Buppert: Forever Wars & Armed American Supremacism

war is good biz

Not what you were taught in grade school.

I wonder why that is.


18 responses to “Buppert: Forever Wars & Armed American Supremacism

  1. And the chickens are about to come home to roost…

    Locate and make contact with your state militia.

    You’re gonna need “friends”.


  2. IMO, wars are great for paying off all sorts of people and companies and countries with tax money that is never accounted for and also creates opportunity to increase hardships on the people domestically that are acceptable.
    I’m actually jealous of wars hundreds of years ago that were simple, you fight for me or this country or we kill you for refusing to fight. at least it was honest. sure, leaders were corrupt then to but it was more of a straight line. you didn’t have some businessman in northern England getting filthy rich in 1600 because he made horseshoes and was sending people to London to encourage war to sell more horseshoes.

  3. The Usual Suspect

    Uhhhh ! Practice makes perfect ???

  4. Somewhat exagerrated but the point is taken.

  5. Colorado KnightOwl

    I know you like to pick on ole Greenwood….but I still love my country. I hate and fear my government, but I do love the land and most of the people here. Well the older, not brought up as lil socialists Americans. Still, I would not choose to live anywhere else. You?
    Our Gov’t is Fked Up and is a threat to us. A Clear and Present Danger. Jefferson thought that we might might need a revolution every generation or so to keep the Tree of Liberty alive and well. Well it is longgggggggg overdue to spill the blood of tyrants and refresh the tree.
    I still keep my oath to defend the Constitution while admitting that it is far from perfect. You should read “The 5000 Year Leap” which explains to even people like tfa-t and Mattis, that while we have a long way to go, we are starting in a far better place than our ancestors started from.
    When this is over, and we reset. I hope we start with our current Constitution and strengthen it, leaving ZERO ambiguity on the Bill of Rights and what people in Gov’t can and CANNOT do. We must allow the citizens the ability to bring charges against any and all politician, judge, or government official who violates any portion of that new document. Violations should increase in severity the higher up the food chain you are. Politicians, Judges, and government workers who violate anyone’s rights should be held to a much higher standard of conduct than the general citizen they SERVE.

    My 2 cents…

    • Our Gov’t is Fked Up and is a threat to us.”

      You should read The Most Dangerous Superstition [pdf, H/T Steve Kristmann] A short excerpt:

      Most of the debates and writings that led up to the ratification of the U.S. Constitution focused on limiting the powers that the federal government would have, and on discussing all of the things that it was not allowed to do. The Bill of Rights, for example, is a list of things the U.S. government is constitutionally prohibited from doing. In fact, the Ninth and Tenth Amendments make it an open-ended list, so that the federal “government,” in theory, was not supposed to do anything except what the Constitution specifically “authorized” it to do. Nonetheless, with the possible exception of the Third Amendment, the “Bill of Rights” also happens to be a list of rights that federal agents violate every single day, in every state in the union. In reality, whether on an individual or national level, telling someone “You have the right to rule others, but only within these limits” will, sooner or later, result in that person dominating others without recognizing any limits to his power.

      In the long run, there is no such thing, and can be no such thing, as “limited government,” because once someone is accepted by others as a rightful master, and believes himself to have the moral right to rule, there will be nothing and no one “above” him, with the power to restrain him. Inside a “government,” a higher “authority” might choose to limit a lower “authority,” but logic and experience show that an authoritarian hierarchy, taken as a whole, will never limit itself for long. Why would it? Why would a master ever put his own interests below the interests of his slaves? The Constitution is a perfect example of this: a piece of parchment which purported to grant very limited “authority” to certain people but which utterly failed to stop those people from going beyond those limits, creating something that eventually grew into the most powerful authoritarian empire in history. And the problem cannot be solved by appointing another set of masters (e.g., a “court system”) inside the same authoritarian structure, with the supposed purpose of enforcing limits upon the first set of masters. “Separation of powers” and “checks and balances” and “due process” are meaningless if the masters and those assigned to limit them are both part of the same authoritarian organization. [emphasis in original]

    • MichiganderJim

      “When this is over, and we reset. I hope we start with our current Constitution and strengthen it”

      Whew. I’d suggest going to Plan B now.

  6. SemperFi, 0321

    Amazing what a little patriotism can accomplish. A complete blindfolded brainwashing campaign for the masses, and it continues on.
    But hey, somebody has to teach those brown people a lesson, right?

    • MichiganderJim

      Lol anyone but oneself, right? Here’s that other point yet again, from elsewhere…
      “Unless/until people with guts and brains actually take real, demonstrative action, it’s nothing but bits, bytes and bullsh*t.”

      THAT’S why Mahleur was the first defeat. When those folk did exactly that, everyone was busy analyzing how supposedly foolish it was…when it was really just about those folk, their property and what they chose to do about it.

      The response to someone doing that shouldn’t be yapping about how poorly they did it. It should be about doing it better. But that takes looking inward instead of outward.

  7. Randall Flagg

    Gordon Kahl was unavailable for comment.

  8. outlawpatriot

    A little stretching of reality. Typical of Buppy. But it is a cold, hard, stone fact. This country is and has been in perpetual war since its inception. That needs to change. Gotta win a war first though. Wha? Shit! Damn! I… I… 🙂

    • Dr. Mullenax,

      I’m pleased that your ad hom is at a low rumble and your homoerotic confrontations are absent. I have pen and paper handy, please correct me on “stretching of reality”, I am all ears.

      Bill Buppert

    • MichiganderJim

      “A little stretching of reality…”

      Neat trick; pretty sure that takes place only in your mind.

  9. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..

  10. ALCON,

    Wake up and smell the military/industrial complex:


    Posted at 1700 hours daily, Monday-Friday.

    Take a gander. Awards EVERY day, not only in the millions of $, not only in the 10s of millions $ but, in the HUNDREDS of MILLIONS of debtbucks almost every stinkin’ day.

    Welfare different from the EBT cards and foodstamps. But, welfare all tne same. Just a different way to distribute.

    FreeFor has more competition for “hearts & minds” than they realize.

    Never Give Up Your Guns.