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To: delta7

While I do wish people would summarize what they are sharing in their first post, this video is worthing watching the 15 minutes it takes from beginning to end.

A young woman from the former Yugoslavia describes exactly how those in power in her country would not give up power as communism fell across Europe. Instead, they embarked on a path to tear it apart using tactics that are being replayed under the umbrella of the pandemic. She encourages to peacefully protest to support President Donald Trump and our local police. Also exercise your second amendment right to secure a firearm and get instruction on how to properly employ your firearm in the event you need to use it.

The video was made before the Fourth of July holiday, where she hoped tens of millions would take to the streets to support the President. It’s not too late to stage a protest on Labor Day—or any time people want to peaceably assemble.

We must pull together or we will pull apart!


13 posted on 07/19/2020 1:12:11 PM PDT by BradyLS (DO NOT FEED THE BEARS!)
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To: BradyLS

Thanks for the info. Now I’ll probably take the time to watch it.


19 posted on 07/19/2020 1:50:41 PM PDT by norcal joe
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To: BradyLS

It’s a great video but I don’t think that protests are going to do it. I think voting in good reps etc goes a long way; also making your voice heard through contacting congressional reps, supporting local entities, showing/wearing flags and flag emblems. Protests are publicity so that others outside know that you are for or against something.


32 posted on 07/27/2020 2:29:03 PM PDT by malach (We live in interesting times.)
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