The Morning After

Anthony Martin looks into the soulless, empty propect of a second Obama Administration.

Contingency plans, indeed.

And for the love of all that is holy, please learn from the squandered potential of the 2009-2010 pushback efforts.

Petitioning your rapist to “stop, if you would, sir” is just plain pathetic.

Resist.

By any means necessary.

 

9 responses to “The Morning After

  1. I am sure this has been circling in all our minds lately.
    Sometimes evil is good to have been if good men respond well to it.

  2. So. Here we have a pro-queer, pro-abortion, anti 2nd amendment, pro-cradle to grave socialist candidate bent on directing economic activities of millions.

    And then there is obama.

    so many choices.

    so much time.

  3. We are toast. Better to die a free man than a slave.

    • alan w. mullenax

      Uh, while I do not discount the possibilty of my demise, I don’t plan on dying. Nor do I fear it.

      I am under the assumption that God hates these people as much as I do and I will be the instrument of his wrath. He will watch over me. He will bring me into contact with the right people at the right time. All I need is faith.

      Bought another 120 rounds of .308 today. I also know that the good Lord helps those who help themselves.

  4. Well I am not a religious man, but I still pray.
    I pray for the Falcons and the Braves (sorry I like the home teams)
    I pray for sick children.
    I also pray that the lord puts me in the right place at the right time, makes my hand fast and my aim straight to unleash wrath upon those that will do evil.
    We are coming to a crossroads. Down one path is the long winding way to the ambush. Down the other path is the short straight route to it. You have a month to get squared away. Carry on.

  5. WIthdrawl is easier for some than others. Retired people it’s simple for, they are already separated from the world of work. A single man of any age, again, lots of men have gone to live a solitary life in a cabin somewhere throughout history.

    A suburban dad with a few kids, it’s not so easy. Realistically it’s mostly “prepping” that is left to us. Prepping, PT, whatever spiritual strengthening one partakes in.

    Stop paying taxes and you’ll end up in jail. Then how will your kids be fed. Most of us don’t live on a self-sufficent small farm anymore. S

    I don’t personally see the value of marches. To march is to appeal to the ideals of the majority. MLK and the Civil Rights movement were able to succeed in their goals because a majority of the nation agreed with their ideals. Agreed that discrimination based on race was wrong and should be abolished.

    The Obamabots are not susceptable to idealism. They already know what is ideal, some collectivist hell. They were unmoved by the Tea Party protests, they lied about them, pretended they were tiny when they were huge, attempted provocations to elicit violence, and denigrated the ideals of the participants. To this day commentators on the large networks feel free to use the term “tea bagger” in describing millions of ordinary patriotic Americans who dared to stand up for liberty. This is as rude a pejorative as one can imagine, yet it is acceptable. It is as if the Walter Cronkite and Chet Huntley had responded to the Civil Rights movement in the early 1960s by repeatedly calling the protesters the n-word on national television.

    So you have the brainwashed masses, you have the brain-washing lying media, you have puppet masters like Soros, you have legions of indoctrinated cadres. Your protests are only useful to rally the remnant and demonstrate our strength to ourselves.

    I still think that geographic separation, along the lines of Free State Project is still the best plan. Gaining control of some counties and systematically revoking Federal Programs, getting control of the state and withdrawing more control.

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  7. Attempts to “fix” America are akin to rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic. What’s happening is an example of what physicists refer to as “the Theory of Dissipative Structures”. Simply, any system, at its inception, is built to account for and function with all the available data. As time goes by, more data appears- some fits, and some does not. The “misfit” data creates stress, or “perturbation” and when it reaches a critical mass, the whole thing shakes itself apart, then is reorganized, accounting for all the available data. Soon, more data appears… Now consider: When the USA was created, things moved at the speed of the horse and buggy, and the “doubling rate” of knowledge was measured in centuries. Nowadays, things move at nearly the speed of light, and the doubling rate of knowledge is measured in years, if not months. Our “powers that be” either are stupid and don’t get it, or- more likely, they are very smart, they do get it, and are doing everything they can to make the most of the situation and Devil take the hindmost. In either case, this process cannot be stopped, but it can be appreciated and those who do so can position themselves and their loved ones to handle it in stride, all the while keeping in mind the immortal words of Star Trek’s Scotty: “Hang on Lads, it gets rough from here…”