Friday, December 13, 2019

barbarians and civilization 2


BARBARIANS AND CIVILIZATION 2
Chances are, you are already the new barbarian, and don't even know it. You like guns, don't you? You feel like you should fight anyone that endangers you or your family, don't you? Remember, civilized folks have a professional army and police force to protect the citizens. Who are NOT recognized, certified, trained professionals. Citizens are NOT granted the right to be armed, by the order of the king. That is how civilization works. Each insect is assigned a task, and works at it for the good of the hive. Armed farmers or workers are not allowed.
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They are there to farm, or labor at other tasks. They are not there to fight. If they TRIED to fight, they would be endangering food production or vital strategic items from being manufactured. They don't know what they are doing on the battlefield. The soldiers are there to perform that task, and are equipped and trained for it. The above should remind you of a colony of bees, or an ancient society such as Rome. But doesn't it also remind you of the attitude of LibTards? “That gun isn't for hunting!'. Humping idiots.
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Idiots? Or indoctrinated city subjects? We are after all, at heart, an Agricultural Empire ( all the theatrics over oil is just to cheaply feed the workers, and keep them distracted ). The flatland, once insanely fertile, supports a huge civilization. So much food was grown ( did you know that by 1870, the majority of factory goods were farm mechanization tools? ) we could have uncontrolled population increases here, AND feed a good chunk of the British empire ( not that Canada, Oz and Argentina didn't contribute equally-but they were not nearly as populated as we were ).
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We are no where near as productive as we once were, grain displacing meat as a predominant calorie ( how much corn based sweetener does the average American consume, daily? ). Russia has surpassed us as the leading wheat exporter. We waste a good bit of corn in ethanol production. And immigration is bringing our population up far too quickly. What this has created is group conflict. Because groups do NOT wait until famine hits to become irrationally combative. It is a subconscious borg reaction to a reduction in surplus.
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Don't misunderstand, this is one of many issues separating the population culturally. A lot was manufactured in Divide And Conquer. A lot has to do with economic contraction. Food is a pretty powerful motivator. Add that in with all the other issues and it gets ugly fast. Look how quick all but the protected classes of the Deplorables ( crackheads, homeless ) have been administratively removed from Food Stamps. Add in job displacement and it isn't hard to grasp certain classes being the next famine victims. Obviously, you arm up. Quick.
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( Someone wrote-another blog, my apologies for not remembering-that on one day, Black Friday, more guns were sold than the Marine Corps has. It isn't a perfect indicator-most likely they went to families already well armed-but it is a pretty good one how outvoted the military can be ) But only the savages are armed, according to the civilized set. So the self-segregation continues, barbarians out of the city, and civilized folks flee TO the urban areas. See how the real estate prices mostly reflect this? It isn't JUST because the jobs are there.
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It is also pricing out the barbarians. Like the rich haven't been doing this forever. But we aren't talking about enclaves for the rich, who own their own police departments. It is now entire states, or at least the important parts of the state ( in Nevada, for instance, only Vegas and Reno count. You know, the spots with the best water supply ). The Blacks and Mexicans still live there, in the least desirable spots, because both were used to drive out the barbarians, and because robots aren't available to serve the master class. No, not master race. The chosen class, those that are civilized. Unarmed. Compliant. Respectful of banker authority. Employed in the wealth extraction industry.
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You can see how the Deplorables are delegated to the marginal land. The food desert Rockies are even celebrated by the better off Deplorables. Their military strategy is spot on-hold the mountains, for self defense. Too bad they also worship the Mammon and makes themselves dependent on it, living the soft marshmallow man lifestyle. Pretty sad barbarians, really. The depopulated grain states probably should not be a Deplorable destination-remember how the city holds the flatland. If you have few places to ambush, or retreat to, it isn't viable.
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The southwest deserts are not a bad choice. The Apaches did a reasonable job keeping out the Mexicans, and nobody else wants the dump. The South is in general overpopulated, with foreign occupation forces, but if you know your area of operations there are plenty of hinterlands available for use. Just beware the civilized folks down below. They are good for raiding, not for living among. The Appalachian mountains go all the way up through YankeeLand. Same caveat as the South. Texans overrate their freedom and independence, and their capacity to feed too many people.
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Distance is your enemy, without waterways, post-oil. But enough of that. Politics today are a good enough marker as to where you should relocate, if you are currently in a city and/or state run by communists. My point here today is that you are being pushed into a lifestyle of a barbarian, whether you realize it or not. If your area is defensible ( hills and mountains are your friend. Marginal soil can be built back up, just don't make the mistake of doing so in flatland. If centralized agriculture can be practiced there, you do NOT want it ), you can farm. But you're still a barbarian.
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And this is a good thing. City slickers blow monkey balls. Their culture is that of insects. They live this way, gladly, for their portion of soy gruel. Thank you Sir, may we 'ave another?! You don't want to live like that. You want freedom, guns and BBQ. But here is the thing. Stop wishing to vote for those rights. That is what pussies on their knees do. Begging. One day, if you are a barbarian, you are going to have to fight. Not against the FedGov, or your duly fed appointed local gov, because that would be illegal. But after the zombie apocalypse, against the city folk and their civilization.
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25 comments:

