Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Whatcha You Gonna Do When They Come For You?

Inner Circle burned the song "Bad Boys" and it's catch phrase "Whatcha gonna do when they come for you" into the American psyche.

For a time, people would settle in on a Saturday night, crank up the surround sound and watch the TV show "Cops" bathed in that almost irresistible throbbing reggae beat. They would find humor in the antics of people whom they considered little more than trash. An evening filled with schadenfreude and a six pack caused some to feel curiously close to the oppressors wearing a uniform. The endless parade of hapless car thieves, drunks, drug dealers and hookers gave the curious sub species of human known as the "couch potato" a sense of superiority and fostered a sense of gratefulness that they were being "protected".

Ranchers fatten and protect their herds too.

I wonder if the "couch potatoes" will be just as panicked and bewildered as the more common sheep when the round up begins.

The NDAA is an end run around gun confiscation. Why bother collecting guns when there's a damn good chance you're going to have some of the more conscious balk at an illegal order? Why risk losing so many of your pawns early in the game when a good number of them will likely wind up looking like swiss cheese?

There's guys and gals just waiting for your lightly armored caravan to show up in the neighborhood and start canvassing for weapons. They've got a real itch to show you what Independence Day really looked like. Why start the party early by telegraphing your blow? You know you don't have enough men to hit every house at exactly the same time.


If you grab the people with big mouths and big hearts. The lovers of freedom. Those who believe in liberty and have decided to die on their feet rather than live on their knees. Accuse them of piracy, terrorism, child molestation. Grab them on their way to work. Make them the bogeyman. Fly them to a forgotten corner of the world.

What happens then?

The wind will go out of the sails of many who may need a leader to follow and the guns stay silent.

There is no need to confiscate guns when you take away those with the will and knowledge to use them. They're just an idle tool. No more dangerous than a rusted axe and a forgotten scythe. Or a maligned piece of paper called The Constitution of The United States.

So, whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do when they come for you?

Monday, January 30, 2012

Encrypting Your Hard Drive

US District Judge Robert Blackburn has ordered Ramona Camelia Fricosu to decrypt the contents of her laptop. This to enable the US District Attorney's office to sort through, and use, any of the contents in prosecution of her and her husband. Both are accused of financial fraud.

Judge Blackburn accepted the argument that to rule in favor of Ms. Fricosu's Fifth Amendment claim would be, in the words of Assistant US District Attorney Patricia Davies, "a concession to her and potential criminals (be it in child exploitation, national security, terrorism, financial crimes or drug trafficking cases) that encrypting all inculpatory digital evidence will serve to defeat the efforts of law enforcement officers to obtain such evidence through judicially authorized search warrants, and thus make their prosecution impossible."

Personally, to me, that says "We don't have a case. We don't have evidence. We need you to be a nice guy and help us put you away. We're that incompetent."

With the passage of the 2012 NDAA, many will find themselves under increasing scrutiny and without constitutional protections.

Links to pertinent documentation can be found in the Wired Magazine article, "Judge Orders Defendant to Decrypt Laptop"

So, what do you need to do ...... just in case? It doesn't have to be the cops. Someone could steal your hardware just as easily and crack any administrative passwords. Then they would have a treasure trove of information. Especially if you avail yourself of online shopping, bill paying, and online tax preparation. It could also place your online persona (Twitter, Facebook, etc) potentially at risk.

I highly recommend TrueCrypt. It is a free, open source, on the fly (encrypting and decrypting as your machine runs) encryption program. It is able to use multi-core processors and works on Windows, Linux, and MAC operating systems. Check out the FAQ to learn many of its features.

The story circulates that the FBI tried for a year to try and crack a TrueCrypt encrypted drive, and apparently gave up.

One feature that may very well save your bacon is the ability to set up hidden volumes and hidden operating systems. This allows you to create a very innocuous system that you can boot to and show to whomever wants to see that there ain't nothing there. The system with all of the things you wish to remain hidden will stay hidden.

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Stewart Rhodes Oath Keepers Interview

If you were not able to listen to the interview with Stewart Rhodes of Oath Keepers last night on Coast To Coast AM hosted by John B. Wells, you can download an MP3 of the interview by clicking on the following links.

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

The files will be available for seven days from today. After that the links will die.

Continue on to the original post for today by clicking here.

Police: Unconstitutional?

As most Americans blithely continue down the road towards a dictatorship, those of us fighting this almost insurmountable tide of the ignorant and disdainful have a duty.

Our duty is to preserve the true intent of the United States Constitution. One way we can accomplish this mission is by educating ourselves on the impact that many common societal institutions have had on our nation. We can then use that knowledge and reintroduce the original intent of the Constitution whenever we participate in those societal institutions.

We can do this surreptitiously.

No fanfare. No speeches. No proclamations. No one has to know what you're thinking or plotting.

Two of the most common institutions in the United States are the local police and the criminal court system. Two parts to a whole

The police are the arms, legs, ears and eyes and the courts are the brain and body of what has become truly a leviathan. Both combine to create an onerous and corrupt judicial system. A system that seems more motivated by profit than justice and is often lead by individuals seemingly bent solely on self aggrandizement than any true desire to serve the interests of the public.

It is a system designed to deprive us of life, liberty, property, safety and the pursuit of happiness. It only ensures it for the select and well connected. The criminals occupying public office within a certain 64.1 square mile district are a living testament to this fact.

Dr. Roger Roots, who leads the Fully Informed Jury Association (FIJA), wrote a paper in 2001 and presented it at Seton Hall's School Of Law. The paper is simply titled, "Are Cops Constitutional?". Read the paper here.

The paper is a history of the police in the United States and illustrates the rights and responsibilities that were those of the common citizen.

Your rights.

Your responsibilities.

It is heavily foot noted (456 separate footnotes) and is written in plain English and not legal jargon. It should be required reading for any patriot.

After reading the paper, and perusing the FIJA website, do everyone a favor.

Do not try and avoid jury duty.

Embrace it.

It is your opportunity to be a covert operative conducting sabotage right in the heart of the enemy's camp.

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Stewart Rhodes - Oath Keepers on Coast To Coast AM tonight


Tonight on Coast To Coast AM, Stewart Rhodes from Oath Keepers will be appearing with John B. Wells.

The subject will be Unconstitutional Legislation, including the NDAA.

I know that some have problems with Mr. Rhodes and Oath Keepers due to some incidents in the past. Then there are you who support Mr. Rhodes and Oath Keepers. Either way, you now have an opportunity to talk to the man on an INTERNATIONALLY heard radio show and voice your thoughts directly to him in front of literally MILLIONS of people.

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Click this link for KSCO, a Santa Cruz California Station that has very reliable streaming. Scroll down and look on the left for "Listen Live", click the link for PC or MAC.

Sorry, apparently KSCO is not streaming the program live.


I understand through Fel that many have been asking about me. I appreciate that very much. Yes, I am well. Yes, I am having difficulty with much of what is transpiring in this country and this world and that has led to a type of writers block.

I become so irate over things that I want to break things, including two legged predators.

The truth of how bad things have become is being hidden from people and it is maddening. Our town has seen an increase of crime. A whopping 48% increase over last year. It is so bad that the mayor pro-tem has a plea in the paper for citizens to volunteer to assist in patrolling.

And we think that's bad.

In Stockton, the US Marshals have been deployed to deal with criminals because Stockton's police have been so gutted by budget shortfalls.