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Caption: Greek – the worst ruler

Captioned Graphic: A View from the Swamp

 

 

 

 

 

 Bullet Points:

** On April 19, 1775, British forces were returning to Boston from the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the opening engagements of the war. On their march, they were continually shot at by American militiamen.

Whittemore (age 80) was in his fields when he spotted an approaching British relief brigade under Earl Percy, sent to assist the retreat. Whittemore loaded his musket and ambushed the British grenadiers of the 47th Regiment of Foot from behind a nearby stone wall, killing one soldier. He then drew his dueling pistols, killed a second grenadier, and mortally wounded a third. By the time Whittemore had fired his third shot, a British detachment had reached his position; Whittemore drew his sword and attacked. He was subsequently shot in the face, bayoneted numerous times, and left for dead in a pool of blood. He was found by colonial forces, trying to load his musket to resume the fight. He was taken to Dr. Cotton Tufts of Medford, who perceived no hope for his survival. However, Whittemore recovered and lived another 18 years until dying of natural causes at the age of 98.

To quote Sisu, “Do you really believe that he’s immortal? No. He refuses to die.”

Some people are best left alone.

** There are continuing thoughts among the American elites (our betters – ask them, they’ll tell you) on how best to defeat and demoralize conservatives. One way was by marshaling the ranks of paid thugs (think of Hitler’s brownshirts), calling themselves Antifa, and sending them forward with a remit to loot, burn, rape, and destroy. They’d be given immunity from prosecution even if apprehended in the act of arson. We all saw this. It worked well in the inner cities, but Antifa was turned back in rural America, where defacto minutemen turned out with their kit, backed by local law enforcement who (in my experience) left the area to the armed locals. Antifa fled without throwing a single brick through a window. It’s one thing to sack a police station abandoned by cowardly police officers, and it’s another for Antifa to face down citizens armed with shotguns and deer rifles who practice marksmanship as a matter of course. Think of “rooftop Koreans.” Some locals would take scalps (literally) if given half a chance. Many are veterans of America’s continuing wars to enrich the Military Industrial Complex – trained with no expense spared, now repurposed and redirected.

The Agitators have been working in the inner cities to stir up minorities against President Trump with very little success. In most cases, the minorities they would enlist did much better under President Trump. Sure, the bounty offered by the democrat Party will entice some, but BLM shot its bolt. They’ll have to rely on white criminals (Antifa) to do their bidding again, for pay, of course. There’s always a hireling willing to take thirty pieces of silver.

 

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  1. They’ll have to rely on white criminals (Antifa) to do their bidding again, for pay, of course

    Logistics. These agitators arrive on buses. The buses, while parked, have security. Run off the security, burn the buses, and let the agitators walk home.
    Tactics. All campaigns have a command post. Find the command post, eliminate it, and the rioters are screwed. Busses gone, paymasters gone.

    Do this a couple of times and watch the bullshit stop. Probably spring up again in another form so rinse and repeat.

    1. I recall multiple stories of individual pallet loads of bricks just “magically” appearing on street corners (I’m guessing delivered at night) just before Antifa got rolling. Now where could those bricks have come from?

    2. Anyone to interfere with Antifa Ops will run afoul of the FBI. They run top cover.
      *
      Rittenhouse interfered and look at what they dished out to him.

    3. their benefactors/controllers are well funded, organized and trained. they exhibit excellent field craft, obviously highly experienced intel operatives. burning the buses will only result in more buses and the burners “disappearing”. we have to rittenhouse these jerks, the troops, until nobody will take the cash. then the intel jerks will be forced to reveal themselves.

      1. Well, the Norse Sagas were full of men who just refused to die. And there are Finnish/Suomi versions that have men who just refused to die. Something about living in the frozen north seems to make men more mannish and mulish than most others.

        Still have to see it. I enjoyed very much “Nobody” from the same director. Kind of a reverse “Falling Down” which was waaay too not funny and to the point.

  2. I own three battle rifles and cases of ammo to feed them.
    I’d probably resort to the AR pistol though.
    If I ever get the chance.,er, that is if I ever need to.
    I’m thinking we’re on the verge of past the ballot and soap boxes.
    I wouldn’t last as long as Whittemore though.

