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no hesitation targets

I first posted these as you and I are the targets March 9, 2013 at It is a piece of the police state that has been growing from long before that, including equipping local police forces with military equipment (lyingly called “surplus”) and training appropriate for a hostile, occupying army. While mainstream media and political figures are now fanning the flames of protest against the police state, it is good to remember that they are complicit, accomplices and principal actors in having created it to begin with. We KNOW that for some reason they want it, and that, furthermore, they now want you, us, to be fighting mad about its existence. Considering those facts brings the obvious conclusion that […]

war stories

What did you do in the war, Grampa? Well … I … Uh … I… Well… I, uh, I held the commoners down while the elites raped them. What’s it going to be like in 30 years for those JBTs who spent the early part of the 21st Century cracking skulls, chemically spraying, gunning down and in so many other ways assaulting people who merely wanted to go about their lives? How will the enablers explain to their roles to offspring? How will the NSA geeks who capture, record, orchestrate, manipulate and regurgitate everything we do put a proud face on the fascist world they created? It is one thing to ignore the reality of your life when you are […]

Ferguson, protests, looting, violence

Riots, arson, militarized police, anti-police, racism … This is all over the mainstream news as well as the Internet. We know it goes beyond one cop killing one man. The Internet links it a lot more closely to the recent militarization of police forces in the USofA, as well as the “no hesitation targets” and constant training that “officer safety” is their number one priority… as if their job was particularly hazardous, which it is not (see: protecting us from umbrellas and cameramen). The website linked below reports on and works to stop police state violence against the very people we would expect the cops to serve and protect. The existence of this site proves the need, and validity of […]

protecting us from umbrellas and cameramen

A histerical California gun phobe called the police reporting a man with a rifle strolling on the University of San Marcos campus. The trained, enthusiastic, protectors of the peace responded with a SWAT team and campus lockdown. They should have sent A Peace Officer to investigate. You DO remember when we hired peace officers instead of ENFORCERS, don’t you? No reports of shots fired. Only ONE of the thousand cell phones on campus indicated threatening behavior. Just one caller who saw a man carrying what might be a rifle… or a stick … or a broom … or … an umbrella on a day when it just might rain. So one looney can call out an entire swat team with […]

excessive trust

“A Foolish Faith In Authority Is The Worst Enemy Of The Truth” Indeed, scientists have shown that people will go to absurd lengths – and engage in mental gymnastics – in order to cling to their belief in what those in authority have said. Part of the reason so many are so vulnerable to naive belief in authority is that we evolved in small tribes … and we assume that the super-elites are just like us. In reality, there are millions of psychopaths in the world … and they are largely running D.C. and on Wall Street. These people have no hesitation in lying to promote their goals. The Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs told Morley Safer of […]

If it all goes wrong, with whom will the police side?

I read this article republished on The American Thinker website. It was thoughtful, insightful and thought-provoking. I also agreed with it as I read along. Then I came to the comments section and found that I agreed with many of them, even those who disagreed with the article’s author, Mike McDaniel. It depends a lot on your experience with the police agencies in your area. I have experienced both good and bad, from inside and out. I suspect those in my current area of operation would be as Mike describes. I recommend both the article and the comments. You might choose to read it at The American Thinker, but I include it all here if you want to stay put. […]

Homeland Security’s violent armed gangs

From its very beginnings, the newspeak-named Department of Homeland Security set out on a trajectory to eliminate any feelings the little people of our country might have of security. Thirteen years ago during my brief career as a Idaho Department of Corrections CO the phrase “Officer safety is Job One” was being sold to our nation’s “criminal justice enforcers”. Even a bit before that they stopped calling armed patrolmen “peace officers”, substituting “Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs)” in its place. There is a completely different world in the mindset of enforcing the laws our corrupt, self-serving “betters” create rather than working to keep the peace in our communities. The engineers of these changes are, or thought they were closing in on […]

Gun control … again.

