Domestic Terrorists Are Already Armed with Electronic Weapons . . . bought off the internet!
In a yesterday’s article about a Bad Weekend, I joked about the frightening possibility of white terrorists someday being able to buy Star Wars weapons off the internet. For several months white male retards have been proving their manhood and bravery by shooting some sort of ray gun at my dogs in the morning, when they went out to pee. Then this past Saturday, some sort of electromagnetic device in a BIG BAD BLACK pickup was twice used to scramble the electronics on my car.
A relative, who had a background in electronics with the US Navy, informed that there were indeed electronic devices that could disable a car or airplane from a distance. However, I don’t think he was aware how serious the threat is at this moment to the general public. It is very likely that many events, which are now being labeled “accidents” are actually premeditated crimes.
Electromagnetic pulse weapons concentrate electromagetic energy down to the size of microwaves into a relative small target zone. Depending on their frequency and power, these waves can devastate transformers, telephone module stations, electric motors, computers, telephones, televisions, cellular phones, Ipads, digital cameras, home appliances, surveillance cameras, incandescent lamps, street lights, fluorescent lights, plus the electronic controls on land vehicles and airplanes. A few blasts by a handheld EMP could knock out an entire city’s electrical service.
Yesterday afternoon I googled “EMP weapons” and was astonished to see a wide variety of weapons or plans for building such weapons on the internet. There are even several videos that teach one how to both build and use an electronic weapon. These products are being promoted as the ideal survivalist weapon “when the New World Order takes control.” Many also openly advertise that they will stop a car in its tracks from 50 to 300 feet away . . . depending on the power of the weapon.
THAT IS A SERIOUS FELONY CRIME BUBBA PATRIOT! It is not exercising your constitutional right to hurt people you don’t know.
Currently, there are no federal or state regulations on any electronic weapons, except high powered lasers. Sales of these devices skyrocketed last year, when folks feared that the federal government was going to restrict sales of assault weapons and machine guns. In many ways, they are far more dangerous to the public than firearms because they are silent and their “bullets” are invisible.
Frankly, I didn’t sleep well last night and rose up early in the morning to write. The electromagnetic pulse guns can have devastating effects on smaller cars of recent vintage or small airplanes. One of the most common effects on land vehicles is for the automatic steering to lock and automatic braking system to fail. If the engine shuts off suddenly, the passengers can have serious head and limb injuries. That does not even begin to describe the injuries, if the car is rammed from the rear or rolls over. Airplanes quickly crash when their engines and controls are knocked out by electromagnetic pulse beams.
Also, while reading the articles and readers’ comments about these weapons, I realized there are hundreds of thousands of Americans living in a delusional world, full of hate. Several comments talked about using these devices to “fry” various classifications of people that hate groups love to hate.
These lost souls are constantly obsessed with killing anyone, who is different than them. They welcome the collapse of civilization and somehow think that they will survive indefinitely with gadgets that will no longer be produced and shooting deer with bullets that will no longer be sold. Of course, they don’t know how to craft a rifled musket from scratch, to make gun powder or process copper and lead ore into bullets. They wouldn’t begin to know how to develop and operate a subsistence farm like my grandparents lived on, where they grew most of their food. They don’t know how to weave, make ceramics, smelt iron, forge tools, build water wheels, make glass, make cheese, construct hewn timber houses and barns, dig wells, plan communities, treat the sick with herbs or even deliver a baby. In short, they have none of the skills and intelligence necessary to survive in a pre-industrial society. Yet, their driving obsession is to kill all people in our society, who would have those skills.
What really disturbed me though was the realization that during the past 4 1/2 years I have lived in this cabin, there have been several very strange car accidents in the area. Well, the first one occurred a month before I moved here. A lovely lady in her mid-20s moved into the cabin to restore it. Three days later, while on trip in town to get more of her belongings, the pickup went straight, when the road curved. The vehicle flew over into a mountain ravine. She was killed instantly. All of her personal belongings and clothing were still in this cabin, when I moved in.
Last year a church van, carrying teens to a hike on the nearby Appalachian Trail, flipped over into a shallower ravine about a half mile from my cabin. Despite wearing seat belts, all the occupants were seriously injured. The driver, when he was able to talk, claimed that the van’s engine suddenly stopped and the steering locked. The highway patrol didn’t believe him. I do.
Just two weeks ago, a college student was returning home at night from a party. She claimed that a big pickup pulled up immediately behind her on a remote country road about two miles from here. She said that suddenly her engine stopped and her steering wheel locked, causing her car to cross the narrow lane and hit a bank. She passed an alcohol test, but was still charged with “Failure to Maintain Control of a Vehicle.” I think that she was telling the truth.
Given the widespread availability of these dangerous electronic weapons, I suspect that there are hundreds or thousands of accidents being caused by them around the United States. What would give a sociopath a greater thrill than to cause a fatal car accident, which backs up traffic for miles. EMP’s are the perfect weapon for the insane. His pickup (or car) will be miles away when law enforcement arrives on the scene. Even if his vehicle is caught in traffic behind the wreck, no law enforcement officer is going to check every vehicle in a traffic jam to see if it contains a concealed, relatively small, electromagnetic pulse weapon.
If you are educated, creative, contribute positively to your community, are Native American or African American . . . you are going to be a prime target for these sociopathic vermin. They hate the Light. There are things that you can do in most vehicles to protect their computers, but the EMP weapon might still knock out the electronics and gauges on your dashboard, plus temporarily shut off your automatic steering. Ask you mechanic about getting an EMP shield for your car’s computer.
If someone points an electronic weapon at you, you have the Constitutional right to defend yourself with deadly force. It is no difference legally than a firearm being aimed at you. Unfortunately, if an EMP weapon is mounted inside the grill of a vehicle, it is almost impossible to know your vehicle is being attacked, until your car starts acting crazy. Just because a BIG PICKUP is tailing you, does not mean that it contains an EMP.
Well, this has been not as nearly a pleasant subject as growing crops with biochar techniques, but it is the overriding duty of every Native American man to protect the community.
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Richard Thornton is a professional architect, city planner, author and museum exhibit designer-builder. He is today considered one of the nation’s leading experts on the Southeastern Indians. However, that was not always the case. While at Georgia Tech Richard was the first winner of the Barrett Fellowship, which enabled him to study Mesoamerican architecture and culture in Mexico under the auspices of the Institutio Nacional de Antropoligia e Historia. Dr. Roman Piňa-Chan, the famous archaeologist and director of the Museo Nacional de Antropologia, was his fellowship coordinator. For decades afterward, he lectured at universities and professional societies around the Southeast on Mesoamerican architecture, while knowing very little about his own Creek heritage. Then he was hired to carry out projects for the Muscogee-Creek Nation in Oklahoma. The rest is history.Richard is the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer for the KVWETV (Coweta) Creek Tribe and a member of the Perdido Bay Creek Tribe. In 2009 he was the architect for Oklahoma’s Trail of Tears Memorial at Council Oak Park in Tulsa. He is the president of the Apalache Foundation, which is sponsoring research into the advanced indigenous societies of the Lower Southeast.
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