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Crash Site Recognition
Air China Flight 129
April 15, 2002
Sam Aurelius Milam III
Here are some more crash site photos. I intend for them to clarify the difference between what is and what isn't a crash site. It's important for people to be able to recognize the difference. It seems to me that the difference ought to be obvious but, apparently, some people have difficulty with that. In the pictures, notice the amount, the size, and the visibility of the wreckage. Don't assume that a situation is a crash site just because the government says that it is. Learn to recognize for yourself what is, and what isn't, a crash site.
Crash Statistics and Description
Greetings to you Sam! I received the March 2015 issue of Frontiersman! Thank you very much! And thank you for printing part of that letter explaining about Maw Maw Philips. Hopefully my last letter reached you explaining how I feel about a black Annie? I'm never sure what gets out because of the prisoners rights work I do. The pigs love to tamper with my mail....
The subject you write on in this issue about predators is a taboo subject to write about and speak out about in these days and times. And it takes some real balls to tackle the subject....
Today sex is very common between adolescents, and was very common among young teens when I was a teen myself. But once you are a grown man, woman/adult, we must conduct ourselves as such sexually. I do know history. 100 years ago you could buy a 15 year old wife from a mail order catalog. And most of these marriages worked out fine in those days and times. And teenage pregnancy has been common as long as I've been alive. Child molestation and statutory rape are not the same crime. But for a 40 year old man to manipulate a 14 or 15 year old to sleep with him or her is just creepy and slimy to me....
Well just wanted to drop a few words on you about the subject, and also the way I see it.Your comrade in struggle. Thanks for giving prisoners a voice!
Greetings, Sir, from the outer armpit region of California, in the speck of a "private prison" called Taft.... Also, there is a nation wide military drill about to (or perhaps already) taking place that I'm curious to get your perspective on. I hope all is well with you & your ceaseless thankless quest of free thinking, logic, & common sense that your publication brings. A damn fine job, my friend, damn fine.
I don't really have much information on this military drill that's happening. Rumor is that Uncle Sam is doing both a mock invasion & mock "martial law" exercise. I'm information starved here Sam so if you have the low down or theory on the who, what, when & why I'd sure like to know.
Also I find it interesting that the military has been supplying local police/sheriffs departments with old "surplus". I'm right next to the police station here & I can see an old armored personal carrier & a few humvees. I'm sure there's more than that, but that's all I can see. Is that going on throughout the nation & if so, why? Weird.
Anyway Sam, I'll keep this brief as I know you are very busy & your time important. I look forward to your next issue of Frontiersman & am curious what your end game is w/all the "wreckage" sites. Keep up the good work.
Your loyal subscriber,
I'm not aware of any plans for a martial law exercise, but consider this. If they did such a thing just before their next fake terrorist attack, then they could make the martial law arrangement permanent. Never underestimate the treachery of government.
Congratulations. You're the first subscriber to suggest that there might be a reason for all of those crash site photos. I wondered if anybody would think of that.
Original Source Unknown. Forwarded by Sir Donald the Elusive.
One day a florist went to a barber shop for a haircut. After the haircut, the barber said, "I'm not going to charge you for your haircut this week, as a community service." The florist was pleased and left the shop.
When the barber went to open his shop the next morning, there was a thank you card and a dozen roses waiting for him at his door.
Later, a cop came to the shop. After the haircut, the barber said, "I'm not going to charge you for your haircut this week, as a community service." The cop was happy and left the shop.
The next morning when the barber went to open his shop, there was a thank you card and a dozen donuts waiting for him at his door.
Then a Congressman came in for a haircut. After the haircut, the barber said, "I'm not going to charge you for your haircut this week, as a community service." The Congressman was very happy when he left the shop.
The next morning, when the barber went to open his shop, there were a dozen Congressmen lined up, all waiting for free haircuts.
Sam Aurelius Milam III
Over the years, various women have told me their stories of the "molestation" that they experienced during their adolescence. After a while, I noticed that there's an unexpected common element in some of the stories. That is, several of the women reported to me that they'd continued to return to their "molesters", knowing that the "molestation" would continue. While circumstances might sometimes force a young woman to do that against her will, it wasn't clear to me listening to their stories, that such was always the case. I had the impression that, in at least some of the cases, they returned because they wanted to. The anti-sin activists will viciously attack anybody who dares to suggest such a thing. They insist that all sexual relationships involving adolescent females are molestation, that all such relationships result from coercion or manipulation by men, and that all adolescent female participants in such relationships are victims. Nevertheless, some of the stories that I heard suggested otherwise.
One particular woman, after several years of telling me about her "molestation", confided in me a statement that had been made to her by her "molester". He had said, after their first encounter, "Well, since you enjoyed that so much, we'll do it again." It occurred to me then that she might not have been a victim of molestation, but of guilt. Maybe she wasn't tormented by what had happened to her when she was an adolescent. Maybe she was tormented by the fact that she'd enjoyed it so much, even though it had been presented to her as obscene. Maybe her recollection of the experience as "molestation" was an act of self-deception, intended to rid her of guilt. If so, then it didn't work.
Such a sexual relationship might indeed be molestation, as the anti-sin activists define it. In that case, I sympathize with the victim. On the other hand, the evaluation of such relationships isn't necessarily as cut-and-dried as the anti-sin activists want us to believe. Those activists have an agenda and I believe that they evaluate such relationships to suit themselves, regardless of the facts. They view every sexual relationship that involves an adolescent female as being molestation. They insist that every adolescent female in such a relationship is a victim. Those allegations are true some of the time, but not necessarily all of the time. I suggest that the harm to young women that's attributed to "molestation" might not always be caused by the "molestation". Maybe, at least some of the time, it might be caused by the doctrines of sin, guilt, and obscenity that the anti-sin activists have inflicted upon all of us. Maybe, if young women weren't already programmed in advance to believe that their bodies and their desires are obscene, and that sex is a sin, then the results might be different.
To whatever extent my speculations are correct, I place the blame for the harm to young woman entirely on the self-righteous anti-sin activists. They've inflicted their ugly doctrines onto all of us, whether or not we agree with them. They use every means at their disposal, including the punitive powers of government, to ruin the lives of anybody who dares to disagree with them. They succeed only because we submit. If we will rid ourselves of their corrupting influence, then we might see things differently. We might relieve ourselves of a lot of needless guilt and punishment. Sin is their burden, not ours. We should reject it as forcefully as they have imposed it. We should lay their burden down.
Sam Aurelius Milam III
I've noticed, over the years, that the blacks will get up in arms because a cop killed or attacked a black man. I don't recall seeing the blacks get similarly upset when a cop killed or attacked a white man. That suggests to me that the blacks don't care if the cops kill or attack white people, only if they kill or attack black people. It makes me wonder. Is it possible that maybe the blacks might be just as racist as the whites?
What's wrong with everybody? What difference does it make if the victim was white or black? What matters is that the cops killed somebody. I don't know if the blacks are more clueless, failing to understand that, or if the whites are more clueless, failing to notice. Both whites and blacks ought to object when the cops kill somebody, of any race.
Actually, there might be a bright side to this. If we can achieve equality of cluelessness, then maybe we can go even further. Today, equality of cluelessness. Tomorrow, who knows?
My thanks to the following: SantaClara Bob; Lady Jan the Voluptuous; my mother; Betty; FL, of Corcoran, California; and Nathaniel, of Taft, California.
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