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Monday, December 8, 2014

ConCon & Choking a Man to Death


CA & Wirecutter have two good discussions going about renewed calls for a ConCon or Article V.  Read the comments, see where your fellow Patriots come down on the issue.

The picture above is on many blogs, and it reveals an ugly truth.  The man in New York who was choked to death by NYPD was murdered.  Not killed.  Murdered.  I have told every CQB class I have taught that if you find yourself in that choke, in a ring, with a ref, you have between 3 and 5 seconds before you go out.  If you are on the street, where there is no ref, and where your attacker has buddies piling on you - the odds of you surviving are near zero.  Whether you live or die is almost entirely at the discretion of your attackers.  If he hasn't broken your neck and he relieves the choke within 5-10 seconds, you'll probably make a full recovery.

This story and the ConCon topic are related.  Those who mean to be our Masters have put Armies (literally) in the field who will murder.  The guy in New York wasn't hurting anyone.  He was selling individual cigarettes to people on the sidewalk.  The NYPDs official response: "It's against the law to do that here."  So however inane "the law" may be, there are legions of men and women in uniform who will murder you for breaking it, and they will get away with it.

Here's a comment I left over at Kenny's: Sorry – the original Constitution came from a Convention to Amend the AoC. They amended it – then they amended the name to the USC. Then the States ratified. They did nothing out-of-bounds or “illegal” under the charter given to them. All legit, all legal, and it did, in fact, reflect the will of the people.

So any school-boy naiveté that “It’s just an Article V – it can’t change anything” is misplaced. And look at the State Legislatures today – wholly owned by special interests, willing to cast their vote then quit politics, their reward a life-long 7-figure salary on K Street or in whatever State Capital they prefer as part of the new Polit-buro.

You think they can’t get 38 State Legislatures to eviscerate the Bill of Rights – including making firearms illegal for everyone but .gov employees? You think they are worried about the fallout – such as an uprising by gun owners? They’ve already done their calculus and decided they can put down any “Criminal” who doesn’t accept “The will of the people” – and they have a 50-50 shot of winning.
 
What too many people fail to understand is that the people in America are going through exactly what happened in pre-Nazi Germany and pre-Soviet Russia – men and women with very bad intentions mean to “transform” America, and they are doing it, and they have been doing it. All that remains is the final ink on paper, the final vote making guys and gals like us “Official Enemies of the State” and then murdering 20 or 40 million – the same way every other Dictator has taken power in the memory of Man.

It’s hard for most Americans to believe for two reasons. 1) We are on the inside, and a tornado looks different on the inside than from the outside. 2) Normalcy Bias – “It can’t happen here.”

My fellow Patriots, far too many of us need to unfuck ourselves.  CA mentioned the other day that not one combat veteran he knows thinks it is wise to begin counterforce or countervalue work right now. (paraphrased).  I concur 100% regarding counterforce.  Countervalue, however, requires a few qualifiers.  But this isn't the post for that.  Hint: Read the post below about the word "Commando".

I'm not talking about training up to SEAL or SAS or SF standards.  I'm talking about WWII training and mission scope.  You can take it all the way back to Rogers Rangers if you wish. 

A Commando is not defined by how highly trained you are and being in super-Human physical condition.

A Commando is defined by the tasks he chooses to undertake

The smart Patriot understands that a combination of countervalue, common sense, better-that-average marksmanship and ability to sneak up on someone, and finally - employing all tasks while mindful of Covert or Clandestine - can make it so you can do a piece of work, then go home (or to a Safe House to lay low for a few days to ensure your cover remains intact).

That's a Militia Commando.  You will work alone or in small, highly trusted groups, daring to put your life on the line, to achieve a specific goal.

That's a III Commando.

Be that guy.

Your Uniform is your Uniform.

12 comments:

  1. I think you've confused two happenings when you say "But as we've seen, that particular LEO anticipated murdering someone, somewhere - he had his union rep on speed dial and he called that rep instead of an ambulance or even his superiors." That WAS in NYC, but it was a situation where a rookie shot an unarmed guy in a dark stairwell and then texted his union rep for over 6 minutes before even thinking of calling EMTs. Don't believe the same thing happened in the Garner chokehold case.

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    1. Thanks - you are correct, I conflated the two events.

