While getting rid of that pesky snow the other day (again), I was thinking about what those with no guns could do to help if it all goes down. As I was leaving, a neighbor pulled up to talk, and then another from the other direction. The second neighbor said, “We’re blocking the road!”

I replied, “That’s the plan!” Here was my confirmation in my own head about what I had been thinking about.

Eisenhower really admired the way that the Nazis drove their Panzers at over 60 mph right to the Polish border during the Blitzkrieg. They used the Autobahn. So now we have the Dwight D. Eisenhower Interstate System.

Think this was built for your benefit? What about Ike’s proposed federal districts, which would replace the states? They were designed for rapid deployment of equipment during domestic strife.

So, you have no gun. But you do have a car. Ever see what happens on the Schuylkill Expressway or the Santa Monica Freeway when just one car gets disabled?

They need the highways to move their equipment. So when the shit goes down, if you have no gun but want to help, just find a bridge on an interstate with no exits really close by, stop on the bridge, shut your car off, jump out, lock the doors, and walk away. Ten cars can completely block the lanes and shoulders in both directions of a four lane highway. Two tractor trailers can do the same.

This also works in between high banks, or concrete barriers. And in a construction zone? Forget about it! It will snarl within minutes. Seconds during rush hour. You will force them off of the main roads. Then we block the secondaries, too. The plan is to delay deployment. They will then be dependent upon air power for anything they want to do fast.

If it’s a junker, you could even use a molotov cocktail and burn it right there on the bridge.

And think about if all the cars blocking the highways all had armed drivers…

The way it is looking, the Patriots may win this war on the information front eventually, without ever having to fire a single shot. I certainly hope so. But you need to have a plan, just in case. And keep the pressure up on them. Never, ever, stop. To stop pressuring them for even a moment is to surrender your Republic and its Constitution to them. That ain’t gonna happen.


Gary W. Harper

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I am a working stiff who finds it hard to get all the bills paid sometimes. I am basically happy with my far-from-boring, crazy, albeit fulfilled life. But I have watched the earth and the people upon it for a very long time now. And I know that the Freedoms of the Upper Man, whose last stronghold on earth is the United States of America, are under constant attack by the Scarlet Babylonian Antichrist, and by the Beast upon who She rides. So now, after all of these years of obscurity behind the Green Hedge, beneath the Veil of the Chuppah, above the Smoky Glass Ceiling, it is time to speak of the things which I have always Known, and have seen and heard, and have been taught on that Fateful Day, by John Daniel.
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  1. A couple guys with chainsaws work really well as well.

  2. OK. I see your point and certainly this is something that can be done, but let me mention that there is a possibility that the GRID will go down and we won’t be able to use our cars. If that happens, the only way the car-blocking idea would work if it could be employed before the GRID is totally out. Just saying…

  3. The older vehicles are better, but there are few of them around anymore. This will work before they shut everything down. In initial stages, they still want everyone going to work so the tax monies keep coming in. Also, if you shut it all down, even Liberals will be your head at that point.

  4. Joe Kelly says:

    Love it. That’s called thinking out side the box. Anything will work. From dirt to k barriers that are staggered. Pot holes to logs. It’s amassing the resources and backwards planing that will win.

  5. Even a chain saw can drop big trees on back roads.

  6. P.Y. says:

    Tanks don’t need roads.

    • carrn says:

      Oh but they do,and bridges,and railroads,and great big thin skinned gas tankers to fill up their thirsty gas tanks.just sayen?

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