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Return of Kings urges Red Pillers to take up arms in case Donald Trump is assassinated

Praise The Donald and pass the ammunition?
Praise The Donald and pass the ammunition?

I used to be a fairly regular watcher of Doomsday Preppers, the NatGeo “reality” show profiling a motley assortment of paranoid goofballs preparing themselves (and their sometimes enthusiastic, sometimes resentful families) in their own unique ways for what they saw as the impending end of the world.

One thing that was striking about the show was that each of the doomsday preppers was preparing for a different doomsday.

Some were expecting fairly standard-issue apocalypses involving things like giant earthquakes, economic collapses or worldwide pandemics; others were more, well, creative, worrying about solar flares and, in one case, a shift in the earth’s magnetic poles, which the prepper in question thought would send the continents themselves skittering around the globe.

Now the folks at right-wing garbage site Return of Kings are talking about their own version of doomsday, which they think could be caused not by some giant natural disaster but by the assassination of Donald Trump. 

In a post suffused with melodramatic paranoia, RoK contributor David Garrett Brown urges his fellow Red Pillers to stock up on guns, food and medicine in order to prepare for what he predicts will be a period of  “panic and craziness that will follow an attack on Trump.”

Never mind that an assassination is highly unlikely, to put it mildly. Never mind that the United States has survived the assassination of several presidents, as well a civil rights giant Martin Luther King, without falling apart.

We survived 9/11. We’ve survived devastating earthquakes and hurricanes and a flu pandemic that killed more than half a million Americans in 1918-1919 (and possibly as many as 100 million worldwide, far more than the number who died in World War I). As awful as all these things were, our country is still here.

It’s clear that Brown’s doomsday scenario isn’t based on a sober look at history. It’s a histrionic reaction to the protests that have dogged Trump at most of his recent rallies:

[V]iolent mobs descended on Trump’s rally in Chicago. Psuedo-journalist Michelle Fields accused Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski of assault in a bid to stir up white knight antipathy against The Donald and even violence. Protestors in Arizona blocked highways and then complained about being “run over.” The list goes on.

Where to even start with that? It takes a certain amount of chutzpah to pretend that the violence at Trump rallies has been caused by “very angry leftist zombies hellbent on destruction” rather than by the Trump supporters who have been caught on film punching and pushing and otherwise manhandling peaceful protesters.

It takes something more than chutzpah to pretend that Lewandowski’s assault on Fields — also caught on camera — was somehow an assault on Trump and his fans.

Oh, and the fact that a small number of protesters blocked a highway for several hours does not portend THE LITERAL APOCALYPSE.

At various points in his post, Brown writes about the possible assassination of Trump as if it has already happened. In this remarkable and revealing sentence, Brown starts off by referring to an entirely hypothetical assassination, only to switch to past tense at the end, as if the murder had already happened:

If [an assassination] happens, leftwing luminaries and the media will be shown to have no control over their supporters, despite them stoking the very same hatred that ended up killing him.

There’s a reason for this, of course. Brown is so eager to affix blame for the (hypothetical) assassination that he has to pretend it’s a done deal — and that it was leftists (plural) who done it. (Never mind that it’s Trump’s enemies on the right who are far more likely to spend their Saturdays at the gun range.)

Brown, happily playing the victim on behalf of his audience of Red Pill Trumpists, seems to think that veritable pogroms will be unleashed against Trump supporters in the wake of the hypothetical assassination. And so he encourages his readers to stock up on guns for their “self-defense.”

Protecting yourself and your family will be paramount if Trump is assassinated, especially if you have not associated yourself with any leftwing cause … It is up to you to help secure yourself and those you love, including with legal firearms. …

[W]ith an assassination, things will get very bad very quickly. Violence against Trump’s person will beget more criminal acts against his supporters and those aligned even moderately with him (i.e. the Republican Party).

Like a lot of doomsday preppers, Brown seems a little too enthusiastic about the prospect of shooting enemies in alleged self-defense. Indeed, at one point he seems to suggest that Trump supporters should bring guns to future Trump rallies even if the billionaire is still alive and kicking.

In Chicago, leftwing hate groups insisted that free speech and freedom of assembly are rights reserved only for people like themselves. We had fists in this case, but expect far more lethal means going forward.

