There’s been a little rift in the Patriot movement; a “tremor in the force” if you’ll allow, and it seems to have worried a few people.
Please let me assure you that you have nothing to worry about, and if you’ll give me a few minutes of your time, I’ll explain why it’s actually the best thing that could have happened, and why we’ll be lucky to see more of it.
First of all, we never lose any people, and we’re all here because we “know too much”. We only keep growing, because we’ve all been brought here by knowing that war is inevitable, and as more people steer themselves around the learning curve, they’ll eventually join our ranks too.
And since none of us can unlearn what we know, none of us are going anywhere. What’s created by the divisions in the movement are more places where more people will feel at home, and that makes these little schisms excellent recruitment tools. The sum of any two groups that are formed this way will be greater than any single group, and it’s a big mistake to have too many people under the influence of too few people anyway.
At the bottom of a million different groups will be our common ground, our common enemy, and common goals. That can only be the Bill of Rights being reinstated as the law of the land, because it’s the violation of those rights that’s brought us together. It’s sometimes called “natural law”, and it’s what we’re all going to naturally revert to, and adhere to, because it’s the violation of those rights that offends us all. It’s what all Americans have in common, and what we’re all going to be fighting for, regardless of any agenda some people may have that differs slightly from that universal goal.
You see, after you’ve bled, killed, and have suffered the horrors or war, you’re not going to be satisfied without victory, and it’s unlikely that any of us will tolerate any violation of the Bill of Rights after we’ve gone through hell to restore it.
Any other agenda will be recognized as a half-measure, or even a betrayal, and if that exists, the war will simply not end. No one will be happy going through hell to remove one dictatorship only to see it replaced by a different one, and any would-be dictators who exist after the war, will probably not exist for very long. Furthermore, you’ll teach your children not to allow any violation of those rights, so this war will probably free us from tyranny for at least a few generations.
Let the war start anywhere, and let it be fought by any and all willing volunteers. It’s where the war ends that’s important, and I can assure you now that it will not end, until the Bill of Rights is restored as the supreme law of the land, and its guarantees of freedom and liberty are granted to all Americans.
Anyone seeking an opportunity to install themselves as a new dictator after this revolution will never succeed, and never know peace, precisely because there will be a million different groups, all fighting for the same goal, which goal necessarily leaves dictators without heads. The Bill of Rights can not coexist with any form of tyranny, and after it’s restored, would-be tyrants will be afraid to violate it if they have any sense whatsoever.
I wish Mark, Don, and all of the Christian militias the best of luck and success in forming Christian communities after the war, much as the Amish, and Quakers have done in the past, but I won’t have anyone’s religious beliefs forced upon me any sooner than I want the LGBT agenda forced upon me.
The gay boys are also invited to fight to restore the republic, but they’re not going to force me to accept their lifestyle, or prevent me from expressing my opinions about it. If they try, the war will not end.
If blacks feel uncomfortable in mostly white militias, they can form their own groups too, but if they decide to fight for black supremacy or privilege, the war will not end.
In short, no one in America will know peace and prosperity again unless the Bill of Rights is restored as absolute law, because it defines what America is.
When we divide into more groups, we attract more people, and we prevent ay large number of people from being led away from our common goal. Let’s look at the recent division as the blessing that it is, and get on with our business.
From the Trenches World Report is my favorite radio show for news and political discussion, but I still listen to the Intelligence Report for their wealth of information too, because I know I’m allowed to disagree with some of their beliefs. It’s the Bill of Rights that grants all of us the right to disagree, with whomever we chose to, and that’s what we all have to fight for.
Divisions in the movement foster growth, and certainly do NOT foretell our demise. Instead of worrying, let’s just move on, and do what we have to do, happy that we just became stronger as a whole. A whole bunch of strong individuals, with individual beliefs and goals, fighting for the one common goal that makes it all possible. — Jolly Roger