The Camps are Coming: Time Grows Short

HRC says that Trump supporters should be put into “reeducation camps.” She is citing the Republicans who are going along with Democrat talking points as being pragmatic enough to make this happen. Watch this segment. It’s worth a few minutes of your time, trust me. If you aren’t terrified and angered by this, you aren’t paying attention.

MAGA extremists, according to her, are taking their marching orders from Trump, and are the tail wagging the Republican dog. According to her, Trump supporters have been psychologically and emotionally manipulated and need to be reprogrammed in order to be brought back to their senses. It’s a cult, according to her, and Trump being defeated will permit Republicans to get back to fighting about issues among themselves. She goes on to say that a formal deprogramming of these extremists needs to happen.

She says that Democrats need to empower the “right people” within the Republican party. Make not mistake, what she is talking about is the complete takeover of the government by ensuring that both parties are singing the same note. This means that they are going to put Trump into prison or kill him before eliminating anyone in the Republican party who doesn’t vote in the approved manner. Then, they are coming for the individuals who disagree with the uniparty line.

The fact that mainline Democrats are talking like this is quite frightening. That they are willing to come right out and say what they are going to do is an indication that they are certain of a win, and they don’t care who knows it. When a person says that they are willing to put Americans into concentration camps, they need to be believed.

Nothing will make me angrier and more likely to use violence in opposition than people knocking on doors and hauling their political opponents off to reeducation camps. You want to see the violence begin? Do it.

People have called me a paranoid asshole for over 30 years because I have taken the position that gun ownership means being able to resist government tyranny. Now the left is coming right out and telling you their plan to haul you off for reeducation. Do you still think I am paranoid?

If you still don’t believe it, why not? They have been doing it to the J6 defendants for years.

To the police and others who would be the ones enforcing this: Are you willing to die to take us to the camps? Because I am willing to die to stay out of them, and I will take as many of you with me as I can. I hope to make it as expensive as possible.

To everyone: Please take this as one of the final warnings. Trump is delaying them for now. All of their attention is focused on defeating him. Once he is out of the way, it won’t be long before they start working down the list. My theory is that Trump will be defeated in one fashion or another, and then there will be an enabling incident that will occur organically, or will be staged. That will be all of the excuse that they need.

They have been making their lists for years. Here is a story about their Florida efforts.

Rush your preparations to completion.

  • Make sure that you have guns, body armor, magazines, and ammunition.
  • Cache some of them off site. Don’t put all of your eggs in one basket.
  • Know who the people in your area are. Know where the liberals live. Try to figure out who the informers are.
  • Know how to escape your home neighborhood and your job on foot. Have a BOB in your vehicle. They may come for you while you aren’t home.
  • Practice an escape and evasion plan.

Do it. Your life will probably depend on it. If they DO come for you, don’t go quietly in the hope that they will let you go or kill you last. The Soviets have a road built by the residents of the Gulags- there are a million people’s bones in the pavement of that road.

Left Out Some Details

An excellent article on why the armed US citizen would win in a conflict with their government, but the article overlooks some details. First, what the claim is:

If troops continued to fight, then they would find themselves facing combat veterans who had walked in their boots, knew their equipment, and knew their tactics. Troops would still have to set up security checkpoints. Troops in tanks and troop carriers still have to get out to pee. Troops would still have to drive through hostile cities and interact with the population.

It isn’t just that. I have said before that civil wars are ALWAYS ugly. How much morale will there be when the soldiers manning the armored troop carriers come home to find their family dead? Or will the worker in an ammo factory or civilian making aircraft engines still put out quality work after a military patrol has killed their family for not turning in an old shotgun?

A civil war in this country would be a very ugly affair. There would be no winning, only different degrees of losing.

Shorting

Another data point that a government engineered economic downturn is coming. Congressional finance committee members are shorting the stock market. They are buying PSQ, HDGE, and SH. All are funds that short major indices in the market. This indicates that Congressional Financial Committee members are anticipating an economic downturn.

Why? What do they know?

This

Kim DuToit sees the video of Rich Men North of Richmond the same way that I do, but more to the point.

The reason for Anthony’s runaway success is that millions of people not only feel his pain, but share his pain.

And unless I miss my guess, come 2024 those millions of people are going to vote for the candidate whom they think will best help alleviate it.