Great. In fact, other Trump fans have already started talking about forming Trump-friendly militias; RoK contributor and Roosh pal Matt Forney even suggested that Trumpists take guns with them to polling places.

Brown also seems to think that the evil leftists want a crisis as much as he does. Sorry, as much as he doesn’t, wink wink nudge nudge. Why? Because debt.

US government debt is currently at 20 trillion, significantly higher than annual GDP. Liberals and others, although most do not know it, need the crisis of something like an assassination on a controversial conservative figure to absolve themselves of the financial mess they have helped create.

If anyone can make sense of the, er, logic here, let me know.

In addition to buying guns and survivalist supplies Brown also encourages gun-toting, apocalypse-expecting Red Pill Trump fans to join up with “[o]rganizations such as (conservative) churches, gun clubs, informal Tea Party groups, [and] neighborhood watch programs,” because, clearly, what neighborhood watch groups need more than anything is a sudden influx of paranoid dickwads with brand new guns aching for an excuse to shoot “SJWs” and possibly black people generally.

Oh, and Brown also suggests joining veteran’s groups, but I can’t imagine many Return of Kings readers are veterans of any wars other than the ones that take place on Twitter.

In the comments to the post, RoK readers talk about how cool Donald Trump is and happily fantasize about the coming apocalypse.

League of Shadows celebrates what he seems to think will be the inevitable victory of the white man:

BLM and MS 13 discount the white man’s ability to wage war.

We are accomplished in this skill set beyond the capabilities of some feral street gangs.

YosarriansRight expects to see something straight out of a TV show:

It becomes a “The Walking Dead” survival scenario. Those that stick to “tea & crumpets” are dead. Those that improvise, adapt and overcome, survive.

Social Darwinism in action.

Bob Smith urges his comrades not to think small:

If sh*t hits the fan REALLY hard, we should prepare to become warlords so we don’t just survive, but so we can kick the SJWs’ asses and take our country back.

A few commenters are a bit less impressed. Someone called Kay dismisses the doomsday talk as “arrant nonsense.” He asks:

If Trump dies, so what?

Lincoln died and a nation wept, Luther King died and a nation wept, Demosthenes died and his people rightly wept, Timoleon, probably the greatest of them all died, and to this day, I read of him ,and bow in humble respect. …

I won’t be surprised if Trump himself arranged for this rubbish to further inflame his uneducated redneck simpleton crack crowd.

Hardcore Realist, meanwhile, declares the post

a sick joke. ROK’s articles have been on the decline since they start recycling old articles just to satisfy the readers. But this nonsense article is pure insanity. Nobody is conspiring to kill Moron Don since he prattles on about some YUGGGGEEEE wall that he’s gonna build on the border. …

Goes to show your abject stupidity in blindly following the Moron Don. As a white man to another white man, I tell you that Trump has skillfully played with your emotions.You are blinded by his vacuous speeches . Is it any wonder why uneducated jackasses form the majority of Trump-Tards?

Someone calling himself Danger responds:

so how long have you hated white men and western civilization?

Putting more guns in the hands of angry, paranoid bigots rarely ends well.

 

 

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weirwoodtreehugger
4 years ago

I’m often struck by how much the right these days sounds like Charles Manson.

Nequam
Nequam
4 years ago

You’d think the Oregon militia thing would’ve tipped him off. There haven’t even been localized uprisings over that.

dreemr
dreemr
4 years ago

I can’t help but love it that some forward-thinker proposes that some of them should prepare to become warlords. “Honey, did you want some more chicken nuggets?” “MOM SHUDDUP I’M PREPARING TO BECOME A WARLORD!”

I hope at least a few are planning and preparing to become Philosopher Kings, as well!

Viscaria
Viscaria
4 years ago

It becomes a “The Walking Dead” survival scenario. Those that stick to “tea & crumpets” are dead. Those that improvise, adapt and overcome, survive.

Social Darwinism in action.

That’s not actually going to happen, but if it did, it would just be regular Darwinism. Social Darwinism is this whole other thing.

Three Snakes
4 years ago

Are these people talking about the apocalyptic race war they love to babble on about? Sounds like it.

Bina
4 years ago

a period of “panic and craziness that will follow an attack on Trump.”

