011711 Weapons of Warrior Wisdom

Hello, warriors.

Happy White Guilt Day.

Political Correctness isn’t a thing I tolerate in my life so it is that I don’t admire or respect God-like heroes built up from the lies and falsehoods inherent to it.

I like my heroes real and hardcore. Frederick Douglass was both.

Frederick Douglass had a dream, too. It didn’t have anything to do with making life for White people in the United States a racial nightmare.

It’s a beautiful thing to see the classless Obama Family continue this twisted tradition.

Around here, at the Warrior Ranch, we are blind to the color of one’s skin but see and judge very well those who’s courage is yellow and character contaminated.

For God’s sake, people, please think for yourselves.

Do for yourselves.

You beggars — lawfully empowered, you do nothing but use the power to continue enslaving yourselves.

Fucking idiots with wasted lives. You deserve what you will NEVER get.

Here are today’s Weapons of Warrior Wisdom.

The Weapons of Warrior Wisdom image is linked to another page with more Weapons, a larger view, and more explanation.

The starting bid is $100.

Bidding on these Weapons of Warrior Wisdom Art pieces will run till midnight, Weds, Jan 19.

Send me an email telling me what you would like to bid. I will follow up with bidders throughout the day with updates.

Your Founding Father of Life Intensity,

Always Believe,

Warrior

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4 Responses to “011711 Weapons of Warrior Wisdom”
  1. Martin says:

    It’s not about making white people feel guilty it’s about celebrating someone who gave his life for a cause. The cause being equality for all races. I have no idea where you came up with your “White guilt day” nonsense… If MLK wasn’t a hero for what he did then I don’t know who is.

    Nonsense?

    King’s cause may have been about freedom and equality for all races but what MLK Day represents today is nothing less than a sham. Since the last shovel full of dirt went on King’s grave, the keepers of his flame (his own family included) have exploited his dream for politics and undeserved profit and prestige. They’ve vandalized it so, that not even King himself would recognize it anymore. If he saw it in the state it is today, he’d ask to be shot again.

    Young people today are taught that the Founders were racists. And because the Founders were white, and they are white, they are probably racist, too.

    Black leaders only perpetuate slavery. They teach their brothers and sisters how to remain victims instead of taking full charge of their lives, and they blame every failure of their lives on the oppression by the white man.

    What a great country this one called America is. We not only have the freedom to choose whether we will OR will NOT use the brain inside our skull, we also get to choose our heroes. MLK is not one of mine.

    I’ll make a deal with you.

    You and your fellow MLK lovers shitcan the disrespectful, politically-correct President’s Day and give us patriots back distinct, separate and reverent birthdays for this country’s REAL heroes: George, John , Thomas, Lincoln and Ronald, and I promise that when the next MLK day comes around I will try and assume the delusional mindset of a lazy-ass, liberal twat and not get upset that I have to work so that some useless, retarded government employee gets another free payday on my dime.

    Deal?

    Glorifying KIng as some one-of-a-kind hero and the establishment of a National Holiday to honor his legacy — these were done for the sake of political expediency. Pure and simple. Timing had more to do with it than true greatness. His character as a man was in shambles. For starters, he was a cheat and plagiarist. And even though a man of God, he used his notoriety to whore around, womanizing other females and screwing around on his wife.

    Greater human beings have done greater and more heroic things than King. We forget this and we should not. Where is their recognition? What day is set aside as a National Holiday for them?

    What about the soldiers who defend our freedoms? Soldiers heroically sacrifice their lives every day, and yet, will tell you, flatout, they don’t consider themselves heroes at all. They don’t serve dreaming that multi-million-dollar monuments will be built for them. They aren’t shakedown artists who force agendas and entitlement programs on the country that bankrupt it and impoverish the rest of us. For my money, King’s life doesn’t measure up to the live of one American soldier — not one single one. King gave his living to his cause (and all of its selfish, ulterior motives) but he never intended to give his life. A soldier intends.

    It’s absurd who are trusted officials make out to be heroes. It wouldn’t surprise me to hear calls for this congresswoman in Arizona to be put up to run for President. Like being in the wrong place at the wrong time somehow qualifies as heroism or suddenly verifies she has the character and virtues it would take to run the country. That’s how silly and emotional our culture is today. We use our hearts more than we use our minds to judge and decide the things that carry serious consequences.

    Your Founding Father of Life Intensity,

    Always Believe,

    Warrior

  2. Mike says:

    It’s sad how many people choose to ignore the truth that MLK was a plagiarist, Marxist (even if one claims he wasn’t, it can’t be denied he sure did associate with a lot of them), disgustingly sex-obsessed and ultimately a well-spoken hypocrite. As a teacher, it really does upset me that we’re supposed to praise a man that cheated his way through academia. I can’t argue the historical significance and impact of MLK, but the man hardly lived up to his message. It’d be one thing if he actually made an effort against his personal vices and struggled to live what he preached (which was ripped off from others anyway), but he didn’t.

    Thanks Warrior for never foregoing historical accuracy for “political correctness.”

  3. Martin says:

    I see your point. I respectfully disagree but I have a better understanding of where you are coming from. It Just came off a little harsh the first time around. Thanks for clearing it up a little further.

  4. Ben says:

    Martin, are you respectfully disagreeing or hiding from the truth? The fact that you said it came off a little harsh just shows you haven’t actually THOUGHT for yourself (yet). Do the work, then come back and tell Warrior why you respectfully disagree.

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