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    1. Perhaps the British elections offer us some hope for next year

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    2. If Morris Berman (author of Why America Failed, available on Amazon but come on, don't buy it on Amazon, buy it for full list from Barnes & Noble and by all means, choke down some horrible coffee and a sawdusty-tasting muffin while you sit among the fat, over-perfumed suburban housewives) is correct, Trump's function is hammer the final nail into the coffin of this country, the dying of which will be a boon to the rest of the world.

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    3. I tried to read that book. Couldn't do it. But, interesting observation. About the muffin, also LOL

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  3. I don't mind being called a barbarian. Had some guy that gushed about LA and all it's glory at me last night. He started by telling me that LA was the 6th cleanest city in the world. 6th cleanest city in the world and you still can't breathe the air? I asked. That is like being the 6th cleanest sheet in a cheap whorehouse.
    I then told him all the cities could disappear and I would hardly notice, but if all the country folk left, he would starve. That riled him up a little. His solution was they would just import food from 3rd world countries. Rather than point out the fact they barely feed themselves, I merely wished him luck with the running bouts of E. Coli and Listeria.

    He also ranted about the prosperity Silicon Valley has, I asked him to define prosperity when folks were living in the company parking lot because of no housing. He got mad and left, but personally I think the barbarians live in the cities.

    Once the collapse happens all their precious culture will be left rotting in a museum being knocked over during the daily rat hunt while those outside the walls will have a living tradition.

    Even the Bezo's and Branson's have plans to flee the cities. Just make sure you don't get swept up in their net of serfdom.

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    1. LA has great weather. But if you can't the cold, so does Hell

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  4. Bar.
    Bar.
    Bar.
    Barbarian!

    You got me rocking and a rolling
    Rocking and reeling Barbarian!

    - Stevelo

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  5. Of course this gun ain't for hunting! It's for capping Nazis!

    I watched that movie your recommended, "333 days after da EMP" or whatever it was called. The one sad part was where the inside of that neat old car got messed up with blood - think about your backstop, kids!

    I've done enough of the rugged-Master-Race-Individualist-rural thing to be happy taking my chances in the city, thank you very much. The truth no one will admit is that Deplorables like subpar land because it's easier to set up a meth lab there without anyone minding.

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    1. The Scots-Irish were infamous even way back settling the frontier, for crap land and disposable shelter. Also alcoholism and its effects on the family-but consider the source being uptight arseholes of the religious variety. The point was that it was a cultural trait tied into the disruptions back home by the crown, displacement from land. They were ready to move on as their freedom was threatened, not willing to give that up for a inanimate object ( house/farm, invested property ) that would act as a jail. Most American's would do well with that attitude, not tying themselves to sheetrock and stucco cells.

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    2. My place is concrete a hundred years old and there is only one libtard in the neighborhood. He'd be in trouble hee hee.

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    3. At one time, didn't concrete act as a modern day stick and stucco does today, butt simple and stupid cheap?

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    4. Yeah , also a butt ton stronger not to mention somewhat boollet proof.

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  6. Finally got my first check, made more than expected. I am making a extra $2 a hour for being a driver. The boss is also paying my extra overtime hours in cash (screw paying taxes). I noticed just how bad the food is in town. The fast food just taste fake. I've had a bad case of the trots, and can't seem to get full. I'm missing the wild game and home grown birds. The only good part of town food is sugar and fat.

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    1. Have you been part of the "nuke bread" discussions here? Two parts whole wheat flour, one part water. Spread on a ceramic plate. Nuke one minute each side ( I like 1.5 minute, flip, 1 minute-less moisture, more chewy ). Tastes like crap, wet cardboard. VERY filling. I started as a food at work, throwing full boxes all day. Yours might taste better if acorn flour added. Even if you have to buy flour instead of grinding it, and hence it doesn't taste fresh, it will still give you real feeling of being full, compared to "civilized" food.

