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March 26, 2015 at 1:32 am #39351
… 3 countries in this world you dont invade ………unless you want to die .
The United States , Russia , and China .
Leaving aside the remarkable current instance of the USSA, wherein the (mostly unarmed, and un-uniformed) invaders are often rewarded with free housing, medical, educational, and legal services, not to mention, the menial jobs for which they ostensibly invaded, justifying the “Earned” Income Tax Credits and Social Security benefits their unsubstantiatably long work histories will provide them at our expense, most other invasions have resulted in many invader deaths, even when the invasion was ultimately “successful.”
Those who plan and order invasions are usually the rich and, rarely affected beyond the accumulation of more “national debt,” unless their forces lose decisively enough to bring on a successful counter-invasion of their home ground. So they usually have little reason to hold back when the odds appear to be in their favor. Given the reported state of US worldwide military deployment and morale, and the questionable willingness of our current regime to actually defend a nation they’ve already hinted they find less than worthy of defense, I’d also question the chances of our swift victory, or territorial integrity, against the array of likelier attackers.
But then, I’m a pessimist by nature, and the knowledge that many of the possible invaders may also be some variant of Pagan, does little to cheer me.
Cry, "Treason!"March 25, 2015 at 11:22 pm #39340
The future is hard to see clearly from now. Sure, we can all foresee likely consequences of our actions, or the actions of others, that we actually know about, to the extent that we actually do know. We do our best to keep abreast of what’s going on in the world, but there’s much that we cannot easily get at. We get a few of the general outlines, but the details often arrive as surprises. Through the lens of history, we foresee some of the possible consequences, and we imagine how our situations may play out. But we should remember that history doesn’t exactly repeat: it “rhymes.”
The impending collapse of this nation will not only be an economic tsunami, wherein we’ll struggle to keep food on the table, but many of us and our less prepared fellow citizens will probably be at pains to keep the table itself, hunkering behind it, hoping that it can stop, or significantly slow, the projectiles fired by yet others of our desperate fellow citizens. That their desperation is self-made, and that we, having worked for what they seek to take from us, have a superior claim, will have little effect on the outcome. We’ll be pressed to apply old rules to new situations.
But further, should such internal collapse occur before the similar collapses of more regimented, more populous, and better equipped nations (such as depicted in namelus’s video), one or more of them could come calling (militarily) for settlement of debts those less prudent fellow citizens allowed to be racked up in our collective name.
It’s only prudent to become personally able to use low-tech ways to supply our needs, but to get through the next decade nationally intact, is likely going to take all of the food, fiber, metal, and energy supplies, not to mention, individual energy, that America can still produce, given our reduced and globally-dependent state. (Hard for me to believe that a nation which no longer produces its own steel, or cloth, would be truly able, in the short run, to defend itself against similarly-armed nations which can and do … from whom it buys those materials!) Transitionally improving mechanized agriculture to cut down strip-mining and impoverishing the soil, consuming more water than nature supplies, would be good. But discarding modern production techniques wholesale would only weaken the nation.
Cry, "Treason!"March 22, 2015 at 1:12 am #39181
Gates, and all his other uberwealthy, high-functioning autistic friends, should lead by example.
Cry, "Treason!"March 20, 2015 at 9:24 am #39142
I’ve heard that public reaction has been such that Zero has since retracted his call for mandatory voting. It would speed up finalizing the takeover, but really, he doesn’t need it. If motor-voter registration works in most states like it does in Cali, it’s only a matter of time.
Consider: a clued-in illegal, working with friends or family, presents himself to a branch office of the Department of Mexican Voting (DMV) claims to be Jose Gonzales, living at address A, gets his driver license and a voter registration card, checks the box for voting by mail, repeats at another branch office, claiming to be Jorge Morales, living at address B (where his brother lives). Meanwhile, his brother does the same, using other related aliases, and the same addresses. If the brothers (and their wives) feel ambitious, they can network with a few others of their countrymen, to the extent that they can keep their IDs and addresses straight.
Since they are illegals, and since Cali welcomes them with driver licenses, and voter registration forms, despite having no better assurance of who they are, than whoever they say they are, there’s no crosscheck (that would be “racist,” don’tchaknow) and the Gozales/Morales clan can accumulate as many IDs and voter registrations as they can keep straight. Multiply that by however many can see an advantage in taking advantage.
Now with State-verified IDs, they can get SSNs and, working various low-wage jobs under their several aliases, get a nice collection of low-wage W-2s, “entitling” them to as many nice, fat EITC checks, ad infinitum.
