Archive for the ‘War’ category

Charle H massacre in France proceeds to next stage of Islamic Invasion of Europe

November 19, 2015

Some interesting comments I made almost a year ago. Let’s see how they fit the modern context, if any.

Leftist orthodoxy now accepts the innocence of Islamism as an article of faith,…They are too completely invested in multiculturalism, social deconstruction and redistribution to doubt the faith now…

And therefore they will cling to their dogma, however improbable it might be, long past the point when any reasonable Leftist would have doubted it. This is the most dangerous aspect of the crisis facing the West. Not only are we in danger of tearing our politics apart, we must. It has now become a case of destroying our civilization in order to save it…The cultural elites of the West are going to hang themselves in the morning according to a schedule that they themselves have devised.

Do you think our elites won’t punch the door buttons to let the killers in to shoot us? They already have. They already have.

It’s that last sentence that sends the chill up my spine. It’s pretty much what I’ve been thinking for over a decade. Our own failure to tell the truth about what’s happening and the nature of the enemy, and to face the seriousness of the task ahead of us, has been made clear since shortly after 9/11. In fact, it was probably clear long before that, but after 9/11 it became undeniable.-Neo Neo

Of course. Americans are called paranoid due to the gun culture and the various usage of ammo in actual shooting galleries and training setups, but strength does not come from being lazy on the couch all the time. That’s something Europe, the birth place of the Enlightenment including the dark products like communism, seems to have forgotten under the Pax Americana. Unfortunately for them, Pax Americana is dead. And they helped kill it.

They’ll get what’s coming to them.-Y

Sometimes paranoia is good for survival.

R and K selected strategies for genetics and 21st century

November 17, 2015

Courtesy of daitken


Funny combination. But also important for an alliance against the Left.

I did come to the conclusion in 2007 that the Leftist alliance was getting Americans killed intentionally.



One of those “K” selected emphasis on risk and long term development

Documentary explaining HEMA.

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.

The Iraq Quagmire and the Propaganda that caused it

October 11, 2015

One of the things people wonder about, after having engaged in Gamersgate and other counter offensives against the Left, is what the Iraq conflict in 2003 was about. Most of what they know was during an era where their information sources were gate keepered by the MSewerM propaganda corps. Which applied both to domestic United States reception as well as international deception, scope wise.

So one of the reasons the “neocons”, composed of former Democrats or Leftists as well as conservative patriots, decided that fighting terrorists in Iraq and Afghanistan was a good idea is because of what’s in that article.

The ME is producing a culture that trains and conditions child soldiers, with Saddam Hussein providing a good bit of that funding back when Iraq’s Hussein still had his neck unstretched.

It was a counter offensive, which failed because the traitors succeeded in installing their guy on the Presidential Throne. People now a days try to connect the Bush II events together with the Hussein Obola events, and it’s rather difficult for them. They are allowed to mention Iraq under Bush II, but Obama vs Bush II or Hussein Obola’s Iraq, isn’t mentioned. Most of this is designed to promote Libertarian isolationism or as a cheap support trick for the attack against Hussein’s Syrian black ops.

I just find it ironic that the anti Leftists are using a counter offensive, Iraq 2003 and 2006 under Petraeus, to attack the Leftists when it was the Leftists that succeeded in controlling public perception about Iraq 2003 and 2006. But that’s the result of being conditioned and mind controlled for so many years. Getting out of it after 2008, doesn’t mean the programs were erased.

To be more precise and accurate, there were certain reasons why people in the US were allied with Saddam Hussein even though he wasn’t cooperating.

They had to sabotage the Iraq war under Bush II and later Afghanistan, because the COIN method developed and tested under Petraeus would have been too dangerous if it had been applied to US cities where the Leftist alliance holds many assets in.

Later on, Hussein Obola came to power in 2008, which is like Benedict Arnold replacing Washington as President.

Now the people who bought the Iraq quagmire lie in 2005, are now using Hussein Obola’s successful sabotage of Afghanistan and Iraq that was intended to back the US treason party’s own power base, in order to attempt to attack the US treason party’s black ops in Syria.

It’s more complicated than some Leftist conspiracy.

Tactical Flashlights

October 5, 2015

For a non lethal tool that brings forth light, I can imagine quite a number of uses for it.

Wasn’t the exact one I tested but close enough, click the link there for an example of what it looks like and some features.

In older wars, the officers sometimes had a sabre in one hand and a pistol in the other, to cover all tactical ranges and potential encounters. They weren’t specialists fighting at the front, but they could keep themselves alive long enough to hold a line and give orders at least.

One of the issues with a full non lethal force kit is that you lack the ability to project any kind of force or deterrence over ranges longer than your leg or maximum dash/acceleration in 5s. Very good for low force scenarios such as airplanes where you aren’t allowed, for a number of reasons, to utilize maximum firepower. And lower force levels are easier to explain, legally speaking. An insufficient force level can break your tactics, leading to death, but a strategic failure to justify level of force used may also kill you, just more slowly. Society is the one that tends to get you, later on.

For a practical digest, consider the difference between a person trying to charge a mass murderer shooting civilians, vs someone doing a zig zag approach on the mass murderer using a tactical flashlight to jam out the enemy’s targeting and accuracy. Generally, even untrained shooters can shoot people coming straight at them or running straight away, assuming melee isn’t engaged and cover/concealment plays no part.

As a bonus, since we’re in the Age of Light or the Age of the Internet or the Age of Communications, here’s some youtube videos to show you how these things normally operate.

Have to find the strobe and zoom functions, since that’s what I need the flash light for. The one I tested could threw a light 1-2 houses over, at night, and focus light down to a hand sized grid box at that distance. Which means that diffused light won’t disable the vision targeting of people at that distance, but a focused light would.

I’m currently absorbing the reviews and what they say, because I haven’t done my research on tactical lights. I have done my research on high carbon steel blades and their alloy variations, however, so I get the general gist of the methodology. Btw, for someone used to the sturdiness of machine consistent 1060 steel or the flexibility of 1045, some “stainless steel bevel” or some “acrylic aluminum bevel” doesn’t sound all that sturdy as an impact tool. Although for people afraid of getting blood on themselves and in their wounds, I suppose it is better than using the fist or elbow.

The dates on these videos are pretty old, 2 years by now. With improvements in circuity, the led lights actually get better as a result.

This, I think, is very close in features to the one I tested.

And another one, the more expensive one.

I try to look at the feature comparison, rather than the lumens. The price point seems to be under 25 dollars for the cheap ones, 50 dollars for the mid range, and 90+ dollars for the high range.

Modern Day American Policy in the ME: Consequences

September 13, 2015

The price of being an American ally.

Is to be betrayed by a nation that is so decadent and weak, that its own people can’t even fulfill their own promises, protections, or loyalties at home, let alone overseas.

Of course Turkey isn’t technically Islamic… any more, nor was it a target in the US campaigns of the early 21st century, but then again, they are in a much better position than the Yazidi of Iraq and Syria.

Western decadence and weakness

August 28, 2015

This connects to the SF personnel ejected after he defended the rape victim(s) in Afghanistan. It also connects to PlannedProfit. The Left has many appendages and many operations, with sometimes conflicting goals. But all of them, can work together at a moment’s notice. Nothing should be surprising. Everything should be expected.

And they’re all guilty too, in the system. Don’t expect them to protect your life or your property. That’s not what their orders will be.

Courtesy of G6


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