Texas Police Chief Urges Citizens to Arm Themselves So They Can Protect the Cops

11 Dec

Texas Police chief to public: “I don’t want you runnin’ outta bullets and I don’t want you runnin’ outta guns.”

Q:  Is this a great country, or what?

A:  It was.  It’s not so great now.  But it’s beginning to look like there’s a chance that it could be great again.

I see the Trump phenomenon, police advising people to arm themselves, a willingness to refuse to allow Muslims to enter The USA, and Obama melting, melting into a puddle of lies–and I’m reminded of Ronald Reagan’s A.D. 1984 political campaign slogan:  “It’s morning again in America”.

I’m not saying that it definitely is “morning again in America”.  But I am saying that it might be.

Surprisingly, we owe a lot of this new “morning in America” to the San Bernardino Muslims who recently fired the “shots heard ’round the Nation” that killed or wounded nearly 40 (unarmed) Americans.  That murderous, satanic, Muslim bastard and his Saudi Arabian bitch got America up off the couch.  Their attack reminds me of the A.D. 1775 skirmish at Concord, Massachusetts where British soldiers killed 8 Americans and wounded at least another 8 in what came to be called “The Shot Heard Round The World”.  With those American deaths, England triggered the American Revolution and England’s subsequent decline.

In a similar sense, the San Bernardino Muslims shed American blood on American soil with their “shots heard round the nation”.  Now, we’re going to see how long we can stay on our feet, or if we lose heart and sink back into the couch.  Have the Muslims helped trigger a USA revolution?    We shall see.’

But strange things are happening and the forces of political correctness are in disarray and retreat.  Praise the LORD!   We appear to me to be on the verge of an revolutionary outbreak of truth in America.

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Extra-credit video from Ronald Reagan’s 1984 political campaign. (Good LORD, how this country has changed in the last 30 years.  And not for the better.)

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Posted by on December 11, 2015 in 2016 Election, 2nd Amendment, Trump, Values


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31 responses to “Texas Police Chief Urges Citizens to Arm Themselves So They Can Protect the Cops

  1. Bruce

    December 11, 2015 at 1:47 PM

    “That murderous, satanic, Muslim bastard and his Saudi Arabian bitch got America up off the couch.”

    OK, so a young guy got a college education, a (rare) decent job, a new wife and a 6-month old infant. He was generally described as cheerful by those that knew him, a nice guy. Then, he spends a boatload on guns (though he doesn’t seem to have any grasp on what makes an effective assault weapon), turns his garage into a “factory” for pipe bombs, and takes his new wife (bitch?) on a suicide mission to murder his fellow employees (who had the mistaken impression he was a nice guy) because he apparently believes that his country of origin should be under Sharia law. Really? That makes sense to you?

    • Adask

      December 11, 2015 at 9:43 PM

      No, it doesn’t make sense to me–but that’s part of the point. I am of the culture of the Western world a/k/a “Christendom”. What makes sense to me is usually “sensible” within the Christian culture/system of values.

      The San Bernardino Jihadists are from a Muslim culture where the attacks they are alleged to have committed make perfect sense to them. What you and I might see as madness to be condemned, they may view as martyrdom to be praised.

      That’s part of the reason why I believe the Muslims don’t belong here. The logic of their faith will push them to commit acts that seem irrational, nonsensical and even insane to those raised in a cultural based on Christianity. They will never be assimilated unless they abandon their Muslim faith.

      That’s an example of the “clash of cultures” and/or “clash of civilizations” that I see as INEVITABLE whenever you try to mix Muslims and Christians in the same community. The differences between the two resulting cultures are too great to be reliably overcome. At bottom, one culture (Christian-based) believes in “freedom”; the other culture (Muslim-based) does not That conflict cannot be overcome, mediated or indefinitely, ignored.

      If you’re going to bring Muslims into your own community, you do so at your own peril and at the peril of future generations.

