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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Intemperate Frauds

There are two divided nations known as the United States. The best known is the United States of America. This is the one we all believed in, fought to defend and continue to fight to restore. The other one is the Constitutional United States, where states claim their authority over the federal government. This is the one worth fighting for today.

Perhaps, something new will take the place of the once powerful United States of America, perhaps a few other things. What is known is that the current government, actually the employees of the United States of America, no longer faithfully execute their offices. They are frauds, using our funds, pursuing the oppression of the very sustenance of their power.

The first skirmish in the ultimate undoing of this currently established nation has taken place at Bunkerville, Nevada on the Bundy Ranch. This is no longer a cohesive society. Those in power are not representatives of the people, they have other masters those big donors, those influence peddlers and money laundering experts. The true fact is simple: powerful people give big money to politicians (not representatives of the people) who become elected to official office, take an oath and immediately violate the oath and use their position to push the campaign contributions back to the powerful donors. It is a way of cycling the money through the U.S. Treasury, returning many times the amount of the contribution. Nowhere in this scheme is the role of the citizen other than to cast ballots. Sure, a road might get paved, a bridge built but by who? The companies headed by those big donors, of course.

So, let's drop the pretense. When it comes to individuals like Bundy, there is no one in the federal government who will help. They have too many donors to repay to take up a cause that goes counter to their private promises with the exchange of the envelope.

Forget Mark Levin, forget Glenn Beck's handwringing. If Glenn Beck had ever been sincere about his desire to see a re-constituted nation based on liberty and the rule of law, he missed it on the day he had several hundred thousand patriots on the mall in Washington D.C. If he had suggested anything, had any plan to put in place, we all would have taken his lead, but, as usual, he just wanted to talk.

On the other hand, we have Cliven Bundy, a man who stood up to the federal government goons long before any of us knew his name. He did it, because he was right and because he has a backbone. Of course he did it to keep things the way they were; to live and die on the ranch founded by his family. As half-owner of a small ranch in Colorado, I will tell you that the first person who tries to take it from me will never make it past the gate. That goes for bankers and deputies doing their dirty work.

No, I am not like Cliven Bundy. That is not a comparison I care to make, but we do have some similar experiences with the government and some similar attitudes about land and cattle. I will support Cliven Bundy, not because of our similar backgrounds, but because of our similar visions of federal intrusion and the criminal enterprise taking place on our nation's hallowed ground. In a few days I will have the time to show my support in person, if it is required and they are still in need of physical support.

Anyone who goes to Nevada will have to do so accepting that it may be a one-way trip. That is a difficult proposition and one that should not be made in haste, but with reason and with bows tied around the issues at home.

Everything has changed in America. The criminals in Washington have been exposed and their minions sent out to deal with obstacles to their ambition are seen for the thugs that they are. Of course, on the other side of the political spectrum, the collectivist traitors willing to deny their oath, who wear badges and think about retirement with no reservations about killing supporters of Bundy from behind Kevlar and armored vehicles. Every criminal organization needs its enforcers.

This is why the war will take place, because criminal organizations do not back down, they can't. Everything they have built in the last hundred years has been built with that threat of violence. If they don't have that, they are like a mafia don with no one to make collections, no one to break legs, no one to execute their enemies. In order to enforce their will they would need integrity built by their dedication to principle and honest dealing. They would have to be respected and that veil dropped long ago.

So, the conflict is defined: Constitutional government vs government of intemperate frauds just cycling cash through the system and skimming off the top.

This unconstitutional nation now bears no resemblance to that agreed to under the United States charter. It is bogus, a thing Bundy understands and has been willing to expose as illegitimate.

It is natural for any government to become the tyrant. The founders understood that and instituted certain rights, codified our natural rights by declaring clearly the rights to free speech, a free press and the right to arms as a last resort. We are at the point of last resort, not just Bundy, but everyone who has suffered under the weight of these tyrants.

