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Monday, November 12, 2012

Our Enemy Is Ambiguity

The election of Mitt Romney, while no panacea in itself, would have offered the oppressed masses the opportunity to expose the excesses and abuses of the Obama Administration. That opportunity is lost and along with it any recourse to election fraud that most probably took place. There will be no healthy cleansing of the political system, ever.

This is the poignant fact: America cannot recover from the economic and political corruption it now suffers. The media will never expose those in power, they are tied to them politically and see themselves simply as generals coordinating the future they have long worked to secure.

The flagging economy is merely an excuse to prosecute the social justice the Marxists in the media champion. The damage done by Obamacare will be recast in a positive light even while the elderly are cleansed from the non-contributing sector of society. Since the elderly are often the most wealthy, this will be done apace to redistribute their wealth through an aggressive death tax and to filter their funds down to those more heavily taxed and likely to put the funds through the economy.

The TSA is the modern SS. DHS is nothing other than an internal Gestapo. In the name of terrorism, we are all suspect.

The single and only limiting factor to the sudden devolution of the United States into a communist power would have been the election of Mitt Romney and I take no pleasure in expressing that fact. I was not a fan of Mitt's nor a backer, but I did support his election over legitimizing Obama's policies and practices.

Those who voted for their own goodies and payoffs will find that they don't materialize. They will realize too late that they have been duped. I feel no sympathy for them. They are the foolish and gullible that have always existed in America. Prior to today, we could tolerate them; we could afford the luxury of their presence in our society, no more.

We have been no champions for our cause, either. We lack focus. We lack will. No one wants to be the sacrificial lamb. No one wants to be first. No one wants to take the heat for a huge majority of the population who are rightfully outraged.

For once we need to focus. We need to agree on something, or we will be nothing but by-standers to the political carnage that faces us today. If we cannot stand for something that will appeal to those likely to be displaced by the coming regulations, restrictions and increased unemployment we will lose an invaluable opportunity.

Do we focus on the treason of the media? Do we focus on the TSA? Do we focus on the DHS? The IRS? The Patriot Act? Do we focus on Obamacare and the jobs lost due to it? Do we focus on abuses of federal and local law enforcement?

We need to present an option to the increasingly disaffected, ticked off and abused. If we are the III, then let us act as the III in highlighting the abuses of our focus. We could use our blogs to focus not on every issue that raises our ire, but one single issue, one single focus, drilling down deeper and deeper until we expose everything we can on it, those who make the decisions, those who carry out the actions, names, places, addresses, etc. Expose them, open them up to the risk meted out by the oppressed.

We need to become an effective opposition group. The Tea Party is dead, useless, ineffective because they were not able to do anything other than assimilate into the opposition. We must be vigilant, even militant. We have no allies in this corrupt government. No corrupt government official can be of use to our cause which is simply the rightful exercise of our rights. If they are in government, they are corrupt and in opposition to our Constitution and our liberty.

29 comments:

  1. When it comes to tyranny, the first thing forgotten is honesty and integrity. That's where we stand and I'm suspicious of those that supposedly count our votes without collusion to promote an agenda.

    I might be wrong, but I have the feeling the actual vote is not what was reported.

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    1. Wrong. Obama tried to steal the election by shorting himself 10 MILLION VOTES compared to '08? Prolly not. Mittinz even lost to McCain, for Chrissake...by 2 million votes. And it's EZ to see why: McCain was, at least, good on one conservative issue: gun rights. Romney, though, was a career gun-grabber, invented Obamacare before there was an Obama, incessantly re-stated his belief in "human-induced global warming", a Marxist-globalist meme, and embraced homosexual group-entitlement. He lost because, after 6 strait election cycles where the Republicrat Party vomited up a liberal (or worse), the HardRight finally gave up on the GOP; we went to the gunstore instead of the voting booth. And that's all good. Romney would have thrown a wet blanket over the Right; the Tyrant Obama will continue to polarize the situation, to the point of hot Civil War. And that is the only way we will restore the Republic.

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  2. Start with their voice, the media. The machine behind the lies.

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  3. TL: What you are proposing is the continued strategy of challenging the legitimacy of the Establishment. The Legitimacy meme is a demonstrated loser, not least because the vast majority of Americans support what .gov is doing. The few people who might wake up are insignificant, and will not change anything.

    Action is the only remedy. The time for talking is over. As opposed as I am to secession, *action* on the issue will force a response which benefits everyone. Patriots who physically relocate their families to a more defensible set of circumstances is *action*, and public awareness that people are moving to defensive positions will, eventually, force a response. Buying firearms and ammo in record numbers is *action* that telegraphs a message and will soon force a response.

    Shining a light on the Bad People and calling them Bad People will do nothing (as we have seen for years), because they have the consent of the governed in overwhelming numbers.

    Push your audience to action, and we'll all benefit.

    Kerodin
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    1. I guess you missed the implied purpose of discovering the bad people and where they live, who they are, etc.

      I suppose you also miss that all I have been writing about for the past several years is action. Action I have already taken myself.

