Monday, October 28, 2019

ammo dump PA


AMMO DUMP PA
I had a caring minion take the time and suggest an article idea. Now, usually, these ideas are rather good. Most, alas, just don't tickle my fancy. I have to be motivated to rant, blather and pontificate. The best subject doesn't do me any good if my muse is uninterested ( another minion questioned me on my Wrong Gender use of “muse”. I was incorrect using the term as it was historically, rather using as it was more recently used in the last century in a non-religious context. Today it is used more like “subconscious”. Historically, it was a female deity ).
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Well, SHE liked it very much ( yeah, I like it better in a supernatural context. Almost as if Baby Jesus himself was helping a brother out ). The historic and pop culture ammo dump and how that might effect the balance of power post-apocalypse. I think, just maybe, someone got hold of my book “Forever Gun” ( in BBBno9 ) and liked the idea. If you recall, or if you don't, read the book, at the time of writing ( I'm pretty sure I serialized it on the blog, but darned if I can find it-four or five years ago ), rimfire was unaffordable.
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It was actually cheaper at the time to reload 9mm than to buy 22's. And if you recall, about the same time the government bought up billions of rounds of ammo. Much was made of it at the time. They are arming up ALL government employees to kill us all! But what if the government was just buying their Forever Guns? I know, it sounds far fetched. And I'm delving into Hollywood Lore here to make my case, so I KNOW I'm going out a bit on a limb here. Take it as a more far out conspiracy theory.
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But what if they actually do have guys like Robert Redford in “Three Days Of The Condor”? Guys with jobs which are to read unconventional sources to mine bizarre ideas. Don't you think DARPA does this from reading science fiction and nerd computer sites? Why not read all the post-apocalypse sources to get better ideas for running FEMA ( who was founded for Continuity Of Government, NOT to bring bottled water to idiots too stupid to poor flood water out of their boots )? I know, I'm grabbing hubris by its scrawny neck and sexually violating it. But I like the theory I was responsible, anyway.
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You know, I know, and even from his grave Ross Perot knows, that FEMA was never about safe guarding the federal government leaders so that they could reconstruct the government. I think they knew far more about nuclear weapons than they let on ( and still wouldn't admit even after Fuki ) and they knew the US would be hosed. They probably were just there to shelter the leaders in place and protect them. We couldn't build Politburo Playground Bunkers, as that would remind the proletariat how expendable we were, so they made up stories about how the surviving leadership would be there to guide us after the bombs fell.
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Nobody was going to be left to guide, of course, but the fiction had to be maintained, that we weren't complete idiots building a doomsday weapon just to clutch to our imperial colonies. Who wants to admit that we nuked the entire globe into species extinction just so DuPont and United Fruit had extra cheap commodities to buy to pad the bottom line? That would be embarrassing. Luckily for mankind, Russia ceded the contest and nuclear tensions ratcheted WAY down. What to do with all those top secret bunkers?
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Well, just as all survivalist writers drop the last danger and move to the next one, to keep customers shopping, the government just focused on the next Big Idea that called for protecting the President and his minions. After all, FEMA budgets were on the line here. The bastards in the CIA and sister services False Flaged the Twin Towers ( the first time ) and Oklahoma City, to get terrorism blamed as Public Enemy Number One. Militias were introduced as Exhibit A.
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But that didn't really fly, back then. Perhaps memories of the Black Panthers and the SLA were still too fresh. As in, Meh!, been there, seen that, not worth the extra “defense” spending. Not a plausible enough enemy to get the public work up about. Of course, the US military can NEVER afford to fight an actual nation state armed force. We can't even defeat guerrillas. Well, of COURSE, we could, if we wanted to. Just nuke them from space. Total genocide. Why didn't we, after the Soviets were gone? Who was going to oppose our use of nuclear weapons?
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But the reason the military is neither equipped or trained or willing to fight a real enemy is two fold. One, the military industrial complex is there to make money. Period. It ain't about defense, about offense or about common sense. It isn't there to protect the country from REAL enemies, but the enemies to its profits. And two, I truly believe our nuclear umbrella has already been allowed to decay to the point of near impotency. We just keep cannibalizing failing components, shrinking the pool of available weapons ( keeping weapons current, with warheads that haven't lost potency, using microchips we must import from abroad, is VERY expensive ).
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At some point, you have a limited response ability. We cannot afford to fight a real enemy posing a real threat. So we pick Pretend Enemies that have no means to nuke us. Which is why we are bombing Habeebs from aircraft carriers ( which are obsolete against other armies, but just fine for bombing our colonies who step out of line ). The entire point of the GWOT is certainly not to win ( not that we could, against Afghans, unless we played the Genocide Card ), but to expend munitions for the glorious good of the Defense Industry. And the bankers, who loan us a trillion a year to MOAB strike camel riders.
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The military doesn't necessarily firehose munitions because it helps in the safety of our troops. After all, military doctrine for a very long time is to get our forces attacked so we could find the spot to open up on with artillery. All these munitions being fired are oh so very profitable. Troop loss is secondary, if even considered past not upsetting a Congressman's constituents. Unless that gets in the way of that Congressman's reelection fund, of course. I stipulate to you that the geniuses wearing Stars And Bars never much learned past Napoleon.
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You might recall that long after repeating smokeless powder small arms were introduced, the Army was still quite happy issuing the troops single shot carbines. Sent out in small numbers, to save on the military budget, it was easy for them to be surrounded by hostile Indians, with slower loading weapons. No, military doctrine is not written to favor the actual fighting man at the tip of the spear. It was only incidentally that they are now equipped with mass firepower. Unfortunately, most people think that one, the military as a whole knows what it is doing and two, it chooses appropriate tactics.
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The cult of mass firepower, semi-autos ( it would be full auto, if allowed ), spray and pray and suppressive fire is alive and well. Rather than telling you how that is wrong, at least for the apocalypse, I'll explore how that doctrine will be used against us by the evil forces of FEMA. The organization put in place not to suppress rebellion, but to be the Praetorian Guard of the Empire. Continued tomorrow.
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37 comments:

  1. Jim, you're probably going to tire of my comments and questions, but it's your fault because you have me hooked on your theories. I don't even read Remus' highly rated Rawles daily, if at all. I do read Remus, though. Smart man, the kind that typifies American brainpower.

    So, you said that the 911 "something happened" matter and OK City were 'false flags.' I would like some sources. I just read that Brennan was CIA station chief in Saudi Arabia at that time and he signed off on the visas for the Arabs who enrolled in the 72 Virgins Airline school of how to fly but not land a plane. Somehow, Romney's present day spook, Cofer Black, was also involved. This kind of confirms "The Saudi's Did It" but to my knowledge nobody has proved a conspiracy by Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld. I mean, this could be a case where Atwood goes rogue without the CIA approving and gets a bullet to the head by Max von Sydow. We need Max to go visit Brennan, but I digress...

    Oh, and now for my non-germaine follow-up-to-post question:
    Can I find underground water with two coat hangers?

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    1. I focus not on finances or politics, but rather physics. Read any dissenting opinion by explosives experts to throw doubt on the entire OKC/911 events. You want detail on most of the rest? Try "Crossing The Rubicon"
      https://amzn.to/2pXcv6g
      As for dowsing, I think of all those who swear by it and buy it just enough to try it is the price is right, but that's about it.

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    2. Good book which I will try to find. Thanks. I watched a guy on You Tube doing the dowsing then he dug the hole and did the rest. Really fun to watch the guy. Bald guy with a beard. Knew what he was doing.

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    3. folks forgot that Terry Nichols (McVey's sidekick) reported about 2 years into his prison sentence that the did not use all the commercial explosives and some were hidden under his house. They could be traced back to who bought them. The FBI ran out to the house and dug up the floor and never released what they found. They probably didn't want them traced back to Eric Holder...

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    4. Ah, the FBI. Who ever would have ever thought they were at any time anything more than Hitler inspired secret police?

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    5. The FBI goes back before Hitler was even in his "Let's invent a non-alcoholic drink for the masses, light-filled and airy apartment buildings, and oh, let's play music on ancient German instruments" phase (as per Anton Kubizek) so it may in fact be the other way around.

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    6. Hmmm...I was going to say, "Mussolini", but then I searched to be sure and wouldn't you know it, the FBI was founded in 1908. I had no idea. What were they anticipating? Enforcement of the 1913 income tax? Organizations plotting against the soon to be founded Central Bank? Well, Hitler got eugenics from us, why not FedPolice?

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    7. Originally, it was known as the “bureau of investigation” Jim. They didn’t even carry guns in the beginning. That all changed under J. Edgar Hoover. Under his lead, it became a very powerful organization. Rumor had it, that ol’ J. Edgar, was a turd burglar, of the worst variety. Though I don’t really know that this has really ever been proven. If it were true however, and considering that that once fine institution is now pimping for the political party of unbridled sexual deviancy these days, that just might put a gleam in the eye of ol’ J’ Edgar’s ghost :D

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Bureau_of_Investigation#History

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    8. Bah, proof. We can't prove a lot of things like 9/11 or OKC or Hillary e-mails ( or, cough, George Washington being a elite whore, cough ). There just needs to be a reasonable doubt about the official story.

