We Will Live Under The Yoke Of Tyranny! How Do We Get Our Country Back? Nobody Likes The Answer

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60GigaHertz
60GigaHertz
10 months ago

The FEDNOW system is laying the digital train tracks for CBDC and complete loss of financial transactional freedom by 2025.
For a list of every state and where it is on Central Bank Digital Currency go to:
Is Your State Protecting Financial Freedom? Get The Full Breakdown HereView the full article here: https://www.coreysdigs.com/solutions/is-your-state-protecting-financial-freedom-get-the-full-breakdown-here/
Ms. Lynn is an attorney. She has a team. Their information is excellent. I haven’t tried the meat yet…:))

Stan Sylvester
Stan Sylvester
10 months ago
Reply to  60GigaHertz

Don’t know who the brave down vote was from. You have been a tremendous asset to this site since joining.

grif
grif
10 months ago
Reply to  Stan Sylvester

Its either a bot or the same loser who has been doing that for quite some time now. Coward. Speak up coward, come forth and comment like a man

Stan Sylvester
Stan Sylvester
10 months ago
Reply to  grif

Well said!

Philip
Philip
10 months ago
Reply to  60GigaHertz

There new system will fall flat on its face because no nation is going to trade with us due to nothing backing the currency as well as 60% of the people will refuse it, and they will be forced to shut it down. Don’t partake in their beast system whatsoever, even if you have to eat crackers and peanut butter to survive. just pray and depend upon the Lord to provide what your needs will be, He will see to it.

Louis Jenkins
Louis Jenkins
10 months ago

We have a dual justice system. Conservative-the full weight of the law. Liberal-panty waist no bail, no sentence punishment.

Lawnmore
Lawnmore
10 months ago

The feds from A to Z are corrupt and needs to go, and we must start over with the constitution.

Z-La
Z-La
10 months ago
Reply to  Lawnmore

Perhaps many people won’t trust starting over, meaning a constitution per se is/will not be the point. Why bother if there’s no underpinnings linked to individual engagement? Education can’t be conducted as business as usual again (rote memorization and not leading to the expression of what’s been studied (academics and trades) as a matter of economic viability. Individuals will have to learn to become integrated in a new environment such as through learning life skill sets, having a grasp that they are part of the economic structuring thereby. If there’s no mutualism, it’s akin to asking people to vote (participate in ritual) again.

Michael
Michael
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

Z-la can you please point out a single successful country without a foundational document like the Constitution?

The current USA is an example of what happens when you toss the foundational documents into the flaming dumpster of ME-FIRST and laws for thee but not for me.

While you’re at it please point out a successful Anarchist country.

Z-La
Z-La
10 months ago
Reply to  Michael

The USA is not a successful country. It’s murdered perhaps hundreds of millions of the unborn. This goes towards its capitalist ethic. It’s a country in which many of whom work (and often more than one job) are below the poverty line. The working poor ensure systemic profits for the capitalist class (the direction of currency is structured to flow one way-away from the workers themselves). Having the field of medicine directed and run by Big Pharma, who hides and prevents natural cures from being made known and public, and that it’s still tolerated is further indicative of rule and decree by the corporate-medical industrial complex. If your reference is based on global positioning per economic and military dominance, then clearly those strongholds of hegemony and American exceptionalism are soon to be no more. It’s the only logical path for a country whose Constitution forbids having a standing army, yet by extension has one inclusive of a police force, medical dictatorship, scientific technocracy, and any and all other realms that have been usurped and are now power structures aligned with the directionality and whims of the political elite. To encapsulate, most fields of the study and the practical application thereof, and all systems of commerce and political mechanisms work towards these ends.

grif
grif
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

What do you mean “linked to individual engagement” “no mutualism” explain please

Z-La
Z-La
10 months ago
Reply to  grif

For many decades, many if not most of the college and university degrees are not realized in terms of the ratio of input to benefit upon graduation, other than in trickle-up economics. The time it takes to complete a degree and with the according expenses, and perhaps the extensive travel/relocation that might accompany a said degree, the prospects tend to rather relegate one to looking for any job available in order to pay the rent, be able to afford groceries, and transportation costs. This further redirects their time and energies to managing poverty, rather than earning in a field they studied and perhaps trained in. All of this is big money for the educational institutions and low-wage paying business owners and franchises for instance. It becomes circular, like with so many other aspects of society, the surplus of the efforts of the educated is routed to ensure for example, that a fast food restaurant runs efficiently (this being considered the capitalist ethic for those profiting). The overwhelming preponderance of this dynamic across all spheres has clearly entrenched globalist and corporate strongholds, influences, and policies increasingly determined by those who control the means of production. For a Third World country this might be workable, but for a purported free market economy, in a country with a supposed form of governance as being republicanism, this is clearly a disjointed proposition. Those earning the degrees have to be more of the participants in benefitting from them, otherwise their time in the workforce may be dismal wage-paying type of earnings, as the political power is further entrenched with the business class.

