The Barbarians Are Inside, And There Are No Gates

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by stg58, Nov 15, 2015.

  1. stg58

    stg58 Monkey+++ Founding Member

    Lock and load we are on our own barry will not protect.

    Stock up.

    As I write, Paris is under curfew for the first time since the German occupation, and the death toll from the multiple attacks stands at 158, the vast majority of them slaughtered during a concert at the Bataclan theatre, a delightful bit of 19th century Chinoiserie on the boulevard Voltaire. The last time I was there, if memory serves, was to see Julie Pietri. I'm so bloody sick of these savages shooting and bombing and killing and blowing up everything I like - whether it's the small Quebec town where my little girl's favorite fondue restaurant is or my favorite hotel in Amman or the brave freespeecher who hosted me in Copenhagen ...or a music hall where I liked to go to hear a little jazz and pop and get away from the cares of the world for a couple of hours. But look at the photographs from Paris: there's nowhere to get away from it; the barbarians who yell "Allahu Akbar!" are there waiting for you ...when you go to a soccer match, you go to a concert, you go for a drink on a Friday night. They're there on the train... at the magazine office... in the Kosher supermarket... at the museum in Brussels... outside the barracks in Woolwich...
    The Barbarians Are Inside, And There Are No Gates :: SteynOnline
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  2. Gopherman

    Gopherman Sometimes I Wish I Could Go Back to Sleep

    Those IDIOTS open the gate and gladly let them in! If they have their way the same flavor of idiots are gonna do the same thing here!
    Lets disarm the public and bring in 100,000+ screaming fanatics. There's a "GREAT IDEA!!" Liberalism at it's finest!
    If the Sane element in this country doesn't do something soon, WE ARE SCREWED!! and we'll deserve it for our APATHY!
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  3. Gopherman

    Gopherman Sometimes I Wish I Could Go Back to Sleep

    I'll bet all those people who died wished they had a gun to shoot back with! We'll never know now! I'm so Pissed about this situation, my heads going to explode![micro]
    "KUMBAYA!" they say, Yeah Right!!
  4. UncleMorgan

    UncleMorgan I like peeling bananas and (occasionally) people.

    We have all read or written about how the sheeple will be the first to die in the Collapse--however and whenever it comes.

    Well, they're dying now.

    This is all a part of the breaking wave that history will call the Big Crash.

    Only the details remain to be acted out in this one small part. Will the French rise up with their kitchen knives and pheasant guns and exterminate the invading Muslims, or will they be pushed back into less and less defensible positions, abandoning their homes and cities to the invading barbarians?

    Will they depend on the government and the military to protect them or will they start protecting themselves, and possibly overthrow their own inadequate government in the process?

    Will other governments realize their very existence depends on defeating this world-wide Muslim assault, and take the decisive steps necessary to defeat it? Or will they be as one with the sheeple they worked so hard to create?

    We are all living in Interesting Times now.
  5. ghrit

    ghrit Bad company Administrator Founding Member

    In the early days of the monkey, there were some discussions related to John Ross' writings ("Unintended Consequences") on a leaderless "revolution." If we are to believe the rising up of daesh, it is a here and now leaderless following of certain cherry picked phrases in a document of debatable origin. (Also debatable is "leaderless" but --.) Sometimes, countering a threat requires using the same tactics as the threat. Are we there yet? Is it time to start salvaging what's on the bottom of the lake and go hunting ourselves? Since retribution for such actions is problematic, carefully done, it might just be around the corner.

    ETA: Note to the alphabet agencies, watch for increased sales of wet suits.
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  6. Motomom34

    Motomom34 Monkey+++

    IMO the prime target time for a France style Friday. Take out a few Wal-marts early Friday and fear would ensue. All malls would close and our economy would tank. People would be afraid. A Thanksgiving attack on American soil would be devastating. Busiest time for the airlines but airlines would halt if an attack happened.

    yes, cells are living here, training and preparing. I wrestle with this whole thing. Since Paris how many monkeys have had doubts and concerns going about their daily life? Any Monkeys thought twice about going into a Metro area or a mall? My kids are hearing this news, how do I assure them they are safe, when I am feeling unsure myself. Let us not forget- there have been reports of Americans going over and joining ISIS. The enemy comes in all colors.
  7. Dont

    Dont Just another old gray Jarhead Monkey Site Supporter+++

    My initial reaction to the Paris attacks had been " Good, they deserve what they are getting, they let them all in..." Then I remember that we are allowing them to come into our country... Then remembering, They are already here!
    Without accurate intel on the who, what, and wares how would one successfully plan anything.. Meanwhile, as we are all focused on this issue, what have the socialist in charge have planned? Is this the step designed to throw our country into chaos in order to gain the popular support for the next step? Example would be 1933 emergency war powers act.. Given the current knowledge held by the sheep, it would not be a far stretch to convince them to agree to and support a socialist complete take over of the government.. Temporary of course..
  8. Pax Mentis

