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Monday, February 19, 2018

Child Sacrifice of the Left

These are times that illustrate the reason the United States of America were designed as a REPUBLIC and not a DEMOCRACY. Despite the insistence of politicians to describe our republic as a democracy, it is at just such times as these, of high emotion, that a republic was preferred and not by just a little bit. All of the founders understood that a democracy allows for the majority to decide individual rights based on votes, based on emotion, based on prejudice, but that a republic is designed to ensure individual rights against precisely the hysteria we see in the wake of the Parkland shooting.

At the church I attended last Sunday, a sheriff deputy's car was parked out front and the deputy sheriff was inside, armed and making eye contact with everyone who entered. It was a bit odd to see him standing there in uniform, but at many of the services I attend there are one or two open carry individuals in the congregation, so it wasn't the idea of the weapons being present, but by who presented them. This is the state of our nation. Where there is an occasion for mass killings, there MUST be armed resistance. 

Now, the collectivist left have found a tragedy they think they can exploit. The Parkland, Florida shooting is just what they had in mind to push their gun-grabbing agenda, but there are a few things standing in their way, one is the fact of our republic, even as tattered as it is. Another is the sheer illogical conclusions to which they have come.

First, this is a republic, not a democracy. The majority has absolutely no say in what rights the individual has. Those rights, though often treated as privileges in many states and cities, remain rights, the security of which may have to be defended the old-fashioned way, through force. Chief among them is the right to self-defense using whatever tools one is most comfortable with, including and especially guns. This is not up for debate, it is not even up for discussion. Hold all of the meetings and all of the discussions that one chooses to have, but it still comes down to having to enforce whatever law is agreed upon by people who were not elected to arbiter our rights away, but to defend them with the full force of law. Granted, they may take the coward's way out, they are good at that, but then it falls to us to enforce our own rights. One only possesses the rights they are willing to defend with their lives.

Second, their conclusion that some sort of gun restrictions will end school shootings is absolutely false. There are only two solutions to school shootings: 1) end public schools and the congregation of hundreds of children in the same place at the same time; 2) harden those schools with armed guards, administrators and/or teachers. Simply putting the weapons in their hands will stop mass killings at schools. It has worked at every venue it has been tried, schools are no different. 

If those solutions are not part of the discussion, then there can be no solution at all and only a gigantic social upheaval that will make the occasional school shooting pale in comparison to the carnage served up by one section of the nation deciding to debilitate, unarm and make victims of the other half. Everywhere there is strict gun control there is rampant crime, a concentration of gang violence and murder rates that are unacceptable to those of us who understand what a republic is and how it works.

No one clamoring for gun restrictions today will have to stand in front of the murder victims of tomorrow and explain their point of view to the widows and orphans caused by their emotional stupidity. They will not have to explain why, having got their way today, that, their cities have increased in theft, rape, murder or home invasion. Every day these crimes are stopped by those defending themselves with weapons, with guns and some statistical increase will never draw an accusing finger in their direction. It is simply emotional reaction to a problem easily solved, yet completely ignored in the 19 years since the school shooting at Columbine High School.   

To be even more blunt, it is the administrators, the teachers and the cities that have caused the rash in school shootings over the past 19 years, because they will not recognize reality and set their political (collectivist) leanings aside for fear of encouraging the proliferation of guns, even though that is exactly what has been prescribed for this issue and proven time and time again elsewhere. It is a particularly cruel ideology that offers up these children, purposely defenseless over and over to whatever demented individual commandeers a weapon just so they will not be seen as losing some political argument. But, they have lost and what they have lost are the lives of other people's children.

But, let us not enter into this effort to confiscate our weapons with any other intent than to make it the first shot in the inevitable civil war, because even suffering one more compromise only leads us to the future, where many more are envisioned. This issue should not be settled with anything less than a division of the nation into smaller, pieces more likely to secure our liberties, because this old framework has been cracked and nothing resembling the republic will remain once they accomplish a disarmament.

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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Public School Death Traps

From a comment on the previous post NO! came an idea that has come of age. Why are we still sending our children to schools? What justification, after all of the carnage and all of the other problems inherent to pubescent and pre-pubescent children congregating in these social indoctrination centers can the collectivists offer?

Curriculums can be purchased and given online. Everyone has some access to the internet and those curriculums need not be data intensive to allow even low data usage accounts to access the information and take the courses. Naturally, there is some degree of risk for fraud, where parents actually do the work for the children, but at present there is a huge amount of social advancements taking place anyway. Cheating is cheating, whether done on the individual or institutional levels. The risk that poorly educated adults will do the work of poorly educated children is probably as beneficial as it is problematic.

