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Friday, April 13, 2018

coasties protect food 2 of 2


COASTIES PROTECT FOOD 2

In the first part, I mentioned that the Coast Guard is protecting one third of all our refined fuel and a quarter of our oil imports from terrorists.  Well, they might be protecting the fuel supply from Muzzie extremists, but they will of course be end-runned by the very Deep State that controls them, and a false flag attack will be staged there ( although no real damage will be done ), and then the Coasties will be there to protect the fuel from the American public.  Who are, you know, now under complete lock down.

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I would imagine that at about the time our fracking fields Seneca Cliff, a false flag attack on Houston is staged.  Then, to protect the American public from itself, the oil is nationalized and rationing goes into effect.  Remember what I said about it was going to be about food control, not gun control?  This would be the way to do it.  And remember what I said about a failing system in energy decline cannot build new infrastructure but must use the old, no matter how inefficient?  Why do you think the National Guard is being sent to the border, rather than a wall being constructed ( I mean, besides the obvious fact the Trump is a state stoolie )? 

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And why do you think you saw mandatory health insurance, or that the mortgage industry is now insured by the government?  Privatize profits and socialize expenses.  The bankers aren’t asking for a direct bail-out this time, to prevent public backlash, but the insurance industry IS the bankers industry and by bailing out the insurance people you are bailing out the banks.  So when oil is nationalized, there will still be private profits, but the government will now guarantee those profits.  The failing middle class cannot buy the gasoline in volume, so get the government to do so.

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See?  This stuff isn’t rocket science.  The government uses its control over mortgages to keep housing profits artificially propped up ( since the bankers can’t lose money, just like pre-2007 ).  And by controlling the distribution and security of all fuel it can create price hikes and increased profits.  It isn’t just about the retail price of gasoline, but about every product bought and sold using energy.  If energy prices increase, food prices increase, making food far more expensive and then all the people selling food make more money which allows them to stay in business and-very important point here-pay back their bankers loans.

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And when food quadruples in price, far more folks go on Food Stamps, which requires their recipients to do such things as turn in semi-automatic weapons, or sign up for compulsory weight loss programs, or put in community service hours, or eat more vegetables or any damn thing else the scary Left people want.  See how easy that is?  Just by having our Hailed Hero’s the Coast Guard already in place to protect our fuel supply, the government is one step removed from controlling all your actions through Food Control.  How are you liking that centralized and industrialized food system now?  Were those $4 steaks at the casino worth it?

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Those closely of our ilk always lament the Soviet fabricated famine in the Ukraine, while all the while getting rigid wood over our free enterprise economy.  Yet, our food is controlled by a few companies controlling our oil and farms.  All that needs to be done for a Soviet style starvation is for the government to step in and take over control.  Or, hell, just start supervising, with representatives from the banking industry as the right hand man to that project.  Food might well be the very next banker bubble when the medical, fracking and housing bubbles pop.  Do you see how researching Peak Oil ties in, now?

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Here’s an alternate scenario.  The fracking industry has been in a financial bubble for some time.  It never made a profit.  All it did was to keep the liquid fuel for transportation ( just-in-time inventory, anyone? ) volume from falling.  But how about if the port of Houston false flag attack is allowed to succeed?  Actually reduce our oil imports ( which will fall anyway, as the PetroDollar is close to over and done ) by a quarter, and our refined fuels by a third?  Can you see the profits and government control in that?  If you can’t, you’re not an evil asshat banker.

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Remember how the quadrupling of oil prices in the 1970’s benefited the bankers?  The economy went from industrialized to financial services pretty darn quick after that, and money went from product profits to printing alone.  Money went from gold backed to oil backed.  It was all the bankers economy from then on, and the people paid the price by liquidating their assets and signing up for lifetime debt servitude.  The last ten years was just a heavily compressed time frame in that-it had been ongoing for near fifty years.

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Taking energy from relatively cheap to dear, once again, profit’s the bankers.  The government benefits, but the bankers profit.  Just because high energy prices crash the economy doesn’t really matter.  The economy is imploding anyway.  By sacrificing more of the peoples wealth, the corporations and bankers stay alive a little bit longer.  They don’t care if you can’t afford to commute to work, the profit will come from the government rather than workers creating profit.  Did Microsoft make a profit from giving away their latest turd of an OS?  Of course not.  The NSA paid them for each download, I’m sure. 

