The Political Dissident List – It’s About To Get Ugly -and- “I’m Your Huckleberry”….

……. [Excerpt From CFP]  The present administration is going after leakers, media sources, anyone and everyone who is even suspected of ‘betrayal.’ That’s what they call it, ‘betrayal.’…This administration considers anyone telling the truth about Benghazi, the IRS, hell, you name the issue, ‘betrayal,’” he said.

United States Cyber Command

“We know all this already,” I stated. He looked at me, giving me a look like I’ve never seen, and actually pushed his finger into my chest. “You don’t know jack,” he said, “this is bigger than you can imagine, bigger than anyone can imagine.  …. If you are a website owner with a brisk readership and a conservative bent, you’re on that list. It’s a political dissident list, not an enemy threat list,”…  (continue reading)

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50 Responses to The Political Dissident List – It’s About To Get Ugly -and- “I’m Your Huckleberry”….

  1. kinthenorthwest says:

    The men in black will be knocking at many doors before long, while the obots just drink their Obama Koolaide

  2. Susan says:

    Can I have a different bedtime story, please?

  3. howie says:

    I think it should be called “defection” not betrayal. The people have to decide. Just like Obama said. Do they want to live in a big brother police state or not. To be protected from some muslim fanatics. I rather take my chances than live in a police state post constitution. But this is a diversion. The administration is using the agencies to harass political opposition too. But lots of people rather live in lockdown cause they scared. Lots of people. Ahhh Dunno. Doubt it will end well. The omens are bad.

    • howie says:

      It is the “Cyber Curtain.” Much more efficient than the Iron Curtain ever was. Everything you do elctronically is saved in a vast government computer complex, for use and at will. Govern yourself accordingly.

  4. Sharon says:

    Well. It appears that Alan Colmes has betrayed Teh Won.

    ALAN COLMES: “I don’t know what he saw, but I’m quite disappointed about this. Also, the fact, not only did we find out they are looking at phone records of everybody who is a Verizon customer, but what other companies are they looking at in terms of telephone companies? We found out a day later, that they’re looking at internet providers, and yet some of those providers, like Google, said, “We don’t have any knowledge about this.””

    “How could that possibly be? And, if we can’t trust them to be transparent, and when they say, “Well, no one’s looking at who you’re talking to or the content of telephone conversations,” and they’re telling us that it’s a limited amount of information they’re getting, how can we trust them on that? From a civil liberties standpoint, it’s extremely disappointing.”

    And ya see, Alan, what inquiring minds out here want to know is how come you and yer ilk are getting paid big bucks to talk down to us and yet — what you have just so astoundingly discovered is not news to us at all.

    Why is that, Alan?? hmmmmm????????/

    • czarowniczy says:

      Go back a bit – I believe I beat the media on the extent of this. It’s not ‘inside knowledge’ or prescience. it’s organizational knowledge of politicians and bureaucrats work. The guy’s right, it’s not a ‘Republican’ or a ‘Democrat’ thing – if it were the opposite side would have been raising nine kinds of hell about it by now but all we’re getting from both sides is smoke, mirrors political theatrics. This Big Brother on Steroids operation is the political and bureaucratic Holy Grail. Rule 1 for both politicians and bureaucrats is to ‘survive, no matter what’. Rule 2 is to increase the breadth and reach of their powers. Bureaucrats have been perfecting this Hooverian HAL-2000 intel system for nearly twenty years now and by handing it over to the ultimate power junkies – professional politicians. The politicians wield it and in gratitude give the bureaucrats increased powers over the mouthbreathers who cannot be trusted with anything so sharp and dangerous as freedom. I don’t think the first attack on the internet’s openness will be from the causes he mentions, I’m looking at the screws being tightened due to UN complaints that it can violate other countries’ speech laws though its US 1st Amendment base. Both the EU and UN have made major complaints to the US that our freedom of speech and relative freedoms of action allow us to put things on there that are illegal in some countries that have open internet access. Germany and France are POd’ that we allow people to post holocaust denial writings (illegal there), sell items with swastikas on them, including books (illegal there), print rants on Jews and Muslims (illegal there and other places) and criticize other governments and allow dissidents to criticize their governments in relative anonymity. At any given time we are just one World Court decision away from losing a big chunk of the internet’s freedom if the DoJ uses it as an excuse put on a few brakes. And yes, Virginia (and the other 56 states too) there are procedures in place at the national level to selectively throttle and even derail the internet.

