A Kalashnikov behind every blade of grass?

Ooh, this is a bit of a game changer. From RT, I quote:

Lawyers for Russian firearms producer Kalashnikov have prepared amendments to the national legislation liberalizing the purchase and ownership of firearms and introducing rules regulating gunsmithing, according to reports.

Kommersant newspaper reported on Thursday that it had managed to acquire and study the reworked draft of the Law on Weapons prepared by Kalashnikov’s legal team. The changes include an increase in the maximum quantity of guns of one type (shotguns and rifles) allowed for possession by one person from current five to ten.

It also proposes legalizing high-capacity (over 10 rounds) magazines for training and sports competitions and reducing the term of shotgun ownership required for purchasing a rifle. Currently any Russian citizen who wants to get a rifle must first own a shotgun for five years without any violations of the rules.

The bill also contains a plan to create a legislative basis for gunsmithing – currently Russian gun owners can only have firearms repaired by the manufacturer. If the bill is passed into law repairs with licensed third-party workshops would become possible.

According to Kommersant the bill has been distributed among Lower House MPs from parliamentary majority party United Russia for analysis and could be drafted in the State Duma before July 7.

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Russia may be about to liberalise it’s gun laws. This is an interesting turn up for the books, and one to watch.

Meanwhile in the US, Americans cling onto their guns in the face of continual threats from the leftists (communists) and the UN. I quote:

U.S. Promises “Full Implementation” of UN Gun-control Agreement

June 29 marked the end of the Third Review Conference (RevCon) of the United Nations’ Programme of Action (PoA) on Small Arms and Light Weapons. Delegates at the conference, including representatives of the United States, worked on producing updates to the global gun-control agreement.

According to the text of the latest draft of the agreement, the PoA will serve as an “international instrument to enable states to identify and trace, in a timely and reliable manner” the small arms and light weapons that are the target of the scheme.

In practice, this means that the governments of member nations (including the United States) should create a massive, all-inclusive database of all parties that manufacture, own, sell, trade, or transfer arms and ammunition.

If recent history is a reliable indicator of how such data would be used, after the catalog is complete, Congress could, hypothetically, pass a law (or the president would issue an executive order) compelling “voluntary” surrender of whatever privately-owned weapons, ammo, parts, and components (including reloading equipment) the UN deems “illicit.” If, after a statutorily set window, citizens don’t turn in these now-illicit items to their local law enforcement, then officers will be sent to remind violators of their responsibility under the law to disarm.

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Lis

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Tick, tock – the steps to a takeover of humanity?

This video, from FaceLikeTheSun, really gave me pause for thought:

As it drew to a close, I felt a strong sense that the internet itself is going to become an unsafe place for us very soon. As I have thought about this and prayed about it, I felt that in the next couple of years the technology is going to become so perfected that ‘joining’ into the internet (logging on), will become more and more risky to us, mentally, physically and specifically spiritually.

I feel even now that certain websites are, frankly ‘soiling’ us when we go there. I am trying to restrict my time on certain sites, and I am planning over the next few months to limit my time more and more. The internet is pretty enthralling – an enjoyable place for a natural researcher like me. But I have got to the point where certain subjects, writers and groups have become ‘highlighted’ to me as causes to avoid.

We have all heard of ‘cointelpro’ – I’ve written before about the ‘pincer movement’ which divides the readers of the mainstream fear inducing media from the readers of the fear inducing ‘alternative’ media. Read it here: Link

So, first of all, pray – pray about each source you access. Pray about each site you access. Pray to ask God whether He is calling you to write, to share (spread) a story or not. Pray for guidance as to whether some sources can be trusted at all. And lastly pray that before the whole internet becomes a risk to you, that God will guide you away from it. I feel that time is now very close. Remember that we can be influenced subliminally. We can be influenced spiritually, and we can be tempted in numerous ways. God has a plan for these last days. I don’t think for me it involves my butt on this chair at this desk.

God Bless you

Lis

A song to reflect the feel of the first day of Britain’s freedom

As I stood in tears this morning – tears of relief, of gratitude to God, this song came to mind.

Reading the lyrics, it made me think of the freedom we have in God’s beautiful creation. Today is a day to thank God for giving Britain freedom. It may be a hard road for a while, but we are going to be a better country for it.

Praise be to God!

God Bless you

Lis

When the truth is abhorrent…

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The truth is now abhorrent, and it’s freely available for all those who seek it.

The truth is abhorrent, but:

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We must in fact be willing to speak the abhorrent truth – even if we are lambasted for doing so, even if we are censured by the propagators of lies (who we thought we had a hand in electing, but probably didn’t). We must stand and speak that which is vile, horrible abhorrent TRUTH, because no matter what the truth is what it is.

Remember to STAND

God Bless you

Lis

 

 

What will you do when you can no longer speak out?

When no one will be allowed to hear your views?

If you are a Christian this will be sooner rather than later. If you’re in the UK it’s coming – the government wants to crack down on ‘extremism.’ Yet so far it has declined to define extremism – which makes it very easy to become a target.

Firstly I will say that free speech is a benefit to all. If you cannot HEAR a view which is repellant, how can you educate the young to be repelled by it? If such views are deemed ‘unacceptable’ where other views are deemed to be sacrosanct, we’ve entered an Orwellian nightmare.

maxresdefault2-1024x576If extremism is undefined, the government has free reign to move the goalposts until even speaking the Law of God will become an offense – how can it not be? God’s Law says that homosexuality is wrong – what could be more offensive than that, these days?

