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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

White People to the Back! Updated Thursday 0400.


Today in Roswell, Georgia the politically correct police chief fired an officer who had been on the force for more than 20 years.  He did so because a black "preacher" (if you live here you know the type exactly), made a complaint about an officer flying a Confederate Flag at her home. 

The news carried the story, replete with the "preacher" exulting over the firing. He said she was fired because that flag has been appropriated by racists and haters. Well, then let's fire every Roswell police officer who has an American flag flying as well at their home. Same rationale.

What business is it of this sanctimonious little prig what she does on her own property?  The whole thing sickens me. That's why you need to stay out of cities in Georgia. They are run by the left wing, and it's special protected ethnic groups. You run afoul of them and you are going to get short shrift. Better to stay out in the countryside where common sense still prevails.



Unbelievable.    Link to story.  There are similar stories all over the New York papers. Must be a slow news day up there.



Trump said at a news conference today that he hopes the Russians find the missing 31,000 emails from Hillary's server. So do I, as a matter of fact. But on every news channel this evening they are saying that Trump intentionally invited the Russians to interfere in the election by saying this.

Some tart from the press got her 15 seconds of fame by having a little hysterical episode over him saying that during the press conference. It just spread from there.  And we are still at the point where the only thing indicating any Russian connection to the embarrassing email leaks are the "unidentified government officials" and "unnamed security" sources. It boggles the mind.




"The British in 1942 did not expect the Japanese to invade Singapore because they reckoned that the Malayan jungle protected them from an attack from the north. If an attack came they were sure it would be by sea—so the big guns were all pointing south. It was inconceivable to British military planners that the island could be attacked any other way—least of all, through the jungle and mangrove swamps of the Malay Peninsula"

In setting up the security for this place, I have always relied on the density of the forest to keep me from having unwelcome visitors. I have taken security measures along the jeep trail, which is really the only practical way of finding this place short of an unlikely air assault by helicopters into the meadow. I don't worry much about that eventuality.

But I have always been uneasy about my assumption that no one can get through the woods.  I'm not talking about professional soldiers here, I'm thinking of the kind of intruders I might find myself dealing with in "the real world." There are the bandits,  who rob homes all across North Georgia  for things to sell at the Hispanic flea market in Pendergrass, Georgia. There are the dope dealers who use the national forest for transacting their business. There are the random criminals who sometimes frequent this county. In the event of social disorders there might be other types of problem children.

 The slope coming up  the mountain from the old forest service road is worrisome. The brush and the trees are so thick, someone would have to push their way through and be heard a mile away in doing so. In some places it isn't physically possible to do so because of mountain laurel thickets.  Then they would have to find the place in this dense forest, and that would be a good trick.  Even if they had GPS and knew my coordinates, try getting from point A to point B using a GPS on steep, heavily wooded terrain sometime.

Even so, it's a potential problem. I put two electronic security systems out along that axis of approach today.  Expensive, time consuming, and a real pain because you have to deconflict systems for frequency interference. But it's done now, and I am that much more secure up here.


That's about all I accomplished today, but it's enough.

Thought for the Day:






28 comments:

  1. I find the most astounding thing about the media's fake hissy fitover Trump's joke about the Russians hacking Hitlery's emails, is that they could not give a crap about what the emails reveal. Now suddenly they are all concerned about being hacked by Putin's boys. But they pay no heed to the revelation of the crimes perpetrated by Hitlery's minions. Talk about the press colluding with the criminal. If after all this that skank still wins there is no justice left in the world. There is a reason I want to put as much space between me and the idiots around us.
    Over here in Maine the big issue we have is the drug junkies breaking in to peoples houses looking for Oxicontin/Oxicodone and other narcotics. Hardly a day goes by where you don't hear about and incident and usually involves some older person getting beat or murdered by the perp. Having a known repeat offender crack junky living less than 200 feet from my house gives me some serious reason for concern. Not long ago some older handicapped guy got tired of being robed of his prescriptions by the same maggot. The fifth time it happened he was prepared with a handgun and shot the junky when he broke in. The poor old guy got kicked out of his public housing for his troubles.

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    1. We have a serious drug problem here too. No one used to lock their doors here. People left rifles in the rifle racks of their trucks and didn't lock the trucks. All that is gone now. Between black thugs coming up the four lane, Hispanics coming over the mountains to deal and steal, and wandering drug addicts that just show up here,you have to be really careful.

      The more noise the media makes, the less attention is paid to what was in those emails. It's a calculated damage control program instigated by Clinton and her courtiers. Given that the left owns the networks and CNN, and we have Hillary fan Shepherd Smith working assiduously over at Fox to do her biding,I suppose we should not be surprised.

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  2. your whole set up depends heavily on isolation. Smart of you to close the back door.

