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Friday, August 26, 2016

less evil 3 of 3


LESS EVIL-THE DIE OFF 3

In fiction, as in most blogs of the militia or 3% or Christian patriots or Constitutionalists, gun control is declared by a mean old Democrat ( never a Republican, even if they are just as destructive to liberty as the Dems are.  If all these fools really believed in freedom rather than empire, and they do indeed believe in a strong central government because that is their iron rice bowl, they would be voting Libertarian rather than Republican ) and immediately a solid wall of defiance is erected and in the end they triumph and the evil is purged from the land.  Let me tell you, the best thing that could happen to the Republicans is the Democrats.  These people who accept if even begrudgingly the Less Evil Party are so blinded by fear of communism that they eagerly embrace fascism.  I don’t know about you but that sort of sounds like Hitler’s Go To crowd control technique.  Lest we forget, the Republicans were founded to defeat the Confederacy and kill states rights ( what few remained after the Constitution was ratified ).  It was the party of centralists.  Long before the party of what started as the peoples rights party turned into The Peoples Socialist Party. 

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I know you aren’t making the connection so let me spell it out for you.  Those people who want freedom are supporting the anti-freedom party.  The anti-freedom party is using the document that centralized government and overthrew the confederacy of individual sovereign States at our Revolution.  The Constitution is a centralists rule of law ( only the Bill Of Rights is left from a time prior to the FedGov taking over ).  But the supporters of the anti-freedom party are “fighting” for a return to the rule of law by the central government to save them from a socialist party.  To me, it mostly sounds like all our freedom fighters are in the pocket of the federal government.  Every time they vote either Democrat or Republican they are voting for the continuation of the suppression of the Bill Of Rights and their own subjugation.  And these people are going to risk their lives to keep their guns?  They might risk yours, but their own?

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But let us just assume gun control is passed through for whatever reason.  You should be aware that most of those freedom fighters will not be fighting by your side ( IF their standard of living is compromised.  The fellow poor workers will be a much more likely comrade than the bloated spoiled Yuppie blowhards ).  You will mostly be on your own with very few you can trust.  You will NOT be joining a brotherhood of resistance fighters.  Most likely, they will be in conflict with you ( see above tirade ).  So immediately you seem to have only two choices.  Meekly give in, and die by one of many factions.  Or fight back with no support from the previously indignant Freedom Bloviators and die in a concentration camp.  Your third choice is to head for the hills, and that is the only rational choice.  If you stay armed, you are betrayed and go to a camp.  Even if that doesn’t happen, as soon as you defend yourself against invading criminals, you get busted.  If you stay unarmed either criminals, government agents or gun control resisters will kill you in a crossfire.  If you head for isolation, you immediately start the clock ticking on your supplies running out, because you don’t have the luxury of growing food undetected.  If you make supply runs you are in conflict with government troops or resistance fighters. 

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You think you can hold out indefinitely in the hills with a modern nation state surrounding you?  Ever hear of the coco leaf eradication program in Columbia?  All the government has to do is declare the area a national wildlife refuge, prohibit occupation, and bomb your ass with Agent Orange.  This stuff gets a lot more complicated with the federal government involved ( which it wouldn’t be after a collapse scenario since the troops lose their mechanization and long distance re-supply ).  The only way to survive would be to band together with fellow patriots in a populated area so that guerrilla activity is masked, but what I fear happening is the general American public being so brainwashed by our federal masters that you lose your hope of a support group.  Taking off to the wilderness will be problematic if the collapse doesn’t proceed quick enough.  But staying puts you in conflict with more groups.

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The point of this wargame exercise is to point out how easy your plans go off the rails at the slightest pause in the orderly rapid collapse.  Again, I’m not saying the mostly quick collapse won’t happen.  I firmly believe it will based on all my research and analysis.  But I used to believe in Santa Claus with all my heart, using all the knowledge I had up to the moment.  You can be wrong.  It never hurts to think things through outside of your “convictions zone”.  Now, what about other scenarios messing up your plans?  Let’s say a coastal area experiences a disaster unfathomable.  San Andres lets go and absolutely decimates all the critical L.A. infrastructure such as water works.  The population has no choice but to flee inland.  Right where you retreated to, there is a uncomfortably large percentage of the ten million Southern Californians.  Since the collapse hasn’t occurred yet, all these fools have gas and road protection to go elsewhere and you can’t stop them.  I’ll even wager the local idiot politicians will welcome them in, the idiots counting on federal subsidies to feather their own nests, not thinking how the local economy will be destroyed by crime and infrastructure overload.

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Or, what if the New Madrid fault gave way?  Tens of millions suddenly disperse throughout the nation, and every Podunk town triples in population, with no extra shelter or jobs.  Camping cities become your neighbors, there aren’t enough local cops to combat the meth sellers, the local stores keep experiencing shortages, your country home is invaded.  And all this is PRIOR to the collapse.  Use your imagination to add to the above.

