Baton Rouge Shooter: Tavor Bullpup

Just a point of interest. The Black Lives Matter – Nation of Islam shooter of police officers in Baton Rouge was carrying a FDE color Tavor bullpup.

Another interesting point: he is not from Baton Rouge. He’s from Missouri. An outsider. Home of the “Hands Up Don’t Shoot” Ferguson crowd.

Tavor Rifle in Black

Tavor Rifle in Black

So…how do the people of Baton Rouge feel that an outsider came to their town, killed cops and the media is reporting this represents Baton Rouge?

Probably the same way people who experience outsider groups coming to their town as Black Lives Matter, paid for by George Soros, as being local problems.

And while I am at it, probably the same way the people of Oregon felt when the Bundy clan crossed state lines and started trouble with the Feds. More outsiders looking for national exposure by starting trouble where they don’t belong.

Baton Rouge Shooter Gavin Long with FDE Tavor Rifle

Baton Rouge Shooter Gavin Long with FDE Tavor Rifle

There is a universal concept that is VERY strong in American culture: Hearth and Home. Nobody appreciates the interloper starting trouble. Regardless of cause or creed.

Final Note: I just have to say it. Nation of Islam member. Hates Jews. Picks Israeli made rifle. These people don’t know their assholes from a hole in the ground. I stand with America. I stand with Israel. I know who the enemy is, even if the media won’t name him.

 

 

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  • Mikial

    Marky, I can’t tell you how happy it made me to read that you stand with Israel. These days that seems to be a non-PC thing to say, but fuck’em. I stand with Israel. I have friends there and friends in the USA who grew up there; who were IDF troopers (male and female); who dodged rockets on the Kibbutz. I have a friend in East Jerusalem who is a Palestinian Christian and I have spent many enjoyable hours with him in the West Bank seeing the sights and eating kabobs.

    If for some unfathomable reason I should ever decide to leave the USA (never going to happen, but if it did) Israel is the country I would go to. Why? Because they stand alone against the world and I’m a sucker for the underdog when they deserve it. I won’t even go into Islam except to say with the one exception of a punk in San Francisco with a knife (and I don’t think his heart was really in it), everyone who ever tried to kill me was a Muslim.

    • Your Palestinian friend sounds very interesting. Does he ever share any insight the average American reader might not be exposed to?

      Marky

    • One more thing. Hook a brother up with a IDF reserve commission will ya?

      😉

      Marky

      • Brennen Munro

        They have since I was there, passed a law that says you must perform Aliyah and state your Jewishness, and your loyalty to Israel. Sorry… You can send money to many org.s that provide things for troops and such. Besides, I think you will be needed here if it comes to that.

        I had to laugh at my visit to see my son, I did not remember enough Hebrew to get out of my own way. Just trying to read the road signs gave me a headache!

        Munro

    • Brennen Munro

      I still have loads of friends there myself, they live in difficult times, while still trying to live normal lives.

      Munro

  • Brennen Munro

    I met my beautiful wife while I was working in Israel. Got married on the slopes of Mt Carmel, just up from the caves of Elijah looking out over the Mediterranean. My picture was taken in Israel, and I am wearing a Jewish Keffiah. My son is there now and has just over one more year on his contract left to serve, which will put him a five years. He was almost born there, but my contract was up and we decided for him to be born in Germany. Less travel headaches later… I am in agreement with you Mikial, we need to stand with the only country in the whole of the area that at least tries to do the right thing, even when everyone is trying to kill them.

    Munro