Michael
Michael
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

Wow a huge Z-la posting I’m not apparently intelligent enough to understand.

Could someone far smarter than me break this down into two maybe three basic sentences?

MEANWHILE Z-La how about answering my query about:

Z-la can you please point out a single successful country without a foundational document like the Constitution?

The current USA is an example of what happens when you toss the foundational documents into the flaming dumpster of ME-FIRST and laws for thee but not for me.

While you’re at it please point out a successful Anarchist country.

Joe Blow
Joe Blow
10 months ago
Reply to  Michael

While I don’t propose to speak for Z-la, a similar ‘problem’ I’ve heard expressed is the moral character of our people. The laws and The Constitution are based on a moral and just society. At the time of writing it was what we today call conservative Christian moral values. Without endorsing or deriding, our culture at large in this country today is not representative of a moral conservative christian. Today people lie with impunity, and double down when caught. I could go on, but the system we have doesn’t work if The People will twist and subvert language, let alone outright lie. Its not that the system (e.g. Constitution) is broken, it just won’t work the way it was designed, with the people we have today. The Constitution is a great set of rules, for a moral and just, law abiding society. We don’t live in one of those.
You can say lets go back to the foundation, but its just not gonna work. Not today, not with the population we have. Splitting up is the only way to avoid outright genocide. There are too many intractable issues dividing us, that we will never find common ground on (abortion, immigration, gender ideologies, homosexuality, free speech vs. Mis-information, etc. etc. etc.) Sorry to be a downer, I see no other way.
Politicians are whipping the masses into a froth over divisive issue rather than leading the population to common ground. We are being manipulated on purpose, with a goal in mind.

Michael
Michael
10 months ago
Reply to  Joe Blow

Cannot disagree with your post Joe. Even our founding fathers said the Republic depended on a moral people.

We have open sin proudly displayed and as you said even among the “Moral” a strong tendency to lie when sometimes the truth would have been simpler.

Thus, perhaps why I sometimes post that we are under Gods judgement aka Isiaha chapter 3?

And I post protect your family and trusted friends?

And I often post about Logistics? Food IS A Communist WEAPON; neighbors will betray you to the PARTY for a sack of groceries when their Kids are crying “Daddy I’m HUNGRY”.

REAL Trouble is near. Holodomor level trouble is near. You and I cannot shoot our way out of it, we cannot vote our way out of it. It’s a Uni-PARTY war against the non-slaves in America.

As Orwell in 1984 said it so well:

“Now I will tell you the answer to my question. It is this. The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power, pure power. What pure power means you will understand presently. We are different from the oligarchies of the past in that we know what we are doing. All the others, even those who resembled ourselves, were cowards and hypocrites. The German Nazis and the Russian Communists came very close to us in their methods, but they never had the courage to recognize their own motives. They pretended, perhaps they even believed, that they had seized power unwillingly and for a limited time, and that just around the corner there lay a paradise where human beings would be free and equal. We are not like that. We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it. Power is not a means; it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship. The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power. Now you begin to understand me.”
― George Orwell, 1984

Coming soon to a town and city near you.

Pray for wisdom and act on it.

