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Friday, June 30, 2017

a four letter word


A FOUR LETTER WORD
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note: this is interesting although I've only seen it from one source and that is the "Economist" which is such a Bankers/Elite cheerleader rag it is pathetic, so take it with a grain of salt.  The global winds are driven by the temperature difference between the poles and tropics.  So if the Artic is warming the winds slow down.  Which screws up the northern jet stream ( the ocean currents seem to effected by the sea temperatures ) which might explain the very odd weather at times.  I disbelieve Gore Warming the most when the elite approve of it for their own reasons, so this is just a "interesting if true" tidbit.
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“Free” seems to be a four letter word.  Not just recently but pretty much throughout our history.  So when you see these semi simians getting all agitated over their God Given rights, when TrumpTards get all heated up over liberals trying to pack more towel heads on top of extra Latino’s, because evidently having so many idiots jammed into a country like India where people get to starve as a bonus of citizenship is a great idea to emulate,  you know that to join them is to invite trouble.  The population at large never cared about true freedom and it never will.  We already talked about how the only freedom you’ll ever be granted is via force, and today I’ll talk about how the history of this country guarantees that you will never receive support for freedom from the population.  Forget rebelling.  It is a suckers game.  The Hippies thought they had a shot at it, or at least the more radical elements such as the Black Panthers and Weathermen, but they were deluded.

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Don’t be deluded.  You are already optimistically deluded about the collapse being softly manageable, don’t compound that by believing the people want freedom and will join you in quests of liberation.  They could give two craps about freedom as a concept by itself.  Economic freedom, that is a different story.  As long as people are free to try to screw over others for profit, that is all they give two craps about.  Immigrants don’t come over here to be free.  No rational person ( which excludes most native born idiots who believe the hogwash force fed them-no one sees the irony in being forced to go to school where they teach you that you are free ) looks at our police state and thinks, hey, I’ll be free if I go over there.  You still must pay bribes here, they are just institutionalized, and you can still be jailed by crooked cops.  If you don’t believe me travel with five grand in cash and then when they pull you over, get really lippy with them.  Talk about your rights.  I’ll wager you a jelly filled donut you’ll get some planted drugs placed in your trunk and be charged as a dealer.  I double dog dare you, you think we are free. 

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Nor do immigrants come here because they believe some BS about working hard and moving up.  They know they can move up, marginally.  To management from grunt work.  If they are bilingual and drink the company Kool Aid they can earn almost twice the minimum wage!  Immigrants come here, despite the high price, because there is money here whereas there is none at home.  They don’t care if it is dangerous work, low paying work, drug dealing or welfare fraud.  At least there is something.  The alternative is living in a urban craphole and starving ( in American craphole cities, you don’t starve.  You might die from Black gangs, but you won’t starve.  For this, apparently, we are #1  ).  Back in the day, immigrants were willing to enter indentured servitude, up to seven years, and often working at Black Slave levels of danger, to come to this country ( now, you just worry about becoming a sex slave rather than working in a swamp chopping trees ).  Did they do it because they would be free?  Hardly.  The official regional churches had no problem micromanaging your life.  The immigrants came here to avoid starving.

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Does the Potato Famine ring a bell?  How about the French Revolution ( part of the whole time of peasant starvation thing Europe had going on over there.  Also remember that America was hoped to be a prison colony like Oz became.  Do you think Les Miserables [ pardon my crappy French spelling ] was about some dude escaping unjust imprisonment?  Sure, perhaps.  It was also about peasants starving and the partial answer to overpopulation by the authorities ).  You immigrated, took a chance on dying on the trip, took a chance on dying during indenture, then took a chance on dying battling Indians so as to get your own plot of land.  Land wasn’t about partial freedom like it is now, it was about farming to feed yourself so you didn’t die in the city from lack of jobs and skyrocketing grain prices.  Get your head out of your well fed Oil Age ass and realize food surpluses started around 1850’s or so as we began mechanizing.  Before that, food security was everything, not some vague highfalutin notion of personal liberty.

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Now, at one time, say during Stalin’s purges or Hitler’s pogroms, freedom from oppression might have been a selling point.  Immigrants gladly accepted becoming slave soldiers because they were trading assassination for fighting.  But that was just being less enslaved, less harassed.  Not really free.  Pre-Revolutionary War, citizens were not free.  Our churches were as unforgiving of personal choice as their churches.  And the States were theocracies.  After the Constitution replaces the articles of confederation, perhaps you were free from religious control, but the federal government still dictated your conduct.  You were a little less oppressed.  You went from local theocracy to state government.  God was replaced by government.  That isn’t freedom per se, but only by degree of rule.  Lincoln did away with any state sovereignty ( the fight being over economics, not freedom ), further enslaving Northerners as well as Southerners ( the South just had to live dirt poor as a colony for many generations.  They were less free than northerners, but Yankees still lost something in the process ).

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Wilson further enslaved us to a central bank.  Prohibition, alcohol edition, began the war on guns.  Actually, New York led that fight, as always a bellwether for tyranny, but nationally it took another twenty years.  FDR took away the freedom  to own real money, only re-gifted to us after the next depression kept most citizens from being able to afford it ( not to mention the real estate bubble being soft sold as a better strategy against inflation ).  Now, obviously throughout all this, there was some agitation to stop changing events.  The Tories preferred British rule to local rule.  The main bone of contention seemingly over whether western expansion was advisable or not, with the new local winning elite ending up profiting from said expansion ( just another genocide for profit scheme, but with White Serf’s added to the death toll ).  The Civil War could have been a major blow to centralized government.  But because of wartime “emergency” rule, neither side would have emerged as free as they had started-as relative as that had been.  The point being, while history written by the winners portrayed all as accepting the new régime rule, there was never unanimous acceptance.  But there was enough to win the day, and so with some certainty I’ll state that by and large, lack of personal freedom was accepted in return for treasure.  And if not for treasure across all classes, then for the freedom from starvation.

