On Newt, Frank the Cripple, And the National Defense Authorization Act


H/t to Tam for this Larry Correia piece on Newt’s felching of FDR.

Continuing relevance here.

Hope you like the high desert winters and summers, boys and girls…

18 responses to “On Newt, Frank the Cripple, And the National Defense Authorization Act

  1. The gloves are off. Keep prepping and networking. Time is short.

  2. You know for years I have read the “FEMA detention camp” stories online and I have even driven by a few of the supposed locations. I dismissed these stories as idle conspiracy nonsense at best or disinformation at worst. Now……….I am starting to rethink this position.

  3. What a surprise! I thought King Obongo was going to VETO that thing! Wait till my CongressCritter hears about this! Oh…………..you mean they voted for it too?……………………………damn. Oh, I get it now. They intend to back us into a corner that can only end with one response. That response won’t be a spoken word, but a noise. Well, one of two noises, really. The clang of a jail cell being shut, or the sound of thunder.

  4. I am not surprised at all that Obama did not veto the bill. With the exception of Ron Paul and Rand Paul, they are all members of the same Politburo who have used every real and imagined crisis to erode our rights.

    When the next major terrorist attack comes, most people will wave the flag as “enemies of the state” are hauled off.

  5. Martial law is coming. Remember, the leaders. Remove the leaders.
    DAN III
    Pennsylvania

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  7. I’ve been to some of the locations of the old Internment Camps here in the High Desert. You can still see the foundations. Once in awhile you find remnants of Patton being here.

    Of course, we are talking about approximately 25,000 square miles of Mojave Desert. ;-)

    Anyhow, the trick is not to get caught up in it. If by chance you do and you catch then coming in your door, the first guy will probably have a ballistics shield. This where your semi-auto shotgun comes in handy. First 2 shells are 000 and the first man in the door takes the 000 between the feet and knee’s. The rest of your shells are slugs. Just keep pumping them at everyone behind the ballistic shield man. You are probably going to die. :-)

    There are many scenario’s on how a roundup will occur. So just keep your ears and eyes open. They can’t hit everyone at once so you should have a warning. Some of us won’t make it. Most will if they play it right. Just watch those road blocks… there will be road blocks.

  8. Semper Fi, 0321

    Friend of mine just got out of the 82nd ABN, he refers to these camps as ‘concentration’ camps, not FEMA camps. Most of the active duty guys are very familiar with what’s about to come down. What they will do is not sure, yet.
    Ever get the feeling you can relate to a Polish Jew in about 1940? Or a native American in 1880? Your neighborhood keeps getting smaller and there’s nowhere left to go.

    • Watched Judge Napolitano tonight question a retired Col. on what would happen if the troops were ordered to fire on American civilians. Just about SHAT myself when after himming and hawwing he said “when it comes right down to it, they would obey orders!” I find that hard to believe.

  9. I live in the high desert by choice (Mojave County, AZ). I’d prefer to keep living on my own five acres. Oh, well! I probably AM going to die. Hopefully some of them, too. The 870 eight-shot is loaded as prescribed above.

  10. Jimmy the Saint

    @ghostsniper: “So? You already have that.”

    Not even close. Read a history of the Thirty Years War, or the last weeks of WWII in Berlin, or what the Japanese did as their army in the Philippines disintegrated. There are still rules (or something like them) here, as unpleasant as they may be.

  11. I grew up in Seattle and had a lot of neighbors of Japanese descent. Imagine my surprise as a kid when I learned what happened to their parents and grandparents, and that the big commercial district in the suburbs that I visited from time to time was on land that had been stolen from Japanese-American farmers. My grandmother told me about some of her friends being rounded up.

    As part of the “awareness” edumacation in school we read a story about a family sent to Manzanita. We were asked what we’d take with us if we were being sent to a concentration camp. I told them that I’d pack survival gear and shoot the people that came to detain me. “How do I know that I’m not going to go to the ovens, like the Jews?” My teacher didn’t have much to say about that….

    • I worked with a woman that, at age 9, was rounded up by the US government because she was of Japanese descent, and nothing else. She told me about standing there, with her little suit case, each “detainee” was allowed one piece of luggage, waiting for the trucks to come to take them away.

      Neither she nor her parents had any idea about what was happening, their destination, and ultimate outcome.

      What some ought to consider is, what would have happened to those in concentration camps if the US military had had a bad year in 1942, instead of what actually did happen?

      The good thing now is that there is sufficient modern battle rifles in the hands of patriots, with ammo to feed them, to make such a round up extremely expensive when, not if, it is attempted again.

      • Neither she nor her parents had any idea about what was happening, their destination, and ultimate outcome.

        Sounds like the Japanese-American version of the German Jews. They rounded up Italian-Americans and German-Americans, too.

        what would have happened to those in concentration camps if the US military had had a bad year in 1942, instead of what actually did happen?

        A concentration camp or jail is a collection of people who usually aren’t allowed to work. Since government does not have a magic fountain of money, who is working to feed these government dependents? If the tax base dries up, everybody in custody starves. Think about that before you go to the refugee camp or get into a food stamp program with the idea it’s a free feed for the duration of the unpleasantness. Socialism still doesn’t work.

        The good thing now is that there is sufficient modern battle rifles in the hands of patriots, with ammo to feed them, to make such a round up extremely expensive when, not if, it is attempted again.

        That’s a red herring. There were plenty of rifles around for the victims to have had in their homes prior to the roundup, if they had thought it was important. Anyone who would willingly go to a concentration camp is politically not your friend. Nor is anyone who wasn’t inspired to get a rifle by the ‘indefinite detention of Americans by the military’ bill. When you see these self-made victims go to the camps, wave goodbye and good riddance.

  12. Interesting use of the word “felching”. Quite a derogatory sexual term. But appropriate.