Saturday, April 13, 2019

colorado citrus


COLORADO CITRUS
If Red Dawn were filmed today, it would be some CGI plotless story only concerned with action, and have a retarded enemy like North Korea.  Oh, wait…No, seriously, if it was realistic like the first one it would be full of Mexican guerrillas rather than White ones, and the token Whites would be PC Soy Boys anyway.  And the women guerrillas could bench press their body weight and knock out Deplorables with a single blow ( they don’t need muscles, with Super Girl Powers ).  This is after all modern Colorado.  Sorry, if you live there ( hey, I know Nevada isn’t much better ).
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You know what else they didn’t have in the real Red Dawn movie ( it pisses me off even having to admit they made the Sloppy Second one.  I think when Milius found out about that turd, that was what caused his stroke.  Remember, the film was delayed two years to change the Chinese to Norks )?  AR-15’s.  If it was made today, all the FemiNazi’s and Soy’s would be toting the plastic poodle shooter ( it’s a shooter made of plastic, not made for shooting plastic canines ).  No matter how inaccurate.
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You know I dislike the M-16 and its variants.  I dislike it a lot less than before, after research.  I understand its new attributes of affordability and universality.  I’m willing to admit its usefulness, even if few others will admit its faults.  As a consequence of its universal adoption, it could be a liability to some degree.  Not just because it is an underperforming weapon.  Not just because most people ascribe to it magical talismanic powers.  But because it is like Colorado Citrus.  It is a carrot dangled in front of the brainwashed.  Oooooohhh, looooook!  Implement of war!
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In Red Dawn there is a scene where the invader convey is stopped on the highway.  Upon moving back out, a box of supplies falls off the back of one of the trucks ( if Jeb had been paying better attention, he would have noticed that the box was shoved out while the truck was stationary.  It did not fall out as the truck jerked forward into motion ).  Food spills out, primarily oranges.  You can’t blame the bean and venison eaters from craving fresh food, but they made the classic mistake of hubris.  Worn down, they let their guard down.
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In come the attack helicopters, because in war against guerrillas the bean counters always lose out.  A military will use ten million dollar aircraft ( old school cost-I shudder to think their current cost ) and use several tens of thousands of rounds to kill one guy with an assault rifle.  If there are suboptimal results, a General could lose his job, after all.  Never underestimate the power of hookers and blow.  They will move mountains.  If your area of operations wins a push pin on the map, no effort is too big.  This sucks for you, but is also what wins the war.
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Which is where the hubris comes in, on both sides.  The conventional army thinks no force of earth can withstand their might, and the guerrilla gets cocky after a few wins against the Goliath.  Both sides are also always too eager to sniff their own farts in an enclosed area.  They buy into their own bullcrap.  The simple fact is a regular army is made up of idiots, in general.  And a guerrilla force, if used properly, is picking easy fruit.  Neither side is justified in drinking their own Kool-Aid, but guzzle it they do.
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The guerrilla gets to thinking that the enemy is retarded, as the victories add up.  Yet, the victories were merely the result of how the army was structured ( I’ll cover this tomorrow, the dumbing down of regimented tasks.  The military had to originate this, as casualties demanded the fast turn over ) and has nothing to do with the intelligence or more usually, the lack thereof, of the enemy.  But they confuse that even further with the belief that the enemy won’t become so desperate that they won’t accidentally try something smart.
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You need to think of a military organization as an insect population.  When insects only live for weeks, their rate of evolution is exponential.  No matter what poisons you throw at them, enough drones live and out of those alive the natural immunity will be reproduced enough times that the new threat is neutralized.  The military needs to evolve very quickly in war least they be defeated.  And they don’t have to be intelligent to evolve.  Just desperate and inclined towards our natural wont to survive.  They have even taken on characteristics of insect populations, from Hive Mind to rigid class systems.
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Material, weapons and lives are ruthlessly shoved into the breech, and this waste is not detrimental but rather a sharp evolutionary process.  Yes, rightfully we mock the little idiotic Napoleons for inflexibility, rigid thinking, traditionalism and Fighting The Last War, but the system works.  And has for the last eight thousand years or so.  The guerrilla needs to understand this accelerated evolutionary process.  Yes, the Generals are idiots.  Most lower enlisted men are the same.  The non-commissioned officers can be system lickspittles only interested in pushing the cannon fodder into the maw quicker, as career enhancements.  But just like with insects, the process trumps intelligence.
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Does this mean you are just as stupid, if you confuse your enemies abilities because you think you are smarter?  Eventually, the enemy hits on your weak spot.  And resupplying from the enemy is one of the guerrillas weak spots.  Who figured out to plant a box of irresistible food to draw out the Wolverines?  A combat vet who learned his craft on the bodies of his comrades.  It wasn’t the Political Officers, whose only job is to supervise results ( that does make them useful, although rather wasteful as they speed up the process ).
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Now, if you see today as a proto-guerrilla conflict, with Deplorables as the guerrillas and the federals as the enemy ( they also fund our other enemies, OtherColors and FemiNazi’s ), we need to look at our vulnerability insofar as supplying from the enemy ( not to try to sound Marxist, but we workers do have enemies in the banker/corporate organizations ).  Is your lust for battle carbines blinding you to how the government could be using the desire of acquisition against us?  Just following official State doctrine with Pray & Spray makes you logistically vulnerable.
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 To speak nothing of the record keeping of all mail order equipment, firearms records and the like.  This article was more of a Concept Identification.  I’m not sure if I’ll continue it. 
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9 comments:

  1. “You know what else they didn’t have in the real Red Dawn movie ( it pisses me off even having to admit they made the Sloppy Second one.”


    I guess I should know better by now than to even ask, but I guess they remade this one. I suppose I should just automatically assume that if the original was even semi-popular, then its been remade. MacGyver, Magnum P.I. and a multitude of others. The new Magnum series replaced the suave dude sporting the super mustache, with a “green card challenged” fellow, that I swear, bears a striking resemblance to my gardener from a few years back :D Also, Higgins is Y chromosome challenged (To those that were asleep in biology class; yes, they did a gender bender on Higgins; the bastards!)

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  2. Completely forgettable remake on Red Dawn. Only worth watching if free, and you are bored. And hate yourself.

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    1. You know, it was not up until about 5 years ago that I was even aware that there was a sequel to Old Yeller (Savage Sam). Yeah, it sucked, and this was back when remakes and sequels sucked far less than today. Its only redeeming quality was that it had Marta Kristen (The beautiful Nordic version of Judy Robinson from the original lost in space, not some race quota black chick as in the reboot).

      So far, I seem to be the only person that I’ve met, that didn’t give a shit when Tommy “The anal queen” Kirk, went “all Travis Coates” on old yellers ass :D

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    2. Hell, I didn't even know they did a reboot.

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    3. Tommy “The anal queen” Kirk
      sequel to Old Yeller
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      Jeez dood, you keep trying to destroy my childhood 1 square inch at a time.

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  3. Murdoch Murdoch yellow dawn is better than the remake of red dawn https://youtu.be/PIYK03eLKlU

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  4. Von Clauswitz had it figured out in 1800. Taking ground is easy. Winning a war, however, requires making the enemy so demoralized that whatever you want them to do is preferable to what you've done to them. You don't win by taking ground, you win by devastating their morale.

    It's even better for you if you devastate their morale before the first shot by making them weak mentally. Easy cultures don't make hard men.

    This was a really good one. You may or may not do take two, but this was a good one.

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