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23 comments:

  1. Is it a crime for you and your neighbor to steal somebody else's stuff?

    Is it a crime for you and your neighbor to hire someone else to steal someone else's stuff?

    Make no mistake, voting is hiring someone to steal people's stuff.

    Yes, voting for a libertarian is the same thing.
    Even if they steal only a percentage of a percentage of a persons liberty it is still stealing.

    A large scale gov't is based upon stealing. It cannot exist without stealing. Why?

    Because no one is willing to donate their time to the effort without compensation. And where does this compensation come from? Yes, stealing.

    Small scale voluntary gov't can exist but only as long as the monopoly on force is avoided.

    Remember, the next time you hear someone mentioning their *right* to vote. Voting is a crime and there is no right that allows me to steal your stuff.

    Rights are inherent.
    Voting is a privilege, issued by a gov't, to it's complacent and ignorant slaves.

    As my old gray haired mammy told me long ago, "If'n it ain't yourn leave it the hell alone."

    It really is THAT simple.
    But not simple enough for many.
    Welcome to Retardland.

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    1. I used to be an Anarchist ( a far more dedicated Libertarian ). Well, I still am, but I don't think it is politically viable. Why? Human nature presupposes theft against outsiders. Libertarian philosophy largely ignores this. As many a redneck grandpappy probably used to say, "Hump 'em, they ain't one of us"

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  2. Just wanted to thank you for another spiritually uplifting post! I don't ordinarily drink at 11 am but thanks to your post I am on my second cocktail of many to come! You do have to admit, that regardless of which scenario comes to pass it's going to be entertaining as hell! I'm 65! I don't care anymore. My survival "plan" is to die! No preps, no bug out bags, no get out of dodge vehicle, just a few guns and lots of ammo and one last glorious fire fight ! Beats laying in a intensive care ward with tubes sticking in your ass and down your throat! Surrounded by family members waiting like jackals to go through your stuff!

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    1. Is the tube re-used for your throat? Also, I post at 7 AM. If you want an excuse to start drinking earlier than 11. :)

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  3. I'm in a good place with fresh water and low population. However, there are so many types of collapse that could mess me up I hate to think about it . . . but like you, I do think about it. The worse thing is to get stuck on a particular type of collapse and stay blind to all else.

    One type of collapse could turn into something else. All one can do is to keep abreast of the situation and be ready to adapt.

    At least being out of the cities I'll probably have some warning for most things.

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    1. I can't think of one good scenario which makes urban living advantageous. Other than surviving economic centralization. Which took place, what? 1941-2005 perhaps. Done and over, now. Get Out!!!

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  4. Your last few scenarios were as you put it "prior to a collapse". Perhaps and perhaps not. I firmly state that the collapse will be piece meal in exactly the sort of scenarios you describe. For some people Hurricane Katrina was the collapse.
    If you are referring to the collapse of centralized government 'law and order', I don't see that happening in our life time, even if the bloated DC bureaucrats have to send their edicts by foot messenger they will do so and will send the army to enforce them if they are to blatantly ignored.
    It will be a slow inefficient tyranny but it can happen as it did in the past.

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    1. I see it as a centralized government needs surplus energy. Contracting energy eventually devolves to localized feudalism. DC will still rule, but not very far out.

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    2. I think the whole money thing is going to be the death knell. You know, the spend it as fast as you get it, kick the can even farther down the road type of thing.

      Because I don't understand how you can spend what you don't have I can speculate as to how it will all halt.

      Simply, to kow how to fix something you first have to know how it works, and I don't understand most of the BIG money stuff surrounding the US gov't. And I don't really want to know.

      Thing is, there is no faction of gov't that is not completely incompetent, and the very thought that such incompetency is in charge of so many things is enough to drive me to the 200 proof stuff.

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    3. Nobody really knows how the big money stuff works-the serfs have no Need To Know. Best guesses have to do.

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  5. There is another alternative to either giving up your guns or dieing a glorious warriors death in a hail of lead, Act the complaint sheeple. No guns here or hand over some of your guns and hide the rest. I got a lot of respect for the brave heroic types, its just that I'm more the sneaky, cunning cowardly type. Another good post sir....
    Aussie

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    1. Sneaky is far better, just make sure you are not trapped if they suddenly herd you up before you can get the guns, resettle you in a labor camp.