      We need to focus our action is what I was saying, apparently poorly. If for you that is the Citadel, fine, but those outside have to actually focus our action first. Who, what, where and the when is up to the individual. Right now, we can't even focus on the first question much less the rest.

      I can't believe you are questioning my desire and readiness to act.

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    2. I'm not questioning your desire and readiness at all. I'm saying it is time to walk forward and leave behind anyone who isn't smart enough to be aboard.

      But I would ask: What action do you recommend? In your column what you articulate is that we focus our blogs on a specific topic. Isn't that just more talk, more trying to win hearts and minds?

      Even finding and reporting the names/addresses of the Bad People accomplishes nothing unless someone is willing to physically go and confront - and that is where the breakdown exists. We all know who is who in our AOs, and where they live. But noone on our side is willing to even go to their house and hold a picket sign, much less any action that might be meaningful or effective.

      K

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    3. Sorry, I will not give a detailed account of what I suggest in a public, open forum. If no one else has understood it then this entire blog effort is a failure.

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    4. Here's where we are running into another obstacle. Some things are best not articulated in public, and as we have all seen time and again, the "Community" is simply not willing/able to show up in one place in any significant numbers to discuss details.

      It sucks.

      K

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  4. We could use our blogs to focus not on every issue that raises our ire, but one single issue, one single focus, drilling down deeper and deeper until we expose everything we can on it, those who make the decisions, those who carry out the actions, names, places, addresses, etc.

    I'm game.

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  5. I began some time ago keeping a file of names and faces. I do not have the skills to develop addresses to go with them (other than the addresses of some agency offices and Fusion Centers), but I would be very appreciative of such information if someone more skilled than I were to make such available. I didn't miss that part of your message, TL.

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  6. Action may be the only remedy, but human action arises only from choices and judgments, which is where "legitimacy" comes in. Technically, since we're volitional animals, the determination of legitimacy--in a single, judging human mind--is the ONLY thing that counts. The action ensues from that.

    The problem with being an opposition group (or individual) is that it allows the wrong party to set the playing field. Sometimes the less bad is the best one can get, but generally the more good is the better goal.

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  7. Start with simple targets of opportunity. Vehicles and unsecured outposts are the lowest hanging fruit. This will force them to tighten up. Tightening up will slow them down, make them spend effort on defense - right now they are comfortable in their dominion - we must take that away. They have many, many unguarded flags. We need to make them guard everything, all the time. Forcing them to tighten up will also increase the discomfort of Joe Sixpack, giving him immediate and pertinent cause to choose...

    Not all will choose wisely, but all must come off the sidelines and pick a side... that is how the game is ultimately played. Nothing *real* will happen until the players choose sides...only then will they be ready to suit up and take the field.

    We few can control that timing - in fact we must control it. The "trigger event" so many have been waiting for will never manifest - The media will squelch anything which might suffice. Benghazi proves that. Therefore we must create the events which will force the game to start...and these events must hit home with the political class. Think October 2002 in DC, but with fresh DC pimp-meat in the cross hairs, and you have the idea...


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  8. Reminds me of chess. He who makes the opening move has the advantage. For then your opponents moves are reactionary making it difficult to control the board if at all.

    RedWulf

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  9. http://westernrifleshooters.wordpress.com/2012/11/13/tl-davis-the-enemy-is-ambiguity/

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  10. We have to figure out a way to make "them" act first. Otherwise they and their media will paint any opposition as bad, or worse. I realize that will happen regardless, but they have to "fire the first shot" for a movement to have a rallying cry.

    I think this is one of the most important things and the biggest challenge we face.

    jwoop66

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  11. TL, the enemy is ambiguity fostered by our own "conservatives". Beck, Hannity, Limbaugh, Medved, they are the ones causing confusion on our side. Listen to them as they dance around issues that need to be confronted head on. When was the last time you heard Limbaugh talk about the dangers of millions of illegals? Hannity or Beck, almost never. But they claim to represent conservative values while pulling the rug out from under those who wish to actually point out the problems. The Tea Party? Don't tread on me as I pick up all the garbage left after the demonstration. Real tough guys the tea party. They don't want to be rude or violent. Absolutely no violence. The left loves violence. And yet they threaten to fight for their freedeom. What B.S. There is a war coming and it won't be announced on the news, and all our talking heads will say we don't believe in violence. The Founders did and they won. People have to wake up to the fact that war is coming, and they may have to leave their lawns untended and the suvs in the garage. Most Repubs are still not planning for a fight, this is our problem. Alex

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  12. TL your right the "Tea Party" is usless. I went to one meeting and they said that their message is to educate people. Oddly enough the guest speaker was some dumb broad from the local Republican party. It looked to me that the messahge was "join the Republican party". I've known old ladies that had tea parties that had more guts and better ideas than the hijacked tea party. hey should have been called the sewing circle.
    We need a call to arms. We will get it when a financial colapse happens or some other major calamity. I would have thought the phony election would have been enough.
    It has been said that had Rummy won the election there would have been riots. The weather wasn't warm enough, they only riot in the nice weather.