13 comments:

  1. Excellent point on Beck. He's long since gone past the point of being a gasbag with nothing but his own ego to serve.

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  2. Glenn Beck's diatribe this morning (April 16th, 2014) on the Bundy Ranch situation was a good example of misleading people. I WILL NOT go up to an armed BLM (or any armed government "agent") and tell them that they are brother and that I love them. I understand his point but I will act with Sacred honor in the future, not stupidity.

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  3. Spot On! As CA of WRSA stated: The fuse has already been lit, by the government.
    Now the only thing left is the explosion.

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  4. I stopped listening to Beck a long time ago. I have the utmost contempt for pacifists.

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  5. Still, it's important that THEY fire the first shot. That means someone on OUR side is going to get shot before WE fire back. Each one of us has to realize that it may be ME that gets that first shot. And we have to forge ahead, even knowing that.

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    1. Wrong!
      If someone POINTS a gun at me I will defend myself.

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    2. There is a fine point here, that needs discussion.

      I believe Mike Vanderboegh is right about "no Fort Sumters". But what happened at Fort Sumter? An organized group, the SC government, fired the first shot and lost the PR war, the greatest blunder they could have made. Far better for the South, if Fort Sumter had fired on a ship and killed men, women and children in attempting to enforce Lincoln's tariff.

      We don't want to repeat this mistake. But that is MUCH DIFFERENT than an individual defensive action. If somebody attacks you with deadly force, you have to respond, and do not lose moral standing, having done so. It is not committing another Fort Sumter.

      Where does Bundy ranch fit into this? It may well be a Fort Sumter if one of the people gathered there in a militia, fires the first shot. So I believe we must be careful here.

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    3. I agree a person should always strive to do the moral, but PR? Really? Am I supposed to care what hundreds of millions of sheeple THINK? I'll entertain the argument if you've got it, but I'm only interested in what they DO, and even then only if it obstructs others.

      You may say, "Well, what they think proceeds to what they do," and that's true enough. But I figure my time is better spent figuring out what /I/ ought to do. Seems to me that if folk spent more time doing that and less time trying to adjust others, things might work out okay. Do you think that's wrong?

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  6. The standard approach this regime has taken time and again is to arrange for some 'independent' negative revelation about the opponent to surface, then the liberal media will run with it and the fix will be in. Or, more radically, if things escalate, then some sort of false flag event will be provided implicating Bundy, which the regime's thugs will be obliged to respond to. They'll likely wait a few weeks / months for the brouhaha to die down before the decisive blow is struck. They do this almost routinely now.

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  7. Paul Bonneau, prepare to get loaded onto the cattle cars, for shipment to you know where. Ft. Sumter was 153 years ago. Our loyal opposition knows all about our "Moral High Ground", and gleefully rub their hands together in anticipation. Remember the Jews in the Warsaw ghetto? They decided to take up arms against the Nazis only after MOST OF THEM WERE ALREADY EXTERMINATED. That was only 70 years ago, and times have changed. This "government", or the Gang, as I refer to them, know all the modern methods of exterminating their enemies, know the precedents, and know how to hush it up and sell murder to their sheeple. Don't believe me? The ghosts of those at Waco do. Be sure to whisper the words, Ft. Sumter, behind the barbed wire, starving, sick, and waiting for your turn in the ovens. We are wasting time we don't have. But do, let's be careful. And law abiding. And highly moral. Our enemies have no such restraints. While they murder, rape, and rob us at their leisure. Kind of like watching the grass grow, dontcha think? The only way we're going to defeat the horror we face is to become a worse horror. What do you think Hiroshima was? Do you think the Nazis gave a shit what morality was? Do you think our own Gang has ANY morals? We're about to be gang fucked in the alley, and you're worried about how we look. Welcome to Hell. In case you need a reminder, Hell is where you suffer endlessly, and you can do nothing about it. You COULD have done something about it while you were free, and alive.............................

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