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Sunday, February 19, 2012

The First Betrayal

An election to office is the first betrayal of a representative, senator or president. It is from that moment on that they become subservient to an outlaw system. I say this as a point of fact, not an opinion. Any government that is freed from its Constitution is no longer operating under the law. The fact that nine other government employees (justices), some who have open distaste for the Constitution (to them an antiquated document they hold in contempt), support this wholesale disregard for law is no justification. A thief cannot absolve another thief to satisfy the demands of the victim.

We do not need another amendment to the Constitution to make them mind, they will just write more laws. They have been operating thus since the Civil War in my opinion. They will not stop, they do not understand the issues, or worse they understand them and cynically reject their importance. But, the issue at hand is their legitimacy.

The oath they take means nothing to them, but it means everything to us. It is what confers to them the power and authority to act with our consent, as representatives. But, they are only given that consent on the condition that they swear to protect and defend the document that protects us from THEM. Without their honest intent to support and defend us from the tyrannical nature of the politician, they have no authority at all. At that moment they become no better than any Arab thug dictator and should be treated accordingly.

Ours is a solemn obligation. It is an obligation to the founders and to our children. Some were called to the defense of the nation in war, others by standing against hostilities during the great expansion of the nation, but now we find the true enemy of the people at home, in the seat of government, with the power of the police at their disposal.

Isn't it odd that a nation built on the concept of protecting the individual has found so many ways to attack them?

Our obligation is not selfish, it is a sacrifice. It is not just for freedom's sake that we act, but also to defend the nation from the economic chaos that the overwhelming burden of laws and transfers of wealth have inflicted on the people. Had those in government remained faithful to the Constitution they could have done all that was demanded of the government with but a few hundred billion dollars. Instead, they have enslaved us to social programs that are sucking the economic life out of the country. Greece did the same thing and Portugal, Spain etc. The idea of controlling people through ever step of their lives cost more than those they enslave to pay for it can afford. One can only take so much blood before the donor dies.

We in the liberty/Patriot movement could wait until it all comes crashing down on us, this incredible, unsustainable debt and then act to defend ourselves, but I suggest we step forward and call their bluff. They have no cards left to reveal, except to resort to violence and police action like their Arab counterparts. If they do, they will lose any pretense to legitimacy. Already there are many suspicions aroused in the masses. The attack on religion shocked millions, who now see this sham of a government differently, but let us lead the way to the light of liberty and justice.

Consider a PatCom in your area there are many forming up across the nation. I believe Bill Nye was the first to hold one and many others can be found at his site. Also, the Liberty Summit will be held in late April at a place to be determined.

16 comments:

  1. Thanks Brock, and feel free to comment again with the link to your PatCom. Also, anyone organizing a PatCom, leave the link here so it will be easily found by those looking. I can also edit the post with those links as well.

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  2. Certainly.

    NC PATCON
    http://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2012/02/nc-patcom.html

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  3. You and I see almost everything eye-to-eye, TL, except the "sacrifice" part. I know what you mean...politics is inherently about more than just a single individual. But still, I don't think it's about sacrificing the individual to the group.

    That's what made this country different...that it's NOT about that. It's about property and pursuing happiness and rights. These are all inherently of the individual. It was about SUBORDINATING the power of the mob, to the liberty of the individual. And that's precisely what's failed.

    Capitalism is about mutual BENEFIT, and those benefits inure to the individual. I know you agree with that; I just think we'd all benefit(!) by having it exclaimed outright, and not pretend that we're doing this for some other reason.

    I mean, we may be doing it for those we love and future generations, but the way to get there IMO is to unabashedly declare that we're doing it for ourselves. By right.

    That's the point after all, isn't it?

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  4. Yes, it goes without saying there is open contempt for the Constitution:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HeoxAmmxnI

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuMXqcK4Nrg

    However, patriots need to get over the concept that there is still an intact "contract". I addressed this in my final online post (and chapter of Roadkill Medicine).

    You're all living in a company store now and the Boss defines the new terms on a daily basis. Help people understand that first and you'll go a long way to changing delusion back to the proper perception of reality.

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  5. "...Isn't it odd that a nation built on the concept of protecting the individual has found so many ways to attack them?"

    No not at all. It makes perfect sense. After all, in light of the rule of law, it is the only method of supplanting republican form of government with tyranny. It certainly has worked to a very high degree to date.
    In fact, outside of full blown overt outright police state/Marshal law being instituted and implemented, there is really was no other viable method in our time and circumstances that could be effective in undermining our Liberty with the subsequent results of a coup of this here constitutional Republic from the inside out.
    Consider the truth. We live under a system of rule and indenture, where we who observe the rule of law, who pay the bills, keep by our very own examples of decency and conscience, the entire leviathan together. It is our faith, belief in something larger, grander, better than ourselves, that which makes us the great society we are, that this is all that stands in the way of the hordes and their elites. The inherent power of the sovereign contained in this reality is something that must be understood. It must be.
    Understanding this truth is the sprout of recourse that grows into the tree of Liberty.

    Which in all if you give it a good think, unquestionably leaves it to ourselves to redress such crimes of tyranny and restore Liberty virtue and principle as the driving force in our lives culture and government.

    There are certainly none who is coming to our rescue. We of the people have been left out to hang in the breeze. It is to ourselves we must look and depend on. Look inward, but look outward also. It is this that we must come to terms with.

    The details of tyranny do not matter any longer. It is here, it exists in every facet of our lives. It is understanding the choices before us. I think many have made the choice of what they will, can, or are doing, on a gut level, an instinctual plane. It is understanding this choice that is the crux of our Liberty and the restoration of it.

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  6. This statement of truth below is paramount to understanding something profound about us as a people of Liberty:

    It is not ours to restore the power of the Constitution. It is ours to show them the wrath of America without the protections the Constitution offers them.