For everyone else, who is accustomed to sending their children off to school so that they can have a life outside of their children, that is not the purpose of school, it is to educate, or more likely in government run schools, indoctrinate. Perhaps, this is the opportunity for the failing school systems to be rectified, for parents to rediscover their primary responsibility, which is to raise educated and functional adults.

The resistance to this idea will come mostly from those who benefit from the current system: liberal collectivist educators; teachers unions; government entities that tax everything in order to provide a substandard education (it now commonly takes 5 years to get a 4 year degree); collectivist organizations, who benefit from a previously programmed populace inclined to support their efforts and etc.

What has been proven over the past several years is that government schools no longer serve their intended purpose of educating. They have become social engineering venues. School boards are resistant to input from parents who find the social engineering aspects of their local schools as degenerate and profane.

Schools, because of their leftist bent and collectivist trajectory, are unable to come to grips with threats to the student body. In the nineteen years since the Columbine school shooting none of the government schools have embraced the logical defense against armed assailants, which would be to provide armed resistance on site. Relying on a police force to stop the carnage is and has been shown to be ineffective.

Instead, the solution to school shootings presented by the collectivists is to ban guns in the greater society. Gun confiscation is a hallmark of collectivists, who believe that the ultimate authority in society is the state. That goes against the founding of this nation and the concept of individual rights and the understanding that the individual is the ultimate authority in society, responsible for their own defense, their own housing, their own transportation, their own selection of representatives, their own incomes, their own clothing and yes, their own education. The more instances in which the individual can reduce their reliance on the state the greater the degree of liberty one might exercise.

To do away with schools would accomplish a lot in the understanding of individual rights and responsibilities that should be promoted diligently in our society, but is not in order to accommodate the recent push toward collectivism. Schools are largely responsible for this soft coup that has taken place over the past 100 years or so.

Government schools are unnecessary. Many children already go to private schools to sidestep the indoctrination of government schools. Vouchers have been resisted by the education cartel at every turn. How many lives might have been saved had vouchers been aggressively issued and smaller, better run schools been in existence?

In the past 20 years technology has allowed advancements in education that have not taken place, because government schools resist change, resist experimentation into different methods of delivering education. Government schools are a retardant to innovation. They, like unions in general, resist evolution and rely on protectionism to maintain the status quo, no matter how backward and destructive that status quo might be.

It is time to be innovative for the children. It is time to provide protection to the children. It is time to free the children from these death traps called public schools.

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Thursday, February 15, 2018

NO!

It is difficult in the aftermath of the Parkland, FL shooting to have to come up with such a stance, but  the collectivist left leaves no alternative. No, we will not give up our guns, not now, not if you have another hundred school shootings. Columbine was the worst school shooting in history nearly 19 years ago, 19! In the aftermath, while law enforcement stood about outside the building unsure of whether to enter, or where, or if the shooting was ongoing, America has still not solved the issue of school shootings.

Why so many shootings at schools? They are easy targets for one, they are filled with kids, unable and uninclined to defend themselves. They are "gun-free" zones, at least until the armed assailant enters that pristine atmosphere, knowing that no harm will come to him, that he will be the ultimate in power for the first time in his life. That he might hold teenage grudges against people who did not treat him appropriately, from his perspective, is just another reason to attack a school.

The real question is why on earth, after so many school shootings have the schools not done more to harder their defenses. Metal detectors are of no consequence to the dedicated shooter. The only thing that has ever worked to minimize or prevent school shootings is armed response. So, after 19 years of carnage, false flags and even possibly FBI initiated or tolerated murders of students going to school, in order to secure an assault weapons ban, the way they tolerated thousands of Mexican deaths during Fast and Furious, the way they tolerated the death of Brian Terry, the schools themselves have not done the one thing that could have stopped it, right then. If the coach, who was also a security guard for the school had been armed, perhaps he would have been able to trade a few rounds back at the demented shooter instead of essentially being a bullet catcher for the rounds fired by the shooter.  Heroic, yes, absolutely, but more heroic would have been to stop the killing, not to just be one of the killed, no matter how well-intentioned it might be.

Yes, I already hear the drumbeat for gun control, for what other purpose would so many collectivist school systems have allowed their children to be slaughtered, except that they see that by every sacrifice of children they offer up, the collectivist goal of gun confiscation gets closer and closer. That is a sick and demented mentality, the same sort of sick mentality it takes to kill millions of Jews and millions of Russian citizens, with the idea of a better outcome at the end. But, sometimes the end does not justify the means that NO end justifies the means of allowing hundreds of children to be slaughtered all for the idea of some legislation getting through congress and had I not had a front-row-seat to the Fast and Furious scandal, I would not even contemplate that our government officials would be as callous and cynical as to engage in such activities, but they have and since they have, they will in the future.

