So You Want to Topple the U.S. Government?

It took our founding fathers over four years before convening what became the Constitutional Convention after the end of the Revolutionary War. And then it took two years to have nine states ratify it and usurp the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union.

September 3, 1783 – The Treaty of Paris was signed.

September17, 1787 – The Constitution is signed by delegates

March 9, 1789 – The Constitution formally goes into effect.

I would rather follow a rag tag group of patriots fighting to restore Liberty than continue to pay tribute to a tyrannical government. This video is produced out of fear or by the government. But they did get one thing correct: Revolution should be the last resort. Restoring the Constitution should be the first. Can you imagine having this discussion with Samuel Adams?

Here are our nation’s presidents under the Articles of Confederation:

  • John Hanson (1782)
  • Elias Boudinot (1783)
  • Thomas Mifflin (1784)
  • Richard Henry Lee (1785)
  • John Hancock (1786)
  • Nathan Gorman (1787)
  • Arthur Saint Clair (1788)
  • Cyrus Griffin (1789)

However we have come to this point in time, we are here. The vain and aspiring men who hold the highest offices in the country will not leave quietly.  As for the statement concerning keyboard commandos, we shall see if history will record them on the same level as Thomas Paine.

David DeGerolamo

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8 years ago

“As for the statement concerning keyboard commandos, we shall see if history will record them on the same level as Thomas Paine.”

Good one!

8 years ago

While I agree with your points, I think it’ll move a lot faster than you have anticipated, Thomas Paine, didn’t have the internet.

Frankly, I think,a Waco type incident will be the turning point, with locals moving in to help the besieged. At that point, there will be an intense polarization of the media, and the ones supporting the government, will become targets.

As a Canadian, I find myself watching helplessly, as my neighbors family is torn apart, I pray for peace, but honestly think,its an impossible wish. I also fear that somehow we will get drawn in.

8 years ago
Reply to  DRenegade

Agreed, and I think it’ll be sooner, rather than later..

8 years ago

Dude, you make some Valid Points here but saying to sit back, to talk is useless in a corrupt system that will not listen. The Common theme is the “Constitution and Bill of Rights”, as written, to create a New Government!!! The current form of government is so corrupted that the only way to change it is the destruction of said government!!! The Constitution is what we fight for, not the Federal Government, who are no different than a Rabid Animal that needs to be put down! The Constitution will be the Guide to a New Constitutional Republic Form of Government! The Constitution is the Saving Grace of Humanity and if we continue waiting for the “right time” to do something, we will all be talking about in the FEMA CAMPS…. Long Live the Republic!!!!!!!!!

8 years ago
Reply to  DRenegade

Look to our forefathers:

“That to secure these rights (derived from our Creator), Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, – 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.”

– Declaration of Independence