The Coming Persecution – Ten Steps To Take In Preparation

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AmRRON’s John Jacob Schmidt sends.

There is no going back.

Forward.

37 responses to “The Coming Persecution – Ten Steps To Take In Preparation

  1. Like that guy a lot have listened to his podcast regularly for about 9 mos now. Give it a whirl kids.

    Op tempo and momentum still ramping up. See Drudge: Flag burning planned. Someones burning churches (suspect regime forces?) and now NYC flag burn set for 7/4.

    Agitprop here:
    “We find it a sign of the times that people can care so much about a piece of cloth, while at the same time be so quiet about black churches being burned all over the country,” a post on Facebook said. “Perhaps this is the great difference between us and the so-called ‘patriots’. While they express their loyalty to symbols, we express our loyalty to the lives of the oppressed.”

    I believe in God and his goodness! You Godless shitbags picking this fight will rue the day you kicked the hornets nest. I’m sorry for my sins Lord and I ask for your strength to protect the week and infirmed in the coming conflagration. Please give me the strength to do Your will. My life is Yours to do with what You need done.

    • Negro churches, aka black churches, are almost always burned by the ministers or deacons therein. That’s what happened last time there was a rash of them.

      The best guess is that they expect the current bruhaha down in Charleston to provide cover for their arson. Arson is usually discovered by the use of accelerants and by how much in arrears they are on payments for the church.

      • Pat,

        Michael Fumento wrote on this in the 1990s, nothing new here: http://fumento.com/racism/column8.html

        Fumento on USA Today misreporting: http://fumento.com/arson/kudos.html

        “In the first five months of 1996, there were 34 arsons against black churches and 32 against nonblack ones. In just the next four months, this jumped to 58 in black churches and 102 in nonblack ones, according to the Church Arson Task Force. These were mostly copycat fires. Arrested arsonists told police that they “saw it on the news and this became the thing to do,” explained James E. Johnson, an assistant Treasury secretary who served as the task force’s co-chairman.”

        A more recent treatment of this: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tom-blumer/2015/06/19/ap-history-attacks-black-churches-shows-no-previous-murders-over-50

        The NFPA tracks all arsons across the USSA and an enterprising researcher could pore over their arson investigation findings and discover just who is convicted of doing these things: http://www.nfpa.org/

        It would also be interesting to see what percentage of intentional building fires the result of attempted insurance fraud…

        Bill Buppert

      • Jimmy the Saint

        Nothing like a little “Jewish Lightning” as the insurance adjusters used to call it.

      • outlawpatriot

        Just curious Pat, how do you know almost all “negro” churches are burned by their ministers and deacons?

        No shot. Just curious. 🙂

    • Great, Tom. Good for you.

      “Vengeance is Mine saith the Lord.”

      Make me thine instrument, Oh Lord my God, I pray.

  2. It’s all about focusing on preps and your tribe. Local politics and the “who’s who” of one’s community structure in all realms. Be cautious in all you do, say and interact with….

  3. 3, 9, and 10 are going to be very difficult for the rugged individualists here to pull off.

    Time to put egos in check and get to work.

  4. 1. Pray.

    The purest and truest form of prayer is physical work towards you do to achieve the same thing you are praying for. You start along the path and God will help you get there.

    Everything else is commentary.

  5. The man is totally wedded to the State.

    “Get yourself a licence.” Phew!

    • outlawpatriot

      And you’re a fucking idiot. Go make some tea bitch.

    • If you plan on using the Amateur Radio licensed frequencies, you should get a license to do it. Not because you love the regime, because in the near-term it helps our friends at the ARRL. In the near-term, having a license to operate lets you become PROFICIENT and STANDARDIZED with other Operators internationally and domestically, which will be immediately useful in case of disorder (the internetz with all the knowledge you don’t have being down -for your purposes-).
      As a proficient operator with multiple-redundancy gear (a dozen extra Beofeng HT units?), you will be in a position to operate long-range under the old legal regime (registered call sign) and may be grandfathered into the new one after a period of disorder. During the disorder, your redundant equipment may be useful to your new friends who keep you and the shack safe.

      In the near-term, getting a License (Amateur, GROL, whatever modes you need) prevents at least one battle you don’t have to fight for a tiny bit of money and effort. You do not want to be the subject of a hunt, because you have been DF’d as you finish your first word. The van is moving. No one will mourn your silence on the airwaves and your lawyer will happily bill all the hours.

      If you don’t want to broadcast on the Amateur or licensed commercial bands, there is always CB and FRS radio (where there are rules, but not licenses). Breaker-Breaker-Good-Buddy…..
      and full-spectrum all-modes super-awesome recording scanners.

      1% TX.

      • +1! Once you achieve your Technician license (or higher), these guys go out of their way to help you get where you want to be in the world of comm. I just went to the local ‘Field Day’; this proved out 100% correct, even when telling them my interest was ‘grid down comm’ and training for that. The paltry $1.50 a YEAR for 10 years of transmitting freedom in normal (so called) times is worth not being RDF’d by ‘fox hunting’ hams and being contacted by the FCC in a not so nice way.

