Brigadier General Anthony Tata was asked the other day on FOX what he thought the biggest threat to America was.    I was stunned that he said what I’ve been saying: AN INCURIOUS PRESS, a press which doesn’t care about two sides to a story, a press less interested in THE TRUTH and more interested in THEIR LEFTWING IDEOLOGY.


I would also say HACKING OUR GRID because without our grid, WE ARE DONE.  No banking information, no health information, no lights, no refrigeration, no street lights, …NOTHING.

HOW ABOUT YOU?  What do YOU think?


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25 Responses to WORST THREAT

  1. bocopro says:

    Well . . . I could do multiple pages on this, but let’s just go with Doofus Joe’s clever clarification.

    Instead of wondering whether the greatest threat to the nation is global warming or white privilege, let’s just simplify it by saying it’s Global Whiteness.


  2. kidme37 says:

    Indoctrination instead of education. Because of this is why we have a worthless anti-American press, federal government, et al. And of course blame the parents for that. Yep, blame America for America’s problems.


  3. peter3nj says:

    “We have nothing to fear but…let me count the ways.”


  4. Mustang says:

    I have to say that there are few people in this country with a lower opinion of the news media than my own, so I am inclined to agree with the general. There is no honor among them, very little truth, mostly jaundiced opinion sold as fact, and the only possible way of defeating them is to simply “turn them off.” Despite the fact that most Americans trust politicians more than they do journalists should tell us something, and yet in their insufferable arrogance, the journalists themselves hold most Americans in contempt — particularly conservative/Christian Americans. They know better than we do what is good for us.

    My son’s degree is in journalism. The good news is that he’s never worked in the field, otherwise I would probably disinherit him. He told me once that in his journalism classes, students were continually brainwashed into believing that a good journalist must divorce him or herself from any patriotic feelings … only then could they become “objective” in their reporting and analysis. But it doesn’t take long to discover there is NO objective reporting at all in the media. Every damn one of them is leftist scum and none of them, not even one, has a clue. We can’t shoot them, we can’t burn down their factories, so all that’s left is to ignore them. This is why I’ve adopted the KID plan. Turn ’em off/keep ’em off.


  5. geeez2014 says:

    BOCOPRO..’Global Whiteness’..definitely…that certainly is the Left’s terror, isn’t it….

    KID…indoctrination….yes. And the media feeds it so well.
    Funny, I’ve just started noticing LOVELy commercials on TV showing happy families, sweet scenes, etc…and see at the end, it says ‘facebook.com’…..This morning, I saw one about a guy whose immigrant parents started a restaurant 20 years ago but COVID got to them…you get sucked in, feeling happy they succeeded by informing their regulars that they were still doing take-out, etc…then he thanks GOOGLE! So there’s QUITE a push to get FB and GOOGLE and all the other censors and indoctrinators admired …very subliminally. VERY clever.

    PETER…what’s YOUR worst one!?

    MUSTANG…. Divorce themselves from patriotism…….It’s so clear, isn’t it….divorce leads to hate….and now America’s paying the huge alimony.


  6. Mustang says:

    The Iran-launched EMP poses the greatest danger to the entire North American continent, but that fact doesn’t appear to inhibit Biden & Company from increasing that possibility through its relaxed position with Iran. Of course, no matter what happens, Biden cannot be charged with treasonous acts while serving in office. The interesting thing is, supposing a president does order traitorous acts, he’ll get a nice hefty retirement package rather than an orange jumpsuit.

    The EMP is probably why Kid has all those cats; they’ll help him generate electrical power for his home through the use of a modified wodent wheel. The kid is nothing if not prepared for every contingency. He even has an escape pod that will take him to Mars.


  7. MAL says:

    Well………hacking our grid wouldn’t hurt the Amish, would it? Seriously, everything mentioned above is a threat, and the reason we are so worried. As for the media, I didn’t use to pay any attention to what news channel I was watching because they all gave the same news. And we thought we had problems back then! HA!

    (Anthony Tata? That sounds more like a British farewell than a name!)


  8. geeez2014 says:

    MAL…TATA! I thought it was pronounced like that but apparently they pronounce it TAAAta….Honestly, when I first saw TATA I hoped he didn’t have a daughter to whom guys could ask if they could see her TATAS! HA!!!ss

    Yes, I think the grid is POSSIBLY even worse than the media …but I think if our media was pro America, they’d be on it and encouraging that fix, etc.

    MUSTANG: And now they have an even MORE hard-line jerk in charge in Iran….yes. And yes, Biden would probably even get a nice hefty check NOW for treaSonous acts…probably from China. Made out to Hunter, of course.

    Remember I used to ask how Biden could say he had NOTHING to do with Hunter’s income, never asked, etc………If your son was pulling in MILLIONS a year with no talent, I’ll bet YOU’d be asking “HOw the HECK are you earning this lifestyle?” Now we know Biden said that so no one would realize HE gets a big chunk of it.