    My place isn't nearly as isolated as yours so I have to get along with my neighbors. Word travels fast if there are things to watch for. We keep an eye on each other's property. There are pros and cons of course, but at least they have preps of their own.

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    1. I looked at a lot of properties before I bought this one. All over Georgia , North Carolina, and Virginia. The property here had water, power, land line, and national forest on three sides. I own the land all the way down to foot of the mountain.

      I didn't want any neighbors. My experience of living close to people is that they impact on me. Noise, bright lights, and all the rest of it. I can appreciate the utility of having people you can trust living near by. It just wasn't worth the negative aspects of socialization to me.

      Your set up works well for you, and it's important that everyone sets up in a situation that fits their comfort level.

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  3. The cities in Oregon are pretty much the same...The I-5 corridor from Portland to Medford is pretty much solid crazy liberal and the outlying rural areas are pretty conservative. Unfortunately, they outnumber us so the legislature is liberal and approaching California in insanity. In the coming storm I suspect that you are going to be fortunate to be where you are for location but a couple of solid friends to share the watches and cover the perimeter might be handy.

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    1. If it comes to that my kids, who are adults now, will be here. So will a handful of old associates. At least so goes the plan.

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  4. Well the left jumped all over Trumps tongue in cheek remark about Russia and the emails. So much so that the Hillary camp got on the bandwagon and said it was treason because those emails were a matter national security. GOTCHA!!! She swore up and down the emails were just personal stuff. Can't have it both ways, lovey.
    Over the last few years we have invested in security screens that will keep the hood rats out. They open from the inside in case of fire. Also contracted with local metal worker to fashion bars for some of the windows. It will take some doing to get into our house, and then we will be waiting as we rarely leave home. Also have installed double cylinder locks and hang the key out of reach of the door but in plain sight on the inside. Electronic chimes in the driveway, too. Our posted signs make it clear that we are not a gun free zone. How you holding up in the heat, Harry?

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    1. I had a hard time of it today, up under the forest canopy it's like the breath of hell. I had to do so clearing to get these devices installed out there. But I feel easier in my mind now.

      It's unbelievable the way Trump makes a remark in jest and all the leftists go into frenzies. I'm about sick of it. They keep prating about"the revolution" and I'm about to the point of saying let's settle this once and for all. I've had all I can stand of their arrogance, corruption and social engineering.

      I have done everything I can do here to harden this place short of putting the electric fence back up. After every storm I had to repair the fence. It's just not practical to try to run one of those under the trees.

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    2. Here where I work some metros mentioned "Revolution". I said "you talk about 1917, are you ready for 1775?"

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    3. I'm ready for another April 12, 1861 myself. This time we would win.

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  5. Extra security is always a good investment. I have a few projects I would like to do in that regard but am holding off because they are expensive.
    Yes, we have electric fencing in some of the horse pastures and it goes out during every single storm.

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    1. Lisa, I have been what today is sneeringly referred to as"hypervigilant" for thirty some years. I know from personal experience the necessity for being so. I don't rely on the sardine defense. I know your land is secluded and that you yourself had a very frightening security breach when you and the kids were home alone . I was genuinely upset reading about it but I admired your presence of mind and your courage. The thing is to mitigate the chances of something like that. I sure hope you can get your security projects done as soon as practical.

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  6. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)


    All this reminds me of Matt Bracken's first book with all the black radical fruitcakes marching from New York to Washington D.C. They looted, raped, occupied homes and robbed business along the way for food and supplies. The black radical president welcomed them with open arms in D.C.

    In the book 'Castigo Cay' by Bracken. The main charactors accidently drive up into a 'Black Lives Matter' protest and are invited to 'open up their wallets' into a collection plate with three thugs watching with intimidating stares.

    Now I mention Matt Bracken often and I think he's got a pretty good bead on things. One more thing I gotta add to his credit 'Bracken predicted the uprising in Europe this summer. It played out a little differently in his scenario and the attacks this summer so far were not as widespread as his prediction.

    One thing of note. Many countries and news outlets in Europe will stop using race and names of the attackers. That was interesting! Why bother mentioning the attacks at all?

    'Allah forbid that they be muslims. Muslims would never do such things. They are a peaceful race that demand's diversity and their own Sharia ruled country in the west.

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    1. I read Castigo Cay. Way to dark for me. I know Matt Bracken has a good following though. As for the media here and in Europe, it's completely subservient to the liberal elites who run the countries, and what you hear from them is sculpted to their agenda.

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    2. Hey Harry,

      (captaincrunch)

      I gotta admit that I like the 'real dark stuff' The real dark stuff like the movies 'The Road, Rover' and dark books are like being hit with a bucket of cold water to be brought back to reality.

