Thursday, August 17, 2017

Denninger: To the Press, the Pols and the Rest.

Karl Denninger at The Market Ticker nails it, as usual.

An excerpt:

"These people are explicitly refusing to call on the carpet Governor McAuliffe and everyone in the chain of command from the Charlottesville PD upward who were involved in any way in intentionally funneling opposing protestors into each other, knowing some of them were armed and then allowed said PD to sit back and withdraw when violence occurred."

Full article.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

ACLU of Virginia asserts that UTR demonstrators were set up.

Granted, the ACLU is not usually our friend, but their blind squirrels do find nuts on occasion. Seems they were involved in the matters leading up to the UTR rally, and feel that the entire thing was a set up to allow AntiFa to inflict violence for political gain.

ACLU response to Virginia Governor.

Money quote:

"It is the responsibility of law enforcement to ensure safety of both protestors and counter-protestors. The policing on Saturday was not effective in preventing violence. I was there and brought concerns directly to the secretary of public safety and the head of the Virginia State Police about the way that the barricades in the park limiting access by the arriving demonstrators and the lack of any physical separation of the protestors and counter-protestors on the street were contributing to the potential of violence. They did not respond. In fact, law enforcement was standing passively by, seeming to be waiting for violence to take place, so that they would have grounds to declare an emergency, declare an 'unlawful assembly', and clear the area."

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Occidental Dissent also confirms that Virginia State Police and AntiFa worked together.

Hunter Wallace at Occidental Dissent provides yet another account of the Charlottesville violence that indicates the "Unite the Right" demonstrators were peaceful, and were lured into a trap by the Virginia State Police to be assaulted by AntiFa and BLM.

His account mirrors this onethis one and this one.

We're gonna need a bigger boat.

No enemies on the right, that's the only way we win this.

Did the Virginia State Police send "Unite the Right" into a meat grinder?

Pax Dickinson was at the "Unite the Right" (UTR) rally, and a compelling narrative from him shows that the Virginia State Police may have acted in concert with AntiFa and BLM to send the UTR into a meat grinder.

If this is even half accurate, then we have a major problem. The "we're gonna need a bigger boat" kind of problem.

What say you?

If you are not with the left, they want you dead. They have the deep state big government on their side, and worse, they may have your local government too.

An account of Charlottesville from someone who was there.

MDT on basic Army infantry skills that every survivalist should know.

Mason Dixon Tactical has gone through the book and highlighted for our benefit the common US Army infantry skills and tasks that every survivalist who plans to go into harm's way should have a basic understanding of.

Please click the link and read. Then learn and do.

Monday, August 14, 2017

FBI sets up another patsy.

The FBI arrested a 23 year old guy for plotting to blow up a government building in Oklahoma. He had been working with an accomplice that was actually an undercover agent.

They helped him develop the idea. They influenced his target choice (he had thought of some spots in DC, but they wanted it to happen near the building McVeigh blew up in Oklahoma, for the symbolism, surely). They gave him the "bomb" parts. They obtained a vehicle for him. They assembled the "bomb" for him while he watched them, since he was totally incapable of doing ANY of it. They built him a remote "detonator". They gave him the remote detonator. And then they arrested him after he pushed the button to blow up the fake bomb.

Yeah! Woo!

Land of the... Something or other... And home of the whatever.

Charlottesville, Virginia "Unite the Rightl Rally Violence.

The "five W's" of the events in Charlottesville, Virgina...

What: A large, conservative political rally called "Unite the Right". The rally was meant to be peaceful, but devolved into major violence between the original attendees and what are being referred to as "counter-protestors". Many dozens of people were injured and one woman was killed. Two police officers were also killed when their helicopter crashed in some nearby woods.

When: August 13 and 14, 2017.

Where: Charlottesville, Virgina, near the University of Virginia.

Who: The rally was organized by various right wing groups and figures. I know that the League of the South was present, as were a small number of KKK members and so called "neo-Nazis". I know for a fact that the "Virginia Three Percenters" backed out and were not present. The majority of the people in attendance were unaffiliated with any particular groups. On the left wing side of the spectrum, AntiFa was there in full force. Black Lives Matter and BAMN were there as well. The local police and the Virginia State Police were present.

Why: This rally, as has been the case with all of the recent right wing rallies over the past months,
Was mainly based on support for our right to free speech as outlined in the First Amendment. It was also based on support for conservative ideals and European-American heritage.

Remarks: The MSM is working overtime painting this rally as a full fledged neo-Nazi, white supremacist rally that was primed for violence. Funny that the right wing participants were the ones who obtained the proper permits AND coordinated for months in advance with the local and state police. The participants have also staged many events that were totally peaceful and left the event venues as clean as they found them. AntiFa showed up to this event with the same intent they always do: To shut down the entire rally with violence and destruction. People who were there have told me that the police did not follow the pre-planned safety and security agreements made with the organizers, instead leading the legal demonstrators down AntiFa flanked roads to the demonstration area and right into the teeth of AntiFa and BLM. It's being said that at that point, LEOs backed off with stand-down orders and let the sides brawl. Many people were injured and one was killed.

Side note: The MSM is conflating white nationalist with white supremacist. This is incorrect, of course. The can be some personal overlap with some people, but neither of these ideals is inherently present in the other.

It's also worth mentioning that according to the MSM and the left in general, any ideology that does not fall into their narrative, is inherently racist and evil.

One must be careful once the left has stamped you with the label of evil. At that point, any action taken against you is justified and encouraged, up to and including assault.

Desperation of the left to shed their history.

The left is desperate to shed their true history and place it at the feet of the conservative right wing.

The "left", including the democrat party, has a long history of racism, opposing civil rights, hosting groups like the KKK and the Nazi party and inciting violence to achieve their goals. They are always working to erase this history and rewrite it, with their new version projecting those traits onto their opponents.

The Nazi party is originated from the Nazi Socialist German Workers' Party.

Socialist. Socialism is not a right wing ideology. It is a LEFT WING ideology, one that the democrat party has embraced fully with their recent failed presidential candidates, Clinton and Sanders.

The democrat party is the original party of the KKK. The height of the KKK's power was in 1924, when they ran the democrat national convention to nominate their presidential candidate. The convention was referred to as the "Klanbake".

In the 1960's, the democrats overwhelmingly voted AGAINST civil rights legislation in Congress and in many state legislatures. This is undeniable fact. But the civil rights acts passed. Why? The Republican Party pushed them through.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

My thoughts on recent events.

A lot of big stories in the news lately, here are some of my brief thoughts.

Trump investigations: The "deep state" can NOT allow Trump to govern easily. Whatever it is Trump is going to do, it's apparently NOT what they want him to do, and is more likely closer to what WE wanted him to do. Illegal immigration from South of the border is down by most estimates by about 75%. Still not much (if any) progress on the wall. Deportations are up as well, though. So do we need a wall? I still think so. As far as these investigations into the Russians and Trump and his people and finances... A lot of his supporters don't care. They've found no evidence of broken laws and the media has been lying to us for so long, that no one gives them the time of day anyway.

North Korea: The advancement of NK's nuclear program has accelerated at a rate that surprises this former intelligence agent, and I'm attributing that to assistance from Iran. Not that long ago, estimates had the North Koreans about 18 months away from being able to land an ICBM inside the US. They rapidly acquired that ability recently. I was recently asked if we are going to war with NK. My answer was that on a long enough timeline, the answer was "yes, absolutely". That timeline is getting shorter and shorter. North Korea has been building and building as a problem for every US President and Trump does not have the luxury that Clinton, Bush and 0bama had, the luxury to contain and pass it along to the next guy. They have arrived, and now we must do something.

Stock market: The stock market has continued to skyrocket under Trump and the DJIA is now above 22,000. Watch for a correction this year. It's not going to be fun.

Left/Right tension: The tension and animosity between the "left" and the "right" wings of America has not improved and probably won't. Both sides are convinced that the other side is an evil entity out to destroy them personally. Both sides are arming themselves. It's a powder keg, and I believe the left will be the ones to light the match. They almost always are.

