The Unmasking by Bill Buppert


“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”

Buckminster Fuller

“Better to die fighting for freedom then be a prisoner all the days of your life.”

Bob Marley


Publisher’s Note: Think you have the stones to rebel, think again.

 But you better think hard.

“That said, some people may have more naturally non-conformist personalities than others, at least in periods of their lives. Whether such rebels are successful in breaking out, however, may partly depend on how convincingly they can justify to themselves, and defend to others, that we don’t want to conform.

If so, we would expect a tendency to adopt non-standard norms to be linked to verbal ability and perhaps general intelligence in individuals who actually rebel, which there’s some evidence to support.

How we react to unfairness may also affect our propensity to rebel. One study found that people who are risk averse and easily trust others are less likely to react strongly to unfairness. While not proven in the study, it may make such individuals more likely to conform.”

I happen to think that some Celtic people are naturally anti-authoritarian but then again look at the socialist disasters in both “free” Ireland (Eire) and the occupied north country. Even after 1922. Socialists are killing socialists to create a better socialism.

I’ll take Zomia any day.

On another note in these tumultuous times, the Viking culture has much to tell us. I recently finished Shippey’s terrific “Laughing Shall I Die: Lives and Deaths of the Great Vikings”  (læjandi skalk deyja).

It’s an uncut presentation of Viking behavior, straight up, no chaser. Where women appear not a single time in this book, however, is as warriors, because Viking women warriors are a total myth.

If you laughed as your enemies killed you, because you knew how they were going to die soon too and you’d get your vengeance, that was admirable. The goal wasn’t stoicism (which was often the goal of other martial societies, particularly the American Indians); it was getting one over on your enemies, and knowing it. Or if you bided your time as a defeated slave, forming a plan to kill and mutilate your enemies, then chuckled over their bodies, that was admirable too. (It is, as Shippey says, no coincidence that our word “gloat” comes from Old Norse.) Waiting to get back at your enemies so as to do it well is high-class behavior; it’s low-class thralls that lose their tempers and strike back hastily. And if you simply can’t get vengeance, you can make a dark joke, like the saga hero who, cut terribly across the face in hand-to-hand combat onboard a ship, grabs his gold, says “The Danish woman in Bornholm won’t think it so pleasant to kiss me now,” and jumps overboard to sink beneath the waves. Being humorously nasty is also admirable, like the man who, as he is about to be decapitated after a battle, asks for one of his enemies to hold his hair back so it doesn’t get bloody—then, as the axe falls, jerks backward so the helper’s hands are cut off, and dances around, laughing and shouting “Whose hands are in my hair?!”

Being comfortable with losing continued even after death. Those warriors chosen for Valhalla were not promised eternal life or eternal happiness; they were promised a good time until Ragnarok, the final battle, whereupon all of them, and all the gods, were to lose and die permanently. In the Viking ethos, this makes sense, because you can only show that you will never give in if you can be defeated. The goal isn’t to avoid defeat, certainly not by switching sides to gain advantage. It’s to show your worth, come what may. Many have pointed out that the gods in the Iliad are, in a sense, lesser than men because their immortality makes everything they do ultimately trivial. Not so for Vikings, or their gods.

Fighting was the number one Viking activity, of course.

In all the sagas, there is a definite exaltation of strongly masculine behavior, mostly fighting but wine and women as well. Vikings had a general love of constant violence, including games intended to create violent disputes among friends out of nothing. They also invariably reacted with a hair trigger to insults; and when they lost their lives, as they expected to someday, if not laughing ideally offered dying last words that were not self-pitying but were laconic, such as “bear to Silkisif and our sons my greeting; I won’t be coming.” Self-control was extremely important—showing any weak-seeming emotion or offering any reaction (other than violence or laughter) was looked down on, even if severely injured or having lost a child or wife. Vikings didn’t cry, ever. All this behavior was, collectively, drengskapr, basically a code of honor, the function of which Shippey analogizes to later European dueling, which served important functions tied to the core male need for validation and hierarchy. Its opposite, naturally, was dishonorable behavior, such as killing the defenseless, cowardice, or breaking an oath; such actions meant either a loss of face or expulsion from the community.

