Greetings and Salutations to All my Kith and Kin and All the Ships in Outer Space:
I just now returned to my room from noon chow in the mess hall, where I enjoyed a delicious cheeseburger with lettuce and tomatoes, French fries, a grilled ham and cheese sandwich (which wasn't very good), two glasses of ice cold Coca-Cola, a bowl of tropical fruit, a bowl of blueberry bread pudding, and a cup of vanilla ice cream.
Mmmmmm, boy, but them vittles was plumb larrupin'!
While I was sitting at my table, I looked around at the other residents, and marvelled at our comfortable lives here in Gulfport, Mississippi, at the Armed Forces Retirement Home.
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As I looked all around the room, I couldn't help but wonder, with our current national situation, just how much longer will these luxuries continue to last?
Indeed, will ALL retirement homes soon become a thing of the past?
Will anyone even be able to "retire" from a lengthy career?
What's to become of all the elderly and disabled citizens in our population?
You must admit, our future does not bode well.
As I'm typing this message, our national debt is well over sixteen trillion dollars, and rapidly increasing.
I'm wondering if anyone on the executive staff of the Armed Forces Retirement Home has created an alternative contingency plan in case of an imminent catastrophic total collapse of our national economy?
What will be THEIR actions in our behalf when all utilities stop functioning, public services cease, and the local community regresses into desperate violence and total anarchy?
Actually, I wouldn't expect them to be able to do anything, since logically, their first concern will be the survival of themselves and their loved ones.
Will the executive administration here at the Armed Forces Retirement Home ignore these questions, and/or simply respond by attempting to lull all of us residents with politically correct meaningless platitudes?
In reality, there's also a blatantly anti-White racial aspect to this looming menace, which because they are career bureaucrats, they dare not acknowledge or address.
But, I'm aware of it, so are a lot of other folks, and with each passing hour, more and more White people are slowly starting to realize the danger, even if they dare not openly mention it or discuss it.
And - - - , the problem is only going to fester and get worse, precisely BECAUSE the career federal bureaucrats are not able to openly acknowledge or address the issue of anti-White racial hostility.
However, IF they were honest, there ARE a number of preventative steps which could be implemented at this time.
First of all, be aware that when this happens, everything we currently take for granted probably won't exist.
With no gasoline, no vehicles will operate, so everything will have to be done manually, on foot.
Local store shelves will be empty, and even if there was anything left to buy, our money won't be worth anything.
Yes, in such a predicament, we'll actually be able to live like a millionaire, lighting cigars with a ten dollar bill - - - , or whatever.
There'll be no drinking water, no sewage, no garbage collection, no electricity, no gas, no telephone, no computer Internet, and no radio or television broadcasting.
All medical care, to include surgery and mortuary services, would have to be done here in the Armed Forces Retirement Home, as there would be no way to transport any patients.
The executive administration at the Armed Forces Retirement Home can begin stockpiling pallets, crates, and cases of military MREs, bottled water, medication, medical supplies, surgical supplies, oxygen tanks, burial shrouds, batteries of all types and sizes, manually operated generators, cold weather clothing, and sleeping bags.
As there will be no transportation, has anyone decided where on these grounds will be the Armed Forces Retirement Home cemetery?
By now, everyone should have deduced that, in this situation, there will also be NO response or protection from local police, fire, or ambulance services.
We will all be completely on our own, with every man for himself, and Devil take the hindmost.
The executive administration can begin fortifying the perimeter of the Armed Forces Retirement Home, and arming all personnel.
Remember, EVERY resident here is already trained and experienced in the use of multiple categories of firearms and explosive ordnance, and many of the residents have been in close combat under harsh, rigorous, and primitive conditions.
Many residents were trained to improvise weapons and booby traps, and to operate independently or in small tactical units.
So, why not use that resource?
Also, let's take a look at history.
How did the Soldiers' Home in Washington, D.C. survive during the Great Depression?
How did the Naval Home in Philadelphia, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, survive and continue to function?
What was different about our society and those two institutions during those years (which were a little over a decade in duration)?
With the changes that have taken place in contemporary society, would residents of the Naval Home and/or the Soldiers' Home still be able to survive?
Yes, the executive administration here at the Armed Forces Retirement Home can choose to ignore these questions, and/or even worse, once again refer the matter to United States Army psychiatrists, just as was done when I previously raised this issue.
But, does that really solve anything?