“There is no real ending. It’s just the place where you stop the story.”

― Frank Herbert

Monday, April 27, 2015

I am watching Baltimore burn from the comfort of the mountain top.

 I'm not in much danger up here on this mountain, so I can afford to watch the goings on in Baltimore in a fairly detached manner.




Still, it's the country I live in.   All I can do is watch events as the death spiral accelerates.  I might as well just keep an eye on it for anything that might affect me up here, and not worry about the rest.


I've used the term Morlock for the rioters, instead of saying "blacks." That's because a lot of black people don't appreciate this type of behavior any more than I do.  The fellow in the video below pretty well sums it up.  Caution, his language can get a little salty but it's well worth watching.



Here we have the Major of Baltimore saying "go to it" before she conveniently took a powder and disappeared. No one seems to know who is in charge in Baltimore right now. Mayor Rawlins-Blake is telling the police to back off, and give the rioters their "space." Too bad if you live or work in that "space."  The appeasers in political office are learning that you reap what you sow.  If you hammer the police when they try to maintain law and order, then don't expect them to be enthusiastic about a repeat performance.


I am watching the chaos .  Morlocks are attacking the Eloi whom they find on the street.  There are some pretty horrific pictures of people at street cafes or walking down the street suddenly being attacked . Some fought back but most just ran away or stood there and got thumped. The miscreants are stoning or beating people based on the sole parameter of race. Gender and age don't enter into it.

 Shepard Smith of Fox News is doing his normal thing, as the burning and looting plays out on the screen. He's telling all about how it's the fault of the police.  The poor, downtrodden minority residents of Baltimore are just looting, attacking people, burning things because they are being oppressed by "The Man."

At the same time, Shepard Smith is shrieking about the city being lawless, and blaming the police. 

One thing you notice about old "Shep." He's damned careful to stay in the Fox Newsroom until the smoke and fire are no longer in evidence.  He may be a great friend of the looters and rioters, but he isn't going to go down there and rub elbows with them until things quiet down.

The police, on the other hand, when they can speak  "off camera" are saying they aren't going to engage the rioters, because they'll just get hammered when some rioter gets hurt. So they are sitting it out right now. I can't say as I blame them.  Shoot a Morlock in self defense, get pilloried by the press, have Barrack Hussein running you down on national tv, get yourself investigated by the so called "Justice Department", lose your job or go to jail.  I'd stand there and watch too.

Lots of burning vehicles, many destroyed police vehicles.  Seven police officers seriously injured at this point. Reinforcements seem to be slow in arriving at the scene. Why should they hurry. If they have to use force then Jesse Jackson , Al Sharpton, and presumably Shepard Smith will be there with their crying towels.







Here's an interesting video which illustrates the fact that when the "oppressed " are on a roll, it's a bad time for white people to go sight seeing.  I like the opera music, because this is all theater.

Here's another funny / weird thing.  Suddenly many of the advertisements on Fox News are for emergency supplies and food. One of them starts out with dramatic music and then declares" You may not be a prepper now, but you will be!"






51 comments:

  1. We are listening to the insanity on the computer police scanner. Nobody believes in consequences for actions any more, it seems. Cheer up, Harry. Pretty soon you and I will be in the minority, if we aren't already, and then we can go do whatever we please without having to pay the price. That's how it works, isn't it? Of course, at my age I think it would be more trouble than not to go smashing windows, setting cars afire and rioting in general. Think I'll just stay home and enjoy my peace and quiet.

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    1. On the one hand, I'm really aggravated that it's come to this. But, on the other hand, I have to really laugh about it. The liberal democrats brought this on by pandering to minorities, and by using these situations for political capitol. Now they are reaping what they sowed.

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    2. honestly, pols seem to be pandering but they are using people as cogs in their machinations.
      while pretending to care and weep over 'minorities', about whom they care absolutely nothing, the manipulation goes apace.
      the 'minorities', having been 'dumbed-down, cannot see that they are pawns and not people to those pulling the strings of the puppets in power.
      the puppets in power cannot see that they, too, are being manipulated.
      the Devil is highly amused, in his own terrible way.
      God help us!!
      deb h.