Granted, many school officials are just timid, who fear weapons of self defense as much as they fear a pay cut, or a strike, but that does not alleviate them from the responsibility to look at the solution to such massacres and to employ it. Since they have not, they are culpable in the slaughter themselves. So, when they look out at the law-abiding public and point a finger at them and proclaim that they should not be allowed to employ guns to defend themselves, the answer can only be NO.

Guns are used numerous times a day to deter crime, most of which are never reported to the police, because the gun owner has no reason to involve police in a situation where a firearm was used to deter crime. It simply serves no purpose. The threat was dealt with and the perpetrator ran away. Unless the weapon is actually fired, there is no reason to involve the police. So, this statistic does not show up in studies, it is just a personal anecdote told by the criminal or the person required to defend himself. There is also no reason for all of these people, who rely on weapons to defend themselves and their property to do without that protection, to encourage crime in that way all because schools have not learned the lessons given to them over the past 19 YEARS.

If you're stupid and you know it, raise your hand. Being educated by gun-grabbing collectivist teachers and professors does not give one the right to expose millions of fellow Americans to the criminal element with whom they must decide life and death every single day. Your privileged perspective has no relevance on the street level, where these issues are determined. We will keep our guns, our freedoms, our lives, our wallets and our inventory. Thanks for playing.

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Sunday, February 11, 2018

Reader's Comment

This was a comment by Mountain Forge, but he is unable to leave comments on my site as others have encountered as well, but when I tried to put it in comments it was too long, something he could have edited by himself if he had been able to leave the comment. So, I am posting it here, because I think he raises some good points and illustrates some of my on the previous post.

Mountain Forge

I agree with TL. If anything TL's insight into how no matter what if we are to be free people have the liberty we want we are ultimately and practically responsible. That it all begins, and ends with each of us.

There are no other arguments but how we act in a manner commiserate with our duty, honorably, in individual and collective responsibility.

Get over that hurdle and that is where positive change can then begin.

But first we have to bravely and honestly face our own shortcomings and reluctance to personally take matters into our hands.

Everything else is worthless, its just noise. Nothing will be done until we mature to that stage. As men of The West, we have this legacy, Liberty, running through our veins.
Don't get me wrong, this is a real problem which exists. To ignore it or make excuses for it is whistling past the graveyard of a republic. Our forebears suffered from this exact same reluctance and inability to get started with the hard things. They only became revolutionaries in more than name only when a certain number of people chose, its choice here we are talking about in essence, they made the choice to resist and secede in their hearts, their minds intellectually, and in the physical. Its a holistic package. 
No fair weather Patriots. Its has to be four season solders and Patriots.

Sure, life is pretty good in relative terms.

Who wants to risk their families, homes, jobs, property, and lives? Not for casual cause thats for sure. So how do we get over that natural reluctance into the realm of high risk and danger?

Thats the question here.

We get past that hurdle by becoming the plurality with the understanding the idea of rule of law and intent of constitutional governance protects our honor and virtue.

That it is the grand check & balance.

In real terms, blood and flesh living terms, we must be prudent at all costs. It is prudence that is also at the heart of the issues of our time. We get there together as that plurality. This is in simple terms a rare totally unique motive power, a power derived from righteous cause, motivation to do the right thing for liberty so liberty can do for us what it can not and can never do without the motive power of committed free self deterministic individuals behind it.

Thats the lesson, the legacy key the founding people handed off which is the essential ingredient in achieving that plurality which will not be denied. That derives from just cause. It is the moral high ground. It is a thing that requires faith in something larger, and at the same time faith in the plural nature of a solidarity between a group of people who refuse to submit. Faith in the moral and physical courage of our brothers in kind. 

There is great fortifying comfort in that plural dynamic. 

Look to the Poles, how they stuck together against the raw naked power and physical relentless cold blooded military and ideological might of the old Soviet. 

