Housewife 3.0 Explains


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33 responses to “Housewife 3.0 Explains

  1. TheAlaskan

    No beards part pisses me off. Beards bitch…bfytw.

  2. St.Maur1066

    I didn’t think of the boots!…………, check.


  3. Centurion_Cornelius

    Q: Not nearly enough?
    assembly line ’em–FULLY AUTOMATED!

    SPACE–the TRULY LAST Frontier!–all are equal in TERMINAL VELOCITY FREE FALL (122 mph) Market it as Utopia and they’ll jump in like lemmings!

  4. Just a little FYI. Semi autos leave evidence. Buy a revolver if you plan mayhem. Fire destroys all evidence. Dunk it in gasoline and destroy DNA and fingerprints. Wait a few min. to let it soak into the cracks (get all that pesky DNA) then light up a big enough fire to really cook it, and book. Load and clean your weapon with NILTEX gloves on. Fingerprints on magazines, inside frames and on cases have sunk more hitters than cameras have. If you are anywhere near civilization you are on camera. A.I. systems can track anything for miles IF it has something to track. Once things go “HOT” the government will track everyone all the time. IF they can. Plan accordingly. All cellphones and computers are tracking modules that can track you even with the battery and SIM card removed. ANYONE carrying one after the balloon go’s up is a cop, “civilian” or a moron. Deal with that as you will. The feds have a plan to “stop and frisk” anyone who does not “ping” for an active cell phone once they “launch” the coming festivity’s. WHEN the government say’s “GO” they will “Launch a campaign of rapid dominance”. The cops and Army WILL show up and obey orders. There won’t be an announcement. If you wait until you see them you are already trapped… and dead.

    • Most people didn’t think about that…stop and frisk non-pingers. What is the for this and what do you men by “…if you wait until you see them?…”

      Masks? Disguises? Well rehearsed networks?

      • Contingency plan? For this?

        • wendystringer48088

          Don’t worry about what you cannot control. “They” are not all powerful or everywhere at once.
          Work on what you can control. Get yourself in the best shape possible and prepare as much as you can in all other ways.

    • Re: non-pingers…
      Google “Accurint”, a Lexis-Nexis db containing “billions” of public records… “Features: accurate, up-to-date phone #’s, among other records”. Solve in seconds what would otherwise take days or weeks!!
      Bring your regular phone, they’ll associate you with some other AI-derived naughtiness.
      Bring your burner phone, what are they going to associate you with… maybe your subversive emails or twitter account, or whatever social media, or triangulated location data?

    • Yeah. They’re everywhere. Even under your bed.

      This, of course, if why the Soviet Union formerly and Venezuela right now work so flawlessly. Because they’ve totally got this.

      Reality check: Yes, you can be too stupid.
      But governmental incompetence – especially here – cannot be measured with existing instrumentation, because the dials never go to “11”.

    • TheAlaskan

      In one sentence, you say carrying a cellphone would be moronic. The next sentence you say not carrying one will get you stopped and then searched because you’re not “pinging.”

      It seems to me that carrying a pinging cellphone would give you digital camouflage when they “Launch a campaign of rapid dominance.”

      A cell can be used as a decoy too.

      As to your wheel-gun assertion..yeah. The cylinder brass can be dumped into a pocket and speed-loaded as fast as an auto-loader mag…with practice. Alaska probably has more revolver owners than elsewhere in the States. I might be a tad biased on the subject.

      The A.I. systems I most fear in my AO are drones…military drones…as you can imagine. Surveillance in the vastness of Alaska would be daunting to say the least. That sort of lends me a bit of an advantage in terms of “being surveilled” over you lower forty-eighters.


      Ray: My day-to-day carry is a revolver. Whenever I use semi-autos, clips, magazines, rounds of ammo and other expendable and detachable items are wiped clean before using/loading and handled with gloves.
      You are spot on about the cops and the Army. The local NG unit in my A/O was spotlighted by the daily fish wrap. Two young Orcs and one Orcette were profiled about their “simulated M-16 skills” in the armory basement. They should have been proned-out on the wet ground at the outdoor facility at Farragut Park. But then, it is not my Army any more.

