Message To "Unknown Region"

Welcome to my site.
Two days ago my site has been getting a visitor from "Unknown Region."  On my site is a list of 107
countries.  I know where they are, but where is "Unknown Region?"  Are you in the North Pole, or at
the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station?  If you're from outer space, that would be real cool!
"Unknown Region," was mentioned in the Star War movies, but it also refers to some vast areas on earth that are not specifically identified.  Some of these could certainly pertain to Northern Alaska or Siberia in Russia.  Whether you wish to divulge your location, or your general location on earth is entirely up to you.
Whether you do or not, you're still more than welcome to visit my site anytime.  If you tell me, please advise whether I have your permission to divulge it or to keep it a secret.  Or, you may put it on this site by clicking on the title and the Comments section will appear.
Thank you,
Site Owner
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You Arrest The One Who Isn't Desecrating The Flag

But the five burly police officers of Valdosta State University couldn't find a better way to resolve the issue than to slam a female United States Air Force veteran to the ground and arrest her. -- Retired LEO.

You Think America and Canada Is Not At Risk

Sent to me via email by an American Patriot.

So England doesn't like the US recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.  Imagine that! 

I thought this might give you a better
understanding of the insidiousness of Hijrah, that's the takeover of a nation without going to war. 

Don't think for a moment that America is not a target or that there are no American cities where Islamic and Sharia victories and takeovers have already occurred.  It's time for border control, or start planning for a very big goodbye to the American way of life…  Here's what has already happened to England   within a few years of opening their borders without any entry control:

How the British have passively succumbed to the Muslim invasion:
 Mayor of London … MUSLIM,
Mayor of Birmingham … MUSLIM,
Mayor of Leeds … MUSLIM,
Mayor of Blackburn … MUSLIM,
Mayor of Sheffield … MUSLIM,
Mayor of Oxford … MUSLIM,
Mayor of Luton … MUSLIM,
Mayor of Oldham … MUSLIM,
Mayor of Rochdale … MUSLIM.

All the following achieved by just four million Muslims out of the 66 million population:
Over 3,000 Muslim Mosques,
Over 130 Muslim Sharia Courts,
Over 50 Muslim Sharia Councils,
Muslims Only No-Go Areas across the U K,

Muslim Women … 78% don't work and are on FREE benefits / housing,
Muslim Men … 63% don't work and are on FREE benefits / housing,
Muslim Families … six to eight children planning to go on FREE benefits / housing and now all UK schools are ONLY serving HALAL MEAT.

… and we (the U S A) and (CANADA) can't decide on an immigration policy… ?

One of the ways to combat this is to keep circulating information such as this e-mail around our United States and Canada to inform the uninformed who mainly only listen and read the left leaning U S and Canadian radio / TV and newspapers.  I have not seen this in the U S
or Canadian media…

You Can't Maintain a Safe Distance

Going to the store and back, I traveled on the same winding, mountain road. Absolutely no cars within two to three miles in either direction; except for stupid.

Going, a truck started tailgating me, so I slowed down to give him the message. He eventually did, but the rest of the way he got close and then backed off, close, then backed off, nearly a dozen times. The road is two lanes with no passing-zones, so he couldn't go anyplace or any faster than I was going.

On my way back there was an SUV behind me that kept a safe, constant distance all the way. Here is one idiot that speeds up, then brakes, speeds up, then brakes. How uncomfortable is that kind of driving? The other driver just fell comfortably behind me and we did the eight miles in about 10 minutes. In other words, I don't impede traffic.

It's far more comfortable following someone than to lead, as the one following can observe the front car, and therefore, is helped in his driving. Years ago while traveling on a fog covered, slippery road at night for about a 100 miles, I tagged up with another car. We both knew that leading in that kind of condition is very tiring, so we leapfrogged each other every 15-20 minutes to help each other out. If you're a good driver you can easily spot another one, and without communicating, both just know what to do.  

