The Republic is in Danger

On the third Tuesday of every month, the Gwinnett County Republican Assembly meets at local watering hole called The Flying Machine to discuss the state of politics, pending legislation, corruption, subversion, and other threats to the Republic here in Georgia.

The GCRA is a member chapter of the Georgia Republican Assembly, whose stated mission is:

“To help the Republican Party live up to the lofty ideals of the Republican Party platform and the principles of the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.”

https://georgiara.com/about-us/

I like to think of the Republican Assembly as the conservative wing of the Republican party. You and I both know that there’s a lot of Republicans elected to office, who are actually Democrats. We in the GCRA would like to change that.

Getting to Know You…

…Getting to know all about you

This month, the agenda was a little different. Everyone had an opportunity to stand up and say what was on their mind. Even me, the [relatively] new guy.

I was impressed by the passionate, smart people who got up and addressed some of the more pressing issues that we are facing. More so, I was impressed by the analyses and solutions offered.

When it came my turn to speak, I didn’t have that sense of calm with a fun-loving twinkle with which I was born, and which usually enables me to feel at ease in front of a room full of people. As a result, I trimmed my prepared remarks on the fly, and kept them brief.

After the evening was over, my original plan was to discard my notes, and look forward to the next meeting. The kids started school that week, our son is a senior this year. There is a lot going on. You know how that goes.

But the more I thought about it, the more I realized that this… all this that we are so angry about… is about my children. No doubt you too have children or grandchildren for whom you pray. For whom you hope to leave a nation that is still free. A nation that is still the land of opportunity.

So I decided to sit down and unpack it all. Mayhap there are others out there who think the same thoughts, and feel the same feelings.

For the time has come — I think it has — to talk of many things…

Of City Boys and Country Boys

of suburbs, farms, and towns.
of hopes and dreams…American things,
that make the world go ’round.

When I was a young man, growing up in a conservative Christian household in Decatur, Georgia, I admired Ronald Reagan. He spoke with such optimism for America. His enthusiasm fueled my hope for the future. Easy enough for a cockeyed optimist like myself. To this day, I still see a world of endless possibilities, where an ordinary kid from an ordinary background can work hard, make good choices, and build a life that he enjoys.

I was blessed to be a child of the 1980’s. Because I had a front row seat to the monumental changes that have taken place in our world. The end of rotary phones, the beginning and ending of both cassettes and CDs; the first cell phones, the birth of the Internet, the end of pay phones, the introduction of streaming music, “cutting the cable,” and a thousand other things that came into being in the last 50 years.

Of all those things, the the one that had the greatest impact…the one that changed everything, was access to virtually unlimited information, made possible by the World Wide Web.

What’s the Catch?

Ignorance is now a choice.

A few things happened during the 1990’s that forever altered my view of the world:

All of the aforementioned events, percolated in my tiny little brain, until I finally realized that the history books used by most school districts are nothing more than propaganda.

“Who controls the past, controls the future”

“Who controls the present, controls the past.”

In 1953, Congress tasked Rep. Carroll Reece with establishing and directing a congressional investigative committee to look into the activities of the major tax-exempt foundations – Carnegie, Ford and Rockefeller – on the ground of suspicions of subversion.

The following is the interview of Norman Dodd by G. Edward Griffin, regarding Dodd’s work on the Reece committee. Pay close attention to his testimony of how education has been subverted, and American history rewritten.

“The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.”

~Benjamin Disraeli, English Statesman 1844

Almost immediately on the heels of this realization, came the attacks of September 11th, 2001. If you were old enough to read by that time, you probably remember exactly what you were doing when you first heard the news. Mountains of books have been written on the subject, and theories abound. I don’t have any inside information. Nor do I have a marketable theory, though I think Ms. Roth laid out one of the best cases, in “Methodical Illusion.” What I can say after a lifetime of observation is that the official story, is almost never the true story.

That the obscenely intrusive, and deceptively titled abomination, known as the USA PATRIOT ACT was immediately passed into law with but token resistance, destroyed what remained of the very little trust I once placed in my elected servants.

Becoming my Father

If you’re not a liberal at 20, you have no heart.
If you’re not a conservative at 40, you have no brain.”

Many young people go through a “liberal phase,” in which they embrace some element of the big-government nanny state, which cares for all from cradle to grave. Most of them eventually grow up and shed this dangerous delusion.

