Friday, October 26, 2012


God Bless the Threeper Who Sent Me This.

Dutchman6at Sipsey Street Irregulars- 2 hours ago
This put my SKS project well along in the planning stage. I am attempting a number of things with this project. I have been asked why, indeed, I am trying so hard to build another SKS, which are viewed by some gunnies as, ahem, lesser quality firearms shall we say.The first reason is that we are coming up on one of those turning of the tides and do not wish to have anything left undone. If I have the parts to build an SKS, then let it be built now. If I have components to put back ammo, then let that too be done before King Barack stays or goes.The second reason is that this wil...more »

Random Thoughts, Part Three; Militia Rising (or not)

Dutchman6at Sipsey Street Irregulars- 2 hours ago
So, late one night when the demented guy next door was hollering, I ended up watching an episode of Militia Rising, which claims to showcase "America’s Top Militia Forces Prepped For Society’s Worst-Case-Scenarios."Not really. The best groups never, ever go around television cameras. So I suppose Discovery settled for what they could get. There were three units of the "Watchmen" in this episode, one in Arizona, one in Indiana and one in Florida.Without knowing anything else but what was shown, these are my reactions: The Florida bunch impressed me the most, although why, oh, wh...more »

Random Thoughts, Part Two: FOX's Finest Hour

Dutchman6at Sipsey Street Irregulars- 3 hours ago
If Obama loses the election, it will be FOX's publication of the State Department emails that will have killed his re-election chances. We are now seeing is the difference between Benghazi and Gunwalker. Fast and Furious was run as a classic black bag op with informal lines of communication, command and control. The State Department has completely standardized ways of handling things through procedures that cannot be circumvented.

Random Thoughts Generated During a Hospital Stay, Part One: Mitten's "Movement."

Dutchman6at Sipsey Street Irregulars- 3 hours ago
I heard Mittens say on FOX one night that he had a "movement." Mittens has no "movement" that I know of, unless it might be a bowel movement he's referring to. What he has politically is a disparate anti-Obama coalition that couldn't agree on how to organize a two car funeral.He is only the nominee because, in spite of every so-called conservative opposed to him in the primaries, he is the last man standing. More to the point, this anti-Obama coalition will disappear with the election regardless of who wins or loses.The GOP elites, who foisted this candidate upon us, will belie...more »

Leadership and the One-Way-Radio

Arctic Patriotat The Arctic Patriot- 4 hours ago
The picture above is of King Alfred. Alfred saved his people from being conquered by insisting that people and towns take action to defend themselves and their interests. These measures held off invaders until larger relief forces could arrive. This is decentralized leadership (coming, as it did, from a Monarch) nearly at its finest. His leadership saved his people. I admire him as the great leader he was for his steps to push responsibility and the "ownership" of defense downward, whatever his other faults may have been.Read on... Sitting in a class/business practices me...more »

Still in the Fight. Back Home Now, Firin' Up the Keyboard.

Dutchman6at Sipsey Street Irregulars- 7 hours ago
Looks like we'll have the porch rebuilt with the help of an old friend by Saturday. If somebody happens by and sees me coming down the steps they'll probably think that I'm just returned from a fast commuter flight from Cap'n Tony's in Key West. My neighborhood nickname will probably be changed to "Lurch."*"You Rang?"*And for all you folks who tweaked me about "left leaning," I promise to put a new meaning to the phrase. I can now maneuver with walker and wheelchair ("weak side foot when going down the steps, strong side foot when going up") and I'm darn glad to get away from...more »

David Codrea: Rediscovered news account sheds light on Fast and Furious deception.

Dutchman6at Sipsey Street Irregulars- 7 hours ago
A two-year old news article about Arizona guns falling into the hands of Mexican cartels, that preceded the death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and the unraveling of government-sanctioned gunwalking, has been rediscovered by Attorney David Hardy on his Of Arms and the Law blog. The story was filed “[r]ight in the middle of the Fast and Furious gunrunning,” Hardy observes, adding “with SAC William Newell overseeing the operation.”

Links for 2012-10-25 []

- Charles Goyette ~ America Headed Toward Bankruptcy | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Charles Goyette ~ America Headed Toward Bankruptcy - The Three Strikes Law of Injustice | Gerald Celente Trends Blog The Three Strikes Law of Injustice - Hegelian Dialectic ~ The No. 1 Tool of the Illuminati Control | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Hegelian Dialectic ~ The No. 1 Tool of the Illuminati Control - Michael Tsarion Deep Down The Rabbit Hole | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Michael Tsarion Deep Down The Rabbit Hole - Peter Schiff: Gold to $5,000 Real Fiscal Cliff ...more »

Mosby: Escape and Evasion Operations, Part One: Planning Considerations

Ironwill IIIat Resistor in the Rockies- 11 hours ago
Escape-and-evasion operations are a traditional task of Special Forces in the UW paradigm. It is also a historically critical resistance operation. Much of the following section of this discussion will revolve around the doctrinal theory behind E&E operations, with much more specific details to follow in sequel articles. Read the rest here.

Janos on Rightful Liberty

Kerodinat III Percent Patriots- 16 hours ago
Janos explores Jefferson's Rightful Liberty. I would add a single caveat, it is in my personal "Code", if you will. Jefferson said, and I'll paraphrase, If it neither picks my pocket or breaks my leg, it is not my concern.In my world, I add: But once I know that one's *intent* is to pick my pocket or break my leg, (or that of my Tribe) I am morally free to strike first. And I don't do Proportionate Response.Here's the link. It is a good piece.KerodinIII

Spark Plugs

Arctic Patriotat The Arctic Patriot- 18 hours ago
Anyone else every have issues with newer model Ford spark plugs?They're weird, need a nonstandard 9/16" socket, and have a history of breaking apart inside the engine.Bad, bad, bad, evil, wicked, stupid Ford. *These marvels of engineering are two-piece, and like to come apart inside the engine*.I would qualify for an idiotry award had I broken one off, but I didn't- these plugs came out nice and easy. In two pieces.As designed.With part of it still in the hole.If you have an 8 cylinder Ford with the two-part plugs (mine is an '07), I'd suggest swapping them out for some ...more »

The Lady "Gets it..."

Kerodinat III Percent Patriots- 19 hours ago
Lady Hawkweed is one of us.Here.KerodinIII

Liberty is the only hope for Humanity

Kerodinat III Percent Patriots- 22 hours ago
One need only scan the headlines of Drudge during any given week to see the means by which Enemies of Liberty mean to enslave the Human animal in every corner of planet Earth.When one steps back far enough from a problem, you become able to see the big picture, rather than remaining mired in the details and minutia, the "Sparklies" that keep you distracted from the real issues.On Earth today there is a struggle among Men for control of the planet. There are four primary players. Islam. Marxism. Self-Interest/Greed (We can call this one Human Nature). Liberty.Right now, L...more »

Seattle Police Display Drones They Hope To Deploy

Ironwill IIIat Resistor in the Rockies- 1 day ago
The public will have its first chance to view the drone aircraft Seattle police hope to deploy during a 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 25) presentation at Garfield Community Center.Though a drone will not be flown at the community center, 2323 E. Cherry St., one will be on display and police will answer questions about the department's unmanned aerial vehicles, police said.Oh goody!Come

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