So consider even in defeat, you can win.

And my readers know how I feel about dueling….

A number of sources have tried to either document or track police killings of America to some effect but nobody like Brian Burghart at Fatal Encounters has documented it so thoroughly. Please give to his site. I have donated hundreds and have just donated another one hundred to his project.

So far his death toll clock for killings by police numbers at 28,200 corpses since 1 January 2000. Twenty eight thousand two hundred dead. Almost six times the war dead in the Middle East for the US.

You’ll find his page here.

I wanted to mention that Pete at Western Rifle Shooters Association has been nuked by the mandarins at WordPress. If one opposes communism, human slavery and infanticide, you are subject to censorship in twenty-first century Amerika.I moved my site a much more secure location with Jack. at HSW.

I have renewed my presence at Gab to honor Pete; find and follow me at @zerogov. -BB


“There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.”

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

“The end may justify the means as long as there is something that justifies the end.”

Leon Trotsky, Their Morals and Ours: The Class Foundations of Moral Practice

“It does not do to rely too much on silent majorities, Evey, for silence is a fragile thing, one loud noise, and its gone. But the people are so cowed and disorganised. A few might take the opportunity to protest, but it’ll just be a voice crying in the wilderness. Noise is relative to the silence preceding it. The more absolute the hush, the more shocking the thunderclap. Our masters have not heard the people’s voice for generations, Evey and it is much, much louder than they care to remember.”

Alan Moore & David Lloyd, V for Vendetta

Unless you were in hibernation, American policing suffered yet another bad public relations fiasco when one of its low IQ thugs murdered George Floyd in Minneapolistan; Floyd has history and difficulties but the typical brutish bully scrum so popular with American coproaches saw him asphyxiated by one of the badged heroes on the ground during an official kidnapping.

Anyone acquainted with this blog knows I have warned about the political enforcers and their misdeeds ever since I have been writing. I published “Just Say No to Cops” in 2009.

Absent cops, no politician can rob a single human of their liberty. Full stop. Until humankind owns that notion, every pursuit of liberty and freedom will be a forlorn hope. Now we’re even hearing the usual suspects in the deep state media talking about reducing or eliminating police departments (there are currently 19,000 of these Loyalist army units in America from the Federal to the local level). The Bluecoats today are the analog of the Redcoats riding roughshod over British colonials before the divorce proceeding from London started in earnest. The cops are the standing army the Anti-Federalists warned us about.

While I am encouraged by such sober thinking, the government supremacist on the left have failed to grasp that their fetid Sovietopian dreams need cops to be realized. No communist state can exist without two important ingredients: a robust police state and a very large segment of the subject population who are either unpaid or paid informants for the state. These two elements are intimately married to each other and no leviathan can exist absent these things.

The latter notion of an informant society is the glue that terraforms the building of homo Sovieticus. And make no mistake, the iron dream of every [national] socialist and communist is complete control of the physical and mental landscape of the serf populations.

If fear and obedience are the brick and mortar of the state, the informant and casual compliance with state codes may be the foundation of the steel house of the government plantation.

I have no need to choose between the dying liberal order and the Mango Emperor, as I have no need to choose between Lucifer and Baphomet. Both major parties in the US are mere complements of one another. One, the Democrats is nothing more than an asylum structure to house the Bolsheviks while the scolding and invertebrate Mensheviks of the Grand Old Politburo are embarrassed that the gibbering of the Democrats says out loud what they are thinking.

Both parties want nothing more than your chained obedience.

It’s supreme irony that the government supremacists in Antifa, BLM and their Democrat party sugar daddies are calling for defunding the police. The very entity that makes all government shitholes enforceable under their inhuman rule.

Tucker Carlson does a great job deconstructing the cargo cult that is communism.

Who knew that the post-apocalypse movies would be a glimpse into what we are now seeing in cities today.

