Tea Party vs the IRS

The Tea Party is outraged at the IRS for denying them 501(c)3 status for political reasons and it is all over the mainstream news.  I guess the question is, why?  Every year, 365 days a year, year after year, the IRS targets individual sovereign nationals and takes everything they have, including their lives if they resist too much and nobody seems to care.  But now the Tea Party, hey that’s a collective that has already been infiltrated.

Why not try to re-legitimatize them?  I mean anything is better than a 40 million man army consisting of heavily armed individuals, sporting hemp ropes.  I bet the status quo would be elated if all the patriots would just go back to the Tea Party and allow Sarah Palin to wield their power.  Hell, they might even make it to another election, resulting in another mandate from the people to take more from us and hand it over to the international corporate mafia.   

I see an all-out push to get us to do anything but what we are doing, which is arming, equipping, and training as individuals, to fight in five man fire team and ten man squads.  Oh, if we would only go back to the Tea Party, our enemies could feel safe again, watching us protest and shout over bullhorns.

I think that the fact that we have become quiet, except in our communications to one another, is scaring the hell out of our enemies because they realize they have lost control.

The Tea Party was infiltrated a long time ago and has become as impotent as the Democrat or Republican parties, or the NRA, for that matter.  We the American nationals of the American race have reclaimed our individual power and our enemies know that when that dollar crashes, as math dictates it must, they are going to be completely surrounded with enemies that cannot be conquered through deceit, as no one of us can even so much as control the other.

All this, just by asserting our rights as our founders intended, inalienable, and without infringement.

Reject the collectives, be they tea parties, state defense forces, or state militia.  Our power is in our individuality and it is easy to tell when our enemies are trying to negate that power.  I don’t want to tell anybody what to do and when anybody tries to tell me what to do, I know they are trying to co-opt my individual power in order to co-opt my will. Individual will is diluted in the collective via compromise:  I will accept two infringements to gain three privileges that were actually my rights before we started having the conversation.

Be Americans; stand on your own two feet.  When we fight for our individual rights, we fight for our law held in common.  Reject the collective.

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

3 thoughts on “Tea Party vs the IRS

  1. But they’ll gladly look the other way when some OT Bible thumping war monger, like John Hagee, breaks the law and advocates political messages.

  2. I’ve never been much good at the collective thing, Henry. In fact, I’ve been pretty much of a loner these last few years, not so much by choice as by chosen interest (for lack of a better word). That would be my research on the NWO. It tends to drive away those only interested in maintaining the illusion, and I simply CANNOT be a party to that, which is why I spend so much time on FTT. At least we’re all on the same page here. Thanks so much for all you do in keeping this site going.

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