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Collectivism is mass insanity. From Gary D. Barnett at

Those who know that they are profound strive for clarity; those who would like to appear profound to the crowd strive for obscurity.  The crowd thinks everything is profound where it cannot see the bottom – it is so timid and dislikes going into the water. ~ The Gay Science : Third Book, 173. To be Profound and to Appear Profound, Friedrich Nietzsche  

Collectivism, or herd mentality, can only lead to a meaningless life that is devoid of honest living, adventure, love, freedom, happiness, and fulfillment. Societal herds lose the ability to think as individuals, and envy and jealously become the primary driving force of thought. This of course leads to a demand for equality where none is available or warranted, and due to this pathetic psychological state, all that is beautiful and good must be destroyed…

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Your FBI At Work

Posted: February 7, 2020 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

Old Man With A Pen

Or: Why is the capitalist at heart, Michael Bloomberg now claiming to be a socialist with a net worth as of 2019 $52 billion.

It escapes this author how a Self-Made Billionaire convinces so many that he is a Socialist when he is anything but that. You cannot believe one word that comes out of Michael Bloomberg’s mouth on the Political Stage. He has never done one thing in his life that would lend someone to even begin to think that he is a Socialist. He is lying and pandering to the American Public for his own personal gain.  He does not care one iota about the American Tax Payer, in spite of what he says publicly.

Boomberg is

  • a Globalist Businessman
  • Anti-Brexit
  • a lousy Mayor
  • in favor of tax breaks for the wealthy
  • anti Second Amendment
  • anti Bill of Rights
  • in favor of taxing the Middle Class out of…

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Socialism Dehumanizes People

Posted: January 29, 2020 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Years ago, when we lived in West Virginia, I can recall hearing a conversation between two people, one of which was a socialist, though he would not have recognized that fact. One of his comments during the conversation was that he thought “everyone should make (earn) the same” amount of money. The other person tried to explain to him that “it doesn’t work that way.” I doubt if the erstwhile socialist grasped that, but it’s true. You can’t expect a doctor or a teacher to work for the same wages as a custodial engineer (janitor), yet that was what the socialist expected and it really bothered him that others made more money than he did.

This is one of the problems of socialism. Socialism does not raise people up. Rather is suppresses them under the false guise of…

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Publius-Huldah's Blog

Note:  This Resolution was written for Virginia Counties and quotes from Virginia’s State Constitution.

If you would like me to address your State Constitution, email me at

Please note:  I reason from First Principles set forth in our two Founding Documents.

WHEREAS, our Declaration of Independence is the Fundamental Act of our Founding and part of the Organic Law of our Land and recognizes that our Rights come from the Creator God; and that among these Rights is the Right of self-defense; and

WHEREAS, our Declaration of Independence recognizes that the purpose of government is to secure the Rights God gave us; and

WHEREAS, the Constitution of the United States is one of enumerated powers only; and WE THE PEOPLE did not grant to the federal government any power whatsoever over the Country at Large to restrict our arms; and

WHEREAS, the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the…

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Civil War or Revolution–The Socialist Mindset

Posted: January 27, 2020 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized


by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

The evil socialist mindset is on open display for all to see at present, especially in the State of Virginia.  There was an insightful article on by William L. Gensert  for January 22nd. Mr. Gensert  observed: “Democrats conspired with foreign agents, lied, cheated, and denied due process to Donald Trump. If they were willing to do that to a duly elected president in order to obtain power, what should Americans expect them to do to them should they  refuse attempts to be disarmed? Democrats understand that an armed America can say ‘No!’ And they can’t have that. If they want to radically change the America extant for more than two centuries, they first need to disarm Americans. And they realize asking nicely is not going to accomplish this…Democrats will do their utmost to create a situation where…

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by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Well, thanks be to God our prayers were answered. The gigantic Second Amendment rally in Richmond, Virginia was peaceful and went off without a hitch. Maybe when they saw the numbers of armed protesters Antifa decided it would be lots safer to back off and play at being no-shows for the day. They are lots more efficient at beating up on those who can’t resist than they are about facing honest opposition. So much for their “opposition” to fascism!

If ever you needed to see massive opposition to gun control, you saw it today in Richmond.

Will all that make any difference to Red Ralph and his socialist cadre in the legislature? Don’t kid yourselves! Today’s huge demonstration won’t make him and his socialist cohorts back down. It will make them double down! You have to understand one…

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Beyond Orwell’s 1984…


The advances in facial recognition technology get creepier and creepier. From Kashmir Hill at

A little-known start-up helps law enforcement match photos of unknown people to their online images — and “might lead to a dystopian future or something,” a backer says.

Until recently, Hoan Ton-That’s greatest hits included an obscure iPhone game and an app that let people put Donald Trump’s distinctive yellow hair on their own photos.

Then Mr. Ton-That — an Australian techie and onetime model — did something momentous: He invented a tool that could end your ability to walk down the street anonymously, and provided it to hundreds of law enforcement agencies, ranging from local cops in Florida to the F.B.I. and the Department of Homeland Security.

