Protecting What Is Valuable

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In Mexico, people understand that the world is dangerous. The transport of money involves three armed guards in the hotel lobby.

In US schools, children are protected by teaching them about global warming and how it threatens their future.

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34 Responses to Protecting What Is Valuable

  1. gator69 says:

    When I was in the Yucatan a couple of years ago, I was very impressed with the police I encountered. All of them were extremely professional, and very well armed. They did not waste time harassing drivers, and I felt very safe no matter where I ventured.

    We have alot of well trained soldiers who are looking for work, and million of kids that need heroes. Can somebody figure out how to fix these problems?

  2. Eric Simpson says:

    I remember in the ’80s my Dad would say that the biggest problem man faces is the threat of nuclear war. But I said that maybe it isn’t the biggest problem. What about viral epidemics? Or whatever, as a bigger problem or threat? But when the libs started squawking about global warming I’m sure his tune changed to say that agw is the greatest problem. How retarded. Obviously nuclear war is a much bigger threat to us today then the fantasy of agw.

  3. gator69 says:

    The far eastern portion of the democrat party has spoken…

    “The Communist Chinese government, via its state-run media front Xinhua, has called for Americans to be disarmed, arguing that the Sandy Hook school massacre demands “no delay for U.S. gun control….

    Indeed, it was Mao himself who said “political power grows out of the barrel of a gun.”

  4. Jean-Paul says:

    Those three armed guards are there to defend people’s money against potential thieves. When there is no paper or metal money anymore, there is no need to have armed guards. Electronic money is not people’s money and must not or cannot be guarded against institutional thieves.

  5. SMS says:

    Years ago there was a massacre of tourists at Egypts Hatshepsut’s Temple near Luxor. Sixty two tourists were killed. The Egyptian government did not disarm it’s citizens. Instead they provided armed protection for all tourists. Terrorists are only “brave” when the victims are unarmed. When we hear of massacres in other countries, whether it be Iraq, Syria, Kosovo or some little African country; the victims are always unarmed. Sometimes the terrorists use guns, sometimes they use machetes. Or in the case of Timothy McVeigh, you use a bomb and kill 168 innocent unarmed human being, including 19 children under the age of six.

    Thinking that limiting the size of a gun magazine to 10 rather than 15 isn’t going to make any difference in the outcome. Sick people will just practice on how to change magazines faster. The outcome is the same.

    The solution isn’t gun control. It’s much deeper. Much deeper than can be discussed on this blog thread. There are a lot of sick people out there. Identifying and controling these people without excessively restricting freedom is going to be a subject that will be debated for a long time.

  6. Brad says:

    When my family stayed at that resort we took a taxi into Cabo to a restaurant. On the way there a small pickup with uniformed “Federales” in the bed turned in front of us. I guess maybe 5. They were armed to the teeth. My Mother In Law said that made her nervous. I said you should feel safe. If they are out then maybe the bad guys are not. I can’t remember the name of the place but the food was excellent and full of locals.

  7. rpercifield says:

    What is quite telling is this: The Obama administration is willing to sell “Assault Weapons” to Mexican Criminals, but refuses to allow non-criminal American Citizens to have the same weapons. Solution, have the administration give us the same rights they extent to the Mexican Drug Lords. Problem Solved.

  8. Sundance says:

    “In US schools, children are protected by teaching them about global warming and how it threatens their future.”

    This was mentioned today in a Dot Earth post where Revkin promotes Dave Roberts moral concern for how climate that will hurt the “unborn”. I don’t know Dave Roberts but there is a large segment of progressives that don’t seem to give a rat’s ass about the “unborn” when they are being carried in a womb. Funny how progressives can be so hypocritical.

  9. TonyO of Aust says:

    Just to get the murder of the young into perspective, can anyone tell me how many abortions were performed in the USA in the past year??

    And what Obama & Co are doing to reduce this number? (I am assuming it is greater than the 20 murdered in Sandy Hook).