    1. What was it Col. Chamberlain told those men of the 2nd Maine who had foolishly signed 3 year papers? “Wait right here, there will be guns for you shortly.”? Seems the same would hold if anyone were to follow WSF’s observations above. As Larry states though, antifa has top cover. As to the command posts, from reading X – Andy Ngo has shown that that Antifa members just convicted were using Signal App to coordinate ops. On a completely unrelated note the new CEO of NPR (wonderful resume) is a Board Member of Signal Foundation. As Aereon (Judi Dench) said about Riddick. “Now what would be the odds of that.”
      https://signalfoundation.org

      1. When fighting Antifa and BLM and other street randos like the ‘Palestinian’ folk, look for two things.

        #1. People right next to the action on cell phones or using their cell phones to video the action. Those are the people who are reporting what is happening (verbal, video) to the leaders and relay orders from the leaders to the followers. Like the famous “MoldyLocks” video, sure, she got punched like a cheap punching bag, but nobody got the two videographers standing just behind her and who were clearly relaying intel.

        #2. People about a block or two away who are standing around on the street watching the videos and talking, often into a 2nd phone, to the order takers.

        But you aren’t going to get the real leaders, because they’re oftentimes in a hotel room miles or cities away from the actual action, using #2s to relay overall orders to the #1s to give to the followers.

        You can attack their bus and U-Haul truck lagers, though. Block them in, puncture tires, sugar their gas tanks, but only if you are certain they are transports for the footsoldiers.

        And keep any hard evidence you can get. Cell phones, flyers, weapons and things that will hold fingerprints and DNA. Video the collection of said items.

        1. they are much more sophisticated than that. in a sea of black, look for the red backpacks, white hats, and huge old school cameras. those each serve different duties. they even use invisible markers, uv/ir reflective patches etc . sometimes they mark individuals to snag n bag this way. one retired intel guy observed someone marking the badguy, then become marked himself and surrounded by thugs. they usually have two vans at the rear with runners. if one gets confronted they close up, drive off and are replaced by another. they have deep pockets, burning buses will do little unless your aim is to strand the foot soldiers. first rule of civil disturbance is leave them an exit. they’ll run instead of fight. i dig the malvo approach myself.

  3. Uncle Remus (R.I.P.) used to say, “stay away from crowds” but if the crowd comes to you, well, there’s always Whittemore’s example.

    Shoot ‘n scoot might work out better than being found in a ditch in a pile of brass, though, just sayin’.

  4. I like the Israeli approach. A silenced 10-22 and a 22 LR hollowpoint in the belly, knee or ankle. And it is cheap. One man can carry a rifle and 500 rounds. Enough for all day.

  5. Stay away from crowds is excellent advice. It is not very civic minded to say, but I have no desire to do a Rittenhouse. And I don’t mean the shooting a multiple child rapist (that’d be Jojo Rosenbaum) part, I mean the initial going out in defense of the community part. I’d think differently if I lived in say rural Arizona, but I live in a Boston suburb full of high-IQ do gooders hell bent on “repairing” the world regardless of whether the world wants it. And those good people are all about reversing victim and offender in just about anything.

    Now here’s a thought. Suppose you end up pulling the full Rittenhouse. Further suppose that by some miracle you come through the criminal trial part still a free man. (Possibly or likely financially ruined by the cost of your defense, but at least not in prison.) How do you structure your finances, NOW, so that you are not completely ruined by the civil suits? I don’t remember if anyone sued over Rosenbaum, but he was a special (and sad) case. Despite being of multiple protected classes (a pedophile and mentally ill foremost; you figure out the other protected classes) apparently he was such a POS that no one seems to have cared much. But in a world where someone who ends up defensively killing Dashauntay (who was at the time trying to kill an innocent person) has to defend against being the payor of da ghetto lottery, imagine the fecal tsunami headed your way if you killed some 1-percenter scion playing revolutionary from say Scarsdale, NY or Brookline, MA.

    1. Wipe your ammo in acetone to remove fingerprints in case you need to eject an expended casing for some reason. Use commercially available ammunition, stand off 700 meters and only shoot one round before you scoot. I’m not suggesting that you become a rooftop Korean. I’m simply answering your question.

      1. There aren’t a lot of 700 meter shots available in the NE corridor, although your advice is good as always.

        – Kle.

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