Monday, March 11, 2019

maa guns


MAA GUNS
Over at Market Ticker, Karl can get a bit excitable at times.  Whatever miracle diet he put himself on, you gotta admire the energy it gives him.  Now, I don’t place much stock into everything he says ( we are supposed to be literally up in arms over industry wide graft? ), but he is a voice I never miss because as long as you dial him down a smidge he always has very interesting things to say.  Here is an article on marijuana and guns:
Something about a weed bill tying into gun control.  I read it twice and am still unsure.
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If the Republicans don’t kill a farm bill on marijuana, the Dem’s will outlaw guns by classifying all detachable magazine guns under the Miller decision ( ? ).  This is evidently the new Democrat strategy, the reclassification part.  I’m still fuzzy on the ganja part.  I usually like to read something, let it marinate, then later go back and clarify parts.  But here I re-read the article immediately and I just didn’t retain as much material. It isn’t really important.  The basic points made were food for thought.  Is gun control really as close as 2020? 
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Now, this is NOT a rehash of “Evil Libtard Dudes Are After Maa Guns” article that American Survival Guide was publishing thirty years ago.  Of COURSE evil centralized communist want your guns.  What?  They ever lied about that fact?  Straight from the horses mouth, yo.  Not that Republicans ever shied away from gun control.  Before Clinton, the worst blows came from the Reagan/Bush tag teaming us.  The basic problem we have as gun owners is that we bleat about rights but never do anything about them.  As a tag line over at Western Rifle Dudes just said, owning guns didn’t stop us from going communist.
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The biggest problem I have with Libertardians ( and keep in mind I used to be one, so this used to apply to me ) is that they insist on rights because they deserve them.  Because they are natural, yo.  But they won’t fight for them.  Some crazy old bastard who shot at federal agents so his kids wouldn’t be forcibly detained in public school has more of my respect than the entire Libertarian Party.  If you are not willing to fight, literally, for your rights, you don’t have any.  I notice we now have more home schooling rights than gun rights.
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Would there be a connection?  Look, I’m NOT calling for armed insurrection.  That is exactly what the government wants at this point, an excuse.  You never play to your enemies strengths in a guerrilla war.  Ever.  Never.  Let’s hear a bit of advice from a Warrior Liberal, author Stan Goff ( a bit wackadoodle at times, suddenly screeching about OOOh-Pressed women in the middle of an anti-war screed, but I figure he earned his silliness as a war vet ) in his book “Full Spectrum Disorder”.
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The dude that fought for Haitian independence from the French?  He was fighting FOR the French mere months prior to the revolution.  He was hiding in plain sight, and was waiting for the rains for malaria season.  He let Mother Nature strike first, then the mopping up operation went a lot easier, with a lot fewer casualties on his side.  He didn’t fight the enemies strength, but waited for his enemies weakness.  I want to believe that gun owners will finally rise up in rebellion after almost a hundred years, but I have serious doubts.  If you are serious, food first.
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Your weakness isn’t that you are unarmed.  It is that you are dependent on food from half way across the country grown with petroleum from half way across the world.  Your enemy controls your food supply.  If you don’t take care of that vulnerability first, your supply of ammunition doesn’t matter.  Do you recall when farming went Full Factory?  Right after Vietnam.  Farming had already mechanized over a hundred years prior to that ( remember how McCormick’s invention freed up more Yankee Bluebellies to fight for Puritan Profit? ), but now it is centralized where transportation is a larger component.
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The Death Of The Family Farm was about transferring power from the small farmer to the much larger one.  Now most farms were 1500 miles away rather than 150.  At the time it made sense, as it really decreased the consumer price of groceries ( where inflation was being obvious and pernicious ).  Yet, it is almost as if our leaders had learned the true lesson of Vietnam, which was that you must control the food supply to defeat the enemy ( the military learned even less than that, as they merely doubled down on all negative behavior ).
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And while we are back in Memory Lane, also recall during that period how the Leftist Revolutionaries of the time were controlled.  Anyone suspected of Un’Murican Activities was just busted for drugs.  Revolution was already illegal, but having a bad attitude wasn’t always leaving evidence.  But drugs did.  Think about how gun control has been using backdoor tactics.  I’m not saying that women don’t deserve to be beaten.  Most of them probably do.  Yet, it isn’t very gentlemanly.  Plus, they can now screw you on gun ownership for that little beat-down, no matter how justified it was.
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Hey, plenty of people of both genders deserve to be hung from a lamppost, but that doesn’t make it a good idea.  Hilary is still alive today only because self-defense isn’t always legal.  Same for all the people who want free speech banned and guns confiscated.  They DESERVE to die but it goes against your own interests to see to it.  You must be a guerrilla hiding in plain sight.  I know it is true that the time to bury your guns is exactly when you need them, but that speaks from a philosophical rather than a tactical viewpoint.
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Gun ownership has not stopped increased gun control for a century, because we refuse to use force to back up our natural rights.  So I don’t think suddenly requiring all magazine fed guns to be sold with a $200 tax ( which will require a year long wait for the paperwork, since the feds can’t even keep up a web site on health care insurance ) is going to incite gun owners to rebel.  Leaving your gun buried isn’t going to make a bit of difference.  But once you really can rise up in rebellion?  They will be waiting for you.
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We just talked about this not too long ago.  You don’t NEED a ghost gun if you just use your registered gun to rebel with.  But let’s be realistic.  How many of you will actually rebel and how many of you will remain a scared little pussy ( again, I include myself )?  This is the Clinton “ban” all over again.  Not a real ban but just insanely inflated prices.  If you are not poor, you are allowed to remain armed.  Just as throughout all of the last century of gun control, it is about poor people control.
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The poor are who did and will again fight the system ( think of the violent fights over Unions ).  The middle class, not so much.  They, after all, profit off of the system.  So if you disarm poor people you forestall any chance of your newly gained power being contested, which is why the New California Party ( immigration voted communist party, mirroring California now.  1% wealthy secure behind walls, surrounded by affordable Turd World labor units who are disarmed ), also known as democrats, really want gun control.  Which isn’t a gun ban but a regressive gun tax.
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15 comments:

  1. Following. It is all only reactionary actions by Nancys. Our Nevada legislature that must be over perfumed with estrogen by now, passed the mandatory background checks as their own scared kitten attempt to put controls on what they fear and misunderstand. Sheriffs who are also elected by popular vote-county wide, not in a gerrymandered district full of like kind freaks, are already saying "nope". Other state sheriffs are balking at more vigorous measures by their state gov't capitals that are like foreign countries to their counties. A non compliance will not make a law so, nor enforcable enough to be an effective law with any effects on a planned outcome. War on drugs as an example, no effect, Merica still getting high as all get out. The cartels, cia, urban dark ops leo, all getting rich-er. I tried my voting and donating pro gun as a youngin, but am economically and deplorably sidelined in my sphere now. It is kabuki theatre. Minionites that voted with wallet and armed up already and are in a good stasis position can actually stay on the porch and not overreact or spaz out over words on paper. Just let it all ride on like a new green deal, etc. It will speed up the collapse and follow on toilet flushing. STAY FROSTY.

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    1. Nothing is keeping minions from still prepping if concerned with gun control. I just spent a months wages ( a good month ) on ammunition. If I can do it, anyone can. That could have bought a ghost gun. But, prioritize. Roll the dice. Hope ones ass isn't showing.

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  2. I suspect the city folk will be the first targeted and the first to roll over, first to be victimized by the wrong people with guns. Strange, considering the cities are where you need a gun the most.

    It takes a special kind of stupid to believe my guns are a danger to anyone, unless you intend to harm me. Is that what they are afraid of?

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    1. These are the same people who disregard biology. Do not apply reason to their lack of reasoning. We fear what we don't understand, and they cannot understand anything due to being retards. Which is an insult to the Developmentally Challenged.

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  3. I’m not sure which part of the law that you’re referring to with regards to marijuana? But I have heard that here in Commiefornia, if you have a marijuana medical card, you are forbidden from owning firearms. Which has to be one of the strangest things that I have ever heard, since when was the last time you heard about some dude toking a spliff, and then going out and shooting up some place? Now, for a really good reward; say, such as 72 virgins, it might be worthy of consideration, since I don’t think you can find 72 virgins in the entire US :D

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    1. I believe it had something to do with growing non-THC marijuanna. For the industrial uses. Hemp for fabric, etc. But yeah, stoners are a bit too mellow for that law to make any sense, unless ANY reason is a good reason to disarm you so you can't go after Feinstein to Lamppost her.

