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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

to the barricades


TO THE BARRICADES

I happened across an article from Mountain Guerrilla, which was about the best I’ve run across there, on how The Detestables mocking and hating toward The Left is not only misplaced it is very dangerous.  In effect, Lefties are the only ones with a history towards violence and to marginalize that behind your Commando Computer, your heavy jowls jiggling mirthfully, is discounting the next likely enemy.  Now, Mountain Guerrilla belongs to the crowd over at Western Rifle Shooters and while I don’t discount that group I also don’t take a lot of it all that seriously.  They are militia and I am survivalist and while they might be spot on and 100% accurate, I have identified rightly or wrongly other dangers and concerns.  The two groups do have overlapping views but ultimately the destinations are different.  Theirs is a far less collapse-ish future, by and large, and while they are right to be concerned with warfare and insurrection, I’m far more worried about food and waterfall collapse with die-off.  They see long wars and I see a short period of conflict you can avoid by going to ground, followed by lifetimes of weak state/decentralized groups always at war ( but war on a reduced technological level ).

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Again, I’m NOT saying only I am right and they are wrong.  I’m merely stating that I’ve identified my favorite horse and have hitched my wagon to it.  Their horse is on another track entirely except for the occasional visit in a mutual agreed upon pasture.  But the article was so good, such a smorgasbord of food for thought, that I had to at least acknowledge the good possibility it could be correct.  The premise being that The Donald being elected will actually lead these deranged creatures to revolt.  I mean, why not?  We are on the rapid down slope of Peak Oil and economic collapse could/will occur any day.  Who is to say we will stay Empire Steady up until the very end?  Who is to say this isn’t as wrenching as the ‘60’s, sociologically?  Why does the gun culture have to be the one to initiate conflict ( not having done so at all ever since the first gun control pushes 80+ years ago.  All these reclining chair warriors seem to think they have what it takes to fight for their AR-15, when much stronger more viral specimens failed to fight for their BAR’s, Thompson’s or silencers )?

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Soro’s was mentioned as a possible agent provociteur.  A better financed version of Bloomberg.  Now, I am NOT offering a conspiracy theory.  I do NOT believe in the Trilateral Commission, the Illuminati,  the International Jewish Conspiracy or any of the New World Order crap.  Energy surplus equals centralization and energy decline equals decentralization.  PERIOD!  You don’t have centralization as surplus turns to deficits.  So let me ask you two questions.  Who used nuclear weapons?  Arab terrorists?  Or the US?  And who has used domestic terrorists to topple dozens of countries?  Arab immigrants?  Or the US?  These are not conspiracy theories.  This is history.  Every other government out there knows the US will nuke them if they so much as fart funny.  But they also know how successful domestic unrest can be.  So, while they won’t confront the US frontally, how hard is it to believe that other countries could easily be using Soros as a front man ( he wouldn’t even have to know-they just use his greed.  I have a hard time believing a rich puke just spends money because he can on social engineering.  I have a much easier time believing he makes more that he spends ).  A foreign intelligence agency with billions of US dollars it can use ( and must get rid of while they hold value ) to overthrow an enemy that will nuke them, how hard is that to believe?

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Because domestic unrest is simply home grown discontent/revolution.  It has no target to nuke.  I used to work for a crotchety old guy that was quite intelligent ( he was a medical doctor ) but had no problems reading and believing The Spotlight ( populists ).  He held that MLK was a communist run revolutionary.  You know, all peace and love in theory but social disruption, anarchy, lawlessness in practice.  Anymore, I wonder if he was on to something there.  The KGB could easily run willing idiots who were completely unaware they were being used for other more nefarious purposes.  So why couldn’t we be seeing a repeat now?  Is it so hard to believe? Why was there Leftist revolution in the 1960’s, a time of comparable economic growth, and none in 2000 when Shrub got elected? Foreign government intervention certainly seems plausible.  If it wasn’t economic destitution that caused revolt ( I’m certainly not saying the ‘60’s didn’t experience economic decline, just that then was much better compared to now and the worldwide demonstrations speak of coordination and an expense account ) then what other factor could it be?  The Soviets tried to undermine us from within then, in theory, and so why not now?

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They aren’t doing it from ideology or some Marxist revolutionary fervor but out of sheer survival at this point.  Not just because of the fear of nuclear weapons but also because we are showing little signs of letting go of our share of the resources and other countries need them just as we do.  As the pie shrinks more eaters fight for a bigger portion.  What makes you think that the US will retain control of most of the world’s oil until it is all gone? We are already rapidly losing control of the PetroDollar, and when that happens our economy is toast.  No imports means we starve ( fuel is food in the Oil Age-and we import the majority of our fuel ).  And so far, China and Russia have been very careful supplanting the Dollar.  Why couldn’t they speed things up if it was safe and relatively cheap?  I’m not saying this is what IS happening, but it certainly COULD ( or, can be ).  Just more fuel for paranoia.

