Prep – The Lesson of Hurricane Dorian – ITEL 9.7.19
Hurricane Dorian, the category 5 hurricane that hit the Bahamas, taught a few very valiant lessons: a) natural disasters give rise to the need for organized militias and 2) the need to prepare for disasters and emergencies. Aftermaths of catastrophic natural disasters prove time and time again that in a “multicultural world”, there is a propensity for various racial groups to rise up and loot everything that is not nailed down. This observable reality gives rise to the solution that an organized and prepared militia is, perhaps, one of the best civil responses to elements within the society that want to take advantage of the vacuum of authority and engage in theft of personal property and community infrastructure.
Natural disasters also provide a great time to reflect and take stock of our own preparedness in face of catastrophic social dissolution. Do you have food and water ready? Sources of fuel? Means of self defense? Preparing for the social implosion or catastrophic loss due to natural disasters is simply good, common sense.
In hour 2, we discussed the reality that politics and policy, by default, are obviously intertwined. Thus if you are to have a seat at the political table, then if you wish to change policy, you have to engage in politics. Yet in today’s day and age, politics is largely a Jewish controlled affair, and any voicing of opposition to glaring failures of various Jewish policies is often met with the standard charge of “anti-Semitism”.
The point remains: Jews and their policies are failures, and Jews throughout history have shown a propensity to fail every time they rise to some semblance of national power. Their goals as policy initiators must, our of necessity, run counter to the better interests of the nation-state and thus Jews, by definition, become internal enemies of the nation-state.
Jewish policies serve Jews and their interests. Plain and simple. You cannot have a healthy political debate, and thus a healthy approach to resolving the policy, if one side controls the political discourse through lobbing arbitrary slurs at people in such a weaponized form as to silence political opposition.
This is a hurdle that people focused on changing failing Jewish policy must come to grips with and resolve to conclusively.
Joe Atwill visited in hour 3.
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