While I never swerved into liberalism, I did flirt with the Libertarian party for a time. I read Rothbard, and spent lots of time on Mises.org. Visions of coffee and cigars, and scholars and intellectuals, danced in my head… animated discussions of the principle of non-aggression was the stuff of my great expectations.

Reality, however, fell far short of my fantasy. When I finally got the opportunity to visit with actual Libertarians, I found them to be focused almost exclusively on repealing all drug laws, and cowards who hid behind “a woman’s choice” when it came to the topic of abortion. In short, I was seeking Libertarians, but what I found was just a bunch of libertines.

Leading up to the 2008 presidential race, I discovered Dr. Ron Paul of Texas, and found that I was not crazy, alone.

Watching the way the Republican establishment treated Ron Paul was an education in its own right. It made me aware that Republicans can be (and usually are) just as crooked and dirty as Democrats.

It’s not “left vs right,” it’s individual liberty vs government control.

I was shocked when a gentleman whom I thought was a reliable conservative, expressed to me that “Ron Paul is a kook.” Simply because Dr. Paul advocated strict adherence to the United States Constitution.

Where am I?

Who are you, and what am I doing here?

Love him or hate him, Michael Savage was absolutely correct when he pointed out that without borders, language, and culture, you do not have a country.

But it doesn’t end there. Over the course of my life, I have found some things to be foundationally important.

  • Family, faith, culture, tradition, and history are important to a civilization, and should be protected.
  • The family is the core foundation of any civilization. If you can destroy the nuclear family (one father, one mother, raising children together in the same household), you can destroy the entire civilization.
  • Traditional gender roles are important. Men and women are different, physically, psychologically, psychically, and emotionally. It doesn’t matter how many psychiatrists you bribe, cajole, and coerce into denying the facts. These differences are significant, and immutable. Further, these differences should not be the basis for hostility between the sexes. The differences between men and women are complementary…As if we were made to fit together by a loving creator.
    • Feminists and MGTOW both (first wave and beyond) are foolish and destructive. Neither should be given any recognition or platform in our society.
  • Time and place are important. That is to say, where you grew up, when you grew up, who your people are…their culture, their traditions… are far more important than ethnicity. These inputs play a much larger role in your identity than the amount of melanin in your skin.
    • “Red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in his sight.”
  • It is natural that a free nation would attract immigrants from all over the world. People who desire the opportunity to take advantage of the freedoms protected by that nation. However, illegal immigration should be stopped cold. It is nothing more than a tool used by enemies within, as one prong of the Cloward-Piven strategy.
  • Opposition to the consolidation of power in a unitary central state (like the federal government) should be endemic to the American mind, because it is harmful to the people, and the culture of liberty that we inherited from those brave men and women who sacrificed so much to give us this republic.
    • The power granted to the federal government is spelled out (enumerated) in the US Constitution. Any laws, decrees, regulations, or mandates beyond what is specifically permitted by the Compact, should be held null and void without argument.
    • State governments are similarly constrained by the Constitutions of the several States.
  • In short, Government (at any level) has only two basic functions:
    • jealously guard the rights of the people (which includes protecting the border against invasion).
    • adjudicate contract disputes between citizens, corporations, States, and other signatories (whether across the street, or across state lines).

I discovered a few years ago, that these foundational principles usually identify the one who holds them, as a Paleoconservative.

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“He called you a… what?”

“I thought them things all got killed by an asteroid?”

If right now, you are reaching for your favorite search engine to identify the term, I must warn you that well-placed search results will use the term paleoconservative as a foul pejorative. Smearing the bearer with words like “racist,” “white supremacist,” or “isolationist,” when nothing could be further from the truth.

Calling a paleoconservative an “isolationist,” is about as ridiculous as calling my neighbor a hermit because he doesn’t let his dog dig up my tomatoes or poop in my yard.

“How strangely will the Tools of a Tyrant pervert the plain Meaning of Words!”

Samuel Adams

As to “racist” or “white supremacist,” those smears are applied so regularly by bigoted collectivists, that they do not warrant a response beyond… “and?”

But, just to be clear, I believe that all men are created equal, and are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights. That among these rights are life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of happiness.

The fact that the authors and signers of the document that proclaimed these rights included men who did not believe said rights extended to all, does not abrogate these rights of yours. Nor does it nullify the original declaration of those rights.

Further, I believe that you, regardless of your heritage, background, language, or people group, are just as bright and capable as any other human being; and that you should be free to achieve whatever level of success your intellect permits, and your industry achieves.