      • Sharon says:

        So is Door #3 the Scorched Earth Solution? Throwing all Treaties and imposed demands overboard and telling the UN and the muslims to take a flying leap?

        Am I completely mindless to think that if the screws are tightened (the quicker the better for maximum effective shock and awe from Americans’ response) that when it’s “every man for himself” across the land, that our enemies (foreign or domestic) will not know what hit them? And the UN will be looking for a quick exit from New York and environs?

        I can live without the internet but I have no intention of even trying to live without free speech or property rights. Coyotes that they are, if they really wanta keep peeing on normal Americans, I think they are overplaying their hand.

        • czarowniczy says:

          The UN has built an ‘alternate’ Hq in Vienna – guess they weren’t as sure about their abilities to turn the US into the a stalking horse for one-worldism as the Rockeyfeller folks were. As for the muslims and other sideshow mainliners, I always had a case of the reactionary posterior over some international group of well-dressed thieves giving equal standing to the civilized countries and ones that were run by tin pot dictators-of-convenience and ones that would make the 3rd world look like a Disney resort. Not exactly a statement that would get me a spot on that hill with the ‘I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing’ cast but that’s where the kid’s at. When some country that has an infant mortality rate approaching that of lemmings and can’t manage to get as many calories daily into an average citizen as my cat gets I think they should have their crayons taken away and sent out into the hall until they can pull their heads out of their assess and their hands out of the foreign aid till. The UN’s a fine idea but just ain’t practical, throw it the hell out of the US and let them set up permanent shop in Vienna at the corner of Irrelevant and Impractical streets. The Rockefeller family can take the land back, bulldoze the building and grow qat so that the new NYC cab drivers have a place to stop, chew and relax while waiting for their fare and welfare. On that note I’m going to bed.

        • czarowniczy says:

          Yep, that was my reference, mixed with a few more. I believe that the year 2000 election was the turning point for us.

    • canadacan says:

      Alan Colmes is a big pain in the gluteus maximus. Fox keeps dragging his sorry carcass out so they can be fair and balanced what a waste of time and money

  5. Sharon says:

    In the midst of revelations that the government has conducted extensive top-secret surveillance operations to collect domestic phone records and internet communications, the Justice Department was due to file a court motion Friday in its effort to keep secret an 86-page court opinion that determined that the government had violated the spirit of federal surveillance laws and engaged in unconstitutional spying.

  6. bullnuke says:

    Makes the purchases of all that ammo by DHS become a little clearer. Time for the true patriots in congress to lead the charge to expose this treasonous administration.

    • Holding one’s breath until that happens is not recommended. :evil:

    • Sharon says:

      The “true patriots in Congress” add to less than twenty, I’m thinking. Because they need actual courage and stuff to go along with consciously fulfilling their oaths of office. There aren’t many who are willing to do that. If there were, they would been apparent before now. The solutions for this are not going to come from Congress. Some Congressmen, as individuals, may indeed contribute to the solutions, but it will not be a Congressional solution based on what we’ve seen from them over the past few years.

      They have been ALL RIGHT with the things he has done Never forget that.

      • michellc says:

        I see maybe two in the Senate and have been told there are about 15 in the house by someone in the house. I have been told Congress is like a mobster racket, you’re badgered, threatened and every person you hear that tells it like it is such as Cruz or Gowdy are stepping off the reservation and are the enemy to Washington.
        So no these people are not the answer, they’re the problem. Both sides are corrupt and have been corrupt. That grocery list of goals by communists is almost complete and they managed to take over both parties. This can only be fixed by the people with pitchforks in hand.

