The World According To Bob

Bob Allen is a philosopher and cyber libertarian. He advocates for the basic human rights of men. Bob has learned to cut through the political nonsense, the propaganda hate, the surface discourse, and talk about the underlying metamessage that the front is hiding. Bob tells it like it is and lets the chips fall where they may. If you like what you read be sure to bookmark this blog and share it with your friends.

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You can't make wrong into right by doing wrong more effectively. It's time for real MEN to stand up and take back our families, our society, and our self respect. It is not a crime to be born a man. It is not a crime to act manly.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

A Texas Warning?

Two months ago a small army of criminals in blue suits kidnapped 460 children from a FLDS (Mormon) village in Texas. The army of criminals were part of a longstanding war the State of Texas is waging on families of minority religions. Many of the same criminals had been part of the assault on and mass murder of almost 100 people, including several dozen innocent children, at the Branch Dravidian village near Waco, Texas.

Children from the FLDS families suffered severe trauma, and at least one died during the mass kidnapping. Hundreds of fathers and mothers suffered months of emotional and psychological pain as their children were ripped from their homes and shipped off to the far corners of Texas by the evil in blue suits and cruelly smiling lesbitches. An evil agent of Satan in black robes of Hell who orchestrated the mass crime was finally ordered to enforce the law and Texas had to return the children in early June.

This week, about a week after the 460 kidnapped children were returned, we read that persons unknown have set fire to the Texas Governor's Mansion. Can this be coincidence? Bob speculates that it is a reminder to the Governor that he is not immune to retaliation for his criminal attack on the people of Texas. Read news story

A few years ago, exactly a year after the Texas criminals and the FBI gassed the people of the Branch Davidians village near Waco, the FBI office in Oklahoma City was bombed by an angry citizen. It was also on the anniversary of the FBI's assassination of a man's child, his wife, and even his dog in Idaho. The FBI was reminded that their mass murder of children makes their own children vulnerable. The wank media cries for the death of the FBI's children, while ignoring the much greater number of children whom the FBI kills with impunity. This year the wank media spent April and May applauding the State of Texas's war on the FLDS families, although a few brave media members eventually began questioning the justification for such a heinous crime.

Kidnapping has been a death penalty crime in the US since the Lindberg child was kidnapped and killed in the 1930s. But in Texas, it was the evil Governor and his minions who were the criminals, and their war on families and children was certain to go unpunished.

Bob has no personal knowledge of any of these crimes other than what is published by the wank media and on the Internet. Bob tries to read through the smoke screen and hate published daily by the blue suit gangs and their wank media talking heads, and figure out what is going on behind the headlines. In Texas there are undoubtedly many good people who are scared and angry at the violent, out of control, criminal government that is waging war on the people. The fire at the Governor's Mansion might very well be a warning that he is not immune from retaliation by the people for his violence and crimes. Since the building was unoccupied for renovation at the time of the fire it reads like a very restrained response on the part of those who desire to be free people. It should be a warning to Texas to stop making war on the people.

Will Texas heed the warning? Somehow Bob doesn't think they will. Criminals are usually too stupid to read the handwriting on the wall.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I enjoyed this post, but not as much as your essay on how women bitch about men leaving the toilet seat up. I had tears in my eyes when I thought about what men have to go through in this world as I read that. I'm getting emotional thinking about it. Your ex-wife must be a whore. Is she the one who is tracking you via the computer chip in one of your fillings?

Anyway, keep up the philosophizing. It's much appreciated. By this old bear, anyway.

Keep the faith.

June 10, 2008 1:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've got a bitch ex-wife like that, too. But she watches me through the lightbulbs.

June 10, 2008 2:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


The life of a man is arduous. I have a problem with my elbow that affects my golf swing, and my doctor's only answer was for me to take up a sport other than golf. I have an ex-wife who is making my life a living hell. She left me for another man and now wants alimony. He is good looking, I don't argue with that, but I ain't gonna pay one red cent to that bitch.

