Thursday, October 4, 2018

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3D PRINTED FRAME UP 3
Do you believe that the Obammy régime empowered Blacks to attack Whites on a wide scale?  And that nothing has changed?  I do.  If you think I’m engaged in hyperbole, ask yourself this.  When Blacks killed several police officers in Texas ( Dallas, I think ) a few short years ago, did you notice even half the response from the public as, say, the recent Supreme Court nominee Fake Rape allegations?  The media cried out in righteous anger as if Blacks were being gunned down in peaceful protests if a Confederate General’s statue is allowed to remain standing, yet several cops were guerrilla warfared and no one said Boo.
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It is bad enough when 18 year olds are cannon foddered to keep the spice flowing, but at least the system itself didn’t force them there by gunpoint.  They knew the risk.  But cops do their job under an implied contract that they are preserving the peace for and at the behest of their local government.  For that same government to allow them to be killed for a social engineering goal, that is a grievous breech of trust.  So here is my question.  If the government will kill its own LEO’s, should you?
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The police are there, despite however many Bad Apples, to effectively protect you.  I know, their primary goal is to protect the government that pays them.  But indirectly, that means there is more order and peace so that your odds of avoiding contact with criminals is increased.  I mean, the water company screws you on your bill, but having sewers keeps us from dying of plague.  Sewers do more keeping us healthy than the medical industry does.  You put up with graft and inefficiency for a greater benefit.  Same with the police.  Even if you are in fear of them, NOT having them around would be worse.
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So it is no small thing to act against that lifetime implicit contract.  But if you remain docile and cooperative, you are going to jail.  And because Blacks are used as the shock troops against the Whites, a Free Pass to attack and kill as long as it isn’t in front of news cameras ( because we can’t have folks leaving that perceived safe haven of the suburbs and decreasing the tax base ), going to Black Dominated prison is by most means a death sentence.  You might be a Billy Bad Ass and dominate the food chain there, but I know I’m not.  I prefer my fighting no closer than bayonet range, thank you.  I’m too scrawny for shiv range melees. 
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But hopefully you can slip away without a fight.  If you must fight, I personally would consider it a fight to the death.  Because if you go to prison, most likely you die.  Then and there, or a few years down the road from AIDS.  But regardless, once you know you are going to be arrested, it is time to flee.  Then you need a REAL bug out bag.  A pre-collapse bug out.  Gold, cash, a pistol and traveling supplies.  You aren’t going to be living out of that bag, you are just needing a grub stake to get things set up in a hidden location. 
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You need camouflage.  Be a hiker or a biker.  That explains why you are out on a lonely country road, but live in the next state over ( ID is a issue.  Hopefully they just talk to you rather than run you through the system.  My encounters on bike with police-really early in the morning going to work-usually resulted in a cursory check in my bag and a glance at the ID, if that.  If you are in a car, the scrutiny seems far more intense.  But that was also pre-9/11, so… ).  If you look homeless, you will probably be harassed much more.  Of course, if you go the homeless camouflage route, be stinky and crazy.  At least then not have ID is more natural.  I just would prefer to avoid myself.
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By setting out on foot or bike, with camping gear at a minimum for mobility but also both useful and camouflage, you avoid planes and trains and automobiles.  And buses.  And all the chockpoint routes and other controls those entail.  I understand you’ll also stick out as a hiker on back roads, but the natural inclination of a criminal is to flee at speed.  Not mosey around at leisure.  You start out less conspicuous and less on the radar.  Have a money belt, and your weapon on you.  The bags are more prone to search and theft.  This isn’t perfect, and you might feel more at ease lost in the crowd of auto’s, but it is behavior less associated with suspicion.
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I normally don’t see much need for gold.  Silver will eventually be worth much more than its current purchasing power, and it is hard to invest that much in one marginal utility item.  But few things are as good for financial flight.  You need cash, obviously, but I’d have both.  Because you do not want your savings in one hundred dollar bills.  I think they will be banned soon.  Cops look at them with suspicion, and no one can change them at retail stores.  So you can only carry so much in cash.  Gold is the compact way to go.
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Few of us are so important to be on the governments radar.  This contingency isn’t so important you should go out every day wearing a money belt, armed to fight the evil forces of the One World Government ( although, could it hurt?  I’m being humorous ).  Just have a handy cache in one location of camping gear and in another a money belt stuffed with Twenties and gold.  You need savings anyway, and this way you know you can flee at will, pre-collapse.  A BOB for an EMP will do you no good as a fugitive, so these must by necessity be separate considerations.
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I used to discount this kind of possible plan.  Mostly because I have no plans for ever leaving the country.  This juke joint might be FUBAR’ed, but it is the devil I know.  But with the idiocy lately about bitches crying for a kangaroo court to convict for alleged crimes a decade or more back ( I mean, really?  Bill Cosby gets years in prison at his age, for crime that should have statutes of limitations?  Granted, I never followed closely and have little detail, but something really smells fishy here ), and now railroading Cody Wilson, I get the sense that these kinds of preparations make more sense than ever.
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“First they came for the Catholics, but I wasn’t Catholic” kind of thing here.  How long before it is a true Public Opinion Crime just to be a Constitutionalist, or White, or similar?  I’m not saying hermitage would protect you in that case, because they would nab you coming into town for supplies.  I’m just saying, who knows what crazy crap is going to happen next?  This kind of prep isn’t ideal, as you have no wilderness cache ready for you.  It is just the means to go get one, after you get there.  But it is just like having the money for a plane ticket to flee, just smarter.  As to what to do once you arrive, I think that is going to have to await another day.  I’ll probably fold that into a second edition Survival Hermitage book I’ll be starting soon.
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35 comments:

  1. If you ever have been fingerprinted, even going the homeless route will do you no good. Homeless have a much higher rate of contact with LEO'S than Joe Suburbia and if you have no ID, they can hold you for as long as they want until they figure out who you are. Remember, after evading authorities for years, Rudolph Hess was found rooting through a dumpster. Just saying.

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    1. Didn't someone drop a dime on Hess? Or am I misremembering?

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    2. Found by a deputy behind a Dollar General. Maybe a tip helped, dunno

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  2. Good post today. And while I hate cops, and have absolutely no sympathy what so ever towards any misfortune that comes their way, I’ll leave it at that.

    I’ve noticed for several years now, that the token excuse to take out anyone or any group that causes a burr under big bro’s skin, is the “They were diddling little kids” standard.

    I think that a quick and easy, lightweight bag, is the way to go, to get you out of harms way real quick. You should already have at least one cache in close proximity. Avoid all points that put you in the publics eye. Take a cue from the Maine Hermit on how to avoid such situations. Not only did he live in close proximity to many others, he was only actually spotted once or twice, in 30 years.

    If you’re already wanted, a cell phone with a removable battery has some potential. Install battery, make quick call, remove battery, and get the hell out of the area ASAP. Better yet is the low tech, Morse code only, ham radio that I’ve mentioned previously.

    I’d also like to make mention of the book linked below (No affiliation) that seem to recall being a halfway decent read.

    https://www.amazon.com/Wilderness-Evasion-Hiding-Eluding-Pursuit/dp/1581603657

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    1. We have a heck of a lot more mental illness than ever before, if only because the inmates were let out of the nut farms to free up hooker and blow money, but there is no way we have as many pervs out there as claimed.

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    2. “Rudolph Hess was found rooting through a dumpster. Just saying.”


      Yep. Same with Eric Rudolph. Which brings me to my next point. Pick a small town with no PD, such as the one that Kurt Saxon lived in. If spotted, this requires a call out to a distant PD, which takes some time, and provides an escape. In the case of Eric Rudolph, most of the town’s citizens would not have likely turned him in. He was caught dumpster diving by an actual deputy.

      And to be clear, you should not hang around the town, but outside of it, as did Rudolph, only entering when absolutely necessary, and when the least amount of people are about.

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    3. You are right, sometimes after 10 hours on 3rd shift, my mind gets a little foggy. I wish I could blame it on something better, like booze.

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    4. Only 10 hours? Lazy bastard! :)

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  3. As mentioned about tech being useful. Every leo from townie bumpkin to city tactical tom is highly trained from cross knowledge sharing of skills and info. Almost ALL contacts in person will result in a basic records check on you, or your vehicle. Even no i.d. verbally identified info is crossmatch with big brother's vast database, and had best match up. Failure to cooperate results in a 72+ hour hold for fingerprints and facial recognition checks of all other databases (even with interpol etc) Either by in unit computer or radio call in to dispatchers. Any wants, warrants, etc. Is a pinch for their statistics. Profiling even for whitey on a bicycle will get you stopped on a chicken shit excuse for probable cause. (Hand signal turns, lights on bike, etc) (happened to me bike exercising, and I am righteous cfp gun permit carrier citizen) It will be challenging to hide in plain sight mingling with walmart people for cover and smokescreening. It is as difficult being hermit in the hills, with nosey rurals snooping by nature. As a stick figure you'll stick out a bit amongst terrain, vegitation, and scarcity of distracting props. Plan accordingly.

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    1. Is needing a cause probable cause? Cops are getting to be as bad as lawyers with the weasel words.

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    2. That is for their justification should there be blowback by sjw types. Even beat cops are defacto lawyers playing the mental odds game and using system to squeeze blood from the rocks on the ground along your roads. They are not, not officer friendly.

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  4. "Go to the nearest state" - I'm screwed, I'm waaay down hard up against Mexico along Texas border. The nearest state border is approximately 500 miles away or a 10 hour drive. Not as bad as Alaska, but as far as deplaning the state - not gonna happen easy.

    It would be easier to cross into Mexico, but that would be out of the frying pan and into the fire. My name is hispanic but I don't look it at all.

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    1. You have a lot of wilderness to get lost in though, right?

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    2. Yup, but Border Patrol, aerostats (searching blimps) and not many roads really limits any isolated escape routes. Our area (RGV Texas) has a population of over a million, yet only six roads out of it. Border check stations (why do they even bother - catch and release !) - escaping North is tough, they even have traffic cameras for southbound traffic now.