      • Dirk the Jerk

        No brother, “its not our Army any more.”
        That was part of Billy the Weasel Clinton’s job – purge the military of senior NCOs who wouldn’t follow orders of the deep state or train their troops to do so. TTFWIW

        That’s OK, all those M4s and ‘240s have gotta be picked up by somebody. Reality is a mother – statistics say they can’t always win, and “to the victors go the spoils”. Even battles which would classify as a ‘draw’ in typical military contemplation are a win for an insurgency – both logistically and in terms of popular perception. Any time the state doesn’t decisively crush an uprising, they recruit for the other side. And weakness breeds contempt.

        Let the games begin.

  5. I swear,sometimes these digital features re-write my words or change them just as I am posting, YMMV.

  6. If the cops/feds/army is coming down your street you are surrounded. You see them so that they can “drive you like deer”. It’s called hammer and anvil. If they meet resistance the air strikes come next. Don’t wait at home till you see them coming. Cut roads at the first sign of “enforcement” of any confiscation order. It makes a road bound enemy immobile. If you think you will pass a stingray tower, or checkpoint. Just carry an “active” phone until you approach you target zone, or pass your enemy. The SCOTUS banned STINGRAY towers so 90% of cops will only have “mobiles” So when you pass them just drop it all, (your E-coms) in your Fareaday (spell?) box and do the deed. Decoys make your job MUCH easier. A good E-com guy can nigger rig one out of spare parts and put it on a low altitude balloon. The keystone cops will spend all day chasing the fox. They love “militia chatter”. Fake rally point orders are priceless. They can lead to ambushes. There are only so many of “them”, and they can’t be everywhere. This isn’t rocket surgery. This is irregular warfare 101. Use what works.

  7. PS you don’t need to carry a cell phone all the time. Just when you think you might need one as a decoy. PPPPPP. RECON that target. ALSO a new term for most of you. “NEED TO KNOW” Tell NO ONE anything they do not NEED to know. You cannot pry any secret from a person that they do not know. Not with torture and not with drugs. They cannot tell what they do not know.

  8. Oregon Hobo

    Ok, unrelated but I just read the comments on your poll, can’t respond there, and can’t leave this unsaid.

    I will totally buy a WRSA t-shirt RTFN. Charge $30. I will buy it, wear the hell out of it and buy another, with high confidence that only friendlies will recognize it. Other logo’d shwag perhaps, but it depends on quality, which is a lot easier to achieve with t-shirts than most other things. I have very specific requirements WRT blades so that’s unlikely to work for me personally.


    • Perhaps Ms. Patrice will oblige us…..


    • lastmanstanding


      The helicopters in mass above on the back…your 2nd protects the 1st on the front, pocket area. No pocket. wrsa beneath or something cool.

      2 large for me. I have never paid a subscription fee. I would here.

      I like comments from ornery old fuckers.

  9. Let me help you folks out. There are more than enough heavy haulers to do the job —

    “The right tool for the right job.”

  10. Published by the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI)

    World Socialist Web Site – Marxist analysis, international …
    World Socialist Web Site Published by the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI)

    World Socialist Web Site – Marxist analysis, international …
    World Socialist Web Site Published by the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI)

    The CIA Democrats
    By Patrick Martin
    7 March 2018


    This is the first part of a three-part article.

    An extraordinary number of former intelligence and military operatives from the CIA, Pentagon, National Security Council and State Department are seeking nomination as Democratic candidates for Congress in the 2018 midterm elections. The potential influx of military-intelligence personnel into the legislature has no precedent in US political history.

    If the Democrats capture a majority in the House of Representatives on November 6, as widely predicted, candidates drawn from the military-intelligence apparatus will comprise as many as half of the new Democratic members of Congress. They will hold the balance of power in the lower chamber of Congress.

    Both push and pull are at work here. Democratic Party leaders are actively recruiting candidates with a military or intelligence background for competitive seats where there is the best chance of ousting an incumbent Republican or filling a vacancy, frequently clearing the field for a favored “star” recruit.