      • 01slinky07

        December 12, 2015 at 9:33 PM

        Christendom..led by the almighty devil worshipping heros of the catholic heirachy have just as much, if not more, blood on their hands, than any other group of people, ever, in history…including that god forsaken &internationally despised land of the almighty dollar & world police, the USA. First time ive read a racist or ill balanced comment from u adask. If u step outside of your own emotional ties to your birthplace& homeland, you too will see that your country is the biggest creator of world problems..& as im sure u already know, fuckhead leaders from your fucked country are the very people that arm all of these other problematic minorities. America is getting what shes been asking for, for decades.. wake up n smell the roses mate. Goin to get a whole heap worse, before it gets better for any1, & the blame worldwide reats mainly on the cockheads in control of your pathetic nation

  2. phil cali

    December 11, 2015 at 5:38 PM

    “Surprisingly, we owe a lot of this new “morning in America” to the San Bernardino Muslims who recently fired the “shots heard ’round the Nation” that killed or wounded nearly 40 (unarmed) Americans.”


    To your comment above…

    We don’t owe shit to those f-ing shitbags who killed Americans in San Bernadino (and Paris, and anywhere those jihadist MF’s exact this carnage). In my humble opinion, my point is that it is inconsiderate and disrespectful to to say that we owe ANYTHING to those scumbags in regard to the ‘enlightenment’ to what is occurring. Most Americans understood the danger well before Paris and SB. Even the delusional liberals know this but keep silent to maintain their ill-fated agenda.

    Your statement, though I understand where you’re coming from, is frivolous in respect to those of whom died in this massacre. I’m just saying we don’t ‘owe’ those d-bags anything. The reality is just more real now – but the threat was always known.

    The Texas chief is well spoken and right on point about our Constitutional rights. In fact, I’ve been thinking about purchasing a gun for quite some time and well, now’s the time.

    Thanks for the forum, Al. Follow you all the time.



  3. Imagine

    December 11, 2015 at 7:13 PM

    We emailed this vid to our county sheriff and lieutenant

    • Adask

      December 11, 2015 at 9:44 PM


  4. Mick

    December 11, 2015 at 11:40 PM

    When Abbott was still the Texas Attorney General (and I opposed him and the democrat running for governor because they are both attorneys – violation of separation of powers) I called up his office after the news that a young man somewhere close to the east coast was in his car waiting for the light to turn green, was killed by some Muslim simply because the Muslim had a jihad to accomplish. I was unfortunate to talk to one of the AG assistant attorney employees, named Pat (a woman). I asked her what was the AG’s position as to how Americans (Texans) should protect themselves from events such as that. She said, “The Attorney General’s office has no opinion on such things, and, by the way, why are you asking? Are you planning to do something to Muslims?”

    Sounds like a typical bureaucrat with mattress stuffing for brains.

    Oh, so it has happened again, only on the other coast and in greater numbers. Hmmmm. I suppose they still have no opinion, and if we even think about protecting ourselves, we must be on the verge of breaking the law.

  5. Tony

    December 12, 2015 at 9:12 AM

    Hi Al,

    I am surprised you buy into the official story. Are you so certain that Aurora, Sandy Hook, Boston, Marathon, and this are not government sponsored so as to push an agenda? For example (and I really hope you watch this)…

    I believe McGowan was murdered for exposing too much.


    • Adask

      December 12, 2015 at 3:37 PM

      My problem with the hoax stories is that every time stubs his toe, somebody else claims it’s a false-flag hoax. Some of those stories may truly be hoaxes. But there are so many hoax stories, that I have a hard time believing that every alleged hoax story is real. Common opinion is that most of the stories are true. I start with presumption that those common opinions are right, and then I write from there. I could be wrong, but so could many of the hoax stories.

      • kanani

        December 12, 2015 at 7:17 PM

        Seek out the helicopter footage of the reporter asking to “go to it” possibly meaning the staged shot up black suv and dead perpetrator.

        There is a bunch of other news footage that does not add up with what was reported for the San Bernardino event…just like

        Paris 11/13
        Charlie Hebdo
        Atlanta church shooting
        Joe Stack
        Gabby Gifford
        9/11…& on & on

  6. dog-move

    December 12, 2015 at 3:26 PM

    The sheriff did advise you to get a “permit” to carry– he doesnt realize he’s in ” this state” and subject to it. I believe the day is soon to arrive, if not already here, that you will not need a permit to carry a weapon.

  7. peg-powers

    December 12, 2015 at 3:59 PM

    Carry it OPENLY! All of youse! In Oregon we carry OPENLY in plain sight.

  8. Adask

    December 12, 2015 at 10:46 PM

    @ 01slinky07

    My comments about the Muslims are not about trying to place blame. I’m fairly well aware of the sins and crimes committed by the West. If I weren’t, I wouldn’t have spend the last 32 years of my life as a political activist trying to make changes in my own country.

