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World Trade Center Day…

I’ll never call it “Patriot Day”

Tell me again why Fed-gov calls September 11th “Patriot Day?”

The 19th of April (1775) should rightfully carry that badge of courage, but Fed-gov despises individuals standing up to Tyrants like those New England colonists did way back then. That date in April has a much more important Propaganda Mission now. It’s much more useful as a red-hot illustration of the might and mayhem that the FBI/ATF/etc. can rain down on little ol’ Joe-Sixpack or David-Koresh.


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“Pearl Harbor Day” (the 7th of December) should be “Patriot Day,” too

I’m betting “World Trade Center Day” was scrapped to take the attention off the (civilian) object of actual attack and the countless (civilian) victims. Have you considered the weirdness of so many things that day? Let merely the demolition-precise “collapse” of so-called Building 7 (untouched by planes or much debris) swirl in your head.

The powers-that-be can’t have Joe’s surviving sister, Suzy-Sixpack, give even a passing thought on that matter, or, or…well, she might look further.

Don’t lose your Faith

Too much thinking might cause Suzy to doubt. After doubt could come loss of Faith…and faith in her supreme leaders and their big budget Military Industrial Complex, is crucial. In a nation this large and mobile and, dare I say it, diverse, Faith in them and what they say is the most important cog in their Control-machine. They must protect her and her kind from too much Thinking.

So don’t ever wonder

What ever you do on the 11th of September, or on the 10th, 9th, or on any of the preceding or following 364 days of the year…

don’t wonder, don’t ponder, don’t ruminate on how the mighty U.S. Military Industrial Complex was completely impotent and unable to stop or at lease divert sub-sonic commercial aircraft, yet can keep you safe from any pesky “incoming!” supersonic boom-booms from the NORKS, CHICOMMS, RUSSKIES, IRAN-iacs (or other MUSLOIDS).

Don’t. Ever. Wonder.

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Posted in Collectivists, Diversity, Faith, Graphic Design, Islam, Liberty, Muslim Correctness, progressives, T-shirts

Stick it to the atheist-Man again!

Two designs now available on my new “Faith” page: the Crusader Crest and Deus Vult.

One man’s Freedom-fighter is another’s Evil-Christian-colonizer…these two researchers are very accesible (Robert Spencer and J. Stephen Roberts) if you’d like to get a more accurate history of the lead-up-to and prosecution-of The Crusades.

Here, in a nutshell, is why Islam must be opposed.



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Printed on a Bella+Canvas® 3001, Men’s (M) in “Oxblood Black”

 

Posted in Border Security, Economics, feminism, Graphic Design, Immigration, Islam, Muslim Correctness, T-shirts

For all the Daughters-of-Europa, especially those who’ve forgotten they are one

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Does the fighting-spirit always resurface when conditions require it? It appears so.

When I watched THIS #120db (120 decibels) video, I realized they were speaking to me as well as to their sisters in Europe at the proclamation, “We are the daughters of Europa!” My foremothers (and forefathers) came from England, France, and the Netherlands. To be honest, probably a couple of other locales fed my family tree, as well. What a betrayal if I turn my back on my roots, my people.

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My design had to be aggressive, so I looked at Europe’s great national crests and in the end was most inspired by Poland’s. It just so happens they are one of the few countries fighting to preserve themselves against the tsunami of smartphone wielding “refugees” overwhelming Europe. I took many liberties with it, especially modifying it to reflect a desire for Peace, symbolized by the pen-point feathers, combined with the willingness for War if the attempt at peace should fail (swords visible over both shoulders).

America may have split from Britain nearly 250 years ago, but many of us descended from those British upstarts will always have more in common with the “spirit” of Europe than with cultures to the south of America.

SI VIS PACEM, PARA BELLUM!


It’s in my Teespring store now.