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  6. Sir Lord BaltimoreAugust 27, 2016 at 7:25 AM

    Lord Bison,

    You make a great point in this post regarding the migration of populations due to natural disasters etc. JJ Grey's observation of Katrina also ties in to. Think about places like Saigon and some of the third tier German cities during the "Big One". Their populations increased by orders of magnitude because they were perceived as places of safety by their respective populations while fighting/bombing raged on.
    Rawles "Golden Horde" concept is the wishful thinking of a man who wishes to put his toys and camo clothing to use.
    I could certainly see large movements of population akin to Katrina(the influx of former New Orleans residents to Houston for example). While a police force and National Guard exist. The "refugee's" will exist...They will in turn do the whole rapine and murder thing. Just on a more protracted and longer time line. Turning "good" areas into "bad" ones. Nothing different than has happened in many regards to what has happened to US cities in the Post War era.

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    1. Almost all great, small town, family values, rural, 45 year ago great retreat locations are now overpopulated and gone to crap. Our national population doubled but it seems all great places to live have seen triple population increase. I don't think many see this as we grew up in the process. The sudden refugee problem is just an accellerated version. I don't think any of us accept either scenario consciously.

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    2. My neighbor across the road for the past 10 years is starting his big move today. He's lived here all his life and so has his now deceased dad. Newbs from the big city have taken up residence on either side of him. They each have 10+ acres but that's not enough.

      Newbs move in next to me 2 years ago and my good friend on the other side of them is looking for acreage in Utah to move to. We're looking too.

      They come here for the peace of mind, so they say, then they immediately summons up the very things they didn't like about where they came from, destroying everything in the process.

      Someone should slit their throats while they sleep and blow up the bldg so no one else can move in.

      I'm a dreamer, trapped in a nightmare.

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    3. That sucks, dude. Bad neighbors never take into consideration the blood, sweat and tears you put into your place. It its only about them and their immediate emotional desires.

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  7. “Our national population doubled but it seems all great places to live have seen triple population increase.”


    Sad but true James. During the boom, many people from leftist strongholds cashed out and vacated the places that they voted to destroy when they could no longer afford to live there after doing so, then proceeded to relocate somewhere else and do the same damn thing all over again. Your one Ace in the hole any more is to go somewhere where it's very cold and miserable for a good portion of the year, such a north central climate.

    As far as the two main political parties go, I, as I'm sure your other minions fully understand, that they are one in the same. That being said, if I actually thought that my vote might count ever so slightly enough that I would participate in the process, the last party that I would ever consider supporting would be the party that's brazen enough to openly run on the platform of:

    Feminazi's, fairies and foreigners = good

    White guys, guns and liberty = bad

    If for no other reason than principle alone.

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    1. on principle alone-and why not? Since your vote is a fart on the wind, at least you've eased your mind somewhat. And not embarrassed yourself. I look back at my Libertarian meetings and voting as the barely audible grunt of one child from a pile of corpses in the middle of a hurricane, but at least I wasn't embarrassed about it other than its fruitlessness.

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    2. Fruitless? perhaps, perhaps not. The fringe movements that grow big enough will have themselves swallowed up by the big parties more often than not, but sometimes that very swallowing up kills the bigger party or transforms it to something new. Regan in the 80's was the first president elected by the 'silent majority' movement of hardcore Evangelist and merged with Nixon racists 'dixicrats' that have taken over much of the Republican party establishment. And now that much of their supporting population demographics are passing on, and they are fighting the Tea Party small government pseudo libertarian new blood causing the ability of some whacky haired used car sales man rich guy to get their presidential nomination. All because they couldn't 'swallow' the tea party and pseudo libertarian movement folk.

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  8. The constitution is not something to worship, it's just a contract specifying the structure of the federal govt of the states. But it is the law, for better or worse. I don't think "constitutionalists" revere it so much but they just want the federal government to follow its' own rules. The Declaration of Independence is our founding document and I think it represents the best values of America. I guess none of that matters now and we're all reduced to hoping the next crash is not the "worsest" ever. Wish there was something we could do for the young folks so they could enjoy the quality of life we once had. Sad.

    Anyway, I've enjoyed reading your blog. I think you've got the best ideas for prepping, although I also like the stuff Bob at cheaprvliving talks about as well. Another good idea is storing caches of "last longtime" supplies on those "worthless land" properties you've mentioned. People say a long wolf won't last long, but maybe a sneaky coyote will ;-)

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    1. Piss on those young coneheads. I got a bum deal compared to my parents, let the kids suffer too. Sharing is caring.

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    2. I kind of wonder- so many are waiting for the crash before taking up arms against the central tyranny - could that be the very purpose of the rumors of crash and rumors of the rumors?
      In Germany they it recently came out that the government was going to tell people to become (very small scale short term) prepper's with 10 days food and 5 days water, maybe the people in charge hope that will re-direct the growing unhappiness with the immigrant inviting government? There is a clear psychological correlation between anti-big government sentiment and pro-preparedness and independence sentiments...
      Just something to think on.

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    3. To me, government stockpile recommendation seem to be a cop-out, as in "well, we warned you to be ready so don't blame us if we didn't deliver water and MRE's".

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