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January 25, 2016

Both Republicans and Democrats, our ruling class, have utterly failed this nation for far too long

and have betrayed their supporters, the Constitution, and the rule of law with outright impunity.
My advice to all Americans in regards to this coming election is to be no longer the dupes and property of the hypocrites and traitors to our country who make up the ruling class. We must conserve what we have left before it is soon gone as whatever the betrayers of our country get, we the people must lose; and what is worse, must lose a great deal more than the others can get; for the ruling class cannot successfully remain in power without destroying, perverting, and corrupting that which is left of our America.  America’s Ruling Class vs. All – Politically Short

Posted by gerardvanderleun at January 25, 2016 7:16 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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This young author by the name of Short is very good. He correctly fingers the GOP for conducting an internal P fight while the country essentially burns like Atlanta on a Victor Fleming backlot.

I wouldn't at this late date piss on their heads to put out their hair fire. The GOP can rot in hell for all I care. How does that make the Democratics look? Like mealworms in wait. They give me the same level of comfort that Pol Pot gave to his subjects.

Posted by: Casey Klahn [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 25, 2016 9:05 PM

With either party you can kiss the cities goodbye. The rot will start in urban areas. By the time it gets past the suburbs and outskirts towns us folks will be prepared for any onslaught.

Yes, folks, if you haven't stocked up on beans, bullets and bibles now is the time. Watch for utilities going down, satellites going dark, more Law Enforcement and military presence.

Y'all remember Jade Helm? That wasn't just a game of touch football on some lazy summer days. DC has agents in place, scenario response exercises ready for the real thing.

Executive Orders, Martial Law, not for saving a puppy stuck in the sewer pipe. they are for us.

The people in power will not go willingly.

Posted by: chasmatic [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 26, 2016 3:27 AM

well, let's see. I believe Chairman Mao had something to say about how all this works. Didn't he speak about the revolutionaries being like fish in the stream, that would be the same water that the DC crowd would try to control.

From Vietnam, we found fighting the enemy who looked like your friend was shall we say, a bit difficult. That translates to here where there is an armed populace.

Following the Chairman's rules as well as Lao Tse's allows for advance when you're strong and retreat when the situation is not in your favor. Be like the river. Form small cells; take in no unknown persons. If one should want to join feign ignorance or kill them.

Snipe at the powers and their families. Terrorize them at any and all times.

As to the urban areas, drive them back into their places, until such time as they attack the powers not you. They either become self-sufficient or die but not at your expense. Let them get what they need from the DC boys.

The people in power might not go willingly, so they go in a box, but they go. and so will those lacking the balls to make it a fight.

Posted by: Vermont Woodchuck [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 26, 2016 4:08 AM

Imagine a city trying to cope with a full outage of stuff! Logistically speaking, they can't go to the countryside for support; the numbers don't make sense. They'd have to look to another city for help. Add into that the mass of suburban areas, where infrastructure is threadbare at best.

I hope Bernie knows how to manage everything from central planning!

Posted by: Casey Klahn [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 26, 2016 5:19 AM

I hope Bernie knows how to manage everything from central planning! He would look like Charlie Chaplin on the assembly line in Modern Times. But, that would be no worse than the present joke.

Posted by: BillH [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 26, 2016 7:58 AM

VW is on the right track. Depose the liars, cheats, and despots. Use the ballot box first. The Tea Party folks worked at it and were successful in part. Too many saboteurs infiltrated their ranks. Let's learn from their experience and our own.
How did Ronald Reagan get the country to elect him and how did he accomplish all that he did as President? Truman and JFK were not mushballs, either.
Are we capable of learning from their times and capable of adapting and improving?
To be only defensive is offensive to our spirit.
WTF, What're The Forces we need to apply now in the right directions?

Posted by: Stug Guts [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 26, 2016 3:18 PM

" without destroying, perverting, and corrupting that which is left of our America."

Please enlighten me as to that which is left?

Posted by: Dennis Myers [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 27, 2016 2:27 PM

A somewhat different analysis of the choices we have from the Republicans and the 'disasters' offered. Read it at your peril --

Posted by: Stug Guts [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 27, 2016 3:31 PM

We need drastic change in this nation. Including a total dissolution of the current congress, executive, judicial and entire group of .gov departments/institutions. Not piecemeal but wholesale rebuilding including arrest, trial and imprisonment of the thousands of criminals in high offices. The Spengler link above offers nothing of help here.

We will soon find out what the Amerikan people are made of. The day of reckoning is close as most here seem aware.

There is no perfect POTUS candidate and will not be for this election. The people are sheep and cannot be dragged away from their TV long enough to become educated for their own good.

The people are the power and are mostly ignorant of this fact. The ride coming will be brutal.

Posted by: Terry [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 27, 2016 5:23 PM

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