You Believe Twitter Supports Free Speech


Conservative activist Kaitlin Bennett, grassroots director of Liberty Hangout and recent Kent State University graduate, attracted controversy when she posted a picture of herself on social media sporting her graduation attire and one of those scary “black rifles,” in this case an AR-10. But when she followed this up with a picture on Twitter holding two pistols, captioned, “If I had a pistol for every gender there is,” the social media site suspended her account for “violating our rules against abusive behavior.”
Did Twitter also suspend the accounts of the users who tweeted death threats to her or encouraged her to kill herself? Not so much, according to NewsBusters: Messages such as “Take that gun off your hip, put it to your head, then squeeze,” failed to generate any punishment.
Given the asymmetry of Twitter's response, it's hard to see this as a corporation that supposedly supports free speech taking a political side. Bennett wasn't harassing anyone, but those who harassed her were given free rein to do so.
The young activist asked followers on Facebook to “let the world know Twitter does not welcome Conservatives on their platform.”

From an article in the NRA's America's 1st Freedom magazine.

You Stare While Driving

This phenomenon has been known by me for years, but it only recently came to my attention again. An 18-wheel truck driver on Facebook mentioned that a young man drove under his truck and was killed in the accident. I could deduce by his Post that he felt that he was partially responsible and that he felt sorrowful about the incident. Decent people do feel sorrowful about the loss of a young man's life, even if they weren't involved.

As I was unable to contact the driver, I made a request to my Facebook friends to help me find him. This led to a discussion about staring while driving and I posted the reason why I believed that it was not any action on his part that caused the death of the young man.

I believe that the young man stared at the underside of the truck which made him go into a trance that caused him to drive under the truck, causing the accident that killed him.

I witnessed the phenomenon first hand many years ago as a passenger in the front seat of the car that one of my sons was driving. (A new driver). While passing a trailer truck the car started veering to the right, towards the underbelly of the truck. I noticed that he was staring at the truck and not looking at the road ahead; and appeared as in a trance. I immediately took the wheel and spoke to him. This got his focus back and he indicated that he didn't know what had just happened.

Another incident that I wrote about in one of my police survival articles, is that of a young girl that drove right into the side of a police car that was parked on the side of the road. Unfortunately, the female police supervisor was standing at the driver's door talking to the officer inside the car. The young girls car peeled the officer off of the cruiser and killed her. Did the young girl intentionally kill the officer? I don't believe so. She went into a trance, causing her to veer towards the cruiser. My article also details on where an officer should position himself during a motor vehicle stop.

While discussing this phenomenon one of the bloggers stated that one of the driving instructors told him that one of the biggest causes of accidents involving young (new) drivers is staring instead of looking around. And that one of the best ways to kill yourself is to stare at the white broken lines while driving, especially while driving in fog.

Driving instructors should teach this to their young drivers. If they did, we'd have less young people killing themselves. Looking around instead of staring does not mean to be a swivel-head, but to merely be looking ahead, a bit to the sides, seeing any obstacles ahead so to be able to react in time, and not being fixated on any one object. If an object ahead appears to pose a danger, then, of course, pay closer attention to it.

Looking – is a physical activity through the eyes. It doesn't mean much.
Seeing - on the other hand, refers to the perception of what the eyes are looking at in the brain. It tells you whether the road ahead is normal or whether there is danger.
Staring - Is being fixated on only one object. Staring can lead you into a hypnotic trance that can lead you into a fatal accident. – DON'T STARE. LOOK and SEE.

You Vote For Gun-Grabbers

Posted on my Facebook page, Against Gun Confiscation, by my FB friend.  Thank you.

July 11 at 12:41 PM

Copied this awhile ago, and thought you would find it both interesting and informative. . 
A Heart Warming Thought.  

