Glad to see another person on the historical path. We have been trying to point out that the only way a “people” have become “free” and truly self-governing, was the way it was done here, leading up to 1776.
It is a process that has since been used by many bad people in history to gain power in disguise of gaining Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.
Marx and Engels were the first of those with help from their fellow travelers. Marx’s tool of destruction is still with us today. It is the pseudo science called Sociology. That is not a subject or a field of study. It is psychological tool, built to dismember a society and it has taken over the educational systems in our nation over the last 50 years. What is worse, it is a system that was already prepared as a brainwashing machine by John Dewey.
What everybody must be carfeul of is, not choosing ourselves as the ones who will write the words of separation on our own. The must be done by consensus of our own communities. Then step-by-step, bring representatives as delegates together for the next level of preparation for protecting our natural rights.
Some states may not need to abandon their positions. They may only want to fix them. Some may be so far under water, that they have no choice but to rewrite the design of their governments. But do not do it without making your case! You do that by making Declarations of grievances and it must me voted on by “the majority of the Public Weal” (see the Virginia Declaration of Rights, June 12,1776 and don’t forget to read the years leading up to that in The Papers of George Mason)
The paper work goes out before any muskets come out for defense.
When it comes to people like Alinksy and what he did with his two books, I can only put into these few words for the sake of brevity and they are, that Alinsky waded through the history of our nation’s founding, saw what looked like the Exacliber of their time, pulled the sword from the rock, ground off the reasons and the goals of why that sword was built and enscribed his own goals and words on it. Then he began a long campaign of using the greatest weapon, a student of Sociology could had ever built.
The truth is the only weapon against this foe of ours and our ignorance of our own history, is our own worst enemy.
Time is getting shorter. The enemy has the algorithms on our searches, our readings, our purchases. Not of guns and ammo. They see people like us on the move now. They were ready for it during the TP days, but it didn’t get that far, because the GOP got in (like the Alinsky model of taking over a movement to make it yours) and they quashed it. But like all plans that pass through the meeting rooms at the Pentagon, it is still there and just a keystroke away from being unleashed on us, if just the slightest error or deviation from the founders takes place.
We must stick to the model. Your reading history, allows you to make those contrasts, comparisons and connections to strangers at a moments notice. You will see the type of pebble in their shoe. You will know how to communicate with them and show them how they are just as wronged as our founding fathers were.
For those of you on the Southern Border, can you imagine how your group can swell if you could speak Spanish, and explain to them that they are the new SLAVE population? That both Democrats and Republicans want them here to be used! Show them how your ancestors fought that. Show them how over time, your ancestors were tricked into Socialism. Show them how Socialism is just like being a slave in a kingdom.
We have it worse than our founders my friends. No matter how guns we have, if it is as the above poster said, 10+ to one, where do you see the end? We need to turn those numbers around. Take over their movement in the same name as our founders did for us!
They were not all in agreement either! That is why, I beg for at least the lazy amongst us to watch 1776 and pay close attention to the lines and the subjects. I have not watched the HBO version on John Adams. It’s a little too toned down for me, based what I’ve read but it doesn’t have the musical interruptions that 1776 had. If you can’t read, at least get the spirit in you blood.