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IndianBellRanch

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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #15 on: June 20, 2009, 12:14:28 pm »

I don't get your point. It looks like we agree. The figures are annual figures and are pretty close to what I believe them to be. So, again, they're all developing countries around here and just like I said. The US is at about $47,000 average for the year.

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IBR
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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #16 on: June 20, 2009, 03:13:31 pm »

IBR,

I'm just trying to point out the fact that India is a third world country, that is going to have alot of sectarian strife over the years to come. Not exactly the best place to bug out too, or relocate, by anyones standards.

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This is the triumphant culmination of two centuries of flawed white-people thinking, a preposterous mix of authoritarian socialism and laissez-faire profit­eering, with all the worst aspects of both ideologies rolled up into one pointless, supremely idiotic military adventure — American men and women dying by the thousands, so that Karl Marx and Adam Smith can blow each other in a Middle Eastern glory hole.

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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #17 on: July 15, 2009, 11:07:38 pm »

If you have enough money, anyplace is good. I want to know a place in the US that has mild winters and mild laws..like allowing medical marijuana, and not having outrageous real estate costs or blizzards...where would that be?

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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #18 on: July 22, 2009, 07:12:03 pm »

IBR,

I'm just trying to point out the fact that India is a third world country, that is going to have alot of sectarian strife over the years to come. Not exactly the best place to bug out too, or relocate, by anyones standards.



Bingo.

I've been to A-Stan, which is in the neighborhood.  Lotsa bad folks there that don't much care for westerners as a general rule. 

Thanks but no thanks on the India thing.  I'd just as soon take my chances here.  The US might not be perfect, but I'd sooner die fighting FOR this place than some 3rd world hole.  I owe that much to the Founders of the greatest nation the world has ever seen.
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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #20 on: July 22, 2009, 08:54:39 pm »

IBR,

I'm just trying to point out the fact that India is a third world country, that is going to have alot of sectarian strife over the years to come. Not exactly the best place to bug out too, or relocate, by anyones standards.



Bingo.

I've been to A-Stan, which is in the neighborhood.  Lotsa bad folks there that don't much care for westerners as a general rule. 

Thanks but no thanks on the India thing.  I'd just as soon take my chances here.  The US might not be perfect, but I'd sooner die fighting FOR this place than some 3rd world hole.  I owe that much to the Founders of the greatest nation the world has ever seen.

Hey Bubba,

Heh! I think you need a geography lesson and a little help with anthropology. You do realize, don't you, that Afghani's are a completely different race? Also, do you remember on the map where Afghanistan really is?

"In the neighborhood???" 

That reminds me of European's who think they're going to take a vacation to America and see all the bright spots. First, New York City! Oh, yeah! Then the Rockies of Colorado. Miami's beaches are a must, and Disney World and Hollywood are absolute. They don't have a clue how far those distances are from each other.

Having lived, however, on 5 continents and 6 islands of the world I have to say, in a friendly way, that you're thinking is muddled by insanity. I have no doubt you're going to die if it becomes necessary to fight on our home soil against so called "Americans."

I'm not sure about your forefathers, but mine left homeland, fathers and their graves for the undertaking of preserving life, liberty and happiness. If dying is your pursuit I have little doubt that you will achieve it.

Now, I have not intended on making you angry. To think, yes! Having "been in the neighborhood" doesn't equate with what you can see right here: https://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dgqtv9ff_275hfp46qcd&hl=en
 
Indian Bell Ranch mostly appeals to the retired persons. So far, all of us having an interest in it ARE in or past retirement. Gray hair also has a bit to do with wisdom (usually), and if what you dream of as a survival plantation is not IBR, then I'd probably be interested. All the objections that have been leveled against India are completely unfounded or I wouldn't be here. Again, this is an opportunity for maturity and a shelter for your unthinking children and grandchildren when the time comes.

All the best!

IBR

I suggest you not blame your forefathers for the ignorance you display. AND I say this kindly, but sincerely.
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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #21 on: July 22, 2009, 09:01:51 pm »

?Remember Mumbai?  hows about Kashmir

The  screaming beards would run roughshod through your ranch.  They'd see "Soft Target", and then the rape and murder would commence.

They're not scared of our FOBs, hell, they know it's suicide and the dumb bastards still attack us.

