Enemies of Liberty are ruthless. To own your Liberty, you'd better come harder than your enemies..

Monday, November 7, 2011

Secession is surrender and suicide

You will never reason with the Enemies of Liberty.  You will never change their minds.

They believe in the Fist and the Gun when they can not get their way through gentle coercion.

They will never leave you alone.  Your existence, even in some new, smaller State in some region of CONUS, is too much of a threat to their goals to allow you to live and breed, and  your new oasis will be destroyed if you ever achieve it.

Secession or Balkanization is as effective a defense as going fetal in a mosh pit.  You lose your greatest assets.  If you have cancer and "cure" it by lopping off both of your arms, you'll die when you get into your next fistfight.

If you want Liberty, the answer is not to contract, but to expand with energy.  Push those who do not want you to have Liberty from our midst.  Evict them.  Convince them to leave or make them leave.

We do not have the power to go toe-to-toe with 200 million (and more) Americans who do not want Liberty, and who will call on our foreign enemies for support if they start to get rolled back.

So how does a much smaller force (FreeFor) defeat an exponentially larger force (OpFor)?

You do not fight their strength - you fight where they are weakest.

They are not brave Souls.

It only takes one glimpse of a lion to start a stampede...

What happened in Alabama recently when they passed their anti-immigration legislation?  Do you remember that the schools were suddenly void of illegal kids and their families began an exodus from the state?

What would it take to start a stampede of the Enemies of Liberty out of our country, voluntarily? 

How about a few dozen Article III Section III trials across the land?

Oh, the Government will never prosecute?

Who, my fellow travellers, are truly the Government in this republic?  It is you and me, We the People

I have said it at least 100 times in my writings: The blueprint for victory has already been written and tested.  The Sons of Liberty and the original III demonstrated how to win this fight.

We need at least 200,000,000 million of our neighbors, who are NOT good Americans who cherish Liberty, to voluntarily leave or at least to STFU and stop attacking your Liberties.  They'll love Europe, since they pine for Socialism.  How do we encourage them to buy their own tickets?

Article III Section III. 

Please, I implore you, start thinking to win. One does not win a war by playing defense in every battle. Had our Founders and original III taken our posture of today, we'd all still bend knee to the King.

It doesn't take much effort to get a herd of cowards moving in panic, away from the threat

Treason is a serious threat...

Consider that...



  1. Good post. Two points.

    One. The founders seceeded from Great Britain. Otherwise we'd be bowing. They took on many of the hazards of secession you describe. They won.

    Two. What government will convict itself of treason?

    A penny for your thoughts.


  2. The enemy couldn't get here as quickly then. Now they can be anywhere in hours. The Atlantic Ocean won the Revolutionary War for us as much as any other factor.

    I don't know that I like secession. I think we should just kick certain parts of the country out. I don't like the notion of starting off by giving ground - the last fight I was in like that ended poorly.

  3. Motivate the bad guys to leave and we will be left only with people who love Liberty and a portion who don't care enough to try and take it from the rest of us.

    The logistics today are more dangerous: There are more of them than us and they are everywhere, like roaches. But, we can help a great many choose to leave.

    Holding CONUS intact is my goal. Anything less is suicide...and I don't eat bullets willingly.

    Patton comes to mind. Let's get the other poor bastard to change his mind...


  4. "Secession or Balkanization is as effective a defense as going fetal in a mosh pit."

    Good analogy. Dark imagery already coming to mind somewhere between Pantera's "This Love" and a Renaissance painting about the Black Death.


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