Its true. They accomplished it. They did it because of the just nature of their motivation AND actions. The two are inextricably linked. The tie that binds. Just as the 1st & 2nd Amendmendments are inextricably tied together. If you grok that uniting dynamic you understand the motive, the righteous motive power of us as Patriots refusing to comply with the tyranny and its tyrants breathing down our necks.
The fundamental thing here is it puts the tyrants in the illegitimate position. They have to react, as all tyrants must to defiance, or they loose the illusion of power. But they also loose that illusion of power also when they strike back at the just people who resist and defy them and their tyranny in just cause.
It is a very delicate fine line this tyranny once a Republic walks, it can not survive without some form of consent from a plurality of people also. Consent of the tacit or openly granted kind, in matters not which, but that consent is the keystone to that illusion of legitimacy the tyrants and their system of tyranny holds.

Break that illusion by exposing the tacit nature of tacit consent, and its game over. Then that is wear the action begins. It is the turning point for everyone, nobody gets a free ride then. Thats the strategic move to undermine and reveal the unjust illegal nature of the states power. It is actually down hill in a sense from there. That motive power of moral high ground has the advantage. It is the tyrants who must react, it is actually getting inside their OODA loop. It is then via the use of tactical action, the tyrants are kept off balance, they are always having to use illegitimate methods or means to play catchup and expose themselves as illegitimate to all. It is a process really. The process of denying the tyrants consent through increasing withdrawal of consent, and it is here where that so critical tacit consent evaporates in a second. 

This then the tyrants only have then one means of retaining their grip on the levers of raw naked power, and that is through naked force & violence, and then there is nothing for it, but to collapse, or go full on war against the people. And that only creates more and more people who see that yes it is that bad, and they join the honorable resistance. Because that is what the fighting Patriot is,  the honorable resister. And anyone with good in their heart can get behind that.

That is what TL taught me all those years ago when he sent me 6 copies of The Constitutionalist: Rights To Die For.

It is what he is trying to say here, to you, all of us right here right now.

That nothing is lost if we aren't. There are many forms of Republic. This Republic is not written in stone. It was always a thing that was open to being changed or cast off, it was the whole point. Tyranny is statist, static, it has to be. Liberty is a living thing. It is the unfettered action of free people. that can never be static, or it becomes statism.

Do you see?

Do you understand?

Thursday, February 8, 2018

A Citizen of the Republic

The citizens of a republic must bear an enormous burden. The weight and future of the nation rests solely on their shoulders. Unlike their many counterparts around the world, who consider themselves to be subjects of the king, or comrades of the state, the citizen of a republic owes his allegiance solely to the rule of law. The law is created by the people themselves through their legislators and other citizens are hired to ensure that those laws are obeyed by all equally.

Despite the fact that many politicians today use the term "democracy" in reference to the political system of the United States, nothing could be further from the truth or more intentionally misleading. The citizen of a democracy owes his allegiance solely to the majority opinion, that is a recipe for all sorts of abuses and tyranny of the majority. The distinction is important. A republic defends the interests of the minority against the will of the majority through the rule of law.

That all of this went off the rails a hundred years ago during the progressive era of the early 1900's, does nothing to the underlying responsibility of the people to rectify it. The condition of the American citizen, who is now disregarded, defamed and ignored by the powerful bureaucracies of the federal government is commonly laid at the feet of the failure of the Constitution, but the Constitution is no better or worse than those charged with its defense, the people themselves. No one said that self-government was going to be easy, in fact, it should be the most laborious of all systems. It is not enough to simply fly the American flag on the 4th of July.

The Tea Party, inspired by the economic collapse of 2008, sought to hold their representatives accountable for the excesses of the banking system that simultaneously caused the meltdown and was the greatest beneficiary of it. The further unconstitutional acts of the Obama Administration only infuriated the Tea Party. But, where the Tea Party failed was in a single question: What if replacing representatives, even on a wholesale scale, does nothing to redress the grievances?

The federal government of the United States operates largely on the efforts of non-elected bureaucrats contemptuous of the people and their representatives. Changing a few figureheads through elections does nothing to restore liberty, or restrain the excesses of government.

The bureaucrats are in response to a people who have decided to look to the government for solutions to all sorts of problems; some people get sick from something they ate and the response is to create the Food and Drug Administration; children aren't performing in schools and the response is to create the Department of Education; some criminals flee across state lines to avoid capture and the response is to create the Federal Bureau of Investigation. All of these solutions have created the problems we have today, with an FBI running amok, intransigent and above the law, believing themselves to actually BE the law and powerful enough to deny the citizens any leader that might hold them accountable. They will use the tools given them to defend the law to manipulate elections to deny any politician that might seek to restrain them or reform their bureaus.

Government now acts as the princes and lords of a mythical king. The American people can only look to themselves for a solution to problems this big. The progressive era ushered in a century ago began the long trek towards the overthrow of the republic. Now that the metamorphosis to collectivism is nearly complete the people find themselves at the mercy of people like Comey, Strzok and Mueller, enabled by people like Obama and Clinton.

