Skip to comments.CIVIL WAR II America’s new cold war
Posted on 12/05/2012 4:24:06 PM PST by Steve Newton
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” - - - the Constitution is a dead letter. Any viability it still had was killed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court last summer. - - - “
There was a thread started Nov 30,’12 with now 30 posts, called:
Facing Up to the Enormity of Our Problem
Facing Up to the Enormity of Our Problem
The American Thinker ^ | November 30, 2012 | Daren Jonescu
Posted on Friday, November 30, 2012 6:15:43 AM by Cincinatus’ Wife
Some points I got from it :
- THE ELECTION IS NOT OVER YET, and there ARE things we can still do about it.
- What we need to do will TAKE TIME.
I am with those who want to start shooting now and get it over with. BUT if we cant do that, then we need to take back our country the same way, in reverse, that they took it.
There are A LOT of links in the last post #30, regarding the ubiquitous vote fraud and the fraudulent election.
Post #29 points out that we need to take back EDUCATION. Cant we take that back IN TIME ?
Start with a WELL THOUGHT OUT plan. If we put the same blood, sweat, and tears and resources into doing that instead of a big bloody dust-up, couldnt we do it ? It would be a big battle - that they are not used to. Fight back using their own techniques.
Start with each school district, with each school board - one at a time, as many as we can get to and support, one after another - till we get them all.
The other side does their thing to support their jerk candidates. We just need to support OUR candidates - BIG TIME. Fight each battle with all we have and take them back, one after another. Surely we have the numbers in just about every place - if the people were just educated and made aware.
So our troops would be:
People who could contribute money for a fund to support > those who are willing to go boots on the ground. All sorts of talents to be useful. Win it battle by battle. Wont they squeel !
If something like this would just begin to get off the ground, it might be noticed and receive even more donations. If it works, even big bucks to keep going and going.
We can’t retake the country in the same way they took it because we don’t and shouldn’t lie, cheat, steal, and destroy people with false accusations.
I’m afraid that Yarddog is right. Though taking back the school system-—right through college, is the key, we simply don’t have the time or the ——fighting attitude to do it.
For now I think we must fight with what we have—our money. Then other things can fall into place.
In the end, if all else fails we will have no choice. Pray God it is never brother against brother again. It is a thought that brave men fear.
To fight an enemy is one thing—To fight a fellow countryman is another.
Lord God help us.
“what do you think of the concept?”
My thought has always been that the State relies on passive cooperation, and that it would take a lot less effort and participation to render government relatively impotent than people think. If as much of a third of us stopped playing along, refused to comply with routine stuff, dragged our feet when they push us, and so on, their jobs would get monstrously annoying.
Then again, it would be used as a reason to bring in more government to solve it.
All I saw there is that somehow the productive class will deprive the government of its money. That doesn’t sound like war. It sounds like shrugging.
With all due respect, this talk of civil war is not only nonsense, but also lends to the balkanization views that ultimately speak against the fabric of our Country — OUR COUNTRY, not the commie scumbags’ !!!
We don’t want to shun our fellow citizens. We need to remind them why Liberty is the best path forward.
To “progress”, one doesn’t constrain. To move “forward”, one does not communize. Here’s the real battle. Save your ammo.
>> Sorry to tell you but the Constitution is a dead letter.
The Constitution is no more a dead letter than the Ten Commandments.
Tired of the #ing defeatism. And you can stick the inevitability bullshit.
If I understand I disagree
We have “reminded” them enough. It will not change their minds.
And we are not talking a full blown civil war—yet. We are talking about not supporting the left with our money.
You have a company, you lean left, then I don;t do business with you
Same thing the left has done for ages
No more money from us to support their fight against us.
Gene the Constitution will never be dead until we are. As with the Ten Commandments it lives in our hearts.
I had not thought of that. But yes it could be. But I would prefer to call it Shrugging with an attitude.
Fair enough. I flew off on the Civil War analogy.
I agree with the concept of spending wisely.
Like I’ve said in other posts, both Comcast and Disney are fantastic companies, but unfortunately they have hostile employees in media that frequently express their contempt for us.
How many here subscribe to Comcast? How many support Disney? I’m not saying those companies should be boycotted, but instead the consumer should express their views in no uncertain, but respectful terms.
Back to the “civil war” analogy, not sure that’s an easy battle to wage without injuring the innocent.
We need to engage at the impression level; primarily in the realm of media. Breitbart was leading the way, but strangely he died.
My dear friend.
But tell me how to engage them in the media that hates us.
Yes they are great companies. But maybe they need a reminder of who supports them. A boycott may be just the thing.
But I am open for any suggestions. In fact I beg for them. Tell me and all of us what to do.
For the time to act is upon us.
Not going to happen overnight — it’s going to take a couple of decades. And I’m absolutely confident we can do it. We’ve already begun the process by identifying the enemy of Constitutional Liberty.
Remember, nobody fights to be imprisoned especially young, idealistic minds.
I pray you are right.
And I would prefer death before prison.
God bless you my friend. And may He bless the United States
Like you said, it’s in our hearts.
And may God bless you too, FRiend!
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