Wednesday, August 30, 2023



That is all,


Behold Your Rulers


What can we say? Behold our rulers and obey them, because we love them, in this case Mitch McConnell. Perhaps you remember when we reviled the Soviet Union as a defunct gerontocracy? Here's the video:

It's like wow, this whole risible, failed, abominable deal is so utterly broken that it's beyond a joke; go ahead, John. Mitch is net worth a paltry $34,137,534. But readers, what shall it profit a man to gain the whole world and end up like Mitch? Just a thought.

Your Best Pal,


Tuesday, August 29, 2023



Some ridiculous conspiracy theorists are speculating that demons, literal demons, are amongst us. How could they say such a thing? I mean, in the face of all the evidence.

But there they are, in full display

Demons. And yet you still vote for them. That makes you part of the problem. Look, here's America's top witch with a fiduciary necromancer:

Out Demons Out,


Tucker & Orban


Check out Tucker and Orban in the circle of truth. It's a little long but value. Here:

Gentlemen and women, we stand against Hell.




Monday, August 28, 2023

First Day Out


Looks like arrest orange man raysiss isn't going so well. First Day Out by Trump The Don is going viral, via Zero:

A new parody rap of a fired-up former President Donald Trump after his release from his Atlanta, Georgia booking has been rising up the charts. As of Monday morning “First Day Out” by Trump the Don had shot up to #3 on the iTunes Hip Hop chart, #34 overall, and has garnered 2.8 million views on social media since its release on Friday.



“I’ve been blown away by the response. It’s gone completely viral,” Jessie Friedman, 29, the alter ego behind Trump the Don, told The Epoch Times. “Like so many other Americans I was disgusted and felt like fighting back in a comedic way. I never expected it to blow up like this.”


Just remember this, Joe Biden's the most popular president in the history of history. Here's the song:

Short and to the point, what?

Your Pal,




We certainly live in an age of miracle and wonder, it rained yesterday evening. One minute a blazing hot sun in a clear blue sky and the next, dark clouds rolling in from the West. There they were, overhead, above the Compound, but would it actually rain or was this some kind of cruel joke.

No, it was not a joke. Slow, fat, drops began to fall from the sky as the temperature went right down and then more, faster. Not with the full fury of a Texan storm but not bad either, so I went out onto the front porch to behold the sheer bliss of the thing. Rain. Beautiful.

typical Texas street scene

Then, all too soon, the rain stopped, but I'm not complaining, everything cooled right down. Let's see more of this climate change.



Sunday, August 27, 2023

War-Master Lady


The GloboHomo West is fighting against this. No comment but, word to the wise, think twice you rainbow fools.

Don't say Kursk and Berlin,


Mad John Boyd - A Sunday Sermon


Because this is a military blog, we have to ask, have you heard of Colonel "Mad John" Boyd? He was a fighter pilot in the Korean war, flying Sabres, then went on to become a "Top Gun" instructor and more than that, a tactician who wrote on aerial warfare and a strategist whom some liken to Sun Zhu or Clausewitz. Others disagree.

Regardless, he was hated by the military establishment of his day and never made General, doubtless because he called out paper-pushing, careerist, establishment cipher drones for what they were, paper-pushing, careerist, establishment cipher drones.

He had, apparently, a "fork in the road" speech which he invariably delivered to the people who worked with him. You have a choice, you can go this way and get promotion, money and all of that, or you can go that way and do something for your country and Air Force at the expense of preferment. Free will, you see, be somebody or do something:

“And you’re going to have to make a decision about which direction you want to go.” He raised his hand and pointed. “If you go that way you can be somebody. You will have to make compromises and you will have to turn your back on your friends. But you will be a member of the club and you will get promoted and you will get good assignments.” Then Boyd raised his other hand and pointed another direction. “Or you can go that way and you can do something — something for your country and for your Air Force and for yourself. If you decide you want to do something, you may not get promoted and you may not get the good assignments and you certainly will not be a favorite of your superiors. But you won’t have to compromise yourself. You will be true to your friends and to yourself. And your work might make a difference. To be somebody or to do something. In life there is often a roll call. That’s when you will have to make a decision. To be or to do? Which way will you go?”