Yes, I'm still here.

Things have gotten pretty busy lately and I've taken a short break from posting, but I'll be back. Thanks to anyone who has checked here to see new posts. They're coming.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

"The Shura", from Brushbeater.

In this article on Afghan "shuras", NCSCOUT says that you have to build your community connections, and as a former intelligence collector and source runner, I fully agree.

Yes, you have to go out and make friends with people in your town.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Report shows that climate data is still being falsified.

The scientific community is starting to openly rebel against the fraud of man-made climate change.

In this full abstract report, Dr. James Wallace III, Dr. Joseph D'Aleo and Dr. Craig Idso have proven that the EPA, NOAA, NASA and Hadley CRU in England have INTENTIONALLY falsified climate research data, including global surface temperature readings, in order to advance the climate change political narrative.

The findings in the report have been supported and agreed with by scientists from the EPA, NASA, MIT, InDyne Inc., Michigan State University, University of Colorado, Northwestern University, Perdue University, Rutgers University, the University of Missouri, the Gas Technology Institute and Energy Intelligence Group and several other schools and environmental boards.

These reports and others like it have been suppressed and the authors fired and blackballed from their positions in Universities and companies. Strange, I didn't think science was supposed to work that way, where someone with a dissenting opinion and the research to show is to be punished and ostracized.

For you climate change religion followers: We will never shut up. We will never trust you. You've lied to us enough and you've burned your bridge. Do yourself a favor and just quit trying. Your Al Gores and Hillary Clintons and your "97% of scientists" are fraudsters. That number is a lie anyway. All you have are lies. The report I linked is just one of many proving that.

Stop telling us to buy a hybrid.

Stop telling us to cover our entire roof with thousands of dollars of solar panels just so we can run a few small appliances for a few hours a day.

Stop selling thousands of acres of public land to the Chinese energy companies that will just go out of business after a few years and sell their land to other Chinese companies (who coincidentally are owned by the same people) for cheap.

Stop telling us that WE are the problem. Maybe it's YOU that is the problem.

The discussion is over. You have lost. Every year a larger and larger percentage of people turn away from your fear tactics and lies. Those people include the scientists you've shunned and mocked.

Leave us alone, and stop trying to cram your bullshit down our throats. You can not control us with your fear mongering. This is your warning.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Police committ more gun crimes than concealed carry permit holders.

This is a point that I have made many times when talking about the right to carry a concealed weapon. It turns out that law enforcement officers are more likely to committ a firearm related crime than a person who has a concealed weapons permit.

Like the article says, this shows that legal concealed weapon carriers are among the most law abiding people in the country, and that they are not the problem when it comes to violence in the US.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Middle America doesn't care about (or believe) the Russia/Trump narrative.

Zerohedge and Reuters do a decent job of explaining why "middle America" doesn't give a hoot about the mainstream media's Russian collusion narrative.

The MSM has been lying to us about a lot of stuff for a really long time. They kicked into major overdrive for the 2016 Presidential election, doing everything in their power to crown Hillary as the queen of the USA.

America didn't buy their lies enough to elect her, and they're buying the lies of the Russia/Trump narrative even less. It seems that only about 33% of the People believe that there was any sort of collusion taking place.

The Donald Jr. story the MSM is currently breathlessly pushing is the latest "big thing", but it's not taking root either.

Middle America simply does not believe the MSM anymore. I would also argue that you can throw Southern America in there as well. In fact, it seems the only allies the MSM has anymore live primarily on the West Coast and in the Northeast.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

What's the solution to overcrowded prisons?

According to the Government Accountability Office, the US prison system will be at 145% capacity by next year.

According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, nearly 50% of all US prison inmates are drug offenders.


1982 NY Times article on "GRID" disease.

I was browsing online and managed to dig up this 1982 article on "GRID" disease.

What is GRID?

Gay Related Immune Deficiency.

Today, we know it as AIDS.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Hey, Democrats. About those Millennials and Gen Z...

Some things the Democrats might be missing...

According to demographers and sociology researchers, Generation Z is likely to be the most conservative generation since WWII. They've grown up in a world where large governments have failed to provide security on any level, and Gen Z is being raised to understand that they might have to be their own first line of defense physically, emotionally, financially and intellectually. That sort of upbringing produces a very conservative-libertarian attitude.

Also, people tend to slowly become more conservative as they age. Millennials are going to do that faster than any generation before them. They've already started. Ten or fifteen years from now, Millennials could be just as conservative as Gen Z are starting to become. Millennials are already slightly more conservative (or should I say "less liberal") than the Democrats think they are. That explains the massive drop in support for Democrats from Millennials in the last couple of years. Democrats have lost the White House, both houses of Congress and around a THOUSAND state legislature seats over the last eight years to the Republicans. Our grandparents aren't the ones who did that.

Another point is that the left wing activists and foot soldiers are far less welcoming to opposing viewpoints than the right wingers are. Here's an example from my own experience: I work with a guy, I'll call him John, he's nearing his mid-twenties, so he's probably a Millennial, though some demographers are acknowledging a major overlap between the Millennials and Gen Z. That's irrelevant though. What's more important is how John would be received at a left wing street demonstration versus how he would be received at a similar right wing street event.

John firmly believes that man-made global climate change is real, dangerous and one of the most serious problems we face. He supports restrictions on businesses in order to curb the effects of climate change, and has stated that he doesn't care if some of the research supporting it is false. However, he also firmly supports the Second Amendment and opposes almost all government restrictions on the People's right to keep and bear arms.

At a right wing, street level event, John would be disagreed with on some points and probably would not like everything he hears. He might even find some of it abhorrent. However, John would still be welcome and would likely have a lot of people trying to engage him in one on one conversation.

At a similar left wing demonstration, John's position on the Second Amendment would spell big trouble, of John was stupid enough to make it known. It wouldn't matter at all what else he believed. He would be shouted down and called a "Nazi" and a racist. He'd be labeled as right wing infiltrator, a provocateur, a probe. John would have a difficult time escaping the scene without being assaulted. The safest place for him to be at that point would probably be across the street with the right wing counter-demonstrators. If AntiFa is present at the scene, John would be knocked to the ground and kicked repeatedly, or beaten with sticks. John is also a white male, which wouldn't help his cause with the left wingers at all.

You think that might affect how John votes in future elections?

The way the left treats those they disagree with contrasted against the way the right treats those that they disagree with are like night and day, and I believe that has had and will continue to have a serious effect on the way Millennials and Generation Z view and respond to the world around them.

While Republicans are not doing a very good job of governing and aren't winning over very many fans right now, the Democrats have lost their collective minds and are tearing themselves apart at the seams. They seem totally unable to connect with the vast majority of Americans in any meaningful way, and they seem unable to recognize that they are beginning to lose Millennials and have possibly already lost Generation Z.

I'm not complaining. Just saying.

Bracken: The Deep Pockets Behind the Migrant "Rescue" Industry.

Gates of Vienna has a piece written by Matt Bracken on the deep pockets behind the "rescue" operations of third world savages and their introduction into Europe. The link is a short read, so read it all. Read the comments as well.

Seems that someone is building and shipping fifty foot long rubber boats with attached motors to Libya. Bracken estimates these boats could cost at least $10,000 USD each, as much as $30,000 USD each. These boats aren't made to make it all the way across the Mediterranean Sea. They're only supposed to get a few miles offshore from Libya, when NGO "rescue" boats are waiting to pickup the migrants and take them to Italy. There, the migrants are processed as refugees and released into Europe.

This is the same exact process that is taking place on the Southern border of the US, with some slight differences in method.

The illegal aliens are walking across large areas of desert that are generally impassable without caches of supplies and water along the way. And that's our version of the fifty foot long rubber boats. Those supplies are being placed the by NGOs who have received the funds to do so from the same kind of people who are buying and shipping the rubber boats to Libya. The desert supplies allow aliens to make it far enough that our version of the "rescue boats", the US Border Patrol, will pick them up and bring them to the processing areas. There they receive a court summons, and are released into the US.

