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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.

Friday, December 22, 2017

The Only Question Worthy of Debate

The true fact is that most people, especially those in the "patriot" movement, or whatever each individual calls it, it is like gender identification these days. "No, no, I am not a Constitutionalist, or a patriot, or an oathkeeper, or what have you. I am special, different, unique. All right, fine, but the fact remains that I am done trying to encourage people. That part of this blog is over, because the game has progressed too far for me to waste time in the debate. Now, I am just going to say what I think needs to be said and everyone else can debate the absolute validity of it, or the absolute nonsense of it. I don't care. I am not trying to win anyone's approval.

If you don't understand what Eric Holder was saying the other day about dictating what Trump did in regards to Mueller and what a monumental statement that was, then this blog is not for you anyway. In effect, Holder and the rest of Obama's minions are threatening BLM times ten should Trump come after them in a legal way. It was a statement that the left was willing to burn the nation to the ground to keep from being indicted and they would use all of the Soros paid thugs to do it. Antifa is political theater, but they are there for a reason and perhaps they will never amount to much, you can't focus on what they want you to focus on, you have to look deeper and see what they are trying to hide.

The Obama cabal are fully capable of unleashing any number of domestic insurrectionists to make a mess of things while they pursue other avenues of regaining power. Yes, they do intend to rock this ship of the republic and reinstall Obama as the new dictator and president for life so common in third world nations. Okay, we know their goal, we understand how they intend to go about it, so we are ahead of them on that aspect. But, we can't focus on that, that's what they want, we have to try and figure out how to hit them where they think they are safe, which is in the communist local politicians.

Someone scoffed at putting heat on the Mayor and City Council, the question is what else are you prepared to do? My estimation is nothing.

Listen, owning guns is great, it is purposeful and the more the better, but the most valuable thing to own is the will to use it, 'cause without that they are just wall art. And, I don't expect anyone to go there, yet. So what can you do now? What do you possess the ability and will to use? A phone. What else is needed at this point.

Which gets me back to the original idea of the first post. All of us have the moral standing in the community to bring that to bear right now, but that is not the only means of combating this Eric Holder/Barack Obama/George Soros cabal, but it must be done in stages. Everyone is waiting for the big chips to fall, don't wait. There is nothing to wait for, by that time the war will almost be won or lost.

This is strategy stuff, not tactics. Several things need to be happening at the same time, contacting and berating the City Council, whose plan for civil unrest is to give it a chance to burn itself out is a product of Holder/Obama/Soros, so don't let them have that.

Here's the question that should be going through the minds of those who understand the task at hand: Who are the biggest enemies of guns, liberty and property and how do I get them to fight each other?

I mentioned that we don't have the numbers and that was taken exception to, okay, where are they? Numbers only count if you can put them on the street. That is for demonstration purposes. Do we have a majority of gun owners, yeah. How many of them will identify a communist and shoot them, knowing full well that there will be a trial and prison time for doing so? 10, 20? in a nation of 350 million, yeah, we don't have the numbers unless you are talking about something much more mild. The question is to be mild and effective and here we come right back to contacting City Council, which is why I suggested that. Yes, we do have the numbers for something like that.

No, that isn't the only thing to do, but anything else would have to be as mild and as effective, or it won't get done. I'm trying to operate within the realm of the possible rather than fantasy and that takes Rambo out of the equation.

My point is: the war has already started and everyone who says they are willing to fight the war is waiting for something like a siren to go off. Ask Sabo if he got a siren call. We have already seen the previous administration come out as the opposition party to the duly elected president. We have already seen an attempted coup against the same president. At what point does one realize they are living in a banana republic and recognize their role? For me, that was when Holder stepped out to make his statement that if Trump fired Mueller, the streets would fill up with "peaceful" protests. The threat being that they would bring down hell in the form of riots. They being the people most likely to viewed as a legitimate government should this one fall. That is Obama/Holder redux.

Now, having read this, thank you, but if you think you are going to argue me out of my position or expect me to change my mind, forget it. This isn't spur of the moment stuff. The limitations of what I suggest merely align with what I see as possible given the unorganized, unruly, combative, debate-driven movement I call the patriot community for lack of a better definition of the wide range of freedom-lovers out there.

There are many things wrong and only a few things that are right. A lot of better thinkers are working on all of this than me and it all comes down to: how can we get our enemies to fight each other?

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Law-Abiding Citizens

How long before the Democrats/communists start carrying around Constitutions in their pockets and waving them at Donald Trump? In the past few weeks the leftists have all sounded more like the Tea Party than anything else, arguing that the Mueller investigation into collusion is some sort of Constitutionally guaranteed process that Donald Trump had better not interfere with, or he will be hounded out of office by raging mobs of Antifa, BLM and Hollywood stars.

