Thursday, September 30, 2010

SIPSEY STREET: Time Magazine Does Battlespace Preparation for Leviathan (and unwittingly does us a favor).

SIPSEY STREET: Time Magazine Does Battlespace Preparation for Leviathan (and unwittingly does us a favor).,8599,2022516,00.html "Locked and Loaded: The Secret World of Extreme Militias"  is full of the usual lying conflation of constitutional militias and racial collectivists. Funny, they don't consult Professor Robert Churchill who is the premier authority on the subject since his well-researched book, To Shake Their Guns in the Tyrant's Face. Neither do they quote long-time constitutional militia leaders like Bob Wright.

Without bothering to inconvenience themselves by interviewing me, they quote me nonetheless:

Regardless of what conscience tells them, what chance do would-be armed rebels possibly have of prevailing against the armed might of the U.S.?

One answer comes from former Alabama militia leader Mike Vanderboegh, who wrote an essay that is among the most widely republished on antigovernment extremist sites today. In "What Good Is a Handgun Against an Army?" Vanderboegh says the tactical question is easy: Kill the enemy one soldier at a time. A patriot needs only a "cheap little pistol and the guts to use it," he writes, to shoot a soldier in the head and take his rifle; with a friend, such a man will soon have "a truck full of arms and ammunition." Vanderboegh is hardly a man of action himself, living these days on government disability checks. Even so, when he wrote a blog post in March urging followers to protest the health care bill by breaking windows at Democratic Party offices, they did so across the country.

Comment: Yes one could say the Ohio Defense Forces are operating out of a 80's/90's outlook that is going to get their membership either stretched in the federal pen or stretched out in bodybags.  BUT if the beast sees we're not all pasty faced keyboard kommandos maybe some of their smarter trigger pullers will do some mental mathmatics and conclude perhaps that federal paycheck isn't worth all that much... if so then the ODF does a service to the nation.  If you're going to be public don't look/act/be ridiculous.


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