Archive for October 2015

Strategy News : China’s Army

October 29, 2015

It’s been a long time since I’ve done open data mining of strategypage. Last was about 2007 or 2008, at the conclusion of the final hope for American redemption from Vietnam or Iraqi independence of terrorism.

Now that wars seem to be on rise, time to get back to it. Chinese army generals copied a US military training trick, to go along with their Clinton gift package of launch systems for their cruise missiles.

Government black helicopters

October 25, 2015

This is what happens when the “crazy” becomes normal. And there was a helicopter too.

Two websites were mentioned, Yelp and

Yelp is a facility review site for the masses and meetup is a user content site for distributed organizations and small teams, like the Japanese have to convert online meets into physical meet ups.

Tools designed for the consumer, but can be used to counter occupations and the Authorities too, by circumventing barriers to entry and all that jazz.

Saw it on Instapundit.

Essential Oils Part 2 : Plant Therapy

October 25, 2015

Continued on from that, I’ve now used for several months in various quantities and dosages these oils.

Peppermint Lemon

Got another source of oil this time, from Plant Therapy via Amazon, which is a lot cheaper but less aromatic. They don’t recommend ingestion/internal use, but supposedly the oils are still food grade from them.

Lemon, winterleaf, and peppermint are pretty good for external wounds on the skin or muscle issues. Eucalyptus is very effective against infection, bacteria or viral. Although “toxicity” is generally what happens when you over dose in x amount of time. As in, many things are toxic because the body does not know how to deal with the large quantities, including Vitamin A… even an over abundance of calcium may have deleterious health effects.

For every substance or method of intake, the body has some ability to absorb, but at what level and rate is hard to pin down.

The DoTerra oils are more expensive but seem to be refined to smaller molecule sizes in the oil, which diffuses better in the air, providing a strong aroma. The actual strength seems to be about the same, although that’s a preliminary assessment.

This joins up with the water research because oils would have a special effect on water, especially as it is oil and organic in nature.

Why we are afraid of Islam Part 2

October 16, 2015

From VoxDay and one of the more interesting science fiction writers out there (John C Wright), comes this more “literate” version of the history, which can be seen in video format under the history category in one of my older posts.

This covers some interesting hidden details about how ISIL likes to operate.

The True Nature of Islam

October 12, 2015

I saw this many years ago and probably used much of it, now forgotten, as a baseline for determining the True Nature of the Leftist alliance as well.

It’s a good classical background for people who want the context of how Islam came to power in the 7th century. Some details I’ve forgotten as well like the Black plague, although the Persian vs Byzantine waste of lives in war I hypothesized about way earlier than 2007.

Time to grow roses

October 11, 2015

There’s been this bush that’s been alive for years here, who knows when or who planted it.

So I just harvested some seeds, and going to see if they can grow during this season with some modified water, while saving the rest for spring.

Some sources I use for this experiment:

Economic Equality vs Power Equality

October 11, 2015
Courtesy Texan99
One of the reasons why Northern Abolitionists thought slavery was horrible under the Democrat plantation is because it made the South poorer and disenfranchised white workers as well.

The South lacked any real industrial power because slave labor was undercutting white workers, while aggregating wealth under white land owners. In the North, people had to be paid, so it made more sense to make factories and other jobs that were highly productive on a per manpower basis. In a feudal system, the Industrial Revolution would never happen, because serfs wouldn’t be allowed the freedom to just move anywhere and work in any city, for any wage.

Slave was becoming dangerous not merely to the blacks, white people may not necessarily care about black strangers and their families, but because it was going to start affecting white workers, normal American families that had “equal” rights.

Some people even recognized that ahead of time, such as General Lee, but they weren’t given any power to reform the system. The system didn’t want to be changed and all the land owners in power, had the power to punish and destroy anybody that thought different. A few KKK episodes, a little bit of canning here and there, and nobody would be left to contest the issue. Even poor whites and normal middle American families had to obey Jim Crow or else be punished. The State’s Rights to tyrannize their own people, even without the Black Question being involved.

The author perceives power dynamics as being above and directly connected to economic dynamics. Most people don’t really think of it like that. They think technology will end slavery sooner or later, that it is inevitable. That economics will naturally balance out the power scale. They think if some top law makes the wages better or introduces a better way of doing things, that this naturally makes things more productive or more fair for everyone involved.

From what I’ve seen of human nature, that’s a little bit too idealistic.