Alison Airies, thanks for sharing

I have pinned this post to the top of my blog. It is to remind people of what many of our opponents want. Alison Aires wants a tyrannical government. They want summary execution for private possession of firearms.

This is why we have a Bill of Rights. This is why I created Boomershoot.

Via a Facebook message from Kathy Jackson.

Claude Werner shared something posted by Alison Airies on Facebook (minor spelling errors corrected):

You *can* legislate culture. You just don’t have the guts to do it. Prohibition was half-assed. The war on drugs is half-assed. Let me tell you how you *actually* get guns banned.

You use the fucking data that the NSA has. You check membership in gun clubs, you check the surveillance footage to see who’s a regular at shooting ranges. You check the people who are associated with the NRA. You get yourself a good long list of the people in America who love guns.

Then at random, regular intervals, you do spot checks on them. Stop-and-Frisk them in the streets, get warrants and search their houses, monitor their online activities. Conduct raids and spot checks.

And when you inevitably catch these fuckers with banned material? You don’t haul them into a cushy prison. Once the gavel comes down, you haul their asses into the town square or the main road or whatever the local equivalent is and you execute them. Make sure everyone sees. Make sure they get a good, hard look at the fate that awaits those that disobey the law.

Perform this ritual thrice a month or more for the length of a full year, and we see how many black markets people try to set up, how many Mafia members try to muscle in, with the threat of summary detention, with the threat of public execution.

And if people rebel? If people get angry and erupt into civil war? Then you put them down. I do not care if they are MAGA NRA members or poor black people trying to scrape a living. Those who violate the law have no place in civilized society.

Perform things as I lay out, and I guarantee you that America will be free of guns in a year’s time. Except you won’t because you pussies that care more about civil liberties than properly enforcing legislation.


I’d like to thank Alison for sharing. I’ll do my best to make sure her suggestions for “enforcing legislation” is taken into consideration at her trial for violations of 18 USC 241.


44 thoughts on “Alison Airies, thanks for sharing

  1. Dear Allison, thank you for self identifying as the Fascist loving a-hole you are. Shredding the Constitution and crapping on it is a sure way to implement the plan your fuhrer started. Seig Heil!

    P.S. you do realize that you’re advocating that a presidential administration you hate engage in illegal surveillance, issuing search warrants without probable cause and summary executions without trial don’t you?

    • What will Allison do when the current dictator of her contrived eutopia decides to summarily and publicly cleanse the Nation of any number of other groups of people? Will she fight back with some kind of common sense weapon?

      • She obviously considers herself as a member of the SS. However, she will be treated more like the SA (useful for a time then removed when she is perceived as a threat). When the time comes she can fight back with a sexual aid.

    • Under that thin veneer of tolerance and civility she shows to the world lives the beast that made the Holocaust, the Holodomor, and World War 2 the hell it was for the civilians across Europe.
      She thinks she will be immune, since she loves all that is good and virtuous in her world, but she will be one of those in the camp writing letters to Comrade Stalin about how there must be some mistake that she’s there.
      Karl Hess, speechwriter for Barry Goldwater and an early Libertarian, said that when Democrats make the leap they become Stalinist. and Ms Aires demonstrates that in the old phrase, in spades. She would do well to read the Gulag Archipelago to learn where the early revolutionary fighters (of which she sees herself as one) ended up. I hear Kolyma is a garden spot this time of the year.

      • I hear you. We are reading through Jordan Peterson’s book right now and he heavily references the Gulag Archipelago, and the betrayal the author felt once he was thrown into the camp. I’m going to pick it up next and it will probably become required reading for my children, since all I was taught about communism in public school was that it is the ideal economic system.

        “[Solzhenitsyn] remembered his unquestioning support of the Communist Party in his early years. He reconsidered his whole life. He had plenty of time in the camps. How had he missed the mark, in the past? How many times had he acted against his own conscience, engaging in actions he knew to be wrong? How many times had he betrayed himself, and lied? Was there any way that the sins of his past could be rectified, atoned for, in the muddy hell of a Soviet gulag?”

  2. She might benefit from reading Matthew Bracken’s “Enemies Foreign and Domestic”. It could cure her of the delusion that we are sheep who will be pushed around by every tinpot dictator that comes around. Or the delusion that those who swore the oath to protect and defend the Constitution will, all or even many of them, violate that oath when told to do so by slimy politicians without a shred of morals or principles.

  3. “Make sure they get a good, hard look at the fate that awaits those that disobey the law.”

