Posts Tagged ‘liberties’

What a great guy

If someone wouldn’t know anything of his professional and civic life, nothing of his struggles, nothing of his history – just this one speech by his son the priest at his funeral would give one an idea of a scale of the person that was Antonin Scalia.


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Have to say, my idea of perfect Blizzard Day (to hole up on a sofa with a cup of hot black tea and piece of ricotta-blueberry pie, watching Angelina in Maleficent) is positively cowardly and mediocre – compared to these PIC (yep, “partners in crime”, you knew it).

Note the news cut at the beginning. Billie d B is a disgusting socialist ninny-dictator.


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Attack on women

No, not just in Germany.

In the minds of conservatives, victims “are asking for it”. Read the thread. Barbarians – not only those raping women in Cologne. But the people who – supposedly – are in the same trench with us.


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Как-то слишком всё хорошо и удачно последнюю неделю – ух, неспроста! Надо бы поосторожнее.

Получила приглашение на обход showrooms в СОХО ->прогулялась с радостью, увидела много чего замечательного (плиточки и light sculpture, например, какие были прекрасные в Blackbody -> везде отмечали на входе, а вчера оказалось: отмечали не просто так, а внесли в raffle для билета на любое кино в Arch.& Des. Film Fest -> и я таки выиграла билетик.


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Of all the “news” sources describing train incident in France, only American Jacksonville TV station’ headline said:2 U.S. service members, civilian stop attacker on train in Europe.

The rest call all three brave Americans – “soldiers”, including our own CNN.

They clearly don’t understand the concept of National Guard, personal responsibility and, wider, citizen’s duty. Europeans used to delegate defense (personal and public) to State, so they automatically call defenders – government employees.

That’s the difference between countries surrendered to statism – and US, with our lingering mentality of freedom, inherent libertarianism of our people.


Courage of free people is contagious:

Norman said that when he first saw the gunman, his initial instinct was to duck down in his seat, NBC Los Angeles reported. But then he heard Skarlatos telling the other men to “get him.” Stone jumped up and ran forward, tackling the gunman. Skarlatos and Sadler followed. Norman quickly joined them, helping wrestle the gunman to the ground and get him under control so he couldn’t hurt anyone else.

Ah, CNN. Speaking from their posterior.  As usual.

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Casino Halal

The actions of the Israeli Army and the Jewish State are entirely consistent with the actions of nation states.

Deliberately killing innocent people is a problem when anybody does it. Shooting back at people who are shooting at you seems only to be a problem when Israel does it. If Israel were Turkey, there wouldn’t be any non-Jews in the area that would be the area formerly known as Palestine. If Israel were Germany, or France, or China, well, the reader can guess based on history. If Israel were the US, maybe the Palestinians would have a profitable gambling concession in Gaza.

Monday Evening

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Не знаю чего именно, любая формулировка оказывается недостаточной – одно ясно, чего-то маловыносимого по причине густой вони.
Мусульманская подстилка – наверное, точнее всего; грубо, но это только с нашей т.зр., потому что это оскорбление – только для нас.

“Я, например, к исламу отношусь прохладно. Но когда я живу в Малайзии или Марокко – я махровый исламист. Я понимаю, что мусульманские страны – самые безопасные на планете именно из-за своего религиозного фанатизма. Этот фанатизм меня как бы и охраняет от алкоголиков, геев, гопников и лохотронщиков. …от геев охраняет не так эффективно, как нож, но все-таки… Не знаю кем надо быть, чтобы в исламской стране подрывать тот самый исламизм, который тебя защищает. И кем надо быть, чтобы подрывать его во Франции, где его тоже много.”

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