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Death Wish

Now that the "LET NO EMERGENCY GO TO WASTE" Judeo=MSM crowd has moved on;

Now that CNN is no longer telling their story through the "wisdom" of 18-year-old "lives shattered human shields from rebuttal" "gun experts" in CNN-scripted "town-halls", who otherwise CNN believes is too immature to even have a gun;

Let's now have saner thoughts prevail.

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According to many gun-control advocates, 18-year-olds are too immature to handle guns — but are mature enough to advise us on gun policy. Thus we’re told we must “listen to the voices” of the young Parkland shooting survivors. Not only that, we’re not to question or oppose them because they’re young, they’re survivors and, by golly, because it’s absolutely devastating to the anti-gun agenda!

There’s something truly reprehensible about this situation, and it’s not conservatives criticizing the positions of activist Parkland students such as David Hogg and Emma Gonzalez. It’s that liberals are using the students as human props and human shields, letting them throw the punches and then condemning the assailed if they dare defend themselves.

Additionally, we’re a pretty immature civilization if we look to kids for policy advice. There’s a reason why societies might traditionally have been governed by a council of (hopefully) wise elders: Teen boys may sometimes have utility in warfare, but adolescent angst doesn’t make for sober heads.
-- Selwyn Duke

Conservatives didn't pick this school shooting as the test case for gun control. It was liberals who were going to ride the Parkland shooting all the way to the midterms. They thought they had a beautiful story about the evil NRA.

Not the mass shooting in Orlando -- because of the obvious immigration angle. Not San Bernardino -- for the same reason. Not Las Vegas -- probably for the same reason, but we'll never know because law enforcement has issued only lies and nonsense about that shooting.

The media did all the hard work of making sure Parkland was the only topic on anyone's mind, with everyone demanding that we "do something!"

And then we got the facts. Cruz's criminal acts were intentionally ignored by law enforcement on account of Broward's much-celebrated "school-to-prison pipeline" reforms.

Thank God for the internet, or we'd never have known the truth.

--Ann Coulter  March 7, 2018

At least three students showed school administrators Cruz's near-constant messages threatening to kill them -- e.g., "I am going to enjoy seeing you down on the grass," "Im going to watch ypu bleed," "iam going to shoot you dead” — including one that came with a photo of Cruz’s guns. They warned school authorities that he was bringing weapons to school. They filed written reports.

Threatening to kill someone is a felony. In addition to locking Cruz away for a while, having a felony record would have prevented him from purchasing a gun.

All the school had to do was risk Cruz not going to college, and depriving Yale University of a Latino class member, by reporting a few of his felonies -- and there would have been no mass shooting.

--Ann Coulter February 28, 2018

The Bruce Willis remake of Charles Bronson's Death Wish could not have come along at a more timely moment in American political life.

  1.  Jewish elites tell us our top government official, the President of the United States, Donald Trump with his America First viewpoints, is in the minds of our Jewish elites the ultimate dictatorial tyrant, to be resisted at every turn.
  1.  Black Matter Lives say governmental police is not ever to be trusted.
  1.  The SPLC says our governmental criminal justice system is notoriously racist.
  1.  The ACLU say that State and local governments are taking away all our rights.
  1.  Teacher Unions tell us that governmental public schools, ran by government employees are still filled with too much sexism, racism, and Christianity.
  1.  And finally, our Judeo-MSM gives voice to all these anti-government entities.

Yet if our top government employee, Donald Trump would only send government police door to door as a real tyrant, with no governmental due process under our government criminal justice system, with government guns pointed at the heads of residents, gathering up everyone's weapons, all these groups would be gloriously cheering on our President and the government under him.

Constitutional Government                    
                        is not the solution,
    Socialist Government               
                        is NOT the problem.

--Socialist mantra,
twisted words
with added grey and red lettering
of what
our beloved Ronald Reagan
in black ink actually said

A socialist government to "protect and defend" unarmed American citizens who are now "incapable of harming each other", is we are told, the Jewish utopian's dream.

(The more appropriate Jewish utopia is Jewish-ran government in order to dictate the lives of Christians, but why go there to learn the lessons from this movie.)

Movie Death Wish

With the movie location placed in Israeli Irgun-murderer Rahm Emanuel's Chicago, where hundreds upon hundreds of black-on-black crime rarely gets reported on by the Judeo-MSM press, the new movie Death Wish pre-disposes a caring and competent police department while never addressing the Judeo-Democrat incompetence rampant in Chicago politics.