Will some of them screw up and get caught? Sure, probably. Will a small representative sample of stupid violators eventually be punished? Sure, if necessary to placate the sheeple paying for it. Will enough of them do it to tip the electoral, if not the financial, balance? Time will tell.
Cry, "Treason!"March 20, 2015 at 8:30 am #39141
for some reason I can’t believe that’s changed much.
The biggest change is that the Mahdi-in-Chief himself hates the USA, but since he’s gone out of his way to pi** Putin off, if he gets any from Russia, they may be armed and aimed, Deo volente.
Cry, "Treason!"March 18, 2015 at 6:18 am #39030
what ……….no rubuttle at the shooting of innocent Americans by militarized door kickers ?
Yes, such gross miscarriages of justice occur. But you’ll read about most of them on the outraged alternative (“conservative?”) websites. Any such, of course, is too many, But how many? In what timespan? Contrast that with the rising level of daily rape, robbery, and murder in most large cities, most of which you won’t hear about, except long after the fact, as gross statistics. This forum, if I understand it correctly, is about realizing what is coming at us at what looks to be more like an impending volcanic eruption, than a growing glacier.
Yes most of the street cops are probably decent guys , then there are entire departments like LAPD and NYPD that are all rotten to the core .
I doubt that those departments are “all rotten to the core.” People go into that line of work for a variety of reasons, but usually for honorable reasons: It suits their physical/mental talents, it pays okay, and most of the laws are (currently) still worth enforcing.
Still, if I had to live in El Lay or Noo Yawk, I’d be freakin’ and peakin’, since the governments in those jurisdictions are a reflection of their socialist/metrosexual/dependent populations, perfectly willing to sacrifice uncounted productive and self-supplied people, “for the good of society.” A little too close to cannibalism for me. When police departments are bad, look to those who hire, train, assign, and supervise them.
Cry, "Treason!"March 18, 2015 at 3:49 am #39027
What these idiots don’t grasp, besides english, basic math and logic, is that while Ferguson may have been slow in making corrections, they were happening.
But this murderous attack upon officers isn’t going to gain the effect they want ….
Whirlibird, you’re right, but I suspect that it’s deeper than simple idiocy — not that the Public Fool System is prepared to produce much else — but such “communities,” of which there are many (and not always minorities in the majority), have lots of people who have already become tolerant of a fairly high level of minor crime (their own, their friends’, or their relatives’), are ready to say and believe the worst about any form of LE, and are subsidized enough to live without working, who therefore have both time and inclination to turn out and scream for the cameras. It’s the only form of “R E S P E C T” from the outside world they’ll ever get, and they know it (since they have so little reason to respect themselves.) They are primed for “community organizers.”
The people behind all this want to reach the point where shooting the perpetrator is not allowed by LE for any reason.
74, productive people are harder to rule than those dependent on handouts. The people behind all this want to reach the point where all of the time and energy the remaining productive might be able to devote to defeating “the people behind all this,” is absorbed in guarding their own property, family and selves, either from the perps, or if/when successful, from the perp-advocates — all the easier to subjugate them.
See: Synthesizing Tyranny, by Samuel Francis for a more detailed explanation of the puppeteering.
Ferguson is out of control , but in a way , it echo’s the building anger at the escalating abuse of power by LE’s in the country in general . Like was said in another thread , LE’s are the real ones out of control . The biggest resentment coming from the people is the fact that almost none of the “bad apples ” see’s a day of maximum security prison like you and I would get .
Tolik, you have a point, but it’s a minor one, in this Ferguson incident. Are there bad cops? Yeah … a few: it’s a human endeavor, therefore subject to human failings. Such as there are should be dismissed and/or punished.
But most cops are decent people, and the nature of their work doesn’t allow them to treat stops, searches, and arrests as opportunities for debate or social fisticuffs, especially in high-crime areas and times. Reasonable (and innocent) people can usually survive the minor indignity and lost time, by displaying just a little of the respect and politeness they claim to want, or avoid it all by refraining from misbehavior, however “socially understood” they may believe it to be.
Cry, "Treason!"March 18, 2015 at 12:38 am #39012
Good advice, Gent & Rogue. High heels won’t do on a hike, or a bike. If the woman you’re likely to be travelling with is your wife, girlfriend, or relative (otherwise, why?) you might want to take her shopping for shoes or boots she would be able to walk in (before SHTF), then go walking/camping at least enough to get them broken in, and stash them as best suits your plans.
Alternatively, if that’s a non-starter, you might want to consider a folding bike trailer, or a more reasonable travelling companion.