      We live in happy, happy fantasy land. We can get inexpensive food of all types in big stores. We get endless supply of clean water (for the most part) out of taps. Its real easy to get free food in America. How many people in America truly suffer from malnutrition? 'Hell most people suffer from obesity.

      meanwhile in most parts of the world, the opposite from all the above is happening.

      someday our free ride will come to an end. Dogs and cats will be on the menu as well as long pork. Powerful and evil men will use women as sex slaves, warlords will roam about pillaging from a dirt farmers meager crop of potatoes.

      Going to bed hungry will be the norm for most Americans I fear. Imagine going hunting in what was a rich fertile national forest filled with animals and finding nothing.

      Now you may find a few central American gang members eating other gang members 'I wonder if 'tattooing' affects the flavor of long pork?

      Yeah' I got a little dark there but it needs to be said. History will always repeat itself and most of the worlds history in the past five thousand years has really, really sucked.





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    3. The future does not look particularly appealing. The present is not an especially great time to be navigating through either when you really consider it. As things get worse,it will be the Lotus Eaters who go into the pot first and that at least is a pleasant thought.

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  7. What the hell has happened to the people of the South? When you give blacks a finger they then want the whole hand. First amendment only applies only to them, right? I am a northerner, but I fly the Confederate flag in my yard because I know its true meaning. Southerners need to start fighting back.

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    1. There have been efforts to do so,but of course they get no press coverage. This police officer was fighting back, using her right to freedom of expression by flying her flag. But she chose a dangerous venue. Roswell was once a pleasant place. But as blacks moved in, it deteriorated in every respect. So white people have been moving out. That means you soon have a situation where oily liberal democrats and their cronies take over. However, the officer in question has gotten a lawyer and is suing the town and the police chief. I expect she will settle out of court, retire, move away from that pesthole and live happily ever after.

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    2. When blacks move into a neighborhood, it becomes a slum. Even when I was a kid, we could tell a black neighborhood. Of course, they all had Caddys or big Buicks and lived in squalor. Does this observation make me a racist? No, because it is fact. I feel the same about poor white trash who are just as bad.

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    3. I saw Druid Hills in Atlanta go that way. The government built a project right next to the neighborhood and people couldn't move out fast enough.

      If you make a simple observation of fact it doesn't make you racist but people who don't want to acknowledge the fact will still call you that. Water off a ducks back to me.

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    4. That is why it is so important not to bow down to the PC crowd. Say what you think and if it is politically incorrect, it is their problem. I grew up in an America that was very different from what we have now.....and I am too old to change my ways. We were actually taught American history and how we fought for liberty and the sacrifices that were made....that was before the government got hold of our kids and schools.

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    5. What you say is true. Things are much more difficult today for people with the old values and old beliefs. You can lose your job for not kissing the progressives collective rears. Standing up to the Obaminations is dangerous. Fewer and fewer are willing to do so. If Hillary gets elected I expect people like us will have to go underground.

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  8. My security are called Samson and Faith!

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    1. And good guardians the two of them are,Inger. But they may need to call on mom for some fire support. Might be a good idea to get a Ruger 10/22. I know you have an old bolt gun but those are tough on us older people.

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  9. How about an SKS...Little more firepower and stopping ability. Still cheap enough, and ammo is cheap too.

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    1. J, she is an older lady and has some health issues. I think a .22 is about the max recoil she can handle. That is to say, any recoil would be too much.

      I like the SKS. I have a bunch of the Chinese rifles you could buy for next to nothing back before Bill Clinton got into office and banned them. I collected the SKS for awhile. I think the best is the Russian version, though the Yugoslavian guns are pretty nice.

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  10. It's good you decided to add security. When you say "Then they would have to find the place in this dense forest, and that would be a good trick. Even if they had GPS and knew my coordinates, try getting from point A to point B using a GPS on steep, heavily wooded terrain sometime" it's a logical fallacy. You're assuming they want to find YOU. But everyone has to be somewhere - including bad people. They could come across your property by strictly random efforts. Better to look at it as "when bad people happen upon my home" how are they likely to decide to attack? How can I then detect them, defend my home, and defeat them?

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  11. My intent was to highlight the difficulty of finding my place. I am making the assumption they want to find me, based on the amount of hate mail I get from running the blog.

    Nobody is going to come up this mountain on a fluke or by accident. It's difficult to reach this part of the woods. There is only one poorly maintained dirt road coming out to my land, and then you have to get through a gate and go up slope a good ways to get here.

    Whether someone is coming here intentionally or unintentionally with ill intentions is irrelevant to me from the point of security. I want to know they are coming before they get here. Once they do, I'll use my own judgment to decide how to deal with them.

    Someone finding this place by randomly wandering up on it has happened exactly twice in 31 years. Both times, it was Dilberts who got lost on the Appalachian Trail, followed the stream down out of the national forest, then heard my dogs barking and came to the house for help.

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