        • howie says:

          Right. Here we have Liberals (Fiscal Socialists/Civil Libertarian), Libertarians (Civil and Fiscal Libertarian), Conservative, (Civil Conservative, Fiscal Conservative), And the Progressives, (Civil and Fiscal Totalitarians). At odds.

  7. jsjavascript says:

    ” I’m your Huckle Bearer “.

    • sundance says:

      Yes, the original intent of the phrase has to do with the huckle-wooded handles of coffins – but we choose to use the Huckleberry Hound tone to lighten it up a bit. ;)

      • jsjavascript says:

        btw I have to tell you, year to date that you particularly have done a fantastic job thus far bringing light to the Zimmerman case, I do realize the conjoined effort by all the others but, we are at the footsteps of the trial, And I just wanted to say Thank You …

    • jsjavascript says:

      The line as written in the script and delivered by Kilmer is ” I’m your huckle bearer “. … same as saying I’ll be your angel of death, I’ll carry you to your grave.
      It was actually a very common term and was considered a serious threat. When Kilmer delivered the line he was so connected to the character Holiday, that he slurred the words together in a refined southern draw. A habit Doc Holiday was known for because of his excessive use of alcohol among other things.

  8. ed357 says:

    The IRS was used to leak CONFIDENTIAL donor information to LIBERAL political operatives……..

    The EPA was used to leak CONFIDENTIAL farm information to LIBERAL environmental groups…….


    We’re expected to believe that the NSA won’t leak our CONFIDENTIAL information to some LIBERAL opposition group……(I wonder if this is how Petraeus was caught with his hand in the cookie jar?).

    BTW……islam sucks.

  9. likebooks says:

    And why do you think the Supreme Court Judge did his reversal on the Obamacare decision. I always thought they found something on him to threaten him with. He had written the descent opinion then all of a sudden rules the other way????

    • ed357 says:

      Would explain a lot……

      especially why all the Republicans RINO’s like Senators McRino and Grahanasty and Speaker Boehner will not cross 0bama and stand up to the DEMocRATS.

      I wonder what dirt 0bama has on them?

  10. Judy says:

    Could be the adoption of two Irish children born months apart by two different mothers, which in and of itself is fairly benign, but there is a problem, the laws governing adoption in Ireland are clear–“all adoptions go through [a] government board, An Bord Uchtala” including what American’s call “private adoption.” Yet, the Roberts adopted these two children through an unspecified Latin American country. If, and this is a really BIG IF, but if the Robert’s adoption of these two children circumvented Ireland’s laws by having the mothers transported to a Latin American country with friendly adoption laws to give birth, well then the Chief Justice may have very well have broken a few laws and IF, again, this is a really BIG IF, if someone in DC learned of these facts who is to say they may not have used them to blackmail the Chief Justice?

  11. czarowniczy says:

    Ah, Cyber Command. If I remember correctly you go out the front door of Cyber Command, take a left, go to the end of the street, take a right, walk a few hundred feet to the antenna arrays on your right and – poof – you’re at the NSA. The Cyber Command would still be in DC and Ft Meade would be a new upscale housing development were it not for the superbly maintained and little used golf course at Meade that the upper-rank military and Congresspersons just love to visit.

    I was just ruminating on how I wondered what the Government was going to do with that GPS data they had us collect while we were doing pre-census canvassing in 2009. They were frantic about how we had to stand in just such a place before we pushed the ‘collect’ button on the loaded addresses – not in the driveway, not on the front lawn but DIRECTLY on the porch or in front of the front door. Makes more sense now that we see the huge gathering of information by the State. Just as I said the S300 missiles were most likely in Syria and not pending delivery I’;m betting there’s a lot more info that’s been stored than we’re being told about – what’s missing is processing capacity and that’s just a few short weeks away at the new Utah Data Center. Indications are that they’ve vacuumed up credit card receipts and may be monitoring purchases from places such as eBay too. By the end of September every American will be a enemy-of-the-state in waiting with your guilt or innocence constantly being weighed by the winnowing and processing of incoming data flows. As I’ve said before, you can bet that all gun and gun-related purchases as well as your digital (ironic pun there) med records will be in Draper, Utah also. If the data being machine-analyzed trips an algorithm will your GPS co-ords be flashed to a drone that will put your house on its things-to-do list (no more backyard sunbathing regardless of how high your fence is)? Will your OnStar be split between the accident reporting center and the Good Neighbors at Camp Williams? (Government) Inquiring Minds Want To Know.