There you have it, that's the sermon.

Boyd's credited, with others, of transforming the US Military into the force which triumphed on the battleground in the Gulf. No small thing. What would he think about our preparedness today and, more importantly, would such a man even be allowed in the gilded corridors of our beloved Pentagram Pentagon.

Thanks, Wild, for the tip and God Bless,


Saturday, August 26, 2023

All Hail The Phantom


This isn't a military blog, far from it, more of a family thing, but all hail the Phantom. Just a shot away? You be the judge.

What a plane.

Your Buddy,




After a hearty and delicious men's breakfast at Mission #2 I drove 'round the corner to Lake Whitney's dam spillway for a recce. What would the fish be doing? Answer. Nothing at all because the water had turned into a kind of murky, algae bloom disaster.

Fair play, there  were a couple of turtles, but the whole thing looked like a fishing eschaton, so I turned the rig 'round and headed for home, for the Compound. So, that was that and seriously, I've never seen the water look this way over the past 15 years.

clean the dam floor, LSP

Clearly someone's forgotten to pay their Weather Tax.

Ad Solem,


Friday, August 25, 2023



Feel it's right to post this again.

See you at the Club,


So We've Come To This


What are we, a banana republic, where we lock up opposition to the ruling Party? Something like that except we're not a republic any more, which makes us a banana; don't say reserve currency and BRICS. In the meanwhile, Trump turned himself in to the Fulton County jail for a mugshot.

What to make of this mugshot? Serious as a heart attack? I’d hate to be you on that fateful day? Table turner? Energy shift? Game on? Daddy’s in da house? Good career move? You can run but you can’t hide? Please, Br’er Fox, don’t fling me in that-there briar patch…


All this while we're fighting a brink of WWIII proxy war with Russia; we're clearly living in an age of clownshow, demonic insanity. Check out some sober analysis from Col. MacGregor and Tucker. Via LL:

Word to the wise, don't underestimate Russia. That said, part of me feels and maybe it's more than a feeling, that our beloved rulers are fueling war to cover up their crimes, which are significant. But let's not forget ideology, that's present too, we must protect the rainbow project at all costs. With the Army. Good looking out, fools.

How many of our young soldiers would give their lives for GloboHomo? Seriously, I'm going to die so that my kids can get sex change surgery and watch drag queen strip shows, all the while living in a pod and eating bugs for digital tokens. Said no young soldier ever.

You get the point, I won't bang on, though tempted.

Never Surrender,



Thursday, August 24, 2023

Urban Hellholes


it was bad then

Everyone here knows it but many choose to ignore it; Europeans can scarcely comprehend much less believe it, but our major cities are urban wasteland hellholes. Seriously, I'd email pals in the UK from Detroit in '98 and I don't think they believed me. 

No, fools. The urban, asset-stripped carnage of the Motor City seemed like hyperbole, mind blogging perhaps to them, wild exaggeration. But no, I was pulling punches. Here's Detroit:

Beautiful, isn't it. Here's Chicago:

And let's not forget the nation's Capitol, DC:

But perhaps you're wondering what happened to Gary Indiana:

And on, and on, and on.  Everywhere you look our cities are decaying into urban, hellhole wastelands. It's America's dirty little secret if you like, but not to worry, we have trans bathrooms, rainbow hurray! 

That aside, do you think the outward and visible reflects the inward and spiritual?


The Feast of St. Bartholomew


Today's the Feast of St. Batholomew, Apostle and Martyr. In John's Gospel he's known as Nathaniel, "Behold an Israelite indeed, in whom there is no guile." (Jn 1:47) Tradition has it that he preached the Faith to heathen Armenian, where he was flayed. But his work wasn't in vain, St. Gregory the Illuminator baptized Armenia's king, Dertad, in 302 AD, and the country claims to be the first Christian state.