The goal of whoever is behind all of this is to change the demographics and culture of the West, that is, Europe and the US, in order to destroy it once and for all.

Same process, same goals... Same people behind it all?

The name George Soros springs to mind immediately.

Sunday, July 9, 2017

WeaponsMan: 412-660 million guns in the US?

Back in October of last year, before Hognose passed away, the WeaponsMan blog made the case that the figure of 300 million privately owned firearms in the US is wrong. They not only claimed that the number is wrong, but they actually claimed the accurate figure could be somewhere between 412 and 660 million privately owned firearms inside the US.

The case they make is convincing, and their math seems to be true.

What's most convincing to me is where they show that the ATF uses their "A2K" system to log unique serial numbers for counting purposes. At this point, the A2K system has logged about 252 million unique firearm serial numbers, collected from VOLUNTARILY PARTICIPATING manufacturers, importers, distributors and wholesalers (no FFL retailers). But what percentage of US manufacturers, importers, distributors and wholesalers actually participate in this A2K system?

About 0.4%.

Just in case you're wondering, the ATF doesn't receive any other info in their A2K system. Only the serial numbers for counting purposes. So they say.

And how can the 300 million estimate remain firm over the last several years, when the NICS background check system has been reporting record breaking numbers every month for several years?

I'm thinking that 500+ million privately owned firearms in the US is a very plausible number. Thanks, Hognose.

Besides, if anyone is asking, I don't own any...

Friday, July 7, 2017

Florida tax collectors open carrying. The People? Not so much.

According to an Orlando area tax collector, Florida tax collection agents are legally allowed to openly carry firearms on the job.

The People of Florida, however, are still out of luck. The People must first ask permission to carry at all, and then if granted, must conceal their weapons, often inconveniently. And if you've ever worn an IWB holster in 98 degree heat with 98% humidity, you know what I mean.

As is stated in the article (and I agree), perhaps the Florida taxes (and spending along with it) should be lowered to the point where people aren't wanting to shoot tax collectors.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Independence Day: What it is and what it isn't.

Independence Day in the US. What will be celebrated today? The flag of the US, our "patriotism", allegiance to the country, support for the US military and maybe the police. Fireworks, grilling burgers, hanging out with friends and family. Some celebrations might even include discussions on how our government, annoying as it may be, is still among the best in the world. Our "freedom" will be celebrated.

I would not begrudge anyone their own version of celebration today. You're free to do as you wish (somewhat). But we really need to understand what happened today in 1776 and what led to it, as well as the bloody conflict that followed. This isn't a day about celebrating being part of a country or having your own government or thanking a military member (though as a combat veteran and reserve member, I appreciate the gesture).

Today is a day that commemorates a rising up of an oppressed people, angry enough at the actions of their government that they take up arms and turn them against them. Poverty and violence was inflicted on them by their government and unfair laws were laid on them in order to keep them in subservience.

The people decided to dissolve those political ties. We have the freedom to associate (or not to associate) with any groups or people we choose, do we not? Do we not have the freedom to leave a club? A company? A mailing list? Do we not have the freedom to leave an organization? What has elevated a government to the point where we no longer have the choice to leave it? If we have the right to choose the leaders of our government, then logic dictates we have the right to choose "none". We have the right to say "I don't want any of it, and I don't want any that will come after."

The colonists of Britain in the New World chose "none", and we celebrate that. We celebrate the turning of private arms against a military that many of the People had been veterans of. We celebrate the People taking down their flag (at the time, British flag) and burning it, tearing it apart and creating a new one. We celebrate the People's RIGHT to choose a dissolution of the bonds to their government.

So what about today? Talk of secession today brings ridicule. Talk of taking Arms brings derision. "Why do you need that AR-15? Are you building an ARSENAL or something?" Talk of states' rights makes people roll their eyes.

We celebrate today, but do we even know what today is? This is not a call to secession. It's a reminder of what makes a People free. First, you have the freedom of association, to associate, and NOT associate, with whatever people you wish, for whatever reason you wish. Government is not above that. They and their agents are not divine. Do not worship them today, or ever. You are free. Or you are supposed to be.

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Democrats behind fake Russian Trump "dossier".

The NY Post is reporting that the democrat party hired a political research firm to "dig up" false dirt on Trump and publish it into a fake Russian "dossier".

This fake dossier is what created the entire fake Trump-Russia connection.

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Bernie and his wife seem to be crooks.

According to this Zerohedge article, Bernie Sanders and his wife, Jane, are in some trouble and being investigated by the FBI for bank fraud.

On top of that, Jane Sanders is solely responsible for the closure of Burlington College, thanks to leading the college into massive "crushing debt". She left after her poorly performed stint as college president, taking a $200,000 severance package with her.

Seems like Bernie really is a true socialist to the core.

Another example of CNN fake news.

Another story pulled by CNN shortly after it was discovered to be false.

CNN published the story about a major link between Russia and the Trump campaign, and then retracted the entire thing and disabled or removed all links. CNN apologized in an editor's note.

The problem with this sort of thing is that it's been proven numerous times that hundreds of thousands, sometimes millions of people read the original story, but sometimes only a few hundred people ever see the editor's notes about the stories being retracted due to being untrue. It's a psyop. Publish a damning fake story about your enemy where millions can see it, and then simply pull the story and write an editor's note that only a few thousand might ever see.

Anything you read or hear from CNN, MSNBC, NBC, ABC or CBS should be totally ignored and mocked. Get your info elsewhere. These sources have been thoroughly outed as fake.

Will Justice Anthony Kennedy retire?

There are rumors that Supreme Court Justice Kennedy will retire this Summer, and if so, Trump is open to nominating another Justice to the bench in his first year. This will give "conservatives" a firm 5-4 majority.

Relevant article here.

My hope is that we will see a retirement by Ginsburg soon as well, but I'm not holding my breath. It would be devastating to the left.

Friday, June 23, 2017

A logical question on "law" vs "tyranny".

If the politicians feel like they can pass whatever they want as a law, and the police are willing to simply follow orders and enforce every law, then what is it that stands between "law" and "tyranny"?

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Short list to get you ahead of the game.

It's been said that simply coming to the realization that you need to prep will put you ahead of 90% of the population. That's probably true, or at least the sentiment behind the saying is true, even if the actual stat is not. But being ahead of 90% of the population just because you know you should prep isn't necessarily good enough. You have to put that into action.

When I started this blog a few years back, most of my posts we based on helping readers develop a beginner's "list of lists", something that the average person could find and afford to get them ready for disasters.

While the items on that list are easy to find and generally affordable, the list itself is still a bit long. So I am going to give you a shorter list, a list that is NOT meant to be comprehensive or get you through the end of the world... But you can consider it a part of that "get ahead of 90% of the population" idea. You'll need to KNOW that you should prep, but you'll also need these things.

I will go down the line according to the "SWFS-CIMT" model.

Shelter - You need a stable place to stay in an area that itself is not a disaster already. Pretty abundant in the US.

Water - A Sawyer Mini Filter will allow you to drink almost any water source. Get one for every member of the family, and maybe an extra or two. A Berkey water system is nice to have also. If you want to store water as well, use this rule: One gallon of water per person, per day. Water in jugs at Walmart is cheap.

Food - I have demonstrated already that storing rice and beans is cheap and easy. Look at this post to see my storage of pinto beans. You can use the exact same process for white rice and lentils. You can use the same process for salt and sugar, as long as you substitute moisture absorbers for oxygen absorbers. Don't put oxygen absorbers in salt or sugar. Mountain House #10 cans are great as well.

Security - This is where you get the guns. Look here and here and pick out what sounds good to you. Don't forget ammo, mags and TRAINING. This general security list will help too.

Communications - It's much more important to listen than to transmit, so I'm just going to keep it simple. The GP-5 SSB shortwave radio and the Uniden Home Patrol II police scanner will allow you to listen in on any relevant broadcasts you need to. A set of two-way radios from Cobra or Midland will allow you to talk with group members at short distances. Cell phones and chargers are obviously good to keep.