An outpost of civilians within striking distance would be toast.  I'm not trying to belittle your idea, it's just not overly practical in my opinion.  Short of having an MEU protect it, and then they'd still get away with mortaring you whenever they feel like it....
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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #22 on: July 22, 2009, 09:04:24 pm »

Bubba,

It just occurred to me that you may not even realize the difference between a war and peace. America is going to be fighting another civil war. To even be near that kind of a situation would be more than I'd be interested in. When the very first super market's shelves are emptied, that will be the first shot heard round the world, and unless you have actually experienced that, you cannot be ready for the feeling of it when it comes. I have had that experience. It is instantaneous shock and panic.

If you know of a place that offers what IBR has, I'd seriously like to know, because I don't think it is available anywhere else. I was shocked to find it here, but that's why I'm not leaving.

IBR
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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #23 on: July 22, 2009, 09:07:11 pm »

?Remember Mumbai?  hows about Kashmir

The  screaming beards would run roughshod through your ranch.  They'd see "Soft Target", and then the rape and murder would commence.

They're not scared of our FOBs, hell, they know it's suicide and the dumb bastards still attack us.

An outpost of civilians within striking distance would be toast.  I'm not trying to belittle your idea, it's just not overly practical in my opinion.  Short of having an MEU protect it, and then they'd still get away with mortaring you whenever they feel like it....
Heh! That's like saying, "Remember OKC? Or remember 9-11?"

Crossing the street anywhere in the world can be dangerous. But we're talking about survival here. Plus you know nothing of the natives. You'd have to meet them to know them. They HONOR us like we were God.

IBR
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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #24 on: July 22, 2009, 09:13:54 pm »

You're probably right.  You already know everything, so who am I to criticize?

Good luck on that.  May it be the incarnation of Galt's Gulch itself.

I just SINCERELY hope that we're never deployed to bail y'all out.
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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #25 on: July 24, 2009, 02:55:18 am »

I like the fact that I live in a small town in rural Oklahoma, otherwise known as Kiamichi country. It has it's bad points (like a good ole boy cop system that is corrupt to put it mildly), but it is also a good place to raise kids, and there is no need for highschoolers to go through metal detecters on their way to class. The ocassional tornado and ice storm is all we have to worry about (unless of course the shit really hits the fan, in which case, we are all pretty much screwed. Another thing I don't like about OK is their barbaric laws against marijuana. For that last reason, my son and I have talked it over, and he is at least considering the possibiilty of a move when he graduates high school. The only bummer with free stats is they are either very snowy in winter, or just too damn overpopulated. I think we will see if we can handle a cold winter next year, lol.

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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #26 on: July 24, 2009, 04:57:00 am »

The  screaming beards would run roughshod through your ranch.  They'd see "Soft Target", and then the rape and murder would commence.


Are you nucking futs?!

The liberty minded tend to be a part of gun culture.
IE... not a "soft target".

soft target would be like, the middle of somewhere where people don't believe in guns. Like new jersey.
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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #27 on: July 25, 2009, 09:13:45 am »


Are you nucking futs?!

The liberty minded tend to be a part of gun culture.
IE... not a "soft target".

soft target would be like, the middle of somewhere where people don't believe in guns. Like new jersey.


Owning guns and being liberty minded counts for absolutely nothing, if you don't have the software upstairs to properly use them.

Without an actual security force, you're easy pickings for ANYONE who knows what they're doing.  And as I said before, that doesn't stop them from messing with actual military installations.  You're a soft, high value target.

 Your average haji may be crude and primitive, but they've managed to thump 2 of the world's superpowers in the past 30 odd years by sheer orneriness and attrition.

And that's all I have to say on this matter, because I'm fairly sure it's falling on deaf ears anyhow.
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gaurdduck

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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #28 on: July 25, 2009, 01:28:47 pm »

So you don't think that we can be just as ornery?
You have severely underestimated some people at least.
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Re: Where is the ideal place to live?
« Reply #29 on: July 25, 2009, 02:22:54 pm »

I pretty much agree with bubba3354 ( is that your m.o.s. ? )   If there is  worldwide disruption, India will be affected.  A foreign enclave with no small arms, no defense plan and no dedicated security  adds up to soft target.  Even with that, you would likely still  be a soft target and definitely a high value target that might be worth the risk. I don't see how a concentrated group of fairly to very well off foreigners could be anything else.

The expatriate Americans in Mexico got a surprise during the Mexican Revolution  as just one example. They probably thought they were secure as well.

  India  has a billion people and the internal contradictions and potential and present problems are at least as high as they are here, or higher.  Ongoing religious wars and tension between Sikh, Muslim and Hindu aren't going away soon and neither are the regional problems with Pakistan and China.

 The advantage here is that you are the armed indigenous.
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