The American criminal system of Charles Bronson's Death Wish has gotten severely worst, and yet Bruce Willis' Death Wish does not at all reflect the new reality of today's America.  

In both movies, the main premise is that the police are there just to clean up the mess afterwards. They simply cannot place a police guard outside every house to protect every citizen. (Although Guatemala is almost there from what I saw in my visit to that country)

The premise of the movie is a simple one. Regardless of how good the police and justice system is, even if perfect, we are still required to guard our own safety.

Hence, we must have guns.

Real Life Death Wish

Now, let's address the timely St. Valentines' Massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County Florida.

Unlike in this fantasy Death Wish, there is no caring and competent GOVERNMENT policing to be seen in this real-word death trap.

Government failed to protect us
They do not want us to protect ourselves.
-- AWR Hawkins

How has Judeo-government in Judeo-infested South Florida Broward County failed the innocent children of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School?
  1.  Failed to allow government-employed public school teachers to arm themselves.
  1.  Failed by making laws insuring the governmental-ran public high school would have no means of self defense, by creating a "gun-free" "safe zone"
  1.  Failed to have metal detectors at entrances in this defenseless government-created "safe space", as is done at airports
  1.   Failed to give Nikolas Cruz a stable family environment through government family courts after his parents died
  1.  Failed to allow Christianity to flourish in the government public high school he was a product of, where Christian love could have prevailed in this young man's heart instead of atheist hate
  1.  Failed to follow through on calls about Nikolas Cruz to our FEDERAL government-ran FBI
  1.  Failed to follow through on multiple STATE government-ran 911 complaints against Nikolas Cruz
  1.  Failed to follow through, 39 times, on calls about Cruz to the LOCAL government-ran Broward County sheriff's office of Scott Israel (I can assure you the real Israel would not have this problem)
  1.  Failed to restore government's former mental health facilities which were reduced 90% following the suicidal, Jewish-inspired, 1975 Hollywood film featuring Jack Nicholson in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, as this Nikolas Cruz character was a prime candidate to be locked up as one severely disturbed individual
  1.  Failed with criminal negligence in monitoring psychotic drug dispensing under the authority of the Federal government FDA
  1.   Failed to put this criminal Nikolas Cruz in prison because of a government-created Broward County policy to break the "school-to-prison-pipeline'. (Or school-to-mental health facility pipeline) And it did what it stated. The Obama-inspired government-program failed to place Cruz in prison where he belonged. In a Nov. 5, 2013 agreement titled "Collaborative Agreement on School Discipline", agreed upon by Robert Runcie, Superintendent of Schools; Michael Satz, State Attorney; Howard Finkelstein, Public Defender; Scott Israel, Broward County Sheriff; Franklin Adderley, Chief of the Fort Lauderdale Police Department; Wansley Walters, Secretary of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice; and Marsha Ellison, PResident of the Fort Lauderdale Branch of the NAACP and Chair of the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board.
  1.  Failed to document criminal behavior in government police reports, due to the failure to arrest Nikolas Cruz in the first place
  1.  Failed to keep guns out of the hands of this unstable person, by giving him a governmental DHS background-check seal-of-approval of his gun purchase, because of no arrests, leading to no criminal record, hence, no reason to reject his gun purchase application.
  1.  Failed to engage the shooter by the coward government-paid Sheriff's deputy specifically assigned to protect the high school, also under Scott Israel's guidance.
  1.  Failed to engage the shooter by four more cowardly government-paid Broward sheriff's deputies of Scott Israel
  1.  Failed to own up to any of these monumental governmental failures on the innocent children of government school Marjory Stoneman High School, by any government official
  1.  Failed HOPEFULLY to have the Judeo-MSM talk these same failed government officials from violating what remains of the Constitutional Second Amendment, by having government take guns away from everyone else in the entire country for the sins of this one boy and the abhorrent mortal sins of the failed governmental officials who created him and who enabled him
  1.   Failed HOPEFULLY from allowing Christians to protect their own own children as their parents

The resentment among Coral Springs officials toward Broward County officials about what they perceived to be a dereliction of duty may have reached a boiling point at a vigil the night of February 15, where, in front of dozens of others, Coral Springs City Manager Mike Goodrum confronted Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel.

A source familiar with the conversation tells CNN that Goodrum was upset that the Broward deputies had remained outside the school while kids inside could have been bleeding out, among other reasons.

A Real Solution

My how people quickly forget.

One "solution" out there is a movement to raise the age our youth can buy and possess a gun to 21. Really?

Are we as well going to raise the age we draft our youth into the military from 18 to 21?