Intelligence - In the military, intelligence drives the mission. In the prepping world, information needs to drive your actions and decisions. Building your "all-source collection element", or ACE, is key to gathering intelligence. Take a look at this guide to get started on your own ACE.

Medical - You need a first aid kit and some additional medical supplies. Take a look here and get started filling out your medical supply list.

Transportation - Lastly, you need to be able to get from point A to point B, and you need to have adequate tools to maintain that vehicle. You'll need more than a Prius. Here is a pretty basic list to help you maintain your vehicle. Cars are ok. Trucks and Jeeps are usually better. It all depends on your terrain and needs, though.

I may very well end up with commenters adding their 2¢ (which is always welcome) on which things to add to this list. This list is not made to be the end all be all, nor is it nearly adequate to you through TEOTWAWKI. It's a barebones list that I am making for the people who have heard the phrase "if you realize you need to prep, you're already ahead of 90% of the population", and are wondering if that's really true. Yes it is, but only partially. You need some tools and some knowledge. So with that, I'll also leave you with this list of books to grab...

Short wisdom, fighting vs violence.

Knowing how to fight is one thing. Having the tools to fight with is another. Knowing how to be violent is entirely different. If you don't have all three, you're missing a piece of the puzzle.

Monday, June 19, 2017

ISIS founder and leader believed to be dead

Al Baghdadi has most likely been killed in one of the latest Russian air strikes. There have been many false reports on his death in the past so authorities are making sure this time around before making it official.

This is a true cause for celebration, but the left wing maniacs only celebrate when they think Trump is going to be impeached or when conservatives are shot or attacked. Little credit for this victory can go to the US, sadly. Russian forces, Kurdish forces, Syrian military, Syriac and Assyrian defense forces deserve the majority of the credit.

Most Americans wanted to be a part of the fight against ISIS, but we were denied. To the US troops and volunteers who did fight against ISIS, I salute you.

Looking forward to ISIS being wiped out from the borders of Syria and Iraq within the year, God willing.

Sunday, June 18, 2017


Thanks to the readers and commenters who have provided this blog with 15,000 views. I appreciate the time you've all taken to read my content.

Message to Fathers and Future Fathers.

Happy Father's Day. Enjoy the day with family and relax, but take some time to think, really think, about what today is and what it's for. It's not just a day for your kids to make things for you or take you out to dinner or buy you something nice. Those things are great, but if you understand what today is, then you understand that today isn't just your day. It's a day where you remember and reaffirm your role and responsibility to your family

Remember your role as the head of the house and family. For those who do not read this with an adult level of understanding, I will be nice and caveat this statement: Being the head of the house and family does not mean you get to swagger around and boss around your wife and kids, it doesn't mean all decisions are made by you, it doesn't mean your family is there to serve you (Your role as a leader demands that it is YOU who serves) it doesn't even mean  that your name is on every title of every car or loan or credit card. It means that when hardship comes, when help is needed, when strength (moral, personal, cultural, physical) is needed, you are available and able. When a hard decision is required, you take that burden from your family and make it your burden. You will not always be right, but you must have the courage and ability to shoulder that. Your house and family are a ship, and while you will not always dictate how much sail to use, or how fast to go, or how to run the deck, you are the one at the wheel steering in a morally sound direction. Do not be that dad you see in the commercials or in the TV shows, that inept, childish, immature oaf with the stupid looking grin on his face when his wife catches him acting like a toddler or says to the kids "Daddy did a lot of stupid things before he met Mommy".

Remember your role as the defender. The world is not safe at all times. No matter where you live or how you're set up up, you and your family are not always going to be safe from harm or coercion. You don't have to be the strongest or fastest or be a black belt in any martial art. However, you SHOULD have the knowledge and ability to stand courageously between your family and whatever or whomever means to do them harm, whether that harm is in the form of a burglar breaking in, a mugger pulling a knife, a drunk grabbing your wife's butt or a slick salesman trying to rip off your 16 year old at the dealership. In those situations, you must have a resolute mindset and have conviction in your purpose. Getting punched doesn't really hurt that bad, and a man is nothing to be afraid of. A father protecting his family is a different animal. If you lack something in this regard, send me a PM, and I'll help you out. And yes, I will be nice. I will actually help you. And no, I will not try to make you carry a weapon. Again, this is not about martial arts or guns (I do love my guns). It's about a resolute mindset and the courage that comes with full conviction.

Remember your role as the provider. I know that in 2017, not every household pays it's bills and buys the food with the paycheck of the man. I get that, and that's fine. If your wife is a full-time pharmacist and you are a part-time mechanic, I understand there is going to be a difference in dollars. If your wife has a master's in engineering at MIT and you've got a bachelor's from the school of hard knocks, the mortgage might come out of a check with her name on it. I get it, but the role of provider does not always require a paycheck. The role of provider can include that, but it also includes the ability to steer your family out of hardship when a paycheck (regardless of who makes it) isn't quite enough. It includes the ability to obtain whatever resources your family requires for basic survival, or PRODUCE those resources otherwise. This includes shelter, water, food and security at the most basic level. Those things might require a paycheck, but they also require more than that. Also, when your wife does the thing that wives do, which is to get pregnant, the man needs to become even more of a provider. Regardless of the "advancement" of society, the man must always maintain his ability to provide. The woman should not always have to maintain that ability to provide forever. Women have other natural roles, and I really don't give a damn if anyone thinks that is sexist.

Remember your role as the loving father. Make time to spend with family. Your kids are only little once. Sometimes you'll have to be stern, sometimes you'll have to be hard and cold and logical, sometimes you'll have to be the disciplinarian or authoritative presence, but no one in your family should ever have an ounce of doubt that you love them. You will not be perfect, but perfection is not required. I most certainly am NOT speaking from a pedestal of perfection. I am certainly not pontificating from a position of moral authority. I, like you all, have and will make mistakes. Perfection is not required. Love is what is required. The outside of you might sometimes need to be hard, but the inside softness must be shown on the outside sometimes. And your family must know that the hard exterior (In times of protection from harm, or discipline for kids, or hard decision-making) is a product of a soft, loving interior. When we go to a hard job as an insulator in a power plant or running heavy machines at a newspaper company, when we go to war in a far away land or walk a cop's beat in the ghetto, we maintain that hard exterior with a soft interior of love for our families.

A father's roles are numerous and I can't possibly cover them all, but these are a start. The importance of a man fulfilling his roles appropriately in the home is constantly demeaned and diminished in today's society. I have my thoughts on why this is happening but I'm not going to get into that right now. Resist this. We are seeing the terrible effects of fatherless homes on our society and culture everyday. Whether you grew up with a father fulfilling his roles or not, it is imperitive that you, as a father or future father, learn your roles and how to fulfill them, and that you do so when the time comes.

Happy Father's Day. It's called Father's Day, but it's not just about you (us). Remember your roles today.

Thursday, June 15, 2017

D.C. Shooting, Original Story.

Here is an original story of the Washington D.C. shooting that left Representative Scalise in "critical condition".

The "leadership" of the left (Democrat politicians like Tim Kaine, Hollyweird celebrities like Kathy Griffin, fake news anchors like Don Lemon, "clergy" like Al Sharpton) have encouraged their followers to "disrupt" and "fight in the streets", "get in trouble" and "resist". These statements whether meant literally or not, have been taken quite literally. All over the country we have riots and violence committed against anyone who supported Trump or identifies as "conservative". We see mock acts of violence (a play in Central Park depicts Trump's assassination, while Kathy Griffin poses with a fake severed Trump head) progressing to real violence, as you can see in the Washington Post story I linked. There are also acts of violence against people just for displaying MAGA paraphernalia.

Drudge Report, the most influential news aggregate site in the world, is posting multiple stories of media members reporting that we are on the brink of a "civil war" between the ideological "left" and "right".

Ann Coulter and Michael Savage, regardless of how you feel about them, are spreading the idea of civil war. Like it or not, these are influential people, and they may not be wrong.