Z-La
Z-La
10 months ago
Reply to  Michael

From a Google search:

“While no entire countries are anarchies, there are several smaller-scale societies around the world that actively practice anarchism. The following list includes several anarchist societies and the years in which they were established:

-Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement (1958)
-Freetown Christiana (1971)
-Exarcheia (1973)
-Federation of Neighborhood Councils El-Alto (1979)
-Marinaleda (1979)
-Popular Indigenous Council of Oaxaca (1980s)
-Puerto Real (1987)
-Spezzano Albanese (1992)
-Rebel Zapatista Anonymous Municipalities (1994)
-Barcelona’s Squatters Movement (2000)
-Dignity Village (2000)
-Barbacha (2001)
-Aabahlali baseMjonodolo (2005)
-Zaachila (2006)
-Exarcheia (2008)
-Zone to Defend (2009)
-Cheran (2011)
-Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria/Rojava (2014)

The Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement is the world’s oldest currently active anarchist movement, started in 1958, that is still present today in 15,000 villages in Sri Lanka. This self-governance movement has a program that starts with an invitation from a village to discuss needs and make a plan of action. The program continues in stages to establish a village council, build schools and clinics, create economic opportunity, found a bank, and sponsor public meditations in which thousands of Hindus, Buddhists, Christians, and Muslims meditate together.”

https://worldpopulationreview.com/country-rankings/anarchy-countries

Z-La
Z-La
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

Also,

“10 Instances Of Anarchist Societies That Actually Worked”

…”In fact, during the 20th century, anarchism, like communism, was seen as a new system of governance that could potentially replace capitalism and create a more utopian society.”

https://listverse.com/2016/06/29/10-instances-of-anarchist-societies-that-actually-worked/

“What Happens When Anarchists Run A Country? History Has An Answer”

“British author George Orwell, who fought for the Anarchists during the civil war, reflected later on how the anarchist society functioned in his book Homage to Catalonia:”…

https://bigthink.com/the-present/anarchist/

Michael
Michael
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

And again, Orwell was speaking of a THOUGHT Experiment. The real situation had a “Strong Leader” government until it failed.

Michael
Michael
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

I thank you for the reply Z-La.

I ALSO thank you for admitting that the SCALE of these TINY groups of people were doing anarchy “successfully”.

I NOTE the
Sarvodaya

HAS ORGANIZATIONS, aka government. I researched a few of your list and most had a “Strong Leader” running the show.
SARVODAYA SISTER ORGANIZATIONS
Sister Organizations
Sarvodaya has a number of legally independent sister organizations. These organizations champion a variety of development goals, from micro-finance and social entrepreneurship to youth and women’s empowerment.
Anarchy is a society without a government. It may also refer to a society or group of people that entirely rejects a set hierarchy.

In practical terms, anarchy can refer to the curtailment or abolition of traditional forms of government and institutions. It can also designate a nation or any inhabited place that has no system of government or central rule. Anarchy is primarily advocated by individual anarchists who propose replacing government with voluntary institutions. These institutions or free associations are generally modeled on nature since they can represent concepts such as community and economic self-reliance, interdependence, or individualism. Although anarchy is often negatively used as a synonym of chaos or societal collapse or anomie, this is not the meaning that anarchists attribute to anarchy, a society without hierarchies.

When somebody is the “Strong Guide” “Beloved Leader, or any other nicety IT’s NOT Anarchy.

So again, I submit there is NO Successful anarchy-based countries.

Z-La
Z-La
10 months ago
Reply to  Michael

There is different thought about what constitutes crime and justice in Anarchist communities. They have their own criminologists as well.

“An Anarchist Response to “An Anarchist Response to Crime”

“In state societies, social peace is achieved — not very well, however — by specialized law enforcers (called police) who arrest suspected criminals and take them before tribunals (called courts) which, sometimes in collaboration with ad hoc citizen bodies (called juries), may determine that the accused did something contrary to social peace (called a judgment or verdict of guilt of a crime). Scott will have none of that. In an anarchist society, specialized law enforcers (called popular militia) arrest suspected criminals and take them before tribunals (called popular tribunals) which may impose a “term of banishment” (or even, as he later indicates, imprisonment). Scott’s anarchist criminal justice system is only a simplified, and probably worse version of the existing criminal justice system”…

https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/bob-black-an-anarchist-response-to-an-anarchist-response-to-crime#:~:text=In%20an%20anarchist%20society%2C%20specialized,he%20later%20indicates%2C%20imprisonment).

Michael
Michael
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

Z-la I’m sorry but who is this Scott you’re talking about?

The Anarchist criminal system sounds like fronter justice. Doesn’t encourage me to sign up for an anarchist lifestyle.

Oddly I don’t see much moral high ground in “Popular” this and “Popular” that so subscribed in your missive.

Sounds too much like “The Peoples Police and the Peoples Courts” of the Bolsheviks.