I cannot share this good article without pointing out that the “mass shootings” inspiring the “gun control” conversation are almost ALL completely staged events with complicit politicians and presstitutes. I have gone to more than a little effort to document them. Scroll down The Bitterroot Bugle’s right hand column to “False Flags” and “Admitted False Flags”. I did not make this stuff up. The evidence is SOLID. However, PRETENDING that these shootings took place, the arguments fall apart ANYWAY. – Ted In Calls for More Gun Control, Facts Refute Media & Anti-Gunners Ammoland Inc.Posted on August 6, 2019 by Dave Workman Millions of law-abiding citizens own semi-auto rifles, and they harmed nobody over the past weekend. (Dave Workman photo) U.S.A. […]

Kissinger agreeing with Trump???

Paul Craig Roberts is an ex-insider who left the farm and quite regularly exposes their ugliness from a position of real knowledge. I regularly visit his Paul Craig Roberts website, where today his headline leapt off my screen and into my face. I have been wondering the same dang thing. The entire Bilderberg Group has pulled out all the stops to keep Trump out of The White House. Now a several-decades-long tier-two guy jumps out of the conga line to support one of Trump’s initiatives… that of getting along with Russia, rather than doing their ever-loving best to trigger nuclear Armageddon by incessantly poking, prodding, challenging and tormenting The Bear. That’s at least a triple-HUH!!! to me. Why would Henry […]

Yellowstone caldera is back in the news

When I am thinking about the people who want to reduce the Earth’s human population by 93% and ways they might try to accomplish that goal, this one grand idea keeps jumping back into a leadership position. Again, I remind you that these people etched their population goals in granite … 120-tons of it. See my essay on The Georgia Guidestones. in case you don’t remember. I am not making up their stated, driving desire to eliminate you, your family, your friends, your neighbors, the people in your town, your state, everybody but the 7% of the human race that they want to share the planet Earth with. “Let’s play Royalty and Serfs” Click on that thumbnail picture of the […]

currency reset

Mining Co. CEO: “Very Sophisticated High Net Worth Investors Are Buying Up Physical Precious Metals” by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan: According to the CEO of one of the world’s top primary producers of silver, looming precious metals shortages could drive the price of gold to $5000 and silver to $100 over the next three to five years. Keith Neumeyer, who oversees First Majestic Silver and is also the Chairman of mineral bank First Mining Finance, says that with commodity prices in capitulation mining companies around the world are either reducing operations or outright shutting down, the consequence of which will be a supply crunch across the industry and a resurgence in precious metals prices. And Neumeyer isn’t the only one […]

Of Tyrants And Dangerous Old Men

by Bob Owens from Bearing Arms .com [In the weeks following the Sandy Hook, statist politicians—never ones to let a crisis go to waste—took dead-aim at the Second Amendment, hoping to use the actions of one mentally ill young man to disarm an entire nation. At that time (New Year’s Day, 2013), I wrote the following warning, Of Tyrants and Dangerous Old Men, and posted it to my personal site, which Glenn Reynolds reminded me of today. How well has it held up over the past 22 months?] Jerrold Nadler is an “average” elected member of Congress. He represents New York’s 8th congressional district, and has been in office for 20 years. He’s seen little of the world outside of […]

the perfectly awful storm

As the saying goes, “Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get you”. I am gathering a big stack of ugly sticks here today. Paranoid? Perhaps, but the facts are here and supporting evidence abounds, if you are up to looking at it. While it is difficult to conceive of people who want to do this, the psychopaths and sociopaths find and promote each other into positions creating a web of mutual, destructive power. You cannot think like they do, nor can you really understand them, but like rabid dogs, they do exist, and the culmination of their grandest plan ever is upon us. They all sat around in their black-hearted Bilderberg confabs and said, “Hey guys, […]

cafe BSA

Fairly fresh out of the service I finally got a chance to scratch that itch to own a motorcycle. Typical Ted, it couldn’t be one of the popular Hondas or Harleys. Somehow a Triumph 650 Bonneville was my ideal. I found a nearly-affordable BSA 650 Thunderbolt in the newspaper want-ads and, not knowing any difference, took an irresistible test drive. Not that I could wring anything out of it in my early motorcycle days, but the feel, sound, balance and agility were immediately apparent. Love at first ride. The transformative event in our relationship was when I decided it needed a tuneup (probably didn’t, but I worked like that). I found a Danish import Brit-Bike lover… How much for a […]