Arm up and stack the ammo. Carry a defensive weapon, even if you're not licensed. If someone busts you over the head with a brick, would be rather have left your weapon at home just because you weren't "licensed" to defend yourself adequately?

Surely you can see that things are going from bad to worse. Can you explain why it will suddenly get better sometime soon? I'll wait.

Link back to the New York Times report on Clinton/Russia

With all of these investigations into Trump and the Russians, I find that it's relevant to keep going back to this report, a New York Times article detailing the sale of 20% of the US government's uranium production to the Russians.

The sale of the uranium production had to have the approval of the Secretary of State, who was Hillary Clinton at that time.

Around the same time, numerous donations were made to the Clinton Foundation by Russian officials, and despite Hillary's promise to disclose the identities of all Clinton Foundation donors, she failed to disclose ANY donations made by Russian offcials.

Where is the investigation into these dealings?

Bernie Sanders supporter opens fire.

Yesterday a man opened fire with a SKS rifle at a baseball field in Washington DC. Republican members of Congress were there practicing baseball for a charity baseball game. The shooter approached someone and asked if the people on the field at the time were republicans or democrats. When he learned they were republicans, he went back and retrieved his SKS and a 9mm and opened fire, hitting at least three people, including Representative Steve Scalise from Louisiana. He's in critical condition. The shooter was killed by police.

The shooter is a hardcore democrat and socialist who worked in the Bernie Sanders campaign. His Facebook was full of violent statements about republicans and conservatives in general.

The democrats have encouraged their supporters to "resist" and to "fight in the streets" since Trump was elected. After the election, there were dozens of riots in major cities and violence in others. AntiFa and their parent group, BAMN, now attend every conservative event for the purpose of using violence to shut the events down. They chant "punch a Nazi", but of course, a "Nazi" is anyone who disagrees with them. We see some of these groups and their members showing off their guns and posting videos of them going to ranges and shooting targets painted with "conservative" symbology.

And now we have a republican lawmaker gunned down at a baseball practice.

Democrats are constantly claiming that the things Trump says are causing people to commit violence, though they are unable to point to any specific acts of violence routinely committed by Trump supporters or conservative groups. So will they be willing to admit that their calls to "action", their calls to "fight in the streets" have stirred actual violent action?

When fighting really starts, what will it look like? Will it look like this? Is this the start?

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

MD Creekmore - 21 Item Walmart Prep List

A nice little list to get you ahead of most people. Only 21 points!

I love prepping lists that the average person can understand, acquire and use with ease. This list is by no means comprehensive, but when you read it, you'll see how it will get you ahead of the vast majority of the population. Even I have use for a list like this.

North Korea and the EMP threat.

I notice that anytime the subject of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) is brought up, anyone within earshot is likely to give the thought an eyeroll.

I myself have commonly avoided discussing EMP possibilities with non-preppers because it immediately turns them off to the discussion. They simply do not consider it to be a possibility. Problem is, they don't really consider ANYTHING to be a possibility. So when I discuss prepping with non-preppers, I usually stick to hurricanes and other things they may have actually already experienced.

But, it might be time to start thinking about EMPs again. A while back I mentioned that North Korea may be fairly close to being capable of hitting the US with a nuke. But you know what's even easier than actually hitting someone with a nuke? Hitting them with an EMP. You don't need such a large device and you don't actually have to score a direct hit.

The North Koreans will probably be capable of an EMP strike before the year is over, if they're not already.

An EMP strike is not one of those gradual SHTF scenarios. It's a "here and now" situation, where everything stops right then. Water, power, medical, food, radio, cars, etc. Have a gun safe with an electronic lock, like I do? Replace the lock or leave the safe open when you're at home (be watchful to keep your kids out of it).

SWFS (Shelter, water, food, security, in that order).

Friday, June 9, 2017

CNN forced to correct fake news story, Comey/Trump.

This isn't overly important, but is important to save for posterity and for future debates. We don't necessarily need more evidence that CNN is fake news, but since they insist on providing more and more evidence, we'll gladly accept it.

And here it is.

Prior to testimony by James Comey, CNN specifically reported that Comey was going to dispute Trunp's claim that Comey told him three times that Trump was no being directly investigated.

In the testimony, Comey did nothing of the sort, and CNN was forced to retract and correct.

In other fake news, um, news... CNN fired one of their on air hosts for publicly calling the President a "piece of shit" and "an embarrassment to humanity."

Again, we don't have to add to the increasing pile of evidence that CNN is biased fake news. But then again, here we are.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Suarez on fighting knife attacks.

Gabe Suarez at Suarez International sends us the real solution to knife attacks by jihadis.

The cookie-cutter martial "artists" probably aren't going to be overly happy to learn that with all of their TaeKwonDo and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Kung Fu mastery, they will still probably get cut when one of these guys sprints into the restaurant or bar with the intent of killing people until they themselves get shot and sent to whatever amazing afterlife they think is waiting.

I have a first degree black belt in TKD myself, plus some training in BJJ, Judo and US Army MACP, and I am at least self-aware enough to understand that if you find yourself facing an opponent with a knife, you're not only probably going to get cut, you've probably already BEEN cut. That goes for me too, even with all of my AMAZING (heh) martial arts skills.

When you're finished with that article, read the one for vehicle borne jihad attacks

And then add Suarez to your daily checklist.

Herschel on Preparing for Jihad in the US.

Preparing for Jihad in America, from Herschel.

A good article to have your friends read, even better if they are one of those misguided Christians who believe they're called to invite the wolves to becoming members of the flock.

You are not morally obligated by Christianity to help Muslim refugees if it's going to get Christians killed.

In Europe, it's getting Christians killed.

The three instances Comey told Trump that they were not investigating him.

Donald Trump has insisted that former FBI director Comey told him three times that he, Trump, was NOT under any type of FBI investigation.

Here are three times where Comey said exactly that, that Trump was not under any FBI investigation.

The article also shows how CNN got their own reporting totally wrong. As if we needed more examples of that.

What I find strange, is that the left seems to believe that simply BEING UNDER INVESTIGATION constitutes a major mark against a candidate or politician. But when it's Hillary who is under multiple counterintelligence investigations... It's no big deal to them.

The left in America... The progressives, communists, democrats, socialists, whatever you want to call them... Are some of the most intellectually dishonest and hypocritical people the world has ever seen in the political realm.

Monday, June 5, 2017

Intellectual consistency the left wing bugaboo

As I look back at the body of works I have produced confronting left wing propaganda and mindsets, I realized something. Almost everything I have ever done as a film maker, author, public speaker, satirist and comedian has been an attempt to expose left wing intellectual inconsistency.  I am not saying that conservative views are exempt from hypocrisy. All people can be hypocritical at points, but the political and social left wing is brimming with blatant, non-stop intellectual inconsistency.

That is what every conservative commentator spends ninety percent of their time confronting. George Orwell described in his works "1984" and "Animal Farm" how institutionalized hypocrisy was going to become the norm within society.

"All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others!"

"War is peace. Freedom is slavery".

Orwell showed how people could be engineered to disregard all forms of intellectual consistency and hold two contradicting philosophies at the exact same time and switch back and fourth from one to the other instantly. Hypocrisy shows a blatant flaw in human intellect or morality, and that is why we have traditionally found it frustrating in western society. But this is changing. Our society is embracing moral and intellectual insanity.

Here is a video of a so called "Nigerian intellectual" telling the BBC that Trump is racist for telling a judge that he could not make proper judgement within the US courts because he is Mexican. A false statement to begin with but when Emmet Tyrell confronts her statement, she says only seconds after her statement that Mr. Tyrell has no right to make judgements about race or racism being that he is a white male. One moment we are not allowed to judge someone's judgement based on national, ethnic or racial background, but then we are able to judge someone based on their racial/ethnic background.

As Orwell said, "all animals are equal, but some are more equal than others."

Ladies and gentlemen, 1984 is upon us.

