Buppert: Individual Liberty And Freedom Is Simple

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A brief post.

And worth your while.

16 responses to “Buppert: Individual Liberty And Freedom Is Simple

  1. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

  2. Aggression has already been instituted by the government, Federal,state,and local. It’s just a question of how much pushing and beating by the Bully one is going to put up with.

  3. SemperFi, 0321

    The dumbmasses don’t want simplicity. Offer them a simple solution, and they go right back to the same complex mess they left last week, they will argue for more laws, lawyers and idiocy, and try to explain why it needs to be that way.
    Brainwashing is bone deep.

    • I figure who gives a fuck if they live like that? Just as well they did, isn’t it? What business is it of ours, to protect them, or even help them unless there’s some reason somebody chooses to? Not that it’s wrong or anything; people should protect to their hearts’ and minds’ content whomever they choose, whenever they choose and however they choose. Protecting one’s own can only be good. I guess the question is, “Who chooses what one owns?,” as if it’s really tough to tell. Or if it comes to blows, to “decide” that way; pretty easy to tell then too, seems to me. One’s breathing.

      That hardly implies one has chosen the obligation to help. If one chooses not to help, then that’s the end of it. There can be no higher principle, if ownership is to mean anything.

      The point was originally akin to anyone who would willingly turn in or register their weapons–to anybody–should!

      Anyway, the social line gets drawn when a guy talks about someone else doin’ it, which is one thing ALL collectivists do. Who else do they have?

      • SemperFi, 0321

        I could care less what the masses do, EXCEPT, they will pass laws that affect the rest of us who don’t want their silly lifestyle choices. That’s what sucks!
        I live a pretty simple rural lifestyle, not many people around to control me, yet any time I wish to go and do something on USFS or BLM land, I am now subject to laws and regulations which come down from the big control centers, and the thinking set down by the environazis who wish to run things from their viewpoint. Since we can’t agree on most things, I have no choice but to do as I please and ignore what they think is best for me. Flying under the radar is a normal day for me, and my own form of resistance. But it’s not how it should be, they’re just winning by convincing the dumbmasses they know better, and have big grant monies on their side too.

  4. Senatssekretär FREISTAAT DANZIG
  5. Absolutely!

  6. Just so you know how your cell phones can be “managed”

    check it out

    • Nice post thank you. I’m pretty sure this wider management is already in place for some of us. I’ve noticed latency with WRSA for myself for instance. I’ve also noticed flat out DNS as mentioned in this video.

      As long as they can print, this shit will go on. I wonder what would happen if the entire ponzi cart was uprooted and turned over on it’s side (like in 08?) . Would they fold or keep bluffing? You’re living in the answer.

    • Uhhhh, look up femtocell. Example product — http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/femtocell-verizon-hack/ The use might be novel, but the product/tech is not.

      Still a big deal you say? Well consider, there is already at least one developer who offers peer to peer capability with your cell handset, no cell tower required. — http://www.geek.com/mobile/terranet-creates-peer-to-peer-cellphone-network-568085/ — Primary requirement is a rooted phone and a software load. Rather than see this video as a techno-march of the OPFOR think of it as a guerrilla technique for communications. $300 to equip a 10 man squad with 1/2 mile comms. That’s cheaper than FRS if you don’t need the additional comm range.

      • Dog, that’s awesome. I’m alone here in CTstan but I do appreciate the technology. How line of site or terrain dependent is this tech? Do you know? Both ATT and Verizon are major contributors to Planned Partenhood. I’m looking to dump them as fast as I can.

    • The relevant FCC law specifies “interfere with” and dates back to 1937, and applies to anything wireless. That’s the rhetoric; we know that existing law (or anything else they want codified) as never stopped a regime. Such techniques have already been in use by the Stasi-types at various levels. The important takeaway is any despot’s Rule #1:
      Rules for thee, but not for me.

  7. swan832013

    The BEST were removed from office…. and they were replaced with the ass kissers……
    https://lorrab.wordpress.com/2014/10/08/over-137-high-ranking-military-officers-fired-at-unpresidented-rate-military-purging/

    Angelo

  8. Marlo Stanfield

    How many people in this country would be dead without federal benefits? It would be in the millions. If California fell into the ocean, 95-99 percent of the dinner plates would be empty. Along with breakfast and lunch. It would take probably ten years to develop other locations to grow in. Because  with Cali being gone physically so are all of the people in Cali who work in the farming industry. Land gone, qualified people gone, farm equipment gone. Lets go back in time to the year 2010, when American doctors wrote 250 million scripts for anti-depressants. (Head Meds) If you think those mental patients are fucked up now, you haven’t seen nothing yet. If they didn’t have coping skills in 2010 what makes people think they have improved with five years of scripted drug use? I think the few people like me left who are not on any thing need to be preparing soil and building green houses in remote locations. Make that double walled (green house inside green house) gives your a further south temperate zone. Lets one grow in winter. DC and state and local governments are not the problem. But it is the every day run of the mill person who helped pawn off the elderly and orphans and other needy onto the governments to take care of. All religious groups got out of the helping the needy decades ago. Sure they will help some poster children if it benefits them. We are a country where 90 million plus don’t get up and go to work. 60 million abuse booze. 30 million or more abuse the illegal stuff. We are a nation of drug abusing free loaders. Owning an AR15 will keep people from taking what is yours, maybe? But that AR ownership will not change peoples freebie mentality.      From: Western Rifle Shooters Association comment-reply@wordpress.com To: marlostanfield53@yahoo.com Sent: Monday, July 27, 2015 1:06 AM Subject: [New post] Buppert: Individual Liberty And Freedom Is Simple #yiv5668596691 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv5668596691 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv5668596691 a.yiv5668596691primaryactionlink:link, #yiv5668596691 a.yiv5668596691primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv5668596691 a.yiv5668596691primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv5668596691 a.yiv5668596691primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv5668596691 WordPress.com | Concerned American posted: “A brief post.And worth your while.” | |

    • You’re dead right about the med heads. It’s a huge part of how this country is controlled.

  9. The Usual Suspect

    H.L. Mencken is equally famous for a quote that begins,
    ‘There comes a time “