Eric Holder, mastermind of such great examples of Constitutionality like Waco and Fast and Furious, who is the only American Attorney General to be held in contempt of Congress, threatened to unleash the power of Antifa on America's streets should Donald Trump fire Mueller. This is seditious, it is the ultimate threat of domestic insurrection. No laws have been violated by Trump, the Constitution has not been violated and since a Special Counsel is highly suspect as a Constitutional act itself, there are no grounds for unleashing such insurrection other than to take control of the government.

We are watching the initial steps of the Civil War everyone has seen coming for years, (especially Matt Bracken) led by the officials of the previous administration. The very fact that the statements Eric Holder made in the past week have not made him a Pariah throughout the nation tells one just how complete the alliance is between the establishment Republicans and the communists. At this point, it is a distinction without a difference.

Make no mistake, it is not Trump that Holder threatened, it is the American people. While he couched his statement with "peaceful" protests, we all know he was addressing Antifa, the Obama organized and Soros funded hit squad, who take the word "peaceful" as a dog whistle for violence. Yet, these statements from a previous Attorney General went by unnoticed, unaddressed and therefore accepted.

Okay, we're finally there. Eric Holder removed any doubt that this is simply a reaction to an election the SJW's didn't like. Obama empowered BLM and Antifa and Holder intends to weaponize them against his political enemies, namely the republic.

Some big choices need to be made, choices that we have all put off for a long time, hoping that somehow the right people would do the right thing and stand up for the republic. Where are all of the "good" cops? The hardworking, dedicated patriots that former Assistant Director of the FBI James Kallstrom bragged about in a recent interview. Much past this moment in time, what purpose do they serve? As in the previous post, these individuals are a myth, they are non-existent, or they would have done something. Yet, like some backwoods yokels swearing they saw a Bigfoot, FBI agents continually come out saying that they exist, they work with them, they know them. But, where are they?

If we acknowledge that these super agents do not exist and will not do their duty, the people themselves are obligated, not to stand up for the Constitution, but to stand up for themselves, their families and their property.

Here's what we have to recognize, this happy little union of ours is done and all of this will be fought out far away from our burgs and we will have no hand in the outcome. This will be decided in Washington DC between Obama's thugs and our own representatives and guess what? We lose everything. We will be outlawed, the Constitution will be hate speech and anyone having an ounce of patriotic blood will be unemployable. "Necessary" they will call it, including and primarily the confiscation of weapons, which will go down without much resistance in the end.

The only possible chance there is, as slim as it is, is for us to start fighting right now, in whatever way we can. Their troops are already out there, they have been bloodied. They are paid by anarchist billionaire Soros and trained by ISIS, or Al Qaeda and they are ready, or as ready as they will ever be. We have not even begun to fight because we are looking for a moment when our noble efforts will be recognized as such by our fellow countrymen and women. It feels like our sacrifice will be in vain if not recognized, or worse vilified and ridiculed.

That's just part of the bargain, sorry. When the founders swore their oath it was to give their lives, fortunes and sacred honor. It is the "sacred honor" part that they understood, that they would be vilified and ridiculed for thinking they could stand up to the mighty Britain. There was the very real chance that they would be seen as fools and/or traitors for attempting a revolution and likely shot.

Strategically fighting Antifa is unnecessary, the worst that can be done to Antifa is to make them go toe to toe with the police. Our strength is that we are law-abiding concerned citizens, that can't be played up enough in the early stages. Putting pressure on Mayors and City Councils to make the police engage them, instead of giving them a safe space to burn their emotions (and private property) out is the better move. Our war should be conducted in ways that get two bad guys to fight each other. There are so many ways to do that that there is no reason to attempt a direct assault. We don't have the numbers for a direct assault. We don't even have the numbers to defend our own lives when this turns bad.

Eric Holder started this, all we need to do is help him get it going. At this early stage of CW2 propaganda and forcing bad cops to beat up Antifa is just fun. If we can instigate the military to engage Holder's troops, fine. Forget the Posse Comitatus Act, we're past that now, this is for all the chips. We have to win to reinstitute that and any other pro-liberty principles we might support, but the obligation we have to our people, our families, our culture is to kick the snot out of the commies using whatever weapons we can, including, maybe primarily, our reputations as law-abiding citizens. AT FIRST, not as a long-term tactic.

The point is, if we start to fight right now, we might have a say in what comes next. If we wait to be heroes, we will die in some very pathetic and humiliating ways under communist rule.

More later.

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Friday, December 15, 2017

Good Cop, Bad Cop

It has been suggested that bad cops are only a small percentage of the overall force and that the good cops should not be judged by the actions of the few. I would argue that if the bad cops are a small percentage of the force, why can they not be confronted and dealt with, if even on a personal, non-administrative way by the good cops? It happens in business all the time.

