American tragedy

21 Jun

It is not the fact that our leader (from Kenya) has been given the ability and now has the gumption to enact his anti-American game plan.

It is not the fact that we have thousands upon thousands of illegal invaders entering into the country with the express purpose of taking our wealth (or poverty in some cases).

It is not the fact that our federal agencies have been neutered and kept from doing their assigned jobs (their purpose).

What You Are Not Being Told About the Invasion of America

It is the fact that so many, so-called, American citizens are failing to do their part by allowing this to continue.  That so many American citizens keep re-electing politicians who endorse the destruction of their own country.  In spite of articles (like the one below) by the hundreds that inform us of the results to come, the American citizen is asleep and will suffer greatly.

“America is being invaded and successfully occupied. Obama is fanning the flames of border violence and artificially contrived human destitution through his unyielding attitude of corporate servitude resulting in providing the globalists with an endless supply of cheap, illegal alien labor regardless of the cost to the American people and their safety as well as the safety of the immigrants themselves. And on a more grand scale, this crisis is one more nail in the coffin in America and Obama knows exactly what he is doing.”

Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show

Because he does not care.

And THAT is the Great American Tragedy.

“Night is approaching. An immediate answer is expected.” ~ Samuel Adams


Posted by on June 21, 2014 in Uncategorized


25 responses to “American tragedy

  1. Dannyboy53

    June 21, 2014 at 5:22 pm

    Soffitrat I feel this illegal invasion will bring about more serious consequences than any other single action taken by the Kenyan and his regime at any time. Probably worse than any time in our entire history! Of course our Congress critters share equally in the blame in my opinion. As a governing body they collectively could and should have shouted “hell no, this WILL stop immediately” and sent every armed Federal agency to the borders if the Kenyan refused to do it. But what have they done…and what does that tell us about Congress? Not that Congress gives a rat’s gluteus maximus but their ratings stink (13% approve of them?) and for very good reason, Americans despise the worthless, Communist SOB’s.

    When I first heard this news I was stunned. Every aspect of this invasion will have a HUGE negative impact on our society and economy. Housing, food, medical care, etc. that will rise out of this will cost us, directly and indirectly. MILLIONS of dollars. We may be looking at some serious diseases this country has not seen in half a century or longer popping up from coast to coast.

    Looking at this as a former cop, and having dealt with illegal aliens in the past, there are no doubt drug dealers, gun runners, prostitutes, gang/cartel members, and every other type miscreant one could imagine embedded in these thousands of parasites. Age makes very little difference in the criminal world by the way. In fact, in this country, as a juvenile it affords a youthful offender a certain degree of protection. From what I have seen and read the majority of these rat-herds crossing our borders are NOT small children!

    We are going to pay a very dear price in money, property, and blood for the Kenyan’s action. I believe the lid is about to finally blow off of this pot in the months to come.

    • The Soffitrat

      June 21, 2014 at 7:21 pm

      I couldn’t agree more, Danny. This is a bridge too far, IMHO. We shall see what happens, but I don’t expect the people to say nary a word. They won’t either. Not until they (and their precious little families) begin to suffer.

      • Jamie

        June 21, 2014 at 8:25 pm

        rat said to say most people need to suffer major pain before they will change and even then it is iffy!
        My “strike a blow for liberty” is getting out of the system where I can and reducing my footprint where I can’t. I have no power and I’m dependent on the PTBs for my monthly check and medical care. I’m doing what I can but all I can relistically control is about 9 square feet and how I react to the PTBs.

        • The Soffitrat

          June 21, 2014 at 8:38 pm

          There are exceptions to the rule, Jamie. You are certainly one. But, even you have seen the writing on the wall and are doing what you can to prepare. That, alone, puts you ahead of the 95%. Making it though the first year (after the .gov push back begins) will give you tremendous advantages. Get a German Shepard, and have her trained by a quality (qualified) trainer.

