Friday, June 6, 2014

No matter what you think you're doing, you're not doing anything.

And neither am I.

One of the reasons I have slowed way down on my posting, and when I do post it is more frequently about some silly meme or joke, or a quick comment on a funny YouTube video, perhaps a cursory examination of a meaningless event or a snide remark about the latest madcap antics of our Most Beloved because I feel that there is truly nothing of any significance that can be done.

Ann Barnhardt says it for me:

When I read commentator after commentator breathlessly asking, “Why would they do this? It looks so bad!” I just shake my head. They did it because THEY ARE THE ENEMY. They’re not Americans. America is dead. It’s their state now, and they will do what they want, when they want, and what you think about it or what the Constitution or the old U.S. Code says is utterly, totally, completely irrelevant.

They don’t care that it looks bad because the overthrow of the constitutional republic is a fait accompli and has been for YEARS. What the hell are you going to do about it? Nothing. Oh, you’ve made that PERFECTLY clear. These people have been committing CAPITAL OFFENSES according to the old U.S. Code on a daily basis for YEARS and NO ONE GIVES A SHIT. No one will do anything except cluck their tongues and shake their heads. Every day you can find some new piece commenting on all of this which uses the word “outrage”. What are you talking about, “I’m outraged”? No you aren’t. If you were outraged you would have done something, and you would have done it a long time ago. And no, signing some bullshit “petition” online is NOT DOING SOMETHING. Spamming people with emails saying, “Oh my gosh, this is outrageous!” is NOT DOING SOMETHING. Making up a damn Twitter hashtag is NOT DOING SOMETHING. Showing up to a “march” where people go for a leisurely walk in a circle with their friends, and then have a cook-out or picnic, and then everyone’s home in time for Game of Thrones or The Walking Dead IS NOT DOING SOMETHING. “Liking” a post on Facebook is NOT DOING SOMETHING.
None of us are really doing anything because the only thing left to do is to start arresting people. And that will not be allowed without fighting and killing. And that is revolution. And no one wants that.

No one.

But no one in the entire history of mankind has ever WANTED war. one SANE. And America is chock full of sane people. Good people. Kind people. Optimistic people. Naive people.

The very qualities that make us so wonderfully unique, so gosh darned NICE are the reasons we allow so much perfidy and lawlessness and corruption in our politicians and shrug our shoulders. Our naive belief in a system that is completely broken and buried under a century of progressive bullshit  allows us to hope that signing some stupid online petition or giving money to an outspoken candidate who will SURELY fix things or simply voting will be all that is needed to get things on the right track.

It won't. It's too late for that. Maybe, if our parents had seen the danger of asking government to take care of so much, if THEY hadn't been naive, we wouldn't be here...but we all share in this. And we will all bear the yoke of slavery because of it.

There is only one way these people will ever, ever, ever be stopped. They must be forcefully, physically removed. This means war. This means hot counter-revolution. This means people are going to die on all sides. They will commit atrocities, because they are in the most literal sense, atrocious human beings. The definition of “atrocious” is “horrifyingly wicked”. They will burn everything to the ground and salt the earth before they release their grasp on the money and the power over human life that they have, and continue to gather to themselves in an insatiable lust with each passing day.

I've been saying this privately to my husband for years now. It's too late to fix peacefully. The men who really run things in this country are seeking the world and will not be deterred by our pitiful pleas for release. They want it all and they have the armies, the technology, the will to do whatever it takes to control everything.

The question is: do we have the will to resist?

I don't know anymore. It must surely come when we reach the point where we would rather die than live as they determine we must.

We're certainly not there yet. And I don't know if we ever will be and I don't think it is because they will prove to be merciful and benevolent rulers, allowing us our "Survivor" reruns and our Sunday football. They will be -- eventually...inevitably -- horrifyingly brutal. But their brutality will only show itself when we, the people, are utterly and completely defenseless...not just physically unarmed against their armies but spiritually and emotionally unarmed, too.

Not a very upbeat post. But somehow it seems appropriate on this 70th anniversary of D Day, the Normandy Invasion. Once brave men stood against evil. Now we barely look up from our computers or smartphones or streaming Netflix.

We should all have learned these words and taken them to heart:

H/T: Doug Ross @ Journal


  1. Normally I'd be pretty fired up for the upcoming election. Actually fixing things would cause so much initial pain that it'd be political suicide. Any fixes will have to arise out of the culture first. The culture's not in the toilet it's in the cesspool, the toilet would be a step up, so I don't really see that happening any time soon.

    I wobble back and forth over the despair line. Maybe there are counter trends that I don't see or are stronger than I think. At the moment the future looks dark. The useful idiots of the left think they're winning, they have no idea of the horrific future they're creating.

    Venting outrage doesn't actually get things fixed but it does have some utility. as Whittle said in the Gaslighting video, It let's people know that they're not crazy, they're not alone, other people see these things too and know that they're wrong. That helps people resist the complete spiritual and emotional disarming you mentioned.

  2. Incidentally, I like the funny/non-political posts too. I tend to have more trouble thinking of a comment for those though.

    1. Thanks, RG. And you're right about how important it is to just SAY the truth. Like Bill Whittle's video, which reminds me of William Blake's saying, "When I tell the truth, it is not for the sake of convincing those who do not know it, but for the sake of defending those that do."

      So, when I'm not altogether depressed to the point of sloppy drinking, I will try to post what I see as the truth.

      And when I can't bring myself to do that, I'll post stupid shit.

  3. Never give up hope that things can be remedied without drastic action, but be prepared for the worst.

    --- Former Cub Scout

    1. Feeling more despondent than usual today. It's D-Day and instead of feeling like our country still stood for what was good and just, we have Obama chewing gum at D-Day ceremonies. Even the French were twittering about what a classy move that was.

      I could just puke. I just hope the SMOD gets here before either the clock runs out on global chaos or these idiots finalize their plans to destroy everything. ;)

      I'll be better tomorrow. Promise.

  4. For the first time in 42 years, I didn't vote on June 3. I probably won't vote again. I don't give a shit. Both parties have sold out to the Gramsci/Marxist ideology. There is a crisis of authority. Both the D's and the R's are exercising the"fist of force" to keep their faithful in line. A pox on all of their houses. I agree with Barnhardt, even though she overstates her case. I need another drink.

    1. Both parties have sold out. My dear friend's aunt has waded into the fray here in California at the local level and she talks about how the Republican party is even MORE antagonistic to the Tea Party and the idea of taking back government than are the Democrats! Everyone is in on the power grab and NO ONE is interested in even entertaining the idea that they should play by the rules of law and the Constitution.

      We are well and truly fucked.

    2. Buttercup, I've been of the opinion for years that the 2 party system (which we have hear as well in a different form) is just a shell game instituted by TPTB to give us the illusion that we a have semblance of a say in things. As I told my closest friend many years ago, we lost our freedoms decades ago. Sure, our votes can make some difference and chuck some people in or out of power. Problem is that the people who really run things behind the scenes don't give a stuff, they have have the true power and no conscience to stop them using that power as they see fit. Marxism/socialism, Islam, etc - all sisters under the skin and tools in the hands of these people.

  5. For the first time in 42 years, I didn't vote on June 3. I probably won't vote again. I don't give a shit. Both parties have sold out to the Gramsci/Marxist ideology. There is a crisis of authority. Both the D's and the R's are exercising the"fist of force" to keep their faithful in line. A pox on all of their houses. I agree with Barnhardt, even though she overstates her case. I need another drink.