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    3. Politicians, with rare exceptions, pander to the mob. They've been doing it since Classical Greek times, and probably before. Cicero, Tacitus, Livy and other Roman writers and thinkers all remarked on the same phenomenon.

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  2. But I thought once Narcissus was elected the seas would subside, and we would have no more racial tensions.

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    1. Black Jesus has been sort of a let down in a lot of ways, hasn't he? Well, as the newscaster is saying right now "The African American community is angry, frustrated, and now they are out on the streets." I feel really bad, you know? I'm sure it's your fault, and my fault, that these Cretans are out there acting like a bunch of savages. Don't know how, exactly, it's our fault but the news talking heads are saying it over and over so it must be true. ;-)

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  3. All they have to do is shoot the first million or so looters and the other millions would probably get the message. If not, shoot them, too!

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  4. Just another reason I avoid large cities. I think it's crazy there in "normal" times.

    Good to be back home in the woods.

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  5. Gorges, you know we can't have the police shooting any of these poor, oppressed souls. I mean, so what if they are beating up random whites on the street, injuring police officers, burning vehicles, businesses and homes. When it's all over, the Black Congressional Caucus and the NAACP will be there blaming the police and commiserating with the downtrodden. Too bad about all the other people who got hurt, but hey, it's their fault because 200 years ago maybe their ancestors owned slaves, so they deserve it.

    I know what would happen if some group tried to pull this kind of thing in these mountains here. Then the morlocks would have something to squall about for real.

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    1. you notice jesse j. isn't standin' out there when the molotov cocktails are flyin', doncha?

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    2. Just like that little weasel, Shepard Smith on Fox News. They laud the lawless, but don't put themselves in the clutches of the same people.

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  6. Sixbears, You and me both. I'm glad I'm up here in the woods, and not down in that or any other city. My kids live in a Northern city though, and I worry about them. We've taken steps to insure they can protect themselves and get out by back routes if they need to.

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  7. Meanwhile, in New Orleans, two white citizens are murdered in their home by a pair of Usual Suspects and no one says a damned thing about it. But there will come a day sooner or later when the decent majority are going to have to stand up and rid our communities of these savages our own damned selves since we can't count on our elected officials to do it.

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    1. I think the black guy in the first video of this posting got it exactly right. There are plenty of urbanites who will let themselves be victimized, largely because they don't know they can take responsibility for themselves. But lurking out in the dark is different kind of individual, who knows the score and has no qualms about choosing "them" in a them or me situation.

      It's hopeless to look to government for protection. Just look at the Holder "justice department" and it's obvious that government is an impediment to justice, not a facilitator.

      What you say about communities protecting themselves is spot on. Cities can't do it, but smaller rural communities can.

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    2. murphy,
      the baltimore 'elected official' is the one who said 'let the riots begin'.

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  8. Harry - this is sheer craziness. i had to look it up because we don't read/see the news except for our island news. you'll love this one - i told jam that there is some giant riot going on in baltimore. he said he didn't care. then he said - "imagine a riot breaking out on our island? the headlines would read 'riot at the mayflower mall - tim horton's was closed'" (anyone from canada would understand the reference. tim horton's is canada's favourite coffee shop and a few times there have been actual riots in cities in ontario and alberta because a tim horton's was closed.)

    i am glad that you are safe on the mountain. make sure the kids have tons of printed maps of how to get here. much love buddy! your friend,
    kymber

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    1. Hey, Kymber. It's a mess in Baltimore, but then, Baltimore has a black mayor, black city councilmen, a majority black police force.... I have a hard time following how it's somehow my fault.

      Like you, I don't have to worry about riots up here. Atlanta, Rome, Macon, Valdosta, are all different stories. Macon, in particular, is a power keg waiting for a match.

      I think if the city where the kids live went up they might try to go North rather than South, since the roads are less likely to take them through or to cities that might be having their own problems. Just as a precaution, I had them do some initial activity last night, such as filling up the Jeep, filling up the two gas cans, getting cash if they didn't have it already, etc. All things that are good to have out of the way if you have to bug out, but don't cause you any inconvenience if nothing happens.

