Archive for April 18th, 2010

Our Prison Yard

When a guy goes to prison the second time, the first thing he looks for is his own race. Even the giant population in American prisons is split between northern and southern Mexicans.

I am sure that many a hippie on drug charges his first time tried walking over to the black and Hispanic inmates and tried to Bridge the Gap, but few of them were able to walk afterwards.

Prison is a desperate situation. This gives us a guide to what will happen when REAL terrorism begins. We got a look at some of it during Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.

By REAL Terrorism I mean the stuff that will make 9/11 look like a garden party. Atomic or biological warfare makes knocking down two buildings child’s play.

When I last mentioned this, commenters said Government would just use it as an excuse to crack down. I’ve been in that government, and I don’t think it would last long. I’ve worked in prisons, and I think that mentality would take over fast.

I watched a news segment on the new technology that made a suitcase atomic bomb feasible. To illustrate, the reporter put on a Russian Army uniform and left a suitcase of the right size and shape on a bench in New York City. He left it for an hour, time for him to get well out of blast range, and retrieved it on camera.

My thought was that that must have been the only thing left on a New York park bench for an hour that didn’t get stolen in the meantime. The blast would probably have occurred in Harlem. That, of course, was not discussed on camera.

The important thing about that segment is that it happened forty years ago, about 1969.

In 2009 the United States Government accounted that it had developed a complete plan for dealing with a suitcase bomb incident. It took them forty years to produce it, but it was not in response to the forty-year-old problem. They didn’t START on it until the Twin Towers attack in 2001.

So you could say that they didn’t take forty years to deal with an emergency. It really only took eight.

They have plans to isolate the area and bring in supplies and so forth.

You may notice that the problem with the above sentence is the word “the.” When the bomb goes off, how do we know it is “the” bomb? I think everybody would be looking for the next bomb to go off.

The 2009 plan was in terms of the 2001 attack. And it only deals with one potential super terror weapon.

There is an old saying, “You can’t plan for total disaster.” There seems to still be a lot of people who think there is a Genius Elite at work. My opinion is that if you still think that way you can’t predict the real future, particularly a real future where hundreds of thousands have been killed and you don’t know what is coming next.

Ever since The Obedient Generation, who learned that the Government had to tell them when and where to relieve themselves, our government has gotten stronger and our society has gotten weaker. I think the commenters who said super terrorism would just let Them take over completely are blind to who They are.

This government consists of millions of bureaucrats, some of whom wear costumes.

I believe that in OUR real world, there is a point, not very far away, when we would revert to a prison yard.