brian kofke

brian kofke 1 year, 3 months ago on Kevin Copeland: Ban the bone

People like you chide those pesky gun rights advocates whilst ignoring the fact that the people you support in office are indiscriminately bombing people with drones; thats innocent men women and children our elected officials call collateral damage. How many would have been saved at columbine, sandy hook, ect... if the people in those massacres were armed? Answer that one. This is not a big joke; the big joke is how clueless people like you are.

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brian kofke 1 year, 3 months ago on Travis Brown: Gun control

A student of history? I think not. If you were a student of history you would know that our system of government is not a democracy, but a constitutional republic.We have inalianable rights that no one can take away, even if 99% of the "sheeple" voted against them. The only way to alter the constitution is a constitutional amendment, which would fail miserably, and for good reason. I suggest that the writer of this article is quite ignorant as to what is going on in this world. Let me break this down for you out there that are asleep and enjoy their slumber. Elements within our government have long been managed by globalist elites, neocons and international bankers. These people plan on a one world government, a cashless society, and total control over all. Whilst you were sleeping they have been drawing their plans against you in plain sight. Have you ever heard of agenda 21? Well, it's real, so maybe you should check it out; I promise you that it will effect your future quite soon. Have you ever read the book "ecoscience" by John Holdren, the white house science czar? You might want to read that, because in it he describes what he plans to do to you, and the things he writes about in that book have been done to you for a long while now without your knowledge or consent. These globalists have been bragging about what they are going to do to you for years. Hell, Henry Kissinger said years ago "The illegal we do immediatly, the unconstitutional takes a bit longer". He said that out in the open, and yet the sheeple ignore it. People like Tom Willman are beacons of light in a ever darkening sky in this country. "In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot.” Samuel Clemens AKA Mark Twain. Cheers to you Tom Willman. Shame on you Travis Brown for you lack of honor toward those that have died for the rights you now slander. Shame on you Travis Brown for supporting a policy that makes me and my family less safe, and most importantly shame on your for your blatent ignorance about what is going on currently in our world. Those that do not know history are doomed to repeat it, and you, sir, certainly are no student of history.

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brian kofke 1 year, 3 months ago on Thoughtful Parenting: What's in a vaccine?

This article fails to mention the fact that many vaccines contain human aborted fetal cells. Thats right; dead baby cells in the vaccines. Fails to mention that formaldahyde is a carcinogen. Fails to mention that thimerisol is still in the flu shot. Fails to mention that the polio vaccine given to kids in India recently was found to have CAUSED polio in over 40 thousand kids. Bottom line; educate yourself before you vaccinate.

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brian kofke 1 year, 3 months ago on Maureen Smilkstein: Missing the mark

Jefferson also said "Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God". I am pretty sure you are teetering on the tyrant side of this issue currently. Unconstitutional laws are not laws.

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brian kofke 1 year, 3 months ago on Tyler Andrew: Who are we protecting?

It is not up to you, or anyone else, to tell me what is in my best interest. I have a God given right, laws that are unconstitutional are not laws, and we live in a republic which guarantees the rights our founders scratched down over 200 years ago. If you do not like it your choices are to ammend the constitution if you can, move to a place with like minded people (like North Korea or the like), or deal with the fact that there are armed people around you whom are not criminals, would never hurt a fly, and choose to arm themselves to protect themselves and families from criminals. I would suggest you attend sheriff Wiggins talk this Monday evening; I think you might learn a bit more about this hot issue and come away with a different view. Cheers!

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brian kofke 1 year, 4 months ago on Sherry Aitken: Respect the rule of law

Scott, I take offense to your ascertion that I am a right wing conspiracy nut. Anyone with eyes can see what is going on; I do not for the life of me understand how you could be so far removed from reality. In case you have not noticed, the militarization of the police has been going full force for over a decade. There are military drills going on all over the country with black helecopters. Military units are training on US soil for gun confiscation. The military even has a manual on how to take guns from people. There are sightings of FEMA and DHS armored vehicles by the thousands being shipped all over the country via railroad. According to the document you site as proof that the DHS did not buy over 2 billion rounds of ammo, it states that the TSA purchased nearly 30 million rounds last year. What does the TSA need 30 million rounds of ammo for? Last I checked there were under 60 thousand TSA employees; 60 thousand people that are supposedly unarmed need 30 million rounds of ammo, bought with your money? Huh? You do not see a problem with that? There are a plethora of highly educated, concerned persons that are pretty freaked out about the DHS buying all of this ammo. In fact, DHS announce yesterday that they were buying an additional 360 million rounds of hollow point ammo. There are congressman that are asking DHS what they need all of this ammo for, and are being ignored. There are literally hundreds of news stories talking about the DHS and the 2 billion bullets; are they all wrong? Are they all right wing conspiracy sites? You go ahead and rely on an obscure letter written by the very people with something to hide, and I will live in reality. If you ignore the possibility of our own government gearing up for a fight with it's own people, then you would be no different then a person living in 1938 Germany. These things have happened in the past, and they will happen in the future unless people are informed. I would suggest that you take a good look around before calling people with eyes to see rediculous. The rhetoric you use is what is called the left, right paradigm. You are stuck in a left, right world, but you fail to see that both the left and the right are nothing more then left and right cheeks of the same posterior, and I promise you someone owns that posterior that was not elected. Until you can escape the paradigm, you will remain ignorant and devisive.

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brian kofke 1 year, 4 months ago on Howard Bashinski: Contrary to ideals

Mr. Meglen, thank you for your well thought out response to someone whom clearly does not understand the constitution. It is very unsettling what our Gov. is doing today, and your words give me hope that there are still people out there that are aware of the rights we have, and are articulate enough to point out the lies and wrongs of people like Mr. Bashinski.

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brian kofke 1 year, 4 months ago on Sherry Aitken: Respect the rule of law

Have you ever heard the term democide? Democide is the murder of people by their own government and is responsible for more murders in humanites history then anything else. Thats a fact, that is history, and to deny that it could happen to you, me or anyone else exemplifies the highest form of hubris a man can harbor. It is a very dangerous and foolish thing to ignore history.

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