FREEDOM & LIBERTY is for EVERYONE!!!. . . . .

Folks from all over the world have accessed this site. The desire to be free of the shackles of fascism, socialism, communism and progressivism are universal. Folks just want to live their lives and be left alone... Dammit!

"People don't like to be meddled with. We tell them what to do, what to think. Don't run. Don't walk. We're in their homes, and in their heads, and we haven't the right. We're meddlesome." River Tam referring to the government.

Not Politically Correct. . .

"Be not intimidated...
nor suffer yourselves to be wheedled out of your liberties by any pretense of politeness, delicacy, or decency.
These, as they are often used, are but three different names for hypocrisy, chicanery and cowardice."
- John Adams

Abraham Lincoln

To quote Jack Donovan’s Violence is Golden: ‘Without action, words are just words. Without violence, laws are just words. Violence isn’t the only answer, but it is the final answer.’

In a world gone mad we are the villains. We wield the truth and the light. In the end we will only be answerable to ourselves and our God. If we win then we inherit the earth, if we lose we get to Heaven.

Thursday, July 31, 2014

How to make Thermite Grenades for Vehicle and Equipment Disabling

This from USCrow 

Thermite is a legal pyrotechnic grade composition of metal powder fuel and oxide. Thermite is not an explosive. Thermite creates a four thousand degree exothermic oxidation incendiary reaction.

Thermite is a chemical reaction between a metal & a metal oxide which can burn as  hot  as  2500°C  [4,532° Ferenheit] or  more! That’s REALLY HOT.

Thermite TH3 development is not for the faint of heart and should be made by those well versed in improvised munitions and incendiary devices.

“if you lit a pound of thermite on top of your car it would melt through your hood, through your engine, through your driveway, and make a hole in the ground. This reaction has a high ignition temperature, but once it’s ignited it supplies it’s own oxygen. Thermite is still used today for underwater welding.“

TH3 can be effectively used in most post-disaster situations that result in civil unrest and martial law.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Economic Collapse... Fact or Fiction...

Ol' Remus says:   The guilty are sneaking away unpunished, nobody's fixing anything

They say it's a gas leak looking for detonation. They say the event will arrive before the warning does.

There are usually no warnings that trouble is coming because everyone at the top of the financial food chain are highly incentivized to keep quiet about problems...

It'll be like being pushed out of a tree in the dark—pain and terror every inch of the way.

Another horrific stock market crash is coming, and the next bust will be “unlike any other” we have seen. We have never had this before. It’s going to be very painful for investors.
Jeremy Grantham, GMO, via

We have no right to be surprised by a severe and imminent stock market crash.
Mark Spitznagel via

The market isn't the economy, true enough, but a couple dozen trillion dollars isn't exactly budget-dust. The citizenry would see a yawning crater where their 401ks and IRAs used to be. They'd notice when their checking account is gone but their debt isn't, and when the ATM doesn't recognize their account number, or when their bank is an empty storefront and their car loan has been sold to Vinnie, or when their insurance company doesn't answer the phone. As always, people don't go nuclear until reality invites itself into their living room and defecates on the carpet. That's when things get interesting—when people notice, when they have to face what was formerly unthinkable and their only fallback is what good people they are.

Some would have us believe things are turning around—the market's up and the trend is your friend. Trend? Trend?! The market made gains after the Crash of 1929 too, genuine record recoveries. "Prosperity is just around the corner" referred to those 1930-1931 upticks, not to the unstoppable plunge that followed.

We’re just dancing on the front end of real economic collapse.
George Ure at

What to do. The demand for collateral will be ferocious when the debacle starts. Treat debt like any other roadside bomb. Staying current isn't enough. Any collaterized debt is too much debt.

It'll take weeks, not months to come apart. Maybe days.

Get as independent as you can while you can. There are parts of this game where the only winning move is to not play. Doesn't mean you have to go all Rambo and head off to some mountain valley, although that's one way. But it does mean putting stuff by so you can get by.

"Stuff" Any good Prepper/Survival list should do.

Knowing isn't doing, doing is doing.

You know most people won't get serious until after it was absolutely necessary. Too late. They'll fail, mostly. Worse, they'll needlessly fail at the easy part of the learning curve. Prepared is prepared, you are or you aren't. Do what you can. And as always, stay away from crowds.

Call it what you will—taxes, penalties, fees, fines, regulations, tariffs, tickets, permits, surcharges, tolls, asset forfeitures, foreclosures, etc.—but the only word that truly describes the constant bilking of the American taxpayer by the government and its corporate partners is theft.

