Web search saves son; Organ trafficking; Milwaukee County Sheriff to residents: Arm yourselves

A mother pushes the doctors to a correct diagnosis of her son’s symptoms after an Internet search and saves her son’s life:

Children go missing and their bodies found with missing organs in a town in Yaounde, capital city of Cameroun:

The report quotes people in the Camreoun town blaming this on local “ritual killings”. But not so long ago Central America was hit with a great number of kidnappings, many children and teens disappearing. A young American tourist was killed by a mob in one rural town in Guatemala, who thought she was part of this obviously organized criminal activity.

A perfect reliable source says these kidnappings were for the purpose of harvesting the organs. Politicians were involved, and very powerful international entities. The organs missing from the corpses in Cameroun are evidence of the same thing, in my opinion. Not that the “witch doctors” and pagan throwbacks, in now mostly Christian sub-Sahara Africa, are innocent souls. But organ trafficking is a BIG problem.

A Burlington, Vermont local club shooting range has barred Burlington police from its facilities, after letting them use the facility for free over the last two years, because the City Council directed a charter change committee to “draft a ban on assault-type firearms and large-capacity magazines”:

The club’s executive board “can no longer support the City of Burlington with such a prejudice against our club and its members, and has voted to suspend the City’s use of our range for its law enforcement. This action is effective immediately,” Boivin wrote in the letter.

The Burlington Police Chief’s public reaction to the news was very telling in its language, trying to look like he was concerned about a needed “dialogue”, as if it hasn’t been argued to death for two decades already and as if the thing isn’t getting demagogued to death already.

“It is unfortunate that this important and much needed community dialogue regarding gun control currently under way in the City of Burlington and across the Nation has resulted in this action,” wrote Andi L. Higbee, deputy chief.

Memo to Burlington Police Chief Boivin: Everybody knows what the issues are, and anybody who hasn’t already heard the “dialogue” can see this, unless you’re talking about the “action” taken by your CITY COUNCIL, hello, to disarm the good guys among your peaceful citizens, so you can make the bad guys among your citizens behave good. Right. We got it.

Now over there in Milwaukee County, Sherriff David A. Clarke Jr. in a radio ad, warned his citizens that conditions being as they are, residents should arm themselves and take a firearms safety course ” so you can defend yourself until we get there.”

Get it? “Defend yourself until we get there”? Here’s another thing he said that paints the real-world picture:

In the radio ad, Clarke tells residents personal safety isn’t a spectator sport anymore, and that “I need you in the game.”

“With officers laid off and furloughed, simply calling 911 and waiting is no longer your best option,” Clarke intones.

Actually, it never was an option in the real world. I have cousins who live plenty far from the nearest police station, and the police stations are tiny and their numbers are tiny.

Okay. I stayed at a motel once upon a time where the manager did his business with a firearm strapped to his side, in plain view, cowboy style. He said a policeman had told him he was a lot safer that way.

Makes sense to me. After all, not for nothing that’s where cops put theirs, right, so (1) the bad guys can see them, and (2) they can get to them quick.


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