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    2. Yeah, I think that’s exactly what it is Jim. They’ve been slowly whittling away at the 2nd amendment since 1968. As you pointed out, it now only takes a misdemeanor domestic charge, and that’s a lifetime ban from being able to protect yourself ever again.

      That’s one of the things that I found to be inspiring about the rancho costa nada book. The idea behind it was that the people that went way out there, did so, so that there wouldn’t be anyone around to tell them what they couldn’t do. I think that’s the best option that you can shoot for anymore. You’re not going to be taking on our militarized police force with their tanks, APC’s, drones (If not already armed, soon to be I’m sure) and robotic door bashers.

      Boy, you would need a mirror to slay that Feinstein creature, for she suffers from the same Medusa like effect as Hitlery (A direct glance would turn every portion of your body to stone, except for one :D )

      Speaking of unattractive liberal women, have you seen that Maria Shriver lately? Jesus F_ _k! I think that Arnold bailed out on that one just in the nick of time :D

      https://hitdawall.files.wordpress.com/2008/04/maria-shriver-bad.jpg

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    3. Hell, I'd probably still do her. I couldn't really decide without a boob shot. But Arnie, he can always afford better.

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    4. "...the strangest things that I have ever heard..."

      Well the strangest thing I have ever heard is when a criminal shoots up a school and then the american communists want to punish people that didn't have anything to do with it.

      As far as I can tell, everything I currently possess is mine and if anyone tries to steal it I am responsible for preventing that from happening. One of the things I possess is my life.

      So, if it becomes "legal" for strangers to take certain pieces of my property, isn't the natural extension of that, that they can take my life?

      If so, then where do I draw the line?
      I'm asking rhetorically because we each have our own line in the sand. My line coincides with the my real property lines.

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    5. "...not going to be taking on our militarized police force with their tanks..."

      Tanks start to stink pretty quick when all the occupants are shitting in their drawers because they are surrounded by hostile insurgents. IOW, they have to come out at some point. Ever play that game "Smack a mole"? Head pops up, head gets blowed off. People that were combat engineers in the army were taught how to dislodge a tank tread with a 5 gallon bucket worth of chemicals found in any walmart. Shove some white oak logs under that immobilized tank that have been saturated with tar and diesel and set em on fire. Now you got your own tank just like the one you always wanted since you were a kid! Just have to scrape all the long pork off the walls.

      Drones? Pffft. Did I tell ya about the dronecraft carrier we're developing? The model size version works on preprogrammed (coordinates) autopilot and is about 48" in diameter. It can deploy (24) 8" single purpose programmed drones and return to sierra alpha on it's own. Can you say swarm? What makes our drones unique? They are single rotor and that rotor is internal, thus, less problematic and much faster and maneuverable (better than 40g's). The tech was developed by Volvo for boats over 40 years ago. Several US military choppers have been using this tech for decades. The idea behind single purpose drones is the same as for the Japanese Zero. We don't care if they don't come back. After they accomplish their mission (or don't) they climb to 1000' and self destruct.

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    6. True, police tanks don't have infantry support. I don't know why I didn't think of that before. Makes anti-ops a lot easier.

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    7. The tanks that I was thinking of Jim, were those remote control deals, on tracks. They might lose a few, but they can still use them initially from the relative distance of putting safety between themselves and any perps (anyone outside of their organization). Who knows what kind of drone technology that they have, but I know that they certainly have, and use them, on a regular basis. If they’re not armed yet, they will be soon, as the police state ramps up even more as time goes on.

      But they sorta do have infantry support, in the form of the 20 dudes in full battle armor carrying M16’s and flashbangs to contend with (with probably a 100 more of the standard uniformed oinkers, close by as back up). I think that few survivalists are prepared to take on that sort of scenario, and it would be foolish to even attempt it. Evade and Escape; those are the keywords here. Living out in the middle of no where makes it harder for them to pull this crap on you, but there’s still Waco and Randy Weaver, so the farther out and more covert that you are, the better.

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    8. I was thinking more along the lines of your average city PD and its armored vehicle the SWAT guys ride around in to get wood. If you are living in a town big enough to have infantry support for that car, the population size itself will screw you. Probably need to research more along the lines of the Ireland Occupation.

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  4. Karl is eating a bucket of broccoli and steak. No wheat, but I bet he doesn't have a FLIR either.

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    1. Yeah, he had me at steak, but then ruined it with dark greens. But even without FLIR or PEZ he will probably outlive us all. Still, a rich bitches diet.

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