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Thursday, December 22, 2016

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ELITE LEMONADE 4
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note: a hearty thanks to Rob in FL and Gary in TN for the thoughtful Christmas cards.  Gary, yours cracked me up!
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From the previous articles, I’ve tried to make the point that our elites are some fickle bastards.  They draft us to expand the empire, then when it becomes too expensive they suddenly decide they don’t need it anymore.  Sorry, all you over half a million dudes rotting in graves and those of you we jailed, we’ve changed our minds.  Once they decided that a compulsory educated population was just the thing to build up an economic empire, warping many generations of minds and impoverishing untold millions with higher property taxes to pay for that, then they decide to sell the factories to overseas companies that employ foreigners.  Sorry, no more employment for you-but by all means take on the equivalent cost of a mortgage to re-train yourself in a job we’ve already outsourced to India.  Suckers.  We’ve locked up people for life for smoking marijuana, shorter sentencing includes a free dose of AIDS for you as a bonus so it might as well be a death sentence, but now it is getting a bit costly to go after every pot smoker and besides we need more taxes so we’ll just nod and wink and semi-legalize it.  And we used to think it was a good idea to make the currency you were forced to use backed by something tangible but now we are just going to destroy the money so our only remaining economic sector, retail, will last long enough to allow our leaders enough time to strip the copper wiring out of the walls prior to setting the house on fire and moving elsewhere.

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And so too shall it be with future secessionists.  We will not see a repeat of Lincoln’s Colonial War ( obviously studied by King Leopold for use in the Congo ) in which an Industrial Powerhouse defeated a agricultural nation ( pretty much the definition of colonialism in case you keep wondering why I call the Yankees colonialists ).  Our industrial powerhouse, as unimposing as it is now, is nothing without the 60% imported oil we buy with worthless bonds.  Soon to be back up to 70% as the fracking fields implode.  Ask the British or Germans how easy it is to run an empire on imported oil.  We don’t have the infrastructure or the resources to win another conventional war as we did in 1861 or 1898 ( I believe the date with Spain ), 1917 or 1941, 1951 or ‘61.  Our industrial war model lasted 100 years and that was it.  In the next civil war, as long as the secessionists stick to forth generational warfare until they further erode Federal resources ( along the Viet Cong/North Vietnam model ), the federal government cannot bring its resources or men ( girly men and Girl Power troops as I have difficulty believing the majority of patriotic American troops will stay and fight for too long-most of the officer corps are political pussies, but not the ranks ) to bear as in the past.

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Herein lies the wonderfulness of the fighting in the sandbox ( with apologies to those that actually fought and bled, I’m speaking here geopolitically ).  The fighting was never about the oil supply as much as it was about the PetroDollar ( we had much better luck punishing Kaddafi for his flirtation with the gold Dinar ).  Libya and Iraq are not pikers when it comes to oil production, but their far better years are far behind them.  Iraq oil production never justified two wars and twenty-five years of occupation ( Kuwait’s production was worth the one war our allies paid for ), but keeping everybody on the Dollar was.  Without the PetroDollar, we can’t import oil for debt and it is basically as simple as that.  However, as worthy as that goal was, and I know every Volvo driving Birkenstock wearing greasy hair Hippie out there agrees with me even as they plaster a peace sign of the back window because if they didn’t they wouldn’t drive, the long war has drawn down the military as usual.  Manpower and equipment is depleted ( our Treasury was depleted long ago-see the above on the PetroDollar ).  The difference this time is that if our projected timing is right, they won’t ever get a chance to rebuild.

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Without veering off into that tangent ( see my article a few weeks ago on the projected several years only to industrial civilization crash ), you can see where even with all of our military sent home ( if we even do that-a quick enough imported oil cutback could leave many stranded-if local commanders don’t commandeer planes I could see a “equipment first” policy put into place as a sort of triage ) they would not be as potent of a suppressing force as our Dear Leaders believe.  Being an insurgent would be a very dangerous game.  At first.  But it wouldn’t be all that long before sections of territory are abandoned by the feds.  They are fickle that way, remember?  No amount of resources are too much to implement their will into law, until suddenly the cost benefit analyses changes and then any resources are too much and they conceded defeat on that particular front.  Now, don’t get me wrong, all of the examples given are further influenced by our imperial arch.  At one time, we had resources to spare and so certain projects that never would have been attempted were implemented on the whim of a minor politician ( or with less resistance from the major ones ).  But that doesn’t change the fact that our country has always been run as a business.

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One of the principle keys to winning this guerrilla conflict is bankrupting the invader.  Never expect reason or logic to prevail-but if the ledger books don’t balance you can expect swift action.  In most countries,  that isn’t the primary consideration.  But it is with us.  Don’t slaughter Sacred Cows ( their aren’t any anymore ), but go after the God Mammon and you’ll see serious reactions.  American’s elite will be quicker than most to give ground that isn’t profitable.  At first, they will attempt the old game of “incapable of change, resist fiercely”.  Until they change their fickle minds.  This is one of the reasons thinking One World Socialism is the guiding principle behind our leaders is such a serious mistake.  Our leaders are NOT motivated by ideology.  Money is their only source of concern.  Act accordingly.