Here's a prayer:

O ALMIGHTY and everlasting God, who didst give to thine Apostle Bartholomew grace truly to believe and preach thy Word; Grant, we beseech thee, unto thy Church, to love that Word which he believed, and both to preach and receive the same; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.


St. Bartholomew, pray for us and for the conversion of our wicked and Godless state. Be sure as you do that the gates of Hell shall not prevail.



Wednesday, August 23, 2023



What a band. Please disregard Bob Weir's shorts in other videos, a terrible indiscretion. Speaking of which, I knew a couple of nuns who used to dance at the Fillmore, before being nuns, obvs. One of them, all very Habit and no kidding, denied this, like Peter in the face of further questioning, we were on a Retreat. 

"Hey now, sister, in a gadda da vida, eh?" pause, "No, I was never there." Eagle-eye glance, "But last night you said you had been, what changed?" Who knows, good question. Her Mother Superior was transparently holy, seriously, and if she went to Woodstock it didn't matter.

See you at the Laager,


PS. Are you watching the bogus GOP Primaries? I'm not, I choose to stand against the GloboHomo NWO.

Tuesday, August 22, 2023

Elections Are Bad For Democracy


Elections Are Bad For Democracy, opines the repellent NYT in a witty, Ivy League, condescending, smug, mendacious Op Ed. Perhaps that's harsh, the author argues that our current system encourages narcissistic power-heads to seek office. Why? So they can get rich off having power over you. Here's a concluding snapshot, Adam Grant's arguing for an Athenian lottery viz. electors:

A lottery would give a fair shot to people who aren’t tall enough or male enough to win. It would also open the door to people who aren’t connected or wealthy enough to run. Our broken campaign finance system lets the rich and powerful buy their way into races while preventing people without money or influence from getting on the ballot. They’re probably better candidates: Research suggests that on average, people who grow up in low-income families tend to be more effective leaders and less likely to cheat — they’re less prone to narcissism and entitlement.


Fair play, our governance is clearly broken, so let's get rid of Dominion, yes, they call themselves that, voting machines and do it all by chance and draw. Would things be better or worse? Hardly either which way, the same unelected satrapy being in control of the vast organism that is the secular super state.

Regardless, the optics are telling, don't you think, and how many of you are going to vote in the next totally free and fair election?

Your Old Monarchist Pal,


Monday, August 21, 2023

Royal Family


Your Old Pal,


Do Not Comply


Do you remember COVID? How we were all supposed to stay indoors, keep 6' "social distancing" when we managed to get outside and had to wear masks when we did? 

Yes, the same masks which their Made in China boxes said were of no use at all against influenza. Not unlike the experimental vaccines which everyone had to take at the risk of their lives or jobs. Sure you remember, we all do, and it looks like the Bat Bug's back.

Thanks to newly discovered mutated strains of the lab grown, Fauci funded, not-so-killer virus, like Eris and BS 1.5, our beloved rulers in the White House are urging another round of booster shots. Get those booster jabs, serfs, or Pfizer, Moderna & Co. will run out of money and Big Pharma won't be there to look after you and you'll all die.

Or something like that. On cue, National Treasure Alex Jones tells us whistleblower sources have discovered the Biden Administration plans to roll out COVID restrictions on Federal workers in the Fall, such as masking, vaxxing and distancing. All this by way of going full throttle Covid freakout in time for the next election. Hey, if you can do it once, why not again and again and again. Said the boy who cried wolf.

That in mind, #DoNotComply is trending on the time sink formerly known as Twitter and I'm in sympathy. You, of course, will disagree. We must trust our Inside-the-Beltway Rainbow Overlords because they want what's best for us, as do their alchemical Viziers.

I'm reminded of taking a friend to hospital in Fort Worth on election day 2020 where we had to put on those stupid masks. I checked in at the perspex defended nurses' station and matronly Ms. Scrubs stared at my not-over-the-nose maskery. "It's really good," she announced with that healthcare, educate toddler condescension we so despise and hate, "that you're protecting yourself, but shouldn't you protect everyone else?"