        • Dannyboy53

          June 21, 2014 at 8:47 pm

          Jamie some of us are not what we used to be physically but you have the heart of a Lion and will still do much better than most. As you know very well, attitude is 95% of the “battle”.

      • Dannyboy53

        June 21, 2014 at 8:43 pm

        Exactly, only when all this directly affects many people will they sit up, take notice, and howl like a wolf!

  2. Jamie

    June 21, 2014 at 9:07 pm

    rat, I’m sure there are a few folks that are getting biblical with a 7 year plan but I’m the only one I know of in the world. I’m disabled and I don’t get food stamps and I am working on a 7 year food plan. I look at the ads and if there is not a great buy I just don’t go shopping. I get so peeved at the idiots that say they can’t afford to prep for a few months and I’m going well beyod that and not going into debt. No it is not easy but with a bit of work it is doable.

    I got no time for pity for myself or others. Hell if I can prepare anyone can do the same.

    • The Soffitrat

      June 21, 2014 at 9:44 pm

      And that’s what makes you so special. I believe its called inspiration. I wish millions could know about your blog.

      • Jamie

        June 21, 2014 at 10:03 pm

        Rat I’ll wish along with you, but we know the stories about wishes and fishes. It wasn’t easy but it getting prepared is doable even on SSI with a bit of work. It took a pretty good size smack upside my head to wake me up so I don’t feel all that free picking up a rock. But I would love others to learn from my mistakes and get a bit self-reliant. I worked 7 years on a garden and I am just starting to feel somewhat profiecent as a gardener.
        Prepping and getting self-reliant is simple but not always easy!

        • The Soffitrat

          June 21, 2014 at 11:33 pm

          Know what ya mean. Only we call it “if’s and but’s”.

        • Dannyboy53

          June 21, 2014 at 11:47 pm

          Jamie I know exactly where you’re coming from Lady. My wife and I are fortunate in that we paid off our mortgage a little over a year ago and we have no credit cards. I feel the same way about those that say they can’t afford to put away extra supplies, we have done it for well over a year. It wasn’t easy, we sat at home when we would have liked to have gone out to eat or whatever. Prepping must be done and you have to set priorities. The key is time and consistency whether it’s putting up money or supplies. People should do what they can afford to do even if it’s a small amount but be consistent about it and over time it will pay off.

          A lot of people are going to learn the hard way about all the lessons each of us have been practicing. I have some friends that literally have at least a half a pickup load of firearms and ammo and yet they have maybe a weeks supply of groceries in the house. I’ve talked with them a couple of times about this and he simply laughs it off, I find his attitude incredibly amazing!

          When they get hungry they can’t eat those bullets.

  3. The Soffitrat

    June 22, 2014 at 9:22 am

    No, they can’t Danny. My daughter and SIL must be related to those people.

    • Dannyboy53

      June 22, 2014 at 10:27 am

      Two of our daughters are the same way ‘rat! I’ve given up trying to reason with them but Mary is still trying. They know and understand what is going on they just don’t place food & medical supplies very high on their priority list.

      They will.

      • Jamie

        June 22, 2014 at 12:07 pm

        I see this a lot and I don’t understand how mamy people seem to think preppers are a bunch of pacifists. I did a little Logistic scenario for the idiot out of Washington State who thought he could be a marauder to survive and it was very enlightning, to me at least.
        Having a safe water supply is not very mobile and the lack of that alone will kill most before they get a chance to starve to death!

        Heck my “long term” food supply drums (1 rice, 1 wheat, 1 mixed beans and one mixed grains) and two 60 gallon water barrels will fit on two standard size pallets with room left over. Add a couple of 5 gallon water jugs to move the water and a few cases of veggies, fruit and meats and you have over 1200 pounds of food probably for about the same cost they spent on one of those “tacticool” weapons

        • The Soffitrat

          June 22, 2014 at 12:32 pm

          I’m sure that any marauder will find out quickly that Danny won’t just open the door and invite him in. As a matter of fact, he will never hear the shot that kills him, before he even sets eyes on the homestead. Pacifist? Right…

          On the other hand, water is critical. We have two five acre lakes (stocked) and plenty of ability to purify. Not counting water barrels and wells.

