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OPINION

"When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny."

--Unknown

Time to Abolish the



They are simply, Un-American.




This (white background) was sent to me at my killcarb.org site from a reader who wanted to be anonymous. When you read it, you will understand why. I did not alter the text, but did work on all the images to crop out things that might identify the location of the sender and to remove all the GPS info, dates and times. While I am not going to tell you to follow this person's example, my opinion is in agreement. I liked it so much that I brought back the airnazis domain just so I could post it here.

Here is some more information about the Spare the Air hoax at: Claycord News & Talk

Feel free to post comments in the forum.



Spare the Air?Hell No!For some twenty consecutive days the pigs at the Bay Area Air Quality Management District have declared a so called "Spare the Air" day and tell you that you can not use your fireplace. What gives them the right?  These are not elected officials nor are they lawmakers. In my opinion, they are trying to see just how much the public will tolerate before pushing back.  Well I decided to push back.  When I found that in the days leading up to Christmas they already had a run of Spare the Air days, I knew they were going to test us on Christmas, a day on which many enjoy the ambiance of a fire in the fireplace.  Sure enough they did, and many of the Bay Area lemmings obeyed. Not me!I burned on the weekend before Christmas and from Christmas Eve through 12/29.  I am out of wood now, but I will have more for all day New Years Eve and New Years Day.  Admittedly, it was a little to warm outside to burn on Christmas Eve, but because they said I could not, I did.  Any day that they declare "Spare the Air" I will exercise my right to use fire which is God's gift to man. I encourage anyone else reading this to do the same and thumb your nose at those arrogant bureaucrats who believe that we the people are subservient to them.What can they do about it?  Well that remains to be seen and one day the issue will end up in court.  Consider this: They do not have police powers so if they knock on your door ignore them. If they bring the police you can still ignore them unless the police have a warrant. If you don't let them in they can't prove you were burning, and even if they can, they can't prove you were burning wood. Even if you were burning wood it might be a cooking fire which is exempt from their own rules. Hang a kettle in the fireplace. If they try to bully you and enter you home or property, you just might fear for your life--that is what the second amendment is for.I kept a fire going for six consecutive Spare the Air days right in the heart of Concord and nobody came by to stop me.  Your experience may be different. As a final suggestion, visit the Spare the Air site.  There is a place to report violations. Send their enforcers to random locations where there is no burning taking place to waste their time.  Do it from a pay phone, or log in from a public computer.  Do not use any method that can be traced back to you.



Spare the Air?
Hell No!
For some twenty consecutive days the pigs at the Bay Area Air Quality Management District have declared a so called "Spare the Air" day and tell you that you can not use your fireplace. What gives them the right?  These are not elected officials nor are they lawmakers.
In my opinion, they are trying to see just how much the public will tolerate before pushing back.  Well I decided to push back.  When I found that in the days leading up to Christmas they already had a run of Spare the Air days, I knew they were going to test us on Christmas, a day on which many enjoy the ambiance of a fire in the fireplace.  Sure enough they did, and many of the Bay Area lemmings obeyed. Not me!
I burned on the weekend before Christmas and from Christmas Eve through 12/29.  I am out of wood now, but I will have more for all day New Years Eve and New Years Day.  Admittedly, it was a little to warm outside to burn on Christmas Eve, but because they said I could not, I did.  Any day that they declare "Spare the Air" I will exercise my right to use fire which is God's gift to man. I encourage anyone else reading this to do the same and thumb your nose at those arrogant bureaucrats who believe that we the people are subservient to them.
What can they do about it?  Well that remains to be seen and one day the issue will end up in court.  Consider this: They do not have police powers so if they knock on your door ignore them. If they bring the police you can still ignore them unless the police have a warrant. If you don't let them in they can't prove you were burning, and even if they can, they can't prove you were burning wood. Even if you were burning wood it might be a cooking fire which is exempt from their own rules. Hang a kettle in the fireplace. If they try to bully you and enter you home or property, you just might fear for your life--that is what the second amendment is for.
I kept a fire going for six consecutive Spare the Air days right in the heart of Concord and nobody came by to stop me.  Your experience may be different. As a final suggestion, visit the Spare the Air site.  There is a place to report violations. Send their enforcers to random locations where there is no burning taking place to waste their time.  Do it from a pay phone, or log in from a public computer.  Do not use any method that can be traced back to you.