Wes Renegade hits the nail right square on the head.
Patriots, We have a Problem. Evil is gaining ground every day. The darkness is approaching and we are bickering amongst ourselves over who is the smartest person in the room.
We are doing exactly what the enemy wants us to do. Nothing!
Maybe I just expected more when I published the New Declaration of Independence.
Evil has stolen our country. Evil is pursuing our children. Evil is destroying our History. Evil is destroying our traditions. Evil is erasing everything that was once good in this country.
None of this ends well if we don’t unite!
Take the Moore County substation attacks for example. It’s really simple for me. If someone finally did something to stand against evil I applaud them. I’m not going to condemn them because I don’t necessarily agree with their approach. They did something. If it was foreign actors, which I find highly unlikely, then we can expect more of those attacks or something bigger in the near future. So be it. Either way it is another notch click up on the sportiness to come and we should not be fighting amongst ourselves over something that brings us closer to active Revolution.
They’ve called us conspiracy theorist for so long now. Yet our “theories” are proven to be right almost on a daily basis now. And yet, we do Nothing!
Operative word here being: YET. In times like these, it’s sometimes difficult to remember a simple, inarguable truth: throughout all of history, no tyranny has ever been permanent. Sooner or later, one way or another, they all fall. So take heart, folks, and don’t give in to despair. The same fate all the others have met surely awaits this one, too.
I find it hard to believe that at this point they have no leads to who did this.
Which leads to 3 possibilities.
The only thing wrong with 3 is the choice of target. You would think they’d focus on a more urban target.
One thing is for sure. If it were just a bunch of untrained Right Wingers, for whatever reason, doing it, we would be hearing about it by now.
My guess is one of two possibles:
1) Bunch of yahoo’s decided to see what would happen
2) trial run by someone, good or bad. I doubt a “good” actor would put so many through a lack of power for a trial rum.
I heard on the radio this afternoon (I listen to the radio only when driving and I drive almost only to haul kids around; welcome to the life of a parent whose kid isn’t old enough to drive) that the power company in NC was happy to announce that only 20,000 residents were without power.
Doing some quick math, this tells me that the utility company was able to restore service to only half of their customers. After five days. With temperatures getting down to freezing.
This tells me that a handful of individuals — “individual” as in working separately, not even knowing about each other — with deer rifles could destroy enough infrastructure to leave millions of people freezing to death. And the full apparatus of our police state is unable to stop them. And the utility companies, whose charter includes being able to keep the power going, lacks the spare parts or the manpower to repair even a minimal amount of damage in a timely fashion. And the full apparatus of our regulatory state has not forced the utility companies to follow the requirements of their charters.
It may be time to look at your pay stub and think about the wisdom of the adage “Taxes are the price we pay for living in a civilized society.”
Manpower is not the problem, I think. There are mountains of service trucks standing by to converge upon storm damaged power systems, and thousands of personnel. I think it’s primarily parts.
Pike Electric based in Mt Airy (Mayberry USA) is just one of many Electric maintenance and service subcontractors.
After a storm you will see Pike trucks everywhere.