    What I’m trying to communicate is that blame is irrelevant. We can blame the Muslims, the Muslims can blame us. We can call them “terrorists”. They can call us “terrorists”. Their claims are probably just as justified as ours. But, in my opinion, it doesn’t matter who committed the first terrorist act, or the most recent.

    My fundamental point is that regardless of anyone’s notions of right or wrong the culture differences between Christians and Muslims are too great, too fundamental, too intractable, to ever be resolved. This is dogs and cats, lions and hyenas, fire and water. My argument is that if you want to mix Muslims with Christians, there’s going to be big, murderous trouble. Assimilation is not possible. There’ll be no moderation or accommodation that lasts for for long. Muslims and Christians have two fundamentally different systems of values and conflict can’t be overcome. However, the conflict can be avoided if both sides stay on their side of the line.

    As to your comment that “your country [the U.S.] is the biggest creator of world problems..& as im sure u already know, fuckhead leaders from your fucked country are the very people that arm all of these other problematic minorities. America is getting what shes been asking for, for decades.. wake up n smell the roses mate”–I pretty much agree with you. Our government seems to know no limits. It’s as crazy and psychopathic as Nazi Germany.

    But I will stay this for The USA: If we are no longer great or even admirable–we were once. We may have foolishly, stupidly, ignorantly lost that status, but we held if for a while–and damn few other nations in world history can make that claim. I’m one of the apparent fools who still thinks we have a chance to regain that stature. I wouldn’t bet that’ll happen, but I’m pushing in that direction.

    One other point: As stupid as we’ve been, Americans have still (so far) retained their right to keep and bear arms. If you want to see a really effed-up nation, look for one where the people had the right to keep and bear arms, but surrendered that right to the government. Now, that’s stupid.

    • cathy baldwin

      December 12, 2015 at 11:37 PM

      Bravo to A. Adask response to @ 01slinky07.

    • 01slinky07

      December 13, 2015 at 12:51 AM

      I agree in part, it is true that muslims & religions of christendom are intrinsically seperated by belief… And that they cant assimilate. But seekers of truth & righteousness, that choose to follow the christ & the words principals laid out in that great book , instead of the dogmas of heirachical religions, would easily accept & love their neighbour’s, and their enemies, by cultivating the fruits of the spirit, and applying the christlike love principals that he admonished his followers to learn & live. Christendom is another man made means the dark forces have inspired to turn people away from truth & love, & have them instead held under a fear based spell of judgement & elitism.
      Agree with your last little dig @ the aussies too, but unfortunately, their was nought the people could do. We didnt have a rite to bare arms within our constitution.. And since we are also no longer under the australian constitution ( havent been since the land was “flooded” in 76, but are instead under the fraudulent constitution of Australia, ) we as a nation had no real means of offering a legal fight.
      Besides all that, your blog is a highlight, every post i read. Keep up the good work.

      • 01slinky07

        December 13, 2015 at 1:28 AM

        And my gracious thanks, for all the time you spend, in sharing your thoughts, knowledge, wisdoms & truths. Humble you may be, but the work you do is truly admirable & inspirational.

  9. cathy baldwin

    December 12, 2015 at 11:08 PM

    There seems to be a proliferation of weirdo’s like slinky, who cannot or will not, simply look at reality. For some reason they just can’t understand the very simple reality that is, the Muslim goals are simple and stated and restated in international information: destroy Israel and then the USA. What the whole thing is about is domination. Now ‘ mate’ slinky, appears to be under the same misunderstanding as many people and countries, including much of the church, there is blame on USA and not their country, location, or personal self. These murderous, inbred, demons are in jihad against the rest of civilization.

    • 01slinky07

      December 13, 2015 at 12:54 AM

      There are none so blind as those that refuse to see Cathy. By your reply, your in that bunch.. i wont waste my time with reason on you. Peace luv n mungbeans to ya though.. 😜

    • kanani

      December 13, 2015 at 4:38 PM

      There were a few early news reports about the San Bernadino shootings where eye witnesses stated it was three shooters who possibly could have been white males with muscular frames.

