When hysteria hits

Having solved the problem of war, pestilence and school massacres by banning real guns, “authorities” turn their attention to toys. “It could put your eye out”, warn the nannies, “and besides, it just perpetrates our gun culture”.

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  1. Anonymous

    Limp-wristed sissies of the northeastern nanny state.

  2. Anonymous

    Any theories as to why gun violence is so much greater in America than other countries?

    • Anonymous

      Loss of morality, significant increase in fatherless and single parent households, decline of individual responsibility, increased pussification of the population, for starters. Significant increase in uneducated, lazy, absent in character, fatherless urban welfare households, where the bulk of gun violence is concentrated.

  3. Walt

    Dude –
    I found photos of you and the GAR Evil Princess. When did you start going by the name Tammy? Is that your stage name? And the GAR Evil Princess is calling herself the Baroness:
    http://sobadsogood.com/2013/01/05/intimate-photographs-of-new-yorks-fetish-lovers-by-danny-ghitis/

    Is this what you wear to open houses? You look cute, but you might want to consider doing some sit ups.
    Just sayin.

    Your Pal,
    Walt

  4. Ban on tree climbing ?
    Forget sledding, skiing, bike riding or using sharpened pencils…….

    • David Smith

      You think you’re joking.

      There already bans on playground equipment made of metal, where the child can go too fast, go too high.

  5. I bet most of us old fogies here grew up with toy guns – playing cowboys and Indians. Scalping. Shooting. My neighbor thought he was Daniel Boone and loved wearing his ‘coon skin cap to school and carried his rifle too. No one had him arrested. No one called his parents crazy. I feel so sorry for kids today. They are missing out on some of the most fun – using their imagination.

  6. AJ

    NBC’s Brian Williams is now talking about a post Newtown era for gun control, just like post 9-11. This is beginning to smell fishy.
    ‘Sandy Hook Shooting: Active-Shooter Drill Confirmed by Law Enforcement Raises Suspicion of False Flag Operation’
    http://theintelhub.com/2013/01/12/sandy-hook-shooting-active-shooter-drill-confirmed-by-law-enforcement-raises-suspicion-of-false-flag-operation/

  7. AJ

    ‘Where Does The Hatred Of Constitutionalism Come From?’
    “The Constitution of the United States is an undeniably powerful document. So powerful in fact, that it took establishment elitists with aspirations of globalized governance over a century to diminish the American people’s connection to it. It’s been a long time coming, but in the new millennium, there is now indeed a subsection of the masses that not only have no relationship to our founding roots, they actually despise those of us who do! …”
    http://www.alt-market.com/articles/1265-where-does-the-hatred-of-constitutionalism-come-from

  8. AJ

    An in your face police state to terrorize students into obedience, coming soon to a school near you:

    ‘Biden Task Force to Recommend More Armed Cops in Schools’
    “…Numerous studioes, however, demonstrate that instead of protecting students, police routinely criminalize and victimize them.

    “Disrupting class, using profanity, misbehaving on a school bus, student fights and truancy once meant a trip to the principal’s office. Today, such misbehavior results in a Class C misdemeanor ticket and a trip to court for thousands of Texas students and their families each year,” the Texas Appleseed group said in a report issued earlier this week….”

    http://www.infowars.com/biden-task-force-to-recommend-more-armed-cops-in-schools

    ‘Akron officer accused of breaking schoolgirl’s arm’

    “A mother is challenging the school assignment of an Akron police officer accused of fracturing her daughter’s arm while physically restraining the eighth-grade girl.

    The incident was recorded on a security camera at Jennings middle school. The video shows Officer Jon Morgan rushing 13-year-old Tamika Williams at a doorway and forcing the student backward across a hall and against a locker.

    The officer then grabs the girl’s left arm and spins her around, raising the arm up toward her right shoulder. At one point, the girl appears to be lifted by the officer several inches off the ground while other students mill through the hallway.

    Morgan appears to speak into the girl’s ear before escorting her by the arm to an assistant principal’s office. There is no sound to the video.

    The student, who has since turned 14, is not charged with resisting arrest or any other crime related to the Oct. 26 incident….”

    http://www.ohio.com/news/break-news/akron-officer-accused-of-breaking-schoolgirl-s-arm-1.362417

    I pledge obedience to the flag … and to the authority of the State that it stands for … one world … under edict … with liberty and justice for no one.

  9. Anonymous2

    When I was in elementary school in North Carolina in the 1950s teacher kept order in a very simple way: a misbehaving student would find himself/herself yanked up out of their seat by their belt until they were bottom up on the portion of the desk used for writing. A paddle was then vigorously applied.

    Later, in England, the paddle was replaced by the cane. Lines of blood blisters, proudly displayed to fellow students by the miscreant, resulted.

    Both the paddle and the cane are now gone replaced by psychologists, social workers lawyers and the police.

    Some call the results progress. I don’t.

    • Paddle Spanking

      Sounds like you enjoyed a good spanking on your bottom….

    • AJ

      Violence begets violence. Why is it a good thing when it’s perpetrated, especially against children, by the State?

    • AJ

      We are a sick society that sees punishment as the solution to everything whereas reward is the solution for achieving what is desired in the real world. Instead of giving trillions of dollars to corrupt, bankrupt financial institutions, and to corporate welfare, why not pay students a base salary for attending school — I’m sure many families could use the extra income — and pay commissions and bonuses for achievement, for example, an extra twenty dollars a week for getting a D instead of an F. Weekly testing, sans teachers opinions, could determine weekly pay, with bonuses awarded for quarterly testing, and brownie point bonuses awarded monthly or with report cards based on teachers’ opinions.

  10. Anonymous

    My only concern with some of these realistic looking toy guns is that some security guard with an IQ of 92 shoots some kid playing with one.

    • AJ

      You must be talking about some other country, not the United States of America. ‘Cops Get Away with Attacking Citizens':

      Cops break into man’s house without warrant and shoot him in his bed.
      ‘”Justified”: Uniformed Invaders Shoot a Man 16 Times in his Bed’
      http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/130379.html

      • AJ

        Sorry, the original video attached to the url changed. How that happens on a YouTube channel, I don’t know. The tape showed a big thug of a cop elbowing a mentally unstable woman in the face as if he were in combat because she was shouting. It also showed a guy who was lying on the ground but up on his elbows, and a cop walks up to him and kicks him in the head like he was punting a football for no apparent reason. The story is that the video tells you what happened except for when it’s a video of a cop.

        What’s surprising is not the cop’s actions, there are plenty of similar videos out there, but that even though both of these cops had a history of previous similar incidents, a court found that their actions were justified.

  11. AJ Nock

    Do you really need to subject us to those disgusting weight loss ads? They are even worse than those cleffed lip ads you used to complain about.