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    9. RE: FBI - they recently did an info drop about "the finders" (a child sex slave cult back in the 80's). In the report they released they had two pages about the child care centre where the kids accussed their teachers of molesting them and taking them to take part in satanic animal sacrices via a tunnel. The tunnel wasn't found so the kids obviously made it up (a few of the kids went beyond the call and tested positive for STD's but you know, all 60 odd kids made it up). The centre bulldozed a couple of days later. Well the FBI report says they found the tunnels, found pentagrams and animal remains and it was exactly where the kids said they were.

      For those interested chase down Meketours analysis of it (bitchute). WOW what a wild story. It's a 4 hour video but I've needed to take frequent breaks. Far out

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    10. And we can always believe the FBI. This time. Or, at least next time for sure. Are they trying to take the focus off their recent embarrassing acts of being Hillary Whores?

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  2. "Guys with jobs which are to read unconventional sources to mine bizarre ideas."

    These days you don't need people to do that. When "Condor" was filmed computers were in their infancy and computer memory was very limited and extremely expensive. Now, neither of those things is true and today's super-fast hardware and its vast, inexpensive memory permits machine learning to take the place of manual (human) scanning of that exponentially increasing amount of information. Ever wonder why so many printed volumes are being scanned into OCR format? What do you think is being done with all of that information that in days past had to be read through, page-by-page, by someone fluent in that book's language? Ever wonder why every bit of digital information on the internet (including your blog) is been vacuumed up by supercomputers and analyzed?
    So, yeah, it's entirely possible that your blog contents were read by a machine algorithm and flagged as valuable enough for some person to review and recommend as a policy decision.

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    1. And here I thought all books going digital was so that we could have a new Alexandria fire when the solar flare hit. :)

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    2. Anon, HA! Exactly. I was thinking that the CIA must be reading the Bison Prepper. In fact, they are reading all these survival sites so they can help the military when the time comes to round us up, or to help the government come for your supplies of food, and tax them. Or maybe to revise the Field Manuals.

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    3. "...a new Alexandria fire when the solar flare hit."

      Or an EMP event. The descendants of the folks who did that one possess the capability for a repeat performance.

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    4. Why not? It worked wonders the first time. Set the higher society backwards to level the field.

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  3. I got a copy of the book from Bezos the bastard used and free shipping for 6 bucks . I never did believe that okc and 911 were as we were told by the propaganda media . And the patriot act just happened to be waiting off stage . What a coincidence .

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    1. That's "Bezos The Beautiful Bastard-thanks for the funding, Sincerely, Bison" :)

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  4. Pull on those threads, always leads to more.

    With all of the digits and fake money created, the drug and arms smuggling money, the straight up shake down and extortion money, all are added to legit on books funding ofagencies and toys for the .gov kids. They are flush and overly equipped. Nevada has Hawthorne munitions depot, and W88 nukes at Nellis AFB. There is ample wharehoused goods to supply the "next" powers that be in charge after PA/Collapse. Our Minion mission is to self supply and hide out hermitage until some new bad ass authority stabilizes things, if possible.

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    1. We are jealous that the gov is a better Yuppie Scum Survivalist than we could ever be.

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  5. During the good ole days of cold war funding there was plenty of stocks of ammo and munitions that were literally blasted up just to use it and rotate out stocks. This in addition to huge amounts of give away stocks to allies, etc. The shrinking empire's power, resources, and redirected funding does not allow much cushion. Without j.i.t. transport it will all fold up logistically. Holding a sissy green zone ain't enough. The inventory in closets and cellars of fusa will probably out supply and wear down the other supposed superiorities of the empire forces. Unless death rays, terminators, NBC weapons are deployed viciously on malefactors, the goliath will topple over from the thousand cuts.

    "Got wheat?"

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    1. God point-just as I pointed out with the numbers of AR's in US civ hands, at least three times the total number of M-16's ever made, just in recent years sales. Not that they will help against any T-100's.

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  6. What is a low cost replacement for Rem oil?

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    1. I'm going to feel like an idiot, but what is Rem Oil?

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    2. Hoppe number 9. Demented Guy

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    3. Rem oil is Remington branded gun cleaner-lube. I think, imho, that Break Free clp cleaner is a higher performing (operative word, it is g.i. issued, so.) Product to use instead, available, and not too expensive. ("Remington 40-x" brand "bore cleaner" @4oz bottle, is a really good bore specific cleaner by the way, anedotally)

      Of note, procure in non aerosol containers for stockpiles. If the propellant gas seeps out over time long term, the spray can and contents are then junked. Just f.y.i. oh, and sure there is other johnny come lately products that beard boy operators got for free and swear by, but stick with what works and has been in play for decades.