Z-La
Z-La
10 months ago
Reply to  Michael

The strongman theory you were alluding to is not necessarily subscribed to and is one of the unresolved matters of public policy within anarchist communities in dealing with disputes and wrongdoing, and overall.

“One of the main difficulties of anarchists today is to explain how stateless societies will deal with wrongdoers: what will be the dispute resolution procedure of anarchist societies, and who will catch and judge criminals in the absence of the state?”

“Bob Black, a professional lawyer and an anarchist philosopher, suggests that we should look at the practices of primitive stateless societies in order to understand how an anarchist society would possibly deal with its wrongdoers. Any form of society usually uses four methods of dispute resolution procedure – negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and adjudication. While the first two methods are based on the principle of voluntarism, the latter two methods are implemented in a non-voluntary fashion by an authoritative state body.
From the aforementioned principles of anarchism, it seems that an anarchist society would only use the voluntary methods to solve any problems among individuals or groups. But how? How can we implement voluntary methods such as negotiation and meditation, used by primitive stateless societies, in complex modern societies? Is it possible to apply the same techniques with high efficiency? What kind of social structure would be more suitable for voluntary methods of dispute resolution procedures? And to what extent do the structures of our complex modern societies deviate from the structures of primitive stateless societies?”
https://bakuresearchinstitute.org/en/justice-primitive-and-modern-dispute-resolution-in-anarchist-and-state-societies/

https://www.filmsforaction.org/author/scott-of-the-insurgency-culture-collective/

https://www.kibin.com/essay-examples/an-analysis-of-the-book-the-anarchist-GgJzg0dl

Michael
Michael
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

And the last part of your missive is the crux of the situation.

A non-conformist-poor judgement person-or shudder even a really BAD Person (yes, they exist Z-la) has to Voluntarily SUBMIT to the anarchist “communal judgement” against him-her/it.

GOOD LUCK WITH THAT.

Z-La
Z-La
10 months ago
Reply to  Michael

To a large degree, personality and temperament would factor in any voluntarism. For anarchists, it’s not merely the concept of freedom as an underlying precept, but the focus on self development and reciprocal awareness, which would help shape and inform which communities one was more suited towards and thereby likely to be established in. Censure provides a manner of dealing with disputes, regulating problematic situations and works to restore individuals.

“The conceptions of community advanced by anarchists are just as various as their conceptions of individuality. For Godwin the model of a community is a conversation. For Proudhon and Bakunin it is a productive enterprise. Kropotkin’s model of a community embraces not only productive enterprises, but every kind of cooperative association. The differences among these varied models of community are telling and cannot be ignored. They provide a basis for the scheme worked out in the next chapter for classifying anarchism into types. But the differences in the anarchists’ conceptions of community must not obscure the similarities.”

“Just as the theme of self-development unifies the anarchists’ various conceptions of individuality, so does the theme of reciprocal awareness unify their conceptions of community. It is just as impossible to claim that anarchists all seek a particular form of community as that they all seek a particular form of individuality. But since they share the belief that community involves reciprocal awareness, community conceived as such awareness can be their common goal.
Individuality and community, understood as self-development and reciprocal awareness, are not merely possible goals of anarchism. They, and not freedom, are the goals anarchists really seek.”

http://www.ditext.com/ritter/anarchism/2.html

https://en.m.wikibooks.org/wiki/Anarchist_FAQ/What_is_Anarchism%3F/2.14#:~:text=Voluntarism%20means%20that%20association%20should,grow%2C%20and%20express%20their%20liberty.

Michael
Michael
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

No surprise that like “Real Socialism” ™ that anarchist groups fail.

Human Nature, kind of a shock, given that it was in Genisis that the 1st recorded murder occurred.

Default seems to be the strong man or dissolve.

grif
grif
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

Let me then ask you this. What would you suggest be done if you do not believe in following the constitution in a restart is the what should be done. Please elaborate

Z-La
Z-La
10 months ago
Reply to  grif

Likely as people have reliability and reciprocity in their day-to-day lives, it will naturally unfold and people will want to discuss it, as it’s part of the ongoing discourse with perhaps an updated version with specificity, or a new one. It just probably won’t be a pressing concern immediately with people wanting something applicable rather than political speak as was previously the purview of politicians. It may take time for people to really be supportive of one, possibly because they’re thinking stateless is the way to go, with the timeframe most assuredly being after WWIII.

