Buppert: Because We Knew Mordor Was Real

Bill’s latest.

TINVOWOOT has several corollaries.


Pronounced “yakt-sak-PESS-mik”.

You Are Going To Shoot And Kill People, Even Some You May Know.

Harden your hearts.

The Reds have already done so.

Plan accordingly.

27 responses to “Buppert: Because We Knew Mordor Was Real

  1. Shillelagh Pog

    Oh how I weep for my America, the tides of blood to come…and all because we fell asleep at the wheel, no, we allowed others to take the wheel while we prospered.

    • if you prospered, then take the $ and get the fuck out of there. let those fools wither and die while they wave their murkin flags, watch the Masked Singer, and drink Black Rifle Coffee… it’s all good. then return and do it again with little or no competition. 🙂

      • Yeah, just carpetbag.

        That’ll go over well with those that survive the many years of bitter blood-letting that are rebuilding the areas they fought over.

        Let us that happen to survive know how that works out for your children.

        • fuck those kids

          i don’t have any. 🙂

          and i wouldn’t want any at this point.

          what a waste of $

          all future commies or fertilizer.

  2. Read this last night, Big Bill fan, pushes me to rethink what I think I already understand. Don’t always agree, but shit happens.

    I’ve said this here maybe sixty times, change the definition, change the dialog. Change the Dialog, change the conversation, classic communism.

    The socialist, their actually mostly Marxist, Fascist, are masters of this shit.

    I was re-reading the second amendment, and recognized instantly something different, two words were changed out, which gave the second an entirely different meaning.

    I doubt any of us, took the time to manipulate the wordage of the second, yet have zero doubts who did change it. un exceptable!.

    Mordor, Oarcs, pretty cleaver stuff.

    Bill would be an awesome guest speaker at Cody!


  3. Nah!
    We were too busy with NFL, NASCAR, WWF, Days of our Lives, cell phones, video games, internet.
    There are three kinds of people in this world: Those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who say “whahappen?”
    At lease some of us are awake and not staring into a gun barrel.

  4. The Reds here haven’t hardened their hearts, only their tiny minds.
    They know the sociopathic killing they long for is inevitable, but they haven’t steeled their hearts to what it’s going to require of them to actually do it.

    They have a few captive psychopaths and bullies, but these universally recoil in terror at the first bloody nose a Moldylocks receives. We know what they don’t: you can’t build an army out of pot-heads, soi-boys, and shrieking harpy bull-dykes. You can only build a lumpenproletariat rabble.

    They don’t regroup and buckle down, they flee, as all bullies do, and the biggest shock of their lives is going to be when it’s bullets instead of nose punches flying at their heads, and they cannot flee, because their legs have failed them for some reason, and what they fear and loathe moves in to finish them off, as they’re dragging a gimpy leg, or with their vision getting hazier with each beat of their life’s blood onto the street.

    They still haven’t figured out they’re the Disposables, sent to oppose the Deplorables.

    When that dawns, it will be too late, and then their Minders, the apparatchiks who ginned up the conflict, will know that their time is coming next.

    Because after the first kill, all the rest are free.

    And they don’t realize what’s inside the bottle they’re so desperately trying to uncork, nor how bitter the vinegar they’ll be drinking.

  5. I worked for a US corp during the days of the old Soviet time. Whenever I got to know a new group of Russians well I would chance the question — “What would you do to a burglar in your house?” I got the usual “I’d break his freaking neck” kind of response but then about 20% of the time someone would slip “I’d shoot the bastard”.

    Access to guns though not prevalent was consistent to a percentage of the population. Confiscation I realized was not the name of the game. Blackmail was. ‘They’ knew, that you knew that ‘they’ were aware you were armed. Essentially the gun owner was marked as a pre-crime candidate that could be picked up on a whim. That was a better deterrent for the State than taking the gun away.

  6. Matt Bracken

    People who do not understand the ins and outs of these two videos, and who do not understand them up, down and sideways, should not trigger a civil war with those who grin in full understanding while watching them.
    (If 22WMR was cheaper, I’d be all over these two.)

    • “If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.”

    • “(If 22WMR was cheaper, I’d be all over these two.)”