Extremism is a moving target – and an oppressive regime such as the one we appear to have elected, can use it how it likes, when it likes, to stop any action or mode of speech – it’s a race to totalitarianism.

Let’s look at extremism:

800px-ExtermeironingrivelinI’m not joking – that’s extreme ironing (source).

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I’m not trying to be flippant here – my point is serious. Extremism is too broad a term to use. Where does it end – that’s my point. The UK is already falling down the rankings of ‘free countries’ for journalism:

“‘Freedom of Press’ is published by the US-based Freedom House, an NGO established in 1941 that has been ranking countries worldwide since 1980 in relation to democracy, human rights and press freedom. In May 2014 it reported that Britain has slipped down the global rankings for freedom of the press to 36th place.

The organisation said press freedom and therefore free speech, had fallen to its lowest level for over a decade. It partly blames regressive steps in countries such as Libya, Turkey and Ukraine, as well as the actions taken against journalists reporting on national security issues in both the US and UK.

Karin Karlekar, the report’s project director, said: “We see declines in media freedom on a global level, driven by governments’ efforts to control the message and punish the messenger.”” (source)

My views may differ from yours, but if I cannot hear your views, because you are censored, how can I learn what is right and wrong? How can I hold my views, if opposing views are not allowed? My views then become ‘unnecessary’? We would all become ‘drones’ of one viewpoint. Thought might be banned altogether.

God Bless you

Lis

FBI wants everyones faces and fingerprints in their database

I’ve said before – DO NOT GIVE YOUR BIOMETRICS to ANYONE! EVER. (Link) They are easily hacked – governments are notoriously bad at protecting data, and private companies are too.

T-Mobile just had a data breach of 15 million accounts! The data they had hacked included:

Name

Date of Birth

Social Security Number

Address

Identification Number (Typically Driver’s License, Military ID or Passport Number)

T-Mobile credit assessment data.

Now, in theory, although a huge inconvenience, you could change all those things, at great personal expense. But what if they got your finger prints too? Those CAN’T be changed. Once accessed, they are no longer usable for ID. It’s unthinkable to ever give your Biometrics.

Now the FBI is roaming about gathering biometrics.

Be aware, people. This is not good. You must stand up for your personal freedom. Your body does NOT belong to anyone but you and God who made it.

God Bless you

Lis

Could the ending of the stock market free humanity?

Sounds a bit radical doesn’t it? Well just hear me out.

I’ve talked before about real markets – what a market correction should look like in real markets (you can read it here: Link). I am a layman – not a banker – I have no interest in pursuing banking as a career. I’m just saying what I see. Argue with me in the comments if you like – I’m happy to be corrected!

Ok, so you are Mr Tesco (which is a chain of supermarkets in the UK), and you are running a huge corporation which is stock market floated. Your share price is what decides who invests in you or divests themselves of your stock. It’s that simple. If you make lower profits, your stock price goes down. If you make more profit, you pay a higher dividend, and stock prices go up. You are therefore REQUIRED to expand and expand and expand.

Tesco have done this by getting into the catalogue shopping market, almost seeing Argos off the High Street, at one point. Tesco have done this by getting into clothing and appliances (although to be fair, they used to produce clothes when I was a kid, so this is hardly new). They also screw, and I mean screw their suppliers until the pips squeak. They treat their staff poorly, pay them poorly and so in effect they create a downward spiral wherever they set up shop – they are so profit motivated that people are less important to them than those profits and the rich shareholders. What do I mean by a downward spiral?, Well, when times are hard, as they are now, they will cut quality, cut payments to suppliers, cut staff number, wages or perks. They’ll do everything they can to please those shareholders.

Corporations like this are like sharks – they must move forwards or they will die.

Mr Tesco

Ok, now, say you are running a limited company – you are not stock market floated. Perhaps you are Mr John Lewis who sells quality items in fashion, furniture and food (although that is a partnership, which is not what I’m suggesting is necessary). But, whatever, you are running a business where you aren’t beholden to providing a dividend to shareholders – this could be your local hardware store, or your local small chain of tyre and exhaust suppliers, or a national chain like John Lewis – anything like that.

Well running a business like that, you aren’t relying on constant expansion. You can employ staff as needed, and even in a downturn you can keep staff on, and reduce profits if needed (to maintain your service, to keep customers happy, or just to ensure that the staff have the security they need to send their kids to college). You don’t have to expand endlessly, you don’t have to try to put your competition out of business in a price war – you can beat them on customer service, you can beat them on quality. You can expand when times are good, and you can contract more slowly and in a more considered way if times are hard for a long while. You can choose – you are in control, not the shareholders.

Now, I know you’re saying – but what about pensions!? What about investing in stocks for my old age?! Well, where has it got you? Are you secure? No, you certainly aren’t! Do I have an answer to that for you? No, I don’t. But if we carry on as we are, we are circling the drain. We’ll never get out of this – never be able to go back to living on enough, while we are being sold the moon on a stick to draw us this way to Mr Corporate Wolf, or that way to Ms Corporate Swine – it won’t work – it’s created nothing but boom and bust! And the bust this time is going to be catastrophic. Unless you are Mr Rothschild and his banking cronies, who are going to mop up every business, every dividend – your pension? I’m sorry, that was lost in the great crash of 2015…

circling the drain

Plan some other way. Have a family! Have a second business you can run from home in your old age – something to bring in some extra dosh. Invest in rentable property. Do anything but stay in a volatile will-o-the-wisp market which is growing faker by the day.

I don’t have all the answers – maybe you can help out with those – leave a comment if so!

God Bless you

Lis