I lecture on antifragility and the latest manufactured crisis have shown just how delicate and might I say, snowflake-like urban infrastructure is. Peter Grant over at BRM does a great overview.

The political violence you are seeing is nothing new in the last fifty years, for insight into the daily bombings and mayhem, one need look no further than the late sixties until 1984. I recommend Bryan Burrough’s book Days of Rage: America’s Radical Underground, the FBI and the Forgotten Era of Revolutionary Violence. Mind you, Borroughs is a fellow traveler with the government supremacists. Comrade Obama was an acolyte of the era.


“People have completely forgotten that in 1972 we had over nineteen hundred domestic bombings in the United States,” notes a retired FBI agent, Max Noel. “People don’t want to listen to that. They can’t believe it. One bombing now and everyone gets excited. In 1972? It was every day. Buildings getting bombed, policemen getting killed. It was commonplace.”

“…radical violence was so deeply woven into the fabric of 1970s America that many citizens, especially in New York and other hard-hit cities, accepted it as part of daily life. As one New Yorker sniffed to the New York Post after an FALN attack in 1977, “Oh, another bombing? Who is it this time?”  

“…as hard as it may be to comprehend today, there was a moment during the early 1970s when bombings were viewed by many Americans as a semi-legitimate means of protest. In the minds of others, they amounted to little more than a public nuisance.”

There’s an interview here with Burroughs by a bearded woman of both sexes from The Nation (the commie rag). Pack an air sickness bag for some of the commie apologetics by the host.

My point here is that domestic communist violence in America is nothing new.

In January, the political coup conducted by the deep state against the Mango Mussolini came to naught and then the usual suspects weaponized a novel new variant of the common flu or cold (both Corona subsets in viral taxonomy) to attempt to destroy the economy. I found it curious the most non-essential business of all, government, was deemed essential but when you control the levers of power the vanity project informs otherwise. You will also note that the approved “essential” workers throughout the economy were apparently and without evidence immune to exposure.

Curiouser and curiouser.

Hence the sudden trigger of yet another human being savaged by the government thugs becomes a cause celebre that literally enflames the nation.

Well, at least in urban areas.

Gold, guns and groceries remain a top priority for 2020 and 2021 should be even more sporty.

The real resistance is the refusal to acknowledge that communists are human beings. 

“William: “I’m sure we can all pull together, sir.”

Vetinari: “Oh, I do hope not. Pulling together is the aim of despotism and tyranny. Free men pull in all kinds of directions.”

― Terry Pratchett, The Truth


5 thoughts on “The Unmasking by Bill Buppert”

  1. Interesting, as usual. Bill, I’m amused by the zero cops. Let’s do it, let’s shit can em all.

    Only a matter of time before the free loving Muslim police,,start policing white guys,,,,,,,,hoods, and Mexican police, appointed by the socialist will police whoever they please. Neighborhood Watch will enjoy a entirely new definition, created for and by that neighborhood.

    Think about it 20 thousand neighborhoods will have 20 thousand different sets of rules. the best part. The shot callers in every neighborhood will eventually vote themselves a tax, to feed them, and have their own security.

    How do I know. History is chalked full of examples, in every country on this planet. It’s for the children after all.

    Bill, we have nobody to blame but ourselves, we let this happen. Would,term limits, gentleman legislators change things at this late day, no idea. I do know that the grand social experiment has always been a colossal failure.

    Or would wiping out the dem party solve the issues, no. Would wiping them all out do it, for a very short period it would, but people gotta people, the greed factor will never be bred out of us.

    And men will always prostitute themselves for the Kings gold, or silver. Or the warlords, food and housing., a few plastic trinkets.

    Laughing at death interesting notion. You see I don’t know if I’m that strong. I kinda think I’ll be focused on just how my beloved wife and children shall survive after my end.

    It’s not the dying that concerns me, it’s those that I have failed by dying, the ultimate failure. What happens to my life’s partner, the mother of my children. Who, fends for my children, and my grand children.