The fact is, the good cops hide behind the actions of the bad cops to be occasionally bad themselves, when it suits them and when they think they are justified. The good cops really don't even know what being a good cop is. They think that if they are not a bad cop they are a good cop, but that doesn't wash. At best, they are neutral cops, but by accepting and tolerating bad cops, they become bad cops themselves. It is and must be (pun intended) necessarily a self-policing responsibility. The fact that many of these police forces are not self-policing leads directly to the proliferation of bad cops either by their own actions or by the inaction of others.

So, when the FBI comes under scrutiny at the highest levels for corruption, corruption so complete that many of the most corrupt don't even recognize their corruption as such, why would any local PD be any different? The purpose of putting police organizations under the control of elected officials (the theory of it anyway) is to give the citizens a means of applying pressure against the most heavily armed people in our midst. But, red flags start flashing as Attorney General Jeff Sessions suggests that Rod Rosenstein, the Deputy Attorney General, is a man of conscience and integrity, knowing that he was hip-deep in the corruption, it can only reflect on issues with Sessions himself.

I don't think you can save the FBI. Whether it was always a soft sort of Stasi, or has recently gone off the deep end, or both these people, Comey, Rosenstein, Mueller, Strzok, McCabe (the list keeps getting longer and longer) took it as their own personal deep state vendetta apparatus. They used it to institutionalize  a power structure by which they could determine and ultimately benefit from providing a path to the White House. That's a valuable card to have in one's hand when playing big-stakes political poker.

Okay, I know, go back to the 1960 Presidential election and J. Edgar Hoover and this has been done many times. That's why the 1960's TV show with Efrem Zimbalist Jr. had to be conceived and used as propaganda to make it unassailable to the public. I am not suggesting that all of this is new and never before seen, but it is never before exposed information about the actual inner workings of the FBI.

Most of us go back to Randy Weaver in our disdain for the FBI, or Waco, or their cover up of the circumstances of the Oklahoma City bombing all of which remained obscure to the populace. This, even in order to restore some version of the FBI's reputation, must include a wholesale housecleaning. And, with Eric Holder threatening a violent overthrow of the government (I don't see how his statement can be taken any other way) should Mueller be removed from the investigation tells you how much Mueller knows about the Obama Administration and their dirty dealings. It appears to be a race to manufacture evidence against Trump before the FBI, along with Holder, Clinton and Obama are serving prison sentences.

Here is where the good cops should come in, if there are any. This is where the agency is saved by the dedicated, honest people of integrity who have had enough and throw themselves to the lions if need be to expose this corrupt, violent, power-mad agency and all of those who have used it as such and benefited from its corruption. But, that relies heavily on those government agents of sterling character, who exist only in fantasy and Tom Clancy novels.

Check out Matt Bracken's view of this on the DVD http://liesofomission.com or http://12roundproductions.com almost 2 years ago.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

FBI: Abuse of Trust

The FBI is coming unglued and the only thing holding it together are the agents themselves, continuing to mask over the obvious and complete corruption within their ranks. Let me ask the average FBI agent this question: If I were in full knowledge of criminal activity at my workplace and did nothing, would I not be somewhat culpable in the crimes committed there? What if I knew that my boss was falsifying bank records to avoid paying federal and state income taxes? Should I just turn a blind eye, or contact either the FBI or the IRS? Just curious, because it doesn't seem like there is any intention of the agents themselves, trained law enforcement personnel, to discover and expose or even take into custody any of the outright criminals within their ranks.

It is a well known axiom that there are always a few rotten apples that should not be allowed to spoil the whole bunch, but that is exactly what is taking place within federal law enforcement. The problem is, if there are only a few rotten apples, why haven't the good apples exposed and deposed them? And, if they do not, does that not mean that there are no "good" apples in the bunch at all, but rather a bunch of bad apples covering for and refusing to confront the bad apples? I have always been suspicious of the idea that there are only a few bad apples. I think that is some sort of justification for doing nothing, but by doing nothing, the good apples are doing something. They are turning their backs on illegal activity for the sake of what? Their good name? Sorry, that is blown.

Here's what I know, if you come to my door and suspect me of a crime, I had better have a darn good explanation or I will be in handcuffs. So, how is it that you walk by suspects every day, in the very halls of your offices and do nothing? Are you not part of the crimes committed by others at that point? Yes, you are, as officers of the court, you are; as entrusted by the people, you are. You can console yourself that these things work themselves out, but the weight of criminal activity is about to burn down the whole house, defame and destroy the agency and for what? For what? Hillary Clinton? Your globalist vision? Do you think you're the SS? And, if you do, what happened to them? History should tell you what is wrong with your actions, if you will not hear it from anyone else.

