4th of July? Or Independence Day?

July 4, 2013:  This day I have witnessed the most outrageous attack upon an idea since the creation of propaganda.  The attack was deliberate and an absolute act of sedition.  July 4th is not the day we have set aside to honor the state’s standing army, though this false assertion was put forth ad nauseum via the mainstream press, working in conjunction with the soviet socialist insurgent actors, posing as the people’s representatives.

July 4th is about revolution, a people’s revolt, against the standing army wherein the original American nationals established, as absolute, their unalienable rights and those of their progeny.  The British Army of conquest lost to the people at large.  

Today’s propaganda represents an insult to every American national who considers him or herself free and  independent of the government of which the federal Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard are an absolute part of.

This Independence Day has been desecrated, as what we have witnessed is this out-in-the-open, communist government celebrating itself.  These are the people who take our wealth at gunpoint, brutalize and murder us in the streets, steal our property, and then pass laws that say they can arrest us using their military and hold us incognito, apart and separate from our God given, unalienable rights.

Take notice, people, this is what they think of our Republic.  All this outrage needs to continue is for us to do nothing.  Stop speaking out and start yelling out. This must stop now.

God bless the Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.

5 thoughts on “4th of July? Or Independence Day?

  1. “July 4th is not the day we have set aside to honor the state’s standing army, though this false assertion was put forth ad nauseum via the mainstream press, working in conjunction with the soviet socialist insurgent actors, posing as the people’s representatives.”

    That is why I can’t stand to watch tv, and especially MSM. I get more than pissed off enough just reading the truth on the alternative sites, without hearing their propaganda and outright lies.

  2. Thanks Henry for putting into words the very angst I felt today. Thank God for Appleschlager and Grape Train Wreck! I managed to paint a neutral face and sat at the fire for a few hours.

    1. I had a bit of a “Grape Train Wreck” here too. I have no tolerance for alcohol anymore, but puking my guts up at least prevented the holiday from being excessively fattening.

  3. I was pleasantly surprised to receive an e-mail saying “Happy Independence Day” rather than “happy fourth of July” from a completely apolitical family member. It was nice to know that someone still remembers what we’re celebrating, rather then being caught up in the media’s attempt to alter the nature of the celebration.

    But the propaganda machine can be expected to do these things, and as long as people are aware of it, they’re less likely to be influenced by it.

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