GHETTO CONTROL 3
There are a lot of cities here in the US which already are out of control. Detroit of course springs to mind, the city proper unable to fund critical services such as street lights, police and fire. It isn’t just that the whole place is financially ruined ( and no, Blacks didn’t run it into the ground even if they did help in looting the corpse, the domestic auto makers did ) but that anarchy itself has been unleashed. Oakland, California isn’t a place you want to visit in the day, especially if you are lacking in melatonin, let alone the night. Now, I don’t know what your definition of a failed state is, but I could equally point to either Nigeria or Detroit/Oakland as a place you don’t want to go on a visit due to out of control crime and lack of government control. New Orleans has a few tourist traps that are mostly, kinda sorta, safe to go to but I think you would have to be half mad to do so, about like the brainless morons offspring of the 10% going to college to major in alcohol consumption and getting a pedigree in power. We have entire cities no longer under the control of the proper authorities and you want to claim America is still a First World Country? Surely my good Sir, you belong drinking with the present generation of the cronies of Shrub.
Small towns with meth labs are another good indicator that the DC circus has lost control of their citizens. Now, I grant you, the war on drugs could be ended instantly with legalization and hence its continuation is a deliberate policy aimed at enriching the Injustice Industry, but that doesn’t change the fact that our fearsome drug czars always want MORE fodder for the profit machine, not less. Why would there be a deliberate hands-off policy towards mom and pop drug manufactures? It simply does not benefit them, not with power and financing through asset forfeiture too alluring to ignore. So I tend to believe that rather than WON’T, the Powers That Be actually CAN’T stop the manufacturing of said drugs. It isn’t lack of resources as LEO’s also Follow The Money and busting meth labs could make them the local undisputed real estate kings. Every bust makes them money and they have every incentive from job security to financial security to do so. Yet it seems as if they can’t find their ass with both hands, a flashlight and a map.
Just as higher authorities can’t control a cesspit of a whole city and Black Only Zones are never pacified, Meth Country has the peoples support a guerrilla movement needs to survive. I mean, come on. We are talking about Meth Heads here, about one percent of an IQ smarter than shrieking chimpanzees flinging feces at each other. They are certainly not smart enough to keep from getting caught from any kind of competent law enforcement, not when just breathing takes most of their efforts. What other explanation do you have other than the population as a whole condones their existence? Even if Joe Citizen hates them and their ways, he doesn’t go out of his way to point them out to the police until they get within explosives range, now does he? How much more support can you get for the idea that the consent of the coerced is only begrudgingly given under duress at this point? Granted, Prohibition was never privately cooperated with, but back then the average citizen might have been a peon but he had enough to be content. Now, the peons are far less handsomely rewarded for their servitude. Before, the Elites comfortably held power even if certain laws were flaunted. Now the power is flaunted as well as the laws.
I should perhaps belabor that point. A century ago, the rising tide was actually raising all boats. Never to the level the propaganda claimed, then or under Reagan certainly, but enough folks saw enough of a raise in the standard of living to have no issues with the Powers. They didn’t abide the laws they disagreed with but they respected the authority that made them. They agreed that even if they were doing a less than perfect job, a power structure beat anarchy. Today, there is no such agreement. Everyone not getting a VERY hefty paycheck from Uncle Sugar has zero respect for the reptiles living in the fetid swamp of DC. They KNOW they are getting screwed. Before, the screwing was soft and respectful. They might be peons but they were still seeing enough compensation for that fact. Today, the humping is unrelenting and painful, never a chance to heal from the last ass pounding. And we know it, even if it isn’t admitted to as some horses can be led to the water but simply won’t drink ( the Kool-Aid drinker who keep insisting ‘Murica will be great again if we just work even harder ).