Most important, I believe that you do not need my help to achieve this success, and that you should reap the fruits of your labor, and keep them.

Paleoconservative tells

There are a great many self-identified conservatives who espouse the foundational principles I laid out above. But if there is a “rule of thumb” for identifying a real live Paleoconservative, it would be his less than favorable view of Abraham Lincoln.

If you were raised in American schools, that statement may surprise you. Before you recoil in horror at my dim view of an American icon, the “redeemer president” who waged righteous war solely to eliminate slavery…

The outcome of the war was inevitable. Rhett Butler’s speech in “Gone with the Wind”explained why, in less than 30 seconds:

However, the way it was conducted was unconscionable

If the United States had been separated by war or peace into two separate nations, the great powers may well have picked the carcasses clean and rendered them colonies. Today, however, I believe that there is less likelihood of that. I would be open to the idea of political divorce between the several States, on the grounds of irreconcilable differences.

There is also evidence to suggest that foreign powers may have been behind the war from the beginning.

Understand that it’s not the preservation of the union, but the apotheosis of Lincoln to which I strenuously object.

Read Lincoln’s first inaugural address where he clearly identifies his reason for going to war; and I challenge you to show me where in the United States Constitution is the clause which forbids any State from rescinding ratification of same, and leaving the Union.

Read Lincoln’s letter to Horace Greely for his attitudes about slavery, and the Emancipation Proclamation for his pragmatic approach to international relations. Then tell me, I dare you, that he is “the great emancipator.”

Since that time, the federal government has grown in power and wealth, and become ever more intrusive in its control of the individual Citizen’s life.

Look at the debates among the political class down through the years. Ultimately, they argue most vociferously over what is to be done with your money, once they rob you of it. But what is never questioned, much less discussed, is whether those actions fall within the confines of the Constitution.

No one dares question the legitimacy of a rapacious government that regularly violates the Constitution. Or the various mechanisms by which the fruits of your labor are stolen and distributed.

People are angry, and rightly so

But Why Now?

What changed?

In a word, the Internet. Remember when I spoke of growing up during a time when the World Wide Web enabled virtually unlimited access to all the available information of the world?

During most of the 20th century, the consolidation of power into the hands of a very few, was accomplished subtly and deceptively. Organizations like the Interstate Commerce Commission, the FDA, the FCC, the SEC, and etc were established with great fanfare about “protecting consumers” or similar claims. When, in fact, such government organizations were brought in to being for the protection of the elite and their profits.

Just as there have always been extremely powerful people who direct the course of nations, and control the masses… There have always been individuals, groups, and organizations out there sounding the alarm, warning the common people of crimes and usurpations which violated the Constitution, and were injurious to our liberties.

Before the mid 1990’s, when the Internet became accessible to ordinary folk (“you’ve got mail”)… these voices were much more easily suppressed or smeared by the power elite.

Since the Internet enabled instant dissemination of information on a global scale, the common people have begun to stir. As a result, there are calls for a much tighter grip on the flow of information. Under the banner of “preventing the spread of disinformation,” we have seen a level of censorship that the Soviet Union could only dream of.

The people have had enough. That is why we elected Donald J. Trump.

You’ve made it

Trump’s America

Or how a populist captured the hearts of conservatives

I’ve always voted, at every opportunity. I remember Bill Clinton from my military days. Hillary was evil then, and she didn’t get any better by 2016. Ask Ambassador Stevens.

To be honest, I voted for Rand Paul in the 2016 Republican primary. However, by the time the general election rolled around, I happily voted for Donald Trump. He spoke the words that I have been thinking in my heart for 25 years. Trump embodied the populist revolution that has been building to a boil within the American people since that early September morning in 2001.

The same populist revolution that has been smeared, demonized, and scapegoated by the very globalists who are at war with real Americans, and our Constitutional Republic.

Trump isn’t perfect. If he were, I would not have hired him. We hired Donald Trump because he’s real. When he says he will do a thing, Donald Trump will fight like hell to get it done.

Aside from his business acumen, what truly endeared him to me, was the list of people who hate him with such a burning passion. It is a “who’s who” of degenerate, elitist pigs, who imagine themselves to be our betters. I figured “if these are the people that hate Trump, then he must be doing something right!

Trump is a populist, a president of ordinary people. Trump is hated, because he was intent on rescuing ordinary Americans from subservience to the agendas of the elite. Unfortunately, being a populist is not enough to overthrow an entrenched elite. Only a revolutionary can do that, and Trump is not a revolutionary leader.