        • Dannyboy53

          June 22, 2014 at 1:58 pm

          I’m sure we’ve all heard of the rule of “3”. People have lived longer than three days without water but they are an exception to the general rule. The average “Joe” will have some serious problems the third day, the subconscious mind starts reeling off things like pink Tigers dancing in the snow, not a good sign!

          We also have three ponds and three deep water wells. There are electrical pumps in them at the moment but when power is gone we have buckets to draw with. We also have several water filtration and purification systems, two that have a pretty big capacity. Yes, water is very critical to any operation and should be number one on everyones list.

          Jamie you are right about the food cost and the “tacticool” weapons. In stead of stocking food/water some folks will spend $2000-$3000 on buying one of these firearms and adding all sorts of BS to it. These accessories will not make you an expert Rifleman or Pistolero, there is NO substitute for practice. Nearly 18 years as a Peace Officer taught me you must be proficient with the “tools” of your trade just like a Carpenter or Mechanic. Simple common sense comes into play in this category. These folks will be some of the ones we have to protect ourselves from when they’ve had nothing to eat in a couple of days.

          I have read that “STUPID SHOULD HURT”, no doubt there would be less of it!

        • The Soffitrat

          June 22, 2014 at 8:48 pm


          Many are going to learn that lesson.

  4. Dannyboy53

    June 22, 2014 at 10:13 pm

    ‘Rat the sad thing is it doesn’t have to be that way. Jamie hit the proverbial nail on the head…”sad to say most people need to suffer major pain before they will change and even then it is iffy!”

    Yep, and it will be a terrible price paid to learn that lesson.

    • The Soffitrat

      June 22, 2014 at 11:26 pm

      I’ve always said that this whole collapse was unnecessary. Our greed, laziness, and willingness to accept mediocrity in all areas of life was our downfall. Taking of spirituality (ethics & morality), parenthood, and education were major factors.

      • militialaw

        June 23, 2014 at 9:43 am

        Nailed it.

        Americans got lazy. They thought food service, construction, and farm labor (among other areas of work) were beneath them. They turned a blind eye to the invasion that took those jobs away permanently. They couldn’t see that keeping all jobs only for real Americans, no matter how menial, was morally superior than allowing in “cheap labor” that literally hates you, literally hates the country, and is only here for the money.

        America is reaping what it has sown. The best any real American can do know is master subsistence farming and await the end stages of this descent chaos to play out.

        • Dannyboy53

          June 23, 2014 at 10:35 am

          Militialaw you both NAILED it. We never saw this coming for many decades although several people (Joe McCarthy for example) sounded the alarm years ago. Our arrogance has extracted a stunning price.

        • The Soffitrat

          June 23, 2014 at 11:14 am

          Hope you’re doing well. Did you ever find your spot (Tejas)? I’m still keeping my ears and eyes open. And, yes, you are (as usual) exactly correct. We are reaping. But this only the beginning. We have shackled our children to lives of servitude.

        • militialaw

          June 23, 2014 at 12:10 pm

          Nah, too many illegals pouring into Texas…hahaha, kidding. Have a line on a place in Big Sandy and Lindale. We’ll see if I can get some time to take a closer look, just been swamped with work.

  5. The Soffitrat

    June 23, 2014 at 1:14 pm

    Just a target rich environment… 🙂 I’ll PM you when I get a chance. I know both of those areas and both are within an hour of here! Besides! Big Sandy is “wet”! 🙂

    • Dannyboy53

      June 23, 2014 at 1:30 pm

      Militialaw I know nothing about those areas but I have passed through them and there is some nice looking countryside. Of course that alone isn’t a deciding factor in selecting a new location!


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