The Left blames ISIS attacks on white christians

Too often I am forced to confront pro Marxists and anti-Christian leftists about their lack of concern and response pertaining to ISIS and their violent attacks. There is a common retort and narrative they have formulated in response. They seem to believe that the violence of ISIS is a result of US and Western powers within the middle east. They seem to think that if the United States never had any military presence within the middle East, then there would be zero, or at least minimal, violence within the Middle East.

The violence between Sunni and Shia Muslims has existed for over 1,500 years. Violence against Christians at the hands of jihadists has existed for over 1,500 years and there are literally thousands of examples of mass genocides and oppression of Christian peoples through out the history of Islam.

The mass slaughters are nothing new to the region and any myth that the Middle East was ever a region of love and unity needs to be debunked and exposed for the revisionism and lie that it is.

Of course, the left will use examples of nations within the Middle East embracing secular ideals and "democracy". They will site time periods in our recent history and harp on about times of great economic prosperity and peace within places like Iran, Iraq, etc.

Simply ask these people who excuse the violence of jihadists what the Yazidi children did to merit the violence of ISIS? Ask them how US policy lead to the slaughter and attack on Armenian, Assyrian and Syriac Christians throughout places like Syria and Iraq. Ask them why the Belgian people have faced repeat attacks at the hands of Islamic extremists when Belgium has had nothing to do any military action within the Middle East and has welcomed in massive droves of refugees. Ask them why it is wrong to condemn massive numbers of Muslims for the actions of jihadists but completely politically correct to condemn all Americans, Europeans, and Christians for the actions of the US government?

We need to know that our opposition only embraces one of two things; Pure hatred of Western society and its people, or ignorance.

Frankly I am sick of the EU and the US government bombing Middle Eastern countries and controlling them, but I am also sick of those same countries swinging their doors open to massive numbers of hostile people after the fact, regardless of how valid or invalid those peoples' grievances may or may not be.

Few Americans want their resources and troops in the Middle East but the idea that the common citizen should suffer for the actions and decisions of a wealthy, well secured oligarchy is insane and stupid.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

CNN staging "peaceful" Muslim demonstration.

After the attacks in London, large groups of peaceful Muslims gathered in the city's streets to show solidarity and unity and love and rainbows and all of that crap. They had their hashtag signs, and they even had a child with them. They showed us that Islamic terrorism has nothing to do with Islam.

Or did they?

Seems CNN staged the whole thing, and even failed to admit it when they were caught, calling the footage "nonsense". CNN says that police allowed the demonstrators through the barricades to show their signs.

Problem is, the same group of people, no more than a dozen, were photographed in at least three or four places. Yes, the same group.

Were they paid?

As Paul Joseph Watson pointed out, CNN refuses to play soundbites where the attackers can be heard yelling "this is for Allah", but is staging "peaceful demonstration" photo ops to show that Islam itself is peaceful.

As he said, "we are being conned".

Load your magazines. I like Black Hills 5.56, 77gr OTM. But that's just me.

Another week, another jihad attack in Britain.

Two nearly simultaneous attacks in London yesterday, one at London bridge. At least seven are dead according to the last sources I read.

As usual, you've got all of the heads of Europe proclaiming figuratively to be "standing" with London or whatever such stupid platitudes they spout off with.

Are the hashtags out in force yet? Is everyone changing their profile pic to whatever emotional bullcrap is trending today? How long before the social media attention whores get tired of changing their pic to something that isn't them? At this rate, your profile pic is never going to be anything but a support pic for whoever the jihad victims are this week.

"We are Paris."

"We are London."

"We are Manchester."

"We are London, again."

"We are London, again, ten minutes later."

Who's next?

When is Europe (or all of Western Civilization) going to drop this multiculturalism death wish?

Secure your borders and disallow everyone who tries to get in if they're not offering an obvious benefit to you society.

And I'm sorry, but being brown and exotic is NOT inherently a benefit to your society. Being a REFUGEE is not inherently a benefit to your society. Having no skills and no education is not inherently beneficial to your society.

Western Civilization is not morally obligated to absorb the entire third world.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Is the press making it impossible for Trump to negotiate with Putin?

In this Zerohedge article is transcribed an interview between a Slate reporter (yes, I know Slate is a leftist rag) and a professor of Russian studies. The professor is making an excellent point that this fake "RussiaGate" scandal being fueled by the American press is making it nearly impossible for Trump to negotiate with Putin for the purpose of "tamping down" the "New Cold War" that we are in with Russia.

I have to agree with what the professor is saying. He gives an excellent example of an equivalent: What if JFK had been constantly accused of being a Russian agent (instead of a Vatican agent, like he  was wrongly accused of being) during the Cuban missile crisis? How could JFK even begin negotiations with Nikita Khrushchev in that type of press climate? Impossible.

So how can Trump possibly sit down at a table with Putin and hold fruitful, statesmanlike negotiations with Putin when the press and a large part of Congress is pursuing this ridiculous Russian hacking conspiracy nonsense? Trump has to take an adversarial stance toward Putin just to have some credibility, which is counterproductive at this point.

Still, there has been no evidence found to support the media narrative against Trump.

Memorial Day tribute (A day late).

PFC Cody Patterson, 75th Ranger Regiment.

SGT Patrick Hawkins, 75th Ranger Regiment.

SSG Richard Vazquez, 7th Special Forces Group.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Congress has made almost no progress on gun liberties.

The Hearing Protection Act has almost 200 sponsors in the US House of Representatives and almost a dozen in the US Senate. Yet, despite being introduced in January (or maybe February) the bill has had absolutely zero movement whatsoever.

National reciprocity also has some support, but again, no progress has been made on that cause either.

Despite gun liberties being part of Trump's agenda, and part of Republican congressional agendas for years, the republicans have not made a single move.

Some have said that simply getting elected and not enacting gun control measures is good enough, as "Hillary would have already passed gun control laws in her first month".

I'm sorry, but if Hillary can "pass" gun control laws in her first month, then why can't a republican congress and White House even bring a gun Liberty bill to a congressional committee for debate?

Why is no progress acceptable as long as we aren't taking steps backwards?

The time to strike the iron is NOW. We have both sides of Congress now. We have the White House now. We sort of have the SCOTUS now. So why wait until we don't? Why wait until we've lost one of those pieces? It's going to happen at some point, possibly next round of elections. The republicans hold the by TWO VOTES. Two. Why not make this a priority now, while we've still got those two votes?

One wonders if gun liberties are actually a priority to the republicans at all. Maybe gun liberties are just a convenient rally cry to get the base to vote them into office.

Still no evidence of Russian connections.

There isn't much else to say. Nothing to link to. There hasn't been a single piece of evidence linking Trump to the Russian government. How long are We the People going to be patient with a law enforcement investigative apparatus wasting our time and tax dollars trying to dig up evidence of false connections between Russia and our legally elected administration?

So far, that's what it looks like. A waste of time and money. This "investigation" began before Trump even won the election, with the intelligence collection against the Trump campaign. He's been in office for five months. We can safely say that information on any possible connection between Trump and the Russians has been collected and analyzed for at least the last 8-10 months.

After 8-10 months, no evidence has been found connecting the Trump campaign or the Trump White House to Russia.

How much longer do they need? If you recall, Hillary was claiming her email scandal was old news and not worth discussing after just a few months. Less than a year after Benghazi she was saying THAT was old news, and people actually DIED in that event.

So when does the lack of evidence and the time and money wasted make this story old news?

Probably never. The media and the democrats will string this along for as long as possible. Delegitimization of the administration is the goal.

Techniques for softening "hardened" pinto beans.

Poster "Altoidian" at Survivalist Boards gives some real world advice on how he softened nine year old pintos:

"The oldest pinto beans I could find were 9 years old. I kept them exactly as they came from the grocer shelf in a 5 lb plastic bag. They were not in an air tight container and the storage was my unairconditioned garage. We have hot summers but mild winters and our climate is desert - dry most of the year. So, reading some about the "Hard to cook old bean" stories I tested them. I know the probable reason the beans go hard is an internal reaction - rather a kind of "oxidation" within the bean itself. I suspect it has to do with acidification between the proteins and some loss of moisture. 

