Rectify, or why Kokesh is right
May 25, 2013
(In the process of posting this I learned Kokesh was released from jail yesterday.)
This vid was posted today:
I've been putting off writing this for a long time. My procrastination is
partly due to my own personality, my tendency to worry and hand wringing
when I should be acting. But my hand wringing has a source other than just
me, my 15 or so years disgust and heartbreak over the willful ignorance of
the 'Amerikan' sheeple.
Another source of disgust and dismay is people who are awake and aware, but still in deep denial of the real situation we face and what will be required to rectify it.
I've spent(wasted?) a lot of time on the net over the past several years trying to wake up/educate/gauge/warn those I encounter there. But this isn't about me is it? I could drop dead tomorrow and it won't change what's coming, or I could exist to be 120 years old and see the same slow motion conflict I've witnessed most of my adult life.
Or, enough real people, patriots, like Adam Kokesh, assuming he isn't a faker or a plant as is possible in all wars, steps out front and does something that shakes the Earth under our feet.
Because of past experiences with the Militia and simply looking at the history of alternative movements I'm hesitant to promote any single 'leader' because they too easily become the head that can be cut off the snake, setting forward momentum back by months or years. Our domestic and global blood enemies are experts at manipulating such situations, through murder, imprisonment and false flag actions.
When I first started occasionally watching Kokesh on YouTube his Libertarian pacifism was a turn off to me. Yes, I know most Libertarians aren't really pacifists, but they push their NAP(Non Aggression Principle) so hard sometimes that it can seem that way.
It's all a moot point to me anyway. When Lincoln moved to re-enforce Fort Sumter, which should have been abandoned as soon as South Carolina seceded, he knew that sovereign nation state would be forced to fire upon it. Who do most historically ignorant sheeple nowadays think started that war, those who fired the first shot or those who made it necessary? Similarly our domestic blood enemies will eventually push us back into a corner, or us them, and someone will start shooting, in enough numbers that it won't be just 'civil disobedience' anymore.
To this day, to my knowledge, no one knows who fired the 'shot heard 'round the world.' If the British had won that war, they might have very well hung someone for that terrorist act, guilty or not.
As I've written many times before our blood domestic enemies will call us every name in their arsenal, while setting us up for the kill, while killing us, while imprisoning us: terrorists, murderers, extremists, racists, and on and on. After the blood war begins this will only intensify, along with the confusion and government sponsored terror.
Most name tags assigned to enemies in war seek to de-personalize, just as they de-personalize drone targets and the accompanying collateral damage. Only people like Timothy McVeigh, who was a government employee before he allegedly became a patriot or attended a militia meeting, and was likely still a government employee when OK City was carried out, aren't 'allowed' to use such terms, much less criticize or actually fight back against our Earthly god, government.
No, I'm not hoping Kokesh's event(that now may never happen) in the district of commie criminals turns into a firefight. But if it does it will only be something many have known was coming for a long time and many more need to wake up to the reality of being necessary, required, to rectify our situation here.
Kokesh has said he only intends to step across the imaginary line that separates the state of Virginia form a 'district' that holds our nation's capital, with a weapon and be arrested, unless he decides to turn around, simply proving that Liberty is not allowed there. He calls this an in an act of 'civil disobedience.'
If things turn out well the whole thing will have seemed to have been blown out of proportion. If not, it won't matter. The 'pro-gun' and 'pro-Liberty' movement is full of cowards and shirkers and fakers and they're all whining that "this isn't the time." For many of them the 'time' will be when they refuse to dig the ditch they'll soon be shot into. Many of them will dig it anyway, hoping to gain a few more pathetic moments of their cowardly lives.
I told some activists at a meeting the other day that Kokesh's event could, or likely would, end up being a major propaganda coup. Our domestic blood enemies are obviously concerned, if not downright petrified, that their evil agenda is being slowed if not dissolved before their eyes, hence the massive propaganda storm we witnessed last winter.
The sad thing is so many 'pro-gun' people don't grasp that it's about the communism, or the globalism, stupid, not just about sitting at a keyboard and imagining charging the British or shooting ducks. So many 'pro-Liberty' activists think they'll win this war with peace and love and treat the Second Amendment as some kind of ornament.
It's not an ornament, it's a mace, a missile, a crater producing warhead that our domestic blood enemies know they must wrench from our hands and our minds.
Ultimately the only ornament in any war is the blood on the grass that soaks into the ground and water to be consumed by whatever future generations exist there. We exist on blood-stained ground. We draw our food and water from it. Our ancestors conquered this continent and lying about that won't keep our domestic and global enemies from taking it from those who claim to love Liberty.
So much whining has been occurring among the so-called patriots, Libertarians, 'pro-gunners' et al about how 'illegal' Kokesh's planned march will be without seeming to grasp that that's the point.
It was illegal to dump tea in Boston Harbor.
It was illegal to resist the Brit troops who came to seize powder, cannon and shot.
It was illegal to run away from a slave owner and
several northern states to assist runaways and like now
not all slaves even understood they should try.
It was illegal to try to escape a gulag.
It was illegal to resist getting on the train.
We will soon be at a time of choosing.
Somebody's gonna have to step off one of these days.
If you don't support this guy now you're nothing. Just keep buying your canned beans and digging your hidey hole a little deeper and pretend the bunker busters can't reach it.
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"Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should
not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all
experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while
evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms
to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and
usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to
reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their
duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their
future security." -
The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America,
Adopted by Congress on July 4, 1776
(To the Founders, 'state' meant independent sovereign nation state,
that was voluntarily entering into the union and could theoretically un-volunteer later.)
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Only we need to apply it to Amerika's reds.