It will not fix itself. One can watch breathlessly while crimes are uncovered and treason is unmasked, but no one in Washington anticipates that the criminals will go to prison or the traitors will be executed, because all of the actors in this play are the masters, not the slaves. They are not the lowly citizens of a defunct republic.

But, I urge you, as the only legitimate source of political power in a republic, the citizen, to exercise that power. Demand prison for the criminals and executions of the traitors with the full understanding that if you do that, it will initiate a civil war, because a third of your fellow citizens have already embraced that new collectivist state. It is evident in the Bernie Sanders voters who sought to formalize the socialist/communist state the republic has drifted toward over the past several decades. Your fellow citizens are already complicit in the death of the republic and will not help you save it. Do not act now, as a citizen of the republic, and you will embrace the collectivist state yourself.

Most of those reading this will opt for leisure instead of work and consign themselves to the recognition of themselves as part of the collective, but others will take up the shovel with which to bury the collectivist state. There is time to see if Trump and Sessions can rise to the occasion and fulfill the role God has laid out for them as defenders of the republic, but a citizen of the republic should do so while preparing their gear.

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Sunday, February 4, 2018

Real Bullets and Garrotes

After reading numerous articles on the release of the memo and what it means, it seems clear to me that no one is completely grasping the situation in which we find ourselves as a people, as a nation. One only gets a clear picture of the situation if they read not only the conservative reaction to the memo, but also the liberal reaction.

Above I referenced "ourselves as a people" but that, clearly, is no longer true. This is not a new discovery, but an acknowledgement of an old one.

In fact, the only point of political agreement between liberal and conservatives is that we should burn it all to the ground and start over. As intolerable as it would have been for me to see Hillary Clinton take the reins of the Justice Department and the Department of Homeland Security, knowing her penchant for secret police utilization and wanton disregard for not only the Constitution but any law standing between her and her goals, it is just as intolerable for liberals to see Donald Trump in the Oval Office, despite the fact that he has demonstrated only the opposite nature. It is the fact that he IS Donald Trump, not what he has done or is likely to do that upsets them.

They hate Donald Trump, because he is not Hillary and the conversion from a weakened, destabilized republic into a full-throated communist state has apparently ceased. All the work done by the destroyers of the republic has now been sacrificed. The idea that we have borders drives them insane, because it protects the republic by failing to dilute the voting population with people unconcerned about the survival of the republic, but actively determined to wreck it.

They hate Donald Trump, because he is going to (and already has) strengthen the economy (which is no tremendous feat since Barack Obama had spent so much of his energy trying to destroy the economic advantages of capitalism and keeping misery high enough to warrant a communist conversion and interracial antagonism that simply standing aside would have accomplished much of the Trump expansion).

They hate Donald Trump, because during the State of the Union address he demonstrated to the independent voters, a largely untapped source of votes big enough to overcome the recent liberal invasion of illegal aliens and "refugees," that the news reports of him being strictly a racist hater were untrue and that there were some very solid reasons for opposing open borders, good reasons, patriotic reasons.

We are a nation trying to be two nations and there are those on both sides of the argument who willingly and actively want to start the fire that burns the whole thing to the ground so they can have their way, but they still may not get it and the nation will have been burnt to ruins in the process. I would prefer that we find a way to agree to disagree and find some way to facilitate the divisions on a political level, not unlike making West Virginia out of Virginia. That would be the best for everyone. The communists could have their utopia for as long as it lasts and they can still loot the benefits of capitalism until they come to the understanding that they will have to wage war on the conservative section to continue their looting spree and start a war.

Meantime, the conservative section could unleash largely unfettered manufacturing and business interests with necessary, but not cumbersome and taxing regulations designed to thwart and loot their efforts. Guns would proliferate and training for the inevitable civil war could ensue, because all conservatives know that when the liberals turn their new nation into (and I quote here) a shithole, they will do all they know how to do and start a war.

The politics of the memo only drive home the extent to where this is the ultimate outcome of current events. It is a stage of nationhood that, like puberty, is a necessary aspect of an aging society. We have well-defined sides, polar opposite goals, high-level government officials determined to risk treason in order to effect the conversion to communism. The only real question left, at this point, is whether conservatives have enough high-level government officials willing to risk civil war to hold the treasonous accountable for their actions. The answer to that question determines whether the gloves come off and the communists already in control of much of government go after the timid conservatives in government with real bullets and garrotes, or the conservatives stiffen and put them in prison, all of them, to keep them from doing just that.