Michael
Michael
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

WHAT?????

I’m eager to see grifs reply to your “answer”.

Meanwhile I feel an urge to shovel out my chicken coop after reading this.

Wow, just wow.

grif
grif
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

Let me be more clear. What is your solution? You have critiqued the idea of reviving the constituition so please explain what you would like to see instead as a solution. Clear and as succinct as you can be and less like our current vice president

Z-La
Z-La
10 months ago
Reply to  grif

There may be regional government starting prior to a multi-force invasion of this country (facilitated by secession, internal upheaval, civil war, balkanization, economic collapse, plague, or natural or manmade catastrophes) and upon and post an ensuing world war. Issues of possibility are if each ‘state’ had their own constitution and president, it might be help with reducing political and economic tensions and also in accordance with ethnic characteristics. The points of contention previously highlighted were not per se a critique of maintaining the Constitution, but more to the inability of the public to civically administer it due to institutional usurpation.

grif
grif
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

Your telling me what may be. I was asking what you would like to see implemented as a substitute for a constitutional republic. You mention each state with its own constituition. What specifically in the state you would then live in would you want to see implemented other than the constitution the founding fathers put in place? This is my third request for specificity

Z-La
Z-La
10 months ago
Reply to  grif

Practical matters relating to money, such as with wages-that if one is working a reasonable amount of hours (as what’s referred to as full-time needs to be reevaluated and rectified too), that they can pay all necessary bills, with money remaining for leisure. The cost(s) of living cannot exceed what’s earned within reason. For it to be and remain so, is to ensure people cannot participate in civic discourse because they’re too busy working and struggling to pay bills (the poverty trap). Education, if need be have armed militia placed at least in monitoring areas to ensure subject matter and according skill sets are taught and properly facilitated, for the benefit of the individuals, local and national economies, and for artistic expression and civic administration of the country. Men and women that ask or attempt to coerce a woman to have an abortion will endure penalties up to and potentially including public canings, because this a life issue in the interest of protecting the unborn (and not a shaming issue). Men that impregnate women, married or not that fail to take financial, material and supportive (if applicable), responsibility will engage in labor/work/participation in accordance with their fitness, academic level, etc., in providing for the mother and child/children, until other arrangements are viable for the long-term sustenance of provisions for the mother and child/children. Abortion will not be legalized. All able-bodied men will train for militia purposes, to field all military positions and domestic policing as well as in defensive capacities, as needed.

grif
grif
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

Still have not said which form of government you would choose. Let me make it easy on you. Pick one:
Democracy

Oligarchy

Dictatorship

Monarchy

Autocracy

Absolute monarchy

Theocracy

Authoritarianism

Republic

Totalitarianism

Presidential system

Parliamentary Democracy

Representative democracy

Direct democracy

Aristocracy

Communism

Federation

Socialism

Democratic Republic

Military dictatorship

Constitutional republic

Kleptocracy

Semi-presidential system

Lawnmore
Lawnmore
10 months ago
Reply to  Z-La

I agree with all you have said. I and my wife have both been teachers, we understand that issue.
I don’t go into a lot of depth here because of who is listening to all we say; but we can’t really start over until the deck has been cleared of obstructions! There will probably be a big, bloody fight, to settle the matter.
Hopefully those left will understand the importance of the original US Constitution! There is no guarantee we will end up with freedom or even a recognisable country afterward. Look at the revolutions of the last few hundred years.

Thirdworldfarmer
Thirdworldfarmer
10 months ago

Do we need a government? Will abiding by the constitution & bill of rights AS WRITTEN work ? ( using biblical law as basis should go without saying but…)

Quatermain
Quatermain
10 months ago

We clearly do not need the federal government except in very limited areas such as the post office, state department and military, even then it can be mostly a coordination center for the states

Joe Blow
Joe Blow
10 months ago
Reply to  Quatermain

This is the only way forward without breaking the nation up.
If we can seriously limit the fedgov to its intended role, and put everything back to the states to handle, we might stick together another 20 or 30 years. Might.

Stan Sylvester
Stan Sylvester
10 months ago

The best writer I know on how we don’t need the gubmint is Gary Barnett.

Michael
Michael
10 months ago
Reply to  Stan Sylvester

What country did Gary Barnett found? What’s it’s name please?

