Mocking Trump, God or Both?

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Antifa guy shows off his AR-15

via Alan Kay

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Mass Riots in July?

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At Some Point

A man's rights rest in three boxes: the ballot box, the jury box, and the cartridge box. - Frederick Douglass

At some point in time, enough people will discern the truth and the tipping point to restore Liberty will occur. The question always is when? We have seen the revelation of the Deep State firmly entrenched in the bowels of Washington, D.C. We have seen both Democrats and Republicans colluding to retain the power base of the political elite. We have seen the role that the media plays in this coup d’etat: we just don’t know if they are willing pawns or part of the Deep State’s power base.

What we fail to see as a nation is the tenuous state of our financial system. The average wage of the American worker has declined to levels less than in 1975. The stock market’s success is based on six companies: everyone wants to own (or follow) what is perceived by society to be a “winner”. What would happen if the government’s flow of welfare and workfare was cut? Imagine Venezuela in every American city.

People wanted to believe that one man would be able to defeat the Deep State and restore America’s glory. We are just starting to realize that power of the ballot box will be replaced by the power of the cartridge box. I believe this is why free speech and our history are under attack. If we remember our foundation, we will have a change to regain Liberty.

Which side will act first? The Deep State or the people? It depends on whether we put our faith in the state or in God as our forefathers did:

“And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor.”

Then again, what good is a declaration if the people have no honor?

David DeGerolamo

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Building Community – Part 4

We got the final certificate of occupancy today and the fire marshal inspection approval yesterday. There is much work to be done but the foundation of this project is now complete. The above picture shows the shooting range completed last fall. We had a community workday and cleared a section of heavily wooded forest in 6 hours. The heavy equipment was on site for grading the foundation and road and the owner kindly allowed us to use it. Some of the trees were so large that the ground shook when they fell.

The final grading as shown above was done the following evening. Two loads of mulch and we had a 25m x 22m range in place. I want to make two points clear:

  1. A community project will only succeed if people contribute to its success.
  2. The range has already had its “fair share” of indoctrination.

The open house on Saturday, May 27th will include a tour of the range. I want to issue a special thank you for the people who have helped make this center a reality. They know that it is a work done for the glory of God.

David DeGerolamo

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My War, by Fleabaggs

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This is the most important story SLL will post this month, or maybe ever. It’s an honor to post it. Read it beginning to end and study the pictures. This is the story Americans don’t want to hear, and these are pictures from which they avert their eyes. From Fleabaggs, a Vietnam War veteran:

I have started to write this a hundred times in 49 years. I would like to have used Our War but don’t want to presume to speak for all us Nam Vets still alive who were really there for a year or more. Nor can I speak for all the families of Nam Vets and all the millions of Vietnamese whose major crime was living in Vietnam at the time.

I do presume to speak for myself and my dead buddies who told me their stories as we commiserated in a dark corner of a seedy gin mill where we had been banished. I do presume to speak for some of the families I knew and my mother and the civilians who had an impact on me while I was there. I’m going to show you a picture of a few whose story never made it to the U.S. It’s shocking so stop here if you want to remain comfortably absolved in your sweet fantasy of non-involvement. This is not about “ME,” it’s about us.


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The Choir Infernal

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Did the Russians hack our election? No. Did they “influence” the result of our election? There’s been no evidence of it. Did Trump conspire with Russia to make these non-events happen? Again, there’s not a scintilla of evidence.  But you’d never know it from the rabid stories being reported virtually everywhere.

In some ways, we liken this phenomenon to the whole global warming sham – only now, instead of seeing “consensus science” we’re seeing “consensus journalism” in which a story without substance or evidence is declared to be incontrovertibly true simply because so many nitwits have agreed to report it.


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The Government Investigates!

h/t Ed and Carolyn

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Building Community – Part 3

I was asked the following question tonight by Diane Rufino:

David, any ideas on how to help conservatives organize across the country so that if the government devolves according to the leftist plan and all hell breaks loose, we can put a plan in place to defend our rights under the Declaration (with respect to government) and to prevent the evil from taking hold. If government cannot function for the people who elected this president, then we don’t need government at all. It will have ceased to be a constitutional republic and will have officially become a political oligarchy, where a select group of political heavyweights run the country.