Remember this old by-line?  "If a boy can be trusted to shoot and kill another in the military at age 18, then he should be allowed to keep a gun in his closet, right?

How about raising the voting age back to 21 from the age of 18 we changed it to with the 26th Amendment enacted on July 1, 1971.

Remember 1971?  Right in the middle of the Vietnam War?

This is the same argument Democrats made to military-loving Republicans to  get their vote lowering the voting age from 21 to 18.

The argument was made that "If Democrat President LBJ can forcedly draft me into the military, forcing a gun into my hands against my will, to fight a war I don't want fight, in a country I don't care about, with politicians doing everything possible to lose the war, while I'm shooting at these 12-year-old North Vietnamese kids, then by golly I should be able to vote!"

So, the so-called greatest generation, who finished school in the 8th grade, who in the following 7 years, worked and had 5 children by the time he was 21; joined with the following generation, who graduated from 12th grade, and in the following 3 years, worked and had 2 kids; to both jointly pass the 26th Amendment to give the vote to wet-behind-the-ears kids, who would not finish with their college until a year after they became 21, not yet married, not yet having worked full time, and not yet having to meet life's challenges on their own.

Now 18-year-olds are, by way of the 26th Amendment, Constitutionally, fully grown-up citizens.

How are you going to Constitutionally take away an 18-year-old's Constitutions 2nd Amendment rights, if the 26th Amendment says you cannot Constitutionally take away their right to vote?

Just does not make any sense.

What we need is a Constitutional Amendment to repeal the 26th Amendment, and raise the voting age to 25.

The age of 25 is when insurance companies say, statistically, young men are finally matured and can be fully trusted with a car. That is when their insurance premiums drop.

Trusted with a car, should equate to trusted by a woman to marry, should equate to trusted by our government, should equate to trusted with a gun, and only then should equate to trusted with our nation's future with the right to vote.

Only then perhaps we can start to talk about raising the age of gun ownership.

Only then will we have a chance to have an informed electorate who can be trusted to elect government politicians who can themselves be trusted to adhere to their oath to uphold the Constitution, including the Second Amendment.

But certainly not beforehand, because if you have crazy 18-year-olds loose on the streets killing fellow students due to evil government officials, then other students making the age of 18 in their senior year should Constitutionally have a right to a conceal carry in school to defend themselves when government policemen are too afraid to enter the government school to take out the shooter.

I would like to return to the days when we were only afraid to drive in front of a 16-year-old behind the wheels of a 2,000 pound monster car capable of moving 100mph.

Hawkins: Government Failed to Protect Us, Yet They Don’t Want Us to Protect Ourselves

The government failed to protect students and faculty at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, yet government officials respond to the heinous attack by digging in their heels against any suggestion that teachers be armed to defend themselves.

Consider the information available to us at this point:

  1. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office (PBCSO) received 911 calls about Nikolas Cruz in November 2017. The calls referenced violence and erratic behavior. CNN reports that in one of the calls with the host family, with whom Cruz was living after the death of his mother, told PBCSO they feared Cruz was going to turn a gun on the family. The family member told deputies that Cruz was “buying “tons of ammo” and had allegedly put “put [a] gun to others heads in the past.” No charges were filed, no arrest made.
  2. On January 5, 2018, the FBI received a tip describing “Cruz’s gun ownership, desire to kill people, erratic behavior, and disturbing social media posts, as well as the potential of him conducting a school shooting.” The FBI did not act on the tip.
  3. On February 14 Cruz attacked students and unarmed teachers in Stoneman Douglas High. A report from CNN claims four Broward County sheriff’s deputies were at the school as the attack was taking place but not one of them entered the school. On February 22 Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel told ABC 13 that video showed deputy Scott Peterson by building 12 on campus, yet Peterson never went inside to confront Cruz. The CNN report quotes Coral Springs sources that claim there were actually four Broward County deputies on scene who did not enter the building.

When Cruz attacked the school he faced no armed resistance because the teachers were not allowed to carry. President Trump noted that the lack of armed teachers is a weakness too great to ignore and, on February 21, called for “20 percent” of our nation’s public school teachers to be armed for school safety. The next day he reiterated his call, noting that first responders are “5 to 8 minutes” away when a school shooting occurs, but teachers are on scene to shoot sickos “immediately.”

And how did government officials respond to the call for teachers to be armed to defend themselves? The Hill reported that Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) called Trump’s push for armed teachers “abhorrent.” He intimated that arming teachers for self-defense was “an anathema.”

