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  • Merle

    HMMM, after all, this is Texas – as in “don’t mess with Texas”……..

  • Too Tall

    Sam,

    You gotta love a man with a plan.

  • Kafiroon

    Works for me.
    If Judges, politicians, un-elected bureaucrats and assorted other people harassing vermin would have the fear of God in them of us that pay them…
    This country would probably run great and our society would function for all of us instead of the favored few.

    • John

      I’ll grant that the institution of Dueling had its drawbacks, but given the capacity of our Overlords to offend just about everyone at their arbitrary whim on no better reason than “‘Cause _I_ say so!” I think we should give its illegality a second look.

    • I would prefer they have the fear of God. Without that, a fear of us would do, temporarily, in a pinch. Let’s not conflate ourselves with God though.

  • Peregrine John

    Sounds a lot like my plan.

  • WayneM

    Ever notice how many of these progressive/regressive situations are cropping up in Texas of late?

    I’m not sure whether it’s because the hivemind recognized the existential threat Texas represents to their plan to assimilate all into the Leftist-Borg… or if it’s just because Texas is being flooded both by illegal border-jumpers from the south AND by US citizens fleeing Calipornia… and, of course, they’re all bringing their ideology with them.

    • Ron Morse

      Look what they did to Oregon. Oregon used to be a nice place.

      • the_frumious_bandersnatch

        Still is, outside of the 100 mile Portland-to-Eugene Willamette Valley axis. And I do mean “axis” in the sense of nazi, imperial, and fascist.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Yes.

      Texas has been invaded and is under further attack.
      This is part of the war being waged against “Old America.”

      To the invaders, their bosses and paymasters, fellow travelers, and allies foreign and domestic, Barrack and company’s New America is what the war is meant to fundamentally change America into.

      There are several enemies engaged in war against us. Often these enemies are smiling at how stupid most Americans are to let them do it.

      • Browncoat

        Dems, like all around the rest of the country, have the urban centers viz. the population to vote for assholes to represent the other 49.5% outside the city.

        Cruz won by a semi-healthy margin last year but not nearly as ‘healthy’ as I’d have liked.

        https://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/goldsberry-texas-1.png

        Thank God for the Electoral College.

    • Halley

      Flipping TX blue (by any illegal means necessary) is surely part of Election Fraud(D) 2020. Disconcerting, given how they succeeded with Reagan’s CA…

      • Texas has the second largest number of electoral votes among all the states. California has the most, and they already own that state. Florida is next after Texas. With all of those three states consistently blue, the Marxists and papists would essentially own this country. The left, for being as shamelessly evil as they are, aren’t stupid. They know exactly what they’re doing.

    • Olddog

      I think it’s the latter. Florida and Texas seem to be gloating about the people fleeing high tax states, but that doesn’t mean they will give up their politics. Or the need for a Starbucks on every corner.

    • Barbara Skolaut

      What makes you think those “masters” will go to Heaven?

        • Peter

          Gotta luv da Bee.

          • Coeurmaeghan

            AKA Coeurmaeghan

      • That’s the point; how will the dogs ever be reunited with them?

  • interventor

    Agreed, that, unless they attack you, leave the dogs alone. BTW, reportedly, the dog that was injured in the raid is named Conan. But, will answer to good dog.

  • Toxic Deplorable Racist B Woodman

    I see Zed’s plan as having not only great primary effects (immediate removal of evil people torturing good citizens), but also good secondary and tertiary ripple effects in the removal of The Evil Ones’ children from the evil influence of their parents, hence to hopefully grow up to be better people than their Evil Parents, and etc etc unto the third and fourth generations.

  • Toxic Deplorable Racist B Woodman

    Love Zed’s priorities. “Get him back first”. Get the son back into your control, away from State/Stazi control. THEN rain havoc, ruin, and mayhem on the perps and their controllers and enablers.

    • JTC

      Remember when the days were long
      And rolled beneath a deep blue sky
      Didn’t have a care in the world
      With mommy and daddy standing by

      When “happily ever after” fails
      And we’ve been poisoned by these fairy tales
      The lawyers dwell on small details
      Since daddy had to fly

      • NotYetInACamp

        I saw a white kid n a bike in Arcadia.
        I haven’t seen a white kid, an actual kid, on a bike, in his normal neighborhood (not an island or gated community) since they integrated the schools on Miami Beach with Miami.
        Just a fact.
        No judgement as to cause or why.
        They took the bike racks away at the schools long ago. I remember walking past hundreds of unlocked bikes in the racks at school when I was a kid.

