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Americans, Learn From The Yellow Jackets: Stop Running And Start Fighting Back

Town Hall – by Arthur Schaper

In France, the Yellow Jackets (or “Gilets Jaunes” in French) have rushed into the streets in massive numbers. They are not protesting cuts in the generous entitlements. They are not throwing fits because they fear losing one-month paid vacations. The fight is about the increased fuel taxesexorbitant taxes on top of the already high cost of fuel.  

But it’s more. The Macron government, an aloof, elitism regime, is pushing a globalist, pro-EU agenda, one which is crippling the quality of life for working Frenchmen, especially in rural areas and small towns. Mass migration, bureaucratic wrangling, massive crime and unemployment with minimal police presence are raving the country. Sadly, this is history repeating itself as farce. Like now, Western and Northern France rebelled during the French Revolution. The bloodthirsty Jacobins, lead by cat-like Robespierre, seized power from the French King, but their so-called reforms in the name of social justice ended up hurting the very working people they claimed to care about 

The unrest is also targeting the inflexible, unaccountable EU bureaucracyBelgian Yellow Jackets are protesting the main offices in Maastricht and Brussels. Europeans have started to realize that the federalization of the continent is not working out as they had hoped. A common currency, a common market has turned into communistic micromanaging. The economically stronger countries are expected to carry the costs of the fiscally weaker nations. The central planners want open borders, cheap labor, and the resolute silencing of any disagreement to their plans. A federalized Europe is not working out. A Frenchman cannot run to Portugal, Spain, or Italy to escape the moral and fiscal ruin of his home country. French voters have no choice but to fight back for their rights and dignity in their home countries. 

France’s Yellow Jacket revolt is spreading into the Netherlands as well. The Dutchmen are just as animated, but less violent, expressing pent-up outrage over similar issues: excessive taxes, open borders, but also a stifling culture of political correctness. This subtle anti-free speech tyranny has inhibited a healthy exploration of difficult issues, but has hindered public safety. Islamic militants among the teeming masses of refugees are overwhelming Europe, undermining the tenuous social fabric of the Western World and bringing rampant acts of terrorism in their wake. Islamic preachers call publicly for full-on conquest Europe, the imposition of Sharia law, and with it the casting out of freedom, the democratic process, and civil rights for all. However, law-abiding citizens face criminal penalties for criticizing Islam, Allah, or for calling out the violent tendencies advocated for in the Koran. This injustice cannot stand any longer, so the people are taking to the streets. 

Even in Canada, a small yet growing contingent of Yellow Jacket protests are gathering in different urban centers, including Calgary, Alberta and Ottawa, Ontario: the federal seat of the national government. They are protesting Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax scheme. They are also rising up against Trudeau’s lax defense and border control policies. Seven conservative provincial premiers are pushing back against the federal government’s insistence on taking in large numbers of Middle Eastern refugees, but refusing to pick up the costs for this program. 

Throughout the Western World, people are clamoring for the freedom to speak out against Islam, against the aggressive secular agenda invading their schools and the government. In general, they are forcefully denouncing the rogue cult of progressivism. As the taxes and dead bodies pile up, as the degradation of the public square becomes more prominent, the citizens are pushing back.  

Contrast these European uprisings with the United States. Instead of fighting big statism, Americans are fleeing their home state in droves. Californians are in mass exodus, including members of my own family. If they don’t like the blue state bureaucracy, American citizens enjoy the luxury of moving to a red state. And yet, this intra-migration process is hitting a brick wall. Some reliably red states have been trending blue over the last ten years. After Election 2018, progressives are targeting more of them. 

One contact from New Mexico just witnessed this Democratic resurgence. The lone Republican Congressman, Steve Pearce, lost his bid for governor, and his seat flipped blue (likely due to voter fraud, but no one’s fighting it). “I am planning on moving out of here,” she told me. But I had to ask: “Where do you plan to go?” Arizona suffered some Democratic wins. Wisconsin and Michigan will have Democrats installed in statewide offices next year. Republicans still control those state legislatures for now, but for how much longer? Even ruby-red Kansas just elected a Democratic Governor. Another friend (who had relocated to the Sunflower State) expressed shock and disdain, even though he enjoys the much lower cost of living. “Kansas City is getting more liberal now. The cancer is spreading everywhere!” Yesterday, a Townhall columnist wrote a steadied piece on the full-on Democratic takeover of Virginia in the last decade, too. I visited there last yearit felt like Los Angeles, only worse. Americans are finding that there are fewer places where they can flee from state’s oppressive governments. 

