Quote of the day—J. KB

I have been listening to the book Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland on Audible on my commute.

It’s a difficult book to listen to.

In chapter 10, the author talks about the clearing of the ghetto at Międzyrzec to send the Jews to Treblinka.

What stuck out at me was that 11,000 Jews were deported and over 900 shot by a cadre of only 350 police.

And there wasn’t one report of Jews fighting back.

July 23, 2021
Why I am the way I am
[The book sounds as if it has similar content to Hitler’s Willing Executioners which I have posted (this post is extremely relevant J. KB concerns) about before.

I just purchased the Audible version of Ordinary Men and will start it later this week when I finish the current book I’m listening too.

As difficult as the books may be to read/listen-to they present some very important lessons worth learning.—Joe]


12 thoughts on “Quote of the day—J. KB

  1. As I mentioned on Miggy’s and J.Kb’s postings, this is a very hard book to read.

    I believe that this book and _The Gulag Archipelago_ should be required reading for high school students.

  2. That’s the syndrome Yuri Bezmenov talked about as de-moralization. The human spirit is so beat down it no longer has the ability to fight back no matter the odds in their favor.
    The other half of that equation is the guard mentality. Witnessing this behavior in humans will many time provoke a degree of disgust for those demoralized. Which leads to worse acts upon them.
    And to me this is the main reason to always show strength. And a willingness to fight. As were witnessing the guard half of the equation in our own politicians as we speak.
    They have gotten away with so much for so long. They hold us in contempt.
    The real sad part is what it will take to rectify that mentality.

  3. 14-year-old Orange county boy hospitalized for COVID-19 psychosis. Doctors say they’re seeing more cases of COVID-19 psychosis lately
    The CDC put together a document to discuss putting high risk people into camps to “shield” low risk people from them

    Put those two together. They are laying the narrative groundwork. No, silly, of course they are not carting Joe away because of his political beliefs. It’s for his own safety, the ‘rona gave him Covid Psychosis, and we just want to make sure he’s safe….”

    Of course, it the problems the airlines are having with scheduling (more than 3k cancelations daily, now, for weeks) are because of micro-clotting risks killing pilots and making them stroke out of be debilitated with pressure/altitude changes, and the military follows through with vaxxing or discharging everyone, then we will have just grounded or killed our entire manned air-asset power, the greatest military own-goal in history. A carrier battle group that can’t fly it’s F-35s w/o risking killing the pilots every flight has a rather reduced effectiveness. Expect our adversaries to take advantage of that.

  4. How soon before an airliner is lost due to both pilots being incapacitated by side effects of the vaxx?

    • Moscow is the most “progressive” city in the state with no clue of constitutional limits.

      I suspect the Wilson’s are part of a church which, years ago, pissed off the city and this is part of the ongoing feud which has no end in sight.

  5. Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl.

    This short little book was given to me by a friend.
    Never asked her why. Mistake, I realized to late. Wish I knew.
    i am starting it again now

  6. We aren’t voting our way out of this mess. There is only one other solution. You only have to implement it once, but you have to add steel to your spine first.


    The Jews have a long history of sacrificing a percentage to save the whole. They survived for millennia by accepting that purges happen, knowing that if they fought back in any meaningful way, they would be exterminated root and branch.

    • Sounds like the way of cowards. Did they sacrifice the babies first or the elderly?

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