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Amazon makes it’s profit, in part, with Post Office subsidized shipping, and Free Rider Internet for streaming.  Companies are making money off the government, not off the dying class of consumers.  Now, yes, consumers will contribute some.  Electricity prices will shoot up, and even with heavy conservation ( my goodness, I trust as a prepper, you understand the coming necessity of energy conservation ) their bills will still rise.  Mo’ Profit!  You can only eat so much less, so Mo Money!  But the big profits are going to be from the government.  The Free Crap Army in the ghetto’s are pikers compared to the government money already going to the bankers and corporations, with much more in store. 

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Food control is coming.  You can count on that, regardless of the form it takes.  Communication control and gun control are less certain, but also less important, as far as that boot on your face.

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28 comments:

  1. Off-topic, but it's about enfields so I guess it's still okay ;)
    I came across a discussion here ( http://fnfal.com/forums/showthread.php?t=317790 ), about converting Carcanos to 7,62x39 (seems a good idea to me, in order to get a inexpensive, optimal survivalist rifle).

    I quote from the discussion : "
    The Chamber of a .303 , in its frontal area ( Neck, shoulder and part of body) is almost exactly the same as the dimensions of the 7,62x39...hence NO chamber reamer required."

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    1. When it is about Jim Approved Ideas, off topic is okay. :) Thanks for the link, I'm already experiencing tightening nipples.

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  2. When you try to enroll anyone in any school public or private, renew any licenses or insurances, acquire any medical or governmental services, you'll be required to sign form 7734.

    Form 7734 stipulates that under penalty of perjury with a minimum 10 years incarceration in a state prison that you do not possess any firearms or ammunitions.

    If you possess any firearms or ammunition and are therefore unable to sign form 7734 truthfully you will not receive permission to any of the items above.

    I've heard all the arguments against moving to a foreign country and mostly agree but how far into criminality must your native country descend before those arguments become the lesser of two evils?

    Northern Argentina climate is rather pleasant and the country is mostly vacant but they have to hang their calendars and clocks upside down.

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    1. Okay, say I finally don't care anymore and move to Argentina. The NOL is dependent on SS and I'm dependent on my writing for income. If that ceases while I'm there, I'm a bit screwed. If it stops here, I have more options and safeguards.

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    2. What if her SS stops or dwindles?
      They have internet in Argentina, though you might be able to expand your reader base if you learn spanish. ;-)

      If you're not afraid to use your mind and sweat a little bit I imagine your opportunities for income ar no different down there.

      I do understand what you're saying.
      There's that boogieman psychologocal aspect of living in a place that may be far diff from what you're used to, but I suspect fear makes that concern loom larger than it is.

      About the only thing I have in common with people in the US is that I speak the same lingo, but as the country browns further that may not be so. Idologically I have less and less in common with most people it seems, and nothing in common with this rotten assed gov't.

      This whole thing is just a mental fight of fantasy I play around with now and then, especially when I get severely disgusted with news items. Just abandon this shitty Titanic and move on....

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    3. I have paid for land here-a HUGE difference from moving elsewhere.

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    4. No, moving to a foreign country will only put you deeper in the do-do.

      Your not them, in color or language. And if you think that the rest of the world dosen't see the rest through skin color, you must not get out much.

      Besides, in almost all countries, other than the US, you can never own any property. The sightless whim of any native, who can pay off the cops, can have your place and you thrown out with no recourse.

      Than what? Your land and money is gone and do you think they'll even bother to toss you on a rusty old tub of a boat to go home?

      Handgun ammo is really cheap.

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    5. Thanks, said it better than me. Or is it, better than I?

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    6. @Easy, Increasingly I am not one of "them" in this country too. I am well aware of the racial pressure the elite are putting on all of us. My neighbor 2 doors down has owned some small acreage in Argentina since the 80's and goes down there for a month each summer. He's invited us to go this summer and we may.

      Not all countries are as racially pressured as they are here in the US.

      Seems like you 2 guys are succumbing to the propaganda taught since birth that US is good and all other countries are bad. But that narrative is changing before your very eyes and it's impossible to not see it. I'm looking to abandon ship before it goes under. And yes, we'll be heavily armed, as he always is, when we hit the ground in Argentina.

