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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

usa #1 part 1 of 3


USA #1

The US is number one in a lot of ways.  First in per capita incarcerations.  First in high corporate taxation ( in case you were wondering why everyone headquarters in other countries ).  First, or very close by now,  in bank shelters- surprisingly.  This of course benefits our Bankster masters in Goldman Saks and the Federal Reserve Bank members.  Reno, Nevada even figures prominently in there somewhere-formerly wetting its beak by offering no inventory tax warehousing.  Alas, following a proud Nevada tradition of screwing up everything that drew money into the area, our politicians are busy jacking up so many taxes that “corporation friendly” is going to join the slogan graveyard soon, joining such notables as “wedding capital” and “divorce capital”, “gambling capital”, probably “mining works for Nevada” and “free range cattle”.  Even when the douche bag California Wanna-Be lawyer scum parasites get done screwing us ( I wasn’t opposed to nuclear waste down in Las Vegas, figuring it would improve the state gene pool, but that was the only Screw You plan they DIDN’T implement ) it still is a great place to live.  Hopefully our supposed Republican governor will socialize the place so much three quarters of the population will move to Texas and we can get back to rural conservatism after the Yuppie Scum vacate to greener pastures to plunder.

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But, back to the US in general.  It is still the number one location to bug-out to.  Look at the rest of the world.  It is a complete crap hole.  So is the US.  There is NO good place to run to ( and please note, I’m not saying immigrants should come here-what jobs are there for you?  Stay home, you humps!  Best location to bug out to, as in US citizens would be crazy to leave for another country ).  First off, you are jumping from the pan into the fire.  Secondly, all this hubbub about becoming an expat is directed at the rich.  It doesn’t apply to us common folk ( I’m sorry-did I offend you?  Do you consider yourself a special snowflake that is due to win it big by following the American Dream and making a fortune by offering a better mousetrap?  You are fifty years too late, dumbass.  You are just as common as we are, and probably as poor.  You want to dream, do it on your own time, not mine ).  Thirdly, there are ZERO tribes for you elsewhere.  And forth, the US has the best places to escape to, not because it is the biggest country or has the most wilderness but because it has the least practice controlling its populace.  Let’s cover these one at a time.

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Do you really think it is a good idea to leave this country for another?  Let’s assume you even can ( financially, career wise, target country welcoming, etc. ).  How are you improving things, except financially ( a common theme is the wailing and gnashing of teeth over taxes you must pay, all the while you being a saint upon earth providing jobs.  The fever pitch of the rich bewailing ANY taxes has a Randian quality to it-and I love Ayn Rand for her talent and tenacity but paint her with a VERY wide Moron Brush otherwise.  Hello, Rich Humps, taxes pay to keep troops between you and vicious outsiders who could give two craps about your application to the Papists for Sainthood.  They’ll just take your crap and kill you [ do NOT confuse the ultimate function of any military with mistaking our current militaries role as imperial storm troopers ] )?  Sure, your taxes go down.  Big deal.  You open yourself up to all other conditions worsening as compared to the US.  Did you not get the memo when it was reported that at the height of conflict during the cocaine cartel wars that you could get a murder contract in Bogotá for as low as $20?   Did you miss how opening up all the Cold War strategic reserves allowed the globe to be flooded with AK-47’s, one of those fully automatic assault rifles going for as low as $100 in Albania when over here in the Land Of The Brave you needed over a grand to buy a semi-auto AR-15 because of our control laws?  Didn’t anyone tell you to avoid Mexican prisons ( pretty sad when other countries top our Crap Quota with our prison AIDS and Prison Racial Wars )?  Miss how during the global drought a few years back plenty of countries were seeing up to 75% grain crop failures? 

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As bad as things are here, and they ARE bad, far worse than the mainstream media tell you and even a lot worse than what the Yuppie Scum Survivalists tell you ( as they imply voting still matters, how Peak Everything is far, far into the future and how you will have a job until your retreat is paid for ), it is far worse in most other places.  Not because their politicians are bigger crooks than ours or their currency is more fragile than ours or because their energy supply is more vulnerable.  Everyone has already seen a replay of the Roaring Twenties and a Great Depression already starting ( more on this in a separate article, of course ) but this time they don’t have an Oil Age just starting.  They don’t have the resources to start and sustain an Industrial Age World War to get them out of their predicament, either ( leaving aside the question of nuclear weapons ).  Without resources, there will not be a country opening its arms to the oppressed Jews, this time around.  You think refugees anywhere, anyone, will be any more welcome than Muslims in Europe right now?  And just because you got in before the barn door was closed doesn’t mean you are any safer. 

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You can of course convince yourself the US will quietly fade into the night as it enfeebles itself by destroying its culture and cohesion, leaving the rest of the world to prosper.  I don’t believe that is the case.  I think the imperial treasury is looting its colonies, even if it has already turned onto their own citizens as the flow of wealth from overseas slowed, and once the structure rots it will take the rest of the globe with it.  Not because I have a jingoistic American delusion.  Because the western banking system is what keeps the entire globes population fed from centralized farms with long distance transportation and with  most of the eaters clustered in urban hives.  Absent that, the tinder is ignited.  The imperial citizens have the best chance of being the last to collapse ( even if their collapse will be much deadlier ).  That is why you stay here, to have a little more time to prep.  More tomorrow.