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11 comments:

  1. Excellent article and it's the reason you're the best on field.

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    1. You're relatively new here, so I'll allow you to think I'm special. I few more years reading my drivel, we'll talk again :)

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  2. "I do NOT believe in the Trilateral Commission, the Illuminati, the International Jewish Conspiracy or any of the New World Order crap."

    Neither do I. I honest-to-God believe that these people are extremely arrogant and that they don't know their history.

    Keep up the good work.

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    1. Why learn history, which takes up too much time, when there is so much money to spend, right?

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  3. IMHO - The USA is the bread basket of the world. Petroleum = food especially in the USA farms. So long as that remains true, most nations will be wanting to make certain the USA has enough petroleum for that purpose (but not much more) if only to keep their neighbors from starving and attacking them. So I expect Russia and China to allow the US petro dollar to still buy oil, just in conjunction with their currencies (possibly in a trade unit 'basket') to give them a similar economic power.
    Of course that assumes they are both smart and don't want to have to fight all their neighbors (even if they themselves don't need the food) or that they don't have some way of supplanting the US food basket position (Russia might, China is unlikely, to be able to).
    It means a big economic step down for the USA but not necessarily a total collapse by itself.
    In fact I think that is exactly what is in progress now. The rest of the globe is wanting the US to come to the table as an equal to negotiate - but so far our arrogance has prevented that (next election cycle maybe we will have a choice for something other than arrogant blowhard for US president.)

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    1. You might be-and hopefully are-on to something. I just feel I need to assume worse case scenario.

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    2. Keep in mind that Argentina (I think it was them, it was a south American nation though) was a "bread basket". When their currency collapsed the farms simply exported all the food to Europe whilst people in their country starved because well because moar fat profits yo.

      The turning point came one Christmas when a young girl was interviewed by a TV station asking her what she wanted for Christmas. She replied whilst crying that she wanted to die because then her family might have enough to eat. As I understand it that's when the "elites" said "whoa! I don't like the ropes + Necks + trees = justice equation

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    3. Oh, longer term (a decade or two later) the power players will probably decide the USA has bled enough and they are willing to deal with starving neighbors should that happen, and THEN the final prop of the petro-dollar will be kicked out from under us. And I could be wrong on the time line - it could be that they are ready to kick that support out at any time, but it will require a multi-national agreement to do it.

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    4. The only thing to keep history from repeating here is the amount of guns in this country. They won't let us go hungry, so what is going to happen is not the same as before. No idea what it will be, of course.

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    5. You Americans have no idea just how unique a situation you have with the 2A. Other nations had similar (from memory the Magna Carta allows for open carry but it was written a couple of years before firearms were invented)

      Anyway, try to explain the importance of the 2A to a non-US citizen and they just don't get it. I have in the past asked how a Grandmother is supposed to defend herself from the angry Maori, or how a father carrying a baby is supposed to defend himself and his child from three thugs who bashed him and his baby as he walked down a suburban (true story - they mistook him for someone else then when they realised their mistake they said "f**k it" and bashed him anyway)

      Story time. In Australia a landlord hadn't been paying the mortgage. So the bank rocked up to the front door to evict the tenants (who HAD been paying rent & had the receipts to prove it). Bad luck said the bank you got to go and go right this very minute. The tenants said get fucked and locked the door.

      So the bank called the cops. The cops checked their data base. Whoops, the tenants are gun owners. So the cops said to the bank "Don't be C**nts and give 'em the week that they've paid for". Bank said "Nope out they go" Tenants said "we're not going" Cops said "They've got guns and we're not having a shoot out to evict people that haven't done anything wrong. That'd look super bad for your bank as well. What? Us laying siege & people dying for what?" Bank said OK. Important to note the tenants didn't mention or threaten anyone with their firearms. Just having a licence was enough

      To long couldn't follow Dingo speak. You negotiate with armed people, you issue demands to unarmed serfs under the threat of violence.

      If I were an American I'd move to a free state and open / conceal carry at all times. But not like those wankers who open carried whilst wearing masks into the Police station.

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    6. The 2ndAmmend is one very, very good reason to never move to another land in search of illusive extra safety. The other is tribe/culture. But having the option of being armed, at least in the end you can die like a warrior rather than a wimp, if you so choose. And you are right, lots of us take it for granted. Nice story time, BTW. Thanks.

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