Sunday, December 21, 2014

Your Guns are Worthless Against the New Superweapons of the Globalists

darpa gun behind grass Yamamoto-Japanese-Admiral

D.C. Clothesline

Americans have an estimated 300 million privately owned hand guns and some people present this fact as the reason why no foreign power, or even our government, could ever subjugate the people. I am compelled to disagree with this notion. Once upon a time that may have been true as World War II era Japanese Admiral  Yamamoto refused to invade the United States following his attack upon Pearl Harbor because there would be “an American with a gun behind every blade of grass”. However, if our government everbecame abusive enough that the people felt the need to rebel, there is a new generation ofsuper weapons being developed and deployed as I write these words, which would doom any rebellion that did not have the full support of the military.

The new generation of super weapons has made America vulnerable to enemies, both foreign and domestic. As a result, the window to resist martial law occupation and even an invasion is virtually closed.
Recently, I made the point that Americans were being surveilled in “Police State” America with a new generation of spy devices that were totally unimaginable. Today, America is on the verge of being suppressed by an equally sophisticated generation ofweapons that the general public would only believe would exist in the science fiction dramas of the future. Only these weapons are right here and right now!


  1. The Yamamoto quote is, as are most gunloon quotes, bogus.

    1. As opposed to socialists quotes that are true like this:
      During a House committee meeting, Rep. Hank Johnson said he feared that stationing 8,000 Marines on Guam would cause the island to "become so overly populated that it will tip over and capsize."

      orlin sellers

  2. It amuses me when people think that the entire military would attack a population that they and their family's are members of. Sure there would be some that follow orders and others that refuse and who would be willing to fight for the people of this country with the weapons the Gov has trained them on. Living in a military town has give me the opportunity to speak to hundreds of current active duty and vets many are very disgruntled at the way the Gov has treated them,now I know those on the left will blame those on the right and vice versa for that and while that's also amusing most of the men and women who have been screwed by the Gov dont give a shit about your silly political parties.

    My belief and hope is that this will not happen,however those of you who think without question that it could not and that the military would be there to protect you during the chaos if it did are very naive because those super-weapons spoken of in this article and others can and would be reappropriated to a place where their use would better serve the cause of the American people. Sadly many would die needlessly.


    1. The naive one is you and all the other self-aggrandizing gun nuts who keep saying "My belief and hope is that this will not happen, however," as if it's a real possibility.

      The question that comes to my mind is what the hell are you waiting for.
      The government offenses have not been sufficient yet? The indefinite detention, the spying, the lying and manipulating, are not enough for you? Meanwhile, you're getting your meaningless small victories for gun rights while your real freedoms are disappearing. You guys are tough-talking fools.

    2. The government offenses have not been sufficient yet?

      Sufficient for the horrors of civil war, when peaceful avenues of resolution are not yet entirely closed? My answer is no--we haven't reached that point. With a bit of common sense and honesty, you'd see that.

    3. "The government offenses have not been sufficient yet? The indefinite detention, the spying, the lying and manipulating, are not enough for you?"

      So let me see if I understand Mike, you're unhappy that citizens are using the legislative and judicial process to right the wrongs they see? All while winning quite meaningful victories for gun rights. Can we say shall issue in Illinois?
      Lets not forget who's been doing the spying and manipulating for the last how many years? I'm sure Anon will be along presently after this comment is posted to yell its Bush's fault, but the current administration has done not a thing to right these wrongs, especially in light of the current administration's extensions of the Patriot Act.
      I seem to recall saying much the same thing as Anon in response to one of Laci's postings featuring the mil-porn that he finds so exciting. And back then I recall you calling my position reasonable.
      Currently, the process that has been in place for so long is working as intended.

    4. Mike the only ones on this blog who do any self aggrandizing are you and your "co-bloggers" you pompous buffoon.

      "The question that comes to my mind is what the hell are you waiting for." I am not waiting at all Mike. I am not one of the we need to fight the Gov with guns people that you are ASSuming I am . I do not believe it will ever happen nor am I preparing for it however that does not make it is an impossibility as you have suggested.


    5. "Mike, you're unhappy that citizens are using the legislative and judicial process to right the wrongs they see?"

      No, not at all. I'm unhappy about the gun-rights fanatics who continue to claim they're the ones preventing tyranny.

    6. Bold emphasis added:

      The indefinite detention, the spying . . .

      Wait a second--you're opposed to the Obama regime spying on the citizenry now?

      What has happened since June 13, 2013, to change your mind about this:

      I'm not convinced it's the big problem everyone is making it out to be. Before this they had databases of car owners. They had databases of telephone company customers. This is just an advancement of that type of information gathering.

      I agree it's open to abuse, but what isn't? With this information available, when someone IS suspected of being a terrorist or a sex-slavery operator, the authorities can quickly investigate.

      I don't see it as much more objectionable than any of the other police and government powers.

      Or, two days later, this:

      Greg said, "I want law enforcement to have to work hard. "

      You mean like they had to work so hard before 9/11? I know you're not a 9/11 Truther, so you'd rather another one of those happens, or one a hundred times worse, than to give up the privacy of whom you call on the phone?

      I want the government to know if that inconspicuous looking couple down the block is calling a cave in Afghanistan 25 times a month or if that Adam Lanza wannabe is trying to buy guns and ammo on the internet.

      Or, two more days later, this:

      Greg, it's quite possible that the government thugs you fear so much have already prevented a number of attacks much worse than 9/11.

      I seriously doubt you'll be living in a police state even with all the encroaching violations of your privacy.

      Your co-blogger apparently agrees with your earlier position, but seems not to be on board with your suddenly revised contention that the U.S. government has become oppressive:

      If the US were truly a tyranny, you would have quietly disappeared in the night never to be heard from again.

      Granted, as a general rule of thumb, I believe that Laci's disagreement is a pretty reliable indicator that one is on the right track, but I suspect you see things a bit differently.

    7. Do you really have a reason that they don't prevent tyranny? It seems to me that they do otherwise those tyrannical bastards in office would have gone full blown one person rule by now.

    8. You mean like they have in England and Australia? Full blown tyranny?


    9. Umm, YEP! Just like that!