      The third shooter was dropped rather quickly from the news and replaced with a middle eastern couple who on the way to a mass shooting, first dropped of the kid, pledged allegiance to ISIS, did a massacre, updated the ol’ Facebook account, and then were conveniently killed by the local swat force who happens to be holding a terrorist drill a few minutes drive away.

      This whole story is fishy. I doubt Muslims had little, if anything to do with this latest event.

      • Adask

        December 13, 2015 at 10:59 PM

        i agree that the story is strange (fishy). Some witnesses say three white males, some say Muslim husband and wife. Implication: at least one set of witnesses is mistaken or lying.

        First order of business? Find out which witnesses are mistaken or lying.

        If one set of witnesses is lying, find out why. Note that if one witness says the one shooter was a white male and another witness says the one shooter was an Hispanic female, we have evidence of confusion.

        If two or more witnesses mistakenly agree that the there were three shooters who were all white males, we have evidence that the witnesses are either telling the truth or conspiring to deceive the investigators and/or public. Similarly, if several witnesses agree that there there were only two shooters–a man an a woman–we have evidence that either the witnesses are corroborating each other’s account or they are conspiring to lie in unison as part of a conspiracy to deceive.

        Let’s prepare an alternative story: Three dozen people are killed or wounded by three white guys who completely disappear–but some witnesses say the shooters were only two–a man and a woman.

        Later, an innocent Muslim man and woman (who are reportedly wearing “tactical clothes” and carrying assault-type weapons) are caught driving a mini-van and are assassinated by scores of police officers. The husband reportedly works with the people who were killed or wounded and was angered by someone at the party that day and left the party to go be with his wife.

        That’s also a “fishy” story.

        If this was a governmental conspiracy to “frame” the innocent Muslim man and wife, how did the government know that the husband would be made angry enough at the party to leave? How did the government know the husband and his wife would dress up in “tactical clothes”? How did the government know that the Muslim wife would have no alibi for the time when the shootings took place. How did they know that the husband and wife could be found driving together and easily subject to assassination? If this conspiracy story was true, it required an incredibly risky set of variables, any one of which could’ve trashed the story.

        For example, what if the husband got mad at the party and left, but didn’t go home. What if he stopped off at the local topless bar for a couple drinks? What if the husband drove home, picked up his wife and dropper her off at Mom and Dad’s to be with the baby–and then headed out, all alone, to the topless bar? If the husband is not caught and killed with the wife, the whole “man and woman” witness reports might fail. If that angry Muslim husband didn’t do everything the government conspirators relied on during the SEVERAL HOURS between when he left job and allegedly came back to start shooting, the entire conspiracy theory would collapse

        My point is that whenever there’s a mass shooting the shooter(s) is/are probably crazy. That means the reason may not readily explain what happens. In the midst of that mass shooting, the witnesses who survive will be viewing things in the midst of chaos and panic and may not “see” what they claim to have seen.

        Mass shootings, by their nature, almost always result in “fishy” stories.

        If you think the current shooting story (the Muslims did it!) is fishy, apply the same analysis to the “conspiracy story” (the Muslims are innocent!) to see if that alternative story is also “fishy” (and perhaps even “fishy-er”) than the original story.

        I wasn’t there, so I don’t know whichever story is the truth. But I can still make a half-way decent guess as to what the truth is most likely to have been. So can you.

    • kanani

      December 13, 2015 at 4:52 PM

      Many organized religions tell thier flock to undermine & kill the heretic, goyim, infidel. Muslims don’t have a monopoly on that stuff.

      • phil cali

        December 13, 2015 at 5:13 PM


        Nice try, but I’m not buying it. If you are inferring that the mainstream media (MSM) distorts things or only reports what they want to (Fox loves cops, MSNCC ‘hates’ them) then I agree with you. However, I believe that the liberal MSM is also reporting that the murderers are who we believe they are. If anyone would report what you are blindly asserting it would be MSNBC and possibly CNN. If you have info that reports that the killers were NOT Muslims then please cite evidence to it.

  10. phil cali

    December 13, 2015 at 9:09 AM

    “There seems to be a proliferation of weirdo’s like slinky, who cannot or will not, simply look at reality. For some reason they just can’t understand the very simple reality that is, the Muslim goals are simple and stated and restated in international information: destroy Israel and then the USA. What the whole thing is about is domination. Now ‘ mate’ slinky, appears to be under the same misunderstanding as many people and countries, including much of the church, there is blame on USA and not their country, location, or personal self. These murderous, inbred, demons are in jihad against the rest of civilization.”