The political establishment had better hope that they do it through the vote, by the way, because the alternative is kinda messy.

I agree, and I don’t care if he is or isn’t a fake plant. The feelings that his song has tapped into are real, and they are shared by millions of Americans. The powers that be need to brush up on their knowledge of treating gunshot wounds. So do we.

Freedom

After reading stories about the abuse suffered at the hands of police that are detaining J6 defendants for trial, knowing how cops will abuse and torture prisoners, and how they are transferring them to Supermax prisons, I am not surprised at the J6 defendants that are simply skipping out on their trials and sentencing hearings:

The people who are doing this have realized that they have nothing left to lose. Their freedom, property, and likely their lives are forfeit at this point. The cops will eventually find them, and if they aren’t killed during the arrest, they will spend the rest of their lives in prison, or at least the parts of it that matter. With nothing left to lose, it’s only a matter of time before someone in this position decides to give the left the insurrection that they are already accused of perpetrating.

Hostilities

I know that in the past, I have said that we should leave the start date of CW2 to the historians, but I just can’t resist. I believe, and later historians might prove me wrong, but the date of the onset of hostilities IMO is January 19, 2017. That was the day that Antifa attacked the attendees at the Trump inauguration.

If you remember on my series about the insurgency and how it was following the CIA insurgency manual, you will remember that the second phase is marked by sabotage, interdiction of communication and logistics links, assassination, and selective attacks against government forces. Violence begins to be more frequent and right out in the open during the second phase. The militant wings of the insurgency come out of hiding and directly challenge the authority of the government. Not only is it the goal of the insurgents to beat the government, but to convince the people that there is no point in fighting because the insurgency is too strong. The portions of the government- local, state, and Federal, who are under control of the insurgency will allow the insurgents to continue to operate, and will even support the actions of the insurgents. The government that is loyal to the status quo is then openly challenged to a fight. If the government accepts the challenge and win, they look like tyrants, but if they lose or refuse to accept the challenge, they look weak.

The first gunshots fired as a part of the CW was on June 14, 2017, when a gunman walked onto a baseball field at Eugene Simpson Park in Alexandria, Virginia, and opened fire on Republican politicians. The shooter was a staffer from the Bernie Sanders campaign. How did the government respond? They damned sure didn’t investigate Sanders. Nope.

Instead of charging the people involved in either attack with insurrection or with interference with government and putting them in a Supermax prison as they did with J6 protesters, all of the charges were dropped.

And so it still goes. The left will do anything to win, has sided with Antifa or perhaps been coopted by them, and the right has decided to fold its tent by attacking Trump, in the hopes that they will still be permitted to have some power.

Irony

The left doesn’t get it.

Portland is Enemy Territory

A Portland jury found two Antifa members not liable for attacks on journalist Andy Ngo after defense lawyer Michelle Burrows told the jurors that not only does she self-identify as both a progressive and an “anti-fascist,” she strongly declared, “I am Antifa” and insisted upon making herself an “I am Antifa” t-shirt, which she said she would wear after the trial. Then made the statement that this would be her last trial, before telling the jurors that she “will remember each one of their faces.”

There is a reason why I have advised everyone to get out of the entire area of Portland, which can best be described as being behind enemy lines. Anyone who finds themselves in this area is advised to leave immediately, even if this means abandoning property.

There is no longer any redress available through the courts in large areas of the country. The only justice you get is what you take for yourself. As we approach another election season, expect violence to begin ramping up. Make sure that you are familiar with your area and have identified those who may be enemy combatants.

Stack Up or Speak Out

Back in the 18th century, people who wanted to be free of British tyranny had to organize and inspire those who would eventually become the leaders of the American Revolution. They did so by publishing letters and articles in various publications and newspapers. These publications ranged from pamphlets to small newspapers. The most famous of these were the 85 articles published anonymously, under the pen name “Publius,” but they were in fact written by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison between October 1787 and May 1788, eventually becoming known to us as the Federalist Papers.

Back in the 18th century, newspapers were largely related to the affairs of government, whether proclamations, laws, orders, or money. This was by necessity; because of weak markets, tight credit, scare supplies, poor transportation, and irregular labor, printers who did not have a connection to government contracts had a near impossible time making ends meet. Sound familiar? We have the same issue today. The MSM publishes what they are told to publish. They say what they are allowed to say.

