Lies of Omission

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Monday, December 4, 2017

Who Cares?

The real, perhaps only, question I consider valid is "are you moving in the right direction?" All of this blathering about whether or not the Constitution is a valid document, or a bad document, or a useless document is nothing other than posturing. If one is motivated toward action through an understanding that the Constitution has been violated, does it really matter if someone else considers them "truly enlightened?" Holy crap.

Truly, is it just guns? Is that the only purpose of the Second Amendment, to own guns? Because, I thought it was a bigger issue, that the condition of the rights secured under the Second Amendment served mostly to tell us how far down the path of tyranny we had traveled. It is a benchmark. Obviously, by that marker we are somewhere between screwed and totally screwed. "But, if they come for my guns..." Okay, I'll take them for their word, but unless one answers that door with rounds fired through the wall on either side of the door, answering it probably won't yield the desired outcome. Take a lesson from the Branch Davidians on that one.

There's no voting our way out of this. Okay, but does that mean that when local votes are taken for County Commissioner that everyone should just stay home? Not to me. As we saw up in Custer County, where George Gramlich helped Ann Bastrop and Ann Wilson lead the charge to recall and replace all three so-called Republican County Commissioners. In the end, they only got two of them, leaving the most conservative of the three leftists in office. That was a monumental effort and as soon as the majority of new County Commissioners got into office, they unwound the collectivist agenda put through only a few months before. Oh, but "there's no voting our way out of this." Right?

It will take a war to get anywhere near the sort of liberty many of us want and it's bad enough fighting off the leftist, collectivist, communists in power without having to defend one's flanks and rear from our own side. Our own side, by the way, consists of smarter, faster, more willing participants than any of us out there doing the work through the system as it exists. They don't have to work, because they know it will come down to a war, so they are busy buying up guns and criticizing everyone else, who are also busy buying up guns and food and communication equipment and bandages and learning how to make soap and such. Better to dig a hole and pour guns and ammo into it than anything else.

To me, there always looms the time when elbow deep in blood from killing off one's collectivist neighbors and hanging the politicians from lampposts that one must look up from all of the slaughter and realize that a social structure still must exist. Or, maybe we will just start in on each other, root out all those damn Constitutionalists, etc. If not, if there is that moment when the wet work is done, someone is going to have to figure out how to make the sewer system work. We can't be too long about it, either, because there will be vultures peering at America from every corner of the globe, waiting for us to stop killing each other so they can swoop in with their greater firepower and take over this little burg. Or, Google will just contract with these vultures to finally get the socialist utopia (mass consumerism with no dissenting thought) it has always sought.

We live in an imperfect world. The several government entities we all live under have perverted the concept of "civil servants" to the point of ridiculous things like $15 million of taxpayer money for a hush fund for those sexually molested by the same people who voted to create the fund and then kept it private. Where the FBI forces non-disclosure agreements to prevent witnesses from exposing their egregious and illegal behavior, not because they would reveal information sensitive to national security. The secrecy of the government is the worst possible violation of their power and yet that isn't worth rising up and demanding their heads, because protesting is for fools.

Yet, protesting has driven more governments out of power than violent revolution. People in the streets terrifies politicians, because there are so many instances of the effectiveness of it. Ask Mussolini, ask Ceausescu, ask Marie Antoinette how that turned out. No, it doesn't matter that the military had anything to do with it. It is that image of a popular uprising that ends with their hanging or firing squad or the guillotine that strikes fear in the hearts of all politicians. It is a base and disgusting way to end a life, to be brought out as some common thug and executed. They spend their lives believing they are too big, too powerful, too sophisticated to be treated like some commoner and the image of it drives them to desperation.

But, keep buying guns and keep extolling your superiority to all who will listen.

12 comments:

  1. So, anonymous isn't cucking it up? When you grow a pair I might take something serious from you. Til then send me pictures of your great exploits. Yawn. Waiting.

    See, getting on your level just makes me feel creepy.