      If it looks favorable I may indeed purchase some small acreage far from civilization.

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    7. I am under few illusions as to how bad the US is in so many things. It is the case of "the devil you know". Even if land and guns aren't an issue elsewhere, I believe any US citizen will be persecuted in other lands. Especially in S. America with near two centuries of colonialism and exploitation and staging coups, etc. The mob mentality will kick in against you, no matter the friendly neighbors. Look at how the Brits fared in Rhodesia and similar at the end of their empire. Just saying, I can be a persecuted White here, or in a foreign land.

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    8. "Not all countries are as racially pressured as they are here in the US."

      And that's because they don't allow a bunch of foreigners into their countries. You want to see what "real racism" is? See how the "white" Latinos treat blacks and Indians like.

      YOU WILL STAND OUT among a nation of brown people that you will never speak their language like them.

      YOU WILL be the first scapegoats when things fall apart.

      YOUR FRIEND owns nothing that he can't lose in a second being a foreigner. Look up the laws down there about land ownership.

      Look at how often Americans build in Mexico and lose it all with no way to recover.

      But go live in your fantasy world that the rest of the world is some kind of utopia that will love you with open arms.

      Too bad your family will suffer from it.

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    9. Obviously, I agree with you in this, but I think you might be a bit harsh at the end there. This is still a viable strategy, albeit one I would never try. The farther away from Mexico you get, the more some of these factors are muted. Argentina loved her pasty white Nazi's, as long as they were rich. You might be welcome in Paraguay, again with money. Belize, being a former Brit colony, might have less feelings of resentment of Yanks. Panama, perhaps. After all, we gave them a country. I wouldn't trust Columbia or Venezuela of course, with our interventions. Brazil has always ignored us and gone its own way-unless I'm missing something from the last election which smells funny. My point is that our reservations apply to most countries but not all, or at least some have so few feeling of animosity you MIGHT get away with transplanting there. And there are valid reasons for fearing staying here in a crumbling empire. Imperial citizens ALWAYS get the wrong end of the stick. They suffer the most. Not wanting to be there for that is understandable. Not saying you or I are wrong. I'm saying it is possible to not be wrong by leaving. After all, we need a bit of luck to go with our planning just like an expat does.

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    10. I think a going expat becomes a much more viable strategy if you share an ethnic background with the natives and if you can speak the language, especially if you can do so without an accent.

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    11. Sure, but how many of us White boys is that?

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    12. Easy is being harsh, and very ignorant. Everything negative he has said in the thread so far has been supposition at best, and already happening here in the good ol usa.

      Look, I'm thinking about going down there on "vacation" and looking the place over. If I can find say, 5-10 acreas for $10k or less, a looooong way away from civilization then I might buy it. Consider it my cache dump that is frequently talked about here.

      If you people want to cling to this burned out hulk of an abused idea that has run it's course, knock yourself out. But I have a few good years left in me and my eyes are wide open as to options on how to do that.

      FWIW, my neighbor has the means, is a world traveler, and has been to Argentina many times and has owned property there for about 30 years. I probably wouldn't even consider this if not for him. I'm not looking to reduce my lifespan but I believe in options.

      Lastly, 40 years ago when I lived in Germany for 3 years I was stunned at how well the average German citizen spoke english. Students in foreign countries are routinely taught how to speak english. If I get my acreage in Argentina like I may I won't be doing a whole lot of talking to natives anyway. That's the whole point, to get the fuk away from people!

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  3. Jim go have a look at this map https://thevulgarcurmudgeon.wordpress.com/2018/04/12/for-they-know-not-what-they-do/#comments It shows a lot of ports as liberal blue. Now consider the U.S. Navy has what 200 nuclear powered vessels. Between food, power, gun control and liberal administration these areas are a democrats wet dream for control.

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    1. That ship count doesn't sound anywhere close to being right. It was my understanding the complete ship count was something along the lines of mid two hundreds. Surely the majority isn't nuke powered? Unless you were just throwing out a number for effect, which I understand. Sorry if I'm being too literal.