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    3. I think I would be a little nervous there. We only have two immediate roads out here, seven for the whole county, but the amount of wilderness out there means that vehicles can get lost for decades.

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  5. Eric Rudolf's problem was that he did not read Lord Bison and did not have a couple tons of wheat stashed in the hills.

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    1. Alas, millions have much poorer lives from not basking in my deity level wisdom :(

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    2. For Sad Trombone, play this video:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQeezCdF4mk

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    3. You gotta hand it to Eric Rudolph though. He managed to elude capture for some 5 odd years. I think that Claude Dallas was running around for quite a while as well, before the authorities finally caught up with him. The difference being that Rudolph will never see the light of day outside of prison walls, and Dallas is a free man (He either had the best attorney on the planet, or had one hell of a beneficial legal loophole).

      Rudolph’s mistake was twofold:

      A. He should have waited until he was in his final years. Or...
      B. It’s a suicide mission, and he should have planned on not surviving his string of events. I suppose that there’s a C, and that’s to plan on living the rest of your life as a self sufficient wilderness hermit, but that’s something that I doubt that very many could ever pull off.

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    4. Dallas had a very sympathetic jury and almost went free. Weaver got lucky there also. Now, most jury's are so constrained and packed they are almost no help at all keeping you free. Dallas was also lucky to be a leftover from the violent rebellion years when normal folks still hated authority. Now, folks mostly shut up and tow the line and don't make waves, fearful of losing the luxuries. Weaver was about the last to benefit from juries. Witness the later McVay and Unibomber, after the culture shift and Jury Loophole Closure.

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  6. Some random thoughts...
    There are some homeless encampments in my rural county within and on the edges of the county seat. They are all close to a year-round creek, ponds, or the shopping areas where there's water and toilet access, on the transition from commercial to residential/ranch properties. They cause a lot of trouble from thefts, arson, fights, drugs, etc. Nobody wants them around, yet there are people with good intentions that want to help the homeless population and have set up a mobile shower bus so the homeless can feel clean and have self respect. Problem is, if you make being homeless successful, you'll get MORE of them. I've thought about this, and I don't think an otherwise normal person could blend with the homeless population. They ATTRACT law enforcement attention. If you tried extending the homeless camp out to a more private area (now on private property), you'd get reported the second you were sighted because they "know" you're trouble.

    I've done some long distance bicycle touring, as in 100-mile days. The thing is though, I had a support van. Even though everything was properly run with the support van, I remember the feeling of being vulnerable and living on the edge as far as food (even though I was getting enough) and shelter (we were camping at the same time). All I had with me on the bike was my wallet, water on the bike frame, and a small repair kit. Have you seen the self-supporting bike touring people? Pedaling uphill at 2 miles per hour, front and rear panniers loaded to the max, extra stuff strapped on at weird non-aerodynamic angles, and all spandexed out. You can't fake that long-distance touring look, and when the cops see you lingering in an area longer than a day, the gigs probably up because that isn't normal for a bicycle tourist.

    Maybe a better plan is to hike known trails (Pacific Crest, Appalachian, their offshoots, etc.), where it's considered normal for supplies to be cached, and play the friendly poor adventurer, trying to "find yourself" or some other such nonsense.
    Peace out

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    1. I like that trail idea. Sounds like a better way.

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  7. Forgot to add, a friend of mine met a guy on the Pacific Crest, who instead of just walking a stretch, was doing the entire Mexico to Canada. His story to my friend was that he was a computer programmer who just got divorced and it was his way of decompressing from the stress.
    Peace out

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    1. That should work until the first missed alimony payment sets off a nation wide manhunt :)

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  8. Hell disappearing sounds attractive and I not even wanted by the Empire yet.

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  9. "When Blacks killed several police officers in Texas ( Dallas, I think ) a few short years ago..." How about coming up with a credible link so we can put this through the Snopes Test instead of just flinging stuff out there?

    It's not that I disbelieve you.... but yeah, I'd like to see some evidence that this happened.

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    1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016_shooting_of_Dallas_police_officers

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    2. Mr. Carter - you don't remember the sniper that shot Dallas police officers who were protecting a BLM parade in downtown Dallas ? They later cornered him in a van where he was killed. Here is a CNN new link to the story.

      https://www.cnn.com/2016/07/08/us/philando-castile-alton-sterling-protests/index.html

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    3. Transporting wealth without causing suspicion.

      I wonder if platinum can be melted down and molted into objects that blend in with what you carry. Say - screws and bolts that bind back pack or other luggage together. They might search the container, but never realize that the parts themselves are the valuable item.

      Just thinking outside the box - not sure this is possible - ask your local jeweler.

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    4. I don't know if that is feasible, but it sure is a great idea if it is.

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    5. 10:32-I try not to judge those who hate watching the LameStreamMedia. Some stories are going to fall through the cracks.

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  10. Tip I got from a video created by an ex-narcotics cop turned narcotics advocate. Long story short. If you're arrested defecate yourself as officers don't want that stuff in their squad car.

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    1. If I could crap on command I'd be in the circus. Plus, overcoming the whole lifetime training thing.

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