Thursday, November 01, 2012


SHTF Protocols: For future reference

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 1 hour ago
** ** *Additionally, New Jersey State Police said they have deployed troopers at all gas stations located on the rest stops on the NJ Turnpike and Garden State Parkway.* ** LEO SUV in the background. Link is here. Kerodin III more »

This Is What A Police State Looks Like - SWAT Evicts Elderly Woman

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 3 hours ago
This happened yesterday here in Idaho Springs, Colorado. Never saw or heard a peep about it on the news Pravda. In this case, U.S. Bank used a SWAT team to evict an elderly woman from her home. Yesterday a highly militarized police force arrived at the home of 63 year old Sahara Donahue to evict her from her residence of 24 years. She was petitioning US Bank for an additional 60 days to more »

Oh Sandy, II

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 4 hours ago
I hope everyone is watching the headlines from the areas that were hit by Sandy. If you had any doubts about how thin the veneer is between "Civilized Citizen" and "Me first", those doubts should be put to rest. Looting and fights over gasoline, even when FRN's are still worth something. The aftermath of Sandy, particularly how people conduct themselves, should affirm for everyone that commodities are more valuable than FRNs and even gold in a SHTF world. The S has not HTF in Sandy's wake. These are minor delays and inconveniences. In a real SHTF world, there will be no re-su... more »

Clearing Out Some Detritus

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 6 hours ago
These thoughts will not be popular. They will be criticized, flamed, and ridiculed. I expect and accept that fully as a consequence of posting my unapologetic thoughts and opinions online. They are not well-organized; I wrote them as they came. I expect and accept the "consequences" of that, too. Either will mean about as much (little) to me as the other. ***** Reading last night brought me around the world to many places, through many ideologies. I started in Evola's *Metaphysics of War*, read a bit, put it down. I went to Junger's *On Pain*, then to Yockey's *Imperium,* but ... more »

Removing the moral disincentive for American genocide.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 7 hours ago
Obama’s inauguration reverend: All whites are going to hell. *All white people are going to hell, longtime African-American civil rights advocate Rev. Joseph Lowery told an audience at a get-out-the-vote event held Oct. 27 in Georgia. Lowery, who gave the benediction at the January 2009 inauguration of President Barack Obama, told the audience of up to 300 African-Americans “that when he was a young militant, he used to say all white folks were going to hell. Then he mellowed and just said most of them were. Now, he said, he is back to where he was,” according to an Oct. 31 report... more »

David Codrea: Texas church bludgeoning shows no place is safe from violence

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 7 hours ago
A pastor of a North Texas church has been beaten to death by an assailant using an electric guitar, The Dallas Morning News reported yesterday. Rev. Danny Kirk of the Greater Sweethome Missionary Baptist Church in Forest Hill was killed and a church custodian suffered a broken jaw after their attacker rammed his car into the building, jumped out and went after them. It took the arrival of police to stop the attack, but by then, the damage to the victims had been done. more »

Kurt Hofmann: 'The guys with the guns make the rules'; anti-gun groups know it, prefer it

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 7 hours ago
And it's all an act. Every one of these anti-gun groups supports the power of government to enforce its will on the people through force of arms. CSGV is quite explicit about it, with constant demands for a "government monopoly on force." And CSGV, the distaste for "gun violence" implied by the group's name notwithstanding, is not the least bit shy about wanting the government to use that force. more »

The Melding of Rifle and Man

Rifleslinger at Art of the Rifle - 8 hours ago
*First of all, the rifle update:* *-505 Rounds so far.* * * *-12 Cold Bore shots- *I've started to notice a "shifting zero" phenomenon. I'm keeping track of things like when I take it out of the stock, weather, etc... I've also noticed in some dot drills that there might be some regularity to the shifting, which could point to me. I'll keep you updated. *-0 clean cold bore shots-* OK, there actually was one, but I lost the data in the process of killing a pigeon. *-0 malfunctions* * * *-The bolt is getting a lot smoother. *I'm a little closer to where I... more »

Are We Electing a Pastor-In-Chief?

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 9 hours ago
Theonomy Resources links to this article by Geoffrey Botkin, a former political consultant. Please read Mr. Botkin's entire article. I believe it is important. Thanks to Theonomy Resources for highlighting it. The article begins thusly: *I remember the first time I heard the political slogan, “Hey, we’re not electing a pastor-in-chief. . .”* *It was twenty years ago. Bill Clinton had just secured the Democratic nomination for president. I thought the phrase was simply another passing political fad, especially when I heard college girls trying it out on each other. They tried out ... more »

Links for 2012-10-31 []

- The Occult & Satanic Origins of Halloween ~ Bill Schnoebelen | Gerald Celente Trends Blog The Occult & Satanic Origins of Halloween ~ Bill Schnoebelen - Does The End always Justify The Means ? | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Does The End always Justify The Means ? - Warren Buffett : If the Market is Down, I am happier buying - Pat Shannan ~ The Hidden Power Behind Central Government | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Pat Shannan ~ The Hidden Power Behind Central Government - Hurricane Sandy a New Fukushima in The Making ??? | Gerald Celente Trends Blog ... more »