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    2. kymber,
      i bet those canadian riots were a sight to see, everyone saying' 'excuse me' and other such canadian riot talk.
      harry,
      what's going on in macon?
      deb h.

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    3. Macon, Georgia is a hot bed of Islamic fervor and that on top of an already essentially lawless mind set. Nobody with any brains pulls off the freeway to get gas in Macon. I did, once, and I won't repeat the mistake.

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  9. Hey Harry,

    Perhaps now some of those Orioles "crackers" will learn from this and move. If not, at the very least wise up and work to legalize conceal carry in Baltimore.

    I see parallels with what happened in Zimbabwe. Kill or exile the whites in your community and look at your country now. Obama is the new Mugabe. So Let em go ahead and destroy their city. Let's see if anybody wants to invest their money there now. Perhaps the Clinton foundation can help?

    That guy in the video talks so much sense, I'm afraid he'll now be labeled an Uncle Tom. He may need to go into hiding. I'm sure the DOJ is out looking for him right now.--Troy

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    1. Troy, I often think of Rhodesia when this kind of thing happens. When I lived in Italy, there was a Rhodesian girl who worked in a shop at the AFSOUTH headquarters, she was a beautiful girl. However, she had a hideous scar down one side of her face. She told me, after I got to know her, that her family had farmed in Rhodesia, but the farm was attacked one night by terrorists. She was cut with a knife during the fray but the family managed to drive off the terrs. We see what happened to Rhodesia when it became Zimbabwe. From a prosperous state with work for just about everybody, to a failed state with blacks fleeing to South Africa (where they are not particularly welcome, as the news from there attests), and people dying of starvation. The farmers are gone now, the farms split up into penny packets too small even for subsistance farming. Mugabe, who probably worships Idi Amin as his role model, runs the place like a private fiefdom, which in reality it is.

      The fellow in the video is probably not much worried about being labeled, he seems pretty courageous. But you are right about the DOJ, I'll bet you a dollar to a donut they're trumping up charges right now. The FBI in particular has become adept at arresting people for total nonsense, based on "unidentified and secret informants", then after they have lost their homes, lost their jobs, and been smeared across the front page of every newspaper, they just let them out the back door of the jail house by dropping charges. It's sickening.

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    2. troy,
      the video man with the common sense and intelligence is probably having his tax returns for the last 20 years pulled right now!
      God bless and protect him.
      may the fbi and all its alphabet sisters burn in hell, if there is room left after all the pols are stuffed in.
      deb h.

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    3. Yep. Seems the Feds have already begun to purge. I'm seeing tonight that pressure has been brought to bear on the local DA and now 6 good cops have been prosecuted for homicide. Where is the evidence? This is madness.--Troy

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    4. I wonder why anyone would be a cop in Baltimore. You have a liberal black mayor, a liberal black prosecutor, a majority black population. What makes anyone think that a white policeman has any chance at all of a fair shake there, so why would they work there? Beats me.

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  10. Glad I live up in the high desert where everybody is armed....keeps things civil. No Morlocks here, either,

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    1. Living near high concentrations of minority folks is dangerous, and that's about all there is to say, whether it's "racist" to say it out loud or not. Living in isolated rural areas doesn't make us safe from all depredations, but we are infinitely safer than people in cities or suburbs. There's also the indisputable fact that most rural people are well armed and have no qualms about using weapons for self defense. In the "burbs" that's often not the case. I agree with your succinct comment.

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  11. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)

    Fun in Baltimore.

    Let them burn the city down for all I care. They reap what they sow with their liberal policies of appeasement.

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  12. To be honest I've not heard about any of this. I've not listened to much news other than election stuff. I have to say that the police get put in really awkward situations at times like that and cameras and editing can make it look how the editor wants.

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    1. You couldn't pay me enough to be a police officer. There isn't enough money.

      But it will be interesting when the politicians who have jumped on the band wagon demonizing the police to pander to liberals, have to deal with things like Baltimore where the police simply decide to sit it out.

      This type of thing is becoming prevalent in the U.S., and it will get a lot worse as different ethnic groups struggle against each other for resources and power.

