Seeing is believing. Hearing too. One needs all their senses (to pass the “smell test”) intact in order to catch those who are up to no good. Dead to rights.
Westerners have been conditioned into believing that their leaders have all the answers, and their backs too. Therefore, whatever sh-t they shovel is all for the people’s own good. Pinkie swears. Nevertheless, once the stench becomes too high, even for those who are generally trusting sorts, their truth meter kicks into high gear.
Americans, more independent-minded than most, are generally better attuned to their leadership’s jive-talk. Seeing Black Hawks circling overhead (amid other anti-liberty actions), and hearing patriots describe what is really going on behind the scenes, lends a more nuanced meaning. A context and texture. Basic senses kick into overdrive, and then the nose does the rest. Hence, the stinky cheese smell. Overwhelming and putrid, knocking a patriot to the ground, but only momentarily.
Back to the Black Hawks – adinakutnicki.com/2013/01/30/black-hawk-redux-this-time-houston-miami-too-what-the-hell-is-going-on-commentary-by-adina-kutnicki/…attempting to explain what the hell is going on, but hearing about its underpinnings is the pinnacle to ones (patriotic) educational process. As to the “gimme, gimme crowd”, they are deaf, dumb and blind. Unreachable.
‘Blueprint for Destruction – lifting the veil & peering into tyranny’ – listen to the show..utilize your hearing sense!
3 February 2013: The United States is being transformed into one of the most oppressive totalitarian regimes in modern history. The bad news is that the worst is still to come. During this blatant descent and conversion into tyranny, American’s are being told by the media and government shills that their eyes and instincts deceive them – that these things are not really taking place. It’s all “conspiracy theory,” we are told, even as the military helicopters fly over American cities and the paramilitary troops parade across our streets, firing blanks and conditioning the people to accept the unacceptable. Yet the most blind among us will support these provocative actions, especially if told that it is for the safety of our children. But who or what are they really after?
The battle against freedom did not begin with the current leadership, but has been ramped up under it. Through the continuity of agenda several presidential administrations, the battle against “we the people” has been waged incrementally. Today, however, we see these plans being implemented so boldly, so overtly that it nearly impossible to ignore.The answer will not surprise anyone who has paying attention, yet will still take many by surprise. They are after us. They are after we, the people who believe in the Constitution as the law of the land, who believe in the sanctity of human life over the “right” to kill the unborn, and those of us who believe it is our right to defend ourselves under the rights granted by the Second Amendment. We are the targets.
The worst, however, is yet to come. What will it be and how will events play out? Find out by joining the Hagmann & Hagmann Report this Sunday, February 3, 2013 from 9:00 p.m. – midnight ET, 7:00-10:00 p.m. Mountain time as we welcome special guests Greg Evenson and Steve Quayle.”
The silencing of patriots (adinakutnicki.com/2013/02/09/the-silencing-of-patriots-daring-to-criticize-islam-so-ordered-from-the-bowels-of-washington-commentary-by-adina-kutnicki/) has many dimensions, and the Dem controlled media is the forward-arm towards this end, attempting to both intimidate and frustrate patriots, thereby, imposing the left’s will.
‘Court: NYTimes’s Request for New York City Gun Owners Violates Law’
As did the previous release of a list of gun owners.
“A New York appellate court has ruled that the New York Times‘s request for a list of gun owners in New York City, under the Freedom of Information Law, violates the state’s statute. The ruling overturns in part a lower court’s ruling.
“Order and judgment (one paper), Supreme Court, New York County (Jane S. Solomon, J.), entered November 1, 2011, granting the petition to the extent it sought an order directing respondent, under the Freedom of Information Law (Public Officers Law § 84 et seq.) (FOIL), to provide an electronic copy of a database, as redacted, of names and addresses of New York City residents who have been granted handgun licenses, and a database, to be redacted, of hate crimes reported to respondent from January 1, 2005 to the present, and denying the petition to the extent it sought an order directing respondent to provide an electronic copy of its crime incident database, a declaration that respondent’s practices in responding to FOIL requests violate the statute, and an order directing respondent to cease these practices, unanimously modified, on the law, to deny the petition as to the databases of handgun licensees and hate crimes and to reinstate the petition with respect to the demand for the crime incident database, insofar as it seeks production of the electronic crime incident database produced in Floyd v City of New York (08 Civ 01034 [SAS] [US Dist Ct, SD NY]) (the Floyd database), and the matter remitted to Supreme Court for a determination of whether production of the Floyd database should be ordered, and, if so, to what extent and under what conditions, and otherwise affirmed, without costs,” reads the ruling.
“The court correctly declined to declare that respondent’s responses to FOIL requests and rulings on administrative appeals are as a matter of practice untimely and to order respondent to cease this practice. The FOIL requester’s statutory remedy for an untimely response or ruling is to deem the response a denial and commence a CPLR article 78 proceeding “for review of such denial” (Public Officers Law § 89[a],[b]; Matter of Miller v New York State Dept. of Transp., 58 AD3d 981, 983 [3d Dept 2009], lv denied 12 NY3d 712 ). Review of a FOIL determination does not provide for mandamus relief (see Matter of Harvey v Hynes, 174 Misc 2d 174, 177 [Sup Ct, Kings County 1997]).”
The appellate court rules that a lower court erred by ordering the release of “the home addresses of handgun licensees in electronic form.” “The court erred in ordering respondent to release the home addresses of handgun licensees in electronic form. The fact that Penal Law § 400.00(5) makes the name and address of a handgun license holder “a public record” is not dispositive of whether respondent can assert the privacy and safety exemptions to FOIL disclosure, especially when petitioners seek the names and addresses in electronic form (see Matter of New York State Rifle & Pistol Assn., Inc. v Kelly, 55 AD3d 222, 226 [1st Dept 2008]). In addition, “[d]isclosing a person’s home address implicates a heightened privacy concern” (Matter of New York State United Teachers v Brighter Choice Charter School, 64 AD3d 1130, 1132 [3d Dept 2009], citing, inter alia, Public Officers Law § 89, revd on other grounds 15 NY3d 560 ).”
The ruling adds, “However, the Floyd database was produced in an unrelated federal action, governed by very different standards from those that govern public access to records under FOIL (see Svaigsen v City of New York, 203 AD2d 32 [1st Dept 1994]). Further, the database was produced pursuant to strict confidentiality requirements, which indicates that disclosure to the [*4]general public would, at a minimum, raise serious confidentiality and privacy concerns. Accordingly, we remand to Supreme Court to determine whether the Floyd database should be released, and if so, under what conditions.”
Is America (the west) near bowed? Yes. Is it a done deal? No. What are you gonna do about it? If an exhibit is required, to best illustrate what push-back looks like, the following should suffice – www.wnd.com/2013/02/crowd-packs-heat-city-backs-down/?cat_orig=us.
Self explanatory. A visual aid. Ahh…another one of the senses!