombs exploded, killing three and wounding many others. Boston officials denied or did not answer questions pertaining to that drill.
– Read what David Horowitz has to say about the Boston incident. As he concludes in the last paragraph in his article:
Boston has exposed this as the Big Lie and fatuous delusion that it has always been. The Boston killers were treated better in America than all but an elite among Americans born here who love their country. They were given scholarships, they were admitted to the most exclusive prep schools, they lived in a Cambridge environment where critics of Islamic terror were regarded as Islamophobes and they as a minority deserving special consideration and concern. And yet they hated us. They hated America and ordinary Americans like the victims of their mayhem, and enlisted in the army of our mortal enemies. They hated us because they were fanatical believers in the idea that Mohammed had desired them to kill infidels and purify the earth for Allah. This is the face of our enemy and the sooner the delusional liberals among us wake up to this fact, the safer all of us will be.
It disturbs me with a burning question: Why leave a country because of violence, go to a country to be free of it, and then use violence against citizens of a country where one seeks refuge?
I don’t have a single American friend. I don’t understand them.
It was also reported by his cousin that he was never happy, never cheering, never smiling. He used to strike his girlfriend. He hurt her a few times. He was not a nice man. I don’t like to speak about him. He caused problems for my family.
– Daniel Greenfield analyzed the media, specifically the article by David Sirota at Salon, that wishes were that the Boston Marathon bomber(s) would be white American terrorists. Like Senator Feinstein waiting for an incident like Sandy Hook to submit her firearm and magazine ban bill. As News Busters wrote: Sorry, David Sirota: Looks Like Boston Bombing Suspects Not White Americans.
– See Also the Glazov Gang videos discussing about the bombers being white American terrorists.
– CNN got a great story of where the suspect was cornered and the terrified family whose boat he had hidden in.
– One wonders, like Front Page Mag, what nonsensical commentary will come up with reasons why the brothers killed innocent people in Boston.
– Al Qaeda magazine provided instructions to make bomb from pressure cooker.
– The Activist Post traces Chechen Terrorist Network back to the US State Department, with no surprise considering the ongoing [and not answered] investigation concerning the Benghazi incident.
– Time’s Swampland provides a short history of pressure-cooker bombs.