    OK. How about his law? It’s part of the U.S. Code, Title 18, called 18 USC 242. Full text below;

    Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.
    For the purpose of Section 242, acts under “color of law” include acts not only done by federal, state, or local officials within the their lawful authority, but also acts done beyond the bounds of that official’s lawful authority, if the acts are done while the official is purporting to or pretending to act in the performance of his/her official duties. Persons acting under color of law within the meaning of this statute include police officers, prisons guards and other law enforcement officials, as well as judges, care providers in public health facilities, and others who are acting as public officials. It is not necessary that the crime be motivated by animus toward the race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin of the victim.
    The offense is punishable by a range of imprisonment up to a life term, or the death penalty, depending upon the circumstances of the crime, and the resulting injury, if any.
    TITLE 18, U.S.C., SECTION 242
    Whoever, under color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom, willfully subjects any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States, … shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both; and if bodily injury results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include the use, attempted use, or threatened use of a dangerous weapon, explosives, or fire, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and if death results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include kidnaping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, shall be fined under this title, or imprisoned for any term of years or for life, or both, or may be sentenced to death.

    You see, there are laws and then are “laws” that are illegal laws. The Constitution, including the Bill of Rights, is “The Supreme Law of The Land” and every politician, judge, and every cop swears an oath to uphold and protect that supreme law of the land. That’s a personal, individual Oath. It means that the Oath-Taker is not merely allowed to consider the constitutionality of any law they might be asked to pass, or to enforce, but that they are required by that Oath to judge it based on its conformity to the constitution.

    In America it is supposed to really, really suck to be an authoritarian like you, because your goals (which are based on hate and the desire for violence) are to be thwarted and rejected, and even prosecuted, at every turn. THAT is how human rights work– You have no “right” to violate rights (or even infringe upon them), no matter how many sick, ignorant, bribed, or deceived people agree with you.

    Also; those who believe in liberty can keep lists too, and a lot of them have access to all that information and surveillance you mentioned. Careful; if you get the war you wish for, you may not be so thrilled, or so proud, of the results.

    I don’t expect anything that I say to change your mind, but American patriots do have a responsibility to give you every chance. You may not ever change your mind, but you will have been warned multiple times. That could leave you in a very uncomfortable place.

  4. Interesting too, how the people who go nuts when we dare even mention Islam as an inspiration for jihad, accusing us of “Painting With a Broad Brush”, are projecting. They are the same ones who lump all gun owners together with a psycho killer and demand that we all be treated as accessories to the crime, even rounded up and murdered en masse.

    If the standard accusation; “If you’re in favor of the second amendment then you may as well have pulled the trigger on those kids yourself” isn’t Painting With a Broad Brush, then nothing is.

    The truth doesn’t matter a whit, because “truth” is now defined as “what I feel today”. So you can have “your truth” and I can have “my truth” but that only means there is no truth.

  5. Just like the “progressives” who talk about how “pointless” an armed society is because the US military has tanks and drones etc. These creeps are frustrated that thier political religion is a house of cards, so they can only fantasize about total strangers murdering us on their behalf.

    Also, ironically, the very police and military they dream will act brutality on their behalf, she likely hates just as much as us gun owners.

    And like we’re seeing with the ironically named Antifa riots, some of them are so mal-adjusted that they act on their sick fantasies.

  6. “You use the fucking data that the NSA has. You check membership in gun clubs, you check the surveillance footage to see who’s a regular at shooting ranges. You check the people who are associated with the NRA. You get yourself a good long list of the people in America who love guns.”

    And then you go; “Oh shit, there’s almost 100 million of them, 20 million of which are vets, 10 million of which are well trained vets, and 3 million of which are combat vets. And then you crawl back in your hole and shut the fuck up.”

    Or, when you’re stopping and frisking, and random checking, and conducting raids I’ll be at your house burning it to the ground with everybody inside. You don’t get to watch this on TV. The war you start will be brought directly to YOU!

    • Yes, that’s exactly how Matthew Bracken showed it in his novel. If you haven’t read it yet, I’d urge you to do so. It’s scary.

  7. I can’t help but wonder if Alison Aires is receiving friendly fire — from the few links I followed, I cannot see enough to know what Alison’s true alignments are. Machiavelli’s “The Prince” was written as a mockery of a person in power who despised republican government; unfortunately, too many people in power have taken “The Prince” to be a how-to manual instead, and “Machiavellian” has come to mean “Do whatever it takes to establish and keep power”.

    Alison may have written this sarcastically, saying, in effect “Hey, you gun-grabbers! Are you *really* serious about taking guns? Well, this is what you’re going to have to do! You don’t have the guts, do you? Molon Labe!”

    Having said that, I have seen pieces by anti-gun zealots over the years who have in all seriousness written similar pieces; if Alison’s piece was a satirical warning, well, Poe’s Law strikes again….

    • I had very similar thoughts. I spent a far amount of time searching for her and couldn’t find someone that I had reason to believe was actually her.

  8. I take it this twit doesn’t understand that an armed civilian population is a nice check on military coups?

    If the government ever went full jack booty like she dreams of on the general population it wouldn’t be a one sided ugly event.

  9. This much hate and stupidity concentrated in one person will likely end with her dead or in prison. She will go too far and be incarcerated or she will pick the wrong target for her venom and will be killed in self-defense.

  10. Hey Joe,
    Do any of these people you link to ever find your posts and send you love mail?

  11. Of course, good progressives have to go after gun owners. To do anything else would be to admit their own vacuity and failures AND Progressives NEVER fail. Do they?