So, I decided the proper approach was as follows:

I took 12 ounces of the 9 year old beans, and scanned and rinsed them. I boiled 6 cups of water with two table spoons of baking soda and two table spoons of salt. I "heat shocked" the beans dumping them into the scalding water, brought them to a steady simmer in the brine for one hour (covered), took them off the fire and left them to soak over night (about 9 hours). This morning the water was dark red. I drained it and rinsed the beans which had become chewable but certainly needed more cooking - but no "crunch" at all. Instead they had a rather "hard chocolate" texture... Like the inside of an M&M. I then covered the beans in fresh water, brought them to a boil, and then back down to a steady simmer- tossed in two chicken bullion cubes, and three TBSp of dehydrated onion flakes. Covered and simmered for one hour. Result - Absolutely perfect, delicious pinto beans. Texture is, in fact, a bit over soft. I like my beans with a little resistance to the bite. But, these will do very nice with a few ounces of fried salt pork. There is no after-taste, nor bitterness to them and no taste of too much salt or even a hint of baking soda taste. Absolutely NO crunch at all. Cooked really as well as any other beans I've made - and I love beans with cornbread. Also notice, no pressure cooking at all."

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Two Presidents.

Today Donald Trump, elected President of the US, is arriving at NATO HQ for a NATO summit. He has asked NATO member nations to live up to the pledge to spend at least 2% of GDP on NATO defense costs. The US spends double that already.

At the same time, former president 0bama is on a trip in Europe meeting with leaders, including German chancellor Angela Merkel. He talked about how Islamic jihadis have been marginalized and mistreated, driving them to violence. He is also talking about migrant refugees.

The timing of 0bama's trip is not coincidental. Neither is the content of his discussions.

The two trips perfectly highlight the differences between the two, and also show a conscious effort by 0bama to undermine the legitimacy and effectiveness of the elected Trump administration.

There are still many bureaucrats in the government who were put in place by 0bama to be loyal to his administration. Then once he left, they were to be loyal to Hillary. Instead, they're now in place to undermine Trump.

The US has two presidents. One is the legally elected president of the republic, Trump. The other is the former president, now the behind-the-scenes leader of the "deep state", shadow government.

How well can a president run a country when a large amount of the bureaucracy is actively working against him under the unspoken orders of a "resistance" led by the former president and his ordained successor (who lost the election)?

This is the struggle we are seeing. And make no mistake that the mainstream media, "MSM", is part of the deep state. Hillary's and the DNC's emails show this collusion without a doubt.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The political left wants Western children dead!

Another bombing from Islamic extremists in England, this time targeting young girls and children. When we discuss the black demographics of Europe and North America and the high incarceration rates and death tolls they face at the hands of police, the political left will always insist that this is a result of " systemic racism".

When christians refuse to bake cakes for gay weddings, the left insists that this is a result of "systemic homophobia" within Christian/American culture.

When Islamic adherents bomb, stab, behead, shoot, rape, and molest women and children, we are told that any discussion of this is islamophobia.

We are told by our leftist media outlets, academics and political organizations that we can not address Islam as a religion and its adherents because that would be bigoted, racist and oppressive. The left wing will not allow discussion or condemnation of the cultures and mindsets that promote death and murder of western people.

It does not matter how many murders and attacks take place abroad or in the USA, the political left will defend Islamic culture tooth and nail but quickly condemn Christians, European people and their societies.

I recently met with my girlfriend's mother, who is a neo-liberal, Jewish supremacist. Her mother told me that Islam is a peaceful religion and that white America needs to learn to accept it because soon this will become an Islamic country, and that is good. I asked her how many Islamic nations she has resided in and I encouraged her to take a long residence in one if she felt that way. She replied "I know as a Jewish woman that I would not fair well in an Islamic country!"  I asked her then why she was so eager to import Islam into Western society where those ideals where incompatible with American and Western society and culture. She responded "What's American or Western culture?! There is no such thing as American culture there is no culture here!" Later in the conversation she admitted that she hated the Christian faith and that European white people needed to pay for their crimes against the Jewish people and other minorities.

Through out the conversation she condemned Christians, Europeans, Germans, Americans and White society but then acted as if there was no such thing as European or Western society. European, Western and American society only exists when it is time for them to find wrong doing, but never exists when there is a time for praise.

I pulled my rosaries out from under my shirt, the same ones that I wore in Iraq, and told her that Christians, Americans and Western society has a culture and that I fought for this culture and it's values.

I kissed the crucifix, and this woman began to laugh.

I learned all I needed to know about Jewish supremacism and leftist marxists with that conversation.


FISA Court: 0bama Admin, "serious" Fourth Amendment Violations.

In April, the FISA court ruled that widespread spying on Americans by the 0bama admin is a "serious fourth amendment issue".

MSM will pick this story up in 3... 2... 1... Never.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Trump's 2018 budget cuts 66 federal programs.

Trump has proposed cutting 66 government programs for his 2018 budget, that would apparently save over 26 billion dollars.

I looked at the list in the article, and I heartily agree that all of those should be cut. In fact, I think the list should be much, much longer, but it's a good start. I understand that not everything that needs to be cut can be cut immediately, but it needs to happen ASAP.

The Department of Education and Health and Human Services are both getting cut to the tune of almost $5 billion each, with HUD losing about $4 billion. The State Department/USAID is having over $4 billion in "development aid" cut. Development aid is the money we send to other countries so they can "develop". We need to keep that money.

Importantly, the Green Climate Fund and the Global Climate Change Initiative would be cut, saving taxpayers over $1.5 billion.

I would have liked to see the ATF and DEA lose a bunch of money, and the IRS as well.

So what do we need? We need the waffling Republicans to grow a pair of balls and ram this budget down the Democrats' throats. It's our turn now.

Storing Pinto Beans, Long Term.

I've talked about this in the past, but it's important to come back to this from time to time.

Food storage. You can't eat bullets, and using bullets to take someone else's food isn't a good way to go. It's a good way to come across the wrong person just one time and get killed.

So store your own. I'm doing pinto beans today. They are capable of being stored for long periods of time and are very versatile with cooking. They do not have oils to worry about going rancid.

Go to Sam's Club and get you some pinto beans:

Then go online and get you some one gallon Mylar bags:

Get some 300cc oxygen absorbers:

Get your wife's flat iron. Or your own:

And the rest is easy:

To seal the bags, it only takes a few seconds of the flat iron. Make sure there are no wrinkles, or if there are, it's sealed well. One 300cc oxygen absorber per gallon bag. I have about six pounds of beans in each bag. Leave some space in the bags, and only seal the top inch or so. If you have to cut it open, it can be resealed.

Finished product:

Use a sharpie to label contents and date. My research tells me these beans should be useable for 25+ years of packaged correctly, like above.

Storing white rice is exactly the same steps. Salt and sugar are the same, EXCEPT YOU WILL USE DESSICANT MOISTURE ABSORBERS AND NOT OXYGEN ABSORBERS. Why is that in all caps? Because oxygen absorbers will turn your granulated salt and sugar into a rock.

One 300cc oxygen absorber (you can see one sticking out of the pinto beans a couple pictures above) is good for a one gallon Mylar bag. You'll need 5gm of dessicant moisture absorbers for the same size Mylar bag of salt or sugar. Either a single 5gm dessicant packet, or five of the little 1gm packets. I've done both.

I prefer to then put the sealed Mylar bags into HDPE2 five gallon buckets with sealing lids. That will protect the bags from damage.

Note: After some years, maybe 12, pintos can become hard to cook. Literally, they'll be a bit hard and crunchy. Pressure cooking with some baking soda should solve that issue. Also, making refried beans is a way around that eventual hardness.

I've also been informed by IamZeke at Survivalist Boards that lentils can be put through the exact same packaging process described above, with "softer" long term results.

Rutherford Institute: Police "Knock and Talk" Tactics.

