Wednesday, January 23, 2013

White, “Christian” and Treasonous: Who Will They Kill?

Via WRSA

 I assume the simple answer would be: Traitors to the Republic and they are many.

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The battle over gun control has exposed a truth the mainstream media is apparently too shy to mention: A bunch of far right white mostly southern paranoid extremists are preparing for armed revolution and apocalypse. They speak treason: literally.

They are preparing to “defend” America from America with arsenals of weapons and stockpiles of ammunition. Their “enemy” is everyone in America not like them.

They think the world is ending and/or that the government is out to get them. That doesn’t mean it will happen. But expect violence and assassinations. Their ideology is made up of equal parts racism, evangelical Christian fascination with the “end times,” hatred of president Obama, resentment of the “Old South” variety and a Fox News/Glenn Beck/Rush Limbaugh version of world “history.” As the New Yorker noted:
“Every demographic and political trend that helped to reĆ«lect Barack Obama runs counter to the [South’s] self-definition:…The Solid South speaks less and less for America and more and more for itself alone… Solidity has always been the South’s strength, and its weakness. The same Southern lock that once held the Democratic Party now divides the Republican Party from the socially liberal, fiscally moderate tendencies of the rest of America… The South’s vices—‘violence, intolerance, aversion and suspicion toward new ideas’—grow particularly acute during periods when it is marginalized and left behind. An estrangement between the South and the rest of the country would bring out the worst in both—dangerous insularity in the first, smug self-deception in the second.”
The Republican/white/southern extremists make *reasonable gun control impossible.

*Gun control?  The only reasonable gun control is hitting your intended target, dorkhead. 

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16 comments:

  1. I think they are confusing the rural/urban divide.

    The working/welfare divide.

    The Communist-Socialist/American Republic divide.

    They need to make it racial, religous, and North-South to make it all work out in their minds.

    They know nothing of any area of the Country except their safe little limo that takes them to their protected home in a an exclusive gated community, where nobody but other liberals that look down their noses at the rest of America.

    They call us fly over Country as they jet to the left coast.

    They don't know us except for what they are told and we scare them, rightfully so I think.

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    1. Agreed. We can be make fun of without consequences, so far. He ought to change the title to Black,Illiterate, and Degenerate and see what happens. Of course he's too chicken to do that,

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  2. And it seems that daily, more and more ignorant folks add themselves to the list of "hey I'm and ass... kick me"!!
    Soon enough I imagine....

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    1. Indeed. I remember when I came back to buy my nephew's place (Dixieland now) and he told me that Eastern NC Rednecks were some of the best people he ever met and I'm sure this applies to many rural folk.

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  3. What better scare the hell out of them is that the "South" is EVERYWHERE!! All across the Country.

    That "Southern" attitude is now nationwide excluding the major cities which will all fold in on themselves and implode anyways when trouble starts.

    A good example of that is the nationwide republican/democrat map. It's all red except the big cities, the northeast and west coast. All the place no one wants anyways. LOL

    Their arrogance is astounding.

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    1. What better scare the hell out of them is that the "South" is EVERYWHERE!! All across the Country.

      That "Southern" attitude is now nationwide excluding the major cities which will all fold in on themselves and implode anyways when trouble starts.

      Good points and astounding indeed.

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  4. "It's all red except the big cities, the northeast and west coast."
    Just because those places are blue, doesn't mean that some conservatives are not caught behind enemy lines. I'm born a Yankee (much to my chagrin}, but I'll die a conservative. Cuomo may be the governor of the state in which I reside, but he can kiss my a$$, if he thinks that he can just walk in, and take my guns.
    When the shooting starts, will a white flag work for me as I head south to regroup?

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    1. Come on now! I went to a deb party in Cooperstown in my youth and that area was quite conservative. We also flew a Confederate flag from the antenna there and back.:)

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  5. As usual, they just don't get it at all. What "we" want chiefly is to be left the hell alone. What they insist on, is meddling with everything we hold dear. And then they wonder why it is that "we" are riled up. I bet they poke at every hornets nest they find too...

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    1. Just unbelievable. Same as in '61, just leave us alone and we'll be fine, but oh no, we are your betters and will kill as many as necessary to impose our will upon you. People who want to control others are sick and demented.

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  6. Yea, verily, the time for regrouping is upon us. Where is the Southeastern Redoubt? From Wiki:

    "The word means "a place of retreat".[1] Redoubts were a component of the military strategies of most European empires during the colonial era, especially in the outer works of Vauban-style fortresses made popular during the 17th century, although the concept of redoubts has existed since medieval times. A redoubt differs from a redan in that the redan is open in the rear, whereas the redoubt was considered an enclosed work."

    Brock said, somewhere, that Kerodin's Citadel is in a place too cold for him. I agree, having been all over Idaho and Washington States. A diagonally opposite site in the Southeast seems strategically wise and certainly warmer.

    I see no shame in "retreating" to a place to stand. I wish harm on no man, even politicians, but I will defend my family and friends against all who would harm us.

    As that great black actor, James Earl Jones, said, "If you build it, they will come." Let's build it and provide escort services for like-minded folk of all origins. Put a coiled rattler on that white flag and we'll know you're one of us. Heh.

    I am totally opposed to aggressive, pre-emptive attack and opposed to armed rebellion, but completely in favor of all kinds of secession. My personal spiritual growth program repeatedly says, "Abandon yourself to God as you understand God." In 1990 I drove from Salt Lake City to Albuquerque to teach my daughter that an essential knowledge skill for modern life is knowing how to leave, not just when, but how. Today, I believe, and follow that tenet stronger than I did then. It worked for her and has always worked for me.

    My email signature now is "Horace Smith, Retired Anti-Federalist Libertarian Alcoholic Racket Scientist. Today I will add "Soon to have 80 winters." And I'm still the kid who often heard in Asheville NC, in the 1940s, "Well, they can kill you, but they can't eat you."

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    1. "Horace Smith, Retired Anti-Federalist Libertarian Alcoholic Racket Scientist.

      :) The mountains of NC would work for me, still too cold though.:) The Missouri mountains are supposed to be better.

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  7. What the hey, this works better.

    Horace Smith, Retired Anti-Federalist Libertarian Alcoholic Tar Heel Racket Scientist.

    This blog has probably provided or initiated more enlightenment for me than anything I've ever read and I've read about everything. Cheers. Somebody hoist a shot of George Dickel White Label for me. Old George, Father of Our Country, we used to say.

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    1. Old George, Father of Our Country, we used to say.

      :)

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  8. Actually the Cumberland Plateau and the Ozarks are two redoubt areas pointed out by a couple of Prepper writers. I like the Ozarks myself.

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    1. I believe the area around Mountain Home was mentioned. Everyone minds there own business from what I understand. Looks like the Cumberland Plateu dips down into northern Alabama. Would be warmer. I don't like too hot or too cold, but being too hot is livable whereas too cold means a lot of work getting firewood.

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