2018-06-20 / Editorials

Big dogs and the “big dog”

Billy Fleming

I knew I should have taken “dog whisperer” lessons a long time ago.

I know our “big dogs” — Buddy, Tessie and Grayson (95, 60 and 40 pounds) somehow put Hoot (about seven pounds) up to the beggin’ chores, especially for the bone treats.

They keep their distance until they see he’s succeeded. Suddenly, they are all sitting there innocently awaiting their share of the bounty.

I think I’ve figured out part of their plan. I’ve noticed they often let him lead the “squirrel patrol.” Most effective, however, they’ve learned to let him think he’s just as big as they are!


As you watch the TV footage of kids walking out of school to force repeal of the 2nd amendment, you need to know Chairman Mao used the same strategy in 1966 to force Communist rule in China — a youth movement called the “Red Guard.”

To force Nazi rule in Germany, Hitler used teenagers in his “Hitler Youth” movement, which became compulsory Nazi indoctrination for boys 10-18 years.

Castro used the Popular Socialist Youth to overtake Cuba and install Communism.

What happened next? The people cheered and handed over their guns to their new friends in the “resistance” government. Then they were executed.

Understand you are seeing it again here!

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