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  13. It's starting up in Ferguson again too.

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    1. I hope you can avoid going into any cities while you are recuperating. The thugs don't differentiate between men and women when they are attacking people, and they don't care if you are already injured. The news footage is being edited to keep people from seeing this but if you look at raw footage people have posted on YouTube it's appalling.

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    2. harry, we lived in florida when the miami riots broke out.
      that was more than 30 years ago.
      what was on the news and what the police saw were two polar opposite things.
      the carnage was unmentionable. the terror was beyond understanding.
      how you could be raised in america without absorbing any of the ethos is incomprehensible.
      rapery and other torture too horrible to name, burning everything.
      it was the negro community destroyed by the savages among them.
      i feel for all the old widow ladies caught in these places with seemingly no way out.
      from what i hear the baltimore and ferguson were not as bad as the riots in miami, but i don't know any of the police in those places.
      i bet you'd hear a different story from some of them.
      deb h.

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    3. mobs are dangerous in the extreme. Particularly ethnically inspired mobs.

      I imagine those people who were injured or lost their businesses in the latest round of black misbehavior will think long and hard before remaining there or rebuilding there. Why bother, as it will just happen again.

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  14. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)

    I just had an epiphany.

    Start a new gov program allowing individuals to have expedited paper work, air fair money and a small amount of spending money (maybe $5.000) to give up their citizenship and fly off to whatever country they want and Never Return.

    This would allow 'gang members, Islamic extremist's, wacko's and assorted fruitcakes to join Isis and the upcoming muslim caliphate so we don't have to pay for their 'warehousing in whatever prison in their respective states have.

    Later on the battlefield against the caliphate we can dispense with the political correctness and employ 'Napalm, Cluster Munitions and other nasty assorted toys like them 'Russkie Hockey Puck, foot poppers (Land Mines) deployed back in the 80's "Hard to run away from an AC-130 Gunship when your foot's blown off.

    Going back to the caliphate. I see Syria (If Assad falls) becoming the head of the Islamic caliphate. Maybe Turkey will be the seat of power like they did over 600 years ago?
    Meanwhile a great number of shit bags in our inner cities will be 'radicalized in islam' and go from dirt bag gang member to full on insurgent. This of course could give islam a big foot hold in America and further balkanize what is left of the Union and ultimately lead to break up of the Union by the mid to late 21st Century.


    "Thus Spoke Zarathrusta" (again)

    'Like I said before, the bloodshed world wide in the 21st Century will eclipse the bloodshed of the 20th Century'

    I just study the past to foresee the future.

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    1. We tried part of your program , when we set up Liberia and allowed those who wished to return to their African homeland to go. Even with U.S. subsidies, we see Liberia didn't turn out too well. But it's a good thought.

      With the Islamists, "Bouncing Betty" would probably be a good type of mine to employee. Step on one of those, it pops up crotch high and blows your essentials off. Not good for morale, over all

      I am beginning to wonder if you aren't right about this being worse than the last Century, even with two world wars.

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    2. Hey Harry,

      (captaincrunch)

      I hope I am wrong on my assessment of the 21st Century.

      Everyone's getting nukes. Celiphate version 2.0 is on the way and I see not only Spain, and a few Southern European countries repeating what happened with the Moor's over 600 years ago but actually the caliphate will weed its way up into parts of France, England and maybe Scandinavia at some point.

      I think the Russian Orthodox Church and the Russkie Oligarch's are planning ahead by setting up Russia as the strongest country in Europe to counteract the Islamic insurgents coming up from Turkey into Romania.
      Ancient rivalries will thrive in the 21st Century except this time you can count on an Islamic Nukes being manufactured in Iran thanks to Chamberlain in the White House, Oh' I mean Obama.

      What I can't see is why Putin is giving Iran nuke technology when he should know full well that after us and Israel are defeated that Russia is the next target for the caliphate???

      I know the Russians need the money but hell, the Russians will paint themselves into a corner.