      Peace out.

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    4. I'm using homemade Ed's Red cleaner. Equal parts automatic transmission fluid, kerosene, mineral spirits. ATF and lighter fluid ( I couldn't find kerosene ) are $3 a quart and I think the spirits were $7. Considering a single can of Break Free was $15, I like this one much better. Looking at YouTube vids, if a aerosol can loses propellant, remove the nipple and place an automobile tire air valve over the tube on the top of the can, pushing down. You'll need a third hand. Use an air pump to fill up can.

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    5. Rem Oil is a rather good gun oil. Hoppe's No. 9 in a cleaner.

      The best all-round is probably LSA, Lubricant, Small Arms. I *believe* the civvy version is what we know as Break-Free CLP which I see under the Safariland brand and other brands. It's about $10 for a little bottle but it's good stuff.

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    6. Jim - interesting on Ed's Red. I was reading somewhere around various goops to, well, unstick trumpet slides. If you've been in Band or have a kid in Band you'll be interested in what I found out. Things like Liquid Wrench and so on are only ... meh OK. There's a write-up online out there where a guy tried a lot of things and far and away, head and shoulders above anything else, was a 50/50 mix of ATF and kerosene.

      Now if I were going to mix up my own, and let's say I can't find kerosene, I'd probably try Ronsonol lighter fluid or Coleman fuel - the Coleman fuel's about $8-$10 a gallon and I believe is what they used to call "white gas" it's gasoline without all the crappy shit in it.

      Unfortunately, kerosene's getting hard to find and what they're selling to burn in kerosene lamps now is some kind of thin oil.

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    7. That's why I went with lighter fluid. I could go with gas station kerosene but I don't imagine it is as pure/refined as what the recipe calls for. Then, I have the supplies on hand and can just use straight ATF for gun oil. Simplified and affordable and in theory, from what many seem to be saying, superior. I make no claims on that, just that it seems to work just fine.

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  7. Keep up the great vocabulary , learned three new P words today (poliburo,proletariat,praetorian) if nothing else my mind is expanding. And please don't say I should have know the definition of those words, I'm from the public school system 😊

    2:48

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    1. If you're not into international politics, these words aren't exactly thrown around, first two. Last one, Roman, I believe.

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  8. "Remington Rem Oil is the most versatile gun oil you can buy. Cleans dirt and grime from exposed metal surfaces while displacing invisible moisture from metal pores. Also protects internal and external metal parts from rust and corrosion."

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  9. Speaking of Czechs-n-balances...

    I just finished another hardback novel:
    BREAKING POINT by author C.J. Box of noplace in particular, Wyoming.

    In it, a spurned Caucasian university student changes his heritage to chicano.
    Changes his name from 'John' to 'Juan Julio', and uses the federal racket to rise high in the Environment Protected Agents.
    All those years, his hatred of the co-ed he unsuccessfully pursued is simmering.
    Then he finds a sympathetic FedAg nudnik to loan 'the agency' some UAVs...

    Guess the outcome.
    Yup, innocents are destroyed.
    It's a good thing this's only fiction!
    (Box references a factual case of FedAgs doing something similar to a Wyoming family...)

    Box and his remote neighbor Craig Johnson (of 'Walt Longmire' fame) are among my favorite fiction authors.
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    If nobody else likes their writing, I guess I'll just drink a gallon of gasoline and belly-flop off a cliff into a volcano on some random xmez.
    Because I couldn't hardly live with the shame.

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    1. Your cop EMP novel recommendation was hideous. But, as I wrote today in next weeks article, it gave me plenty to write about. So it was well worth it. I would ask you to feel ashamed, but if you can actually believe it, a LOT of preppers don't love Lucifer's Hammer. !!! Yes, it is a mixed up world when folks don't agree with me. No accounting for it. So I know the feeling of your nuggets of wisdom being stepped on and smashed into the fecal and mud mixture. I'll still follow your recommendations, at least if I can get them Kindle Unlimited. Note-please leave the sarcasm to the professionals!

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  10. Rem Oil, not so great...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYatPkSJ_Og

    Anonymous 4:44 PM,
    It appears you're using my same sign-off. That's okay, but to avoid confusion, one of us should change. If you'd like to continue using it, I'll come up with something else, no trouble.
    Peace out

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    1. Don't understand what Anon 7:20 is crying about? I posted a comment and singed my name because I wasn't logged in. I'm Demented Guy.

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