    To Cathy’s reply above to 01slinky07, I’ll add to what she said to see if it becomes even clearer…

    Muslims are under Sharia Law. The word ‘Law’ is appended for a reason. It is what Muslims (a religion) must adhere to as their LAW. Therefore their religion is their rule of law, and every other law is subservient to their religion. The Constitution is our law (though bastardized beyond recognition) and accepts all religions that FIRST fall under the Constitutional rule of law. The Constitution grants us freedom of religion – as long as that religion is conducive with the Constitution of which does not allow any religion to RULE as law even though it is based upon Christian principles. And another key word here is ASSIMILATION, of which Muslims do not want any part of in America. To that point, a prescient letter from Teddy Roosevelt below…

    From a letter written on Jan. 3, 1919, shortly before his death on January 6, 1919, just a few months after the armistice that ended the fighting in World War I:

    NEW YORK, Jan. 6. — What was the last public statement by Col. Roosevelt was read last night at an “All-American concert” here under the auspices of the American Defense society, of which he was honorary president.

    “I cannot be with you and so all I can do is to wish you Godspeed,” it read. “There may be no sagging back in the fight for Americanism merely because the war is over.

    “There are plenty of persons who have already made the assertion that they believe the American people have a short memory and that they intend to revive all the foreign associations which more directly interfere with the complete Americanization of our people. Our principle in this matter should be absolutely simple.

    “In the first place we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here does in good faith become an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with every one else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed or birthplace or origin. But this is predicated upon the man’s becoming in very fact an American and nothing but an American.

    “If he tries to keep segregated with men of his own origin and separated from the rest of America, then he isn’t doing his part as an American.

    “We have room for but one flag, the American flag, and this excludes the red flag which symbolizes all wars against liberty and civilization just as much as it excludes any foreign flag of a nation to which we are hostile. We have room for but one language here and that is the English language, for we intend to see that the crucible turns our people out as Americans, and American nationality, and not as dwellers in a polyglot boarding house; and we have room for but one soul [sic] loyalty, and that is loyalty to the American people.”

  11. peg-powers

    December 13, 2015 at 3:14 PM

    I think this is nothing but another diversion to prevent our focusing on our nation’s previous and ongoing threat. Too many of us have come to the river of truth for a drink, and TPTB are a bit nervous. The lights are coming on, and they have run out of hiding places; consequently, the pre-fab diversion. And should we be diverted?

    TPTB have used and are using their wrecking ball in all corners of our nation according to their “sophisticated” holy books: Babylonian Talmud and the Protocol——-which makes the Koran look like a child’s game,

  12. 01slinky07

    December 14, 2015 at 12:00 AM

    Its certainly aiding in the overall agenda to implement further security measures (infringements and incurrments on our freedoms, internationally) & make that progress toward the a21 & /or nwo agendas..

  13. 01slinky07

    December 14, 2015 at 10:41 AM

    Maybe what America should do, is go and take back, all the guns theyve sold, given away & offered, on the internatinal platform, for some twisted agenda of power play, accept responsibility, turn their authoritive world police attitude into a humble environmental protective, community supportive example of leadership and make a difference for the better internationally, instead of the self righteoues, self important individual gain, money driven general behaviour pushed and obvious through the government heirachy through to the general populace? That may help improve the general climate for the people…

    • Adask

      December 14, 2015 at 12:33 PM

      Ohh, pulleese. Whatchu be smokin’, mate?

      That’s like telling Julius Caesar that his legions should hit the streets trying to sell “Boy Legionaire Cookies for Christmas”.

      • 01slinky07

        December 14, 2015 at 3:57 PM

        In that case i figurure , they a Jus gettin what they a been askin for…

      • kanani

        December 15, 2015 at 7:34 PM

        Perhaps this is a spin-off of operation Gladio. Was reading some stats, mass shootings have spiked in the last few years.

  14. dog-move

    December 29, 2015 at 1:35 PM

    do you suppose this sheriff knows he has engaged in genocide against the american people in his war on drugs per “man or other animals food and drug laws.
    ignorance is no excuse. he’s like all the others, i dont trust murderers and liers, he looks like he’s loves to committ murder and genocide. murder by numbers is as easy as 1,2,3….
    sorry sheriff you loose!


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