Here's a thought to warm some of your hearts 
... from Ed Chenel, a police officer in Australia 
Hi Yanks, 
I thought you all would like to see the real figures from Down Under. It has now been 12 months since gun owners in Australia were forced by a new law to surrender 640,381 personal firearms to be destroyed by our own government, a program costing Australia taxpayers more than $500 million dollars. 
The first year results are now in: * Australia-wide, homicides are up 6.2 percent ... * Australia-wide, assaults are up 9.6 percent .. * Australia-wide, armed robberies are up 44 percent (yes, 44 percent)! In the state of Victoria alone, homicides with firearms are now up 300 percent. 
Note that while the law-abiding citizens turned them in, the criminals did not and criminals still possess their guns! While figures over the previous 25 years showed a steady decrease in armed robbery with firearms, this has changed drastically upward in the past 12 months, since the criminals now are guaranteed that their prey is unarmed.There has also been a dramatic increase in break-ins and assaults of the elderly, while the resident is at home. 
Australian politicians are at a loss to explain how public safety has decreased, after such monumental effort and expense was expended in 'successfully ridding Australian society of guns ...' You won't see this on the American evening news or hear your governor or members of the State Assembly disseminating this information. 
The Australian experience speaks for itself. Guns in the hands of honest citizens save lives and property and, yes, gun-control laws affect only the law-abiding citizens. Take note Americans, before it's too late! 
Site Owner's Note:  Although this was earmarked for America, it is also pertinent to every countries' citizens whose government is attempting to confiscate or have already confiscated their weapons.  In some of my other posts, I show where gun confiscation has caused crime to rise and even their own government has killed over 170,000,000 of their citizens during the last century.  One point should be made about the rise in crime also. London has instituted, over the past few years, several very strict gun laws as to possession of firearms by its citizens.  Their murder rate has now surpassed New York City, which also has some of the strictest gun laws in America. The Liberal/Socialist/Progressive/Marxist government officials in Australia and London are not stupid, as that is their ideology.  It is you the citizen, the voter that is stupid.  Pardon my error; you are no longer citizens, you are now subjects.

You Don't Drive In Your Lane

I see so many drivers veer from side-to-side in their lane, constantly crossing over the solid white line on the right and then crossing over, or driving on top of, the broken white, or solid white, solid yellow, and double lines separating the lane from oncoming traffic.  Several drivers drive toward the center of the roadway and only move over when there is an oncoming car.  Many drivers purposely drive over these lines when around a curve in the road.  This may save two seconds out of your trip, but you're placing yourself in danger for merely two seconds.  Do the oncoming drivers believe that you fell asleep, driving drunk, texting, or merely not paying attention and therefore, they think that you're heading directly at them causing a head-on accident?  Stay in your own lane.  Stop being a lazy driver.
Note to young engaged females:  If your fiancee drives like the above, runs stop signs, speeds and tailgates, ask him, 'If you keep driving recklessly that causes an accident and I lose a leg in the accident, will you still marry me."  If he takes more than one second to answer, then the answer is NO.  Don't be a cowardly passenger, speak up.  It's your well-being at stake.

You don't occassionally say, "Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock

Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock is the same amount of time to say that follows the 2-second Rule and is equivalent as the distance of one car length for each 10 mph of speed.  While traveling at highway speed, it's nearly impossible to judge one car length for each 10 mph of speed.  This makes it easy to avoid tailgating.

How do you use, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock?  Merely pick a point in the road where the back of the car in front of you is.  Then start saying Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock in your normal speech speed.  If you've passed that point before you said the second Tock, then you were tailgating and you were putting yourself and the passengers in your car and in the car ahead of you in danger.  You will eventually subconsciously determine the safe distance between you and the car in front of you without constantly having to say, in your mind, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock.

At dusk and night time:  Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock = 3-second Rule.

Wet, slippery roads:  Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock = 4-second Rule.

Icy roads:  Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock = 5-second Rule.

Safety Rule #1.  If it's dark with wet, icy roads while pouring rain or heavy blowing snow: stay home.
Safety Rule #2.  Revert to Safety Rule #1.
Safety Rule #3.  Revert to Safety Rule #1.

Passengers are responsible for their own safety; therefore, it is imperative that they also do the Tick Tock.  If the driver is tailgating, then it's the passengers duty to tell the driver that he is.  No excuses.  If you didn't and end up dead, or wind up in a hospital it's as much your fault as the driver.  

Don't be a cowardly passenger.  It's your life he's playing with.