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    3. sorry to be so garrulous but this crap is just about getting on my last nerve.
      c. c. is correct on the bloodshed.
      sure, read history, but you can read the future in the Bible which is so far 100% accurate.

      bouncing betty- never heard of it- but would keep the 72 virgins safe in the hereafter !!!

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    4. Hey Deborah Harvey,

      (captaincrunch)


      I don't mean to be rude but when some posters on this blog also get on my nerves and I just 'skip over their comments' and I don't get stressed out.
      I try and focus on the subject matter and I care more about what Harry has to say being that this is his blog.

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  15. Just a modern day rendition of "Nero fiddled while Rome burned". U.S. government response - meh! Sooner or later, someone is going to strike back - and then its on! A business owner who is saving their business, a person saving their vehicle from destruction. I wonder how the insurance companies are viewing this ?

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    1. Last night on Fox there was quite a segment about the fact that it was already difficult for business owners to get insurance in that part of Baltimore, and now it will be either prohibitively expensive or outright impossible for most businesses to get insurance. Another ripple in the pond of unintended consequences for people who celebrate the opportunity to steal by trashing their own neighborhoods.

      One way to stop this would be to import Koreans and get them to open shops. In the L.A. riots the Koreans showed the way to handle civil unrest. I saw a video segment on You Tube not long ago, taken during the riots. A big mob of blacks came roaring down the road toward the Koreans shops, screaming and brandishing improvised weapons. The Koreans opened up on them with shotguns and pistols. The mob turned into a scene from the Ten Commandments, it was all a**holes and elbows as they trampled each other trying to get away.

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    2. anonymous,
      the insured and their insurors need to bring a zillion $$$ suit against the baltimore mayor and city council.
      i'd love to see it!!

      harry,
      hooray for the Koreans! that is a 'minority' we need more of
      and they are clean, family-centric people.
      deb h.

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    3. I like Koreans. I worked with their military extensively in Korea, and they are a no nonsense people.

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  16. If all the energy expended in burning and looting went into repairing and rebuilding the community Mr. Gray's tragedy could become a turning point for community renewal not destruction....why is hat so hard for the young black men to see?

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    1. It's easier to sell dope and get a welfare check than it is to work, Fiona. That's my personal interpretation of their behavior. I also think most of these flakes don't care a damn about Gray, they just want an excuse to show their butts and do some five finger discount shopping.

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  17. PS: For Justice to be effective we need to practice Personal Responsibility!

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    1. Yes, and it wouldn't hurt to throw some of the looters into jail for a two or three years. Unfortunately, 75% of those arrested for looting in the latest episode have been released without charges by order of the Mayor.

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  18. I listen to NPR on the way to work. They are the only news station available on FM locally. Also have good business stuff and unlike the conservative talk radio set actually pay attention to the rest of the world.

    One of the more 'opinion' type pieces talked about how the poor people in Baltimore are in a 'food desert' without a decent grocery store and simultaneously mentioned that they burned down the only sources of food in the neighborhood, a CVS pharmacy and a little Asian run bodega (sp). They failed to connect the dots. Sometimes there is a reason people cannot have nice things.

    Honestly I fail to see why a pale faced person would be out and about in Baltimore these days. This stuff is on the news. If for some terrible reason I lived within a 50 mile radius of that area I would be at home with Nora virus or foot and mouth disease or explosive diarrhea. I'd be watching the news in my living room holding a rifle with a MD legal 20 rd mag with a loaded chest rig sitting beside me on the couch.

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    1. Your logic seems impeccable to me. I don't see myself sitting at an outdoor cafe drinking latte's when the Zulus come sweeping over the hilltop.

      I am mindful of what happened at Isandlwana when the ammo ran out.

      Most people know the old saw about not s*itting where you eat, but apparently that is not a part of black folklore.

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  19. When I heard the Baltimore mayor say what she said live, my body went numb. I really feel so sorry for the people who are being victimized in Baltimore. I think the insurance companies suing the mayor and the Baltimore govt is a great idea. After all, she did give the go ahead to destroy and told the police to allow the destruction.

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    1. She also disappeared for more than six hours , no one could find her, including the governor of the state. Later she denied saying what she said although by then it had been posted on zillions of blogs all around the world.

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