Paul Craig Roberts, 01 Dec 2020

After the 2016 election, I often heard the refrain “they never thought she would lose.” It it didn’t really didn’t register that this refrain was a reference to the election fraud that was intended to put Hillary in the white house. After all, elections have been manipulated for years (look into the allegations of election fraud that put Kennedy into office).

Alter the votes in a few key districts of of few swing states, and you could quietly manipulate national elections. But that sort of thing only happens in other countries… right?

We have “a system of checks and balances,” which has come to be a catch-all term that seems to mean ‘here in America, “the system works.” We are protected from political corruption and mismanagement, so I don’t have to pay close attention to politics.’

The phrase even comes with mental imagery of the various branches of government, perched precariously on a tiny platform, held together in perfect balance by rope, softly creaking as it keeps the constituent parts from leaning too far in any direction. All of which is lovingly maintained by selfless public servants… (“Just don’t you be lookin’ too deeply into the vast fortunes amassed by career politicians who make around $200k annual salary, while paying for the upkeep on two residences”).

2020 and Daylight Robbery

In the aftermath of the 2020 election, It finally dawned on me what was meant by “They never thought she would lose.” Back in 2016, the pre-programmed algorithms that were to ensure a Clinton win, were not sufficient to overcome the landslide turnout for President Trump.

After their humiliation in 2016, the collectivists dropped any semblance of subtlety. They were like Captain Tupolev from “The Hunt for Red October.”

Jack Ryan: So that’s it?

Captain Ramius: Not quite. Right now Captain Tupolev is removing the safety features on all his weapons. He won’t make the same mistake twice.

The Hunt for Red October (1990)

All of America watched the brazen theft. The moment the diamonds were in the getaway van, the corporate presstitutes set to work gaslighting the American people. Anyone who questioned the obvious lie was demonized and smeared. They [the Democrats, in collusion with the corporate media] went so far as to dredge up Obama’s fake “office of the president elect” to try and portray Joe Biden as legitimate.

Worst of all, the Republican hierarchy is denying that any fraud took place. Either they are in collusion, or they are afraid that their own misdeeds may come to light. More likely, I think, is that they are actually Democrats.

The Danger, as I See It

You may say I’m a dreamer,
but I’m not the only one…

I’ll bet you there are thousands more like me in Gwinnett County Georgia alone. People who realize that the 2020 election was fraudulent from the start, that Trump won, and that the Republican establishment has refused to stand and fight for our Republic.

We are angry, and want to DO something. But are not sure what. We don’t know where to go, or with whom to connect in order to amplify our voices, and force our servants (our elected employees) to do their jobs and demand justice. Setting up contact with like minded “21st Century Founders,” is a good start.

We shouldn’t have to tar and feather a mere politician over this. But that option ought, literally, to be on the table. Elected Republicans should have recognized on 04 Nov 2020 that the time for decorum was over.

We can reach out to them with the right message: “We want our damn diamonds back, NOW.” But if nothing happens…

If Governor Kemp, and Lt. Governor Duncan continue to evade and stonewall… If Secretary of State Raffensperger, and his ops guy, Sterling, are not exposed…if the Georgia GOP hierarchy works behind the scenes to “rehabilitate” the reputation of ANY who are connected in any way with this crime…

…The voters will never forgive, and never forget.

The Republican party will be done in the State of Georgia. As will our Republic.

The GAGOP statement:

On 27 Aug 2021 (23:27) the First Vice Chairman of the Georgia Republican party, B.J. Van Gundy replied directly to my earlier query (on the Georgia True Republicans group text) about the possibility of a Raffensperger rehabilitation that “NO ONE in the leadership of the GAGOP has any intention of salvaging him [Brad Raffensperger]. Period.” His reply was also “liked” by the Second Vice Chairman of the Georgia Republican party, Brant Frost.

There should be fist fights breaking out on the chamber floor, and duels on the steps outside. THAT is the seriousness of what we face.

No less than the future of our Republic is at stake.

If the diamonds are not returned…(if 2020 is not corrected, and the thieves brought to swift, even summary, justice), ordinary conservatives will throw in the towel and stay home. Now, and in the future. Even the most ardent Reaganite will accept that both parties are hopelessly corrupt.

That is what our collectivist enemy wants. That is the very reason why they infiltrated both parties, and colluded to deny access to any third party, and prevent any real reform.

“There’s a lot of Republicans who are actually Democrats. But there aren’t any Democrats who are actually Republicans.”