This is where it is sort of a shrug of acknowledgement that it doesn't really make a difference which way it goes, except in body count and the amount of blood in the drainage system. Lack of resolve, in this situation is just as deadly as sterling resolve, because the first moves in this ultimate game of nation domination have already been made and there is no way to shake it off now.

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Sunday, January 21, 2018

Denial of Service

It is the responsibility of the people to rectify the excesses of their government. This would be easy, almost automatic, if half of the people of this nation were not dedicated to the destruction of the founding principles. The things that capitalism, freedom and honest representation have allowed to flourish like innovation, invention and wealth have been co-opted to serve the latent welfare state. The efforts of the creators and producers have been hampered by the overwhelming weight of regulations and layers of government bureaucracy. The amount of wealth and innovation that have been stymied by the persistence of the state to loot these efforts to fund their vote-buying schemes is incalculable. They have used the centuries of wealth creation to destroy the source of it.

This is what your government has done and not just elected officials, but more accurately the devious schemes of bureaucrats. They have bankrupted the treasury; viewed the citizen as an enemy; turned their backs on their pleas; imported others to vote against these pleas; and sought to reduce their lives to debt service for their grand schemes.

We owe them nothing. We owe this corrupted system nothing. When one claims to be an American, what does that mean? It used to mean someone who endorsed the concepts of freedom of speech; of private property; of individual state government controlled by legal and local voters; of the right to self defense using any and all means; of equality before the law; of liberty that did not infringe another's liberty.

What does it mean now? Being an American now means being, in every way, anti-American, against those things that made us great, powerful and wealthy. The only way it is now  understood to be an American is to be in favor of forced and unexamined immigration; to be against corporations that provide jobs and create revenue; to be against legal and ethical representation instead favoring a corrupt pay-for-play scheme; to be for a monolithic media that champions these views and discourages and defames the views of the original American.

When confronted with these realities, which are neither new, nor unacknowledged, what is the individual to do? America used to understand the power of the individual and the power of the individual to act in concert and cooperation with other individuals each understanding the goal and tactics necessary to achieve it without conference, but through simple common sense.

Common sense dictates that there is one source of  destructive liberalism, which is more accurately identified as collectivism, because it is undisguised communism at its root, which is found in densely-populated urban areas. These areas are not self-sustaining, they are sustained by the efforts of those outside the densely-populated urban areas, both in natural resources and tax revenues. It is a robbery of sorts with the proceeds of that robbery being used to further hamper and confiscate the wealth of the less-densely-populated areas. It is a war of mob rule that has already been lost by the sparsely populated, but highly productive areas.

Common sense dictates that the only way to combat this theft, this ravaging, is to deny service to the densely populated areas that will be unable to sustain themselves and turn to riots and pillaging of what resources are left within their jurisdictions.

Denial of service (DoS) is also dictated by common sense and is within the power of the individual. As labor unions have long demonstrated to great effect, the denial of service is a powerful way to achieve a collective goal of capitulation without breaking the law or engaging in physical violence (at least some of the time).

Taking the legislative path, as New California has chosen to do, is commendable and gets at the heart of this pillaging and lack of representation of the sparsely-populated producers, but expecting a legislative answer to a legislative problem is irrational. It does highlight the level of injustice done to the citizens subjected to an overpowering collectivist agenda. The agreement of two collectivists against the third member of society who is a republican (as in republic, not the political party) carries no weight where the whole construct of the political system is required to reflect republican values. It is equivalent to two illegal immigrants voting for legal status against one legal citizen voting against it. It begins from an illegitimate foundation and can offer no justice.

Knowing this is the justification for denial of service. One must first eliminate the illegitimate foundation of collectivism to unleash the legitimate power of republicanism. Then a vote can be taken.

Denial of service requires that those disenfranchised by a collectivist system bring to bear all of their ability, in whatever capacity in which they might be employed or have specific and intimate knowledge of technical systems that might be used to establish the denial of service do so. It is an individual effort without necessity of conspiracy or assistance.

This is what all of the gerrymandering and bureaucratic usurpations, all of the political maneuvering to nullify and neuter the Constitution have resulted in for the average American. One last ditch effort to save the republic; the concepts of freedom, property and privacy. One more generation and it will all belong to the state and all ideas of denial of service will be punishable by death.

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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

The Coming Division

Ideas are dangerous things. They frighten the people in power, who must always guard against rebellion. Those in power will defend that power with all necessary force, which leads them inexorably into the territory of tyranny, however softly applied, there is the understanding that the severity of their defense will increase as these ideas that threaten their power become more prevalent.

