Tuesday, February 16, 2010

THEY CAN KISS MY BUTT

Just read an article from a Brit newspaper about how mild we preppers really are. Just regular folks who are storing up some extra food in case there is a shortage in the near future. Well, the Brit newspaper can kiss me where the Sun don't shine, if the Sun was out that is. I am a snarling survivalist who is not one bit in need of an apologist from Britain. I could care less what the rest of the world, especially those English Weenies, think of my actions. We had to donate personal protection weapons and ammo to them so they could defend themselves when the Germans were looking like they were going to take the island back in 1940 or 1941 or thereabouts. And after the war was over they turned around and let their little pussy government take the guns away again! England just don't get it. And there is no prepping movement that I have heard of going on in Blighty Land. They will just have to become part of the GREAT GLOBAL DIE-OFF as far as I am concerned. And a lot of people around the globe will take part in this exercise. No food storage, no guns and ammo, inadequate medical facilities , and corrupt governments. Talk about a losing propositon! And I am not making this up. It is in every newspaper and TV program around the globe. Most media folks don't snitch out their own government but they are more than happy to snitch out someone elses. Read two or three and you will get a better picture of the world situation. The collapse is coming and damned quickly. Even some major Nu Yawk Sity newspaper like the Times or the Wall Street Journal is making noises about getting ready. And when those guys start talking about getting ready it is already past time to do it. But keep on prepping folks. Every little bit helps.



I gave Pale Rider the word on Leeners.com and I have not heard back from him. He is probably lost in space as to the possibilities. Not a bad place to be. Get your non-hybrid seed from Big John Lipscomb and your cheese and yogurt stuff from Leeners.com. How can you lose? Get your ammo where ever you can find it. I am afraid that most folks are buying huge amonts of ammo these days and the supply pretty much stays sold out. My son tried to buy me a 50 round box of 45 acp ammo the other day and neither Walmart or Gander Mountain had any in stock. He ended up having to buy at an Army Surplus store. But they all fall to hardball and I got the ammo. But this is part of our future success. Most slugs in the English speaking countries can't own a gun, either rifle or pistol or shotgun. England is banning short bladed pocker knives. They are even devising kitchen knives that have no point on them so you can't stab anybody. I suppose they will even ban flat files so you can't file them down to regular knife form. Insanity has overcome England. But they have not been able to overcome this household as yet. Praise God. Oops. I said praise God and that will get me branded a religious terrorist. You scripture readers had better keep it quiet or you wll get the religious terrorist brand burned into you! Not that many of you will give a damn. I know I don't.



My Google thing is not saving my blog post worth a tinkers dam this morning. I get cranky when I lose a post. Very cranky. Foam at the mouth and kick in the doors kind of cranky. But I always get over it.



I will just say, at this point, that the collapse seems to be coming very close to us at this time. And we will get to see the whole damn thing. The looters and the arsonists and the killers and the mad dog law enforcement and all those critters we have discussed in the past. Stay out of FEMA camps and have your stuff together. Stayt on your own property if at all possible. You might think about moving your garden spot this year so as to have it as close to your back door shooting spot as you can get it. Our garden is close to a mile away and I ain't liking that a damn bit. It's a nice spot and there is free water from God right there but it is hard to watch from a mile away. We shall see what appears on the horizon when it is time to till everything again.



Stay alive!



Michael



mboone@rtccom.net

9 comments:

Cliff said...

Just a little commentary from my part of Georgia (the state, not the country). We have, over the last 6 months or so, suffered mightily from severe flooding and just last week some major snow fall. In the case of the flooding it only took 2 days before the people who were cut off from the supply lines to start to loot food stores (even though most of the cans were under water) and the electronic stores (no power for those big screen TVs but you have to plan for the future). The snow event last week showed the store shelves being stripped with no resupply due to icy roads. It just goes to show that when something bad happens it's too late to stock up.
We were sitting fat, dumb and happy (or as happy as you can be with a flooded basement) because we had everything we need and no need to venture out.
I believe that when the serious SHTF comes that the die off will happen pretty quick as pitched gun battles for the last box of twinkes thins the herd.
Keep doing what you are doing!
Cliff

Cliff said...

Just a little commentary from my part of Georgia (the state, not the country). We have, over the last 6 months or so, suffered mightily from severe flooding and just last week some major snow fall. In the case of the flooding it only took 2 days before the people who were cut off from the supply lines to start to loot food stores (even though most of the cans were under water) and the electronic stores (no power for those big screen TVs but you have to plan for the future). The snow event last week showed the store shelves being stripped with no resupply due to icy roads. It just goes to show that when something bad happens it's too late to stock up.
We were sitting fat, dumb and happy (or as happy as you can be with a flooded basement) because we had everything we need and no need to venture out.
I believe that when the serious SHTF comes that the die off will happen pretty quick as pitched gun battles for the last box of twinkes thins the herd.
Keep doing what you are doing!
Cliff

Andrea said...

"as pitched gun battles for the last box of twinkies thins the herd." LMAO!!!!

So sad, but so true. Tell me how in modern America, there are families that only have 2 days of food in their cupboards? I grew up at poverty level, but we always had full cabinets, so don't play the poverty card with me. (Of course, my mom was/is a miracle worker and should be considered for sainthood.) I can understand running out of milk and eggs, but how can you not have basic stuff in your larder like flour, rice, beans, pasta, soups, canned veggies?

Regarding the English, they're a whole 'nother people, even if we do speak the same language. My impression has always been that the English see Americans as wild, unruly, uncivilized children, and prepping is just another means of rebeling against authority. They may be right. Of course I think that whole American Revolution thing is still a bit of a thorn in their sides. They don't care for rebellion one bit LOL.

Pete Smith said...

I say to hell with the Brit's, every time they get into trouble they call for us to help and I bet as soon as the collapse hits they will be on the line asking for aide from us. You reap what you sow.

Northwoods said...

"I will just say, at this point, that the collapse seems to be coming very close to us at this time."
I completely agree and to the brit's, we prepared can say "Cherrio"...

Scott said...

Britan, once a 2/3 world power reduced to what they really are, an island of problems that now has nothing better to do but complain, oh well let them complain if thats what they want it will do them no good. And yes I agree let them pull there own arse out of the fire next time.... Scott

Mayberry said...

When the .gov lets me have some of my money back here in a couple days, I'm going on a major food run. Gonna rotate out last year's stash, and replace the whole bit, and then some. And just a few more weeks 'till we fire up the tiller...

Cliff said...

Speaking of England..... I was stationed at RAF Chicksands from 1973 - 1976. We lived off base in a really tiny village. We initially weren't very welcome there as the people who rented the house before us were 4 single GIs that liked to party, but that's another story. One of the strangest things to me was when I would go to the local grocery and pick up some food. People would follow me around wanting to see what Americans ate. I ate what they ate since I was low rank and pretty poor. I did have a party and invited all the neighbors and cooked burgers and dogs and corn on the cob. They had never had corn before since it's something to feed the animals. They fell in love with Southern Comfort and coke and they just wouldn't believe that I didn't have a horse, live on a ranch in America and didn't carry a six gun at home. Granted this was a few years back but the whole idea of what America is came from the shows they watched on TV.
Cliff

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