    A case in point is Elissa Slotkin, a former CIA operative with three tours in Iraq, who worked as Iraq director for the National Security Council in the Obama White House and as a top aide to John Negroponte, the first director of national intelligence. After her deep involvement in US war crimes in Iraq, Slotkin moved to the Pentagon, where, as a principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs, her areas of responsibility included drone warfare, “homeland defense” and cyber warfare.
    Elissa Slotkin

    The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) has designated Slotkin as one of its top candidates, part of the so-called “Red to Blue” program targeting the most vulnerable Republican-held seats—in this case, the Eighth Congressional District of Michigan, which includes Lansing and Brighton. The House seat for the district is now held by two-term Republican Representative Mike Bishop.

    The Democratic leaders are promoting CIA agents and Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans. At the same time, such people are choosing the Democratic Party as their preferred political vehicle. There are far more former spies and soldiers seeking the nomination of the Democratic Party than of the Republican Party. There are so many that there is a subset of Democratic primary campaigns that, with a nod to Mad magazine, one might call “spy vs. spy.”

    The 23rd Congressional District in Texas, which includes a vast swathe of the US-Mexico border along the Rio Grande, features a contest for the Democratic nomination between Gina Ortiz Jones, an Air Force intelligence officer in Iraq, who subsequently served as an adviser for US interventions in South Sudan and Libya, and Jay Hulings. The latter’s website describes him as a former national security aide on Capitol Hill and federal prosecutor, whose father and mother were both career undercover CIA agents. The incumbent Republican congressman, Will Hurd, is himself a former CIA agent, so any voter in that district will have his or her choice of intelligence agency loyalists in both the Democratic primary and the general election.

    CNN’s “State of the Union” program on March 4 included a profile of Jones as one of many female candidates seeking nomination as a Democrat in Tuesday’s primary in Texas. The network described her discreetly as a “career civil servant.” However, the Jones for Congress website positively shouts about her role as a spy, noting that after graduating from college, “Gina entered the US Air Force as an intelligence officer, where she deployed to Iraq and served under the US military’s ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ policy” (the last phrase signaling to those interested in such matters that Jones is gay).

    According to her campaign biography, Ortiz Jones was subsequently detailed to a position as “senior advisor for trade enforcement,” a post President Obama created by executive order in 2012. She would later be invited to serve as a director for investment at the Office of the US Trade Representative, where she led the portfolio that reviewed foreign investments to ensure they did not pose national security risks. With that background, if she fails to win election, she can surely enlist in the trade war efforts of the Trump administration.
    How this article was prepared

    The House of Representatives is currently controlled by the Republicans, with a majority of 238 compared to 193 Democrats. There are four vacancies, one previously held by the Democrats. To reach a majority of 218 seats in the next Congress, the Democrats must have a net gain of 24 seats.

    The DCCC has designated 102 seats as priority or competitive, including 22 seats where the incumbents are not running again (five Democrats and 17 Republicans), and 80 seats where Republican incumbents could be defeated for reelection in the event that polls predicting a sizeable swing to the Democrats in November prove accurate.

    The World Socialist Web Site has reviewed Federal Election Commission reports filed by all the Democratic candidates in these 102 competitive districts, focusing on those candidates who reported by the latest filing date, December 31, 2017, that they had raised at least $100,000 for their campaigns, giving them a financial war chest sufficient to run in a competitive primary contest. In addition, there a few cases where a candidate had less than the $100,000 cutoff, but was unchallenged for the nomination, or where last-minute retirement or resignation has led to late entry of high-profile candidates without an FEC report on file. These have also been included.

    The total of such candidates for the Democratic nomination in the 102 districts is 221. Each has a website that gives biographical details, which we have collected and reviewed for this report. It is notable that those candidates with a record in the military-intelligence apparatus, as well as civilian work for the State Department, Pentagon or National Security Council, do not hide their involvement, particularly in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. They clearly regard working as a CIA agent in Baghdad, an Army special ops assassin in Afghanistan, or a planner for drone missile warfare in the White House or Pentagon as a star on their résumé, rather than something to conceal.

