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Britain, where gun control worked to reduce crime so well they’re now trying knife control to contain the crime levels that have constantly been rising since most guns were banned.

Perhaps one day, the will realize that banning weapons won’t do a thing other than disarming law abiding citizens and leaving them defenseless.

Until then:

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“The will to win is nothing without the will to prepare." - Juma Ikangaa

gunrunnerhell:

The will to win is nothing without the will to prepare." - Juma Ikangaa

scandinavian-jawbreaker:

Wolves keep their solitude until they find a pack in which they truly belong.

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scandinavian-jawbreaker:

Wolves keep their solitude until they find a pack in which they truly belong.

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We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White Children. -David Lane
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The 12 Steps for Pagans 
For Self-Knowledge, Magickal
Growth and Progress in Recovery
by Khoury, sobriety date March
20, 1984
Today there are a large number of Pagans in recovery who are familiar with the 12 Steps. What most do not realize is that the 12 Steps, when suitably reworked to remove Judeo-Christian bias, form an almost foolproof method of spiritual progress, self-knowledge, and attainment of True Will.
Books available on various relevant subjects are often too narrowly focused to provide a comprehensive program of progress and growth. For example, Starhawk’s Truth or Dare, while an excellent guide for overcoming authoritarian programming, won’t do a thing for laziness.
Every now and again, pagans will realize that they have a problem that interferes with the healthy function of their lives. It does not matter what the problem is, the issue is that life has become unmanageable and something needs to be done. There are quite a few pagans who are wary of therapists. Discussing your conversations with the elementals, and claiming to be a god is a very quick way to wind up in the locked ward, being force-fed thorizine. Yet for us, these activities are a part of our day-to-day existence. Pagan therapists may be difficult or impossible to find. The solution is self-help of course, but the bewildering number of conflicting books dealing with pop-psychology, quick fixes, and magickal panaceas is guaranteed to confuse our brother, who after all just wants to know himself, and get over his propensity for couch surfing.
I have re-written the 12 steps to conform more closely with the ideologies of pagans, so that the semantics will not seem to suggest reversion to that monotheistic reality tunnel dominated by authoritarian moralistic thinking that the poor pagan fled from all those years (months) ago. Each step, except the fourth step, has suggestions for implementation, with the understanding that these are suggestions only, and an individual should use his/her own will and imagination in carrying them out. The fourth step is dealt with in another pamphlet, as it is long and all-encompassing and requires more room than we have here.
It should be said that the Big Book is essentially right when it states that selfishness and self-centeredness are the roots of the disease of alcoholism and drug addiction, but it goes a bit farther than that. These are the prime diagnostic criteria and the root issue of all of the personality disorders, and perhaps the source of most of what is wrong in our larger society. We, as a part of society, spent all kinds of time stepping on people’s feelings, destroying their property, hurting them, and hating ourselves. Now we can change that.
This method is designed to assist us in taking responsibility for our behavior, conscious and subconscious, so that we can eliminate self-pity, rationalization, and other forms of behavior that prevent us from realizing our True Wills. The Program consists of working/doing the Twelve Steps, each in his/her own way.
1. We admitted that we have given our power and wills to (alcohol, drugs, food, anger, people, places, things, situations, the past - whatever you are having issues with…) and that our lives had become unmanageable.

When you obsess on anything, whether it is an ex-lover, a desired future job, your temper, a resentment, or a substance, you have given your will to that thing or person. They now have power over you and you no longer have that power available to accomplish your goals. If it is making your life miserable, no matter what it is, it is a problem. If a person is making your life miserable, it is time to realize that you can not control others, and leave or have them leave. If your life is fairly good, and you do not feel out of control about anything, use this step to examine those situations where you have felt powerless in the past.
Make a list of all the things you feel are under your control. Be honest. If you listed your wife, children, or job, you are deluding yourself. We neither own nor control others. It is time to let go of those things that have nothing to do with your correct orbit as a star, in other words, everything that is not you.
If you drink too much, or feel like you will die if your mate leaves you, that should be listed under the First Step. If you belong to lots of organizations, have a family, and take in strays, people or animals, and are consistently offended at their lack of gratitude, you might have a codependency problem and need to let go of your need to manipulate the situation to feel worthwhile. Your feelings may be out of control, and you feel powerless to control their expression.
The goal here is to differentiate between what is rightfully under your lawful power, and where you are infringing on the Wills of others. It can be an internal falling apart -depression, being “high strung,” using alcohol, drugs (prescription or illegal), food, work, or a relationship - to avoid feeling something unpleasant, like grief or anger, or an external falling apart - losing a job, a lover, friends, a home, or sweating alcohol so badly that no one can stand being around.
If a pagan can’t muster up enough will to go into circle sober, or get through the day without being stoned, it might be time to do something drastic, like look at this step.

2. Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.

Higher Power is just that. It can be the Gods, a Coven, the Oak Tree in the yard, the coffee pot, something greater that is outside of yourself. Before the theologians among the audience cringe, let me point out the difference between this and Will or inherent Divinity. The Craft teaches us that we are each a God/dess. The Book of the Law states that “Every man and every woman is a star.” This is still true, however, drowning one’s Divinity and obliterating the Higher Will through over use of anything is not the best way of experiencing eternal oneness with the Universe. If you don’t believe me, go ask a crack addict.
Your issues do not have to be life threatening to be uncomfortable. The number of Pagans and Thelemites who had a horrific childhood is enormous. If your past is preventing you from living in the present with joy and hope for the future, this will help. This expression of belief in a Higher Power for a pagan can be much akin to asking an older brother or sister for help, one who has been around a bit longer and has more in the way of resources than we do.
Insanity can be defined as doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

3. Made a decision to align our Will and our lives to that of True Will and place the care of our lives into the hands of the God/dess as we understand Him, Her, It, or Them.

Drinking ourselves into oblivion and insulting our friends was probably not in accordance with our True Will, or higher spiritual selves. Running away from love because you have trouble trusting will not help you in the “perfect love and perfect trust” of Wicca. Laying on the sofa, unable to muster the self-discipline to meditate, will not further your spiritual goals. All that this step is asking you to do is make a decision. The rest of the steps implement that decision. Some of us have to ask for the willingness to make the decision before actually committing ourselves. That’s fine, Will arrives eventually.
continued at http://www.sibyllineorder.org/psychology/psy_recovery.htm

The 12 Steps for Pagans

For Self-Knowledge, Magickal

Growth and Progress in Recovery

by Khoury, sobriety date March

20, 1984

Today there are a large number of Pagans in recovery who are familiar with the 12 Steps. What most do not realize is that the 12 Steps, when suitably reworked to remove Judeo-Christian bias, form an almost foolproof method of spiritual progress, self-knowledge, and attainment of True Will.

Books available on various relevant subjects are often too narrowly focused to provide a comprehensive program of progress and growth. For example, Starhawk’s Truth or Dare, while an excellent guide for overcoming authoritarian programming, won’t do a thing for laziness.

Every now and again, pagans will realize that they have a problem that interferes with the healthy function of their lives. It does not matter what the problem is, the issue is that life has become unmanageable and something needs to be done. There are quite a few pagans who are wary of therapists. Discussing your conversations with the elementals, and claiming to be a god is a very quick way to wind up in the locked ward, being force-fed thorizine. Yet for us, these activities are a part of our day-to-day existence. Pagan therapists may be difficult or impossible to find. The solution is self-help of course, but the bewildering number of conflicting books dealing with pop-psychology, quick fixes, and magickal panaceas is guaranteed to confuse our brother, who after all just wants to know himself, and get over his propensity for couch surfing.

I have re-written the 12 steps to conform more closely with the ideologies of pagans, so that the semantics will not seem to suggest reversion to that monotheistic reality tunnel dominated by authoritarian moralistic thinking that the poor pagan fled from all those years (months) ago. Each step, except the fourth step, has suggestions for implementation, with the understanding that these are suggestions only, and an individual should use his/her own will and imagination in carrying them out. The fourth step is dealt with in another pamphlet, as it is long and all-encompassing and requires more room than we have here.

