Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Keep Calm and Check Acronyms!

Due to the vicious, vindictive vile venom we've seen sprayed all over the mainstream media over the last few days, I feel compelled to clarify something.  Although obvious to most, I feel the need to make sure that everybody who does not live in the rural western US understands the current acronym confusion a lot of people seem to be suffering from. I was perplexed by the sudden bile-filled tsunami of lib-tards and people of color losing their minds over situation in Malheur County, OR.  And then I kept seeing hash-tags with BLM attached, and rantings about 'white racist terrorists.'  So, just to make sure...

...the BLM that the Hammond Family supporters were protesting against this past weekend is the BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, and NOT the African-American protest movement BLACK LIVES MATTER.

Just in case anybody misunderstood.

It would be an epic fail of historical proportions for the next American Civil War to start over a misunderstood acronym.  It's almost like it was planned by some diabolical evil genius to divide and conquer us all, isn't it?

And I agree - Black Lives DO Matter.  And so does EVERYBODY else's too.  Because my empathy is for fellow human beings - whatever their race, color, creed, religion or personal philosophy may be.

United - we stand.

Divided - we fall.  All of us.

Saturday, January 2, 2016

Harney County / Hammond Ranch Statement

We here at the Sugar Pine Mine have been made aware of the situation unfolding in Harney County, Oregon.

Although we fully support the Hammond family, we DO NOT support the splinter group currently occupying a Federal Government building to further their own agenda - whatever that may be. 

Whatever the reason, whatever the motives of this group, this is not the way to deal with the traitors inside the rogue government agency called BLM. 

The crimes of the BLM are so vast, so wide-ranging, that the Federal government will have to deal with the criminals who work for them. 

We still believe in the LAW. 

We still believe in JUSTICE. 

We still believe in the CONSTITUTION of the UNITED STATES of AMERICA. 

We still believe there are good people, righteous people, who work IN government and FOR the people. 

We still believe that we can, and will, win in court. 

We hold these values and beliefs dear and we shall never surrender them.

We DO NOT and WILL NOT support any action that has been designed to inflame emotions or incite violence.  We DO NOT and WILL NOT support any action that will render a wife without a husband, nor children without a father.

- The Sugar Pine Folks.