Monday, April 6, 2009

survive and thrive under marshall law

In every day conversation with like minded folks, and most especially on the alternative news net sites I constantly hear the fog horn voice of those who proclaim those words of posterity, "OUT OF MY COLD DEAD HANDS" well guess what folks those words are very true, if need be they will kill you to take those guns, food,

If you think the IRS or your local gung ho cop is hard to deal with, I've got news for ya, you ain't seen nothin yet. Just wait until you face a group of testosterone motivated 18 year olds with loaded M 16s at a check point. Science has proven that the human male brain is not capable of total rational thought until at least the age of 25, that's why the military uses those 18, 19 and 20 yr olds to do the grunt work.
they will be the ones Manning the check points, and conducting the weapons, and contraband searches. To reiterate my thought on bravery 'it's not the one who dies for his ideals that is the winner but the one who causes the other guy to die for his." In that vein, following are a few tips on how to cope under Marshall law.

First and foremost be sure that your stock of food and other essentials are in good order, travel will be extremely restricted, and most probably dangerous. Do not under any circumstances do any thing to draw attention to you or your family, no flashy jewelry, fancy cloths or kids playing battery operated toys in the back seat. Remember you always want to be known as just another starving citizen just trying to survive. Never never Carry any thing that can be construed as a weapon of any kind., pocket knife, scissors, screw driver ect.

Always have any necessary paper work ready to present in a neat orderly packet.

Never look a posted guard directly in the eye, chances are they will be nervous and frightened of you, and a perceived threatening look or attitude from you will not result in a friendly response, and most times will result in an undesired one.

If approaching a check point in a vehicle, always approach very slowly unless otherwise directed.

Roll the driver window down , and if there is a guard on each side of the car roll the passenger window down also.

Always be polite, and comply with all requests, with out argument, and in a careful deliberate manor. (remember you are not at that moment a free thinker but a thankful compliant sheeple)

When given a pass slowly drive away from the location. They won't appreciate rocks and dirt spun up on their spit shined boots.


Here the process is much the same. The chances are it will either be a hotter or colder experience than a drive through and therefore, more stressful. Be patient exasperation will only draw unwanted notice and response.

Do not resist a pat down, or frisk as some call it.

After passing the check point do not look back, they will think you got away with something, and this will again draw unwanted attention.


Remember that under Marshall law you have no personal or property rights.

Be sure that all weapons in the house are "legal" any others should have long ago been stashed in a safe place. If they find any that are not legal you probably won't have time to pack a bag before they drag you off to the camp, or worse to prison.

Do not have any ammo for any weapon that is not legal where it can be found, this will immediately result in a complete search of your property, and a grueling interrogation, and possible incarceration.

Have on hand in the house only three days to a weeks worth of food and water, the rest should be stashed.

Remember that all excess food, tools, ammo, or other needed items will be considered contraband and will most probably label you as a black marketeer, and barter under Marshall law will be considered blackmarketeering and could be punishable by imprisonment or execution.

These are the basics of survival under Marshall law, I am fully aware that these rules are distasteful and hard to swallow, but they are necessary if you are to survive to help rebuild your great country when the time is right.

live to fight another day

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