More like the world will shrug, and keep on turning. Only panic, etc., that I see following on this imaginary attack will be coming from Drumpfites themselves. And they sound like they’re positively salivating at the prospect of running hog-wild.

Number Sequence
Number Sequence
4 years ago

So, did this guy see some of the articles or petitions condemning Trump for his violence inciting rhetoric and decide that his counter argument would be, “Nuh-uh, you!” or something?

BoinkBoinkBoinkBoinkBoinkBoink
BoinkBoinkBoinkBoinkBoinkBoink
4 years ago

It’s weird all the groups in the MRM, from the PUAs to the MRAs to the MGTOWs, all have these gleeful doomsday scenarios where they think everyone who opposes them will face some sort of Armageddon-style comeuppance.

It reminds me of how Eric Harris used to write fantasies about being one of the last humans left alive to survive in the world.

Scary stuff. But I’d love to know the psychology/psychiatry behind it.

Bina
4 years ago

BLM and MS 13 discount the white man’s ability to wage war.

We are accomplished in this skill set beyond the capabilities of some feral street gangs.

LOLwut?

These are the guys who obsess for hours on end about how to out-alpha each other at “seducing” women who don’t want them, and who waste Bog only knows how much money on books to that effect, when they’re not going on cheap-ass sex tours to countries where the locals rightly despise them for their dumb-white-dude entitlement. They have zero “accomplishments” in this “skill set”, beyond fantasizing themselves as ‘roided-up Rambos.

Also, BLM is a peaceful movement, and MS-13 are a gang from a war-torn country that white guys from the US basically wrecked to the point where drug trafficking and street violence became the only means to survival for young Salvadoran males. One of these things is not like the other.

And these idiot white supremacists should count themselves lucky that no one is actually threatening them. The only real danger they’re in is of being pointed and laughed at.

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
4 years ago

If sh*t hits the fan REALLY hard, we should prepare to become warlords so we don’t just survive, but so we can kick the SJWs’ asses and take our country back.

Because, as we all know, that’s totally how it works, even in Fiction Land.

No, wait. Warlords are always villains and always die at the end.

Jesus, their fiction isn’t even believable as fiction.

Bina
4 years ago

@Nequam:

You’d think the Oregon militia thing would’ve tipped him off. There haven’t even been localized uprisings over that.

Well, there have been…but it was locals rising up to reject these “militia” clowns and say “get your disrespectful asses off our public lands”. Not exactly the kind of uprising these turkeys were hoping for.

FrickleFrackle
FrickleFrackle
4 years ago

Okay asmuch as I like guns aesthetically and culturally, *why* are these chucklefucks so obsessed with “self-defense”? It’s quite disturbing. Just go to a range if you want to fire them, folks. Or is having a safe space to fire guns in too similar to the ohEMGEE ESJAYDOUBLEYOU idea of safe spaces in the minds of these bozos?

GiJoel
GiJoel
4 years ago

Don’t worry the Donald will use your baby as a shield, to protect his sacred body. And you’ll thank him for it. /sarcasm

edit: Man, I just looked at the clip for the assassination in The Dead Zone. So many angry white men in the comment section, ugh.

OoglyBoggles
OoglyBoggles
4 years ago

I was practically salivating over how the events of the Oregon federal takeover by sovereign citizens transpired. Nothing made me happier to know that the FBI is competent and would not allow those crazed, dangerous fools one drop of blood sans the one crazed dude who repeatedly wanted to die for a cause. That and seeing every moment where they floundered in completely pathetic fashion as every traitor was pretty much slapped down into subservience, all done so well the entire sovereign citizen movement got pushed back years, perhaps decades, delaying the next cycle of deranged gun nuts. I hold no sympathy for those who believe that using women and children as meatshields, and threaten to take their fight to the towns in the name of “freedom.”

Now if they actually do stage terror attacks for Trump, I would like to believe the FBI would also show that they will not tolerate such outright violence that the Trump supporters crave.

@FrickleFrackle
Self defense gives them the mentality of being the good guy, because assaulting a person first in their minds make you automatically the bad guy or in this case the “bully.” No the irony is not appreciated by them.

skybison
skybison
4 years ago

Okay this is probably a giant Godwin on my part, but reading this post reminded me of the Rwanda Genocide. The President of Rwanda Juvenal Habyarimana was (probably) assassinated by his own supporters in the Hutu-power movement as a pretext for the genocide. So hearing Trump fans salivating over the idea of all the mass violence they’d get to do if he was killed…. Donald if you’re reading this, I’d watch my back around these people if I were you.