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  2. From Wes:

    For some reason I cant get logged in to leave a comment on your article.

    I hope the anonymous guy your trying to provoke answers.. lol

    Anyway

    Americans are to comfortable to do anything about our corrupt govt. As long as they have a roof over their head and food on the table, all our modern comforts, football, dancing with the stars..etc... Nothing will change.. Our Govt flaunts how corrupt they are in our face on a daily basis yet nothing changes. I agree we have to keep voting however We cant vote our way out of this mess. A very bloody battle is going to have to waged and once Politicians start fearing for their lives yes maybe then we can Restore our Republic. The problem right now is those who are willing to do the ugly work right now are few and far between. I'm not sure what its going to take to get enough people together and ready for what has to be done. You may not know this but there are things that Gnaw at a man worse than dying.

    feel free to post this
    Not sure why I cant get it post in comments.

    Hope you are doing well.

    How's the ankle?

    Hope to hear from you soon

    Wes


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    1. Everything is good. Back to work and everything.

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  3. Sorry, I'm not the "anonymous" you're looking for -- I'm a different one.

    Don't feel "creepy". It needed to be said and I, for one, am glad you said it. I thought I was alone.

    When thinking about "our side", and the backbiting therefrom, of particular importance is this bit:

    "there always looms the time when elbow deep in blood from killing off one's collectivist neighbors and hanging the politicians from lampposts that one must look up from all of the slaughter and realize that a social structure still must exist."

    Unfortunately, it is at this point that I must observe that 'the enemy of my enemy' is NOT, necessarily, my friend. Allies of necessity or convenience, maybe. But not to be trusted.

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  4. Interesting, changed browsers and I was able to enter a comment.

    Your probably not following the Bundy trials out in Las Vegas, but a similar situation is arising. The prosecutor's lawyer team has a lawyer who was in the FBI leadership as they were having the confrontation over the Bundy cattle on BLM lands. The FBI is caught actually video in taping the Bundy home and others after denying it for 2 years. Now the FBI is caught wire tapping attorney client conversation at the prison and passing the audios to the prosecution. Then there is beer "confessions" as the FBI impersonated a documentary team and the BLM taping conversations and denying it when asked, and the denial that conversations ever happened only to find out conversations actually did happen between the BLM and the Bundy's.

    First the Bundy's accusations was the Buruea of Land Management was corrupt. Then they accused the FBI being complicit. Then the private prison was abusive. Then the accusation was the prosecution was covering up evidence. Unfortunately, as the trials play out, it is all true. And the confidential informant was sent to prison for the longest sentence.... Longer than any plea deal. While the embedded reporter is jailed for nearly 2 years before being released without a trial.

    As people lose faith in the government, the response is a bigger hammer on the rebellious public.

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  5. Then there is the Waco biker gang fighting. Gang members were shot with 5.56 bullets and only the FBI had those rifles.

    Let's not forget the Muhammad cartoon contest in Garland Texas where the FBI encouraged the Muslims to shoot the place up.

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  6. And don't forget the death of LaVoy Finnicum where an FBI agent lied about shooting and attempted to recover the bullet casing. The agents name was never revealed because that would be "inflammatory".

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  7. The more I think about it, the more I am ticked about Chuck Schumer mocking President Trump and telling him never offend the intelligence community because they'll get you back.

    The intelligence community is corrupted and self serving. Leon Panetta did a number on the CIA. Mueller and Comey are no friend of the people.

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  8. The more I think about it, the more I am ticked about Chuck Schumer mocking President Trump and telling him never offend the intelligence community because they'll get you back.

    The intelligence community is corrupted and self serving. Leon Panetta did a number on the CIA. Mueller and Comey are no friend of the people.

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  9. And don't forget the death of LaVoy Finnicum where an FBI agent lied about shooting and attempted to recover the bullet casing. The agents name was never revealed because that would be "inflammatory".

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  11. One must always prepare for world after next, for it is indeed coming.

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