One of the first lessons that I learned is not to be concerned with “conservatives”. Ask ten different people what they consider conservative values to be and you will likely get ten different answers. I look for moral patriots. Ask ten different people what they consider a patriot to be and you will get a fairly consistent answer. As for the moral qualifier, we have the following wisdom from John Adams:

Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.

So let’s consider your first request as “how to help patriotic people organize”. Another lesson learned early on was that the country is too diverse to be organized. Look at all of the failed attempts in the past nine years to organize on a national level. So let’s consider your request as “how to help patriotic people organize across a cohesive geographic area”.

The reason for your request is based on a scenario: if the government devolves according to the leftist plan and all hell breaks loose. Since your request was “across the country”, I will assume that you meant the federal government. To be clear, there is no “if”, the government has devolved into tyranny without morality. I doubt any sentient person would argue this. As stated above, the Constitution and by extension the Republic are already gone.

I assume that the rights you refer to under the Declaration of Independence are:

That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

I do not see any viable scenario that will save the entire union: we will break into smaller autonomous geographic areas. Our greatest strength was the “united” of the united States (the small u in united comes from the Declaration of Independence and was usurped by the 14th Amendment). The antonym of “unity” is “diversity”. This has always been the plan of the domestic enemies that our forefathers warned us about. The political elite are actively raping the country and the people as they destroy us with division.

To be clear, the government in Washington, D.C. is evil and it is so entrenched that no one man or even a dedicated group of men can overcome it. So what should your course of action be? I can only tell you what my course of action has been up to the present. I will not put my faith in government, I will put my life in the God’s hands. I have only two goals:

  1. To give our children Liberty and freedom.
  2. To hear “arise good and faithful servant”.

Once you simplify your objectives, the Lord will guide your path if you are willing to listen. But there is a cost:

1 Peter 3:17

For it is better to suffer for doing good, if that should be God’s will, than for doing evil.

When you truly walk the path that God has intended for you, people will persecute you. For me, I was led to Murphy, NC. It was not my choice as I wanted to move to the West. But here is a fact to help everyone: God wins all discussions if you follow Him.

To survive and rebuild a better future for you children, you must change your life. These changes have been one of the points of persecution under the label of “prepper”. Here is another fact to help everyone: labels mean you are on the right path. Like everything else in life, there is good and bad. In the case of “preppers”, there are dark preppers and light preppers. I chose to follow the light. How could I not?

Last June, my wife and I took our life’s savings (and more) to set an example. One of the costs also associated with this decision was a severe time constraint which necessitated a new schedule. We bought 28 acres of land and built a 5000 sq. ft. training center. I had five small action items to do today in order to get our certificate of occupancy. We are moving our business to part of the building on Friday.

Imagine the opportunities this brings to our area of operations to “put a plan in place to defend our rights under the Declaration” in Diane words. Or even better: imagine the hope that this will bring to patriots. We will be offering training and classes in the following areas:

  1. Tactical – the range was finished last year
  2. Communications
  3. Medical
  4. Land Navigation
  5. Canning
  6. Beekeeping
  7. Systema
  8. Intelligence
  9. Gardening
  10. Power generation

And any other classes that people want to teach to build a better future. Our open house will be May 27th, 2017 at 11:30 AM. The address is 84 Roberts Road in Murphy, NC.

To answer Diane’s question, the future will be determined by the actions of patriots, not the words of conservatives hoping for a political solution. You can see the confirmation of this work by the timing of Diane’s question tonight which precipitated this answer.

David DeGerolamo

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Obama Reveals True Thoughts On Trump: “He’s Nothing But A Bullshitter”


According to two anonymous sources friendly with the Obamas, People Magazine revealed that Obama frequently describes Trump as “nothing but a bullshitter”…

 “He’s nothing but a bullsh–ter,” Obama told two friends early last November, describing an election night phone call with Trump, in which the businessman suddenly professed his “respect” and “admiration” for Obama—after years of hectoring.

