Thursday, January 12, 2012

January 12 Bunker Index - Everyday is a New Day

I tossed and turned most of last night for no real reason. Sometimes you just can't unplug your brain. Three hundred things face me and need doing and all seem equally high on the priority list. So how shall I do them? One at a time, I suppose. That's the way we were meant to handle things.

Setting up a new homestead is hard work, but the labor is enjoyable. It provides intellectual challenges as well as physical ones. It is living as God intended for man to live, and fully exercising one's capacity as He also intended. It is the most fulfilling thing I have ever done for my family.

But alas, there's still a world outside and it seems to be growing more dire.

1. Still believe that electing Republicans in 2012 will fix our problems? GOP leadership increased our debt by $1 trillion in 10 months and also passed the NDAA. If Republicans are elected, with the possible exception of Ron Paul, then I suspect everything that Obama implemented will stay the same and we will continue down the course of self-destruction.

2. An Iranian-born Christian convert who worked to convert Muslims to Christianity is missing and is feared to have been kidnapped by Muslims. The scary thing is that she wasn't converting them in Saudi Arabia, Iran, or Iraq ... but in Australia. It may prove that Muslims are now kidnapping Christians in Western countries to be murdered for the "crime" of conversion.

3. Homeland security is now in full citizen monitoring mode. When will Americans wake up? First they monitor you, then come the secret arrests and the gulags. They are putting all of the apparatus in place. Stalin dreamed of technology like this.

4. In NJ, a mayor is offering a $1000 reward for people who turn in their neighbors for owning guns. Not sure if guns are actually illegal in his town (I'm assuming so) or how he gets away with this.

5. A new strain of swine flu is making the rounds and has already infected 12. Watch out! I got this thing a couple of years ago and it was awful.

1 comment:

HermitJim said...

Some bad times ahead, I'm afraid!

Hope for the best and prepare for the worse!