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Wednesday, March 11, 2020

burning down the house


BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE
No, dear god no, this is not a cute play on “Bern” as in Bernie Sanders. At this point in the Crap Show, I really don't think he could make anything worse. I mean, think about it. Every swinging dingus commie in Congress might WANT to have socialized medicine and free college, but once taxes take a serious hit ( it's called unemployment. Now, we can add in lack of consumption from no factories ), the bankers pass down the word from on high that the remaining money goes to THEM, and certainly not poor people ( perish the thought ).
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Also, keep in mind Obammy's health care. After the FedGov got done screwing me on the penalty part, then they implemented the Don't Pay Don't Tell. The thing was never about saving lives or health care, it was about a one time bail out for the bankers. Just keep in mind, that Supreme Court that threw Gore under the bus and okay'ed Obama Care are going to be judging your rights to own guns. Get them buried people. That is exactly why One Is None. And bury ammo while you are at it. Don't be a putz.
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If the socialist wet dream of Obama Care can get neutered, so can Bernie Care. Our system is not run by fascists or communists. That is the man in front of the curtain. The Oligarchy runs this show, and it is all about corporate welfare, socialized costs and privatized benefits. Bernie is not the solution, nor is he the problem. And as it looks now, no matter who wins, he will be pasty White, older than dirt and God combined, and a tool for the bankers. The only way the “two” party system is broken up is by pitchforks and torches. And by then we are Balkanized.
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No, this article is about Waco. Not because it was just the anniversary. I stopped keeping track of such things. Like the 4th of July, it is only a hollow shell of patriotism covering the iron first of the state, this mistaking victims ambushed as people fighting the power. Anyway, John Wilder wrote an article on Waco, and of course as my favorite activity is pissing in someones bowl of Cheerio's, I had to take the concept further. Ready? Here it is. We probably asked for Waco.
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Now, hear me out. Americans are a violent folk. I have no problem with that. Whenever some limp wristed taking it up the ass Nancy Boy politician comes out with some BS about violent video games being banned, I'm the first one showing up in line thinking perhaps someone should shoot the mother humper. After all, HE doesn't play video games, so he doesn't have a healthy psychological outlet for his aggression, and must be put down like a rabid dog ( I don't care for the games myself, but get good old fashion book violence. See, I'm cultured ).
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As a violent society, we LOVE the stuff. We cannot wait to employ our tools of war. Back in the day, in the growing phase of empire, this was natural. Like Rome in her early days, the warrior was a hero. And like her in the later days, circuses gave passive helpless citizens a vagarious outlet for their violent passions. Hollywood, no matter how much soy boy bowing it employs, will NEVER turn off the violence. That is their bread and butter. A passing bouncing boob might rarely be found nowadays, but the ultraviolence remains ( no matter how glittered up with-ironically-video game special effects ).
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Who doesn't love Dirty Harry? Who didn't love Reagan using his line against the Soviets? Why is Rocky one of the most popular Stallone films besides Rambo? Even decked out in florescent or pastel colors, with a nice soundtrack, poofy hair and a Diversity Is Our Strength cast, the 80's most popular TV was celebrating drug violence in Miami. How many boomer boys grew up on Westerns? Sure, it was Righteous Violence, not the anti-hero stuff that came later, but it was a healthy dose of violence held in awe. Violence is good. Not for its own sake, as often employed, but for a protected and well run society. Nothing kept me in line better than the threat of the school paddle.
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If war and violence are done correctly, there is LESS war and violence. The only issue is that it is rarely done correctly. Violence is NOT the problem, but rather the judgment behind its implementation. Now, I want you to evaluate your feelings honestly. Do you REALLY hate the overly harsh drug laws? Do you REALLY hate that most of a certain demographic is locked up away from civilized folks? Did you REALLY ever not vote for a more “law and order” politician? Did you ever REALLY disagree with the “nuke them all and take their oil” stance? Did you REALLY object to a helicopter dropping way too much explosives on MOVE in Philadelphia?
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The simple fact is that a violent country needs violent law enforcement. Do you REALLY disagree with the early and even recent Texas Rangers levels of frontier justice? Hell, people, we are burning with passion to RETURN to the days of frontier violence ( yes, there was LESS violence there, as the threat and ready implementation was enough ). How many of you REALLY don't want the cops to be more violent and less like lawyers? The issue isn't violence. It is who is the target. Be honest now.
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I am NOT a fan of federal law enforcement. Ruby Ridge and Waco are inexcusable. For the simple fact that LEO's attacked NON violent people. The level of violence was NOT the issue. If the mother holding the baby had been a criminal, even a non-violent criminal ( despite the commies plans, race is still not a crime in itself, and a White Separatist harms no one ), the sniper would have been celebrated. See, the LEVEL of violence is always used in protest of Ruby and Waco, but that was never the issue. The issue was always WHO was attacked. Non criminals. And if we look at it from that point of view, it loses a lot of its righteous indignation.
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None of us want innocents to be killed by LEO's. ALL of us want criminals to be violently suppressed. Yes, a lot can be argued for the causes of crime being addressed. But since violence is as American as apple pie and freedom fries, most people ignore the cause and focus on the symptoms. We care about combating crime, not doing the hard work of preventing it. And violence is our collective answer. So, to some extent, we should have known Waco was going to happen. It is what we all wanted. It is a price to pay for the society we support. How can we wage war but bitch about collateral damage?
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Now, we could debate for hours on this. For instance, a more professional police force would solve a lot of problems with innocents being targeted by college educated idiots who think they can be LEO's when their physiological make up makes them unsuited for it. We should be going for quality rather than quantity, and peace officers rather than law enforcement officers. But those ships have sailed and there is no returning. When societies decline, so do ALL their institutions. The reality on the ground is violence is the hammer that only sees nails. My point here is that we cannot help but reap what we sow.
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note: well, one good thing about the apocalypse.  No more douche canoes screaming down residential streets on Harley's as loud as possible, as soon as the temperatures rise above freezing.  If I had a small penis, I sure wouldn't let everyone know it by spending twenty grand. 
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27 comments:

