The State: Informant Nation by Bill Buppert

 

 

Publisher’s Note: In southern California for the weekend, it truly is like being in East Berlin in 1985 if that benighted city were in a desert. Everything is subject to regulation, I discovered that the enviruses are eliminating the private septic systems (the environment!) and forcing all Yucca Valley residents to hook up to the centrally planned sewer system at a forced cost of $20,000 per household with the state kindly adding the amount to their property with a one percent vig. I am certain if one were to examine the audit trail on this nonsense, you would find a convenient junction of private interests leveraging the gun of the state; much like the requirement in AZ for rabies vaccines for all pets unfortunate enough to have owners who license them to provide a nice guaranteed income for AZ veterinarians.

Wild animals accounted for 91 percent of reported cases of rabies in 2017. The lack of cooperation of wildlife to get their vaccinations leaves scientists baffled.

The rabies scam is even affecting the Brexiteers as the apparatchiks in Brussels put the screws to the runaway slaves.

Once we crossed the state line from free AZ (relatively), fuel prices increased a solid dollar per gallon in the benighted California landscape.

Not to be outdone, the feds:

While spending a record $4,155,323,000,000, the Feral government ran a deficit of $1,067,156,000,000.” Total federal tax theft in the first eleven months of fiscal 2019 equaled $3,088,167,000,00.”

Keep in mind that Comrade-Governor Gavin in Calidishu has proposed a record 213 billion dollar budget to fund the Soviet experiment on the west coast. Six percent minus of the total budget approved by the Mango Emperor.

They tax and regulate EVERYTHING in Cali…

“When California rolled out its marijuana tax plan, I, and pretty much everyone else who follows the industry from a business perspective, cringed. Aside from state and local taxation that would apply to any retail sale, California also tacked on a 15% excise tax to recreational weed sales, along with a cultivation tax on growers. This tax worked out to either $9.25 per ounce of cannabis flower, or $2.75 per ounce of cannabis leaves. All told, consumers in some counties could be paying as much as 45% in aggregate tax on legal weed.”

 Of course they did.

Astonishing.

A stack of one-dollar bills equivalent to this current revenue theft is 281,983 miles, the rough equivalent of the distance between the Earth and the moon.

That 22 trillion-dollar stack of one debt-buck bills is equivalent to 1,493,052 miles.

No social shifts have caused greater quakes than collectivist women’s causes in concert with the franchise at the federal level enabling the mass transfer of wealth from other people’s wallets and the curious notion of indenturing the unborn through debt without their permission. The notion of collectivism is built on the perversion that humans are nothing but economic engines and beasts of burden to fashion the vision of violence brokers. Taxpayers are the modern equivalent of Hebrew slaves building the pyramids for the Egyptian political class.

We know why:

“However good their intentions are, progressives cannot be trusted with unchecked power, for the simple reason that no human beings can be trusted with unchecked power. It is precisely because their behavior is so well explained by power maximization that we should do everything we can to keep them from it.”

The CPUSA house organ, the New York Times, discovered some unwelcome revelations for their narrative:

“Again, analysis regarding the AR-15 the so-called weapon of choice of mass shooters produces less-than-impressive numbers. Between 2007 and 2018, 173 people were killed by mass shooters using an AR-15, according to a New York Times analysis roughly, 15 per year. (For perspective, 13 people die per year from vending machines falling on them.) The fearmongering regarding this weapon becomes even more apparent when one considers the estimated 8 million AR-15s currently in circulation the vast majority of which will never be involved in a crime.”

Free your mind and prepare for the worst. -BB

  

“1 – Eleven teens die each day because of texting while driving. Maybe it’s time to raise the age of Smart Phone ownership to 21.

2 – If gun control laws actually worked, Chicago would be Mayberry, USA.

3 – The Second Amendment makes more women equal than the entire feminist movement.

4 – Legal gun owners have 300 million guns and probably a trillion rounds of ammo. Seriously, folks, if we were the problem, you’d know it.