        It must have been a fluke.

        • Wood

          Fluke or necessity. Perhaps riding to the Walmarts to get a replacement video game controller

    • JTC

      And that directly references the causes of the loss of childhood innocence; lack of a dad standing by to protect and provide, as Zed is about to do right here.

      Somebody needs to rain some hurt for the treatment of those service dogs if the stories of abuse are true. Their innocence is like the childrens’, and should be protected.

      • John

        My guess is that the stories are likely not true.
        The life of a military working dog is often hard, and sometimes even lethal, but fellow handlers, and the veterinarians who must check the dogs frequently, would not look kindly on true abuse.

  • Pamela

    Zed…the dogs can be adopted, get trained for search and rescue and helping Vets.
    Instead of making it quick, stake them out on fire ant hills…gagged.
    Or in a cave with snakes. For some they need the tree of woe to contemplate the errors of their misdeeds. There are plenty of people who would be grateful for a roof over their heads and land to grow crops. I do understand wanting to deal with the fornicating demons that would do harm to one of yours. Leaving them naked in the cold in one of their cities at night…

    • NotYetInACamp

      The bomb sniffing dogs given to Jordan to find bombs have suffered starvation and abuse from the Muslims, many who have contempt and abuse dogs because that is what the prophet Muhammad did according to Sharia.

      They all need to be returned and taken care of, rescued.

      Ask our ally, Jordan, to return the dogs. Rescue the explosives dogs.

      Aside from that, at one time those acts would be demanded.

      That is the part of society that must never be tolerated, much less supported. There are certain rules that all societies must take to preserve society and the people in society. That is crossing the boundary.

      • eon

        Expecting a tribalist, clan-based, blood-feud obsessed, primitivist, superstitious culture to not behave like a tribalist, clan-based, blood-feud obsessed, primitivist, superstitious culture is, oh, I don’t know, something like expecting rain not to be wet.

        They don’t need logic, compassion, or anything like either one. They have the Qur’an, which tells them they should act that way if they want to be true Proud Islamic Holy Warriors. And they all want to be true Proud Islamic Holy Warriors.

        Incidentally, the Qu’ran’s admonitions about killing dogs was purely utilitarian. Mohamed was a slaver, murderer, and caravan robber, and Christian and Jewish merchants and etc. used guard dogs.

        clear ether

        eon

      • Pamela

        Then they need to come home. Now.

    • MasterDiver

      Tide stake them, with fine cuts on their ankles to attract the crabs. By the next low tide, nothing left but bones!

      Zar Belk!

    • Now now. “Getting Medieval” is what the bad guys do. Leave that to the Roman Catholics and their allies (the anti-Christ, the Beast).

      We’re supposed to be distinctly separate from all of that. If we must kill them, then kill them quick and have done with it. No relishing the pain or any such. Justice belongs to God and God alone. Have patience.

  • Jay Heathman

    NO DOG HARM.

  • Calvin

    Speaking of Conan…we should listen to the lamentations of their women after going full postal on the officials (or whatever they have at home).

  • cz93x62

    Just to be clear……there are many in Kalifornistan whose mindset is clear and uncluttered by refried Bolshevism and collectivized enslavement. I am among those. Do not make the mistake of thinking otherwise. TIA.

    I do like that Third Punic War course of conduct described by Zed. The Romans kinda leveled Carthaginian karma, and since that time Carthage has stayed low and kept dark. The Barbary Coast and Tripoli had to be mindful of Rome’s soil-salting while setting up shop in Libya ever since.

  • Avery B.

    RE: “But…this the end of the innocence”

    Innocence has been waning for decades, I’m sorry to say. I wish I had started to write about it much sooner.

  • Dread

    Anything that such a being as that judge trained, sowed, or brought forth,, must be destroyed also, least some remnant of the evil that possessed remains to florish.

  • Willie k

    There are judges in this country that are activists, not jurists. They think they can rule with impunity. I think something to get their attention is called for. Perhaps shed some light on the issue.