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    2. Slightly off-topic, but I can see these nuclear vessels fulfilling the same role as the turbo-electric ships once had : a floating, mobile electric plant. Especially if an EMP destroyed most electrical plants on the continent, while these vessels were somewhere else, on the oceans.

      http://futureforce.navylive.dodlive.mil/2015/08/electric-ship-propulsion/

      So they would not only control food but alos electrical power :)

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    3. Opps that is the world wide # not us. the US has all active subs and 21 surface vessels. Try finding even a ballpark # on the subs is impossible.

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    4. Ha! The number is double top secret for US citizens. Although China and Russia surely know.

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  4. Yes,technology and deep state controls are in place for manipulation of all of the mentioned areas. There is a.i. programs controlling wall street/finance manipulation to the n-th degree. Using lasers for even faster milisecond trade manipulations than even fiber optic high speed internet. Communication and gun control methods can be used to direct and steer the vast majority of people and to corral the outliers, they then becoming a non issue. Corporate macro food control is easy meat with the entrenched buearacracy in place. A phone call/command can destroy or wreck any business,industry sector,or uppity individuals or groups. Happy pre prep games folks.

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  5. before this article i knew there is, necessarily, a network for energy and food and medicine delivery but i had no idea the reins were so concentrated at the ruling end.
    it is going to be worse than the worst we can imagine.
    and then some.
    the Bible foretells it all.
    never thought i would see it in my lifetime but that was before the internet and high speed everything.
    the devil is gloating as human greed draws the reins of power closer and closer to being held by only one person.
    literally, all Hell will break loose.
    if we thought stalin and pol pot and idi amin were the worst, we have been vastly mistaken.
    you have certainly enlightened me. i am not the brightest bulb but now i see it.

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    1. I'm not the brightest bulb myself. I've just learned to simplify by necessity. Hopefully I keep doing it better.

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  6. I get the impression that ghostsniper would fare just fine in Argentina. Practically speaking, Argentina is a white European country in south America, so it’s not as if you are white, you will stand out, as you would, say in a place such as Mexico, where you’re just another “gringo” to them. The key is to fit in as much as possible. Plenty of Nazi’s headed there following WW2, and did just fine. As did plenty of “The Confederados” to Brazil, following the war between the states (Many people aren’t aware of this bit of history, but yes, many descendants of the southern confederates saw the writing on the wall, and left while the opportunity was still prime).

    Besides, the process of the US becoming a banana republic is already well underway, and there’s no stopping it at this point. You can leave, or stick around and become a gringo in your own land, where you will also have no political clout. I strongly feel that within the decade, we will be dealing with some draconian measures that would make some of the worst dictators seem like reasonable fellows (“hate speech” laws, and UK style gun restrictions are already a given, count on it). With regards to property confiscation, we already have that here, and it’s not going to get better over time.

    If I do stay here, I plan on dropping off the grid, going remote, and in all likelihood, severing my digital footprint. Maybe the Ham Radios (Shortwave) will make a comeback, and we can communicate with each other that way (Now that I think about it, Kurt Saxon actually had a short lived, shortwave broadcast series back in the 90’s).

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    1. Yes, the Rebels that left were smart, avoid Reconstruction, abject poverty, etc. The difference this time is that the oppressive Empire is on the downside. I guess I'm counting on the complete chaos of the petrodollar crash to run their time short. Smart move? Probably not. Which makes me no better than the Boomers hopping to die before the gravy train heads off the cliff. Kurt didn't really have a very charmed life, business wise. He got to the boonies of Arkansas with his initial profits and then it went to hell for him. I hope his last cognizant years went well for him-he deserved it.

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    2. I posted a news clip here a few months back. Last that I heard ole Kurt had been in a nursing home for a few years now. You wish a guy like that would live forever. I hope that he was able to afford the very best of care. For most of us, these will be places that you sit around waiting to die, while receiving shoddy care, and the last place that you would wish to end up. The ideal is the Jack Lalanne geriatric program if you can pull it off.

      By the way, I saw that you can get The Poor Man’s James Bond versions 1-5 as free downloads. I didn’t even know they went up to a version 5. I have versions 1 and 2 in hard copy, purchased through Loompanics in the 80’s.

      https://archive.org/details/KurtSaxonThePoorMansJamesBondVol5.pdf

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    3. Well, when you say the two ideas together, "Arkansas & quality senior care", does that even sound right to you? I do remember your comment, which lead me to mine just now. I wouldn't be this good without minion input! Thanks for the link-I don't think I ever went beyond the first two books.

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