The III Percent Mission Statement: Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will
within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. ~ Thomas Jefferson
Good article. Probably never happen though usual political process though.They barely touched on the fact that 1/3 of Oregon would secede also, which includes Klamath county, of which I am a resident of.
There are a great many secessionists throughout Appalachia who would like to obtain sepparation from the coastal cities and their rotten progressive tripe - from northwestern Georgia all the way up through Pennsylvania, and also upstate New York through the highlands of New England, as well.The progressives in their urban enclaves are happy to forget that their politics are not welcome in rural America. And, while much of rural America could live quite happily without those urban enclaves, the reverse is certainly not within the realm of possibility.Pardon the pun, but we rural folks hold the real trump card in this conflict of ideas, because we can put those urban cesspools under siege, should we so choose. Food, Electricity, and nearly every other necessity can be denied them, by simple blockade of trucking traffic (and some selective pruning of the grid). The manpower required to execute such a proposition is nowhere's near as high as many would assume. Fact is, you don't have to curtail 100% of ingress to besiege a modern urban enclave - even reducing ground transport by 25% would be hugely punitive... and with only a 50% reduction in truck traffic, a city will be rendered unlivable in just a few weeks.Also, no city on the eastern seaboard generates its own electricity today. Therefore, it is an incredibly simple matter to engage in denial of utility service as part of a siege/blockade, and denial of electric power is second only to denial of oxygen, in terms of speed and effectiveness.An effective capitulation can be accelerated by the addition of one particular data point - you can succeed with a very limited force, by focusing on only two categories of truck transport ***petroleum and food deliveries*** - curtail just 75% of food and fuel, and you will achieve full capitulation from said urban enclave, quite rapidly. Even if only 50% of those necessities can be curtailed, the effect will be the same, though perhaps not as quickly.Any man with military experience downrange understands exacly how such a game would play out, and exactly how much leverage is implicit in such a scenario. THEY HAVE BEEN WARNED
A bottle Jack and a steel bar could probably split railroad tracks without the fanfare of Explosives. Wouldn't have to spread them but a few inches to get the effect, I would imagine. Might be worth experimentation... :)
Not that simple - do some research on OSS experiments on the topic. ;)
I understand that cutting gaps doesn't work well, as the locomotive and cars merely "hop" the gap. I just had an idea I hadn't seen thus far... Something like a zipper opening...
Ha, scratch that. Tom Baugh said I was Marxist for spitballing the idea to deprive the hives of rail traffic. Guess it's back to the drawing board for "non-Marxist" ideas so as not to hurt the Marxists in the urban centers. Oh wait... :)
I like the fact people are actually thinking about 'how' to deprive our Marxists. Keep swingin'. ;)
I called em out for their circle jerking podcast. Defined for Baugh what a "hive dweller" was. Don't expect any of it to make it on there, as I mentioned the infamous K :) Ah well, merely make a suggestion for experimentation and I'm a Marxist. Pretty clear IFF to me.
I must add, I found your blog long before I stumbled upon the WRSA. I see realistic planning here. Realistic ideas, not hopeful outcomes. I know not everyone is a leftard Marxist, but I believe if someone who isn't doesn't ACTIVELY work against them, they enable them, and therefore have no immunity to the consequences the Marxists themselves will face.
Fuck Tom Baugh. There are very interesting OSS videos online that deal with this. I was very surprised at how much track had to be removed to derail a train. I was always told that a penny on the track could derail a train. Apparently a 5+ foot section has to be removed to cause unloaded cars to derail. The engine could not be made to derail. For some reason physics and mathematics cease to exist when attempting this.
Tom Baugh is a fat little fuck with a case of butt-hurt I gave him several years ago in Mercer as he revealed his peanut-sized brain, and he just can't get over his own insignificance. It got worse when he continued running his mouth post-Mercer and I revealed his level of manipulation across the blogs and his desire to be a back-room business partner with one of my companies. He's a typical Statist PoS who still yaps at the ankles of real men.My grandfather had a phrase for people like Tom Baugh: 'I wish I could buy 'em for what they are worth, and sell 'em for what they think they are worth.'He's just one more do-nothing keyboard/pud pounder. Next time he runs off at his cock-holster about the evils of using the courts, ask him about his threats to sue one of our Texan Patriots. ;)
Rail systems and other means of hurting Marxists: If the Ugliness ever evolves to that level of necessity, it'll take serious Patriots about a week to end Them. I LOVE the outside-the-box thinking, and it is critical. When 'it' happens, if 'it' happens, it will be time for proven and tested actions (see OSS) as well as experimentation by III Patriots all over the country (which is EXACTLY how OSS figured out what doesn't work. ;)The fight for Rightful Liberty is Existential.First targets: Our IFF'd Traitors, then the Useful Idiots...
Larry Flynt seems to have his panties in a wad. Amazing how the frozen patriot et al are now embracing such non traditional church functions and activities. I suppose things change when your wife throws you to the curb for another man and you have to move to Indiana.
This movement has been hijacked also. The backstabbers are at the top.
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