Police often use so called "knock and talk" tactics to coerce individuals into allowing the police to enter their homes and conduct warrantless searches for whatever can be used to incriminate the people inside.

The Rutherford Institute has an excellent Q&A on police "Knock and Talk" tactics.

Found this at WRSA. And also, this video, made by a defense attorney AND a longtime police detective, on exactly why you should never talk to the police.

Manchester bomber identified.

The Manchester suicide bomber has been identified as 22 year old Salman Abedi. He was born in Manchester after his parents fled Libya as refugees during the regime of Muammar Qaddafi.

The religion of peace, again.

Now they are questioning whether he acted alone or with assistance.

My word: He had assistance. A ball bearing suicide vest is a sophisticated explosive device. Was Abedi an expert bomb maker? I doubt that.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Return of Kings: Why White People are Dying Off.

Why White People are Dying Off, posted on Return of Kings.


Feminism, materialism, liberalism (neo-liberalism, not classical). RoK explains each in detail.

Suicide bomber detonated outside Manchester arena.

Hours ago, a suspected suicide bomber blew himself up outside of a concert arena in Manchester, England. As of right now, they're saying 19+ are dead and at least 50 are injured.

Terror attack outside of Manchester arena.

Sorry, it's a link to NBC, but they're currently only reporting what the authorities are telling them. They haven't yet decided how to lie to you about it. So I think the article is ok, for now. Surely, they at NBC and other MSM outlets are desperately hoping it was a white guy who did it.

This attack, if what we are hearing is true, shows another evolution in terrorist tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs). We have gotten used to heavy security measures at arena and stadium entrances, and inside the venues during whatever show we are there for. But what about the massive crowds that pour out after the show? Not everyone will arrive at the same time, but generally speaking, they do leave at the same time. It's not easy to get a suicide vest loaded with ball bearings into a major venue of they've got any sort of security protocols happening, but it's REALLY easy to simply wait around for the end of the show for the mass exodus.

Saturday, May 20, 2017

IDPA clubs and events.

Have you taken a look at the IDPA? They hold fun defensive pistol competitions all over the country, and there is sure to be one near you.

Wondering if it's for you? The IDPA is for the AVERAGE pistol carrier, with an average rig, regular everyday pistol setup. It's not meant for the pros with all of their gear and fancy rigs and sponsors. It's meant for the average Joe with his normal clothing and everyday concealed carry setup.

It is for you. The purpose isn't winning (though there are "winners"). The purpose is having fun and improving yourself.

Front Page Mag: The left doesn't want to secede, it wants to rule.

The Left Doesn't Want to Secede, It Wants to Rule.


"There is no form of legal authority that the left accepts as a permanent institution. It only utilizes forms of authority selectively when it controls them. But when government officials refuse the orders of the duly elected government because their allegiance is to an ideology whose agenda is in conflict with the President and Congress, that’s not activism, protest, politics or civil disobedience; it’s treason."

Z Man: American Vendée, a French Revolution comparison.

Z Man puts words to something I've said in the past, that maybe the US is experiencing it's own version of the French Revolution.

Pay close attention to the fact that the French Revolution was not a peasant uprising against the King. It was firstly a political action of the well off Jacobins.

Pay attention also to the fact that the Revolution went too far in the wrong direction.

After all of the events of the French Revolution, they ended up with Napoleon Bonaparte.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Investigator: Murdered DNC staffer sent 44k DNC emails to Wikileaks.

A federal investigator working on the murder case of Seth Rich, a DNC staffer who worked for the DNC during the primary campaign season, has revealed that Rich's computer shows he was in contact with Wikileaks. Rich was discovered to have sent them over 44,000 DNC emails showing that the DNC was actively sabotaging the Bernie Sanders campaign in order to ensure that Hillary Clinton would win the party's nomination.

Seth Rich was found murdered on a sidewalk in Washington D.C. in July of 2016, having been shot from behind at point blank range. Nothing was stolen from him.

Robert Gore at the Straight Line Logic blog connects the dots for us.

Monday, May 15, 2017

Cyber attacks and ransomware attacks.

Last week the... Entire world... Was hit with a Ransomware attack that cripple computer networks all over the world.

A ransomware attack is basically when a hacker encrypts all of the files on your computer, rendering it useless. The hacker demands a ransom in exchange for giving you unlock key. Usually a low ransom, $300-$500 is most common. After you pay (The FBI does suggest you simply pay the ransom. Heh.), the hackers almost certainly give you the key. If they were known for not doing so, no one would pay. If you don't pay, your computer files are lost forever, unless you've backed them up and are willing to reconfigure the entire machine after having it reimaged. Either way, a headache.

Well, back to events. The world's largest ever hack attack, and it's a ransomware worm called "WannaCry" that is using an exploit called "Eternal Blue".

Eternal Blue is an exploit in Microsoft's OS that was discovered (Created?) by... You guessed it... The NSA. Now the NSA has a choice like it always does when it "discovers" and exploit. It can notify the company so they can fix it, or they can keep it secret for themselves for their own use. You guessed it again. They kept it secret.

Hacker group "Shadow Brokers" was able to glean this info from the NSA, either by hacking their networks or getting it through some anonymous source. They've turned it into a ransomware worm and are encrypting files on networks in at least 150 countries. A worm is a self-spreading computer virus.

The group demands $300 paid within three days for the unlock key, but if the amount isn't paid, they increase it to $600 to be paid in seven days. If no payment, no unlock. Done. The payments are demanded in the cryptocurrency, Bitcoin.

The attack has managed to cripple healthcare networks all over Great Britain and wreaked havoc across Europe. Some companies in the US have temporarily suspended use of their email systems in order to prevent infecting their networks.

The attacks slowed over the weekend but are expected to start up again... Today.

If healthcare networks are crippled easily by this, then why not other networks?

Automated train routing systems? Dam flow rate control systems? Stock market networks? Nuclear plant emergency cooling systems? The power grid? Telecommunications systems? Food distribution hubs? Water companies and other utilities? Sewage treatment plants? What about your "smart" cars and TVs?

Did I mention the power grid?

The last two largest hacks of all time, "Flame" and "Stuxnet" were both created and implemented by state actors (The US created both, possibly assisted by Israel). We already know this one was created/discovered by the NSA. What are the odds that it's being used by a state actor, as well? China? Russia? The US again? Or maybe it "escaped" like the Flame virus did. Or maybe it really is being used by non-state hackers. It's certainly possible today.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Christian churches in Iraq being reclaimed

According sources on the ground within the Christian militias, the war against ISIS is nearing an end. Some estimate that the conflict will continue for another 4-6 months before the country is rid of this horrific threat. Murad, the leader of of the Christian ethnically Armenian and Assyrian village of Havresc in Kurdistan, took us through a recently liberated church. 
It has been horrifically damaged, but the rebuilding process has begun.  

Saturday, May 13, 2017

How to talk to the police.

This is not "anti-police", it is not disrespectful.

It's logical.

The police are legally allowed to lie to you. You are NOT legally allowed to lie to them. They are legally allowed to twist your words and trick you into incriminating yourself, they call it "verbal judo" (look that up). I've been told this by actually LEOs and my research supports it as well. This is not my opinion. This is a fact, and this fact does not care about your attitudes toward police or how you worship them or hate them or any of your other emotional reactions to hearing it. It is a fact, and it is immovable.

You can "support police" all you want, put "blue line" decals on your car, wave your flags, use the "one bad apple" defense, whatever. But the logic is unassailable that you probably should avoid talking to someone who has the "legal authority" I just described.

This is not a post related to any specific police officer's behavior or any news stories about cops doing this or that. It's just a simple, unbiased, factual statement.

I did not say to insult them. I did not say to attack them. I didn't say to disrespect them or hate them. I simply said, do not talk to them if you can ever help it. Say as little as possible. Saying nothing is preferable.

"If you're not breaking the law, you have nothing to worry about!"

Wrong. You don't get to decide if what you're doing is "breaking the law". They get to decide that.