It should be said that the Big Book is essentially right when it states that selfishness and self-centeredness are the roots of the disease of alcoholism and drug addiction, but it goes a bit farther than that. These are the prime diagnostic criteria and the root issue of all of the personality disorders, and perhaps the source of most of what is wrong in our larger society. We, as a part of society, spent all kinds of time stepping on people’s feelings, destroying their property, hurting them, and hating ourselves. Now we can change that.

This method is designed to assist us in taking responsibility for our behavior, conscious and subconscious, so that we can eliminate self-pity, rationalization, and other forms of behavior that prevent us from realizing our True Wills. The Program consists of working/doing the Twelve Steps, each in his/her own way.

1. We admitted that we have given our power and wills to (alcohol, drugs, food, anger, people, places, things, situations, the past - whatever you are having issues with…) and that our lives had become unmanageable.

When you obsess on anything, whether it is an ex-lover, a desired future job, your temper, a resentment, or a substance, you have given your will to that thing or person. They now have power over you and you no longer have that power available to accomplish your goals. If it is making your life miserable, no matter what it is, it is a problem. If a person is making your life miserable, it is time to realize that you can not control others, and leave or have them leave. If your life is fairly good, and you do not feel out of control about anything, use this step to examine those situations where you have felt powerless in the past.

Make a list of all the things you feel are under your control. Be honest. If you listed your wife, children, or job, you are deluding yourself. We neither own nor control others. It is time to let go of those things that have nothing to do with your correct orbit as a star, in other words, everything that is not you.

If you drink too much, or feel like you will die if your mate leaves you, that should be listed under the First Step. If you belong to lots of organizations, have a family, and take in strays, people or animals, and are consistently offended at their lack of gratitude, you might have a codependency problem and need to let go of your need to manipulate the situation to feel worthwhile. Your feelings may be out of control, and you feel powerless to control their expression.

The goal here is to differentiate between what is rightfully under your lawful power, and where you are infringing on the Wills of others. It can be an internal falling apart -depression, being “high strung,” using alcohol, drugs (prescription or illegal), food, work, or a relationship - to avoid feeling something unpleasant, like grief or anger, or an external falling apart - losing a job, a lover, friends, a home, or sweating alcohol so badly that no one can stand being around.

If a pagan can’t muster up enough will to go into circle sober, or get through the day without being stoned, it might be time to do something drastic, like look at this step.

2. Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.

Higher Power is just that. It can be the Gods, a Coven, the Oak Tree in the yard, the coffee pot, something greater that is outside of yourself. Before the theologians among the audience cringe, let me point out the difference between this and Will or inherent Divinity. The Craft teaches us that we are each a God/dess. The Book of the Law states that “Every man and every woman is a star.” This is still true, however, drowning one’s Divinity and obliterating the Higher Will through over use of anything is not the best way of experiencing eternal oneness with the Universe. If you don’t believe me, go ask a crack addict.

Your issues do not have to be life threatening to be uncomfortable. The number of Pagans and Thelemites who had a horrific childhood is enormous. If your past is preventing you from living in the present with joy and hope for the future, this will help. This expression of belief in a Higher Power for a pagan can be much akin to asking an older brother or sister for help, one who has been around a bit longer and has more in the way of resources than we do.

Insanity can be defined as doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

3. Made a decision to align our Will and our lives to that of True Will and place the care of our lives into the hands of the God/dess as we understand Him, Her, It, or Them.

Drinking ourselves into oblivion and insulting our friends was probably not in accordance with our True Will, or higher spiritual selves. Running away from love because you have trouble trusting will not help you in the “perfect love and perfect trust” of Wicca. Laying on the sofa, unable to muster the self-discipline to meditate, will not further your spiritual goals. All that this step is asking you to do is make a decision. The rest of the steps implement that decision. Some of us have to ask for the willingness to make the decision before actually committing ourselves. That’s fine, Will arrives eventually.

continued at http://www.sibyllineorder.org/psychology/psy_recovery.htm

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Our White ancestors were pagans.We had our own religion and our own Gods.
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Our White ancestors were pagans.We had our own religion and our own Gods.