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17 comments:

  1. naturalsociety.com has organic gmo free survival food.

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    1. Yuppie Scum can afford this, perhaps. Frugal survivalists???

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  2. I came across the video below earlier today. The host was not advocating the use of black powder weapons as a primary choice, but as a backup. He mentioned making his own powder, lead projectiles from tire weights that he gets for free from the local service station, and even his own percussion caps should the need arise. There are videos available that illustrate how to do all of this.

    The second video illustrates the construction of the combustible paper cartridges that speed of the loading process of the cap and ball revolvers. If you choose to go with pre-loaded spare cylinders instead (Without the caps on until they are in the gun for safety's sake) then I would recommend the Remington style revolvers over the Colts, for the simple fact that the cylinders can be changed out in the Remington's in a matter of seconds.

    No hassle at all to buy these guns, and they can be bought through the mail and shipped right to your door in most states, even where I live in the PRK.

    Overlooked By Preppers...Black Powder!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rAwSmvpzBg

    Making paper cartridge for percussion revolver - combustible envelope cartridge
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2HUcfAyaaQ







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    1. The only problem with the guns is they are priced at primary rather than back-up prices.

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    2. I have not really priced firearms as of late James? But just recently I came across a Ruger Vaquero which is a cartridge firing single action revolver, and they were asking between $600 and $700 dollars for one.

      But if you look around, sometimes you can find specials on the cap and balls, like the one in the link below at Dixie for $265.00. Now this is a good stout workhorse of a gun at a fraction of the cost of the Vaquero. Add a cartridge conversion cylinder to convert it to .45 long Colt if you must for around $250 and you are still a hundred or two below the Vaquero. On the other hand, for the price of the cartridge conversion cylinder you can buy 3 spare cap and ball cylinders and keep them pre-loaded and ready to go; just sayin?

      Still seems as if it's a more economical way to go, without any of the hassles of purchasing a modern firearm. And if you hit the gun shows, you can find even better bargains.


      RH0140 Dixie Pietta Remington New Model Army Revolver - Oversize frame and grips

      http://www.dixiegunworks.com/product_info.php?cPath=22_92_187_189&products_id=906


      CY0505 Cylinder with Nipples for the Remington .44 Revolver (Pietta)

      http://www.dixiegunworks.com/product_info.php?cPath=22_434_443_444&products_id=4252

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    3. The main issue I see, other than the extra cost-leave that aside-is the same as with AR 80% lowers. You may not have a registered firearm but you do have a paper trail. I'd bet dollars to donuts all these companies give records to the federales. Unless gun control is a non-starter. But either be completely paranoid, or don't worry about it.

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    4. That's a fair point James, and I sometimes wonder about how well these are tracked? I tend to think that for the most part that they're off the map for the federals? Criminals simply don't bother with these types of guns, and probably wouldn't even know how to load one? Way too slow to load when on the move, but for the homesteader they have potential. They generally only appeal to the historic firearms enthusiasts. Per the 1968 gun control act, they were deregulated as a firearm, so it's basically just like having one of those little hobby canons.

      I'm not much of a bargain hunter, but I would imagine that there are some excellent bargains to be had at pawn shops or gun shows, depending on your locale?


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    5. I don't think the feds care, if they care at all, about criminals and these guns but about potential rebels. It isn't like you can do much damage with this kind of gun, just that even showing defiance with it is intolerable. If that time comes.

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    6. Go to a gun show, pay cash, walk out with the gun. No paper trail.

      Yes a gun dealer has to do paperwork, but a private sale is still just between the 2 people doing the trade. And there are a lot of guns at gun shows that are not dealers but just a guy unloading a few guns for extra cash.

      Join a gun club, guys are always swapping guns around, again no paper trail.


      Chuck Findlay.

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    7. Luckily, here we have guys selling guns all day long from our online classified ads-no need to wait for a gun show.

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  3. Here's a Wal-Mart bike article


    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3666387/Professional-mountain-bike-racer-tests-bargain-Walmart-179-Huffy-Carnage-terrifying-trail-survives-handlebars-don-t.html


    Idaho Homesteader

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    1. Wally quality sub-par? Of course. THIS bad? Hard to believe. Almost.

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  4. Gunpowder From Urine, Part 1
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wW5KR1pDxs

    Black powder from material found only on his ranch, which I think is the best way to go about it, since you really don't know what resources you will be able to count on post collapse? Sharp dude, obviously has some kind of chemistry background, but it wasn't until the second video that he decided to use chicken manure.

    To be honest, it looked like a chrome plated bitch to me, and I think that I would either rely on stockpiled components, or go low tech all together, such as archery. But you have many sharp followers, and many of them might look at the video and say to themselves, “Eh, no biggie”?

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    1. The best part, for me, was the nitrate bed.

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  5. The U.S. Is a fairly big country. I'd rather have a cheap piece of land somewhere else in the U.S. as a back-up plan than another country. Main thing is to stay out of the eye of the storm, and I don't see the whole U.S. being the eye of the storm.

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  6. highest in corporate taxation? Your hair gel is affecting your thoughts! USA is among the LOWEST of the top 30 countries as far as corporate tax.Pull your head out of trump's,"where ever".

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