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    2. I haven't had time to cook any at all. I do have 8 five gallon buckets of storage food in the van with a bed built over top. Keep some acorn and red wheat and cans ectera. I have been working from 8 or 9 in the morning to 9 or 10 at night. The closer it gets to Christmas the more they work me. I hate to say I been so busy I am eating Mc D and gas station hot dogs. It is such a system shock going from mostly wild game and fish or meat birds to eating Taco Hell. I only have next week and Christmas eve left. Then I will do maintenance on the van before going back to Ok. I am planning on a more hardcore 2020. Am going to try no store bought or storage food. Going to try all foraged, hunted, and grown by myself. Except for a butchered hog so I have enough fat this year. Also will try raising 2 pigs myself for next years fat and meat. I have really put on some pounds for next year, eating Ho Ho's driving around in the work van.

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    3. Well then, other than diarrhea, no worries! You are never full ( typical of anything processed now ), so eat more, so store more fat. You can get sick after X-Mas, get over it, then live a real life again. We've all been there, too busy and exhausted mentally, that frozen burrito's start tasting good ( gag! one of the first foods to go too cheap in quality to eat-even hot dogs held out longer ).

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  7. "We are no where near as productive as we once were, grain displacing meat as a predominant calorie..."

    Outside of teeny tiny populations you will NOT find any group of any size that ever got most calories from meat. Maybe some group consumed a lot of meat for relatively brief periods but no one, no where had a large long term functioning society based on animal protein.

    Where do you get this crap? Seriously. Maybe the Masai herders or Mongols but both are tiny and inconsequential.

    Also, US wheat productivity per ACRE (not total produced) has steadily risen since 1960 from about 30 bu./ac to 45 bu./ ac.
    And these increases occured as wheat was pushed farther West into even less fertile and arid lands as corn/soy paradigm ended traditional 3 crop rotation in better soils if Midwest.
    Hell, some wheat land not even fertilized just relies on manure from stocker steers that are overwintered on dormant winter wheat in OK & KS

    https://farmdocdaily.illinois.edu/2012/02/more-about-the-historic-patter.html

    You make it very hard to be a minion your Lordship..Too many "facts" you cite just plain wrong.

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    1. Look at USDA propaganda from the 50's, then today. Meat was pushed. The reason for that-surplus. Look at how much CORN is consumed, as filler, sugar, etc. Are you telling me that the Mongols, one of the largest contiguous land empires, was inconsequential? And what about Eskimo's with their traditional diet? Please check your assumptions that ANY one has the correct facts. We are all plowing through centuries of lies and propaganda, and can only hope to minimize the BS. Plenty pf folks, right now, claim the "facts" are Gore Warming. 'Nuff said.

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    2. Early man was inconsequential?

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    3. Furthermore, no need for me to "check my assumptions". I presented documentation and can provide dozens of other citations that back up my assertion re: wheat production.
      Measurements of commodity item production like wheat or steel or oil is not rocket science or mysterious. Its just numbers and a bit of common sense. No spooky woo.

      I trust in the idea of thousands of people reviewing data for 60 years and independently determining yield has increased (AKA the logic of large numbers and "stuff" like that).
      My bacon enhanced mental acuity helps.

      Where's your data?

      Raise & call. Show your cards 😎




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    4. Assumptions ARE your problem ( or mine, from your point of view ). We can agree on data, we cannot agree on the conclusions we draw from that.

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  8. Mongols? What did they CREATE? How long did they last? Their bloodlines and impact were absorbed quickly and thoroughly. What science or tool making or poetry or language or discoveries? Damn, might as well praise Tavarious and Domenshawn for shooting up a drug house in South Side Chicago if those are your standards.

    Mongols came and went inside of 150 years. Once they were outside of the steppes they we're eating wheat and millet right alongside the locals
    So what if Mongols leveled Baghdad and made a hill of chopped off heads? A pity really to think of all manuscripts and history lost.
    Like the saying goes...any jackass can kick down a barn but it takes a craftsman to build one..

    Anon 3:45 show me evidence. Early hominids were HEAVILY veggie eaters. Check out the jaw structure, teeth and musculature attachment points on skeletons. Hominids were only opportunistic meat eaters. Usually by stealing from real sho' snuff predators.
    Neanderthal might have had high meat diet during glaciation period but...they're GONE without a trace.

    I repeat, show me a large functioning complex society that created anything of consequence without a large part of diet from grains.
    Eskimos?....Christsake!

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  9. Man doesn't have the digestive system of the apes, to process all that vegetation. He evolved on a COOKED food system, as energy was diverted from the gut to the brain. It is silly to think they didn't understand the fat and energy advantages of meat over plants. Also, our social structure is that of group hunters. Our lungs and two legs were for running long distances. And that was not to hunt the elusive wild broccoli. As for Mongols, you confuse civilization with a higher form of delivering art, when it is just there to deliver extra calories. No one fights wars to have the leisure to write poetry.

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