5 – When JFK was killed, nobody blamed the rifle

6 – The NRA murders 0 people and receives $0 in government funds. Planned Parenthood kills 350,000 babies every year and receives $500,000,000 in tax dollars annually.

7 – I have no problem with vigorous background checks when it comes to firearms. While we’re at it, let’s do the same when it comes to immigration, Voter I.D and candidates running for office.

8 – You don’t need a smoke detector; that’s what the fire department is for. Now… if you think that sounds stupid, you know how I feel when you say I don’t need a gun.

9 – Folks keep talking about another Civil War. One side knows how to shoot and probably has a trillion rounds. The other side has safe spaces, crying closets and is confused about which bathroom to use. Now tell me, how do you think that’s going to end?”

Zarathrusta

“You can get much further with a kind word and a gun then you can with a kind word alone”

– Al Capone

“Kill the stoolie!” That was it, the vital link! A knife in the heart of the stoolie! Make knives and cut the stoolie’s throats — that was it!

Now as I write this chapter, rows of humane books frown down at me from the walls, the tarnished gilt on their well-worn spines glinting reproachfully like stars through the cloud. Nothing in the world should be sought through violence! By taking up the sword, the knife, the rifle, we quickly put ourselves on the level of tormentors and persecutors. And there will be no end to it. …

There will be no end. … Here, at my desk, in a warm place, I agree completely.

If you ever get twenty-five years for nothing, if you find yourself wearing four number patches on your clothes, holding your hands permanently behind your back, submitting to searches morning and evening, working until you are utterly exhausted, dragged into the cooler whenever someone denounces you, trodden deeper and deeper into the ground — from the hole you’re in, the fine words of the great humanists will sound like the chatter of the well-fed and free.

There will be no end of it! … But will there be a beginning? Will there be a ray of hope in our lives or not?

The oppressed at least concluded that evil cannot be cast out by good.”

– Alexandr Solzhenitsyn

“Freedom demands the destruction of the security and surveillance organs and the disempowering of the millions of informants who work for the state. This is not a call to murder our own stoolies — although some of the 2.3 million prisoners in cages in America’s own gulags would perhaps rightly accuse me of writing this from a position of privilege and comfort and not understanding the brutal dynamics of oppression – but instead to accept that unless these informants on the streets, in the prisons and manning our massive, government data-collection centers are disarmed we will never achieve liberty. I do not have quick and simple suggestions for how this is to be accomplished. But I know it must.”

Chris Hedges

Comrade Beta just declared that he is coming for your private property. How does the commie intend to confiscate unregistered AR15s in the states where they don’t require telling the government the disposition of your private property? Confiscation requires registration, grok it.

A note on Beto: he is the perfect Democratic candidate; completely deballed and eminently feminine in his entire philosophy of government supremacism, emotionally driven and so intellectually shallow you get the impression he may not know fourth grade math  nor know how to start a lawn mower and actually use it.

I am quite happy to see this degree of candor. Miss Beta Francis may have destroyed any chance of a firearms registry ever succeeding on American soil. The smart and resistant will not comply with such a tyrannical edict.

A friend of mine has a T-shirt with a big picture of an AR-15 and the statement, “If you come for mine, you’d better bring yours.”

Indeed…Red Flag laws are a breach of some of the most fundamental liberties and a priori rights, one would think the hasty adoption of them would cause some pause.

The astonishing feature of the red flag “laws” may be the eerily close approximation to the mass political writ that informed the British military seizure of British private property in the month of April in 1775, the government hoplophobes today are simply individualizing the mass confiscation of private weapons that characterized the “shot heard ‘round the world” in the eighteenth century.

Will this result in the deaths of citizens? It already has in Maryland.

Will this trigger a redux of the unpleasantness in the founding era. No one knows but the possibilities certainly exist.

If the government were truly concerned about gun violence, an absurd phraseology that assumes inanimate objects can make humans do bad things, it may disarm its pet coproaches who consistently kill approximately 1500 people a year even though I think that number is lower than actual due to mis-, under- and non-reporting of police mayhem. And the true statistical unicorn is an honest number of inmates killed by guards through intent or neglect in the massive incarceration complex in the US. It may very well double the number of government induced deaths chalked up to the government coproach culture.