      • outlawpatriot

        Yeah. That’s what I said. 😉

    • Lost Patrol

      There are three reasons (maybe more) why one should get a license.
      1) It teaches you much of what you need to know to be able to operate.
      2) License hams’ will not talk to you if you do not have a call sign. And some will turn you in if you attempt to operate without one.
      3) Practice … like working out, hitting the range etc. One needs to practice as it is a learning curve which requires … practice. And to do that you need a license.
      There will be a time to go clandestine, but until then why draw unnecessary attention to yourself. Get the tools, and when it is necessary, you will be ready. Cheers, LP

  6. Great post. Keep praying.

    “Judica me, Deus, et discerne causam meam de gente non sancta: ab homine iniquo et doloso eripe me: quia tu es Deus meus et fortitudo mea.”

  7. i always thought that i would take a bullet to the head before i would deny Christ, considering i should live another 40 years; looking more and more like i may test that thought.

    • SameNoKami

      Why not give a bullet to the head of the one wanting you to deny Christ before he will spare your life ?

  8. Highly over-wrought.

    A lot of people are just hoping and praying for the SHTF or TEOTWAWKI, moment, but instead we live in permanent SNAFU world. Situation Normal, All Fucked Up. This new normal appears quite stable.

    Watch both Greece and Puerto Rico fail to make bond payments, and see the relative ease with which some sort of lash-up or new arrangement is put together. As today’s demonstration the “the sky is still up there”.

    FedZilla has no need to go door to door arresting Christians, they have already won the culture war, soon anyone objecting to gay weddings will be as retrograde as we viewed my grandfathers calling blacks “spearchuckers” in casual conversation.

    No doubt a few recalcitrant hold-out bakers will be fined out of existence, soon the sheep will know not to go “over there”. And that will be that.

    I hate to ruin the doom-vibe around here, so many people have so much invested in it. But false assumptions create false conclusions. The false assumption that the Cathedral is weak and rickety, and will soon fail catastrophically leads to the wasted effort in gearing up, both mentally and physically, for a day that will never come.

    Meanwhile smarter animals are at least realizing “this is it, as good as it gets”. Because SHTF would be a big improvement in a lot of ways, but keying action on it happening means that no action is ever taken, the pot gets hotter and hotter and we frogs never jump out.

    • Why are you even posting then? Or bothering to read sites like this? I can think of much better ways to “enjoy the decline.”

    • Jackson, I’ve read your stuff before…but it still makes me chuckle. If the PTB didn’t know their debPonzi was nearing collapse, they wouldn’t be grabbing so desperately at our guns. The days of the Zionist Occupation Government buying consent with debtbux are numbered, and that number has 3 digits. Thank you for the entertainment

    • “Watch both Greece and Puerto Rico fail to make bond payments, and see the relative ease with which some sort of lash-up or new arrangement is put together.”
      ——————-
      No doubt. Financial ruin as a SHTF situation is way down on the list. But its second order affects are not. Puerto Rico fails to make its bond payments. No the sky does not fall. But what does happen is that the electric company and sewer plants slowly degrade to failure as everything is cut to the bone forced upon them by the receiver. PR slowly turns into a Bangladesh or a rerun of Blade Runner.

      Sounds so pleasant, lets book a flight!

  9. Does the Regime consider you a “socially dangerous person”?
    ——————————–
    At this juncture I don’t think there is any individual who is NOT a socially dangerous person. Given the factionalism that is rampant in the country any group is available to classify any other group a social deviant personality worthy of lock up or worse. The govt is just sitting there and tabulating scores.

  10. We might see a resurgence of the Church Militant out of all this.

    On the other hand, there are those calling for the “Benedict Option”, essentially recreating the monasteries of old, with an involved lay community outside of it, withdrawing from society in order to preserve a vestige of civilization, a light in the new dark ages that we seem hell-bent on creating as a culture.

  11. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

  12. Good advice, even for non-Christian patriots.

    • Agree. I hope the Crusaders don’t forget they have allies who are not “god fearing”. And I hope they don’t forget there are plenty of “god fearing” people in the ruling class (although one can certainly wonder how sincere, since such people do a lot of things Jesus would not do).

      • outlawpatriot

        Mmm… Not sure now that anybody not ” God fearing” is an ally.

        Just sayin’ anarchist. 😉

    • SemperFi, 0321

      Glad to see there’s a few of us on the same page. Mythology addiction isn’t too healthy.

  13. There is no “wedded to the state” about an amateur radio license. The exams are given by licensed amateurs, the question pools are created by licensed amateurs, the only thing the FCC does is issue the license after receipt of the exam certification. Amateur radio operators want it that way for a number of reasons.

    Those that think that “after the balloon goes up” they’ll be able to operate in any way and on any frequency that they wish are going to be in for a very rude awakening. You won’t know to operate at all, won’t know how to create and set up your antennas, won’t know how to use test equipment, won’t know which way your antenna should be facing, in short, you won’t know squat.

    No experienced operator will work with you until you become qualified to work your radio.

    Getting licensed is the fastest, most professional way to become proficient.

    Or, you can continue to hard ass it, and find out the same, hard way what I’ve said above is oh, too true.

  14. When Jesus said to sell your cloak and buy a sword… He was just kidding.

    Recent conversation:

    Him: Stephen even asked God to forgive the sons of bitches.

    (Note this is when Stephan was being stoned).

    Me: He hardly had a choice in the matter. And besides, he had at least a million Christians around him cheering on his stoning for Jesus.

    (Note at the time of Stephan’s stoning, Christianity was in its infant stages).

    You get the sarcasm, or you don’t.