For the record, I am not a member of any organization, not the NRA, not GOA, not Tea Party, not militia, nothing other than a delegate to the III% Congress, which is to say that I am a freelance advocate for the Constitution. Whatever liberty-based organization to which I have temporarily become a member has only been in an attempt to understand their philosophy and goals, nothing more.
I control no group of individuals or have influence with anyone. Whatever I say, I say in encouragement to patriots of the Constitution to hold its values above the laws passed by a corrupt government operated by officials in violation of their oaths to defend the Constitution.
A government unlimited by the constitution has no authority to pass laws of any kind.
In each case of corruption, be it at the local, state or federal level it has started by violating the oath to defend the Constitution of the United States of America. The ultimate decision as to whether something is constitutional or not does NOT lie with the Supreme Court, a highly political body, but with the people themselves. The Supreme Court might only rule something Constitutional which clearly is not and thereby expose itself as in violation of its charter and corrupt.
The people themselves have got to decide, through plain language, (not a mishmash of Stare Decisis rulings) whether something is obviously unconstitutional or not. It is not difficult. The Constitution was written with clear language meant to be interpreted by the people with no additional filter necessary. When the language suggests that these rights "shall not be infringed" or are "inalienable" it means exactly that, not by legislatures and not by politically obedient courts. Any reading of such phrases or words by an oath-abiding official would have to find every law passed limiting such rights as unconstitutional and where that is not the case, where exceptions have been made, it is unconstitutional and the oath violated and the charter revoked.
The American citizen is bound by no loyalty to a government, but to the document which created the government. Where the government has strayed from its purpose and obedience to the document, to which the American citizen is loyal, it has become disloyal to the citizen. In other words, it has chosen to become the enemy of the people by violating its oath and using the political power granted by the people against the people.
When a government uses the power of its public offices designed to ensure the liberty of the people, to secure their rights and their property as a means to alienate the people from their liberty, their rights and their property, it is unjust, illegal and traitorous.
While I am no leader, belong to no organization, pay dues to no entity and act in no official capacity for any group or organization, I say to you that your leaders are those who led the first American Revolution against the exact same tyranny and oppression of a government acting on the dictates of a king, with no seeming responsibility to the citizens of the colonies despite demands for payments and threats of force to comply.
I have been asked what we should do now that such actions have been taken against us. From the advice of the founders: form into squads, identify targets and work to undermine and/or destroy those targets.