One interesting wrinkle to the whole red flag law kerfuffle is that during the House Judiciary Committee’s debate, Colorado Republican-creature Ken Buck suggested red flagging people found in gang data bases. The CPUSA objected, claiming that innocent people are found on those databases. Isn’t that rich?

The MOVE, Waco and Ruby Ridge slaughters were primitive antecedents to the “logic” of red flag laws visited on entire groups of humans predicated on flimsy pre-crime predictions of what could happen. The notion of red flags isn’t new. The legislation simply codifies more directly the historical government fear of armed tax helots. Keep in mind that not one initiative in any chamber of political remoras has suggested disarming the government. You will note that the oversized badged Orcs who come to seize weapons always bring their own firearms, ironically paid for by the very victim from whom they are seizing weapons.

Plenty of scribblers have examined the various aspects and I just want to briefly touch on one aspect that is not getting the attention it deserves. Snitches and informant culture is the foundation of state police behavior in America and the west. It is also the foundational element, the brick and mortar and the very sinews of ALL communist and socialist countries. I’ve written on the informant culture before.

The old Soviet informant culture is even making a comeback in modern Russia.

Even the Mango Mussolini veered into the truth.

The FBI is based on the snitch culture.

Anthony Daniels [Theodore Dalrymple], the pithy and wise observer of all things communist stated in “The Wilder Shores Of Marx: Journeys In A Vanishing World”:

“…within an established totalitarian regime the purpose of propaganda is not to persuade, much less to inform, but rather to humiliate. From this point of view, propaganda should not approximate to the truth as closely as possible: on the contrary, it should do as much violence to it as possible. For by endlessly asserting what is patently untrue, by making such untruth ubiquitous and unavoidable, and finally by insisting that everyone publicly acquiesce in it, the regime displays its power and reduces individuals to nullities.”

“Apart from the massacres, deaths and famines for which communism was responsible, the worst thing about the system was the official lying: that is to say the lying in which everyone was forced to take part, by repetition, assent or failure to contradict. I came to the conclusion that the purpose of propaganda in communist countries was not to persuade, much less to inform, but to humiliate and emasculate.”

“If you are held responsible for what I do and I held responsible for what you do, does that make us not friends but mutual spies? Normal human bounds are dissolved by collective responsibility, to be repealed by distrust, fear, dissembling and withdrawal”

“It is countries with no dissent, which live in the quiet of the grave, that are vulnerable and fragile.”

Snitch culture is the foundation of all manner of statist regimes from the doddering tyrannical nitwits in homeowners’ association to the thousands of government hot-lines that essentially boil down to “turn in your friends and family for fun and profit”. Absent the informant culture, how would the war on drugs be conducted? How would most American coproaching occur without the substantiated or fictional notions that haunt all plea bargain negotiations and the sadistic insistence on turning others to rat or corroborate police state fabrications.

Joel Miller observes:

“With its brutal excesses and reliance on snitches and finks as informants, I don’t think it’s far off-kilter to describe the modern-day drug war as oddly similar to the Salem witch trials.”

The Russian “thief-in-law” or vory subculture may have some lessons for those resisting the snitch culture. The “understandings” or Ponyatiya are rather revealing.

One positive aspect of this entire ordeal for gun owners, the new Negro, in America is an improved understanding of the police culture in the US.

Absent snitches, red flag laws against gun owners can’t work.

Steel your heart.

 

Bill Buppert
thirdgun@hotmail.com
19 Comments
  • Montana Guy
    Posted at 05:46h, 16 September Reply

    My first question for chest-thumping and bumping ‘patriots’ is, ‘Do you homeschool your children or send them to government indoctrination camps?’ And inevitably they parrot the same bullshit response, ‘But our government school is a good one’. Yea, different cafeteria, same poisoned food. Their children and grandchildren are part of the army of 3.3 Million Bolsheviks cranked out every year.