  10. While I am a Brit, I was brought up on a farm. We had a gun for every occasion. Two 12 guage shot guns including a valuable “Churchill”, one 10 gauge and two “Four Tens”. Two “303” hunting rifles effective up to 800 yards, a BSA bolt action 0.22″ and a beautiful Winchester pump action (12 round) 0.22″ rifle. In spite of our significant fire power we never used any of these weapons in the commission of a crime.

    During military service I became proficient in the use of the hand guns, various machine guns, 17 pounders (85 mm), mortars, plastic explosives etc.

    Today I don’t have any kind of firearm in the house and I don’t want one.

    However, if Biden convinces me that the rights of US citizens relating to gun ownership will be restricted, I will purchase a hand gun, a powerful hunting rifle and ample ammunition before the legislation is enacted.

  11. TonyO of Aust,
    A sane governmnet would be subsidizing target practice instead of abortion.

  12. David Appell says:

    Invoking fears of school children is odious. Dispute the science if you want — keep school children out of it, you fucking coward.

  13. David Appell says:

    Why is “Steve Goddard” afraid to put his real name to his opinions?? He’s a pussy, plain and simple.

  14. David Appell says:

    How many people here know that “Steve Goddard” is a pseudonym???

  15. David Appell says:

    If a person can’t be honest about their name, nothing else they say can be taken seriously.

    • TonyO of Aust says:

      David Appell – this, apparently, is your real name. Yet, I do not take anything you say seriously….so what’s your point???
      I don’t use my real name either – because of crackpots……the socialist/left do not have any qualms about murder – that is an historical fact.

      “Invoking fears of school children is odious” – not sure what you mean with that. However, it is something which ties in with socialist/left tyrannies – the aim being to disarm the people, followed by what socialist/leftists do best. The CAGW scam ties in beautifully with socialist/left aims of control, control, control….

      If Obama & Co were really concerned about the murder of the young, the low hanging fruit is in stopping abortion on demand.

      I am afraid your little rants above, especially the first, only reflect on you – poorly.

      • David Appell says:

        My point is that “Steve Goddard” is a fucking coward, who spends his workdays blogging instead of doing the job taxpayers are paying him to do.

        Why do you follow someone afraid to put his name beside his opinions?

      • David Appell says:

        “Tony”: Why are you afraid to use your real name?

      • David, I use my real name but have still reached the conclusion you’re a complete dickhead.

      • TonyO of Aust says:

        David – Tony”: Why are you afraid to use your real name?”
        I thought that would be obvious – it’s because of people like you.
        Who I am afraid for is not me, but those close to me.
        The socialist/left brigade place no value on human life – only their own selfish desires.

      • peterh says:


        Enough with the ad hominem…who cares about “steve goddard.” He does a fantastic job of countering warmist propaganda with facts. I.E.

        Facts don’t lie, regardless of who is presenting them.

        I certainly don’t buy everything. I have sufficiently disagreed with “steve goddard” enough to have my every post shuffled right off to the spam bin! But you can’t argue with the facts.

      • Appell,

        I am working several different private sector contracts and am not doing any work involving taxpayer money. Your attempts to invade my privacy are disgusting. They indicate a lot about your character,- or lack thereof.

  16. Old Goat says:

    Mr. Appell, did you get out of the wrong side of your (or someone else’s) bed, this morning?

    I can do without your stupid rantings this time of the (my) morning, whilst trying to catch up with serious issues. Take a step back sir, and shut the fuck up. Oh, and you may call me Mr. Goat…

  17. gator69 says:

    David Appell: Ambassador from the alarmist state, and a skeptic’s greatest foil. 😆

  18. Me says:

    Merry Christmas to you too David Appell. 😉

  19. sunsettommy says:


    David Appell is more interested in personal names than to stick with the topic because he has nothing rational to offer.

    Carry on illogical being.

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