Dr Alma Arrendondo Lynch, Republican Candidate US Congress US Congressional District 23 at Alamo Rally-Youtube

Alamo Rally Today, defending Texas Heritage.

Hairless Chihuahua San Antonio City Council, and Mayor Pendehoberg, after spending about a half a million dollars, taking down a confederate Memorial, which by the results of their own Taxpayer funded survey, 75% of San Antonians wanted left alone.

Now they are back for the Memorial to the Texas Hero’s, died in the Alamo.
They are abetted by the spawn of the Puritan Yankee Caretbagger of infamous Bush family, in conjunction with the criminal collaborators in Austin.

Tired of this stuff.

John C Carleton

There are Roads Going North, and Roads Going South Out of Texas, and You Can Rent a Damn U Haul Almost Anywhere in Texas

At the Alamo today.

Puta Mayor Pendehoberg and his band of hairless Chihuahua’s on city council, San Antonio, are out of control.

Now they have help from the spawn of Puritan holier than thou carpet bagging, infamous family, the Bush’s, aided by the collaborating criminals in Austin, want to take down the memorial honoring the Hero’s of the Alamo.

Last month or month before, they spent about half a million dollars to take down a memorial to Confederate soldiers, that 75%, by the city councils own tax payer funded survey, said the citizens of San Antonio wanted left alone.

Fk em, and the burro they rode in on!

John C Carleton

Safe At Last!

I took down my Confederate flag (which you can’t buy on EBAY any more) and peeled the NRA sticker off my front window.

I disconnected my home alarm system and quit the candy-ass Neighborhood Watch.

I bought two Pakistani flags and put one at each corner of the front yard.

Then I purchased the black flag of ISIS (which you CAN Buy on EBAY) and ran it up the flag pole.

Now the local police, sheriff, FBI, CIA, NSA, Homeland Security, Secret Service and other agencies are all watching my house 24/7.

I’ve NEVER felt safer and I’m saving $69.95 a month that ADT used to charge me.

Plus, I bought burkas for me to wear when I shop or travel.

Everyone moves out of the way, and security can’t pat me down.

If they say I’m a male wearing a burka, I just say I’m feeling like a woman today.

Safe at last!

God Bless this United State!

I Have Given in to Temptation

Walked into this little guitar shop where i go sometimes, used guitar caught my eye. Sigma, looked like a CF Martin. Turns out, CF Martin produced Guitars under that name in Korea. Laminated back and sides Mahogany, solid sauce top, loud with good sound.

I paid $225.00 for it. Guitar was produced in 1979, and the owner had kept it clean.

Now if that tailstock had Martin on it instead of Sigma, it would probably been about $800.00. I have never owned a Martin, labeled as such. Refuse to pay for the name. I have never denied my Scotch blood.

Be it guitars, cars, women, weapons, motorcycles, people often pay way too much based on name. Some one with Scotch blood, soon figures out, there are better made examples, in all fields, with lessor or unknown names, which can be had at a fraction of the price.

Course, wife says i can not have another women, Satisfied with the motorcycles, cars, weapons, dogs i have, so guitars are about the only weakness i have left.

Told the wife this morning, Know why a guitar is better than a women?

She gave me a dirty look.

Told her, you don’t care how many of these beauties i lovingly run my hands over, if i tried that with women, you would kill me.

She said at least i knew that.

When you mix hillbilly Irish and American Indian, well, life can be interesting.

I had a reputation, if i got tired of some girls bull, i would tell them, see you later, much later in most cases. Marriage did not interfere with that style. When we decided to get married, she told me, “If you ever try to leave me, i will kill you. We been together thirty two years.

John C Carleton

Live Free or Die: The Psychology of Rebellion & Dissent

“I rebel—therefore we exist.” ~Albert Camus, The Rebel

Dissent is a tricky subject. The need to rebel against atrocity is deeply ingrained in the human condition. Even if most of us don’t act on it, the impulse is still there, churning our guts with disgust, getting our hearts pumping, moving us to spit curse words in lathered fury and shout in angry defiance. The problem is that most of us don’t know what to do with this powerful and sometimes overwhelming energy.