Speaking to PEOPLE for its new cover story on Obama and his wife Michelle adjusting to life outside the White House, the two friends quoted Obama’s blunt assessment of President-elect Trump. And how has Obama’s opinion changed since Trump been in office? “Well,” said one of the sources, “it hasn’t gotten any better.”


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Let’s Connect the Dots, by Robert Gore

If Seth Rich was the source of the WikiLeaks’ DNC email disclosures and the FBI knew it, then the Russian hacking story was a fabrication, and James Comey was probably involved in an attempt to drive President Trump from office.

The biggest story of the entire Russiagate controversy was published Tuesday. Not the story about President Trump’s alleged statement to former FBI Director James Comey: “I hope you can let this go.” A witness is only as good as his or her credibility. If the actual big story pans out, Comey has none, which is why the mainstream media is obsessing over Trump’s alleged statement and doing everything it can to ignore and stifle the other story.

Seth Rich was on the staff of the Democratic National Committee (DNC). He was gunned down on July 10, 2016. Robbery has been speculated as a motive for the murder, but his wallet and watch were not taken. There is also speculation that Rich was the source of the DNC emails that were released by WikiLeaks twelve days later, to the consternation and embarrassment of the DNC. Fueling that speculation was WikiLeaks’ offer of a $20,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of Rich’s murderer. WikiLeaks has neither confirmed nor denied that Rich was its source.


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Sen. Thom Tillis Collapses

The 56-year-old senator collapsed during a bike race, needed CPR

Sen. Thom Tillis collapsed during a Washington, D.C., race Wednesday morning and was taken away in an ambulance, but he later released a video proclaiming his health and eagerness to get back to work.

Observers told The Associated Press that Tillis, R-N.C., at first appeared unconscious but was revived and seen breathing as he left the scene.

Just before 10 a.m. Tillis posted a short video to his Twitter account from the hospital.

“Hey everybody. I’m fine; just running — about two-and-a-half miles in got overheated, no CPR, no special measures, just checkin’ me out,” Tillis said. “See you back on the Hill.”


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Is Trump Derangement Syndrome curable?

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To Serve Americans

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Mainstream media outlets are currently having screaming hissy fits over unsubstantiated reports that Donald Trump, noted lunatic, actually held a meeting with disgusting, potentially world-destroying Russian bastards and told them top secret anti-terror information which has only been widely reported in the world’s newspapers since last March.

This action is apparently the opening of the seventh seal, and the immediate cue for impending Armageddon, impeachment, or yet another humorless SNL skit for Alec “Duck Lips” Baldwin.


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History Speaks Through the Monuments on the National Mall


by Diane Rufino

I visited the Jefferson Memorial to commune with my favorite Founding Father. Jefferson is perhaps the single reason I am so very proud to be an American. The principles he articulated in the Declaration of Independence, which the Second Continental Congress adopted in 1776, laid the basis for our independence from Great Britain. It established the principles and government philosophy that defines us as a nation, and although its message is lost on most Americans, I am sure to remind my students how it laid the basis for government by proclaiming that power originates with the individual and that power can never be fully divested from them. The Declaration informed Britain and the rest of the world that the thirteen colonies were dedicated first and foremost to the recognition and preservation of individual liberty.


It’s true that the Jefferson Memorial and the Lincoln Memorial are not visible to one another. I think there is a reason for that, whether or not it was a conscious factor in the Mall’s design. Abraham Lincoln didn’t see eye to eye with Jefferson. In fact, his vision of government was quite different. While the Declaration of Independence clearly provides that individuals can alter or abolish their government, Lincoln adamantly proclaimed that the Union, and by extension the federal government, was to be perpetual. In fact, after he repeatedly ignored and even violated provisions of the Constitution, suspended habeas corpus, imprisoned journalists, publishers, newspaper owners, citizens and seized their property, waged war without a declaration, etc, he sought a resolution from Congress to excuse those violations.


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