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Not always of course.  The Great Depression saw dangerous undercurrents emerge as famine in the form of severe malnutrition was unleashed by a swell Democrat that loved the Little People SOOOOOO much.  Ask anybody and they’ll tell you.  One of the elite ( Trump, anyone? ) who pretended to care so much he stole all the gold and gave it to the bankers and starved everyone, Stalin Style.  Just as Stalin starved the Ukrainians ( who want the Russians back in charge in exchange for-you guessed it-the freedom from freezing to death in the winter, because freedom doesn’t mean jack when you’re dying ), FDR starved the independent farmers out ( the smart ones returned the farm to the bank before their kids died from lack of money for the doctor ) through debt.  I guess if you are buying into the whole “FDR was a super stud” lie than that means you can never be starved out of your bank owned Homestead currently.  Oh, wait, what about that high property tax and unaffordable medical?  But the Depression starvation period was an aberration.  An ebb and flow throughout history.  Usually, in exchange for freedom from starvation, Americans have been nothing short of ecstatic to trade in any and all personal freedoms.  You’ll note that after the Great Depression, as we became fatter and fatter we have less and less freedoms.

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 All these “patriots” falling all over themselves to blindly support any foreign military adventure ( ‘Murica, love it or leave it, you non-jackbooted thug worshiper! ), bleating unthinkingly the public school propaganda about how free we are and about how we die for other peoples freedom, are the last thing from freedom supporters.  They are the shock troops of the Propaganda Corps, gladly supporting our suppression.  With friends like those, who needs enemies?

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12 comments:

  1. So as a youngster I decided not to stand for the pledge of allegiance. It was not out of protest. It was out of a uninformed patriotism. Is an unexamined pledge true? My mother got some shit, being a teacher at a near by school, but no one ever said a thing. It was like I was invisible.
    "Being forced to go school to learn you are free." Welcome to america. I can watch women be raped and killed on the internet, but the government tells me how many screws I have to put in a sheet of drywall in my own damn house.

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    1. Wow, I thought I was overly analytic-you started much younger.

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  2. Jim, this is why I was in favor of my daughter doing police work. Here in Kalifornia, the pay is great and in a collapse she will have the power to take what she wants to survive!

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    1. Well, good theory, except soon the polizia will be as targeted as in South America.

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    2. True. If she is smart about it (or you have any influence Anony 8:31) she should get a couple years experience (move up the ranks a little) then shoot for employment at a lower wage in a small town. Rural people tend to be more supportive of their Sheriff and Police departments, and are less likely to target them in the collapse.

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    3. My daughter wants to do college, then patrol, then detective/forensics. I try to talk her into staying in Carolina, which while a big city at least she has professional contacts from interning. Guarenteed jobs at graduation. But she is being lured to Sacramento CA with the huge wages ( staying with family for low rent )-I fear for her either way, but they do as they wish...

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  3. I was actually unaware until more recently that the cops could confiscate large sums of cash in such a way. A while back I took out a decent sum to pay my taxes over the next several years on my junk land. You always want to have a bank statement with you, and where you keep your cash, since if they were to enter your home, they can confiscate any cash that you have if they so choose. I’ve also heard that they can drain your ATM, but I haven’t verified this, so take it with the grain of salt.

    As far as the America of the past, at least you had far more space, with far less people, so you had more freedom overall by default. In a worse case scenario you could always head way out in the middle of no where, where no one would ever bother you again (Think the early Mormons). Now you really don’t have that option anymore for the most part. A pretty good movie that sort of details this is Far and Away. It was one of the few times that I actually didn’t want to beat Opie like a red headed step child. Europe had it quite a bit worse, the majority of the land being owned by the elites, so you were reduced to being a tenant farmer. That’s what the movie touches on.

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    1. You had to ignore the wretched romance with Nicole Kidman and the swarmy Tom Cruise thing, but it was a good movie. Even if they can't drain your ATM, they'll just freeze and take your account electrically, claiming you owe taxes or whatever then you must prove otherwise.

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  4. Come on James your another casualty of leftist brainwashing. Or your just getting old & mean. Respect your ancestors & remember everything you hate about this country is a tiny footnote in its history.

    The things you hate about this country is because you never got a break. Or to be more precise, because you never really tried that hard. I can relate.

    You have an interesting mind, the insights used to be quite impressive (human nature) etc. But now you just seem pissed. I'm not going to go back thru months of posts to find the source. Trump is trying to save your ass whether you like it or not.

    You used to be the Camille Paglia of Nevada.

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    1. NOW I seem pissed? I've been pissed my whole life. If anything, now I'm slightly LESS pissed. "Forrest Trump is saving me"? All this discussion and you still think who is President matters? Only to a the smallest degree, such as whether she decided to nuke Russia or not. Otherwise it is just the job of being the figurehead for the elite. My insights are still impressive, they are just getting further apart as there are fewer to discover. You know I only make this look easy.

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  5. An old man after your own heart Jim. Real short, but if you want to cut to the meat of what I’m referring to, it starts at the 0:55 to 1:26 mark. I’ll not pretend to be so noble. SS is all that I will have, and that’s if I’m lucky. Nine years from now when I’m 62, if it’s still around, I’m taking it!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Y1doWcfHOc

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    1. Hell, you know how I am but I'd never blame SS'ers from taking money from others, like this guy claimed his father stated. Corporations and the military get more, and they don't need it as bad. I'd be surprised if I ever get it, if the fedgov will exist in ten years, but I'll take it myself. It pays better than writing.

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