Reliance on government largesse shifted in the 1760s, as political items, stories, and essays about the burgeoning “imperial crisis” appeared more frequently. Starting in the 1760s the number of newspapers rose significantly, and the government had a tougher time controlling the narrative. These papers became so influential that the government of King George did all that it could to silence them. Parliament passed the Stamp Act in 1764, which taxed newspapers, almanacs, pamphlets, broadsides, legal documents, dice, and playing cards. Issued by Britain, the stamps were affixed to documents or packages to show that the tax had been paid. No document could be published without having a stamp affixed to it. This was a blatant attempt to prevent the press from publishing anything that wasn’t approved by the Crown.

The Colonists responded in the way that Americans still do today when they are told not to do something: they did it harder. There were more than four hundred pamphlets published in the colonies on the imperial controversy up through 1776, and nearly four times that number by war’s end in 1783. These pamphlets varied in their theme and approach, including constitutional theory or history, sermons and orations, correspondence, literary pieces, and political debate. Together, they instructed the colonial public that political and personal liberty were in jeopardy because British imperial reformers sought to strip them of their natural rights, especially the right to consent to a government that could hear and understand them.

Speech is a powerful thing, and it is required for people who would resist tyranny. It is speech that allows people to organize. It gives them hope, it gives them the ability to protest in an organized manner. Without the ability to motivate and organize, change and resistance to tyranny becomes impossible. If one or two people resist, they go to jail. Ask the J6 protesters what happens when you prematurely try to take action.

The key political pamphlets that supported resistance from 1765 to 1776 were:

  • James Otis, Rights of British Colonies Asserted and Proved (Boston, 1764);
  • Richard Bland, Inquiry into the Rights of the British Colonies (Williamsburg, 1766);
  • John Dickinson, Letters of a Farmer in Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, 1768);
  • James Warren, Oration to Commemorate the Bloody Tragedy of the Fifth of March, 1770 (Boston, 1772);
  • Thomas Jefferson, A Summary View of the Rights of British Americans (Williamsburg, 1774);
  • Thomas Paine, Common Sense (Philadelphia, 1776); and
  • John Adams, Thoughts on Government (Philadelphia, 1776)

Now I make no claim to being as influential or intelligent as those greats, but that is what I do here. I, like many other freedom bloggers, make people aware of what is happening. It took them decades to convince the colonists to revolt. That is why speech and “talk” is important. That’s why I support other bloggers and provide them a place to say what they want without interference. I do so at great personal risk. I recently had a group of people try to dox me. I know that I am not absolutely anonymous, and I also know that this places me at risk once things get sporty.

Even in 1767, speaking out was a risk. One of the owners of the Boston Gazette, John Gill, was caned in public by an outraged John Mein of the Boston Chronicle over an article that had been written by the former. Later, Samuel Adams, writing as “Populus,” described this clubbing not as a private affair between the two printers but instead a “Spaniard-like Attempt” to restrict press freedom.

Nearly two years later, Mein sought to embarrass the Sons of Liberty once again, this time the Chronicle featured fifty-five lists of shipping manifests revealing the names of merchants who were opposing the crown. In response, many upset Bostonians who embraced vigilantism. The Sons of Liberty had to stuff pistols in their pockets to walk the streets of Boston. A few days later a large crowd confronted the offending printers on King Street, producing a scuffle that left Mein bruised, Fleming’s pistol empty, and a few dozen angry Bostonians facing British bayonets. Mein eventually had to flee to England.

There are those who periodically come around and call me out for “just talking.” They demand that I take action. One did so just yesterday. There was a Fed who tried it in 2022.

There is an old saying: How do you spot the Fed or the police informant? He is the one urging you to break the law.

Let me also repeat what I said on this same subject, less than three months ago:

If you still feel that all we are doing here is talking and you disagree with me, feel free to go out there and stack up. Do what you think you have to do. Just don’t say that you weren’t warned, and don’t sit safely behind your computer keyboard and tell me that I am a coward when you yourself aren’t doing shit.

This post has gotten long enough and my wife is asking me to play cards with her, so let that be my final statements on the matter for this time. I’m going to spend some quality time with the Mrs.