Monthly Archives: November 2012

FUBAR-er


Cox and Archer: Why $16 Trillion Only Hints at the True U.S. Debt

Denninger: Oh, About Those Unfunded Liabilities

Wait ’til 2014!

We’ll show ’em then.

Sigh…

Get It?


Zoomie asks a fundamental question.

From WhiteHouse.gov


Presidential Memorandum — National Insider Threat Policy and Minimum Standards for Executive Branch Insider Threat Programs

Welcome to FUSA.

(h/t Tracked)

SHTF School: Drugs During SHTF – Part II


Selco discusses ground truth in hell.

Coming soon to a playground near you.

In Lieu Of Some Holiday Nonsense Gift


Consider helping these folks.

I am.

Wolverines 2012


Were that tea partiers were grabbing their AKs.

Nonetheless, there are literally millions of young Call of Duty players who have not seen Red Dawn in either incarnation.

Use the flick as a teaching opportunity.

This Person Was A Leader In The Regime’s Military


Miss Barnhardt tweeted re this WaPo opinion piece over the hols, with the endorsement:

This article unwittingly shows why there should be no women in the military. Remember this for after the collapse.

The machine and its sympathizers cannot win in North America, especially against thoughtful little groups of partisans.

Remember your Mosby:

“It’s not about holding ground. It’s not even about winning for the G. It’s about the perception of not losing.”

Resist.

On Resistance


…More regimes have been brought, piecemeal, to their knees by what was once called “Irish Democracy,” the silent, dogged resistance, withdrawal, and truculence of millions of ordinary people, than by revolutionary vanguards or rioting mobs.

Eliminate The Debt Ceiling


Kevin Baker cites to madness.

Welcome to FUSA.

Grid


Explained.

The report.

Know that the Bad People will false-flag on this vector, both to spread chaos and to stir popular resentment towards the Resistance.

Don’t expect grid power.

Ol’ Remus: Insolvency


The arithmetic does not lie.

That which cannot continue forever won’t.

Keep prepping.

Max Velocity: Patriot Dawn


Coming in January.

Homeland Security Uses Local Police to Set Up Surveillance Buffer Zones


From over the transom:

The Buffer Zone Protection Program

It’s to keep you safe.

Really.

TL Davis: American Fear


TL looks at one of the elephants in the room.

I am less discouraged, if only a little.

I know that there are limited ground forces available to the Regime.

I know that the more the Regime tightens its grip, it has the unintended consequence of recruiting more folks into the front end of the FreeFor funnel.

I know that if people are prudent in their resistance expressions, there will be the ability to live a reasonably normal life – at least for a while.

I know that the vast majority of OpFor’s apparatchiki are soft, scared, and easily stomped — especially as you move further and further back from the spear’s point.

I know that the Evil Ones can be beaten.

Whether or not they will be is another question.

But I know that they can be.

Resist.

Velociman: The Wild Boar Gambit


Vman gives his version of “local, local, local”.

You can think of it as scouting for further political action, if you prefer.

Resist.

Transforming Society Into A Total Domination Control Grid


Yup.

Add to the linked info the work of Google, Apple, and others on collecting and datamining all online activity.

But look!

Shopping!

Football!

Whee!

Denninger: On Dysfunctional Relationships In Your Political Life


Word.

Remember your Einstein.

Think clearly.

Dump DC: Thanksgiving in FRONA?


Imagine freedom.

Try.

Codrea: Government Report Anticipates Calls For Gun Control In Congress


Unexpectedly!

Open Thread: Bunker Books – Volume II — Cultural


Continuing the theme of what to do if/when Internet access is lost/compromised, what cultural works should all FreeFor members have on their shelves both for personal use and the training of others?

The ambitious can aim for 30 books, 30 musical performances, and 30 movies or other film/video renderings.

Include links wherever possible, please, along with full title and author/composer/director names.