Just to be clear I don’t think any Red Pillers are planning a genocide, nor could they pull one off if they were. But that’s what came to mind.

OoglyBoggles
OoglyBoggles
4 years ago

@skybison
He who lies with dogs should not be surprised to rise with fleas. I almost would bet real money at the idea of Trump going down kicking and screaming at the nomination/general election. The screaming would be the throws of being relevant one last time before his career getting dead in the water. Maybe even say something like “election rigged”.

Regardless I do wholly expect violence to occur over a period of time after Trump inevitably loses.

TheLurker
TheLurker
4 years ago

@Bina Considering how many people dislike him, I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a small amount of celebration as well as shrugs
and
@BoinkBoinkBoinkBoinkBoinkBoink Haven’t you ever seen Bob’s Burgers? It’s how they get to sleep at night 🙂

Sir Bodsworth Rugglesby III
Sir Bodsworth Rugglesby III
4 years ago

What if… now this is just a suggestion, Red Pill guys… what if civilization collapsed, but instead of being rebuilt the way you want it its rebuilt in a way you’d like less. Like you have to press 2 for English or something, or all the characters in the next Balder’s Gate are trans or something. Or more seriously, while the US is struggling the rest of the world just gets on with things and by the time you pull yourself out, everyone else is twenty years ahead of you?

Better hope Trump survives, if he’s the only thing between you and a fate like that.

OoglyBoggles
OoglyBoggles
4 years ago

@Sir Bodsworth Rugglesby III
Remember they see themselves as elites on hard times.

Binjabreel
Binjabreel
4 years ago

Wait wait wait wait….

Okay, so accepting this shmucks premise as true (which is an awful lot to accept, but bear with me)
… If the left was planning on shooting trump, why would there be violence afterward? We’d have won. That’d be it.

I guess it gives me vague hope for the human race that there are things asinine enough that even regular readers of RoK recognize as bullshit.

bluecat
bluecat
4 years ago

There really are some people who would quite like to be war lords, and seem to be just looking for an excuse.

They’d probably be very, very bad at it, but it would still be disastrously unpleasant for anyone who got near them.

Steampunked
Steampunked
4 years ago

The excitement at the idea of Doomsday is the fantasy that they are what they have thought all along – exceptional and needed. Those others will come crawling back to them, they sure will! And they will laugh, LAUGH and spit on them!!!

All their lives, the fiction has been that they are worthwhile and perfect because they are, by nature, exceptional. The failures despite amazing privilege are not from lack of competance or just bad luck, but a blight on social order. We’re looking at believers in manifest destiny trying to make sense of a world where not only do minorities get shittier treatment, but somehow it all STILL doesn’t result in paradise and everyone agreeing that They Are The Best.

Cognitive dissonance hurts, so you come up with conspiracy theories where not only are you guiltless, but you’re the hero! Wooo! You get to be the Chosen One AND still keep those pesky poc down AND that’s what will save the world!

Argle Bargle (formerly Carr)
Argle Bargle (formerly Carr)
4 years ago

Even if someone were to shoot the walking Cheeto with a mop on it’s head, what? There have been a lot of important people who were killed and most of them knew more than 10 words and actually made/strived to make the world a better place. What would the world lose if Trump was killed? Yes, his family would be sad, because duh. I wouldn’t like it, because as much as I dislike the guy, I wouldn’t want him to be killed (and I assume most people think like that). But really, he doesn’t have anything that makes the world better, be it actions or ideas, it would be just another dead rich guy. They act as if he’s God or something.

Also, it’s a bit weird how they go on about how great he is and how much they love him, but act a bit too enthusiastic at the thought of him getting killed.

GiJoel
GiJoel
4 years ago

The sad fact is that Ted cruze is way more horrible than drump.

Jamesworkshop
Jamesworkshop
4 years ago

@Argle Bargle (formerly Carr)

Also, it’s a bit weird how they go on about how great he is and how much they love him, but act a bit too enthusiastic at the thought of him getting killed.

No doubt that some of them have opined about “male disposability” in the past.

