Well At Least They Are Killing Each Other-Repeal the 2nd Amendment!


I saw this comment about the killer in Alabama that also kidnapped the 5 year old boy...and this stand off continues, but I have come to think that there is actually something wrong with gun owners, a psychosis that makes...alll of them, every gun owner in America, extremely dangerous, to themselves, to their families, (who they murder with abandon), and they kill their friends, each other and themselves...the last of which is a positive good for our society.


They are incapable of seen the Evil that lurks in that forged steel they hold so dearly...."My precious," indeed....


Gun owners will never give up their guns until ever woman and child in America is dead. These gun owners love to kill innocent lives. Owning a gun is like Crack. Once these gun owners get the feel of that steel in their hand the are irresistibly draw to killing innocent life. We need to get mental health for these gun owners before the kill our wives and children. They are cowards, which is why they bought their guns in the first place and they can not stop themselves from killing as it is the draw that attracted them to buy a gun. Once the gun is in their hands, they will kill. We can not stop gun owners from killing innocent woman and children but we can minimize the deaths but like crack these gun owners need to kill as many people as possible. This insanity has to stop. We Americans have lost our freedom to the gun owners. 


And of course today we have the "American Sniper," himself killed. I say good riddance. He had no self-insight...a fatal flaw to be weeded out of the gene pool, (though I feel sorry for his wife and children).


He recently spoke out against weapons bans. In a video interview with guns.com, Kyle accused President Barack Obama of being "against the Second Amendment."

The founding fathers "had the same weapons the military did," he said. "We don't even have that today -- but don't try to take what I've already got."


And now Mr. Kyle, you have nothing, nothing at all...not even a puff of air.


You are void.


Enjoy your big gun range in the sky while your children and wife weep over your inconsequenciality....or maybe you should have thought of that before you died. Were your guns more important than your life? (as ex-military, ex-part time sniper myself I feel free to say..."You stupid #%*!(!")


This is almost as delicious as the five people who shot themselves at various events last month at a National Gun Appreciation day....I laughed and laughed.




Which brings me to what this Diary is about, We currently have 27, count them, twenty-seven Amendments to the Constitution...in times of National Crisis, (see slavery, the federal income tax, presidential succession, forbidding a Poll Tax in 1962) we have freely and without shame, Amended the Constitution.


Seriously, there needs to be severe Constitutional restrictions placed on gun ownership.


We need as a country, as a society, a 28th Amendment!


Hallelujah....speak the truth brother.


Best Wishes, Traveller





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Ex-LAPD Officer Murdering Family Members of LAPD



I know people will complain, "Oh, Traveller, it is just another crazy man killing people for his own crazy reasons..."


Yea, 30,000 people shot, 12,000 killed every year...not just by crazy people, but because America is crazy, with some masturbatory, sub-conscious gun love-me-love-me fetish...guns will never love you, guns are there to kill you.


Sleep well America in your hard bed blood and pain...


All of you will look around, Me? It's not my fault, I'm responsible, it is their Fault.


Of course I'm laughing...not with you, at you.


Dorner, a former U.S. Navy reservist, was fired in 2008 for allegedly making false statements about his training officer.

Dorner said in his online postings that being a police officer had been his life's ambition since he served in the police Explorer program. Now that that had been taken away from him, he said, he suffered from severe depression, and was filled with rage at the people who forced him from his job.

Dorner complained that Quan and others did not fairly represent him at the review hearing.

"Your lack of ethics and conspiring to wrong a just individual are over. Suppressing the truth will leave to deadly consequences for you and your family. There will be an element of surprise where you work, live, eat, and sleep," he wrote, referring to Quan and several others.

"I never had the opportunity to have a family of my own, I'm terminating yours," he added.

Quan apparently served as Dorner's representative, according to the manifesto. Of Quan, Dorner wrote: "He doesn't work for you, your interest, or your name. He works for the department, period. His job is to protect the department from civil lawsuits being filed and their best interest which is the almighty dollar. His loyalty is to the department, not his client."

In the document, he threatens violence against other police officers.

"The violence of action will be high.... I will bring unconventional and asymmetrical warfare to those in LAPD uniform whether on or off duty," Dorner wrote.

In his manifesto, Dorner seemed to allude to the Irvine slaying.

"I know most of you who personally know me are in disbelief to hear from media reports that I am suspected of committing such horrendous murders and have taken drastic and shocking actions in the last couple of days," he wrote.

"Unfortunately," he said, "this is a necessary evil that I do not enjoy but must partake and complete for substantial change to occur within the LAPD and reclaim my name."


I am post thing around and so will again note, I have warned you for years, I've been fighting for sane gun control for decades, and I will of course continue, but I will continue having to dance around the corpses that line & litter every city and town and road in America.


I'm not dancing on the grave of American Sniper, Kyle, but you can be sure that lots of Iraqi and Afghani families heard of his death with a grim smile of satisfaction, he lived by the gun and was proud of it, he died by the gun, no surprise; and the poor Prosecutor in Texas proud of his conceal and carry permit gunned down in his Court House parking lot, lots of good his Conceal and Carry did him, though, unlike Kyle, I truly feel sorry for this man. Did he propose and back gun control from his position of authority? He should of, the Attacker always has the advantage.


Lastly, let me name them, Monica Quan, the Cal State Fullerton assistant basketball coach and  her fiance, Keith Lawrence, were found murdered because, in all probability, because she had a father that was LAPD.


America, you have insane gun laws, you continue to worship some mythical 2nd amendment more than innocent life, for all your worshiping all you have gained is more insanity...this is the definition of being insane.


My duty is to scold (I can take the heat) and counsel you, your duty is to find a better way.


Best Wishes, Traveller



I won't dance on Mr. Kyle's grave...


but I will note that having a firing range full of presumably good guys did not stop one deranged bad guy. The irony of that will, I suspect, be lost on Wayne LaPierre and the rest of the gun fondlers out there.

"I've been on food stamps and welfare.  Anybody help me out?  No!" Craig T. Nelson (6/2/2009)

You Miss the Point, The Bad Guy Wasn't Deranged...Simply...


...another one of a thousand instances where people with guns are dangerous. An argument broke out, maybe Kyle raised his weapon....the ex-marine in honest fear for his his life fired back in self defense.


Not all shooters are deranged as you think of the term....I mean, and I mean seriously, we are all deranged to a greater or lesser degree, (imo), guns just add a thick layer of natural paranoid psychosis.


I mean you've got a deadly weapon, a thing that kills people....subconsciously, you are afraid always, ever spooky paranoid minute it bleeds into your psyche.


The Evil Steel takes a hold of you.


Best Wishes, Traveller

I don't know enough of the particulars, Trav.


I wouldn't, though, lump the deer hunter who owns a 30-06 or the farmer with a .22 and a 12 ga shotgun in with the Bubbas with AR-15's or the paranoid freaks who think they need a sniper rifle. A gun is a tool in the former case, and a big potential problem in the latter.

"I've been on food stamps and welfare.  Anybody help me out?  No!" Craig T. Nelson (6/2/2009)