Collapse: As in, wait for it.

So go read AP’s latest.

I hear many voices among the cacaphony of Occupy.  What I do not hear are the voices of those who put liberty above all else.  That is a shame, because, were I a betting’ man, I would wager that something is gonna come of this.  Maybe good, maybe bad.

I wish more people on the “FreeFor” side would really and seriously read Mein Kampf.  Scary and unrealistic/realistic Hitler analogies and demonizations aside, one can learn a lot about politics and group dynamics in a democracy from his book, life, and methods.  Hate him if you like, but he was a political genius.

Same with Che, Machiavelli, and Alinsky, to name a few more.

Not a lot of literature from the FreeFor (Team Freedom) perspective on resistance (short of war). So, we take what we can get.

This…

Stop whining about your lack of Constitutional rights and do something. Waiting on the end of the bloody world is only going to get you killed.

I have read Mein Kampf. AP is right about the political ability of history’s biggest villain. Knowledge is indeed power – even woefully politically incorrect knowledge. While you’re at it, get of copy of The Prince and read some of Mao’s stuff. Believe it or not, you will not, all of a sudden like, turn to the darkside for ingesting this stuff.

For all that is holy and sacred, reading this stuff is reading your enemy’s playbook! Take advantage of the fact that it’s out there and get inside their decision cycle!

After you finish this, go spend some quality time with Musashi, Sun Tzu, and especially, John Boyd.

Go forth and DO!

Rallying AP’s meme – #RESIST

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Collapse: Will it start in Asia?

Vox Day on the EU and the coming collapse:

I get the feeling that the politicians are desperately trying to play musical chairs, hoping that the collapse occurs on the other side of the Atlantic first. History being a perverse little bitch, this naturally tends to suggest that it is going to start in Asia.

Still no long distance travel for me until after Christmas, and then, maybe an extension of my paranoia. China is in huge financial trouble at the moment. That is a flaming nun filled school bus of death. Once they go, the idea of civil unrest will have the bar raised. China is a land being controlled today by the same Mandarins that have been in power for over a 1000 years, only now in a different form. That country is barely held together by a mix of radical prosperity and disparity of living standards, abject fear, and military might.

Interesting times indeed.