His tiny company, Clearview AI, devised a groundbreaking facial recognition app. You take a picture of a person, upload it and get to see public photos…

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Before I get to the meat of this blog a little story. My high school had a little less than 800 students. Our Junior History and Civics classes were combined into a 2 period 2 teacher class which most students actually liked. The teachers, both men were a hoot. The lecture about Capital Punishment and the Electric Chair is one I’ll never forget. Or the one about the Vietnam War. They brought in our Art teacher for that one, who had been a medic.

He was one of the medics in the big helicopters. You know, the ones that went to the front lines and picked up the wounded, often under fire, and whisked them away to M*A*S*H like hospitals. I graduated high school in *ahem* 1989, so a couple decades after he came home. He never talked about PTSD, I guess back then he wouldn’t have been diagnosed with it, but now, I’m sure he would be. His drawings were all over the art area. They were absolutely breathtaking. It didn’t matter the subject. Landscape, building, a person. It was all really good. But if you looked close enough, in every single one, you could find hidden somewhere, a small helicopter.

Now, in this class, one of the lectures was about the Constitution. Which, at the time, I admit, didn’t interest me much, so I don’t remember as much as maybe I should. Shame on me. I admit it. But, the one thing I do remember is the comment that the Founding Fathers never meant the Constitution to last this long. It was always meant to be scrapped and rewritten as times and people changed.

Whether this is true or not, I don’t know. It makes sense in a way, people do change. Clearly. Society at that period of time was drastically different than a hundred years earlier, so it would make sense that they would expect things to be different in 100 years. But did they write the Constitution for it to be scrapped and rewritten, for it to be a Living Constitution, (meaning that its intent is to be interpreted as society changes without needing to be amended) or was it written with the intent that it be interpreted as it was written, in the time it was written and amendments be added as needed?

There are arguments in favor of both. But at the heart of that argument lies the attack on our 2nd Amendment rights by Governor Northam of Virginia and yes, many many others. The Constitution was ratified on June 21, 1788, with the Bill of Rights being ratified on December 15, 1791, 3.5 years later. The Constitution included Article 5 which described the process for amending the Constitution. So this, I argue, means that the Founding Fathers meant for the Constitution meant for it to be amended as needed.

Recently there have been many concerted attacks on our 2nd Amendment rights. Governor Northam seems to feel that although he himself is entitled to be protected by their own security detail, who are with 100% certainty armed with guns, that the lowly law-abiding private citizen is not worthy of that same protection, even if they were to take it upon themselves. You see, Governor Northam has declared a state of emergency so that he can ban people from carrying weapons on the grounds of the State Capitol. Worried, Governor Northam? (If you’re worried, maybe you ought to rethink your recent policies regarding the 2nd Amendment. Just a thought.)

He has claimed ‘credible threats of violence’ and ‘extremist rhetoric.’ His implication seems to be that he feels that this demonstration tomorrow is nothing more than another White Supremacist rally similar to the one in Charlottesville in 2017. (I do not believe this, nor do I believe there is proof of this. I do believe this is propagandist lies designed to gain Northam support. Hopefully I am not proven wrong.) While I do not condone that, nor believe that it is much different than normal, I cannot say that I am surprised given how, shall we say, pig-headed the Governor has been regarding the 2nd Amendment and his refusal to give up his scheme of gun confiscation.

I fear for tomorrow. There will be many thousands of people there. I fear that people won’t abide by the gun ban. I fear that someone anti-2nd Amendment may start something and shoot someone. One shot is all it would take to start pandemonium. Because I’m not naive enough to think that everyone will abide by the gun ban. I’m not naive enough to think everyone will show up with a quiet, peaceful protest in mind. And I’m not naive enough to think that this powder keg isn’t set to explode. And I’m also not naive enough to think that that isn’t exactly what Governor Northam wants. Because when it goes off? You can bet he’ll be crowing from here till eternity that he was right.

Tomorrow? Means we are 1 step closer to losing our 2nd Amendment rights.





A Man Chooses, A Slave Obeys

Posted: January 19, 2020 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

Mason Dixon Tactical

Richmond Rally06

Without force or vetted respect, one man cannot tell another man to do anything and expect acquiescence PERIOD, FULL STOP! If a man (or woman) has been elected or appointed to make decisions for his constituents, that person can make decisions for those he represents, but can only use the authority and force to back up that decision, THAT THOSE REPRESENTED HAVE GIVEN HIM.

Richmond Rally01 Will Richmond end up looking like this? I hope not.

Cages are for animals, detainees, and convicted felons, not Citizens. Herding Citizens into a big cage while they exercise one inherent and enumerated Right, while advocating for another inherent AND ENUMERATED Right (that has been temporarily taken away), is the act of a tyrant. Anyone who says it is not, is an apologist for the tyrant, a “closet” tyrant themselves or an imbecile.

Richmond Rally05 Is it just me, or does that look like a chute in a…

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