Jimbtho
Jimbtho
4 years ago

@ Bina: ‘Also, BLM is a peaceful movement, and MS-13 are a gang from a war-torn country that white guys from the US basically wrecked to the point where drug trafficking and street violence became the only means to survival for young Salvadoran males. One of these things is not like the other.’

Yeah, I too was struck by the incongruity of that pairing. Plus if there ever was a face-off between Red Pillers (who spend their time bitching on the Internet, and…maybe…trying to put their unpleasant ideas about dominance and control into practice in the ‘sexual marketplace’) and a Salvadoran street gang (who spend their time surviving and fighting for dominance over OTHER ARMED GANGS and possibly the police) I think I know who I’d put my money on.

Pietro_McM
Pietro_McM
4 years ago

Donald Drumpf/Trump as the last hope for Western civilization. Things have come to a pretty pass.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
4 years ago

I love how the Republican Party is only “moderately aligned” with their own frontrunner for President.

Saphira
Saphira
4 years ago

The Republican Party isn’t aligned with Trump at all. Frankly, with both the Dems and his own party hating him, I can’t see him having an effective presidency if he (God forbid) wins or being elected for a second term. Congress will not let him do squat. They’ll oppose him every step of the way.

Besides, I’ve heard speculation it’s going to be a brokered convention and that they’re going to reject all the candidates in favor of Paul Ryan. That’s probably just someone’s wishful thinking, but it is going to be interesting to see what happens.

Silver
Silver
4 years ago

Someone shared a video about the Ohio incident where someone rushed the stage and in the comments, one guy said that it showed that Trump “had been” assasintated. describing some make of plastic comb that converts into a knife that was used in order to avoid being detected by the metal detectors. I asked had I missed something? and he then went on, and on about how stupid I was, the video clearly showed a knife etc etc, repeating the make of this convertible knife, the motivation of the assassin, how the press were covering up the truth etc etc. When I said that we seemed to be missing a body, he responded – just because there was no body – did not mean that there had not been a murder. How stupid was I!!!! There was no persuading him that this little conspiracy theory of his was just in his imagination rather than any kind of reality, but reason seems to escape these guys.

EJ (The Other One)
4 years ago

I hope that Donald Trump is not assassinated. I hope he lives for a long time. In fact, I hope he lives for fucking ever, long enough to see his world stolen from him. I hope he survives to see America become a Spanish-speaking country with a generous welfare state. I hope he lives long enough to see gender and race cease to exist as social concepts, and to see Keynes’s “Euthanasia of the Rentier” occur.

It is in the nature of pacifists to wish life upon our enemies.

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
4 years ago

Besides, I’ve heard speculation it’s going to be a brokered convention and that they’re going to reject all the candidates in favor of Paul Ryan. That’s probably just someone’s wishful thinking, but it is going to be interesting to see what happens.

No way. Nominating that perennial loser would be a worse choice than Reagan’s disinterred skull painted up to look like a Magic 8 Ball. Just a flat-out admittance that the Dems have already won.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
4 years ago

@Saphira

What that really means is that Republican politicians aren’t aligned with their voters.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
4 years ago

@EJ

I’m not sure Trump would care about any of that. He just cares about being right, which doesnt necessarily mean that he needs to have been right all along. He’ll just say that he was right. I honestly believe none of this makes a difference to Trump. If the US made a switch to Spanish as the official language, Trump could very well claim he’s been in support of the switch all along.

This is why Trump can’t really be attacked by any other candidate. He doesn’t care about being proven wrong, and neither do his supporters. He’ll just either maintain his opinion and make up “facts” to support it, or he’ll change his mind and pretend as if he never believed that other thing. There’s literally no policy that matters to Trump.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
4 years ago

@SFHC

I’ve heard they might nominate Mitt Romney’s head.

dreemr
dreemr
4 years ago

For those of us who were adults in the 80s, and perhaps tried to minimize some of our Midwestern parochialism by reading Spy magazine, Trump really is nothing but a buffoon with some money. Even his “Apprentice” persona the buffoonery shines through.

I wouldn’t be happy if he were killed, and I don’t hate him as a politician – he’s the same clown he’s always been. It is kind of funny to see him so popular, to see that some people actually take him seriously. To me it’s so obvious that he’s the same bloviating fool he’s always been, talking out both sides of his mouth trying to say what his supporters want to hear. He doesn’t give a crap about his wall or any of his other weird proposals.