  1. The New Rochelle quarantine should be interesting to watch. Cuomo getting a little taste of dictatorship in him will just encourage things in New York.

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    1. Guaranteed to be a circle jerk, goat hump and two monkey's humping a football, all in one.

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  2. Right Jim. I try not to be that individual porch board nail sticking up that invites a hammering down. The advanced society systems these days requires a more quantity over quality catch up matching of manpower forces with crime trends and civil society's make work program projects demands on the police/nanny department. Just like my vegas school district has half a dozen adult employees diddling with students every year, there is going to be cops shooting running suspects in the back or the hand cuffed suspect seated next to the officer in the patrol car seven times. Just a law of averages occurance probabilities there. Be the gray man and adopt the east gemany citizen behaviors and counter measures. New laws of the jungle in these new times for Merica. Stay frosty.

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    1. "Legends Of The Fall". Good instruction manual for dealing with out of control LEO's ( or school employees )

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  3. The douche canoes race the streets year round here.
    Cars or much of any traffic ( thankfully ) don't use the street at our house.
    When the shtf and all the machines are no more it will be mostly quiet...which is why Sounds of Silence makes an appropriate apocalypse tune.

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    1. Strange wildlife in FL. And they even give them week long celebrations. Bike Week in Daytona, then OtherColor Week. It ain't "what is in the water", it is the water is too warm.

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    2. Don't forget gay pride week over in Whorelando .
      Or redneck speedweek with Nascar. In conjunction with the 24 hrs of Daytona where all the really rich show off their exotic super cars...
      Yeah not a week goes by that you can't party like it's a holyday.

      I ignore it all in my very quiet neighborhood and stay home avoiding the crowds !
      That charity concert for the Bahamas,, we went to in December was the first time in ten years we got so close to Miami. Not a comfortable place ya wanna be...
      Specially now days.
      I'll just hang out at home thank you !

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    3. True, I think cold climes like north of Jims I-80 lateral as a demarcation line, generally where some shut yer ass inside cold weather keeps people from frolicing excessively like little dancing baby bambis in the warm sunshine. It will cause alcoholism, chemical dependancy, suicide spikes, but at least it is indoors away from the general public. Bring on the grand solar minimum ice age.

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    4. Spud-oops, forgot about the speedway. I kept far away from there, but the bikers get me awake most of the week, and the OtherColor "students" harassed everyone working retail. Basically, you just let them shoplift.
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      10:19-cabin fever sucked, even when two days later I went to work. But yeah, Other People fever sucks worse

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  4. david koresh and randy weaver - losers

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    1. Well, how about just folks who wanted to be left alone. Isn't that most of us?

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  5. Off topic:

    An email I just got from Grainger Industrial Supplies and Safety Products:

    "Grainger is closely monitoring the latest reports from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) and we are taking a number of precautionary measures for the health and safety of our customers and team members. Our goal is to do everything we can to help you keep your operations up and running and people safe during this unprecedented and evolving situation.

