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January 20, 2020 predictive video analysis

I have been reading and writing about the coming Buffalo Jump in Richmond, Virginia. It is shaping up to be made to order for people who would eliminate the independent part of our culture in order that we can all be under the thumb of the One World Government. Here is the post in its native turf. These guys published the show on BitChute. I made a copy to protect against their video suffering a takedown. See their show here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/V68nrFysqvha/ In case that doesn’t work, I have a copy below. Pro 2nd Amendment Protest in Richmond, VA Proceed With Caution from Ted Dunlap on Vimeo.

modern gun fights – three examples

January 20, 2020 could turn out to be a modern gun battle. We would be wise to look at how they work. The first one I want discuss is the Aurora movie theater shootings. A kid stoned out on prescription psychotropics was manipulated into gearing up with a gun and a gas mask, opening the emergency exit to let in a “partner” who shot up the place, then out of his fog he got a sense that this was not right and shot the shooter. The shooter left his gas mask behind, left a trail of blood to his getaway car, then disappeared FOREVER. That man had his exit planned before his entrance. He had cover in high places. […]

speaking of the representative from California

Nancy Pelosi is a People’s Republic of California masterpiece. She has spent 28 years living in the DC Swamp … really expensive digs and cost of living. Meanwhile moving herself into some of the most expensive housing in her very expensive district as a second home. During nearly 3 centuries ‘on the job’ Nancy somehow turned a $193,000 annual salary into a $200 million net worth… brilliant, shrewd investments, fershur. We have the best politicians money can buy. I have become a bit of a meme collector. The posters with pertinent sayings on them explain a lot much faster than long-winded diatribes. […]

“wildfires” and high speed rail paths “coincidentally” align

The pictures are blatantly clear. Santa Rosa, Paradise, Camp Fire, Australia. The Agenda 21 engineers have discovered FIRE. Rail corridors that would otherwise be impossible to purchase are coincidentally unoccupied and dirt cheap after record-setting fires conveniently follow their maps. Enlightened planners create community separators on their maps without apparent regard to the thousands of very nice, expensive homes occupying the same spaces, often for several generations. Suddenly *POOF* the separators are dirt and magical shrubs and trees that didn’t burn while adjacent houses turned to ash. According to current news reports they are supposedly wrestling with the decision to allow rebuilding or not. That is laughable… gee, I wonder what they will decide? Once in a while their […]

Idaholiberty arises from the ashes

Something changed. I don’t know what or how, but it became relatively easy for me to cross post from my other blogs. I begrudged the time it was taking me to re-craft articles from Bitterroot Bugle.com, The Fixer.biz, and Ted Dunlap.net that I thought would fit here. So I quit. Today the cross posting is working like it did years ago. I don’t know how or why, but there it is.

comms plans for Darby Dog Derby

The 2020 Bitterroot dogsled race weekend is coming up. I have the two-way-radio support plan mapped out, radios programmed, testing complete, batteries all charged up … I think we are as ready as we can get. For more details about the weekend, the participants and the races, go to The Bitterroot Mushers website. Each year we learn more, adding refinements to patch holes as we find them. Ideally we have 8 checkpoints with a checkpoint worker and a radio operator at each. That’s a bit dreamy as the last couple years we are lucky to have one person serving both roles at each. Bitterroot Emergency Amateur Radio Services (BEARS), the comms team, recently changed affiliation to Corvallis American Legion […]

Independence Day

Renaming it “4th of July” is not merely laziness. Of course it is the 4th on your calendar, but it is a celebration representing some brave fighters’ Declaration of Independence from a powerful parasitic class of people who had demonstrated a monopoly on violence and oppression. They won a round. The ruling elite had to reorganize. It took a hundred years and another major military war that the freedom fighters lost… not by much, mind you, but they did lose. I just ask you today to spend a little time thinking about independence from oppression, the risks those rebels took and the benefits they won for many subsequent generations. Consider also who is threatened by such thinking and why their […]

Idaho Liberty .com is moving

It has taken me a long time to reach this decision, but I will be retiring this website. I have been posting almost exactly the same content at Bitterroot Bugle .com since I moved from Idaho in 2013, and reinvigorated that old-time newspaper name from this territory last used in the late 1800s. I encourage you to replace any link for Idaho Liberty that you may have stored with one to Bitterroot Bugle .com. Ted Dunlap playing with the Grand Canyon in a trombone choir of echoes on one otherwise quiet February 1st morning … utilizing a pitch-adjustable bugle Montana elk bull bugling its territorial claimsI was amazed and thrilled when the first name for my Montana blog that jumped […]

flood warning

This epic snow will go somewhere when it melts. Are the ‘somewheres’ in your area going to handle that easily or should you be making plans for flooding? As I mentioned in The Blizzard of ’19 last month, this unnatural heavy snow is setting us up for a special spring melt season. Here in The Bitterroot we stand at 143% of a normal water year. That is one piece of the flooding risk matrix. There is a large potential flow for our river. The threat gets REAL when warm rains bring the snow down in too big of a hurry for the river banks to contain. ——– the KPAX article warns ——– Ravalli County residents urged to prepare for […]

dimbulb savings time

Sure is a shame about the hour I am losing this weekend. It was the one hour of the year I intended to spend worshiping our government… maybe next year. While there is even a .gov website describing circadian rhythms, other than the governments of Arizona and Hawaii, the rest of the governments within the USofA seem to be clueless about it. I’ll put it in simple terms even a legislator can comprehend: Messing with our clocks messes us up. The ONLY purpose it serves is to twice every year demonstrate governmental control over our daily lives. It COSTS the economy money. It kills hundreds of people every year. And, most importantly, It pisses me off. One year I skipped […]

gear reviews

I have read of, seen photos and videos of five star rating factories in China. It used to be that eBay, Amazon and others gave shoppers great value in their reviews and ratings. Price being equal, purchasing equations favored online because the ratings and reviews led you from the poorly designed or constructed to the good stuff. No more. Large buildings stuffed with cheap computers, great Internet access and hundreds of full-time low-wage workers crank out reviews for products undeserving of one five star rating, let alone thousands of them. An average review rating of 4 1/2 stars may well mean ten honest one-star review being overwhelmed by the manufacturer’s ratings factory. Reviews now read like e-mail or Craigslist scams: […]

gee, the weather seems odd …

This post, which is near and dear to my heart, comes from USA Watchdog.com. There is no superior expert on our side than Dane Wigington. In the article and video below, Greg Hunter and Dane talk about the importance of awakening the masses to what is going on over our heads and right in front of our faces. I continue to be amazed that people can avoid seeing it. Her is some help in seeing what many of us see. Ted Dane Wigington – We Face Abrupt Climate Collapse By Greg Hunter On March 6, 2019 In Political Analysis 64 Comments By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Climate engineering researcher Dane Wigington says this year’s unusually cold winter in the United States was […]