    Pax Mentis Philosopher King |RIP 11-4-2017

    Interestingly (and sadly), one of the carrying restrictions that even many "gun people" accept is the common ban on carrying where there will be large crowds. It is only a matter of time until we start seeing attacks like France suffered this week. It can happen here...
  9. pearlselby

    pearlselby Monkey++

    Thank you, Don't, for saying what I have been thinking.
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  10. Altoidfishfins

    Altoidfishfins Monkey+++ Site Supporter+

    Only a matter of time until these Jihadists switch tactics, from mass murder to infrastructure targets. The impact would be devastating.
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  11. VisuTrac

    VisuTrac Ваша мать носит военные ботинки Site Supporter+++

    So the phrases we should watch out for are: (not all inclusive)
    "Allah Akbar"
    "It's for the children"
    "We're from the government and are here to help you"
    "It's for your own protection"

    Yes, we now live in a different world. OpSec and situational awareness are paramount.
    Will violence visit you and yours? I hope not.
    Can it come to you? Well yes it can.

    Can you mitigate it? Yep by not being there when it occurs, or by having a practiced plan of action and by remaining aware of your surroundings.

    But should you spend your days worrying about it? Nope. If you are frozen in place with worry and second guessing, you are missing the most important thing of all. Living your life.

    Violence can come from any quarter. Radical groups, Mother nature, our own government or from outer space. Some things you can prevent, other things .. well you are just along for the ride.

    Be prepared but hope for the best.
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  12. fedorthedog

    fedorthedog Monkey+++

    It sis only a matter of time before these ISIS idiots get smart and figure out how to really hit us. Its not in the big cities its in the small unprotected school and malls of middle America. Yes the people in those areas will respond but chaos will still reign.
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  13. ghrit

    ghrit Bad company Administrator Founding Member

    Make that " prepare and work."
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  14. DKR

    DKR Raconteur of the first stripe

    Oct. 17, 1961— when bodies of dead Algerians piled "like cordwood" in the center of the Paris in the wake of what would now be called a police riot.

    I see these bad days in the future of their Republic, if it happened in the past, it can happen in the future....
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  15. Gopherman

    Gopherman Sometimes I Wish I Could Go Back to Sleep

    My Son just called me and told me we had to bug out right now! He saw the article about 10,000 being unloaded in New Orleans! I read that yesterday, but then he read me the one about them being unloaded here in Mobile, missed that one! I told him to wait until stuff started happening then we'll make our move!
    For now I'll just wait and see if I can finally get to use some of this stuff I've been buying for the last 4 years!:)
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  16. BTPost

    BTPost Stumpy Old Fart Snow Monkey Moderator

    Bet nobody will be trying to Unload 10K Sand People in Alaska.... Especially as Winter is coming on, up here.... If they tried, the Sand People would either, RIOT, or Demand to Go back Home.... If they Riot, they will just be " Marched out into the Tundra" or shot...
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  17. stg58

    stg58 Monkey+++ Founding Member

    Those would be easy targets.:(

    I was hoping that cold weather would help also but the russkies are letting them in north of the Arctic circle.

    This thing is going to get very very ugly.

    From Russia to Norway: Refugees ride bikes to freedom -
    Kirkenes, Norway (CNN)The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, streak the skies in spectacular shades of green, red and purple in this far northern Norwegian town of Kirkenes. Tourists flock to this bit of the Arctic Circle to chase the mesmerizing lights. But an entirely different reason drives the curious figures on bikes arriving here from Russia.

    All bundled up and struggling through the first snow of the season, the cyclists are not nature enthusiasts but rather refugees.

    Russia does not allow pedestrian crossings here, and Norway penalizes drivers who transport asylum-seekers. This confluence of Norwegian law and Russian regulation has meant that refugees hoping to come through the Storskog border crossing between the two countries must make the last leg of their journey on bikes.

    The first refugees to use this border crossing came in February, according to police Superintendent Stein Hansen. He said they were Syrian.
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  18. stg58

    stg58 Monkey+++ Founding Member

    This is a positive first step hopefully it is made permanent and spreads to other states.
    Of course some lib group will call him racist and take it to court.
    Snyder suspends efforts to settle Syrian refugees in Michigan
    LANSING -- Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says he is suspending efforts to bring Syrian refugees to Michigan in light of the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday.

    "Given the terrible situation in Paris, I've directed that we put on hold our efforts to accept new refugees until the U.S. Department of Homeland Security completes a full review of security clearances and procedures," Snyder said in a statement released by his office on Sunday.
  19. Ganado

    Ganado Monkey+++

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  20. Tikka

    Tikka Monkey+++

    I don't want them resettled; I don't want them here, period.
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