NY Rat Line — Snitch On Those Evil Gun People Who Want Babies To Die

everyone hates a snitch
Snitches get stitches and wind up in ditches.

There’s an excellent section in the classic must-read Neither Predator Not Prey on the wages of snitchery.

Don’t be a rat.

Your family begs you.

Don’t do it.

16 responses to “NY Rat Line — Snitch On Those Evil Gun People Who Want Babies To Die

  1. Reblogged this on Reality Check and commented:
    Why would you call on your neighbor for $500?

  2. Browntruck

    This is a great opportunity for “monkeywrenching”… let’s overwhelm their rat line by calling in and reporting those LEOs walking/riding around with firearms…after all, they’re only citizens just like us and shouldn’t be treated any differently than the rest of us.

    Overwhelming the rat lines by reporting every time we see a LEO with a firearm they’ll soon just shut those lines down. Let’s teach ‘em a lesson…

  3. when in danger or in doubt
    run in circles scream and shout
    (and snitch on your neighbors)
    anyone else smell the panic from our esteemed government representatives?

  4. Jimmy the Saint

    One of the nastiest things you can call a Russian (should you ever want to *really* insult one) is “stukach” – literally, “informer.” They definitely get it.

  5. This tip line should be bombarded with calls about anything even remotely resembling a gun, like how the Canadians did with their gun registry. Nerf guns, Super Soakers, etc. And, of course, police armed with “assault” weapons and “illegal” standard-capacity magazines.

  6. Frank Sin Natra

    A appropriate ebook… http://rats-nosnitch.com/

  7. Buy a Trak phone.
    Get names, addresses of all politicians, commie-libs and anal do-gooders.
    Start calling.

  8. An old joke from the Soviet era comes to mind:

    Elderly Jew Slotnik awakens one morning in the early spring to find that a dozen KGB men are digging up his dormant garden. They’re clearly looking for something, but he can’t imagine what. He ventures out somewhat timidly and asks the leader of the detachment, who tells him that they received an anonymous tip that there were tens of thousands of gold rubles buried in Slotnik’s garden, just a foot beneath the surface. Slotnik knows better than to argue with the KGB, so he shrugs and returns inside.

    Presently the KGB men decide they’re not going to find anything and depart.

    A bit later in the day, Slotnik’s neighbor Meyer, a somewhat younger man, drops by for a visit. Slotnik asks him if he knows about the visit by the KGB. Meyer smiles and replies, “Oh, of course. Remember, I promised to turn over your old garden so you wouldn’t have to do it yourself? I decided I was too tired for all that heavy labor, so I made one little phone call…”

    New Yorkers can find a workable variation on the theme, I’m sure.

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  10. Anyone in the area who can call/text in the location of the gov. mansion guards? “Suspicious guys with guns under their coats, may be after our poor gov”…

  11. similar vermin

    A lot of the snitchs will be yor children either intentially or not. The State has been their mother and father almost as long as you.

  12. Hillard Foster Jr

    First you call in every possible report you can. While watching how they respond.
    Then put out spike strips, and make calls.
    Plywood with nails do a number on tires. Eventually they will stop reacting to calls about guns.

  13. Jimmy the Saint

    Easiest way to avoid snitches? Follow some old cowboy wisdom: Never miss a chance to shut up.

    Second easiest way? Remember some old pirate wisdom: Dead men tell no tales (or, more modernly, Three can keep a secret if two are dead). Of course, that’s a bit more of an anti-social approach….