1. “Freedom of speech is the foundation of any free society.” Really? Who says? We are looking at two things here: What is legal, and what society permits. If a man in 1950s America tried to read pornography in the classrooms of the day, teachers, parents, and the community would have chased him down and beat him within an inch—and sometimes beyond that inch—of his life. And no court in the state would have convicted anyone. The man’s “free speech” might have been “legal” as in “protected by the US Constitution—but society would not permit it.
2. And just what does “protected by the US Constitution” mean? It means that five old men get to decide what rights you have, how you have them, and when you have them—the actual writing in that document be damned. If the US Supreme Court says that pornography is free speech, “drag queen story hour” is free speech, and teaching anal sex to six-year-olds is free speech, then they are free speech. So please tell me again that “free speech is the foundation of and free society”. And if you object to such “free speech”, you will be hounded, arrested, jailed, your property seized, and your family impoverished. There’s your free speech in action.
3. But a man might bleat, “But Austin, the Founders believed in free speech!” No, they did not. Would they have allowed “drag queen story hour”? And the first thing President Adams did after assuming office was to imprison those Americans who spoke freely about the policies of the US Government. See the “Alien and Sedition Acts” (1798). Lincoln agreed and put pro-Confederate Northerners in jail. Wilson agreed and passed the “Sedition Act” of 1918.
4. If some sexual degenerate demands that you bake a wedding cake for sodomites, and you refuse, guess what would happen? There’s your free speech in action. Pornography is free speech. Baking a cake is not.
5. If a man went up to John Wesley Hardin in the 1860s and called him a low-down rebel liar, Hardin would have killed him on the spot. That man might have had free speech, but he did not have the ability to avoid the consequences of that free speech. And no court in Texas would have even bothered to arrest Hardin.
6. Let it be said again and again and again: the only rights you have are those protected by a rifle. Your rifle.
7. Much is made of the fact that Biden’s “Satanic speech”—and it was Satanic— was done in the presence of US Marines. Much is made of how the US Army has become woke, sodomized and feminized. Much is made of the videos put out by members of the US military showing them dancing vulgarly and bumping and grinding. The inference here is that the military is now entirely corrupted and beholden to the demands and perversions of the Deep State. Translation: Conservatives can no longer depend upon the US Military to be on their side in the coming civil war. Is that true? We simply do not know. We will know when that war begins, not before. It is not at all unreasonable for a civil war to occur in the military as well: on ships, on bases, and within units deployed overseas. Not one organ of the State will be immune to chaos and violence—no matter the propaganda saying otherwise. In the coming “spicy times” the US Government will be at war with itself.
8. Snowden should be an American hero. Naturally, the Deep State calls him a traitor, which means he is not.
9. The most consequential leader today is Vladimir Putin. Your feelings about him matter not at all.
10. Feral blacks run amok in blue cities because they are allowed to. No law, no policeman, and no prosecutor will touch them. If anyone tried to actually enforce the law, he would be the one tossed in jail. The negro is actually a “Super American”. He is above the law, his legal rights supersede those of any other race, and any blacks killed by the police become national heroes. Only White folks must obey the law. For now.
11. Much is made of those vandalized electrical substations. Lots and lots of folks have expended untold hours of cyber ink pontificating about them. Here are the facts: 1) Who did them? We don’t know. 2) Why were they done? We don’t know. 3) Why were those locations chosen? We don’t know. 4) Are they harbingers of more attacks? We don’t know. 5) What will be the immediate results of the attack? We don’t know. 6) What will be the far-reaching results of the attacks? We don’t know. But rest assured because the FBI is on the case. And I give my word that no 3-letter agency was behind any of those attacks. Scout’s Honor.