    • We’ve instituted a pandemic plan across our organization that includes health and safety protocols so we can continue to serve you.
    • We’re augmenting daily cleaning procedures at our facilities and have educated all team members on best practices recommended by the CDC.
    • We are working closely with suppliers to maintain the flow of product or find alternates where supplies may be limited. Like many, we are affected by the global shortage of pandemic-related product, including personal protective equipment, which we typically stock to well-exceed customer need–even in significant emergencies.
    • To put the challenge in perspective, over the past few weeks orders for safety masks exceeded our entire on-hand supply by several years, and in some cases, decades. We are working through this challenge and are leveraging our supplier relationships to quickly obtain available merchandise, but in some cases, shipment timing is still undefined.
    • Please understand we must prioritize orders to ensure customers such as the government, first responders and hospitals have appropriate resources to assist those impacted by this virus. All other orders are arranged based on Grainger inventory management commitments, contract obligations and order timing."

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    1. Years and decades X everything made in China. Well played, globalists. Appreciate the heads up. Biscuit for you.

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    2. You made me smile. It's always fun to get a biscuit!!

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    3. I try to keep their dispersal rare, to increase desirability. Plus, no more coming in from China, with the special poison flavoring. You thought that was only baby formula and dog treats? No, Minion Biscuits also.

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  6. Another off topic field report RE: Wally Wheat... As you may recall, I rec'd notice that my order that was supposed to be delivered last Friday was delayed with no explanation. Today, I got another email from good ol' Wally- "We're really sorry, but the items shown below were canceled due to a system error that kept us from processing orders." Does that sound like a seriously made up excuse, or am I just impossibly cynical? I may not be the most tech savvy minion around, but I'm calling BS on their "system error"... I also ordered wheat and some other odds and ends from the LDS pantry in #10 cans, lets see if the "brethren" have their shizz together better rhan Wally.

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    1. With Wally, yeah, straight up F U Charlies. They can't just say, oops, never order from us again because we are running out of crap. Well, technically, I guess that is an error in their JIT system. :)

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    2. James LaFond - https://www.jameslafond.com/article.php?id=12058&t=245

      "As of 3/16/20, Baltimore area wholesalers are placing a 30% cap on orders, with 3,000 piece trucks being reduced to 900 piece deliveries. According to my sources, most of what people are buying at this point there is ‘just junk” snack food and sodas, like they are prepping for a hurricane party. Also, home food delivery is a peak prosperity final stage of decadence gimmick to slice more of the retail pie. It is an entire step more fragile than the Just on Time media currency river masquerading as food supply. Let it die. Make something new."

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    3. I like Lefond, but he doesn't exactly live in a typical neighborhood.

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  7. We are rapidly approaching a decision point. Does this current administration have the cajones to declare a nation wide quarantine holiday ? Personally I believe he will delay. Puting it off until it is entirely too late...
    Even if they declare a quarantine nation wide. Half of the idiots will treat it as vacation time and want to go about their normal routines.

    Will our gov do as Italy did , and declare a moratorium for the duration on all debt ? Will they grant unemployment benefits to all affected ? Will they give out ebt cards to all in need ? I think not...
    Nope , the bankers are already waiting for their bailout. To use on grabbing up all the defaulted property for ten cents on the dollar...all the while crying about losing all that revenue.

    On another note , Six Bears in the Woods and wife headed back north to New Hampshire. Can't say that I blame him. Seeing how he is one of those prone to complications from this type virus. Wish him well, it's still winter up there ! Tho I'd sure hate to be stuck down here , a long way from his bug in location and supplies...

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    1. Our gov, our banker elite, the CEO's, are all stupid asses and will think this is just another profit point. They will do exactly dingus and squat, for the little people. Six Bears is smart. Hope all the minions are as well.

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  8. That's (as usual) a really interesting thought - law enforcement at the end of the Empire has to push harder as it loses legitimacy.

    The Boy (who is on spring break) and I talked about liberty versus responsibility. This figures in there.

    Now you have me thinking - which is always dangerous!

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    1. No, you bastard! Now you've got ME thinking. Professional police forces were mostly post Civil War. Plenty of data on Old West LEO's, not much on the city forces. Was LE always so violent, in this country? Does it tie into gun control? I agree that the equation changed as our culture disintegrated ( your cited lack of responsibility ) but I think we are missing something that far pre-dates that.

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    2. Most people have to work at being a bastard. I was born one :).

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    3. I'd wager you have way too good of a sense of humor to be a bastard. Now, any of our ex wives...

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  9. https://www.jameslafond.com/article.php?id=12089

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