Skip to comments.We the people are not the enemy!
Posted on 06/28/2014 5:40:05 AM PDT by rktman
Gov. Bobby Jindal struck a chord around the nation when he voiced the sentiment held by millions: I can sense right now a rebellion brewing amongst these United States where people are ready for a hostile takeover of Washington, D.C., to preserve the American Dream for our children and grandchildren.
What Gov. Jindal did was merely vocalize the serious frustrations of a majority of Americans, namely, that we no longer have a representative government. Our elected officials dont even pretend to represent us anymore. Its all a high-stakes game. A scam. A con. Our politicians pat us on the head and utter soothing platitudes during election years, then kick us in the backside the rest of the time.
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Not to the Demonic Party, and the current POS infesting the White House.
LUFTA! That’s good.
Of course we’re the enemy and so are they, the ruling class.
Like to be rid of them once and for all.
American patriots are keeping a watchful eye on uncle sugar.
I truly believe the possibility of a second American civil war is rising. I hope this doesn't happen, it would be ugly.
Folks who've tasted freedom, those who cherish freedom will never lay down and let it slip away. May seem like it now, but I'm convinced Americans want to continue to use the current system to bring about change in a peaceful way. No doubt.
On the other hand, there is an undercurrent of folks preparing, organizing and watching. Americans still have too much to lose. When they reach a point in which they do not...you will hear them loud and clear.
Rep. Stewart’s effort to demilitarize federal agencies. Even some in congress are alarmed at what they see.
They vet the enemy and he is us.
The District of Criminals and the 1%ers thinks so!
We should not be surprised at the grotesque waste, mission creep and abuses of power given how much the federal and several state governments have totally wasted trying to get ObamaCare(tm) web sites running.
One of the roots of such wasteful, foolish, thuggish, and tyrannous government is the ease with which it can create almost unlimited amounts of money out of thin air. Near-infinite money buys near-infinite government, and a bureaucracy that is generously funded can entertain an open-ended dream about how to expand its realm.
Every day more people are coming to the judgment that a carefully organized effort to repair the constitution via the States’ power to propose and ratify amendments has less risk to our liberty and prosperity than the present trajectory of the federal government and especially the federal bureaucracy.
The first order of business of an Article V Convention must be to limit government’s ability to spend and create near-infinite amounts of money.
LUFTA PING !
“people are ready for a hostile takeover of Washington, D.C”?
couldn’t agree more.
The more hostile the better.
Simply a bunch of damned LEACHS in this damned federal gubmint.
The 1/6th of our population who, either willfully or out of ignorance, voted a psychopath into the highest office of the land, ought to be considered the enemy.
That should be LUTFA.
It’s hard to drunk post when one isn’t drunk, yet.
I wonder how many on Free Republic have actually visited Intercept and read the documents from Snowdens dump.
Here are a couple of links I found interesting:
Check out Squeaky Dolphin
The problem I see is that we know the powers that be have no problem planting operatives to goad actions like Fast and Furious domestically.
We are faced with the IRS and realize how easily these powers can be turned against any selected group. Republican or Democrat did not use to matter. Both were American. Now it is starting to appear, neither is. They are power centers, joined in dominating free citizens through tossing crumbs for reward and an iron boot when needed. They KNOW how to thread the needle. They know how to keep us at the keyboards and out of the streets. They act freely in their own interest without fear of consequences.
If you can read what is being done and can still express yourself freely on Free Republic without a chill running up your spine, you are either in denial or like me, an old man with not much to lose.
I used to fear a knock at the door. I now know I will never see it comming
but I’m convinced Americans want to continue to use the current system to bring about change in a peaceful way.
Yes, they would LIKE to but they will not be allowed to do so.
I seem to recall a time 240 yrs ago when the forces of those who wanted to use the system were continually abused and their attempts rebuffed.
Americans still have too much to lose...
Here the press AND the gov are in full throated demonization mode and, this is new for US, in the process of criminalizing speech they do not like. Not just castigating it but punishing it.
This will not stand for the most of us. It won’t be pretty but it WILL be stopped.
We either win back this republic and return it to a nation of laws or we start over...its THEIR choice how they want that to happen.
They need to understand: I may be old but I WILL stand. And I won’t have too much to lose.
Or, people who have lived under this so called “freedom” and have seen what others around the world live under aren’t so willing to surrender what we still have. I’ve seen the ugly side of what some folks are subjected to. We aren’t there yet but sliding that way. If you want to see the utopian dream, just think/look at pictures of how everyday common folks live in Moscow or Yerevan, Armenia or any of those wonderful places that stuff families in to 600 sq/ft high rise apartments. Limited water, electricity, food stocks, etc. Meanwhile the elites limo off to their dachas to chow down on some beluga caviar far from town. Sound familiar? Like Mel Brooks said: “It’s good to be the king.”
L.U.T.F.A. Get it right people. ;>}
What’s even more astounding is that despite the lyin’king’s drop in the polls, still more than 40% think he’s doin’ a good job. Therein lies the problem. More than 40% are so blind they either can’t see it or don’t care as long as they get their cell phones or EBT or whatever measly bribe it takes to win them over. Sad.
In The Party System, Basil Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc documented how the favored elites ran the British government as a kind of private franchise, somewhat of a prelude to the private ownership of the Federal Reserve tax farming system. The wealthy have always had to find a way to have their way. The rank hypocrisy of George Soros running the 99% movement, the attacks on the politically disfavored wealthy Koch Brothers simultaneous to the license to Billionaire of the politically favored Tim Gill and Jon Stryker, these agitations are simply features of the waning of a once great political experiment that failed because it neglected to apply its principles to disfavored minorities: in the period before 1954 (Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka) in outright prejudice; in the period since with calculated racial genocide.
At this end-stage of civilizational decay, the political gatekeepers in Washington and surrounding wealthy counties are revealing their own bid for political hegemony in a naked power grab, sanctioned by a cooperative disinformational elite. (The American media are poised to escape their slavish obedience to the current administration, and take their place as our undisputed masters. They only temporarily lack the coherence to achieve this, but they have all the instruments of control already within their grasp. Perhaps most remarkable among the true superlatives of American historyrichest-ever nation, most freedom, millions still want to come hereis the fact that the American media have achieved the most successful regime of thought-control in world history, unmatched in the wildest dreams of the great dictators. It’s all so big, they just haven’t yet figured out what to do with it.)
“I truly believe the possibility of a second American civil war is rising. I hope this doesn’t happen, it would be ugly.”
I’m thinking that there’s going to be a false flag attack. They’ll put the boot down then when we’re busy saluting the flag.