Surprisingly, one aspect of the lack of control you don’t hear much about, probably because most folks are strangely still attracted to California for whatever strange reasons even Sigmund couldn’t fathom in the deepest grip of his distorted lust, that states suburbia is largely being abandoned by the authorities. Not just in LA but throughout the state. Whitebread neighborhoods as well as other colors of the rainbow. Not even remote terrain hostile outposts such as the old Appalachian redoubts, but right out in the open suburbia. Once again California proves the bellweather state, a microcosm of the nation as a whole. Poor sprawl surrounding Elite enclaves. Just like parts of the southern border, White forts surrounded by Latino crime, hostility and if not careful caught in the crossfire between the cartels and the few hardier souls of the local police or the ICE or non-Latino crime members. We don’t control whole areas down there. It’s actually amazing the authorities have as much control as they do, considering the swaths surrendered. That is from the systems wide welfare distribution. Which can easily be lost from various factors pushing our system off the cliff face. I opt for the surrender of the PetroDollar standard globally, suddenly eliminating half of our oil supply, but a ship this rusty and leaking can get swamped by different waves. Stop fearing a phanton FedGov and start fearing your non-tribal neighbors, as well as your gravy train being on very thin ice indeed.
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If you're interested in a putrid plastic poodle shooter I just bought this one for under $400. I've never seen an AR-15 this cheap and the reviews state it's a decent base model unit. I know it's not the Bison approved firearm but...ReplyDelete
As long as you use as a midrange sniper, not a submachinegun, this is a good deal. Only, literally, a few bucks more than a beat to crap Enfield or Mosin-Nagant.Delete
Yes, AR-15 is not a "rapid-fire weapon", especially if you need it to last. It's a self-loader that you should wait several seconds to stabilize and re-target before shooting again. It's perfect for smallish women or small-weak men who are recoil sensitive, or missions requiring the lightest centerfire rifle that barely works at 300M. This saves ammo, and might allow you to move away from the position of the shot you just made. Bang-move-repeat. Expect an acoustic auto-targeting array to find you right after the 2nd shot from the same place.Delete
Lots of hiding, lots of waiting, little shooting, silent exfiltration, are hallmarks of the mid-range precision rifleman who may be sometimes called a "sniper". I've never been to sniper school, but I am patient with warm clothes, digging tool, big Thermos of coffee, and quiet snacks. -pdxr13
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What? Patience and skill? Won't gear just do all that for me?Delete
Meth towns are the result of the economy switching to machines (in the 90's already, Wal-Mart was what Amazon is today).ReplyDelete
Meth is a way to extract what little worth there is that can be taken with a minimal investment. Which our system is all about.
Now the Wal-Marts are just another zombie. I wonder how long Amazon has.Delete
Amazon has a while - they diversified between physical items that require delivery (next spike in fuel cost will injure that aspect) and virtual items that you download from them like ebooks and 'prime' movies etc. (which will last as long as high speed internet will)Delete
as long as one or the other of those remains even slightly profitable and possible Amazon will stay at least somewhat in business.
BUT as the internet connections get unreliable, and shipping gets outrageously expensive Amazon will decline precipitously. Already places that offer 'ship to store' (cheaper than ship to residence for the retailers) are putting some dents in Amazons delivery business. Expect Amazon to make places some sort of 'delivery center partner' with local stores that they will also allow to set up online stores on Amazons site. And expect UPS, USPS, and FedEx to do likewise...
Then everyone will be going to the Post Office or local strip mall shop to pick up their packages that used to be delivered to their office or front door.
Damn good analysis! UPS already ships lower rate stuff to Post Office, PO to resident. But like retail receiving online items, a last gasp. Also, beware Amazon video sales. The last Star Wars was only at Amazon ( with insane price ) for a few weeks prior to RedBox. Only disposable income allows their high prices ( $4 rental verses RedBox $1.50-the only advantage is no pick up/drop off, a rich mans luxury ).Delete
Sorry, the $4 is the LOWEST rental. Star Wars was far higher. When "The Accountant" was streaming the purchase was $20, the rental $10!!!! $10 to watch for 24 hours, NO ownership!Delete
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having same hardware issues.
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