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Each person is an individual leader in his or her own right. … the Idea that what’s good for the White European Race is the highest virtue. Whatever is bad for the White European Race is the ultimate Evil. Each Associate works at whatever his or her talents allow.
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Fight the One World Order. Become a Lone Wolf Nationalist.

Each person is an individual leader in his or her own right. the Idea that what’s good for the White European Race is the highest virtue. Whatever is bad for the White European Race is the ultimate Evil. Each Associate works at whatever his or her talents allow.

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Downsizing in the automobile industry is the practice of redesigning a vehicle to retain the interior volume, and often the nameplate and styling of a larger car to a smaller, more efficient platform. It was common in the 1970s following the 1973 oil crisis.

General Motors was among the first to announce a downsize strategy for the whole company as a response to demand for smaller more efficient cars.[1] An alternative strategy was to simply rebadge or mildly restyle smaller vehicles, as nameplates such as the Ford LTD and Plymouth Fury were applied to smaller platforms.

The term engine downsizing is used when the car itself remains the same size but the engine is reduced, with the aim of making the vehicle more efficient.

continued at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Downsize_%28automobile%29

1973 oil crisis

The 1973 oil crisis started in October 1973, when the members of Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries or the OAPEC (consisting of the Arab members of OPEC, plus Egypt, Syria and Tunisia) proclaimed an oil embargo. By the end of the embargo in March 1974,[1] the price of oil had risen from US$3 per barrel to nearly $12.[2]

The oil crisis, or “shock”, caused many global short-term and long-term economic and political effects.

High level Summary

OAPEC initiated the embargo in response to US involvement in the Oct 6, 1973 Yom Kippur War. Six days after Egypt and Syria launched the surprise military campaign against Israel in order to regain Arab territories lost to Israel in the 1967 Six Day War, the United States chose to re-supply Israel with arms.[3] OAPEC decided to retaliate, announcing an oil embargo against Canada, Japan, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States.[4]

The crisis had a large impact on global relations. A strong rift was created within NATO. The Arab nations’ actions were seen as initiating the oil embargo, and a long-term possibility of high oil prices, disrupted supply, and economic recession were seen to follow. Additionally, some European nations and Japan sought to disassociate themselves from the U.S. policy in the Middle East. Arab oil producers had also linked any possible end of the embargo with successful U.S. efforts to create peace in the Middle East, which complicated the situation.

continued at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1973_oil_crisis

Yom Kippur War

The Yom Kippur War, Ramadan War, or October War (Arabic: حرب أكتوبرḤarb ʾUktōbar, or حرب تشرين Ḥarb Tišrīn; Hebrew: מלחמת יום הכיפוריםMilẖemet Yom HaKipurim or מלחמת יום כיפור Milẖemet Yom Kipur), also known as the 1973 Arab–Israeli War, was a war fought by the coalition of Arab states led by Egypt and Syria against Israel from October 6 to 25, 1973.

The war began when the Arab coalition launched a joint surprise attack on Israeli positions in the Israeli-occupied territories on Yom Kippur, the holiest day in Judaism, which occurred that year during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Egyptian and Syrian forces crossed ceasefire lines to enter the Sinai Peninsula and Golan Heights respectively, which had been captured by Israel in the 1967 Six-Day War. Both the United States and the Soviet Union initiated massive resupply efforts to their respective allies during the war, and this led to a near-confrontation between the two nuclear superpowers.[44]

Oil embargo

In response to U.S. support of Israel, the Arab members of OPEC, led by Saudi Arabia, decided to reduce oil production by 5% per month on October 17. On October 19, President Nixon authorized a major allocation of arms supplies and $2.2 billion in appropriations for Israel. In response, Saudi Arabia declared an embargo against the United States, later joined by other oil exporters and extended against the Netherlands and other states, causing the 1973 energy crisis.[

continued at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yom_Kippur_War#Oil_embargo

more at http://en.metapedia.org/wiki/Yom_Kippur_War

A man at a service station reads about the gasoline rationing system in an afternoon newspaper; a sign in the background states that no gasoline is available. 1974

We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White Children.

We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White Children.

Napoleon and the Rothschilds

Christopher Jon Bjerknes, May 24, 2007.

Palestine never existed but….

Palestine never existed but….