    • Red Beans and Rice

      I think shedding some light on their thinking is necessary; I just can’t figure out what is the best caliber to use when doing so so.

  • Spin Drift

    Zed, that’s probably a good start. Though I draw the line at shooting the dogs but if they are ferociously loyal to the former owner then hell needs it hounds too.

    Spin

  • Gus Bailey

    Well that was a very (Jordan) Petersonian mike drop. Gotta appreciate a fellow that knows how to be exceedingly violent, only when absolutely necessary.

    Oh, wow; just realized Dalton (Roadhouse 1989 Silver Pictures) was a Petersonian Archetype.

  • Waldo

    Why shoot the dogs? Was Zed ATF at one time?

  • Precision270

    tempted to deal out the pain slowly, but watching enough movie criminals lose due to that. A quick sure death it is. Perhaps with the head on a pike next to the mailbox as a warning to others, that we come… bearing gifts.

  • Butte Bill

    Never really understood the words of Henley’s “End of the Innocence”.
    Always liked Boney M’s “By the Rivers of Babylon”, taken from Psalm 137.
    Just glad they never put the last verse of the psalm into their song.

  • tom ploszaj

    A typical Zed response as keeping with his cartoon character. In real life the lone wolf will be hunted down thus ending any real retribution. A wolf pack can keep it’s injured protected as it hunts down it’s enemies. Few if any of the body politic have invested in this type of mutual insurance. https://www.constitution.org/mil/cos/cos_setup.htm

  • JAK

    Yeah, Muir, as I always suspected, you and I are the same. ‘cept you got talent.

  • Roland Deschain

    I read this somewhere, so I do not know whom to attribute it to:
    “When we decided we were too civilized to tar and feather the S.O.B.s, we lost our hold on the country and an aristocratic class began to grow. When we decided we were too civilized to hang a few of them now and again, it metastasized.”

    • Pamela

      My Grandfather told me of some fellows that showed up right as the trail into the area was going to be snowed closed until spring. These fellows robbed the families of their food, some horses and what gold and money they had. Grandpa and the other men went after the thieves. Caught them and hung them. Brought back the food, horses, gold, money and the rope used in the hangings. Waste not.

      • JTC

        An anecdotal family history from when California was in America. I understand when you have been resistant to relocating but noted recently you are making plans to leave.

        That is the right choice but doesn’t make it easier to walk away from generations of California being Home. Idaho may become something of voluntary exile, a staging area for expatriates to plan taking back their homes when the time is right.

          • Pamela

            Too hot for me

        • Peregrine John

          Likewise. I’m only here because of family ties. And they’re getting older. I foresee a migration eventually, and in so I and mine will counteract the idjits who fled this place to make their new home a dung heap like they did their previous.

  • Precision270

    @ tom ploszaj — that assumes you care if you survive. If you are to the point of completely raising the black flag; then yes you will be hunted down and EVENTUALLY brought down. But a moderately competent man who takes his time and plans will get pretty far, even in a solo endeavor.

  • Brent Dotson

    If you really want to torture the guy; gag him, tie him to a chair, lock him in a room with AOC and the rest of the squad (for good measure add Maxine Waters)and tell them that the Judge is a Trump Supporter. When the guys brains starts leaking out his ears, seal the room permanently.

    • Pamela

      Er you could make him “service” Maxine…

  • Ensign Janos

    Leave the dogs out of it, Zed (Chris). Even if they’re loyal to their masters, that’s not their fault; they are literally born that way. Capture and retrain them with love and kindness, and hope they forget their former masters ever existed.

    I find Trump’s “like a dog” comment very, very troubling, considering the heroism of dogs in-theatre and their treatment (described above) by foreign governments. Then again, that would require Donnie to think before speaking.

    • interventor

      Die like a dog is a saying from the Greeks meaning to die and not be buried. I’d say died like a pig, myself.

  • Well, personally I think shooting their dogs is a bit over the top.

    • You know what happens when you shoot the dog?

      John Wick 4.

    • Steve

      I’m not real sure the dogs he’s talking about are actual canines …

  • f1b0nacc1

    You don’t shoot the dogs….

    Other than that, a good start…

  • Alaska Paul

    Well, Zed’s plan was a first draft, with a little rewrite here and there…….

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