    Let them restore it to find refuge from us.

    – TL Davis

    Aside from the fact it is the defining statement of our time, it defines the profound nature of who and what we are. There is inherent in this, the understanding of those choices we have before us.

    The Tyranny breathing down our throats is like a leech. And like a leech, killing its host is not in its best interest. The idea for the leech is to get its host used to being almost bled dry, leaving just enough blood for its victim to keep up the supply of sustenance the leech can not function without.
    For the leech the key here is keeping its victim from the truth, the truth the victim does not need the leech. It is the exact opposite. But shhhhh! don't tell the host that.

    Its like the protections of The Constitution.

    What protections?

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  8. As usual, the comments rival the post. Thanks for putting a finer point to it than I had.

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  9. "We live under a system of rule and indenture, where we who observe the rule of law, who pay the bills, keep by our very own examples of decency and conscience, the entire leviathan together."

    Wow, there's the whole story in a single sentence. So is decent action in the service of evil, right or wrong?

    IOW is the answer to stop doing things decently, or to stop having them be in the service of evil? I don't wish to stop doing things decently, so it's a no-brainer for me.

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  10. I agree. If the government is no longer bound by the Constitution, then neither are the people. It's OUR Constitution, not the Supreme Court's Constitution. We expect our elected representatives to obey it. If they don't, they have no legitimate authority. It comes down to a matter of who has more guns, them or us.

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  11. Joe from Sidney said:

    It comes down to a matter of who has more guns, them or us.


    Us.

    No contest.

    Bring it.

    Get used to it, folks. The only way this gets resolved is the usual way... when there are irreconcilable differences of opinion, not to mention matters of shear survival, there WILL be a fight.

    Let's win.

    Jon III

    Let's win.

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  12. @Joe from Sidney:

    "It comes down to a matter of who has more guns, them or us."

    The number of guns means little. The will to use them means everything. Waco and Ruby Ridge showed that they are willing to use theirs. It also showed that those who claim to oppose Leviathan have no will to use theirs.

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  13. Yep Fellas, it's kind of like this...


    I see the bad moon arising.
    I see trouble on the way.
    I see earthquakes and lightnin'.
    I see bad times today.

    (CHORUS:)
    Don't go around tonight,
    Well, it's bound to take your life,
    There's a bad moon on the rise.

    I hear hurricanes ablowing.
    I know the end is coming soon.
    I fear rivers over flowing.
    I hear the voice of rage and ruin.

    (CHORUS)
    Don't go around tonight,
    Well, it's bound to take your life,
    There's a bad moon on the rise.
    All right!

    Hope you got your things together.
    Hope you are quite prepared to die.
    Looks like we're in for nasty weather.
    One eye is taken for an eye.

    (CHORUS)
    Don't go around tonight,
    Well, it's bound to take your life,
    There's a bad moon on the rise.

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  14. TL said, "...It is what confers to them the power and authority to act with our consent, as representatives. But, they are only given that consent on the condition that they swear to protect and defend the document that protects us from THEM..."

    Yet TL said also, and what bakes my noodle, is the truth the document defends them from us.
    And by extension, every American who bellies up to the public trough of free shit, (and or power/status accorded by employment in a Soviet style system of Nomenklaturer government), at the total expense of the America that still to this very second honors and respects the rule of law.

    How insane is that?

    A rule of law, that by any rational accounting of reality only exists for those of us who are not a part of this corruption, which we are the sole financial supporters via extortion of our income and prosperity, and by extension we enable this system of dictate, by our compliance to this system of indenture simply through the use of our production, sweat and industry.

    And We, we who are forced without any choice, and most important, voice, we are the only source of money that supports what is a truly unique American system of tyranny.

    How far is this corruption able to progress and grow before something gives. What is the straw that breaks the Camel's back?
    Truth is there ain't a whole lot left after the raping and pillaging been going down. Can't get something from nothing right?

    This tyranny is a leviathan. A monster of unparallelled proportions, right? Its taken on a life of its own. It can not stop. It seems to me, in my darkest and weakest moments a boogeyman that can not be vanquished just due to its immensity. But reason prevails, and I come to the truth that it is made up of people. It is made up of people who consume everything within their grasp, who produce NOTHING, but destruction of the very system they leech on. People, who are blood suckers. Parasites that can only exist as long as people like me produce something they can take to use to support their existence in this system of tyranny.

    And I realize, the perceived power these parasites hold is an illusion. Sure, this system, its participants can throw me in a prison, take everything I own of material goods, my land, my job, my worldly possessions. They may even kill me if they desire.
    But, but they are only people. Weak people. People of no virtue, they certainly lack principle. They live in a system of power based on a lie and made up of lies.
    It is an edifice which it's only supporting foundation is the very people it extorts and imposes the lies of its supposed supreme "laws" upon. People, whose power and privilege evaporate like a fart in a hurricane the instance the perception of their power is challenged outside the protections that document provides them.
    People who have no heart in this ultimate game of life. People who do not have resolve and faith in something larger and better.

    I own lock stock and barrel, something I have earned with my druthers, they can never ever take, my dignity and my faith, and even though they are trying like hell, my Liberty. On paper that Liberty may be endangered and snuffed out by edict and politic, it exists sure as the day I was born in my heart and my mind. Forever.
    That is everything.

    Here's my banner, my flag of Liberty, my middle finger! I fly it with pride and verve. I fly it with all my being. You tyrants and sycophants, you apparatchiks and elites!? You see it?
    Up all your arses!

    You can rob me.
    You can imprison me.
    You can shoot me.
    You can even kill me.
    You can go to hell.
    Because I own something you can never have, its mine, its something you ain't got.
    Liberty.

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