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  13. As far as the Tea Party goes election day was like Chic-Fil-A day. It's all the "undecided," whatever they are, who stayed home.

    I'm done with the Republican party. They are spineless devil worshiping destroyers. Maybe worse than the Democrats, more knowingly evil. Why did they turn the stars on their logo upside down into Baphomets during W's term? Bohemian Grove, NWO etc. Sick of it. We need a conservative party. The existing two parties both belong to the same owner.

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  14. I urge you to use caution regarding painting ALL law enforcement with the same broad brush. There are many patriots involved in it, ats its foundation. Same people are excellent for intel. Less than a 25% are douche bags.

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    1. Anon: "Less than 25% are douchebags."

      But 100% violate Constitutional and Natural Rights every single day that they "...do their jobs..."

      Writing a ticket for not wearing a seatbelt is as much a violation as adding 5 years on a case because of a "Dirty carry" or locking someone up for possessing crack.

      100% of LEO are guilty.

      Kerodin
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    2. 100%. Tell me, how do you feel about The Oathkeepers?

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    3. The LEO Oathkeepers are just as guilty as every other LEO. They talk shit about not violating the Constitution in the future, yet violate it every day right now. That hypocrisy is worthy of the White House.

      Kerodin
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  15. Do you guys really consider yourselves patriots? All I'm seeing are a bunch of old maids coming up with excuses so as to continue inaction, old maids who care too much about their mascara and lipstick.

    We are worse than the generations before us, at least they could claim ignorance. But we KNOW better. We are knowingly enslaving are children! and for what, a little more sunday football, a few more races, a couple more blockbuster movies?

    TL has the right of it. Either you refuse to admit that or you're too stupid to see it.

    RedWulf

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  16. Please be careful Red Wulf, you paint with a broad brush. Not all of us watch football, races and movies. Some of us live where the rest will run to. We the prepared live our life everyday waiting for the STHTF. We provide for our families, live as independantly as possible, and await the false flag or disaster that begins the end.

    We must be very careful not to be the ones that begin shooting. We will be austrsized by the general public if we are not totaly justified. They own the media. Who wants to pull the trigger first?

    The last sentace of TL's blog said it "Constitution and Liberty", I propose that be used as our montra.

    I propose TL to be gatherer of information and information adminestrator.

    TL you cannot captured nor can you sacrifice yourself for the cause.

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  17. " We must be very careful not to be the ones that begin shooting. We will be austrsized by the general public if we are not totaly justified. They own the media. Who wants to pull the trigger first?"

    Sit, watch, wait....
    Sit, watch, wait....
    Sit, watch, wait....

    That is my point. We are already painted negatively. They will continue to paint us worse and worse whether we act or not. Also, they will never "shoot" first. The idea of waiting for them to make the first move is a well played psy-ops on their part, because they already have.

    History is written by the victors.
    How long are we willing to wait?

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    1. I would suggest to watch how the states seceding from the USA plays out. I think this will show us how the "president" and his admenestration reacts. With the people in 32 states currently willing to sign, somewhere we will see movement. In the meantime we continue to work to find those that are of like mind and gather numbers. It is to soon to act upon much. The Boston Massacre happened because of a demonstration which the troops got nervous and fired on the populous. The troops getting nervous could be the key that unlocks that door.
      We are willing to wait untill they unlock the door of opportunity. Our numbers are growing. We need to flood into that door not trickel in and be captured easily.
      Be the sniper, and wait untill the target of opportunity is in clear view.

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  18. Yes, I would say go after the treasonous media first. Why? Because they are the ones who attack your supply lines, they always will, and they're effective at it. The goal should be not to get positive, honest reporting, but simply to make the liars of the media fearul of doing their usual lying routine. They cover up for Islamic savages and the corrupt government because they fear what will happen to them if they displease these constituents. It's necessary to make them even more fearful of what will happen to them if they lie about conservatives.

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  19. I would make one suggestion. Stop talking about this topic online and start organizing off the grid, and by that I do not mean prepping. This "movement" will remain stalled as long as everyone is afraid to truly talk about the deed for fear of repercussions. This online brotherhood is no good for the cause. Do you think the Sons of Liberty sat in the public squares shouting their plans at the top of their lungs? No, they organized in the dark.

    These forums are great tools to discuss the idea of the thing, but a very poor tool for planning.

    As long as you are limited in conversation, so too will be your response to the evil doers. Stop beating around the bush with veiled calls to action.

    Like politics, action should be local. Read your Claire Wolfe and Vanderboegh, plenty of ideas there.

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  20. The best way to any change is through small efforts, which for me is to avoid local television affiliated with the alphabet networks. They are part of the huge problem with a media that doesn't report facts and uses their power to promote a progressive agenda.

    It may not seem like much, but the local folks have to wander among the unwashed masses. They can't escape the reactions, if people refuse to smile when they see them, or offer comments about how they feel betrayed by their continued willingness to avoid what's right for a paycheck.

    This may not seem like much, but when any segment of society is alienated from the rest, they either become allies or adversaries. Either is a change, which is the start of any successful endeavor.

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