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14 comments:

  1. That is why I chose a place that is borderline desert - just this side of being actual plains usually too dry for corn only intermittently wet enough for anything except beans, wheat, and cows. The specific parcels I hold are too wet and sloped for wheat, too small for cows, and too far out for most to consider residence. The area is too far north for comfort of even most NY'ers that come here working fro the border patrol (that great plains wind dont you know).
    If this place remains in the hands of the feds for long during the coming break up of the USA I would be suprised. It just doesnt produce enough without lots of oil inputs, and what it does produce can be shipped and bought from any number of closer places for less oil costs. No one here will have to starve though the diet will be mostly wheat beans and beef.
    The desert will be even better for getting the feds to disregard as its only real resource is the mines which are running out. However the desert is easier to control by controlling access to water and food so it can be a bit of a tradeoff. Here there is enough water and food as long as the population remains low and widely dispersed. I dread though, the thought that the feds might choose to ship in a bunch of urbanites after a natural disaster or economic disruption and insist that local governments take them in. As long as that doesn't happen before the fuel for the busses and trains gets too expensive we should be set here.

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    1. The issue of forced refugees isn't too problematic. They will most likely be stewpot filler before too long. Every family forced to accept them in their home, and forced to feed them, will have incentive to poison them or kill them in their sleep. If put in temporary structure camps, you could always practice your marksmenship.

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    2. Actually I think if they are forced into fema camps most urbanites would run back to the nearest urban area after the barbwire fell...

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    3. Pussy's gotta be pussy-fied, all right.

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  2. “but now it is getting a bit costly to go after every pot smoker and besides we need more taxes so we’ll just nod and wink and semi-legalize it.”


    Yeah, I think that's pretty much it in a nutshell James, but it's not going to work in these socialist shitholes where it's being legalized, because giving liberals more money to spend is only going to result in more spending, as would giving an arsonist more matches would result in more arson.

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    1. So true! But the liberal states are where the legal pot is ( I hate calling Nevada liberal, but as long as LV population votes the rest of us a colony, it will be. They just made private firearms sales illegal ).

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    2. That sucks big time James! I was hoping to leave the PRK and move to Nevada (Elko minion here) to get away from that sort of thing, but so much for that. Of course here in the PRK, we've had such a law on the books now for some time. I believe that previously you had to go to the police station and pick up a form to be filled out and returned to them upon sale. Of course, that was a while back, so maybe now you can no longer do this and have to sell it on consignment through an FFL?

      Politically, I sort of fall into a strange camp. In one sense I'm conservative and opposed to perverted political agendas (such as feminism, fagism, multiculturalism, etc). But more than anything I'm anti-government. I'd like to see all drugs completely legalized, and the police state and prison industrial complex reduced to nothing.

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    3. Most states worshiped as Free And Improved such as Idaho are just milder versions of California. Nevada is the same. You still get more freedom, a bit more than other states, but no better than the best ones which are all just Less Suck Ass. It is just questions of degree. I wouldn't visit Cali, not with a gun to my head, but I would move to my state of choice and expect little better than Nevada. I think our political views are pretty close.

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  3. Years ago on an anti-war website I read a strategy where you voluntarily live a life where you earn enough to get by and don't produce a surplus that can be taxed. I believe that the articles author was of libertarian bent. The more hardcore angle would be draw upon the states resources as much as you can. Hmm, I wonder if that's a commie tactic?

    Different Point

    I was listening to a permaculture podcast. The guys were saying that producing corn/wheat was encouraged by the bosses because it's easily quantifiable for taxation and working out what size population they can sustain. Other crops were not so easy to determine yields. A diverse permaculture "food forest" model? Impossible for govt goons to work out taxes on.

    Don't worry Lord Bison of flowing locks, I'm still stockpiling wheat. In fact, the good Lord blessed me with finding money yesterday that I used to buy a coke and with the change I will be buying 50kg of wheat :-)

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    1. Wheat-GOOD! Besides a cuddly 303 round, what else stimulates the nipples so well?

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    2. It gets better my friend.

      I was paid to deliver a fridge. It wouldn't fit in the customers kitchen so they asked me if I wanted it.

      Long story short I sold it for 16 x 25kg bags of Wheat. I haven't bought them *yet* as I'm getting the one's I currently have ready for long term storage. So end of the day I should be able to get 1 years wheat stocked & set up for long term storage for my wife and myself within a few weeks

      Additionally I scored a Christmas Bonus which I used to buy a Goal Zero Guide 10 with Nomad 7. Basically a solar set up to recharge AA & AAA batteries.

      I'm taking this as a "give me" from the Lord

      Merry Christmas Lord Bison and implore your Minions to keep the faith

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    3. A years supply of food has Warm Fuzzies written all over it. You can't do much better. And light to keep zombies away is sure sweet. Good way to wrap up the year which is proving to be dangerously ( in hindsight of course-don't worry, any day now ).

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  4. Manic Bisonian PreacherDecember 22, 2016 at 5:21 PM

    Lord Bison,

    Do you still look like John Holmes, or has age rendered your empyrean locks of hirsuteness asunder?

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