Essential skills for
July 28, 2010
Someone sent me an link to an interesting article: ‘50
Things Everyone Should Know How To Do.’
There are lots of useful things for the sheeple to learn listed. Several I should probably brush up on myself. But they left out some of the most important skills that most sheeple definitely are lacking:
Why not ‘How to fire a hand held weapon,’ specifically a firearm? Every child should be taught how to handle a gun(rifle, shotgun, handgun), and how to hit what they shoot at, in stressful situations, for when common criminals and "Liberals" threaten their property and
Not all of us are macho idiots who think we can whip anyone in any number we meet. Not all of us are pacified idiots who’ve forgotten that government is force and when we vote we are basically saying we want our will enforced on others at the point of a government gun. Not all of us are in denial about the fact that sometimes evil governments have to be resisted and even overthrown and only those blind to history and current events cannot recognize that show is coming to a theater near us very soon.
That being said, how about this category: ‘How to vote?’ This is
How about ‘Understanding history?’ Not dates and names but the real reasons people and their so-called leaders do things: human nature. Personally I’m still trying to understand why most people are sheeple and would rather die than think, would rather be slaves than stand up for themselves and fight back against those who would keep them in chains or further enslave them or even against the corporation they waste time in exchange for money with, that requires them to constantly do overtime instead of hiring extra help or part-timers, when there are so many out of work.
The ‘How to detect bullshit’ article is interesting. Nearly 20 years of political activism have taught me that if a “Liberal’s”(communist’s) mouth is moving there’s a 99 percent chance that what’s coming out of it is bullshit. The one percent(more or less) of the time it’s actually telling the truth is to cover up its lies. Actually I figured that out very early on, but am continually amazed at the inability of so many to grasp this simple fact.
Adolf Hitler, a socialist, another word for “Liberal,” had some interesting things to say about this: “The truth is the best propaganda,” and “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed,” and “The great masses of the people will more easily fall victims to a big lie than to a small one,” and “The victor will never be asked if he told the truth.”
In fact we could upgrade the “How to detect bullshit’ section to ‘How to detect and analyze propaganda,’ which would be a great follow up to ‘How to vote.’:
“All propaganda has to be popular and has to accommodate itself to the comprehension of the least intelligent of those whom it seeks to reach.” - Adolf Hitler
“By the skillful and sustained use of propaganda, one can make a people see even heaven as hell or an extremely wretched life as paradise.” - Adolf Hitler
“How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don't think.” - Adolf Hitler
There’s a quote I once ran across but couldn’t find in this search. To paraphrase, Hitler said to get the people to believe what you want them to, you insert a small lie with a big truth, so that the people willingly swallow both, and over time increase the size of the lie until that’s all you’re feeding them.
Enough on Hitler for now. He already gets more attention than he deserves. Which is a good segue for my next suggestion: ‘How to discern your enemies from your friends.’
Ask your ‘friends’ a few basic questions such as: “Will you allow me to ‘un-volunteer’ myself from the socialist(collectivist) laws the garbage(candidate) you voted for wants to pass?” And the clincher: “What do you want to see done to me for refusing to obey those socialist laws you want passed?”
Which brings me to the next essential skill: ‘How to overthrow a corrupt and tyrannical government.’ So many in this country cling to the simple-minded blind patriotism the older generations were taught in the government schools: the Founding Fathers and the masses rose up in righteous indignation to throw off a bad king and magically transformed the colonies into the wonderful free country(or democracy for the ignorant) we have today.
We’ll have to skip the several books that could be and have been written on this subject and get to the basic points: A tiny percentage of the population actually fought for independent government(self-governance) and maybe
I had read before about the final straw that broke the colonists’ backs:
“In 1764, the Bank of England used its influence on Parliament to get a Currency Act passed that made it illegal for any of the colonies to print their own money. The colonists were forced to pay all future taxes to
Most wars are about money. When the government is stealing the ‘sweat of your brow’ before it even reaches your hands, as with all communistic income taxes, it is committing an evil act that shouldn’t be tolerated in the land of the free. But most are too stupid and cowardly to admit this to themselves, much less publicly.
Now back to the 20th century: “In order to control Stalin, international finance was forced to build up Hitler and the Nazi party. Rakowsky confirms that Jewish financiers backed the Nazis although Hitler was not aware of this.”
Overthrowing governments, otherwise known as revolution, or in our case, a restoration of sorts, takes money. One of my favorite movies neglects to mention that its hero was as much a fund raiser as a war-monger. He had to be.
Our present situation will not be addressed appropriately until enough with enough money get fed up enough to fill the financial gaps, i.e. to buy the guns and bullets and beans and band aids necessary to do what will be required. This may very well start out on the state level, when a corrupt(“Liberal”/socialist) Supreme Court upholds laws that clearly exist to enforce tyranny over the states and their people.
Now on to a topic that absolutely scares many sheeple and even people to death. The dreaded ‘m’ word. The dreaded ‘m’ word requires that most dreaded phrase: ‘personal responsibility.’
“Every citizen should be a soldier. This was the case with the Greeks and Romans, and must be that of every
Most ‘Americans,’ defined very loosely, are in denial of the fact that in a representative republic all the ‘citizens,’ again defined loosely, are personally responsible for what their government does to them and their neighbors.
They are also personally responsible for putting things right when the governments are waging tyranny against their neighbors. If the sheeple of this land had the right attitudes when the initial attack on that church full of women and children took place a few years back, we would still be able to see videos on YouTube of black-suited Nazis hanging from trees and electric poles.
Instead many were like I was at that time, and stupidly thought that ‘they must have a reason for what they’re doing.’
They had reasons all right: arrogance and a desire to keep us all frightened and obedient by setting an example with those ‘cultists’ who dared to be different from the rest of the herd.
I’ve been told that a few years after the Branch Davidians and members of the Weaver family were murdered by government employees that a few times enough did show up to prevent more of such.
But that’s not enough. We need consistency. The evil garbage are still railroading people into prison, trying to do more, and will continue to do so until we have the ‘m’ word, the militia mentioned in the Second Amendment that so many gun owners and other groups claim to defend, that we should have.
That will mean individuals who maintain in their homes, without government permission nor taxes paid nor licenses applied for, a weapon and ammunition equal to that carried by the common infantry soldier in the Federal Government’s forces.
That would mean a few grenade launchers and machine guns scattered among those who chose to spend the money on such, or whose states issued them. Who knows, there might be a ‘commune’ of “Liberal” freaks next door who successfully lie their way into local government and then try to force everyone into the ‘commune.’
It means above all, having the resolve to use the tools at hand when it becomes necessary.
There’s nothing wrong with knowing how to start a fire without matches. But it might depend on what you plan to burn:
"Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should
not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all
experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while
evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms
to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and
usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to
reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their
duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their
future security." -
The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America,
Adopted by Congress on July 4, 1776
(To the Founders, 'state' meant independent sovereign nation state,
that was voluntarily entering into the union and could theoretically un-volunteer later.)
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