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April 3, 2014

The Russians Are Coming


Real soldiers began appearing around Crimea roughly two weeks ago. They come heavily armed, decked out in top-shelf military-grade equipment. These men are the Russian military, but the official line—from Putin himself—is that they are “local self-defense forces.” In Crimea, people have taken to calling them “little green men.” | Roads & Kingdoms

Posted by gerardvanderleun at April 3, 2014 10:43 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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They are here in the USA also. Only they are local, state and federal "police".

Every state "Fish and Game" (called fish cops here) is armed to the hilt. Saw one today exiting the County Court House in the little town I live in in Idaho. Little guy walked with a swagger in his smugness and climbed into a big 4 X 4 pickup paid for by me and the rest of the serfs.

I would bet the clown has zero military combat experience. Probably was never in the military.

I wished he could have experienced what I did in Laos. But no, not really. He would not have survived.

Posted by: Terry at April 3, 2014 1:00 PM

The old Conservation Officers in my state are (were) good fellows, but they are passing off the scene. The new ones are arrogant kids with 'wildlife' college degrees who all think they are Seals or Special Ops types. Thanks to the License Fees they have better equipment and more firepower than the Highway Patrol. I'm glad I just fish and don't hunt. I wouldn't want to carry a rifle in the woods around those clowns. They appear to be just itching to shoot somebody.

Posted by: Lorne at April 3, 2014 5:10 PM

According to Professor John Lott the average citizen shooter is 7 times better than the average jackboot. Why? Experience. Citizen shooters do it because they want to. Gov't employees are inherently lazy. The TV lies to you, all the time.


Every time a fleet of jackboots opens up on an innocent citizen beaucoup bullets are fired but very few hit the intended target. It's not unusual for a jackboot to empty the magazine and not hit the target at all. It has no vested interest in being good at what it does because it receives premium benefit for failure performance.

The punk that Terry references above is typical and it's swagger is based on style rather than substance.

In our lifetimes those punks will soil themselves when faced by citizens that know what they're doing, and they will revert back to the little gurlz they know themselves to be.

The TV wants you to believe they are the best and the brightest and they put their lives on the line for you everyday.

The TV lies, all the time.

Head shots, and don't stop til it's nothing but mush.

Posted by: ghostsniper at April 3, 2014 8:32 PM

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