      Well, Matt, 22WMR is a hellofalot cheaper than any of the other common “tactical” chamberings….. Grinning broadly!

    • Have a look at the FN 5.7×28. Using the 60 grain rounds. Pistol, or carbine. Vest punchers. Secret service is sporting these past few years.

      100y plus pistol accuracy. Wicked little round.

      .22 mag is a beefy round. Stuck on Rugers with thunderbeast accessories. Ruger use to make a 1022 in .22mag. Haven’t seen one in awhile. Ruger also makes a break down 1022 these days. Very stealthy. Seconds to put the two pieces together. For consideration.

      The keltec line is making huge progress in innovation.


    • wendystringer48088

      Speaking to his Marines… saying something like, “We’re not going to do that faggot stuff.” A Marine understandably objected to his use of the word “faggot,” and a brigadier general ordered him relieved of his command.

      Who was the faggot that objected?

      (I heard the word used quite a lot by the Drill Instructors at MCRD San Diego in 1974…)

      That said, how the Marine Corps has changed makes me want to cry…

    • Georgiaboy61

      As a kid, I grew up reading about the heroic exploits of the (old) Marine Corps in books like “With the Old Breed: At Peleliu and Okinawa” by Eugene Sledge and “Goodbye Darkness” by William Manchester, and other titles too numerous to mention. Names like Gunnery Sergeant “Manila John” Basilone, Lt. General Lewis “Chesty” Puller, Sergeant Major Dan Daly, Master Gunnery Sergeant Leland “Lou” Diamond, Brigadier General Joe Foss, Gunnery Sergeant Carlos Hathcock, Sergeant Charles “Chuck” Mawhinney, and Gunnery Sergeant R. Lee Ermey…. names that will live forever in USMC lore.

      Echoing Ermey’s words in-character as Gunny Hartmann in the film “Full Metal Jacket,” – “Marines die, that’s what we’re here for…but always remember this. You may die, but the Marine Corps lives forever, which means you live forever.”

      “Some people wonder all their lives if they’ve made a difference. The Marines don’t have that problem.” – Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States

      On the other hand, the politicians and senior officers who are tarnishing the superb record of the Old Corps and its fine name – no one will remember them when they are gone, nor will anyone mourn their departure.

  7. Old Gray Wolf

    Good article. I finally read it after I got the slobbering under control. That Sig 550 the fella in the pic is carrying is the pinnacle of my gun desires. I loved those from the first moment I saw one. Found out there were exactly two transferable specimen in the US. Out of my price range then, and I have better sense now. But I still want one.

  8. And so where is the “15 fighters, Balaclavas and face covering” post?
    You can hide a hard heart in your daily life but if your face gets made,…


    Because it always seems to be later on, or soon, or tempos fugit or whatever. Bunch of y’all have been predicting this in a way that leads one to believe it should have happened already.

    Shit ain’t happening. There will be no war because the “reds” don’t have the need to fight one in order to get what they want. They’ve gotten whatever they wanted just by convincing us to give it to them.

    • Can you imagine, at the beginning of the American Revolution, the shot heard ’round the world. This scenario. You shoot first. No, you shoot first. No, you shoot first. Wouldn’t have happened.

  10. rob roy simmons

    As BB said in that piece never let the commies have the moral high ground in language. Conservatives seemingly always fall into the details trap to try and prove how smart they are then the left closes the jaws of the moralist trap about them and that is it.

    • Rob, what is it you think you will accomplish by talking to any of ” Them”

      Talkens done brother. Never had anything to say to them, Their is virtually nothing they could say or do would change my mind.

      This coming party is theirs to start, we start it, we loose that moral high ground.

      Isn’t sympathy, ain’t apathy, nothing I do, changes it. I feel zero for these people. Shooting them in the face ain’t nothing personal, it’s just business.

      Tic Toc.

  11. IMHO, the most import take away is…
    “…I refuse to consider communists human beings anymore, I have made my own conclusion that they are no longer in the human race. They are Morlocks of the worst variety, a death cult.”

    True. Communists are NOT in the human race and are THE WORST of the death cults of the left as they hold the record for killing.

    Q. Don’t you feel bad about killing communists?
    A. No they are not human.


    As usual much truth in that post. Thanks BB.

    Grey Ghost