    You see I have much to live for. Much responsibility to survive at all costs. A lot of luck,involved on the battle field, weather it’s in a MOUT enviroment, or on a lonely mountain wayyyyyy down southern Oregon for me.

    Lastly, the word, at the end of your article, highlighted, without looking it up, would those be the mountain people of SE Asia, we know them a s yards?


  2. Bill, another good article. We are now in that twilight zone where left is right, up is down. We have had many discussions what a city with no government and no badged thugs around to force people to comply. So far we are just scratching the surface of what it may look like with these riots. We talked about protesters and someone stated in well, when you get paid for your actions one is no longer a protester but a mercenary, ergo, combatant with loss of protections from return violence. I accept we are in the 4th Turning of our last empiric phase, I just thought it would take a bit longer to traverse down this side of the slope to the end of this 80 year cycle. It seems I was wrong and our slide will be much quicker.

    Home burglaries in the suburbs are the next logical step for these rioters since those are where the “privileged” white folks reside. Current events have even inspired my wife, a decent shooter, to go from carrying her wheel gun in her purse to a Glock on her hip anytime we leave to go outside. The impact will be had when those in the suburbs start calling for the cleanup crew to remove the offal from their homes after they cool to room temperature. No need to rush since the cops have told us they are too busy to respond unless our lives are in danger. Ah, just use the personal solution to eliminate the danger to you home and family. Things will get spicier as these buffoons move out of the inner cities. Try to stay on target when they come to minimize the clean up to the property. I expect when it comes down to brass tacks we will have a target rich environment.

  3. HI Phillip. Well said. My concern is simply this.

    Only a fool underestimates his enemies. Current doc, clearly shows, ZERO, accountability. While we are seeing arrests with release almost immediately. Antifa, BLM appear to have almost unlimited resources. Think about this.

    These groups have attorneys stationed at the jails, to bail out, and defend, these misunderstood youth. Our media, the reporters have in fact become my enemy. No longer watch TV, ” well I’m watching Longmire series”.

    Look at big business, being strong armed into ” donating” money. Look at pro sports. What a bunch of loosers. We quit watching several years ago.

    My direction, my point is simply this. Someone’s, some groups are pumping literally billions into pushing this country into revolt. Our nation has always been an imperfect Republic, but it’s worked at the civic level, we once knew tolerance, we’re capable of sharing global, national views.

    Not anymore. Bill’s got a worthy paragraph attached to his correspondence, regarding warriors, warrior creed. True to the bone. Two in one hundred are true warriors. Those warriors with a dab of unconventional warfare training, are ALWAYS tough to neutralize. They’re unpredictable, they also exist not just on our side, but within those, organizations trying to tank this nation. Identifying them, their turf, will be critical.

    I’m fortunate, I live on a mountain, in Southern Oregon, not much radical activity. And a strong presence of very conservative ranchers and farmers who get it. I’m amused, I’m starting to see more and more rifles in easy rider rifle racks these days. I’m amused at the numbers of M1 Garands, in those racks. I dig it, personally.

    My wife as yours, has gone from a 38. Wheel gun and six speed loaders, to a Glock 43, with 7 mags, with extensions mounted, in the past sixty days.

    I’d love to hear you/her, share her rationale, I can get behind it regardless. Was it her choice, or did it require prodding? I had to convince my wife, after I had her demonstrate a speed loader reload with me screaming in her ear, and shooting right next to her. The outcome was tragic, as I expected. Yea, I cheated, but I have a working understanding of speed loader mechanics, under pressure. It’s a VERY perishable skill set.

    As a nation, we are in trouble, as an individual, or a family, we’ve planned for this for the past thirty years now. I can tell you post event how it went for us. The key is and always has been recognizing early when it may be go time.

    Lastly, I gotta say, media corps and their reporters are doing by far the most damage of all groups. Should things get frosty, they gotta go, Ric Tic, of course this is one man’s observation, we all see the worlds events differently. A good thing!

    Good day to you.


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