The Angry Man


Head over to Brock’s place and read.

The Angry Men (and the Angry Women) are, in my opinion, the decisive variable in the Upcoming Festivities.

As Brushbeater pointed out the other day, that which has been done in the past has failed and is not worthy of repetition.

Going forward, if people are wise enough to change course, the history of this country can and will be changed by the Deplorables.

The Reds are going to Red.

The Government Stooges are going to stooge.

The Petty Nobility of so-called ‘leaders’ are going to continue to audition for the gibbet or the guillotine.

Jackboots are going to jackboot.

But what will the real Americans do?

Time will tell.


22 responses to “The Angry Man

  1. He has no front sight on that AR.

  2. hiddenhollow

    Thank you.

  3. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  4. ” His last name, his race and his religion don’t matter.”
    Consider me triggered. I get what the author was trying to do with the piece overall but damn it’s milquetoast


    Channel your anger. Practice shooting. Exercise. Read the Letters To The Editor in the local addition of your Daily Fish Wrap. Take note who are the SJW”s, special snowflakes, (((TRIBE MEMBERS))), and status quo supporters. Find out more about them. Plan.

    • Even better: If the speshul continues after President Trump is sworn in, make the hives even more speshul. One does not need to totally break a leg of their supply chain to let them descend further into the shitholes that they are. Even minor acts add up. Merchandise arriving damaged cannot be distributed. Traffic signals at major intersections that don’t work are another example. Think a bit, and I suspect one can come up with a variety of ways for a lone wolf to lower the “quality of life” for hive dwellers, without much risk of getting caught. Never forget the all-seeing eyes of electronics out there today, however. Make sure your actions aren’t an audition for “Law Enforcement” entertainment.

  6. Two things doom the angry man, and they’re related.
    A belief in ‘gov/authority’ and the need to partake in ‘voting’
    Both are fatal to Liberty as Freedom and ‘gov/authority’ are
    absolutely diametrically opposed as Larken Rose showed
    in “The Most Dangerous Superstition”. (Yep, this is going to piss
    off the resident statists/collectivists here that pretend to be freedom
    activists/freedom minded, but that can’t be helped..they’re not even
    free in their own minds if they still believe in the ‘political paradigm’)

    The Most Dangerous Superstition (Free PDF version)

    The Whole Problem (and Solution) in Two Minutes

    If You Were King

    The Jones Plantation

    What Anarchy Isn’t

    When one realizes and understands that ‘gov/authority’ doesn’t exist
    and that there is no legitimacy to it or to the parasitic pathological
    narcissists and sociopaths that comprise the ‘ruling class’ one is much
    more free than one who believes he has to ‘vote’ or petition for his ‘rights’.
    Believing in ‘gov/authority’ is a form of religious worship that is no different
    from other religious worship but it is one of the most dangerous mental
    falsehoods because it states at it’s core that the ‘worshipper’ is owned by the ruling class and owes them a duty to obey and support them.

    The Complete and Undeniable Truth – Larken Rose

    Yes, I’m an Angry Man, but I’m not shackled to the false religion
    of ‘gov/authority’ whatsoever!

    Yours In Liberty via Anarchy/Volunterism!
    NorthGunner III

    • 200 Pages!

      I’m beguiled and I will get back to you, thanks.

    • MichiganderJim

      Masterpiece comment—early nomination for Comment of the Year. Readers here might find “The Complete and Undeniable Truth” particularly helpful.

      OTOH to hear them tell it, facing an assault is easier–and takes less courage–than listening to that.

  7. Not a difficult premise to support.

    “” The “Game of Liberals” is over “” That remains to be seen; until the liberals go into their virtual caves of Cappadoccia and stay there; we should not rest….

  8. Hoist the Black Flag and begin slitting throats.

  9. Time to beat those plowshares back into swords. Old guys, arm yourselves. The duty falls to us. It happened on our watch, thus it is our responsibility to begin the process. Let us not be deceived, we likely shall not finish this, but it is by God our duty to begin. As tfAt has said – 100 to 200 million. Ugly as it is, sadly, it simply is…
    “…it will be loud, it will be brutal – and it will not be mistaken for a 4th of July parade”
    I wish it was not so…

    • It started back in the 1840s when hordes of German and Irish aliens flooded our shores. The nation was doomed. The Tyrant Lincoln stabbed it in the back. Wilson buried it. FDR and LBJ created a monster in it’s place. Every president from Carter to Obama has subverted it’s interests to those of an insignificant nation on the other side of the world.

    • MichiganderJim

      Technically that’s exactly how you wish it were, since that’s all it is…a wish. You’re a good man Grandpa but one of the reasons we’re here is the ubiquitous belief in duty, an unchosen obligation. There’s no such thing and never was…that’s why you chose every single one of your obligations. Check it out and go through them—you did.

      The harder part to accept is so did everyone else.

    • Do understand that, if FreeFor works it reasonably right, those 100 to 200 million will largely take care of themselves. The overwhelming majority of them are hive dwellers, and if that supply chain breaks…

  10. You keep using that word…I don’t think anarchism means what you think it does.

    Perhaps you should read Gramsci and then Chomsky. But don’t let underlying theory of the religion you adhere to interrupt your fantasy.

    That’s for you and your fellow ‘anarcho-capitalists’.

    • MichiganderJim

      Why would anyone read Chomsky? Except for a few details about linguistics, the guy has absolutely nothing to offer of any value. And even the linguistics value is laid to waste because he gets so much big stuff wrong, even about that.

      Things mean that to which they refer BTW, no matter what you believe or what Chomsky taught you. Easy-peasy except for over-rationalized deep thinkers like Chomsky.

      • Jim, got his stuff on the shelf. Part of understanding your enemy. No different then Alinsky, or Mao, or Kissinger, or Five Rings. It’s all about multi strategy building.

        Know their minds, know their soles.

      • Chomsky simply codified what anarchism truly believes, bringing it to a modern era. You probably don’t even know who Gramsci is, either. Anarchism’s intention is to erode the existing order (capitalism, in their words an outgrowth of the old feudal order) to pave the way for an egalitarian union, absent nations. It is inherently Marxist, no matter any justification given to the contrary.

        The ideological label to which you apparently cling is rooted in exactly nothing. What’s worse is that you don’t know the difference or why. Brilliant must be a man who clings to a movement without knowing any of it’s theoretical underpinnings aside from it’s self-claimed (but never achieved) ends.

        But don’t let it interrupt y’alls’ fantasy land. Movements must be built on people and common bonds with an understood social goal…something ‘anarcho-anything-other-than-Marx-ism’ doesn’t do.