  9. MAL says:

    Z, perhaps we should ask Israel if they’ve developed a protective shield against sabotaging their defense and infrastructure. After all, they’re really surrounded by their enemies.


  10. geeez2014 says:

    MAL; the new gov’t won’t protect Israel like Netanyahu would have…it’s what will put Netanyahu back in office in a fairly short while…it’s why Hamas won’t be attacking Israel any time soon; They want it to look to Israelis that they just didn’t like Netanyahu and this new Arab leader is a winner.
    (AS IF)


  11. bocopro says:

    Most of the world’s gummints are FAR less worried about Iran’s attempts to wipe Israel off the map than they are Israel’s interfering with their attempts to do it.

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  12. kidme37 says:

    Supposedly, an EMP would not only take out all the electricity but also anything that requires computer chips and electronics to operate prettry much everything else. Simply put, everything shuts down. Utlilities, water, food delivery and storage. Back to the stone age. Hundreds of millions of people would be dying in the streets the first months.

    Much worse than having someone drop nukes all over the place in the USA. The only possible correct response would be to lay waste to those responsible using our nuclear subs stationed around the world’s oceans and presumably immune from an EMP attack on our mainland. This would likely draw world wide nuclear bombardment.

    I don’t see it happening. If it does occur, it will probably be caused by American basketball and lesbian soccer players in distress over low pay.

    Well, our cat is ready to help and the squirrels and rabbits are kept well fed.


  13. bocopro says:

    Israel has just under 10 million Jews sitting smack dab in the middle of 100 million Muslims who don’t want them there.

    If you were an oddsmaker, what would you offer, especially when half the ones in the US aren’t particularly keen on defending the ones over there?

    The US has nearly as many as Israel, a little under 8 million. The entire world’s population of people identifying as Jewish is well under 20 million. I believe the “core” world Jewish population is about 15 million or so. The rest are non-practicing.

    If you google the numbers, you’ll come up with an average of around 1 1/2 billion Christians, roughly the same number of Muslims, and slightly more than a billion Hindus. Buddhism has around half a billion followers. Jews represent less than half a percent of global population.


  14. kidme37 says:

    There is a huge company in India named Tata. They are into lots of industries. Not sure their position on cats.


  15. MAL says:

    Z, pronouncing Tata “Tata” is simply trying to cover it up. I had a friend in high school whose name was Bob Hoel (they were Norwegians originally from Eau Clair, Wisconsin) and his fathers name was Arup Hoel, and I would see letters addressed to Mr. A. Hoel which really made me laugh!
    Bob would say its pronounced “Who-el”. We’d all say yeah……right!


  16. Baysider says:

    I had not thought of that one, and there’s a lot there. Allows deeds to be done in darkness.
    Journalists have never been divorced from their opinions, but they’re just all the same, now.

    WORST: education, especially sans God.


  17. MAL says:

    (Ooops.. When I typed Tay-ta for the second one, it dropped the “y” and I didn’t catch it)


  18. Mustang says:

    I like tata’s. For the record, of course.


  19. geeez2014 says:

    KID…as you read in my post, the EMP is probably the worst…FAR FAR worse, in my opinion, than a nuclear bomb ……..I don’t think we in the West could continue without electricity/grid. Period.

    MUSTANG: tata’s…it just cracks me up! WHo wouldn’t ask his daughter about her tatas?! HAAA!!

    BOCOPRO and KID….Israel’s attempts at interfering with what Iran might do to them? Is that what you mean? The West is worried about that? I’m not following…HELP !! : – )


  20. bocopro says:


    The international community criticizes Israel for merely existing and thoroughly condemns its efforts to defend itself against Hamas attacks. The hypocrisy is classic, especially when the gazillions of franklins given them by the US are used to buy the rockets they fire at Israel.

    The IDF warns noncombatants to clear an area about to be attacked while Hamas shoots indiscriminately at civilian targets.

    Apparently the international community’s logic in favoring Hamas is based on simple arithmetic: Israel has a standard of ethics for its self-defense behavior but Hamas has DOUBLE standards, which obviously are better . . . 2 : 1, right?


  21. geeez2014 says:

    BOCOPRO…I’m not good with the initials…RUFR? Are You F’ing R? What??!!!

    KID and BOCO: THanks…ya, I understand that….I’m not sure the west is worried about it but you’re both right…the west hates Israel pretty big time. The word “worried” threw me off…
    I get you both; and I agree.


  22. kidme37 says:

    I think RUFR is “Nice tatas”.


  23. MAL says:



  24. geeez2014 says:

    NICE TATAs, huh? Well, thank you VERY much!!! HAAAAAAAAAA!!!



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