  12. Sharon says:

    Everything is about national security…………

    Meanwhile the U.S. government, in a notice published in the Federal Register Wednesday, declared that the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV, or simply

    MERS) could potentially “affect national security

    or the health and security of United States citizens living abroad.

    The founding fathers pointed out (somewhat fruitlessly, apparently) that a Republic could only survive as long as those at the very top of government were essentially peeps possessing genuine virtue. If they saw the mess we have right now, I think they’d be astonished that even the shell is still standing.

  13. Sharon says:

    Just one paragraph here:

    Three: Contrary to expectations, he didn’t resort to his usual lame “let’s have a debate about it” responsibility dodge. The responsibility dodge this time was different, and stronger. Namely, Congress and the courts know all about this and support it, so why are you blaming him? The public wants oversight of the executive on national security — witness the drone debate — and that’s what it’s getting on data-mining. Either you trust the three branches of your government to behave responsibly or you don’t, in which case go right ahead and tear down this security regime —…….The big problem with that argument, of course, is that we don’t know for a fact that less intrusive measures would necessarily mean less effective security. If you’re willing to take O’s word for it, presumably you’re also willing to believe that there’s no way to foil attacks on planes without a TSA apparatchik grabbing your crotch before you board. The hallmark of big government is inefficiency; surely, there’s a better way to go about this than bugging the entire Internet. But if there is, you’ll likely never know it.

    Straw men. False choices. Bluster. Threats. It really works well to have an insecured, drug-addled, adolescent, narcissist as POTUS, doesn’t it?

    The tipping point. Not too far ahead.

    • maryfrommarin says:

      I think it might be helpful to take a good hard look at what we depend upon on a daily basis, and try to figure out how to get along without as much of that as possible.

      • Sharon says:

        Either the threat or the reality of stopping transportation of goods to stock stores would be a weapon they would bring out early on, I’m thinking. As I try to think in more detail about how this might look, it occurs to me that some of our concerns about “knowing what to do and when” will be fairly quickly resolved because many options of “what to do” will no longer be available, and new options of “what must be done” will suddenly become very, very necessary. Our to-do lists will have few options, few luxuries, and more obvious stuff, tied to survival and resistance.

        I think we’ll be surprised by both unexpected obstacles and unexpected “simple answers”….should be interesting.

        Sort hate speculating at all though. Because that’s just what it is–speculation. I think.

    • howie says:

      Yuuup! Only those of us old enough to remember passbook savings accounts, Cash backed by metal, and checks without debit or credit cards, can understand life without the internet or computers. i even remember driver license on a piece of paper typed in at the DL office. It may be too late. Those things only exist in the memory of old people. When we are gone it will be erased from the collective memory of the people. 15 years maybe?

      • Sharon says:

        That’s an important detail. They need us older folks with detailed memories and (worse, in their book) actual knowledge of how things worked….to be gone, so that the younger generations don’t have the resource.

  14. maryfrommarin says:

    “National security” is a very useful catch-phrase, isn’t it? Just about any actions could be excused in the interests of “national security”. I’m surprised it hasn’t been trotted out to explain Benghazi yet, or Fast & Furious. Merely an oversight, I’m sure.

  15. 22tula says:

    I don’t know about you but I am getting sick and tired of this dirge. Time for some bunny music.
    Bad Bunnies that is.

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