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Knarley Bob
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27/10/2018 9:26 pm  

I'm not military, so if this doesn't belong here, please send it to where it belongs.

The question, how long after the midterms, and the left gets handed a defeat, when does the shooting start?

What will be the Military's response be, seeing as it will be a "civil" war? I imagine telling one's enemy is going to be a bit tuff, especially in the beginning. Tho one would hope cooler heads would prevail, I don't see it happening. As soon as the 2nd amendment is messed with , all bets are off. MOLON LABE.

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Travis3000
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27/10/2018 9:56 pm  
Posted by: Knarley Bob

I'm not military, so if this doesn't belong here, please send it to where it belongs.

The question, how long after the midterms, and the left gets handed a defeat, when does the shooting start?

What will be the Military's response be, seeing as it will be a "civil" war? I imagine telling one's enemy is going to be a bit tuff, especially in the beginning. Tho one would hope cooler heads would prevail, I don't see it happening. As soon as the 2nd amendment is messed with , all bets are off. MOLON LABE.

Oath Keeper.

Your post hinges on a few assumptions.  One, the midterms aren't necessarily going to be a defeat of the left.  The way it looks now is that there may be a few seats in the House that are picked up by liberals, but that's speculation.  Two, what shooting are you alluding too? Shooting happens on a consistent basis in the US in practically every major city and many minor cities too. How did you tie the elections with a causal relationship to shootings?  Three, you move from shootings to a civil war when you hadn't established a casual relationship between the elections and shootings, nor did you describe anything that meets the conventional definition of a civil war and what that would actually look like.  Fourth, who's messing with the 2nd amendment? How does it fit in with your vacuously described shooting/civil war/ military action scenario? 


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BigSiameseCat
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27/10/2018 10:02 pm  

Increased violence will also be likely if there is a Venezuela style economic collapse with hyperinflation. Rioting and looting began in a WallyWorld in Georgia within a few hours when a glitch prevented EBT cards from working. I wouldn't focus exclusively on the possibility of a civil war and prepare for other types of crisis that can come about rather quickly. A widespread supply chain interruption would cause an increase in shooting within a few days as stores in the cities become empty. Most people in the US are not used to even short term fasting. If they miss a meal or two, they will freak out.


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may72020
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28/10/2018 12:23 am  

Shtf has already happened years ago. Most people don't recognize it. I am at war with my government. I have martial law imposed on me and I fight back the best I can by slow walking and minimal compliance. Shitbag courts have made normal life impossible. 

My sentence ends in 18 months I hope. Who knows what judge fuckwit will rule? Anything goes in that star chamber. 


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Hitman
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28/10/2018 4:29 am  

no big dramatic collapse will happen.

things will go along mostly the same.

we as men MUST be ready for anything,

but don't lose too much sleep over what MIGHT happen.

 

men, we are on our own. the best you can hope for is good company along the way. the good company is here.


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Matcha Savage
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28/10/2018 8:14 am  
Posted by: BigSiameseCat

(...) A widespread supply chain interruption would cause an increase in shooting within a few days as stores in the cities become empty. Most people in the US are not used to even short term fasting. If they miss a meal or two, they will freak out.

Domesticated, civilized society is always one meal away from anarchy, unrest and chaos.

That is a rule.

This site has been a scam from the start. I am outta here.


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uoSʎWodɹɐH
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03/11/2018 6:28 pm  

I know too many with  common sense enough to stay out of the wars in the streets. Those are stupid to engage in unless you like being labeled a terrorist or UN-patriotic buffoon. To cause something like your describing would take a large scale resistance to the system in place.

Most men know that the system is not our problem but the EVIL administrative authorities are the problem. They are doing all the can to make privacy a crime.

We shall have liberty until he last Man willing to die for it has had his spiritual FIRE  extinguished !!!!!

At that moment there will be nothing worth fighting and dying for, left on earth, and those remaining will be deserving of  their fate.

 They will be standing there with fire extinguishers handy and keenly aware of how useless a fire extinguisher is against what is coming..

L&R

 

I was bound to be misunderstood, and I laugh at the idiots who misunderstand me! Kind mockery toward the well-intentioned and unfettered cruelty toward all would-be prison guards of my creative possibilities. In this way I learn to revel as much in misunderstanding as in understanding and take pleasure in worthy opponents. Making language fluid, flowing like a river, yet precise and pointed as a dirk, contradicts the socialistic purpose of language and makes for a wonderful verbal dance—a linguistic martial art with constant parries that hone the weapon that is the two edged sword of my mouth.


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The Evil Genius
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04/11/2018 12:15 am  

We are already in a civil war. I would say since the election of the 2d Bush. There are different levels of conflict in a civil war. Shooting starts when one side or the other decides they:

a) Have nothing to gain playing by the system rules,

b) They have nothing to lose.

I suspect that if the socialist fail to gain control of the House they will resort to low level sporadic violence in an effort to get the President to invoke marshal law because they believe marshal law would advance their political narrative. If on the other hand they gain the house we will have two years of gridlock government where nothing will get done. 


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uoSʎWodɹɐH
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04/11/2018 6:25 am  

The Evil Genius   wrote: I suspect that if the socialist fail to gain control of the House they will resort to low level sporadic violence in an effort to get the President to invoke marshal law because they believe marshal law would advance their political narrative. If on the other hand they gain the house we will have two years of gridlock government where nothing will get done. 

I pray the low level sporadic socialist do as you say.  I would love a serious high level military retaliation to any and everything the socialist do..Not just a spanking but a real message that taking it to our streets will be met with massive resistance.. Those who will protest for money are one thing, but those who are willing to kill should be willing to die. Gridlocked government is not so bad for those of us who detest progressives..Government doing nothing is a wonderful system.. Government expected to do everything has been the problem for centuries.  Progress is another way of saying come on government do something.. Best thing is to wait out the impatient socialist until they get violent then Give em back violence in massive amounts.   Using our military against such actions should send a clear signal.

Gridlock with no violence wonderful....Violence and marshal law even better... Besides I am sure I spotted a police officer today and that fits my definition of marshal law.

Its not new in my neck of the woods.

L&R

I was bound to be misunderstood, and I laugh at the idiots who misunderstand me! Kind mockery toward the well-intentioned and unfettered cruelty toward all would-be prison guards of my creative possibilities. In this way I learn to revel as much in misunderstanding as in understanding and take pleasure in worthy opponents. Making language fluid, flowing like a river, yet precise and pointed as a dirk, contradicts the socialistic purpose of language and makes for a wonderful verbal dance—a linguistic martial art with constant parries that hone the weapon that is the two edged sword of my mouth.


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The Evil Genius
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04/11/2018 6:29 pm  

Great point Harpo! The majority of these "protesters" are just paid provokteers. And they do as they wish because they believe their safety is assured. When that ceases to be the case they will disappear. They will march and burn and attack in exchange for Soros money but they are not going to die for it. We on the other hand are willing to die for liberty. Anytime two sides are in conflict and one is willing to die and the other is not---guess who wins? 


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Knarley Bob
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05/11/2018 9:41 pm  

I kind of like the way General Paton put it. "I don't want you to go out and die for your country. I want you to go out and make that other poor bastard die for his!"

Seems to work out better that way. Yes, the loading bench has been busy.....

"No quarter asked, nor given"


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