Anybody can throw out good sounding ideas, indeed if you actually READ about socialism, it sounds great.

Pity it requires PERFECT People to make those ideas work.

Joe Blow
Joe Blow
10 months ago
Reply to  Michael

Exactly!
If everybody worked hard and contributed as the system intended, socialism would be amazing! But people suck, so it doesn’t work. Same with The Constitution in our country. A moral and just population can do amazing things within the framework laid out, but lying, manipulative shucksters and grifters can have a field day with our good intentions.

grif
grif
10 months ago
Reply to  Joe Blow

Except socialism is a godless construct. It violates human nature. I explained socialism to my child like this. On halloween he went up and down the street collecting candy. He was tired and hot when he came home. I then told him he had to now give half of his candy to his cousin who did nothing but stay home and watch tv. He cried how unfair that is. I said now you understand the socialist system of government my son. Never forget it.

noway2
noway2
10 months ago

Do we need a government?” A more fitting question would be: do we need a State? Govt and State are not the same thing. For example, the people commonly referred to as native Americans had government, but no State. I encourage you to read, Albert Nock’s Our Enemy, the State.

Thirdworldfarmer
Thirdworldfarmer
10 months ago
Reply to  noway2

Thanks for the suggestion, I shall try to read it, & ,yes, state as in fed gov would be the problem I’m referring to- I’ll agree small local maybe regional gov- perhaps a fit

tom finley
tom finley
10 months ago

Well we will accomplish nothing in our current static condition, the laws of physics state this absolutely. We cannot wish, hope and type on the keyboard out of tyranny, what it is going to take as it always does is a violent revolution, if you don’t believe in violence get behind somebody that does.

grif
grif
10 months ago
Reply to  tom finley

No we cant just do that but never underestimate what the written word can do. If it were not so powerful the ic would not be conducting operation mockingbird and for all intent and purposes trying to take over facebook and twitter

JBielsky
JBielsky
10 months ago

Macgregor isn’t a “colonel,” he’s a PRIVATE citizen, as he was before his military service. Macgregor hasn’t been a “colonel” since his completion of, and retirement from, active military service.

DRenegade
Admin
10 months ago
Reply to  JBielsky

I have seen his title as retired colonel. Are you trolling or do you disagree with his points?

tom finley
tom finley
10 months ago
Reply to  JBielsky

He keeps the Colonel status as a sign of respect for his service.

grif
grif
10 months ago
Reply to  JBielsky

Whats your point? Is his opinion any less valid? He has far more experience than you on the subject. Are you one of those individuals who cant help himself but has to find fault in everything and everyone? Do you have anything to offer this board other than criticism of a man who speaks the truth

Joe Blow
Joe Blow
10 months ago
Reply to  JBielsky

Yeah, I didn’t down vote, but generally speaking officers that retire from active duty are allowed to maintain the title they held at retirement. It is often amended with (Ret.) or something denoting he is no longer in active service, you are correct on that point -- not clarifying could imply he is actively employed by the military vs. a retired individual. Notwithstanding, he is still Colenol MacGregor, wether active or retired, his rank earned does not vacate.
My Dad will always be Tsgt. Mc*******, even though he’s a pile of ashes on the mantle now.

Lawnmore
Lawnmore
10 months ago
Reply to  JBielsky

Every one is usually referred to by previous titles, even chicken cooks.

Z-La
Z-La
10 months ago

It could be posited that America is not something many people want back (from an establishment point of view-the application of Realpolitik as propagated by D.C.), here or abroad. Perhaps even the name should be changed for any remaining plots of land/territories after the hostilities subside with regard to WWIII, as a matter of deference to the new global positioning with what’s left of the continental U.S. perhaps likely being a limited frontier for expansion with international support that would be fundamental to that growth. Hence the point of ‘taking back the country’ need not be the main consideration.

Jane
Jane
10 months ago
Godhelpus
Godhelpus
10 months ago

Spoiler alert. The country is not coming back. There may be momentary pauses in the communist takeover, Imprisonment and murder of their opponents but history teaches us that the only thing that will stop them is gunfire. Even then, you have to be totally committed to their annihilation or you get a Vietnam. 99.9% of the people in this country have no stomach for a fight. (Combat veterans and active duty personnel, for the most part, excluded)Hell, I doubt the General population would even defend the country if we were invaded. In any event, buy guns and ammo and canned food

Jane
Jane
10 months ago
Reply to  Godhelpus

No one knows how to defend the country.