Even if he’s elected, he won’t be able to get anything done. And I promise you, he will not be elected.

Cruz is far more of a terror, but luckily I believe he is unelectable.

kupo
kupo
4 years ago

The sad fact is that Ted cruze is way more horrible than drump.

In what ways? I understand that he’s awful, but from where I’m sitting, Trump seems a whole lot worse. Dude would make sure I get punished for having a medical procedure done, for fuck’s sake. (He may have retracted that, but I still think that’s actually what he would try to do if he had the power.)

snork maiden
4 years ago

The worst of it is that most of these numpties actually want this to happen. I’ll bet they watch The Walking Dead, and root for Negan.

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
4 years ago

we should prepare to become warlords

Check your local adult ed catalog. They should have an introductory course on how to translate your mall ninja and paramilitary woo skills into raising a private army and assuming control of local extractable resources.

Actually, scratch that. Wanting to be a warlord is really the only qualification you need. You’ve got the jump on those wimpy peacenik liberals who haven’t even thought about it, and are thus totally unprepared and vulnerable.

…I’m picturing these guys running around a blighted landscape with katana swords screaming “I’M the warlord! Not you! Me!” like kids fighting over who gets to be Batman.

maghavan
maghavan
4 years ago

Michelle Fields accused Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski of assault in a bid to stir up white knight antipathy against The Donald and even violence.

This made me think of Doomsday movie where the a tiny band struggles to survive in a world filled with White-clad Arthurian Knights who run through anyone not in armor and on horseback.

With the Zombie Apocalypse now super played-out, perhaps the Arthurian Apocalypse will catch on with the trend-setters …… but probably not.

DMW
DMW
4 years ago

It just hit me why almost everything these guys say sounds so distantly familiar. I never understood until just now, reading them crow about how super tough and important they’ll be in the post-apocalypse: they’re Tunnel Snakes.

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
4 years ago

I also love how in their imaginary doomsday scenarios, the Army, National Guard, FBI, Red Cross, police, firefighters, and EMTs are rendered magically impotent. As if those organizations don’t spend 24/7 prepping for emergency scenarios. As if the Army is going to stare wistfully out the window at Trump supporters waging war in the streets and sigh, “If only we had tanks and tear gas and trained, experienced personnel and military strategists. We’re just no match for keyboard warriors and their stockpiled #10 cans of green beans. They’re PREPARED.”

mildlymagnificent
mildlymagnificent
4 years ago

If anyone can make sense of the, er, logic here, let me know.

Come on, David. You write to inform and entertain us.

Turning our brains turn into frazzled pretzels is not part of the deal.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
4 years ago

@ Buttercup

One of the roles of The Inns of Court Regiment (a military unit comprising mainly of barristers) is to get an internet service up and running after the apocalypse. So even our friends ability to be keyboard warriors will be dependant upon the fact the military prepare for this sort of thing*.

(*Access to the system will probably be limited to useful people)

LindsayIrene
4 years ago

I’m often struck by how much the right these days sounds like Charles Manson.

Let’s hope the RoK crowd doesn’t ever learn Manson’s technique for picking up women, which he honed during his career as a pimp.

FrickleFrackle
FrickleFrackle
4 years ago

^^^^They can’t be Tunnel Snakes because Tunnel Snakes Rule!

Kevin
Kevin
4 years ago

So a Trumpeter thinks he’s Nathan Holn…(house point for identifying the allusion.)

Fabe
Fabe
4 years ago

It just hit me why almost everything these guys say sounds so distantly familiar. I never understood until just now, reading them crow about how super tough and important they’ll be in the post-apocalypse: they’re Tunnel Snakes.

So if we save one does that mean He’ll admit we’re pretty tough and give us his leather jacket?

HeinzD
HeinzD
4 years ago

I love this idea that if you’re a good leftie you’ll have no survival skills at all. I grew up on a farm and am perfectly capable not only of growing food but of slaughtering animals as needed and perfectly capable of using a gun. I don’t really like guns but as a tool they are pretty useful and am grateful to have that skill should their apocalypse happen.

I’m also a card carrying socialist so I would be more than happy to share my bounty with my fellow post-apocalytic survivors.

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