    “Give us the child for 8 years and it will be a Bolshevik forever.” – Vladimir Lenin

    • JnotJ
      Posted at 13:08h, 18 September Reply

      Thank you for this comment. I think even those on par with Buppert’s opinions may forget this from time to time. homeschooling is not easy by any means, but millions of families do it, and they certainly are not the “loud minority” that is setting America back into the 20th century. I don’t plan to be apart of the group of people taking the easy way of “work work work, let someone else raise my kids and we all take vacation when my overlords afford me the time to take a break from slave labor.” and then constantly complaining about the hard aspects of life. Government schooling and taxes interfere tremendously with a real family structure and life. let’s not forget that.

      Avoiding government indoctrination from public schools is my biggest reason for homeschooling. as much as some people give another excuse for homeschooling (bullying, not meeting their child’s needs, special needs, etc) this excuse shouldn’t be omitted when you publicly share your want to homeschool. Espcially to friends and family. I wish homeschoolers and parents were more vocal about this.

      • Bill
        Posted at 16:49h, 18 September Reply

        We home educated all of our children and it was an invaluable antivenin to statist noise. My three boys are especially resistant to all the government supremacism.

        • JnotJ
          Posted at 13:40h, 21 September Reply

          that would be my desired outcome. I don’t want my child to learn too late in life all that she could have avoided if she happened to start off her formative years by attending government indoctrination class for over 12 years.

      • Montana Guy
        Posted at 09:29h, 20 September Reply

        JNOTJ, stay the course with your plans to homeschool. You will never regret it.

        I think homeschooling parents tend to keep a low profile for several reasons. By definition they have dependent children so both parents must stay below the radar of the Police State. One can’t homeschool from prison. Many of them live in states where homeschoolers are practically treated like criminals or at least looked upon with suspicion by authorities. Lastly, they are 1-income families. The price of any justice is way beyond their means.

        • JnotJ
          Posted at 13:43h, 21 September Reply

          Thank you. Homeschooling isn’t the easiest in Florida, but there certainly is a wonderful community throughout the state. I hope to join a 4-H program in the coming years. My companion and I have been searching for a prospective homestead and humble abode to call home in a more rural area than we live now. I believe my daughter will benefit greatly from country living and learn some wonderful skills. Looking forward to the years to come as a homeschooling family.

  • Joe in Missouri
    Posted at 06:49h, 16 September Reply

    Thanks for what you do, Bill. Last week I had a formation of 3 green electronic warfare helicopters fly over my property at treetop level. I assume to intimidate me. It has done just the opposite. I am just grateful that I am not messed with (yet) to the degree that people like yourself that are better known are messed with. My only question about this incident is whether or not these were US aircraft. Since Katrina I have not seen any country designations on any of the military equipment that I see in this country. My guess is that they are using Russians and training them for their future United Nations Missions.

  • Henry Bowman
    Posted at 21:09h, 16 September Reply

    “5 – When JFK was killed, nobody blamed the rifle”

    They sure as hell bitched and moaned that it was available mail-order… and closed that “loophole” quickly.

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  • anonymous
    Posted at 03:34h, 18 September Reply

    The only reason for any registry is to know where to go when its time to confiscate the item. Registries have no use in discovering the identityi of a perpetrator of crimes ( a mass shooting with an AR-15 was just done – how many do we have on the list – 120 million you say ? Lets to go each location and find out if they were there at the time …).

    Registries are only used for future confiscation. What is voluntary now will become mandatory.

    • bogbeagle
      Posted at 05:06h, 18 September Reply

      Registration is a useful tool, but by no means essential.

      Make a ‘LAW’ … let’s say, “Anyone found with a firearm will be imprisoned for 10 years.”

      Now, what do you do?

      You can’t be seen with a gun … someone will dob you in to the cops So, that means, you have to live a secret life. No-one must know, since everyone is a potential snitch. Friends, family, neighbors. And, if your neighbors already know that you have guns; well, it’s Game Over, for you.

      But, you’re smart and manage to conceal some weapons. Tell me, of what use are these guns? You’re disarmed as effectively, by hiding them, as you are by handing them in.

