I think many have forgotten what this one simple but important word means.
What does it mean to have honor?
The war for our country is on, I don’t even think it’s cold anymore.
The Deep State, Shadow Govt, whatever you want to call it, they aren’t even hiding it anymore.
Epstein dead. We all knew he would die before being allowed to testify.
Strzok and McCabe are suing the DOJ for being fired, when they should be rotting in a cell or hanged for Treason.
The List goes on and on folks.
They aren’t scared of us.
You know why? Because we do NOTHING.
They flaunt their crimes and disdain for us openly now. They don’t care.
The United States as a nation, and the credibility in all respects of it’s so-called “law enforcement” is finished.
My stomach, my gut, it aches with nausea, and I can barely stand to look at myself in the mirror. I feel as though I am a coward. I know I am not alone in this feeling.
Honor requires more. For far too long we have failed to recognize our own hypocrisy. We have sold ourselves into slavery. We live cushy lives. We are comfortable. Is this all we should care about. What good is a nice house, nice cars, not having to worry about your next meal, if you don’t have freedom? Our right’s are being violated at a rapid pace these days, and yes they haven’t come for us yet, but how long until they do? I fear the world we are leaving to our children of which I have many.
We are to stand up to injustice. I fear we have waited too long. Our side can’t agree on what color the sky is, or if the grass is actually green. We fear of acting to soon. But what if we act to late? Why do we remain silent while our freedoms are eroded? There have always been times in history when the people were powerless to injustice, but there has never been a time where the people failed to fight against the wrong doings. All rebellions/revolutions throughout history have started small.

This govt of ours has grown into a monstrosity. It’s a cancer. The only proper thing to do with it, is cut it out. You all know this.
The rule of law is the legal principle that law should govern a nation, as opposed to being governed by arbitrary decisions of individual government officials.
Tyranny can be defined by that which is legal for the government but illegal for the citizenry. Also cruel and unfair treatment by people with powers over others.
I believe the rule of law is and has been dead. None of us wanted to face the world we thought was coming in the future; now that future is here. There is no rule of law in this once great country.
The collective inaction and refusal to demand the restoration of the rule of law by the American people has lead us to this point. There is no violent repression by police or anyone else that can stop it.
We have been taught since childhood that fighting solves nothing, but is this really true? Isn’t our country and our freedom worth fighting for? History has shown that violence in the face of tyranny is often necessary.
Our Founders were willing to die for the rights espoused in the declaration they crafted and signed at their own peril. Their document boldly proclaimed our right to live in freedom, a freedom to be protected, not threatened, by the rule of the government. The basic rights and freedoms enumerated in the Declaration of Independence included the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. These rights were God-given and could not be eliminated even by a king or a government.

When it comes down to it, many Americans simply don’t have the spine or fortitude to stand up and fight, even with liberty on the line. But self-government requires the people to engage and take action. Otherwise the system begins to run on its own accord, growing ever larger, more powerful and less responsive to those it was meant to serve. Soon the servant becomes the master. Sometimes, we have to stand up and cut the monster back down to size. It’s hard. It’s messy. And sometimes, it’s downright scary. But stand up we must.
The Declaration of Independence states that “when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government.”
I say that time is now. We wait, we die.
May God have mercy on our country.

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13 Responses to Honor

  1. Remsdad says:

    Puff the Dragon seems pretty mundane until the Gatling guns open up.

  2. Rabbi Will says:

    Right on wes! The solution for this is not something this nation in which this nation has any interest..men of honor are too few. We probably Will not be able to hold together as one nation.USA that is. Truthfully I’m surprised it’s not even worse right now! Especially when I consider the level of whoring after the ba’alim in this country.

    • JJ says:

      As sad as it makes me to think USA has failed, I agree that the inhabitants of these 50 states can no longer be united. If the left would only agree to allow us to leave peacefully and inhabit areas that are our own. But they won’t because power and control is their desire, and letting anyone out from under their power and control is not on the agenda.

  3. a follower says:

    We wait we die. Your ‘timing’ or nothing is what you are preaching!
    Pure fear mongering! Should we fear death?

  4. Rabbi Will says:

    Wes maybe you should write a post on. fear as a companion to this post. You’ve always shown a genuine trustworthiness when we talk. And again thanks for posting with your Actual name. Remember never trust anyone who won’t.

  5. Rabbi Will says:

    You keep going wes. Alot of guys in the northeast are waking up to this danger we face. So you are helping not harming! That’s why the demons are stirred up toward you! People are waking up! It’s been a busy counciling time . We get an amazing number of calls lately. From people leaving christianity . It requires alot of reprogramming to be free from that particular demon!

  6. Rabbi Will says:

    Sorry deprogramming!

  7. james says:

    ” I feel as though I am a coward. I know I am not alone in this feeling.
    Honor requires more.”

    You aren’t alone.

  8. Sanders says:

    “The truly dangerous man dresses inconspicuously and is soft- spoken. He walks away from most confrontations. The only time you learn that the truly dangerous man is mad at you is a split second before you die, for he never fights. He only kills. The truly dangerous man knows that fighting is what children do and killing is what men do.” -- Charley Reese 1986

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