Americans better learn the lesson and follow the example of their Yellow Jacket peers: assert your rights in your home states. Running to Texas is not the final answer. Texas is combatting a blue undercurrent already. The seduction of socialism, which gives way to the specter of communism, has possessed the minds of college students there as well as in California, Oregon, and Washington State. Don’t flee, fight back, Americans. It’s time to Make America Great Again, not just find a redder state to retire in.  

The Founding Fathers didn’t pull up stakes and flee west of the Appalachian Mountains when the British Empire exacted higher taxes while denying the American colonists’ equal representation in parliament. If American citizens don’t like what they see happening at the local level or the state level in their home states, they need to start fighting back, because there are fewer places to run to.

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11 Responses to Americans, Learn From The Yellow Jackets: Stop Running And Start Fighting Back

  1. H D says:

    Breaking news read all about it … http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=59527. Lol

  2. Katie says:

    So according to this article, Islam is the problem. How bout those nasty, degenerate Zionist jews that murdered our people on 9/11?!

    Yes, moving to a “red” state is not the answer, I agree. Standing up is the answer.

  3. Martist says:

    Tell me, arthur, who are the central planners you mention, and how long have you not been able to question THEM under penalty of law? Progressive, liberal or whatever you choose to call them, stop using titles that steer readers away from the truth. They are called zionists and they serve the zio-joo commies. Islam is the name of the weapon they have chosen, but third-world people is the who and what that they are pumping into sovereign nations to destabilize them and cause chaos so THEIR new order can fall conveniently into place.

    The name of the author says a lot about this already though. I know he says he’s not but his way of thinking sure carries the flag of controlled opposition.

    • Katie says:

      Excellent!

    • DL. says:

      After reading quotes from the Talmud, it is extremely hard for me to believe anyone who has “the name of the author” type name! Every Jew I meet from here on in MUST prove they are actually being truthful, and the only way they can do that is to renounce their Judaism and renounce their loyalty to Israel and Zionism. (Example–Gilad Atzmon) Period. End of story. Otherwise, it’s a Kol Nidre thing with me…Kol Nidre means a Jew can make a vow and then renounce it!

  4. Jim says:

    This happened across Canada over the weekend –

  5. DL. says:

    When I saw this post was from Town Hall I had the same reaction I did to chiding Israel for selling tech to dictators by neo-con warmongering Zionist Max Boot. Town Hall is yet another Zionist shill. And as if they give a crap about the French people! (Cut the MAGA crapola–it’s MIGA all you care about!)

    And another thing, jacka$$–if folks, American Nationals, want to leave California and move to Texas, that’s their business! I think I’d rather see nationals from California than illegals from MS-13-ville. As for “running,” why don’t you “run” to Israel where you belong! Take Max Boot with you!

    Of course, Katie is right. Standing up is the answer.

  6. H D says:

    When I get into a nest Yellow Jackets I run like there no tomorrow no kidding but hornet are far worst you will run for your life when you walk into a nest of those bad boys Lol

  7. Some thought the 99% would not resist tyranny before the global economy collapses, but the protests in France, Belgium, and Holland show that people are waking up.

    Nothing is going to change until Americans start getting out into the streets and breaking windows.

    Americans shouldn’t embrace the police state and then turn around and be surprised that tyranny sucks.

    The US government is no longer legit. Everything is illegal, but the government and illegal aliens don’t obey the law. The only difference between the government and the mafia today is that the government has a flag in front of their offices.

    Some ways to resist tyranny are to vote, not pay taxes, and to withdraw from the system.

    The government doesn’t care if you vote or not because they will do what they want anyway.

    The government doesn’t care if you pay taxes because they can just print more money until the USA looks like Zimbabwe.

    Another way to resist tyranny is to ignore the state and encourage others to do the same. What if there was a war and no one showed up to fight it? Encourage government workers to quit and let them know that government workers are tools of the elites and enemies of the 99%. Don’t get business licenses, birth certificates, Social Security cards, passports, and driver licenses. Drop out. Go Galt. Be a nameless, stateless nomad.

    Nobody rules if no one obeys.

    It’s going to blow. Be ready.

    Wake up.

    Think.

    Pass the word.

  8. Katie says:

    “Some ways to resist tyranny are to vote.”

    I suggest you correct this typo, at least I hope this is a typo.

    • Henry Shivley says:

      Katie,
      I thought he was claiming an argument with himself. Either way, we both know to vote is to commit treason against the American nationals.
      I’m watching for his response.

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