Most of us were raised in violent societies that use violence to keep the culture churning in a diabolical conquer-control-consume-repeat cycle. So, most of us tend to use violence to channel our deep and powerful need for dissent, thus perpetuating more violence. When the culture is jamming violence down our throat as a solution to its problems, are we really that surprised when our acts of rebellion turn out to be violent? Something’s got to give if we want to break this cycle of violence deeply embedded in our culture.

In his book, The Rebel: An Essay on Man in Revolt, Albert Camus wrote about the “true rebel. ”The true rebel is in revolt against oppression, violence, slavery and tyranny for the sake of others through constructive and life-affirming action. The true rebel protests out of love, so that others may be free. Intent is everything. True rebellion, Camus argues, is an act motivated but concerned with the common good rather than by self-interest. The rebel in revolt out of selfishness, greed, or need for power, eventually becomes a tyrant. The rebel in revolt for the sake of others, becomes a hero.

Whether you are right or left, republican’t or democan’t, voluntarist or anarchist, if you are seeking power over others for your own selfish and greedy ends, your revolution means fuck-all. You’re just another would-be-tyrant getting churned out of the meat-mill of violence begetting violence. It doesn’t matter how noble or important you think your cause is; if you need to use violence to persuade others to follow it, your cause is fundamentally flawed and immoral. Acting violently in a violent culture only perpetuates violence. Similarly, acting immorally in an immoral society just perpetuates immorality. Unhealthy acts beget unhealthy acts. Like Gandhi said, “An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.”

Lest we all go blind, we must rebel so that others may freely exist. This requires our dissent to be based in freedom for everyone, even those we don’t agree with. A kind of meta-morality arises from this kind of thinking, like Joshua Greene writes about in his book, Moral Tribes. But, and here’s the rub, any freedom which seeks to violate the nonaggression principle must not be tolerated. Violence is where the line must be drawn. As someone once said, “Your freedom to swing yours fist ends an inch from my nose” (unknown). In such cases, self-defense is paramount. As Gandhi also advised, “When there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence.”

A true rebel doesn’t seek out rebellion for the sake of rebellion, or just as an excuse to act out violently. No. A true rebel passionately seeks a healthy environment (physically, culturally, and psychologically) and they rebel against anything that stands in the way of that healthy environment. As Camus said, “Rebellion, though apparently negative, since it creates nothing, is profoundly positive in that it reveals the part of man which must always be defended.” And that’s what it comes down to: self-defense, self-preservation, and survival. Not just personal survival, but the survival of the species.

That’s where life-affirming action comes in. When our rebellion is life-affirming, freedom-affirming, and based on nonviolence, it is healthy (heroic). When our rebellion is life-denying, freedom-denying, and based on violence, it is unhealthy (tyrannical). The hero is free, and uses that freedom with the soul intent to free others. The tyrant (or would be tyrant) is also free, but uses that freedom with the soul intent to rule others. We escape tyranny when we seek to free others through our own freedom. Liberty coincides with heroism when we’re able to go from asking, ‘free from what?’ to asking, ‘free for what?’

At the end of the day, the history of our culture of violence is only fruitful through a vigilant rebellion against it. This means a vigilant rebellion against oppression, hate, violence, and slavery of all kinds. Those who dedicate themselves to this culture of violence dedicate themselves to nothing and, in turn, are nothing. But those who dedicate themselves to life, freedom, and health, despite the culture of violence, dedicate themselves to survival and reap from it the harvest that sows its seed in the progressive evolution of our species.

A species hellbent on violence against itself is unhealthy and eventually destroys itself. A species determined to be healthy only ever uses violence as a last resort in self-defense and for the preservation of the species itself. From the former, the defiant tyrant juts his ugly head, declaring himself free at the expense of the freedom of others. From the latter, the defiant hero rises up, denying the tyrant’s violent oppression, and affirming freedom through the freedom of us all. That’s what Camus meant when he wrote: “I rebel –therefore we exist.”

Read more articles by Gary ‘Z’ McGee.