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  • Kevin in PA December 20, 2021, 5:01 PM

    There are more of us than there are of them.

    • ghostsniper December 20, 2021, 5:50 PM

      Yeah, but they have the F15’s and the tankx and the nuukz. /sarc

      • Skorpion December 20, 2021, 9:11 PM

        Yeah, but sooner or later they have to get out of their fancy machines and set boots on the ground. That’s when we get ’em.

        • OneGuy December 21, 2021, 7:33 AM

          If I were writing a book on resisting tyranny it is at this point where I would say; you don’t “get” the people they send to enforce their tyrannical mandates because that simply plays into their hands and makes you look like the tyrannical ones. You get the people who make they tyrannical mandates and you do it surreptitiously and not as a group of “insurrectionists”.

          • Jack December 21, 2021, 8:21 AM

            That’s precisely correct. These world reset groups should be given the same treatment received by the Ceausescus and the Mussolinis. And those we cannot find or dig out when they are located should be forced into the same ending as Hitler and Braun and Ma and Pa Goebbels. They and every underling who serves them, even by voting for them, should receive the wrath and fury that can only be generated by pure and unbridled rage. It will take a lot of killing with no mercy and no quarter…but that should be their fate and their end.

          • Mike Austin December 21, 2021, 1:17 PM

            Both methods would need to be done. First to instill a sense of dread among those who are sent; then to instill a sense of fear in those who send them. Using both tactics would create in the opposition a small civil war among the larger civil war as those sent out would refuse to go. Then what would the rulers do? The elites themselves would have a devil of a time sorting out this insurrection among themselves.

            In the meantime we sharpen our knives, oil our weapons and watch.

  • Dirk December 20, 2021, 10:04 PM

    Old joke what is it it Europeans have that Americans don’t ?? BALLS.

    Talkings been done way to long, yet some of the bad ass mil bloggers keep talking shit, just louder! Gonna talk em to death.
    Gonna present a goat fuck training session yup, for 600.00 your own weapons ammo other kit, these “elites” will show you what’s inside the brief cases, yessir, the secret plans! Yea I know, pretty fucking impressive, no shit,,, secret plans. Hand cuff key extra!

    Yessir these killer elites with turn you into a fucking regular “death ray” in five action packed days. God I crack myself up!

    Sleep well you killer death ray trainers. Grrrrrrr!

    Merry Christmas to all!


    • Mike Austin December 20, 2021, 11:01 PM

      A better old joke: “What has Europe contributed to civilization that America never did?”

      Let’s see: World War I, World War II, communism, socialism, the Holocaust, the Holodmor, fascism, Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, the Cold War, imperialism, colonialism, the Gulag, Nazis, Mussolini, Vichy, Quisling, Lord Haw-Haw, Balkan genocide, totalitarianism.

      And all that in just the 20th century!

    • ghostsniper December 21, 2021, 4:40 AM

      I walked that barbwire many times, with live ammo, between east and west, not a brave west european to be found. Though, they make decent bier and hasenbraten.

  • Mike Austin December 20, 2021, 11:06 PM

    Nothing at all wrong with marching, protesting and taking it to the streets. Does anyone really believe that the ruling elites, upon seeing such things, will all of a sudden completely change course and drop all COVID restrictions?

    Nothing will change until blood flows on both sides. Then we will see who has the real power in those nations.

  • gwbnyc December 21, 2021, 12:53 AM

    “-you sons of bitches, do you want to live forever?”

  • Richard December 21, 2021, 7:52 AM

    My hatred and contempt for the MFM is limitless.

  • James ONeil December 21, 2021, 8:06 AM

    Bleak Lives Matter.

    or not.

  • John A. Fleming December 22, 2021, 12:15 AM

    All those other countries are disarmed. The polirats couldn’t care less if the people march in protest, until the march reaches the size of 70% of adults and doesn’t dissipate. The polirats only respond to protests if there is a clear and present danger to their grift and power. The polirats are like Stalin, “The People? Pfft. How many divisions do they have?”. Those Aussies protests are going to have to quintuple before their government gets off its backsides and starts modifying its behavior.

    The United States remains the exceptional country. We are armed. What will happen in our country is more difficult to foresee, as the response space is much larger. To forestall any incipient rebellion, the government forces will be forced to strike fast and hard, pour encourager les autres, which can cause the rebellion to metastasize and the government to lose its legitimacy as the guardian of our liberties. And when it comes to it, I think we can expect foreign actors to contribute destabilizing events and actions. There’s plenty of nations out there that are sick and tired of all the &%$@ that the USA has been spreading around the world these last 30 years, and would be pleased to see us fall into … irrelevance for a while.

    • Mike Austin December 22, 2021, 4:08 AM

      All true. The foreign intervention part can get very tricky indeed. Which side would said foreign nation—or nations—support? What type of support might that be? If things go on and on both sides might try to lure foreign intervention with promises of…what?

      I doubt that foreign boots on the ground will happen. China and Russia, for example, have extremely limited sea and air transport capacity. The US has had the ability to transport troops by sea since Winfield Scott landed at Veracruz (1847).

      • John A. Fleming December 22, 2021, 11:22 AM

        I was thinking the foreign actors could do the following:
        a) ramp up the ransom-style attacks on key industries at key times
        b) other zero-day exploits to destabilize or cripple the unfavored actors,
        c) if they can flood fentanyl across the border, why not lots of other kinds of contraband, including the traditional favorite guns and ammo. The pipelines are in place, CBP is demoralized and ineffective, and in a time of non-domestic-peace the Federals will be distracted.
        d) meme injection across all social networks, especially using their bought local allies. There’s plenty of folks who will write what Xi commands.

        • Mike Austin December 25, 2021, 10:34 AM

          All those are possibilities but all are not probabilities.

          1. Ransomware attacks: These can work both ways, rather like mustard and chlorine gas in World War I.

          2. Zero Day exploits: As in, surprise actions before the contest officially begins. Probably a 100 percent chance of happening. Our strategic planning at the moment is not capable of this.

          3. Flooding Fentanyl across the border: Those who use that drug are already using it. Any effect would be minimal.

          4. Flooding guns and ammo across the border: Difficult because of the size and weight of these, and the training necessary for efficient use.

          5. Distracted federals: I hope so. This will mean millions Texans and anyone at all with guns will be free to defend the border. Thousands of Americans—at the very least—from most states will load up their trucks and head south to get in on the action. Expect wild and crazy stuff. Think of the Old West around 1870. The border problem would end in a few weeks.

          6. Bought and paid for local allies in the US: That market is saturated already. Most media, politicians, entertainment, movers and shakers and such vermin, already belong to the Chinese. We already know who they are.

          Xi can command what he wants, but like King Canute he will find most Americans immune to his diktats. Without Chinese boots on the ground, the US cannot be conquered by China. Certainly that Asian sewer is a nuisance, but once things get spicy here imagine any Chinese trapped in the US. How does one say, “Oh shit!” in Mandarin?