If this sounds cryptic, it should not. Here is an idea that they are not going to like. The two people of this nation divided along ideological lines of liberty and communism can never again be reconciled. The divisions are marked by a map of the counties that voted for Trump and those who voted for Clinton.
The biggest reason that these two sets of voters cannot live together has more to do with the known fact that the people who voted for Clinton were willing to elect a vastly corrupt and criminal person in order to pursue their goal of collectivism. Those who voted for Trump did so more to eliminate Republican candidates that were in clear collusion with the Clinton criminal gang, than out of admiration for the man himself. 

These are politics being played at a much more sophisticated level than the MSM is willing to concede, or they would have answered by now the question that seems to frustrate them the most: Why did the people elect Trump? Actually, they are really trying to figure out how Clinton could have lost given the ample support and positive media she received, the millions of dollars and illegal support she obtained from the FBI, CIA, NSA, DNC and foreign governments and individuals. 

This is what our politics will be from this point forward: corrupt. Those who voted for Trump are being eliminated, their votes diluted by illegal immigrants, their lives harassed by constant opposition from BLM, Antifa and other Soros-funded chaos creators. Their history will be destroyed and their cries for justice ignored. 

Look at the map, all those red swaths reduced to nothing by the few concentrated blue patches. This is intolerable, unjust and criminal. 

I no longer care about justification. For the longest time I used this blog to reach out to fence-sitters to encourage them to get off of it and to get on our side, the side standing for justice, freedom of speech, privacy and the right to defend ourselves, or alter the government. There are many others that read this blog that do not need to be encouraged, who have been there the whole time. Okay. It's time to start putting some effort into it. 

The one thing I know is this: no one will ever see our actions as being legitimate. We will always be uneducated, poor racists lashing out at progress and the advancement of humanity. The truth is foreign to them and arguing to make them see the truth and legitimacy of our stance is useless. Accepting that is the first step to creating this division in the nation that must take place. Unless you choose to be ruled by the blue patches in the map above, it is time to reject it along with the current construct of the United States of America. It has run its course. It was an experiment in self-government that has had the end that de Toqueville foresaw. 

We have bloodsuckers bleeding the citizens dry, going in debt, then, when they are called on their malfeasance and criminality, they simply import other citizens who do not understand their rights or even care about anything other than government hand outs. They import slaves to the government to overwhelm those who create the food and fuel and vote against the interests of the producers. They implement their coup through the ballot box until they convince themselves that keeping up the illusion of voting is pointless and counter-productive. (look for that as soon as a Democrat wins the presidency again)

If you are still on the fence, stay there. If you can see what is happening and detest it, get ready. Things are about to change.

Monday, January 8, 2018

After The Fire

The deep state, the intelligence and investigative apparatus of the United States has been used to attempt a coup on a then prospective and now sitting president. This is as dangerous a time for the republic as has ever been in our history and it goes by with a shrug. Maybe these people will be held accountable, maybe they won't, but we are irreparably damaged by the knowledge of it. It is why so many of us saw the ultimate election of Hillary Clinton as a demarcation point in our willingness to go along with this sham of a government.

There is some thought that Sessions will ultimately, through a special counsel or some other functionary get to the bottom of this coup, but the true fact is, they should already be lined up against the wall. What Comey, et al did was much more serious than a few felonies, the violation of FBI policy, or something akin to crossing against the light. This was an attempt at the highest levels to rig an election, overthrow the government and install a permanent police state much more aggressive than we have already seen. The startling fact of it is, they thought they could do so without a shot being fired, except at those like Seth Rich. And, they were right. It nearly worked.

Forgetting history for a moment, because there are all sorts of folks out there who can already tell you about the rigging of the 1960 election and the coup against Kennedy and so it is not like this is the first time all of this has happened. By many accounts the most important electoral coup against the traditional system happened when Woodrow Wilson was bought and paid for by the big industrial barons of the times. But, just because this is not the first, does not mean that it should go by as just another coup. When the coup becomes normalized, well that's all there is left and we quickly find ourselves living out a Guatemalan nightmare.

This moment in time is special and important largely because this coup is and has taken place not as a fact of history gleaned from decades of study and pieced together from shards of evidence to be revealed in some great, but obscure tome that will change the historical narrative of politics into the future, but because it is and has happened right before our eyes, on television, through twitter and FOIA requests. The evil actors are not long-dead souls best left to rest, but the living, breathing and in some cases still employed agents of our own government expecting to receive pensions having taken part in this treason and having been caught at it.