Are you part of a coup? Is that what you think? Is it the concept of a police state that intrigues you? A place where only the SS troops have ultimate authority? So you can do what, murder at will? If that is your desire, if that sense of power over other people is your understanding of utopia, I guess you are working for the right outfit, but if there is something left of your inner recruit that still remembers the concepts of justice and law enforcement, I don't see how you square that in the mirror every morning.

Most likely, you were recruited under the Obama Administration and saw yourself as some sort of ninja social justice warrior out to take down the current power structure and replace it with SS troops. Wow, I don't think that is what the American people are paying for every few weeks when the paycheck hits the bank, but that's some twisted Marxist strategy you've got going on there.

Either way the bloom is off the rose. Allowing Mueller, Comey, Rosenstein and McCabe to have their way has done as much for the FBI as Kaepernick has done for the NFL. Since none of you have come forward like good soldiers ready to take a bullet for the cause and expose this cabal, the average citizen can do nothing but look at the whole lot of you as reckless, spineless, sycophants to this immoral, outrageous abuse of trust. If that is the legacy you were looking for you have it. Enjoy yourselves as the Rome burns to the ground.

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Monday, December 4, 2017

Who Cares?

The real, perhaps only, question I consider valid is "are you moving in the right direction?" All of this blathering about whether or not the Constitution is a valid document, or a bad document, or a useless document is nothing other than posturing. If one is motivated toward action through an understanding that the Constitution has been violated, does it really matter if someone else considers them "truly enlightened?" Holy crap.

Truly, is it just guns? Is that the only purpose of the Second Amendment, to own guns? Because, I thought it was a bigger issue, that the condition of the rights secured under the Second Amendment served mostly to tell us how far down the path of tyranny we had traveled. It is a benchmark. Obviously, by that marker we are somewhere between screwed and totally screwed. "But, if they come for my guns..." Okay, I'll take them for their word, but unless one answers that door with rounds fired through the wall on either side of the door, answering it probably won't yield the desired outcome. Take a lesson from the Branch Davidians on that one.

There's no voting our way out of this. Okay, but does that mean that when local votes are taken for County Commissioner that everyone should just stay home? Not to me. As we saw up in Custer County, where George Gramlich helped Ann Bastrop and Ann Wilson lead the charge to recall and replace all three so-called Republican County Commissioners. In the end, they only got two of them, leaving the most conservative of the three leftists in office. That was a monumental effort and as soon as the majority of new County Commissioners got into office, they unwound the collectivist agenda put through only a few months before. Oh, but "there's no voting our way out of this." Right?

It will take a war to get anywhere near the sort of liberty many of us want and it's bad enough fighting off the leftist, collectivist, communists in power without having to defend one's flanks and rear from our own side. Our own side, by the way, consists of smarter, faster, more willing participants than any of us out there doing the work through the system as it exists. They don't have to work, because they know it will come down to a war, so they are busy buying up guns and criticizing everyone else, who are also busy buying up guns and food and communication equipment and bandages and learning how to make soap and such. Better to dig a hole and pour guns and ammo into it than anything else.

To me, there always looms the time when elbow deep in blood from killing off one's collectivist neighbors and hanging the politicians from lampposts that one must look up from all of the slaughter and realize that a social structure still must exist. Or, maybe we will just start in on each other, root out all those damn Constitutionalists, etc. If not, if there is that moment when the wet work is done, someone is going to have to figure out how to make the sewer system work. We can't be too long about it, either, because there will be vultures peering at America from every corner of the globe, waiting for us to stop killing each other so they can swoop in with their greater firepower and take over this little burg. Or, Google will just contract with these vultures to finally get the socialist utopia (mass consumerism with no dissenting thought) it has always sought.

We live in an imperfect world. The several government entities we all live under have perverted the concept of "civil servants" to the point of ridiculous things like $15 million of taxpayer money for a hush fund for those sexually molested by the same people who voted to create the fund and then kept it private. Where the FBI forces non-disclosure agreements to prevent witnesses from exposing their egregious and illegal behavior, not because they would reveal information sensitive to national security. The secrecy of the government is the worst possible violation of their power and yet that isn't worth rising up and demanding their heads, because protesting is for fools.

Yet, protesting has driven more governments out of power than violent revolution. People in the streets terrifies politicians, because there are so many instances of the effectiveness of it. Ask Mussolini, ask Ceausescu, ask Marie Antoinette how that turned out. No, it doesn't matter that the military had anything to do with it. It is that image of a popular uprising that ends with their hanging or firing squad or the guillotine that strikes fear in the hearts of all politicians. It is a base and disgusting way to end a life, to be brought out as some common thug and executed. They spend their lives believing they are too big, too powerful, too sophisticated to be treated like some commoner and the image of it drives them to desperation.

But, keep buying guns and keep extolling your superiority to all who will listen.

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