We all know what the “extreme risk protection orders” will degenerate into. With the “government” determined to grab any gun they can, they’re going to use any excuse, real or fabricated, to raid the homes of patriots and seize their weapons.
Yes, a lot of cops will die in this process, but they’re just expendable, and replaceable pawns that need to be sacrificed for the communists’ plans to proceed. Their hiring standards will decline as many cops quit, and every real American refuses the job. They may resort to pinning a badge on any Mexican who’s eager to kill a few gringos, but the disarmament process will continue. The war has arrived.
If you’re a cop, your job is to enforce the law, but if you’re an American, your job is to enforce the Bill of Rights, and with the seizure of firearms without due process now underway, we’ve arrived at a point where the law and the Bill of Rights cannot peacefully coexist. Cops have a duty to refuse illegal orders, and any law that’s repugnant to the Constitution is illegal. Cops have no authority to seize anything or anybody without adhering to the due process procedures plainly written in the Bill of Rights, and when cops trample those rights, they’re only criminals of the worst sort.
You’re not an American cop; you’re a communist soldier, duped into believing that you’re helping this country by crushing the Bill of Rights. You’re being used, and being set up to do the dying for communist billionaires, and when they’re done using you, you’ll be killed too. Study the history of who you’re actually working for instead of thinking they need you for something. If you had half a brain in your head you’d find a new line of work, but if you had half a brain in your head, they never would have hired you in the first place.
The propaganda machine will report the stories of a few raving lunatics having their guns taken, even if the stories have to be fabricated, because that will allow many Americans to accept and excuse this illegal, and tyrannical practice. Those whose minds aren’t under TV control know the significance of what’s beginning here.
The disarmament will be followed by the traditional communist slaughter of the population, so you will certainly not be saving your life by surrendering your firearms. Doing so will only insure that your death is a bit more cruel and torturous, even if it is delayed slightly. The communists’ plans for a massive culling of the population are literally etched in stone, so you’re not going to live for very long anywhere unless you’re armed.
Yes, there are a million excuses for why you should choose to live another week, but you’ll never be able to decide when you’re going to die unless you choose to be a true patriot, who refuses to live in slavery. Many people have died to bequeath to us the Bill of Rights that too many Americans take for granted, but it hasn’t been granted; it was fought for, and more fighting will be required if you desire to keep those rights we all cherish, and pass them on to your children.
I never wanted to become rich or famous, and I’ve never tried to achieve either status. I would however, like to be remembered by history, just as a humble pamphleteer who helped to educate Americans, and tried his best to save this country. I will NOT be remembered by history as one of the cowards who surrendered their firearms without a fight.
My death will not have been in vain if I’m simply remembered for what I’ve done, and I suspect that many patriots feel the same way. No one wants to be another forgotten American killed by police; we want to be remembered as patriots who died defending the Bill of Rights, and to that end, I’m proposing that a memorial be created, where we can record a few details about the patriots who made the ultimate sacrifice so the rest of us might enjoy freedom. Being forgotten is what makes our deaths worthless.
I didn’t forget Lavoy Finicum who was ambushed by the FBI, or Andrew Stack, who flew his plane into the IRS building. Unfortunately, there are probably other patriots whose recent deaths I don’t remember, or never even heard of, and that’s a shame. We shouldn’t allow the Zionist propaganda machine write our history because they’ll only call us lunatics.
We may lose a lot of patriots as these gun confiscations progress, but let’s remember every one of them. They deserve at least that, and it will only require a web page, and for some people they knew to forward some information about who they were, and how they died. It will make the ultimate sacrifice a lot easier if people knew that their sacrifice wouldn’t be forgotten. — Jolly Roger
And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say goodbye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling in terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand. The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst; the cursed machine would have ground to a halt!” — Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn