Same Old Talking Points with Stilettos

Surf is up for socialism from Leftifornians to Leftiyorkers. Their latest stunt involves comparing Venezuela to the US economy. Right, not a lot of difference between them.

So if they can compare Venezuela’s dire situation to the “evils of capitalism,” then these people really don’t have a clue. Venezuela shows the softness of socialism?

When a Go Fund Me page appears and raises 17 million to build the wall, of course liberals or Democrats are fuming. People should only be able to raise money for lying hacks to take down a SCOTUS nominee or conservative. How dare people support border security.

Though Democrats’ talking points about the wall secures nothing, but costs us billions.

So Twitter slaps a big warning on the Wall petition and fundraiser telling everyone that Twitter and their “partners” have determined it too risky to link it. They say they are protecting their users from “potential” malicious threats by blocking the site. Now raising money to build a wall to secure the border is a huge threat. Orwellian.

However, the leftist shadow campaigns which sprung up as petitions and fundraisers in response to the Wall fundraiser have naturally not been deemed a threat. So open borders are no threat to national security either. Encouraging lawlessness is Christian compassion.

But there is a problem every time the left tries to outdo itself on talking points. They have been so far over the top for over ten years that no one could take them seriously anymore. Still they need to come up with new language and comparisons all the time, because the last stuff they shoveled out has already gotten old. So “Buyer Beware!”

In fact, if we haven’t gotten the loud and clear message yet, between media attack dogs and the rowdy fascist left, reality is that they have finally mainstreamed radicalism.

Mission complete.

In the immortal words of the colorful James Traficant, “Beam me up, Scotty.”
Or as Texas Congressman Ted Poe always said…”and that’s just the way it is.”

In Venezuela they call the organized gangs extorting conditions “the Colectivos.” By George, I think I will start calling Democrats here the Collectivos.

Right Ring | Bullright

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Ripples in a world of news

Leaked Docs Show UK’s Spy Bill Would Force Internet Providers To Track People In Real Time

A draft of a proposed new surveillance law in the U.K. leaked Thursday shows the country’s government wants the power to force internet service providers (ISPs) to give up people’s communications in real time.

The Investigatory Powers Bill, colloquially known as the “snoopers’ charter,” originally passed under the helm of the Conservative Party in November.

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Other world news

Venezuela — NBC News

In cities around the country there are reports of political unrest by day and shootouts and looting at night. Scenes include students and housewives armed with sticks and rocks, confronting National Guard troops with anti-riot gear using tear gas, water cannons and other weapons to beat back crowds.

Does any of that sound vaguely familiar?

Who knew El Chapo Guzman had a wife who is an American citizen, with twin girls? Just consider those thoughts for a moment. – NBC News

Sure America has problems but…

Venezuela seizes toilet paper factory to avoid shortage

21 September 2013

    The Venezuelan government has taken over a toilet paper factory to avoid any scarcity of the product.

    The National Guard has taken control of the plant, and officers will monitor production and distribution.

    Earlier this year officials ordered millions of toilet rolls to be imported to counter a chronic shortage.

    Last week President Nicolas Maduro created a special committee to tackle the problem, which the government blames on unscrupulous traders.

    The government ordered the temporary occupation of the Manpa plant in the northern state of Aragua, state-run Radio AVN reported.

    In a tweet on Thursday, Venezuela’s Vice President, Jorge Arreaza, said authorities would “not permit hoarding of essential commodities, or any faults in the production and distribution process.”

    The Minister of Trade, Alexander Fleming, said the factory occupation complied with Venezuelan law.

I’ll try to control the laughter….this is serious sh!!t stuff.