  12. That sounds like a good way to start a civil war.

    Not like the kind of civil war they imagine in their heads, with overweight guys in camo carrying deer rifles being slaughtered in the fields by tanks, jets, and drones, but the kind where the people who order this, and carry out those orders, end up with being shot in the back of the head without warning in the supermarket in front of their wife and kids. The kind where their house gets set on fire with them inside, and a guy a block away with a rifle is waiting to shoot them as they come outside. The kind where a guy who knows he’s on the list walks around with a suicide vest, waiting for the inevitable “random” stop to detonate it.

    You know, the kind of civil war where one side realizes that it has precisely zero to lose, because if you’re going to be executed for merely owning a gun, you might as well take at least one of the others out with you before you go.

    The kind of civil war where you’ve got a few hundred thousand, perhaps a few million, ex-soldiers with actual combat experience and first-hand knowledge of how insurgencies work going against you. I mean, you do recognize that the military is largely drawn from the same demographic as gun owners, right?

    I think the results of what she is proposing, if they were ever implemented, wouldn’t be to her liking.

    • It’s like intellectual consistency is considered a flaw on the left.

      We’ve spent how many years duking it out with insurgents in the sandbox, and learning a few things. Do they REALLY think it’s gonna be any better here?

  13. The next stop on this train ride of fantasy is for all progressives who haven’t joined the party to be rounded up and killed the same way. Totalitarian ideologies, even ones that maintain a veneer of democratic procedures, cannot abide a competing power center.

    This train of thought has no end of the line. It only stops when it gets blown up.

  14. i’m rather hoping that this was a misbegotten and ill-wrought attempt at a Modest Proposal. it could be forgiven, if that were the case; not just anyone can be Swift. but if ms. Ailes were actually serious, then i can only conclude she has somehow mistaken tyranny for culture, and wonder at what she was taught in school — i would not think the difference between those two was so subtle.

  15. Notice, that SOMEONE ELSE is going to ‘perform things as she lays out.’ Not her. She’s not going to be the one trying to enforce her insane scenario.

    It’s so easy to lead from behind, until the consequences arrive on your doorstep…

  16. Alison Aires is the type of person who stays home on Election Day if it might rain.

  17. If they’re afraid to confront a single teenager with an AR, I don’t think this whole gun confiscation scheme of theirs is going to go very well.

  18. Will people be chanting “Allahu Ackbar” while members the inner party execute me and my family for our gun ownership in this Sturmabteilung’s dystopic vision of a future civil society?

    Sounds very similar to a boot stamping on a human face, forever.

  19. I am wondering how much of this post is from someone playing on the “Bill Ayers” name just to see how much people can be tweaked up over such insanity. The philosophies are certainly in line.

  20. Idea for Joe — perhaps consider this:

    I think your ongoing documentation/posts of people engaging in conspiracy to infringe is incredibly valuable information, deserving of its own page under your “Important posts”.

    Possibly titled…
    List of people to be tried, convicted, and punished for violating 18 USC 241 and/or 18 USC 242.

    Or some similar title… maybe swap out “to be” with “could be”. Or not.

    I know the list would be loooong, but there’s great power in a neat, tidy, organized, expansive archive of people openly involved in the criminal activity.

    Just an idea.
    Inspired by your post here:

    • I’ve considered it. But only a few seconds of thought and you will come to the realization that there are thousands of people just going through the elected representatives of the last couple of decades.

      • Makes sense. Simply typing up Thee List of Infringers might injure one’s wrists and cause blisters to fingers. Safety first. Conserve energy.

    • I’m tempted to suggest that a Democrat voting list would do, but that would be painting with a little too broad a brush. Better would be if they would get an actual Progressive Party together, separate from the Dems. THAT would be accurate for this purpose.

    • Sounds a lot like the list that was circulated in “Unintended Consequences.” Although judicial prosecution was not the intended purpose of that list.

      • Good point, Defens. Why, you’ve just inspired me to buy a new copy of Unintended Consequences. ‘Tis the season to re-read it.

  21. And when I hear, “No one wants to take away your guns”, I will know they are lying. So thanks for your honesty, Allison.

  22. So Bass Pro (also now own Cabelas) caved to the SJWs whom never have nor will spend a dime in their stores and stabbed gun owners and women in the back. The Massachusetts Gun Owners Action League and Massachusetts Women Gun Owners were sponsoring the First Annual Concealed Carry Fashion Show at Bass Pro Shops in Foxboro, MA outside Gillette Stadium and Bass Pro corporate canceled “because of guns”. Several members of the GOAL BoD and a whole bunch of volunteers poured their time, effort, and money into this event, and Bass Pro Shops cancelled it at the 11th hour. Less than two days before it was supposed to happen – and way too late to change venues.

    Way to screw over women the day before International Womens Day jackwagons!

    Boycott Bass Pro & Cabelas!

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