A conversation with saladboy with small edits for readability.
“A few things still need to happen before the shots can be authorized for Americans younger than 12.”
“All societies are based on rules to protect pregnant women and young children. All else is surplusage, excrescence, adornment, luxury, or folly which can — and must — be dumped in emergency to preserve this prime function. As racial (meaning human) survival is the only universal morality, no other basic is possible. Attempts to formulate a “perfect society” on any foundation other than “Women and children first!” is not only witless, it is automatically genocidal.” – Robert A. Heinlein
The only potential upside I see here is white Americans finally *doing something* after their children are killed or crippled by the science juice
Sheep don’t wake up and stop being sheep. They still have to be led. Then again, Alinsky was right: never let a crisis go to waste.
You’re right, but if this isn’t enough to galvanize support for real resistance, then it’s over.
You’re correct. There’s no replacement for survival instinct, and there’s nothing quite like facing the question directly and concretely for nurturing the survival instinct. Struggle is like blowing air on a fire. Too much too early can put a fire out, but embers can handle more than we give them credit for. And then again, some fires are well and truly out with no sparks to rekindle. I believe time is on our side.
I hope that you’re right. I’ve had a bad feeling for a couple of months now that ‘they’ are preparing to make a big move. The campaign to vilify ‘anti-vaxxers’ has been relentless
It makes sense, on account of time not being on their side. The easiest argument you can make to most people is it’s the mark of the beast. Anyway, big moves are for young people who don’t know any better. Do listen to your dread though. I’m not saying to ignore that just because I’m all hippy-dippy on the big picture.
I should be able to disappear for a few months if SHTF. This is the first time in my life that I’ve found myself thinking, “This is it. This is the end.”
Oh, don’t listen to that dread. It’s not the big one. But you should have an idea in your head of what price you’re willing to pay to avoid the shot. I think I’ve settled on $3,000 myself.
I’m already unemployed. I’m prepared to die if that’s what it takes.
This isn’t a hill for dying on, it’s a hill for putting up resistance. Just make it expensive for them and you’ll have done your job. The key isn’t to beat them in a final pitched battle, it’s to make them overextend out of hubris and frustration. We aren’t going to win in our lifetimes, so our job is to set up future generations with a strategic advantage.
I have no intention of receiving an experimental vaccine against an out-of-season chest cold
Well, dying is cheap for an unemployed man. But it’s also cheap for your oppressors.
Is it? They presumably don’t want martyrs.
I’m just speaking to your fantasy. They aren’t going to kill you, and when it comes to it you aren’t going to fight to the death. If you insist on being realistic, then I insist you set a realistic goal for your level of resistance. Speaking as someone from the officer class of the white race, I’d ask you to volunteer your life for a bigger cause than a flu shot. If every white person they kill costs them a Janissary, they’ll run out of true believing volunteers faster than we’ll run out of white people. Shitty people don’t do self-sacrifice. When you do fight to the death, make it a cause that anyone who sees it would see you as a martyr and not an idiot. Family, friends, something like that. That’s the sort of thing where heroics are in order.
I have to admit that my health and life circumstances make martyrdom far more appealing than it would otherwise be. And you’re correct that exceedingly few people would view me as a martyr
I’m glad you recognized that so quickly. It indicates you have a high tolerance for truth. You’re too valuable of a person to be cannon fodder for a flu shot. Please set your sights a little higher.
Thank you. I’ll rethink my prep.
“He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how.”