More moments of tranquility

I know that some of you out there are disappointed in the election results from the United States. You have fears for the economy, world peace, and the future of your children. But look at it this way. The only way to stop socialists from buying votes is to cut off their supply of money. This cannot be done at the ballot box. Only an economic collapse will cut their air hose, metaphorically speaking. So, best that the economic collapse comes quickly, rather than slowly. Let the illegals swarm into the country, er, cities. Just shrug. Study the methods of your enemy. Might I suggest hypnosis, neuro linguistic programming, and telemarketing?

Like a five day warning for a hurricane, you should prepare. Find out who around you is like minded. Form communities. Gather resources. Identify your enemies. Undermine them. Accelerate the decline, because after the harsh landing life will get better. Accelerate the decline. What else is there you can do?

Decide what you must do, then do it.

5 Responses to “More moments of tranquility”

  1. Buck Says:

    You have a most unusual worldview, Fenris.

    Just sayin’.

  2. Walter Garbotz Says:

    Buck …. wait to you get to know him. Ever feel that cold shiver run down your spine …. Just sayin’, too.

  3. jim Says:

    If you going to do anything, might as well do it fully. More than half of Americans have decided to drive off the fiscal cliff at full speed ahead (“Forward!”), just like in “Thelma and Louise”. They have decided it’s better to get “free” stuff now and screw following generations. It’s the kind of mentality that says, “Let’s eat all of this years harvest!”, saving no seed for spring planting. After all, next year is soooo far away, that one need not worry about it.

  4. JDN Says:

    With the Keynesians’ grip firmly on the steering wheel and their foot fully on the accelerator, there’s no point fighting it any longer. As Fenris might say, gather resources diligently yet quietly, know who your true friends are, and be prepared for a great big thud.

  5. Fenris Badwulf Says:

    Gee, this guy agrees with me

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/inside-politics/2012/nov/8/ron-paul-election-shows-us-far-gone/

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