Dan Bongino

It’s time to purge the RINOs. With extreme prejudice. There are those within the party who object to this, which is exactly the attitude that has allowed the Republican brand to be dragged further to the left with each election cycle. How else do you explain the GOP embracing a guy in a dress as an acceptable conservative candidate for California?

These infiltrators push “the [ideological] big tent” mantra, but in deed, they still reject the big tent of diverse families, ethnicities, tribes, and tongues.

How many faux republicans seem to want only token representatives of other cultures and ethnicities?

This is NOT conservatism. Not at all.

What, exactly are we as a nation?

America is unique among the nations of the earth. Where most are built upon an ethnic heritage (Japan for the Japanese, India for the Indians, Germany for the Germans, Argentina for Argentinians)… The United States are built on an idea. Like so many others, we are nationalists. Our nationalism however, is based not on DNA or some other immutable characteristic, but on an idea. We are what is known as civic nationalists.

Civic nationalism means that regardless of your heritage or background, you embrace the principles of the Declaration of Independence, and the United States Constitution as the foundation of these United States; you understand, accept, and support that, in the main, our legal foundation originated in the Bible.

If you embrace these things, you choose to identify as American, then you are one of us. If you choose not to, then I suggest you leave our land, and emigrate to a nation whose laws and customs are more preferable. But do not come here and demand that we change to suit you.

Regarding my claim about the Biblical origins, of our legal system, read Numbers and Deuteronomy in the King James Bible. The legal framework will look very familiar to you.

And what should we do as a party, to win support?

Speak to people where they live; real people, with real dreams, who are concerned about family, home, safe streets, lower taxes, a small-business friendly environment (How many Americans work for small business, vs large? Stop pitching the business-friendly bit to global corporations. Bezos and his pals can afford the rent anywhere), and a smaller government that stays out of our business, our lives, and our property.

My worry is that we may be too late:

We are at war

Most Americans just don’t know it yet.

When I was a kid, all the wild-eyed conspiracy nuts used the “frog in a pot of water” analogy to describe the creeping communism that they claimed had infiltrated our systems.

Conversely, the collectivists mocked these wild-eyed conspiracy nuts as “Birchers,” and kooks.

“Collectivists?”

I prefer the term “collectivist” instead of “liberal, fascist, socialist, Nazi, democrat, communist, or national socialist” because regardless of the minor differences at the edges, all these ideologies remove liberty, property, choice, or freedom of association. They all impose the will of the collective upon the individual.

As it turns out, the wild-eyed conspiracy nuts were absolutely correct. The communists have been infiltrating for over 100 years. By the time FDR’s administration came along, they were in deep.

Better still, the John Birch Society has been vindicated many times over. They are methodical and rigorous in their research, and have always presented their findings in a manner that passes an honest scholarly review.

The Enemy are Evil, not Stupid

Conservatives have, for most of my life, referred to the left as “idiots.” But I think that is a grave mistake. Our error is in assuming that they want the same things we want: Strong families, strong culture, and a free and prosperous nation.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

“Your talk, talks. And your walk, talks.
But your walk talks much louder than your talk talks.”

An old preacher from my youth, whose name I cannot recall.

The actions taken by political leaders of the last 20 years only make sense when you realize that those whom we have elected to serve as our representatives… are not serving the people who put them in office. Instead, they are serving the powers behind the throne. And the aims and goals of the few in power, are very different aims and goals than we, the voters.

Contrary to what you may have heard from conservative pundits, they are succeeding…wildly.

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When someone says “Biden is failing,” I know that this person means well. But I also know they do not understand that Biden, Obama, Bush, Clinton, et al… are mere puppets. No more in charge of the federal government than you or I.

Who is a puppet, and who is not?

It is not my intent to make burgers of your sacred cows. But my rule of thumb for determining who is a puppet, and who is real is to look at what that politician does, and how that politician is treated (by the corporate media presstitutes) during their time in office, vs after they leave office.

Former presidents, for the most part, look like they’re best pals. That is telling.

They tried to kill Reagan. Did that make him toe the line? I don’t know, did he ever try to get rid of the Department of Education as he promised?

Kennedy was murdered in office. I was not alive then, but I suspect that he turned out to be ungovernable.

And Trump? You tell me. I think you can tell a lot about a man’s character by those who besmirch it.

More and More

The idea of a global elite conspiracy receives less push-back these days.
Most people are starting to see that it is very real.

If you are a God fearing man, Psalms chapter 2 will prove the existence of a vast conspiracy.

“Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing?
The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the LORD, and against his anointed, saying,
Let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us.
He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision.”

~Psalms 2:1-4

No less a globalist than Woodrow Wilson was aware that there is a power behind the scenes.

“Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. some of the biggest men in the United States — in the fields of commerce and manufacturing — are afraid of somebody. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.”

~Woodrow Wilson, in his book “The New Freedom”

J. Edgar Hoover collected a lot of information on a lot of people. He gave a magazine interview in which he also alluded to a conspiracy.

“The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists. The American mind simply has not come to a realization of the evil which has been introduced to our midst. It rejects even the assumption that human creatures could espouse a philosophy which must ultimately destroy all that is good and decent.”

~J Edgar Hoover, as quoted in The Elks Magazine (August 1956)

J. Edgar Hoover’s statement about the individual, and the American mind is confirmed by Adolph Hitler himself, who coined the term “The Big Lie” to explain how the masses fall for preposterous absurdities.

“…in the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie, since they themselves often tell small lies in little matters but would be ashamed to resort to large-scale falsehoods.”

Adolph Hitler, on große Lüge, (the “Big Lie.”)

Before last week, I had never even heard of Jean-Francois Revel, a french philosopher who had a pretty good handle on human nature, and how it affects the politics of a democracy.

“Democracy tends to ignore, even deny, threats to its existence because it loathes doing what is needed to counter them. It awakens only when the danger becomes deadly, imminent, evident. By then, either there is too little time left for it to save itself, or the price of survival has become crushingly high.”

~Jean-Francois Revel, in his book “How Democracies Perish”

When I read his words, I immediately saw the relevance for our America, right here, right now.

What’s goin’ on?

Remember when I said “we are at war?”

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If you’ve been paying attention over the last five years, you may have noticed that, in addition to the politicians who have been quietly serving the globalist agenda since post WW2… we now have shock troops in the streets, whose stated intention is to “burn it all down.” To destroy our Constitutional Republic, and bring about a socialist dictatorship.

You and I are law abiding Citizens of a Constitutional Republic. We honor the rule of law. Most of us, instinctively honor the golden rule

“And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise.”

~Jesus, Luke 6:31

But…we are facing an enemy that has no respect for the rule of law. As a matter of fact, they want to destroy the law, and all who oppose them. While we “work within the the system” to fight them, they are busy destroying our system (why do you think that decades ago, the judges and the school boards were among the first targets for infiltration?).

Lest you think “I’m not worried, I back the blue! The police and the military will never allow that to happen.” Have you noticed that kids are leaving high school and college, thoroughly inculcated with collectivist ideology? What do you think these kids will do when given the order to fire upon “dangerous terrorists who have been radicalized by right wing internet content?” Watch this video made by an active duty Army Staff Sergeant.

I suggest you ponder this: The military, and the police, have been recruiting from high schools and colleges for decades…. and for the last 20 years, school districts like the one here in Gwinnett County, Georgia, have been sending kids home with instructions to read a vile, anti-American screed called “A People’s History of the United States” by a communist named Howard Zinn.

Rather than read this steaming pile of lies, I suggest you read “Debunking Howard Zinn: Exposing the Fake History that Turned a Generation Against America” by Mary Grabar, Ph.D.

The war has been raging for years in the classrooms of America, whether you are willing to face it or not. But in the last five years, it has spilled out onto the streets of our cities and towns. America is burning, and it will only get worse.

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The sooner you acknowledge it, and take action, the more we can reduce the risk of catastrophic harm… for if collectivism takes over, we will have mountains of corpses, and oceans of blood.

There may come a day, very soon, when good men will have to step outside the system, and become the monsters that it will take, not just to protect our families, our freedom, and our nation… but to crush our enemies, decisively.

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As another famous populist once said:

‘I would rather die on my feet, than live a lifetime on my knees’

Attributed to General Emiliano Zapata of Mexico

The Bible tells us to stand against evil. We are commanded to take the whole armour of God. Every piece of which can be traced directly back to scripture (check me on that).

“Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.”

~Ephesians 6:13

What is your children’s freedom worth to you?

“Aye, fight and you may die. Run, and you’ll live — at least a while. And dying in your beds, many years from now — would you be willing to trade ALL the days, from this day to that, for one chance… just one chance, to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they’ll never take our freedom?”

Mel Gibson as William Wallace, “Braveheart” (1995)
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“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.”

Samuel Adams
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