Wednesday, September 30, 2015

The Last Post?

Yeah, maybe for awhile.

Like many of my compatriots, I have come to understand that there is no political or social solution for the problems that face our nation.  We are caught in a hurricane-force gale of lies and tyranny, and being sucked into a maelstrom of slow-motion economic collapse, while normalcy bias whispers from every quarter, "Peace, all is well!"

But it is not well.

There is nothing any one person or even medium-sized groups can do to stop it now.  Events are in motion.  The fascists have the money and the power.   Regardless of whether they originated from the elites like Soros and Obama or the EBT-swiping gang-bangers in Ferguson or Atlanta, these actions have natural consequences that can not be escaped from.  We have passed all the exits.

People are going to die.

America has asked for this.  This country deserves every stroke of God's wrath for its many sins, too numerous to list here, but enough to make Sodom and Gomorrah blush.  Even the original Sodomites didn't sell dismembered children, and crunch their fancy zero-nutrition salads while boasting about their butchery.

All I and my family can do now is try to weather the storm the best we can.

The time for preparedness is over; the crisis is come.  Even if there was time left to prepare, I'd almost have to start over.  My personal preparations have been almost all drained by a series of unfortunate events, including a home in another state I cannot sell now, nor perhaps ever.  Making wiser decisions in times past may have had me in a better position, but the government takes more than 40% of anything I earn anyway, so thinking wiser decisions back then would have saved us is probably an illusion, too.

I seem to have a lot of them.  Illusions, I mean.  They are going to be painful to be disabused of.

Farewell and Godspeed.  I hope your family makes it through.   You may hear from me again, or you may not.

I pray to God for all who call upon His Name.


  1. I hope you'll be back, but if you are not, Godspeed to you and yours. We live interesting times and I'll agree that things do not look favorable on the horizon. This past weekend I heard Edgar Harrell ( )
    give his account/testimony of his time aboard and after the sinking of the USS Indianapolis in WWII. He told that just before he jumped from the deck of the listing ship he remembered a Sunday School Bible verse. It was "let not your heart be troubled" John 14:27
    A Believer can find much comfort in such promises. I know I do and I try to thank God for the hard times and trials which strengthen my faith. In the words of Rev. Billy Graham: "I may not know what the future holds, but I know Who holds the future"! Best of luck my friend!

  2. Thanks for posting