Resisting the heady temptation to dial in a trebuchet strike against the Science, I pulled up the idiotic mask and off we went. Today? Not so inclined. I say again, boy who called wolf, and that's putting it mildly.



Saturday, August 19, 2023

Now This Is Cool


Archeologists have discovered an 8 mile long, yes, 8 miles long, stretch of remarkably preserved prehistoric wall painting in Columbia. The ocher paintings depict the Amazon at the end of the last Ice Age, around 12,900 years ago, complete with now extinct Megafauna such as giant sloths and mastodons.

Reflect on this. At around the same time people were building large temple(?) complexes at Gobekli Tepe in latter day Turkey and depicting the Amazon per ocher as a savannah, something changed. Tepe was filled in, the Amazonian veldt turned to rain forest and the mastodons and their larger than life allies died off. What happened?

A cataclysm, the Younger Dryas event, which returned the earth to glacial conditions, perhaps caused by a meteor strike or a series of strikes as our planet made its circle through the Oort Cloud. Result? Earth shaking, extinction event catastrophe, quite possibly the flood of Genesis.

That in mind, look at the rock art of the prehistoric Columbians. Do you discern fields and palisades, perhaps towers? They were obviously more than cave men, if not possessed of our technics; now, imagine the catastrophe which overwhelmed their culture. Perhaps it took several hundred years, perhaps a thousand, perhaps one day alone, but catastrophe it was.

And they survived, remarkably. In Anatolia, South America, Egypt, Europe and on. The human race continued, not least as seafarers, and we see their relics in remarkably transcontinental megaliths. It seems these people favored building in massive stone. Perhaps the Giza Pyramids are their greatest achievement and witness.

We would do well to meditate on this. How much of what we call civilization would remain after a cataclysm or even a hurricane, much less a wildfire. Mind you, and in fairness, some hurricanes are more vicious than others.

Your Old Pal,


Hippies Build Wall Trash Land


Hippies love open borders because peace and love not raysism, which is why they built this mega fortress wall at this year's Glastonbury freak fayre. Have a look, it's got a watchtower and everything:

President Trump would be proud! Hippies also love the environment, they're very green, which is why they leave the land like this:

Message to market? What a gang of malfeasants, but maybe the wall and watchtower are a good thing. Contain them. In fact, why not build a wall around Austin, just a thought.

Tickets for this year's Glastonbury Festival came in at a whopping £340 and you may have missed out on the UK's June hippie throw down, but not to worry. Burning Man's coming up, September 4, and tickets are only $667.

Never trust a hippy,


Friday, August 18, 2023

Hitler's Voice In Private


note slack Sam Browne

This, as far as I know, is the only recording of Der Fuhrer's conversational voice. Hitler's speaking with Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, famed Finnish military leader and inveterate enemy of the Red Bolshevik menace. Here's the recording:

I won't comment except to say haunting and salutary. History, they tell us, doesn't repeat but it most certainly does rhyme. 

In related news, Russia's apparently churning out tanks and associated munitions after an hiatus of several decades. We, on the other hand, are gleefully indicting 45 who was, let the record show, a Russian spy in the pay of the Kremlin. A veritable GRU agent, so let's hear it, DC and Georgia, you defenders of our great constitutional so totally not a banana republic.

That said, those dam Kremlins get everywhere and how dare they persist in an industrial proxy war with their own local means of production? You know, like actual tank factories and steel mills situated in their own country. Do they not have the sense to off-shore for profit and best burgeoning bank accounts, sorry, Blackrock Larry Fink Benefit all 'round? Apparently not.

Your Friend,


Thursday, August 17, 2023

Cultural Appropriation!


En lieu of anything remotely serious, hey, it's 109*. And here's another, via Swankenstein:

Brother's fed up. Seems like our boy's struck a chord. Let's see it rise up, black rappers onside.