Blumenthal was not without like-minded Republicans who rejected calls to arm teachers as well. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) voiced his opposition to armed teachers on February 21 and Gov. Rick Scott (R) voiced his opposition to armed teachers on February 23.

Ironically, when Scott voiced his opposition, he said, “I think you need to have individuals that are trained, well-trained. My focus is let law enforcement do the keeping us safe and let teachers focus on teaching.”

Government officials like Gov. Scott ignore the fact that “well-trained” law enforcement personnel failed us during the February 14 attack. Local law enforcement, the FBI, and even the federal gun-free school law failed us.  And when we seek to arm teachers to prevent another scenario where an armed attacker finds a school full of sitting ducks, Sens. like Blumenthal and Rubio are quick to tell us teachers ought not be armed for school safety.

Government failed to protect us and they do not want us to protect ourselves.

Sources: Coral Springs police upset at some
Broward deputies
for not entering school

When Coral Springs police officers arrived at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on February 14 in the midst of the school shooting crisis, many officers were surprised to find not only that Broward County Sheriff's Deputy Scot Peterson, the armed school resource officer, had not entered the building, but that three other Broward County Sheriff's deputies were also outside the school and had not entered, Coral Springs sources tell CNN. The deputies had their pistols drawn and were behind their vehicles, the sources said, and not one of them had gone into the school.

With direction from the Broward deputies who were outside, Coral Springs police soon entered the building where the shooter was. New Broward County Sheriff's deputies arrived on the scene, and two of those deputies and an officer from Sunrise, Florida, joined the Coral Springs police as they went into the building.

Some Coral Springs police were stunned and upset that the four original Broward County Sheriff's deputies who were first on the scene did not appear to join them as they entered the school, Coral Springs sources tell CNN. It's unclear whether the shooter was still in the building when they arrived.

Deputy who stayed outside during school shooting had glowing reviews, his personnel records show

What these Coral Springs officers observed -- though not their feelings about it -- will be released in a report, likely next week. Sources cautioned that tapes are currently being reviewed and official accounts could ultimately differ from recollections of officers on the scene.

The resentment among Coral Springs officials toward Broward County officials about what they perceived to be a dereliction of duty may have reached a boiling point at a vigil the night of February 15, where, in front of dozens of others, Coral Springs City Manager Mike Goodrum confronted Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel. A source familiar with the conversation tells CNN that Goodrum was upset that the Broward deputies had remained outside the school while kids inside could have been bleeding out, among other reasons.

Goodrum said in a statement to CNN, "Given the horrific events of that day emotions were running high and the sheriff and I had a heated moment the following evening. Sheriff Israel and I have spoken several times since and I can assure you that our departments have a good working relationship and the utmost respect for each other." Goodrum declined to comment on the content of their conversation.

Sgt. Carla Kmiotek, public information officer for the Coral Springs Police Department, would not comment about CNN's story. "The Coral Springs Police Department will speak on behalf of our officers and their response in that incident," she said. " We will not speak on behalf of Broward Sheriff's deputies and their response to the incident."

Two days after the shooting, Coral Springs Police Chief Tony Pustizzi addressed some of the concerns voiced by his officers in an internal email obtained by CNN that said, among other items, "I understand that another agency has given the impression that it had provided the majority of the rescue efforts, and that the tremendous work of the Coral Springs Police and Fire Departments has not been recognized. Please know that this issue will be addressed, and the truth will come out in time. The focus for us now, however, must be on healing -- for ourselves, our families, our community and those residents surrounding us. While recognition is not the reason we choose to do what we do, our Commission, City Manager and residents are well aware of the actions our members took in the face of danger and the heroes that you are."

The Broward County Sheriff's Office did not return multiple requests for comment.

Information about ways the Broward County Sheriff's Office didn't sufficiently handle the shooter both before and during the incident started coming out in full force on Thursday, when Broward County Sheriff Israel announced that video showed Deputy Peterson outside the building where students were being shot for "upwards of four minutes."

"What I saw was a deputy arrive ... take up a position and he never went in," Israel said at a news conference. Israel said Peterson should have "went in. Addressed the killer. Killed the killer." Peterson was suspended without pay, after which he resigned.

County Superintendent Robert Runcie said, "I'm in shock and I'm outraged to no end that he could have made a difference in all this. It's really disturbing that we had a law enforcement individual there specifically for this reason, and he did not engage. He did not do his job. It's one of the most unbelievable things I've ever heard."

Israel also announced an investigation into how two other deputies had handled warnings about the gunman prior to the shooting.

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