Liberty in my lifetime

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 15 hours ago
If I live to die of natural causes at an average age, I will live to see Rightful Liberty exercised in my lifetime. I have no intention of letting the next generation be responsible for doing the work we must do now, the work our fathers should have done then, and our grandfathers when they had their chance. I see many blogs in our community advocating that we should educate our children for the fight that will come in *their* lifetimes, after we are gone. I say: Bunk. If we hand to the next generation an America void of Rightful Liberty, I will consider my life to have been w... more »

Crook, The Zombie Cat

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 18 hours ago
Here is another picture of Crook, the zombie cat. Crook, we are finding out, is half-zombie. I thought the picture was fitting, considering today is Samhain, and in a waning moon cycle, to boot. more »

Great LED headlamp: Petzl Tikka Plus 2

One of the first recommendations I made when first writing about urban survival was how great headlamps are. Though they are more commonly used for hiking, climbing and cave exploration, the ability to have both hands free makes a big difference. Even though “tactical” lights have their place and a small LED light can be invaluable, one thing I learned from my years of irregular electrical power supply was that when the lights go out frequently you just have to get on with your life in spite of it. This means preparing food, washing the dishes, cleaning, working, fixing stuff, and ... more »

Nice to know that nothing has changed in Africa, huh, Hillary?

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 22 hours ago
From the Daily Mail comes the news: Britain and Ireland suspend aid to Uganda after £10m of funding ends up in Prime Minister’s account. And if that has you shaking your head, check out this information about your own tax dollars at work: *Uganda is a regular recipient of American foreign aid. USAID, the State Department subdivision that administers foreign aid, reports that Uganda received $431.2 million in aid in 2008; $416.9 million in 2009; and an estimated $456.8 million in 2010. Requested disbursements for 2011 total $480.3 million.* How much of that do you figure got skimm... more »

Yellow Belt Karate Gal kicks the snot out of Intruder

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 22 hours ago
Jannine Ramirez in California returned home to the apartment she shares with her mother, and found a guy in the bathroom. He had no business in her bathroom. So, she kicked him out of the bathroom and kept kicking him until he was out of the apartment. Now, I can promise this to you: A yellow belt in any martial art does not have the martial skills to kick an intruder out of an apartment, even if he is 10 years old. But Jannine Ramirez had it *in her heart* to kick an intruder from her apartment. The lesson is simple: Tools and skills are useless if you refuse to use them. A... more »

Grasshoppers blame ants for their own unpreparedness. "Tempers flare in NJ city where thousands stranded."

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 22 hours ago
*"Feed me, Seymour, and feed me now!"* You'd better get some pizzas in there, Barack. *HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) — Officials in the city of Hoboken, N.J., are defending their response to severe flooding from superstorm Sandy. Public Safety director Jon Tooke says at least 25 percent of the city on the Hudson River across from Manhattan remains under water. He estimates at least 20,000 people are stranded and says most are being encouraged to shelter in place until floodwaters recede. Tempers flared Wednesday morning outside City Hall as some residents complained the city was slow to get... more »

We hear you, collectivist butthead, we just no longer pay attention to you, or believe the statist pap you deal out. Where were you on Fast and Furious? Where are you on Benghazi?

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 22 hours ago
PBS News Co-anchor Frets about loss of Major Network News Influence *A fragmented nation and a fragmented audience for news is making the country more difficult to govern, PBS News Hour co-anchor Jeffrey Brown said during a weekend talk at Western Washington University.* A generation ago, before cable news channels and internet news sources, most people got their news from the same small collection of sources: three major TV networks and a hometown newspaper or two, Brown said. People gathered around their televisions for the assassination of a president, a walk on the moon, and o... more »

Well, that didn't take long.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 23 hours ago
*SMASH AND GRAB: A woman appears to be making off with "kicks" at Mello Magic Sneakers on Rockaway Beach Boulevard yesterday.* Jersey City on total lockdown from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. after rash of store break-ins, officials say *After 24 people were arrested last night on charges of breaking into stores, Jersey City has imposed a city-wide curfew on pedestrians and all businesses overnight, officials said today. "We have to provide for the welfare and safety of all our residents" during the recovery from Hurricane Sandy, Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah Healy said. "This limitation will ... more »

Deer Hunters as Defenders of Liberty

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 23 hours ago
There is talk about how many riflemen live in America, and whether that group of people can be an effective force against the State. Militia. Not an organized militia like OVM, filled with men and women who train and study and walk the walk. But an unorganized militia, much like the Founders and Framers had in mind. Is not the very definition of the unorganized militia essentially: Guys and gals with their own firearms and gear showing up to defend home & hearth? Will not the unorganized militia consist of former military members who bring much to the table? Will there not b... more »

The "New Unhappy Lords"

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 1 day ago
They have given us into the hand of new unhappy lords, Lords without anger and honour, who dare not carry their swords. They fight by shuffling papers; they have bright dead alien eyes; They look at our labour and laughter as a tired man looks at flies. And the load of their loveless pity is worse than the ancient wrongs, Their doors are shut in the evening; and they know no songs. G. K . CHESTERTON, "The Secret People".

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