Michael
Michael
10 months ago
Reply to  Jane

Jane you might want to read Isaiah 3

Do you see many similarities between Judah and current America? I do. Far too many similarities.

And pray about that. God is just. But His justice was also applied to Sodom and Gomora.

How do you defend against the justice of God?

Jane
Jane
10 months ago
Reply to  Michael

I am His servant. Amen.

Lawnmore
Lawnmore
10 months ago
Reply to  Jane

We have colonels that do.

Michael
Michael
10 months ago
Reply to  Lawnmore

My friend Lawnmore with respect so did a certain German Corporal have ideas how to recover his country.

A “Strong man” is appealing when things are chaos.

Finding one with the MORAL Strength of George Washington is kinda the trick, eh?

Joe Blow
Joe Blow
10 months ago
Reply to  Godhelpus

I wish more people understood this….
I used to live in wny, Buffalo area (Go Bills!). I moved to ETN 8 years ago. If you have not traveled similarly, you do not understand the ideological differences across our nation (and I’m just talking East of the Mississippi! Go west and fuggedaboutit!). The gay pride abortion harpies in ny will not tolerate bible thumping pro-lifers from Alabama in their country unless they submit to their rule. Read that again so you understand exactly what I mean. Thats just 1 issue.
They will not let you just live in peace your own way. Lest you doubt, see ‘war of northern aggression’. I was taught in school it was a civil war, I learned the truth when I moved down here.
This country has a binary choice, I do not see a 3rd option. We can divide peacefully, or have at it. One side must extinguish the other, lest like a cancer, it just keeps coming back.

Lawnmore
Lawnmore
10 months ago
Reply to  Joe Blow

I moved to NW AR from Chicago fifty years ago, I couldn’t agree more! Curiously enough, I found more racism up north than down here.

grif
grif
10 months ago

Maybe its just me but it seems there are trolls commenting on these boards. Divisive trolls. The ones who downvote great comments and sew seeds of division among men over the most petty issues. who should be united. I just read an article on twitter where a woman had 50,000 bots removed which were following her. She thought they were real people. They made comments on her comments but were machines. We might have that going on here men, be aware

Joe Blow
Joe Blow
10 months ago
Reply to  grif

Absolutely!
Hell, if you are not assuming every character on this website is being snooped by the eff bee eye, you ain’t been paying attention!
Whadya think the massive datacenters in Idaho are for? Tracking lottery numbers?

grif
grif
10 months ago
Reply to  Joe Blow

I think those moron agencies are actually might be commenting in here via their apparatus. their are comments in here that sound very much like a bot

Dan
Dan
10 months ago

The only solution to what ails America is ugly, violent and to many, unthinkable. But nothing else will work. Because the ONLY language the criminals who have stolen power will respect is violence.

Joe Blow
Joe Blow
10 months ago
Reply to  Dan

Sadly I concur.
I cannot fathom any peaceful solution?
The people in power commited crimes to get there. Treason, punishable by death. Will not admit their guilt, lest they tie their own noose. They will not leave willingly, nor peacefully. As was stated on an article this morning, they have crossed the rubicon, no going back now. Shame Trump didn’t have the stones to do it when his turn came.

kal
kal
10 months ago

the middle picture in the post, those are our instructions and marching orders, time is soon because it feels like something bad is being set up to occur in the next couple of weeks. Whether it be a default or it be a false flag terrorist attack, something. With the announcement from the terrorist board to the senators being given Sat phones, for the purpose of continuity of government communications. My senses are telling me that something truly wicked this way comes, soon.

Philip
Philip
10 months ago

Peaceful protests no longer work, and we have witnessed this to many times now. Only civil war will be the answer and to hang each and everyone in the bureaucracy and our leaders who have partaken in the destruction of our nation. This is how the people will bring it to an end, if not and nothing is done it will be on your doorstep with their new Cartel drug infested illegal alien army doing the work for the bureaucracy and our leadership to rape your wives and children while you watch your family be torn to pieces, than slaughtered and to take the booty which was promised them by the demon-rat party under, Slime bag Carter, Bush Sr., Clinton, Bush Jr., Obama the sodomite, and this last rapist pedophile Pig Biden who is the fake president now.