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  2. How do you think this occurred, and by whom, in regards to "not one combat veteran he knows thinks it is wise to begin counterforce or countervalue work right now."
    Also, google earth reveals that it happened about 500 feet from, and under the noses of a large police station in that city.
    Fire strikes refugee center
    Suspicious blaze leaves immigrant families without needed services
    By Bob Gardinier
    Updated 11:46 pm, Tuesday, December 2, 2014
    timesunion.com/local/article/Albany-battles-fire-on-West-Lawrence-Street-5929223.php
    Another article:timesunion.com/local/article/Classes-to-resume-at-center-5933680.php
    The most revealing quote from the article, “The rooms were used to teach English to adult refugees and immigrants and help them apply for food stamps and jobs.”
    http://ww2.hdnux.com/photos/33/42/33/7218893/3/960x540.jpg
    http://ww2.hdnux.com/photos/33/41/77/7217093/19/628x471.jpg
    http://ww1.hdnux.com/photos/33/42/33/7218896/5/628x471.jpg
    http://ww2.hdnux.com/photos/33/42/33/7218889/5/628x471.jpg
    http://www.cbs6albany.com/news/features/top-story/stories//images/westlaurencefire_21428.jpg
    http://wnyt.com/wnytimages/repository/2014-12/Fire_breaks_out_on_West_Lawrence-syndImport-082543.jpg

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  3. In regards to this, "not one combat veteran he knows thinks it is wise to begin counterforce or countervalue work right now."
    What is the result of this, and by whom?

    Fire strikes refugee center
    Suspicious blaze leaves immigrant families without needed services
    By Bob Gardinier
    Updated 11:46 pm, Tuesday, December 2, 2014
    timesunion.com/local/article/Albany-battles-fire-on-West-Lawrence-Street-5929223.php
    Another article:timesunion.com/local/article/Classes-to-resume-at-center-5933680.php
    The most revealing quote from the article, “The rooms were used to teach English to adult refugees and immigrants and help them apply for food stamps and jobs.”

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  4. It seems to me (being on the inside as you refer to it) that most revolutions did not begin by shooting but rather after a long 'spin up' and attempting to establish a narrative that fit their own particular philosophy; think revolts in Rome, the French Revolution, the Russian (Communist) Revolution, Mao's dust up in China to name a few. To that end, it appears to me that the current 'Liberty Movement' (or whatever we are calling it these days) needs to do some long, hard work to establish among the general population their own narrative (and moral high ground) for what we suspect is coming (quickly) down the pike. Easy do among friends and neighbors (maybe) but much more difficult on a larger scale. I suspect/think that using proven templates (again may the long term planning of the Russian Revolution) may be a good idea but what we need are true believers to carry and spread the message.
    Just my .02 worth.
    Worker

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  5. all Grandpa has to say is, "life imitates art". Art in this century is video games. Watch. Listen. Understand. Prepare. Arm yourselves.
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xzCEdSKMkdU
    -stormfriend

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  6. K, I will step out of the Grandpa persona for a moment, to simply say what I learned years ago in sniper school. You will be alone, utterly completely terrifyingly on your own. Your wits, your weapons, your strength. At stake - the bet you ante'd up, the bluff you called - is your life, all you hold dear, and what God has called you to.
    You must win, there is no acceptable alternative. Cowboy up, gentlemen. There are no more easy days, you must dare to
    win. You are NEVER out of the fight.
    -stormfriend

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  7. "can make it so you can do a piece of work, then go home (or to a Safe House to lay low for a few days to ensure your cover remains intact)."

    Now would be be the best time to arrange safe houses,medical care,resupply of food and supplies etc.
    The Patriot Space idea is a good one,set up a shop to manufacture stuff,repair stuff,and make parts needed for whatever repairs need done on whatever piece of equipment.
    https://fabbersmith.wordpress.com/2014/11/18/quick-question/

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  8. It's questionable whether it reflected the will of the people. I'm not sure how it could be evidenced either way...somehow a vote doesn't sound all that reliable.

    Technically it may have been legal, but it wasn't on the up and up. At the very beginning, the meeting was called to propose amendments to the AofC.

    Some people have trouble seeing it, but I think it had something to do with the money. Oh yeah, that was the "problem"---the oligarchs weren't getting the money from the serfs. The serfs that didn't die in the war, of course. The truth came out right away, with the Whiskey Rebellion. That had something to do with money too, I'm pretty sure, as in "the rackets."

    Ho hum. We know what people mean with it, just as we know what old-timers mean with "America." It doesn't matter anyway. With the Constitution, they're renegades. Without the Constitution, they're renegades. So they're renegades. The proper response is, "No," as often and as firmly as one judges rational.

    As far as the thugs themselves, of whatever faction and whatever clothing...well, it hardly matters what words you use with a thug.

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  9. I left a comment here on another post, but it was ignored. Apparently suggesting looking into an unsolved pig-murder for ideas was too much? Eh, why I hardly come by here anymore anyway.

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    1. Don't know who you are or what you commented.

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