The truth is Donald Trump is no savior, there is no government solution to government corruption as much as we would all like to see justice done, justice against a corrupt political system can only be served up by the people themselves. I think some of this has already taken place, either to attack Donald Trump or simply to attack the system, but attacks have taken place. Our children are growing up with the understanding that the government is corrupt and in many respects evil. It is also highly vulnerable to random acts of cyber-terrorism, something the latest generation understands better than most.

It is now imperative, in my view, to bring it all down. At this point there is not enough left to save. Whether through cyber attacks or mechanical monkey-wrenching, there is no longer a reason to sustain some sense of propriety, that the system will police itself. It won't and more, it no longer can. There comes a level of corruption that is irresistible to even the most honest of men.

Ultimately, this is what Jefferson was talking about when he mentioned the tree of liberty. If one takes the time to read the statements made surrounding the Constitutional Convention, they will understand that this experiment of ours was never envisioned to last hundreds of years; some, like Jefferson and Franklin weren't sure that it would last a generation and didn't really care. A truly free people are never wedded to any governmental form, but take it as a suggestion from the previous generation.

Now, what we wind up with after the arson is left to be decided. It could be better, but it will most likely be worse. The only thing that I believe is true is that what we have today is unfixable and holding onto the last vestiges of the republic will only stunt the process. What we have now is absolutely corrupt, dangerous and ultimately likely to join together with other globalist powers to decimate the human population of the planet. That the only salvation is to seize control of this nation, or at least to keep it sufficiently unmanageable and unwieldy to be put to any greater use of the globalist cabal.

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Sunday, December 24, 2017

Christmas Eve

It is Christmas Eve and I am in a motel room alone. I am working this Christmas, like many before, because my chosen occupation has always been drilling, either water or oil. I am grateful that my injury has healed enough for me to do so. I am grateful for all of the great people I met this year filming Lies of Omission. My life has always been split between my creative endeavors and my love of machinery and physical labor.

Mostly, I want to address the part of this blog that is Christian. I explained to the owner of a rental property in California that I am a Christian largely, because it makes me a better person. When I said that he reacted fairly strongly that I was not a "better person" because I was a Christian. I didn't understand where that came from until I realized he thought I was saying I was a better person than him. I wondered how many times this is mistaken and how many times it has caused the same revulsion. What I meant was that I was a better person as a Christian than I was when I was not.

When I was not a Christian, I maintained the same integrity that many would identify as a quality of mine. I was just as honest then as I am now, but before, I did not care for my fellow human beings. Their misfortune meant they were weak. It was a more Darwinian perspective. I thought that Christians were just weak-minded and were searching for some way out of death, some escape route through the Lord.

I did not come to Christianity through my darkest days. Though I believe now that He was both the cause of my darkest days and stayed with me through them, at the time I thought I did it all on my own.

God came to me through my political beliefs, as I was searching for information about this country, this nation. He put into my hands a book by Thomas Paine called "The Age of Reason" and He did this through my search for Thomas Paine's "Common Sense." When the small bookstore in my little town had only The Age of Reason on the shelf, I bought it thinking that I would be able to glean a little about Paine's perspective from this unwanted work.

As soon as I read the first page, I knew everything in it. It was, except for the defamation of Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary, my views exactly, from the same complete thought process. Had I written down my beliefs about God, it would have been the same as what I had just read. The rest of the book was the same and I became a deist as a result. It was a while later that I actually came to Christianity, but that book, under those circumstances, is what changed my mind. As a deist, I wasn't much different from when I was...well, whatever it is that I was.

When I came to Christianity through an employee of mine, Tony, with whom I had numerous contentious arguments and debates about the existence of Christ, I did so with complete understanding of what Christ brought to the table. Where God is the manipulator, the engineer of the human soul, it is Christ that is the compassion and the merciful. You can be a deist and still be a cold, unfeeling and uncaring individual (I know, I was), but it is through the understanding of Christ's kindness and mercy that one changes. To emulate Christ is to recognize the unfortunate and maligned and seek to ease their suffering and offer consolation. Christ is the giving part of Christianity that is not present in a deist.

So, this Christmas Eve and tomorrow at work during Christmas Day, I will consider, as I do every year, whether I have been as good of a Christian as I strive to be. I always come up short and I will again tomorrow. Because I am not a good Christian. I try, I work toward it and I am much more charitable than I used to be, but I know I could have done more.

When we get back to politics in a few days and I don't curse and call some commenters foul names and berate them for their stupidity, thank Christ.

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