    One quarter of all the Democratic challengers in competitive House districts have military-intelligence, State Department or NSC backgrounds. This is by far the largest subcategory of Democratic candidates. National security operatives (57) outnumber state and local government officials (45), lawyers (35), corporate executives, businessmen and wealthy individuals (30) and other professionals (19) among the candidates for Democratic congressional nominations.

    Of the 102 primary elections to choose the Democratic nominees in these competitive districts, 44 involve candidates with a military-intelligence or State Department background, with 11 districts having two such candidates, and one district having three. In the majority of contests, the military-intelligence candidates seem likely to win the Democratic nomination, and, if the Democrats win in the general election, would enter Congress as new members of the House of Representatives.

    There are some regional differences. In the Northeast, 21 of the 31 seats targeted by the Democrats have military-intelligence candidates. This area, not the South or Midwest, has the highest proportion of military-intelligence candidates seeking Democratic nominations.

    In the West, only 7 of the 23 targeted seats have military-intelligence candidates, while in a half dozen seats the leading candidates are self-funded millionaires, mainly from the IT industry. There has been a wave of Republican retirements in California and wealthy people are bidding for these seats.

    The military-intelligence candidates are disproportionately favored by the party apparatus, encouraged to run in districts that are the most likely takeover targets. Military-intelligence candidates account for 10 of the 22 districts selected for the most high-profile attention as part of the “red-to-blue” program, or nearly half. In some cases, military-intelligence candidates have amassed huge campaign war chests that effectively shut out any potential rivals, an indication that the financial backers of the Democratic Party have lined up behind them.

    • (((Elissa Slotkin)))

      as to the rest, most here don’t give a flying f**k which wing of the Zionist Devil Party controls the ‘Murkan Congress.

  11. Ray- Cell Phones without a Battery have a Tiny Capacitor to keep a Memory Module in a neutral state- this DOES NOT have Power to do any Function of the Phone, because for the Phone to Respond to a “ping” (‘Sqwak Ident’ in Electronic Warfare Terms) the Transmitter has to have Power. However, most ‘Smart Phones’ cannot have the Battery removed without Disassembly with Special Tools. It Is Imperative that NO Electronic Devices be Carried while on an “Op”. Maintaining your ‘normal profile’ of Communications otherwise prevents you from being an Anomaly to the Communications Network, i.e. ‘disappeared’.
    As for “Launch a campaign of rapid dominance”, Do some Math – .gov does not have a Fraction of the Numbers to make a Dent in the 3% who will Resist- the best they could hope for is taking down those (like this Website’s Author) who have some ‘visibility’ in the Patriot Community.
    Buy More Ammo1

  12. first and foremost, I’m keeping my two tomcats.

    second, we have rifles, pistolas, and the like while

    (((they))) have all the helicopters. As I recall, fr’instance,

    about 2 years ago a couple honest FBI agents looking to whistleblow

    slipped and fell out of a helicopter high above the Atlantic Ocean.

    • Jimmy the Saint

      Screws fall out all the time; the world’s an imperfect place.
      – John Bender

  13. @ Gryphon RFID. Look it up. Can be tracked from orbit. All cellphones can be tracked at all times BY LAW. You cannot turn off what doesn’t need power. Aesop is the worlds smartest know it all. Listen to him He knows everything because he’s omnipotent . You want to talk on your phone 24/7 fine. But the US navy killed the head of the Chechin resistance by homing a smart bomb onto his phone. The Israelis use cell phone tracking to kill people all the time and have for years.– Griphon: Where you gonna hide all that ammo? Or are you buying for the feds? If you can’t move it in your transport WITH ALL YOUR OTHER SHIT. Then it is not yours. It belongs to whoever “recovers” it. Or do you believe that Jesus will hide your shit for you? @ Aesop. You may be the smarmiest ambulance driver on the planet. I guess with your towering intellect you should have ruled the world. Having read your drivel (er) blog. I can see how a genius like you could be bitter that no one is bowing down to kiss your god like ass. Now FOAD toad. You have nothing that I care to read. I have seen smarter turds in my toilet