As was noted recently in an academic paper published by Princeton and Northwestern, these United States have mutated into nothing short of an oligarchy. In fact, the study demonstrated that the will of the people has essentially zero impact on legislation whatsoever, says Michael Krieger in this article, The Ambitious Plan to Break California into 6 States – A Model for the Future?, at Liberty Blitzkrieg.

More from Ol' Remus here.


This is not good,  not good at all...   Act accordingly...

This from over at WRSA...
From a reader, about 7 hours ago:
Dear CA,
    I hope you are having a good trip! Here is a summary of current activity/news:
UK .gov is going public with the threat and held high level mtgs

    This morning brought a report of a person in Hong Kong being
treated for Ebola symptoms:
and a report that two persons were tested in UK for possible Ebola:
Christian based medical are going to pull out which will leave no
one but the gov there which will (is) rapidly lose control of

    CDC revised its guidance for in flight care and potential exposures:
Minnesota Pat Sawyer, of Liberia who was planning to visit his
daughter back home in Coon Rapids, MN traveled puking and coughing
on a plane with a bunch of folks then got off the plane and
collapsed. Here is a little breakdown on contacts after the flight
(no mention made of the plane load of people he flew with:
“The persons include 44 contacts at the hospital he was taken to,
38 of which were health workers and six laboratory staff; 15
contacts at the airport, comprising three Ecowas officials – a
driver, a liaison officer and a protocol officer. Others include
two nursing staff, five airport handlers and the Nigerian
ambassador to Liberia.”
See more at:

    On the ground at the West African epicenter’s things are spiraling
rapidly (see below). Liberia is a hell hole on a good day:
Dead Bodies: Health Ministry Failing to Pick up Abandoned Bodies – Liberia
Monrovia – Following the government of Liberia’s declaration of a
national health emergency in the face of the deadly Ebola outbreak
that has killed close to 130 Liberians and an entire government
ministry at risk because of an employee that died of the deadly
disease in Nigeria, there have been reports of dead bodies lying
around with no effort by the ministry of health to remove them.
Over the lake that divides the police academy road from the rest of
the SKD Boulevard community two objects in the shape of body bags
white in color were afloat. Residents and motorists were concerned
about the floating object, but all efforts made to contact the
health ministry to confirm what the object actually is proved
futile as no health response team showed up to remove the object
that looked like the body bag in which Ebola victims are buried.
In Harbel, Margibi County it was reported that three persons had
died in a house, but the corpses were still in the house three days
after. The Gardnersville community was a scene of chaos and
confusion as youth blocked the main highway because a corpse had
been abandoned for five days and had started to decay.
    The government had reported that burial teams were facing
challenges in burying people who die from the deadly virus as many
communities are concerned about people who die from the virus being
buried in their areas.
    Now that people are reporting that dead bodies are lying around, it
is a huge concern that the ministry is not doing anything to remove
these bodies. When FrontPageAfrica contacted Deputy Health Minister
Dr. Bernice Dahn on Tuesday, she said she could not talk because
she was busy collecting bodies and trying to place sick people on
    Loosing Ebola Fight
It seems at the high level the government is losing its wits on how
to deal with the deadly virus that has claimed 129 lives including
that of a government official. Sources say it is obvious that the
Government is playing catch-up with measures to curb the deadly
virus in a meeting held recently.
    According to sources, Deputy Minister of Health Dr. Bernice Dahn at
the meeting said the Ebola treatment center in ELWA hospital in
Monrovia is overcrowded as there are 25 Ebola patients at the
center, which is created for 18 persons and it included the two
American doctors. The center is the only Ebola treatment facility
in the center in Monrovia and the community is resisting the
expansion of the unit.
    Dr. Dahn said the Health Ministry called the Defense Ministry
asking for support, but they did not come. Local staff of the
ministry is afraid because the two expats got sick, they may get
the virus. For that reason, some did not come to work on Tuesday.
She told the meeting that the government needs to recruit staff to
train in order to send back to JFK hospital.
    She said in Lofa County, the staff from the Foya Ebola Treatment
center was attacked and their vehicle destroyed by community
members when they went to pick up an Ebola patient adding that this
has led expat staff to feeling unsecured. Dr. Dahn also said the
Samaritans Purse has pulled out of the Foya site and that in
Montserrado County, “the work is becoming overwhelming.” Bomi
County is said to also be experiencing a serious outbreak.
The deputy health minister is also said to have informed the
meeting that more facilities are needed and that health workers who
have gotten the disease are getting it in hospitals, not the
treatment centers.
    Turning patients away
Kendall Kauffeldt of Samaritan’s who’s been in Liberia for 10 years
and considers it home, said after the second wave of Ebola hit
them, they quickly realized there are limited resources to
adequately contain this disease. He said, though they have been
trained by MSF to handle Ebola it’s a “heavy load on their
shoulders and at this point” and this crisis is “beyond a disaster
in my opinion.” and that we are still “dealing with the tip of the
iceburg at this point.” He said there needs to be a strong
international plea for help as their centers in Foya and Monrovia
are both full.
    Kauffeldt disclosed that ELWA which was made for 18 now has 25 and
they are now turning patients away today because there’s no room in
the center. He said in Foya they receive daily threats and expats
have been held hostage, and their vehicles destroyed. Insecurity
makes it almost impossible, as does a lack of resources and
international support, and not enough trained staff to help tackle
the disease at the treatment centers.
    “We can no longer safely operate,” the centers, and at this point
they are putting their staff at great risk,” he said in the
meeting. He said some healthcare workers are not showing up to work
because they are scared, adding, “our involvement is costing our
    He said they can no longer participate in the Case Management
Centers (CMC’s) and said: “we truly wish we could.” Medecins Sans
Frontiers Country Director Lindis Hurum said that MSF would not
leave Liberia adding that she told the government 5 weeks ago that
Liberia needed immediate attention. “We are not without limits.”
She said only Samaritans Purse helped when they asked the
international community for help. Hurum said MSF does not have
enough doctors, nurses or sanitation specialists. “Without that it
is unsafe to run a treatment center,” she said.
    “It’s almost unthinkable that we can say we can’t do anything in
Liberia… I don’t know how we can help you…this is beyond MSF,
it’s an international issue. We can’t treat them, in a few weeks
“those 50 could be 300.”
    Government officials are panicking
Liberian government officials are panicking after the death of
Sawyer and the measures taken by the ministry of Finance to
lockdown the ministry in an effort to counter imminent danger the
presence of the late Sawyer may have caused during his last days
there. General Services Agency Director-General Mary Broh announced
the closure of the General Services Agency. She told Hott FM on
Monday that she took the decision to enable her staffers remain
home until the outbreak of the virus subsides. A visit at the GSA
noticed a depleted entity with only security officers assigned at
the main entrance.
    Also at the National Oil Company of Liberia, it was reported that
entity also temporarily shut down, but Cyrus Badio, Vice President
for Public Relations could not be reached for comment as his phone
rang endlessly. At nearly all government ministries and agencies,
buckets are situated in front of entrances and visitors are
compelled by security guards to wash their hands before entry.
Partial border closure
    On Sunday the Liberian government announced a series of measures
meant to tackle the outbreak that has resulted in the death of 127
Liberians. The President ordered that all borders of Liberia would
be closed with the exception of the major entry points, including
the Roberts International Airport, James Spriggs Payne Airport,
Foya Crossing, Bo Waterside Crossing, Ganta Crossing.
“At these entry points, preventive and testing centers will be
established, and stringent preventive measures to be announced will
be scrupulously adhered to,” says President Johnson Sirleaf.
“A new travel policy by the Liberia Airport Authority covering
inspection and testing of all outgoing and incoming passengers will
be strictly observed; restrictions on public gatherings such as
solidarity marches, demonstrations, promotional advertisement are
to be restricted; Hotels, restaurants, entertainment centers and
video clubs are to play five-minute film on Ebola awareness and
    The President stated that Government vehicles will be commandeered,
as appropriate, to provide needed logistics support to the health
delivery system and all Government facilities and public places are
to install and provide public access for washing of hands and other
sanitization services. Standing Orders have also been given to the
Security Forces, including the Armed Forces of Liberia, to give
support to the Technical Team and the Task Force in enforcing these
regulations according to the President.
    US Embassy meets Citizens
The United States Embassy in Monrovia held a meeting with US
citizens on Tuesday and told them that the disease has not reached
the kind of critical level that would require an evacuation. US
citizens who attended the meeting confided in FPA after the
gathering stating that they were angry because of the way the
Embassy is handling their concerns on the disease and a possible
exit strategy.
They are “monitoring” 20 or so people that flew with Sawyer, 53 are
“not being monitored” because they bolted when they realized what
would happen (quarantine).