June 10, 2008 2:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You ain't whistlin' dixie, mother fucker. Texas is a bullshit cuntry. They busted up ma still and dumped all ma corn squeezins and shine! and took away that little bitch i brainwarshed. All i got to remind me of texas is the clap.

June 10, 2008 2:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The fire at the TX governor's mansion was likely unrelated to the FLDS case. Any money bets on that?

June 10, 2008 3:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There was a death of an FLDS member during the kidnappings? The media covered it up pretty good then. They're good little propagandists for the gov, particularly when they don't like the more conservative lifestyle choices.

June 11, 2008 12:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"They're good little propagandists for the gov, particularly when they don't like the more conservative lifestyle choices"

Good point anonymous! Unfortunately the so called "Right Wingers" in the media are just as bad as evidenced by the barage of assaults on the FLDS from the so called "Conservatives" on Fox news!

June 11, 2008 7:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The message clearly sent by a Republican Governor and the Feds is this. We will do with your children whatever we want. With an Undercover informant inside for four years. They did not find anything to charge them with. NOTHING.

So a propaganda campaign of lies began. Now it turns out Millions of Dollars was spent on an Illegal operation. That forced the State to return the children.

Our idiot citizenry fail to realize, that if they can do this to the FLDS they can do it to anybody. NPR revealed last week that there are somewhere between 50,000 and 100,000 Moslems practicing Polygamy in the US Now. And nothing is being done about that. Clearly we have Religious discrimination going on here.

Do Bob's critics fail to realize that? Are they too stupid to see what is really going on here? Apparently use the Straw Man argument and insult Bob.

June 11, 2008 9:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Do Bob's critics fail to realize that? Are they too stupid to see what is really going on here?"

Unfortunately, they DO see it. And they applaud it. They're the ones pushing for it. The feminist movement is inextricably linked with socialism. And one of the most basic tenets of socialism is the concept that people's lives, from birth, must be directed toward what the government believes to be the greatest SOCIETAL good. The very concepts of the individual, and individual rights, are explicitly forbidden, in deference to the "common good."

When seen from that point of view, it's only natural that children should be raised by the government, instead of parents. And, of course, it also frees women from the "bondage" and "oppression" of motherhood. They can't find a way to stop the biological need to have children. So instead, they try to pass the "burden" of raising them on to someone else, so they can continue living only for themselves.

June 12, 2008 4:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Families -men, women, and children- are all screwed. We are, aren't we?

June 12, 2008 9:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Receding Hairlines in Women Result from Polygamy and Incest
Story written: 04 June 2008

Cult founder disputes genetic claims

The San Angelo, Texas Hairline Research Institute has published new findings in the Journal of Balding Women and Children. SATHRI has suspected for years that the wearing of prairie dresses and the torturous bobbing of hair was the underlying cause of receding hairlines among San Angelo ladies.

New discoveries focusing on anxiety and genetics have revealed that the prematurely balding children and young mothers of the San Angelo cult suffer from genetic inbreeding and a nervous disorder caused by not knowing who your parents are or whose bed you will be called to for "sacred stroking", the cults nickname for doing the nasty.

Cult spokesman Frank Parlo, disputed the findings: "Many brilliant people like Einstein and George Costanza have predominant hairless frontal lobes. San Angelo just happens to have some very bright women."

June 15, 2008 8:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The real warning here is that it does not matter if there is a Republican in the White House or State House. They will trample on the Constitution and abuse your rights and kill you if they want to.

Military Force with an APC was brought to bear to enforce this action. Now it turns out the price tag is up to $14 Million and counting.

Texas is a major Energy producting state. Austin is a Liberal Bastion. Houston and Dallas Fort Worth are more Conservative.

Insults about Texas and stills is simply bigotry and stupidity of the poster. Go ahead discredit your comments and show yourself to be an idiot. FYI Texas is now a majority Hispanic populace.

June 15, 2008 9:05 AM  

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