Your Old Pal,


Tuesday, August 15, 2023

The Left Howls

How dare a working class persynn protest against being, you know, a poor working class persynn? Wow. What. Utter. Brazen. Temerity. And hence to the Babylon Bee. Good call, Dr. Swankenstein:

NASHVILLE, TN — Sources at the major country music record labels confirmed Monday that they were "baffled" and "nonplussed" by a new country music artist who is "get this - from the actual country and making actual music."

Record executives said the "bizarre" style of country music, in which someone writes, performs, and records songs of actual quality about topics germane to people living in the actual country, "doesn't really speak to them" and is "pretty confusing."

"We just don't get it," said Bud "Dwayne" Dingles of Capitol Records Nashville. "Is it like, some sort of joke? I don't understand the punchline. Is it the beard? Because it's a nice beard, but it doesn't really make me laugh." Dingles went on to point out that the viral single "Rich Men North of Richmond" by the artist in question, Oliver Anthony, doesn't mention drinking beer while driving a truck on the backroads with a "girl all up in it" a single time, doesn't have a guest hip-hop artist, and doesn't appear to just be a pop track with a quiet banjo track added in post.

"This will never catch on, and it's antithetical to our values as the gatekeepers of country music," Dingles added. "Maybe if this Anthony fellow goes out and gets himself a college education and learns to write a catchy radio tune that's barely indistinguishable from what you hear on the pop stations, then he'll be going somewhere."

But Dingles isn't optimistic about Anthony's chances of making it in the country music industry.

"I want something peppy, something happy, something up-tempo. I want something snappy. None of this tragic lamentation crap being all sad about the actual plights of people from the actual country - that's not what country music is all about."

What a shameless Nazi Bigot Fascist. Stand back Otto Skorzeny, Himmler, Kammler, Hesse et al.  And with that caveat, obey your rulers, all ye serfs.



The Feast of The Assumption


It's the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary today and we offered the Mass outdoors on the front porch of Mission #1, St. Mary's. Check out the ever helpful New Liturgical Movement for some background to the Feast and, in the meanwhile, here's a prayer:

Omnípotens sempiterne Deus, qui Immaculátam Vírginem Maríam, Fílii tui Genitrícem, córpore et ánima ad caelestem gloriam assumpsisti: concéde, quáesumus; ut ad superna semper intenti, ipsíus gloriae mereámur esse consortes. Per eundem Dóminum nostrum.


And in English: 

Almighty and everlasting God, who hast assumed the Immaculate Virgin Mary, Mother of Thy Son, body and soul into heavenly glory: grant, we beseech, that ever intent on the things above, we may deserve to be partakers of her glory. Through the same our Lord.


Amen and bless you all,


Monday, August 14, 2023

Psalm 37 - Oliver Anthony


Yes indeed, "But woe unto you that are rich! for ye have received your consolation. Woe unto you that are full! for ye shall hunger. Woe unto you that laugh now! for ye shall mourn and weep. Woe unto you, when all men shall speak well of you! for so did their fathers to the false prophets." Take note, rich men North of Richmond.

The Left, see the risible Rolling Stone, hates this. They hate the working man and love our Establishment, Deep Stasi, Beltway Rulers and their friends. My, how that worm's turned. Hey now, slap a corporate rainbow sticker on it and off we go to trans unicorn utopia. So very progressive.

But I won't bang on, the song speaks for itself.





Here in Texas we call it skywater, water that literally falls from the sky, and we haven't had any since May - until this afternoon. It began slowly, tentative drops patterning the sidewalk, please don't stop, then picked up pace.

Astounded, I stood on the porch, looking out in wonder. Wow, actual rain, you could see it, and with the skywater came thunder, lightning and a sudden drop in temperature. Beautiful.

Then it stopped, but for how long. Even now, dark clouds are rolling in from the West; will they break and unleash a cataclysmic storm upon this small heat stricken country town? 

Here at the Compound we watch and wait, expectant.