Back in 2007, one of the speakers who motivated me to fully dig in to the Liberty movement was Naomi Wolf, when I saw her lecture given October 11, 2007 at Kane Hall on the University of Washington campus, in regards to her book "The End of America: Letter of Warning To A Young Patriot". The lecture could've be retitled: Blueprint to a Closing Society and is frightening to recognize that all 10 points have already been fulfilled in America.
I've always wondered what Naomi's perspective would be today, especially after Obama has been in office. Well I found her updated perspective today while looking up something regarding Paris (#1 on blueprint - Invoke a terrifying internal and external enemy) for RB and thought I'd also post for y'all her follow-up lecture to the New Hampshire Liberty Forum 2014. I did not see this video update in the DP search and apologize if we've already hammered this out.
The updated discussion is gripping (and not short) but I found great relief in seeing "how far we've come" and that we truly can build bridges and recognized again (if you have a heart-gut) "we're really not all that different".
So without further ado, I give you the updated version of "End of America", it seems weird to say but "I hope you enjoy it":
ORANGEBURG, S.C. (AP) — A white former police chief here was indicted on murder charges in the 2011 shooting death of an unarmed black man after an argument, a case that instantly drew comparisons to the Ferguson shooting and the chokehold death in New York.
The indictment of Richard Combs, the former chief and sole officer in the small town of Eutawville (YOO'-tah-vihl), was released Thursday. He faces 30 years to life in prison if convicted in the death of Bernard Bailey.
So in august after visiting every gym in the area I decide that Golds gym is the nicest one and that I would like to get a membership there. I tell the guy that I want to go ahead and pre pay the year in cash since the cash amount was 10 dollars a month, and he says thats fine.
My contract/receipt shows my bill as follows
A. Cash Price $10.00
B. Less Total Down Payment Cash $149.00
C. Unpaid Balance $0.
D. Finance Charge $0.00
E. Total Price including Finance Charge $ 149.00
Further down it says Pay Gold's Gym membership fee of 10.00 which is the cash price.
I live in S.C. near the savannah river site where there is a lot of nuclear waste stored. I know a lot of people who work there and I live upriver from it so I am not exactly worried about a nuclear waste leak but I was reading a story on how long it takes plutonium to go away http://finance.yahoo.com/news/future-plutonium-130000398.html and they said we cant launch the stuff into space because rockets fail and thats to expensive.
In the Carolinas, Rand Paul confronts a new war in the Middle East — and the voters who rejected his father.
by David Weigel
Oct 11, 2014 7:05 AM EDT
Rand Paul usually starts with a joke; it relieves the tension that’s never there. On Tuesday, Sept. 30, the junior Senator from Kentucky is running a little late, but a University of South Carolina lecture room is already overfull, stragglers fighting for space behind a row of TV cameras. A few college Democrats are in the room, but as listeners, not hecklers.
The hawkish Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina says he is thinking about running for president in 2016.
In an interview with Stephen Hayes of the Weekly Standard, the senator, running for re-election to the Senate this year, said: “If I get through my general election, if nobody steps up in the presidential mix, if nobody’s out there talking — me and McCain have been talking — I may just jump in to get to make these arguments,” Graham said.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — An unarmed man shot by a South Carolina trooper during a traffic stop repeated one question through his anguished cries as he lay wounded, waiting for an ambulance: “Why did you shoot me?”
In a video captured by a dashboard camera in the patrol car, then-Trooper Sean Groubert told Levar Jones it was because he “dove head first” back into his car. Jones said he was just reaching for his license as Groubert had instructed. Groubert’s lawyer says the officer justifiably feared for his life. I wouldn't necessarily say worse because this. Guy luckily survived.
S.C. Highway Patrol Trooper Sean Groubert opened fire during a stop for a seat belt violation. He was arrested Wednesday and faces up to 20 years in prison.
Jim Dalrymple II
Sept. 25, 2014
South Carolina Highway Patrol Trooper Sean Groubert opened fire on an unarmed man during a routine traffic stop earlier this month.
Groubert, 31, pulled over Levar Jones, 35, for a seat belt violation on Sept. 4.
A super good summary of 1991 to today starting with Gulf War 1, Operation Dessert Storm. Man how time flies and we just don't get it :(
While recently going through a box of old family photos a tiny leather sleeve fell out from among the photos and I investigated the contents. Turns out my father had saved a tiny silver and gold round that I was unaware of and it has now landed in my possession without knowledge as to its origin.
Store Owner Says Bank Accounts Closed Because He Sells Guns
Chuck Ross, Reporter
10:21 PM 08/06/2014
A South Carolina pawn shop owner who sells guns, guitars and an array of other items says that his bank forced him to close his accounts, and he thinks it is because of the weapons.
Morris Williams, who owns Inman Gun and Pawn, says he thought his relationship with SunTrust Bank was fine — “excellent” in fact.
David Kobler, r3VOL Iraq Combat Vet, Consultant on DoomsDay Preppers: Revolution vs Restoration; Where's Your Line in the Sand?Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Mon, 07/14/2014 - 19:49
Restoration not revolution
Published on Jul 11, 2014
My heart is breaking for our country.
SPARTANBURG, SC — A surprise annual enforcement blitz in Spartanburg County is largely about stealing cash from harmless motorists, an analysis shows.
Reporters asked Spartanburg Sheriff Chuck Wright if the operation was all about revenue generation, provoking an interesting response.
After a long pause, Sheriff Wright replied, “You know it’s a part of it, but it ain’t the main reason we do it.”
A South Carolina state trooper was suspended after threatening to use a Taser on a Cincinnati Bengals player during a traffic stop last week.
Sam Montgomery, an NFL defensive lineman, was stopped early Wednesday for driving 89 mph in a 55-mph zone in Laurens County.
Video released this week shows Lance Cpl. R.S. Salter, of the South Carolina Highway Patrol, ordering Montgomery to put his hands outside the vehicle, and the player complies.
Salter asks Montgomery if he’s in the military, and he says no but tells the trooper he plays in the NFL.