      So, in a very real sense, there already exists a complete Registry of firearms’ owners. That Registry is not in the form of paper files, or computer entries … it’s in the form of ‘every person that you know, and every person that sees you going about your business’. At the moment, this Human Registry is poorly-collated, but it won’t take long for all the bits of information to be collected and ordered.

      I’m from England. I’ve seen how it works. And, this isn’t the whole of it, by any means.

      There is, and always has been, only two options. Fight, or Submit. Everything else is no more than incremental capitulation.

      • JnotJ
        Posted at 13:17h, 18 September Reply

        I went to public gun range recently with my AR pistol. a man a couple of lanes down asked me about it, first complimenting it and then went on t say “i’m not law enforcement, but..” about how i would get a felony for it. It’s hard to deal with idiots, but the sad truth is that even complete strangers would snitch on you. Nothing about my firearm was illegal in my state. it’s amazing how much people don’t mind their own business and love to judge in hopes of their own benefit albeit a bribe or getting you put in jail…. and for what? I certainly won’t be taking it out much any longer with any sort of audience.

  • bogbeagle
    Posted at 04:54h, 18 September Reply

    If you can think of a solution that doesn’t involve killing, let’s hear it.

    • Jeremiah
      Posted at 06:21h, 18 September Reply

      Teach your children.

    • Snotty Boy
      Posted at 15:51h, 18 September Reply

      Sadly, the only solution involves killing.

      Them killing us and us killing them.

      That is what happens when dealing with Communists.

      Best accept it now so it will be easier when it happens.

    • Montana Guy
      Posted at 10:01h, 20 September Reply

      Last month Bill mentioned the success Gandhi had in making British rule irrelevant. One of Gandhi’s tactic was the Salt March. A Firearms March could be effective. Gandhi never consented to being governed and neither did we.

      No one can guarantee non-violence. But I believe there is a huge distinction between having to kill in self-defense and murdering,

  • Dirk Williams
    Posted at 19:23h, 18 September Reply

    Bill you’re more right then most. This I know, EVERYBODY talks, it’s that simple. I was in the business for 25 years. It’s a simple matter of identifying what’s important to them, then denying them access to.

    It’s a shitty game,sadly I mastered it. We are a nation of weak people.

    So if I’m going down for possessing a firearm, I might as well be going down for 50 or a 100 firearms.

    I checked this morning, in the State of New Jersy, exactly ZERO citizens have turned in their high capacity mags!.

    Exactly how it should be.

    Dirk

  • A Nullity
    Posted at 09:48h, 21 September Reply

    We made the decision to home school our son and daughter after two years of public warehousing, not at first with thoughts of inuring them against statist indoctrination but because we knew we could do better than the apparatchiks that were mostly concerned with getting offspring of third worlders to learn the basic tenets of English and civilized behavior. The benefits of forging free thinking human beings would come later after the scales from our own eyes were shed. It was a struggle, financially, socially and emotionally but we never regretted it. The kids grew up and eventually wanted to finish as public High school students which they did, by that time immune from the engineering of the communists standing before the class. Those years weren’t easy, but nothing worth doing should be easy and divorcing yourself and your progeny from the web of the State has a worth immeasurable.

    Tobias

  • Donk
    Posted at 18:28h, 30 September Reply

    Two things:

    1) Both my kids went public school. Oldest excelled and went on to college where she was further indoctrinated. She is experiencing severe Cognitive Dissonance as a public school teacher in a poor district. She is a skills teacher and is doing right by the students and getting a daily dose of reality and with my guidance, will eventually come back around. My other barely finished HS (never went) but is quite bright and perceptive on a genius level. In the trades and earns as much/more as sibling. Hindsight, yes, I would have homeschooled but raised them right which is a foundation not easily shaken.

    2) I have a snitch in my immediate AO (less than 10 yards, APT dweller). I believe it is the woman sporting a bumper sticker of the local chapter of the Liberal ReSISTERHOOD. I have a subscription to Culper’s FO Intelligence site but am not dox savvy. Trying to determine this woman’s name so I can research/infiltrate her org as well as other local fellow travelers. Suggestions?

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