Just remember, this is being done on purpose

Hezbollah member caught entering USA, claims he wants to build a bomb.

A Lebanese migrant who was caught sneaking over the border admitted he’s a member of Hezbollah, he hoped to make a bomb, and his destination was New York, The Post can reveal.

Basel Bassel Ebbadi, 22, was caught by border patrol on March 9 near El Paso, Texas. While in custody he asked what he was doing in the US, to which he replied: “I’m going to try to make a bomb,” according to a Border Patrol document exclusively obtained by The Post.

But Ebbadi later claimed in an interview that he had been trying to flee Lebanon and Hamas because he “didn’t want to kill people” and said “once you’re in in, you can never get out,” according to internal ICE documents.

Oh, yeah, he doesn’t want to kill people. That’s why he’s part of Hezbollah. Does anyone think that he’s the only terrorist to make it across our Southern border? Is there anyone out there who thinks we don’t have thousands of them in the USA already? And that doesn’t even begin to take in the thousands of military-aged males from China who are here. The bottom line is that we don’t know how many of them are here. The only thing you can be sure of is that the number is far, far higher than what is being reported.

It’s getting to the point where I think a false flag operation to disrupt the 2024 election is a real possibility. It might not even be a false flag at this point. Hell, I don’t know what is coming down the pike, I only know that it’s not good.

I’m blessed in the fact that I’ve had my cataract surgery, and I have 20/20 vision for the first time in my life. For those who don’t know, I used to have terrible eyesight. It almost kept me out of the Army, and it did keep me out of the Marines. When the doc was looking at my cataracts, he started talking about how I would see much better after the surgery. Sure, doc. Yeah, the cataract will be gone. He looked at me and said “No, I can put a toric lens into your eyes. You won’t need glasses anymore. Well, readers, but still….”

Ho. Lee. Crap. Wanna talk a life-changing event? I don’t know if I can express what a difference it is to people who’ve had perfect eyesight their entire lives, and who gripe about needing reading glasses as they age. I’ve had coke-bottles in front of my eyes since I was 7. They finally made contacts for my eyes when I was in my 20’s. This is the first time in my entire life I was able to wake up, open by eyes and just see. It cost me two grand per eye. Two thousand dollars. Per eye. The doc apologized about the cost. I would have paid ten times that.

I went shooting for the first time in a long time last Friday, and I can put holes in paper in a tight grouping once again. I was being forced to use my non-dominant eye for a while, but things are back to normal and I can at least take solace in the fact that if I have to shoot, I can do so. And I don’t need glasses or contacts in order to do it.

We’re also making local contacts, which will be crucial if anything bad does happen. People who can provide the things that we can’t create. Or who have access to it. And we have things that other people don’t have that we can use to trade, or collaborate.

I never thought when I re-enlisted that I would be looking at my government as the primary evil force in this country. Sure, I didn’t trust it, but I’ve watched it go from greedy to evil in the past two decades. And the only real force I have to stave it off is local. In reality, that’s the only force any of us have. We have no control over the corruptocrats in D.C. Not really. They’re getting rich by ignoring us. I don’t see that changing any time soon. But locally? Having a network of people locally and getting prepared will be about the only real thing we can do.

Anyways, my thoughts tend to drift towards the melancholy these days. Being able to delight in the small victories helps even me out. Like being able to see. Getting new chickens. Making connections. Plan accordingly.


  1. …I’ve watched it go from greedy to evil in the past two decades. 

    It cannot be said too often: “When force is made the standard, the murderer wins over the pickpocket.”


    • Chris on March 18, 2024 at 5:48 AM

    It places everything in perspective. Everyone I know keeps saying the usual refrain “How can they be this stupid!” however there is one common thread in these conversations; I can discuss various periods in our countries history with these people and point out not only how they’ve lied to us about why things have happened in the past, but also how these things have gotten us involved in things that we as a nation wanted to stay out of. They nod approvingly at the mention of this a d add their own insights as to how evil our own government is – especially with regards to events such as the JFK assassination – but try to get them to admit the same thing about our current regime and they can’t do it. I don’t understand why these people cannot make the leap. When asked why they don’t consider the actions of the current regime evil, I always hear the following, “Why would they do something like that?” Again, I cannot understand the disconnect.

    • Bear Claw on March 18, 2024 at 12:18 PM

    Let him in, a blue city awaits

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