Do You Want to Win the Civil War?

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We are in a civil war. It will turn into a hot civil war. It is an uncivil war already. Incredibly, the uncivil nature of this war is within our own ranks. Whether this is by design, arrogance or ignorance, the question we need to answer is whether we want to win the war. And be forewarned, we will lose the war if we are fighting ourselves instead of our enemy.

I dislike telling people what to do: good people should already know the correct path to take. I also dislike issuing diktats on this site but…

Any comments attacking individuals based on their statements or previous positions will be deleted. Think about it: what good can come about from these actions? If you want to use Alinsky tactics to marginalize people on our side, go somewhere else. As I asked earlier, do you believe anyone who opposed going to Richmond had anything but our best interest in their hearts?

But, but they are not repentant and are attacking us. We need to have a coming to Jesus moment and define “us”.

David DeGerolamo

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9 Responses to Do You Want to Win the Civil War?

  1. Sandra Reed says:

    I pray everyday, “I bend no knee, nor bow my head to any dictator, foreign or domestic. Only my Lord God Father in heaven, his Son my Savior Jesus Christ, and the American flag and US constitution that I have vowed to defend.” I was born in 1951. I have seen the many twists and turns and missteps our Country has taken. But, I am more concerned than ever before that factions are attempting to bring down our great country. Any freedom/right surrendered is gone forever.

  2. bill h says:

    agreed, there were many varying opinions among the founders, but they all understood the common goal. and they achieved it, let’s repeat history

  3. sawman says:

    Ecclesiastes 1:9
    What has been will be again,
    what has been done will be done again;
    there is nothing new under the sun.

    Sadly nothing new about the infighting among the “Patriot/Liberty” movement. Unity is essential if there is to be any hope of restoring a republican form of government. That has been elusive over the years I have participated in and observed the liberty/prepper community.

    The were arguments and disagreements among the founders and not all of the representatives of the Second Continental Congress agreed with declaring independence. That is what most likely prompted Franklin to state after signing the Declaration: “We must, indeed, all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately.”

    Time will tell if we as a people can put aside our differences, unite and rise to the task before us. God help us all.

    “God of Providence, lead us,
    lead us in your wisdom;
    Into fruitfulness, lead us,
    lead us together, lead us to freedom in your Spirit.”

  4. Gryphon says:

    One has to Wonder, after Richmond, how many of the Divisive, nay-saying voices are simply paid .gov shills, attempting to diffuse and disrupt organized ‘Patriot’ movements? Remember the running joke of “How to spot the Plant in your Militia Group? The fedpig is the one advocating Violence…” How about in this case, the ‘feds’ are the ones squealing “Stand Down! Stay Home! This is Not the Time! You’ll all Be Killed!!” in hopes of reducing the “Optics” of a Patriot Movement so the (((MSM))) can portray them as a ‘Fringe Group’?

    I have always stayed far away from any ‘organized group’ for just this reason, and the Antics surrounding Richmond by people trying to ‘Lead the Retreat’ (from behind, too) just reinforces my perception that Following others is (at this point) counterproductive, to say the least.

  5. Science Guy says:

    “Any comments attacking individuals based on their statements or previous positions will be deleted. Think about it: what good can come about from these actions?”
    It’s known as Freedom of Speech……regardless of whether it’s communicated verbally, or with typed and written comments; an integral cornerstone of the First, our Constitution and Republic.
    To claim otherwise, as you do, makes you a BS’ing STATIST, exactly as was the inflated fear-mongering used by naysayers who attempted to derail Lobby Day in Richmond.

    • David says:

      If anyone cannot make an argument for their actions without resorting to personal attacks, I suggest you run for the House of Representatives.

      • Science Guy says:

        My previous comment is a counter response (of debate) to your
        Anti-Free Speech position. That is not a “personal attack,” it’s the free
        exchange of speech, communication, and written word, that is vitally necessary for free citizens and individual freedom to exist and flourish.

        • a follower says:

          People, especially people who claim to follow Christ need to check their selves.
          Before we loose all of our rights!
          i am in no way as in control in my personnel life and day to day speech as i should be nor need to be. Patience, same thing. i freely admit this.
          On line, you would think one could refrain from saying the first thing that comes to mind as a retort or otherwise.
          On line is a good place to exercise, patience,and understanding. This exercise may well help our behavior in the real world?
          We may well never meet face to face yet we can give aid and comfort to each other if allowed.

        • David says:

          So a policy to ensure a positive discussion without personal attacks is Anti-Free Speech?

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