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Friday, March 05, 2021

The Imaginary Government

We have long been in a post-constitutional democracy, one that recognizes no individual rights, but simply who has the most votes, or, more accurately, the most ballots. It is as destructive to the United States as it was to France, minus the guillotines, for now. 

Driving home the fact of the stolen election is pointless. Everyone knows it was stolen, especially those who benefitted from the steal. They also understand the value of keeping up the illusion of legitimacy. Equal to that value is the importance of never conceding that point. To put a cap on it, two states that were NOT swing states in the 2020 election have had some very interesting findings, Mississippi and New Hampshire.

8 comments:

  1. We aren't voting our way out of this. There's not enough pitch fork and fire bearers to make a difference. The only reason America came into being, was because righteous men pledged their lives and their fortunes. Nobody is doing that today, hell, what would the neighbors say? Besides, I might get fired or lose my pension.
    Hey! Whats on the boob toob.

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  2. Well written article, full of truth. So who fires the first shot?

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    1. The first shot was fired by them when they executed Ashley Babbit

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  3. They got away with it because we let them get away with it.

    With virtually no one in the press on the side of The People and, in fact, the press supporting the illegitimate government at every turn, the courts not allowing legitimate challenges to the vote results to be heard despite literally hundreds of affidavits testifying to the fraud that was witnessed in various states and with common ordinary folks scrabbling for a living in today's jobless environment, who exactly is going to confront these usurpers when they surround themselves with battalions of armed troops and concertina wire topped fences? Old codgers like me that just started their 70th++++ trip around the sun?

    I've written letters to the Governor about the fraud that was identified in the Gateway Pundit article. His response was to try to confiscate the voting machines to BURY THE EVIDENCE, RINO that he is. I've also written letters almost continuously to my Congress critter and Senators of my state only to be labeled a crank or to have them try to convince me that the government is legitimate and that no fraud was identified during the election and the aftermath.

    When they pass the gun control bill and the licensing and surrender requirements are ignored what then? Will that be the turning point? Only time will tell.

    I do know one thing, there'll be a lot of non-compliance. Then we'll see just how far this farce is going to be pushed and by whom.

    Nemo

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  4. A few years back the president of our state's senate advised his caucus to quit responding to constituent letters. Okay, I get it. But, be advised that when the SHTF there will be a totally different set of rules, most of which will not even be written. One of the most important will be that old norms of power are just that: old. And they don't mean diddly squat. Politicians and bureaucrats-John Roberts comes to mind-will learn their years and years of sucking the public tit no longer bestow any kind of survival skills. Until then I'm content with them hiding behind their barbed wire.

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  5. Trump had a chance to do something about the swamp in the first 2 years in but I'm sure was told not to do anything or they would pull a JFK on him and his family.

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  6. Secede where? From whom?

    You live in a purple state, in a purple country, and in which no legitimate election can ever be expected from now on. Times 50 states.

    You want to fight the illegitimate government, product of a wholly fraudulent election.
    Bravo. So do I, and so do millions more.

    But this isn't 1861, and you have no safe space to retreat to where your values hold sway, nor where you are and will be in the majority, nor will such ever be left alone by the other side. They never have, they never will, and they don't care about the inevitable consequence of that course of action.

    Ask Georgians how that plan worked out for them in January.

    Secession is a myth, based on a delusion. The idea is laughably ridiculous, doubly so given how it worked out the last time it was attempted.
    This isn't going to be won at ballot boxes, protests, strongly-worded letters, not brilliant legal opinions.
    NO ONE YOU'RE TALKING TO IN THOSE FORUMS CARES.
    Write that on your hand, lest ye forget.

    This is going to be a cage match to the death, and it isn't over until there's only one side left standing. And that's true whether you fight, or surrender. All giving up changes is how fast you get on the boxcars.

    And if you choose to fight, it's going to be fought house to house, floor to floor, and in some families, room to room. In every town and city in every state. Some will be easier than others, but no place is 100% anything. For now.

    When that penny drops, and the range goes hot in both directions, you'll be at the starting line.

    The finish line is along, long way off, even at that point.

    But at least people will be in the right event.

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  7. Secede where? From whom?

    You live in a purple state, in a purple country, and in which no legitimate election can ever be expected from now on. Times 50 states.

    You want to fight the illegitimate government, product of a wholly fraudulent election.
    Bravo. So do I, and so do millions more.

    But this isn't 1861, and you have no safe space to retreat to where your values hold sway, nor where you are and will be in the majority, nor will such ever be left alone by the other side. They never have, they never will, and they don't care about the inevitable consequence of that course of action.

    Ask Georgians how that plan worked out for them in January.

    Secession is a myth, based on a delusion. The idea is laughably ridiculous, doubly so given how it worked out the last time it was attempted.
    This isn't going to be won at ballot boxes, protests, strongly-worded letters, nor brilliant legal opinions.
    No one you're talking to in those forums cares.
    Write that on your hand, lest ye forget.

    This is going to be a cage match to the death, and it isn't over until there's only one side left standing. And that's true whether you fight, or surrender. All giving up changes is how fast you get on the boxcars.

    And if you choose to fight, it's going to be fought house to house, floor to floor, and in some families, room to room. In every town and city in every state. Some will be easier than others, but no place is 100% anything. For now.

    When that penny drops, and the range goes hot in both directions, you'll be at the starting line.

    The finish line is along, long way off, even at that point.

    But at least people will be in the right event.

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