[Found at TwelveRound]
The federal government is illegitimate. I can unwind that all you want, but it’s a fact. It’s a fact to such an extent that they have put up a twelve-foot-high fence around the capitol with razor wire crowning the structure. They’ve posted twenty-thousand troops near at hand in case too many of us figure it out. They are afraid of us and they should be. If I had defied the will of the people and installed a mentally deficient old man instead of the people’s choice, I’d be worried about the anger of the American people, too.
This country is coasting on an illusion. There is no federal government, or state governments at this stage, except for the original thirteen, who were not created by the Constitution. The states might maintain their borders and government to the degree that the people of that state agree to play nice. All federal laws, however, are moot. Most state laws that were required to replicate the federal laws likewise are moot, except to the extent that those state governments agree to maintain them.
This is all very simple. There was election fraud. The discussion is over. Between Mike Lindell’s documentary, released videos of illegal activity, thousands upon thousands of eye witness testimony backed up by affidavits to that effect, the 22 court cases where Trump prevailed and the Time Magazine article that admitted how it was done, at least on the public perception and media manipulation side of the ledger. The science is SETTLED on election fraud.
They don’t want you to talk about election fraud, because that is the one topic that most can agree on and it is the one that literally pulls the nation apart. Most people haven’t done the deep dive, yet. They know there was fraud and expected the government officials to live up to their oaths and do their duty, but they all abdicated. Why? Because they all know instinctively that to recognize it is to dissolve the government.
All of those sitting in congress right now know the gig is up. They remain, because if they can stay there long enough, project authority without having it, they can obtain it just the same. This is why they all talk about preserving “democracy” by taking their position. It is their justification for keeping everyone quiet about what we all saw take place. The question is: whose “democracy?” Certainly, not the people’s republic…..
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Yes. Read and absorb. No TV, newspapers, social media, smart phones, etc. allowed anymore. Outside the box reasoning only, or certain death looms at the hands of demoncrats/communists on the lurk.
Who, Vanderleun, wrote the lament in pink?
Tocqueville–It is, above all, in the details that we risk enslaving men. Freedom in the big things of life is less important than in the slightest.
The pink is from here……
de Tocqueville. Democracy in America. Vol II.
Chapter VI: What Sort Of Despotism Democratic Nations Have To Fear
But it would seem that if despotism were to be established amongst the
democratic nations of our days, it might assume a different character;
it would be more extensive and more mild; it would degrade men without
tormenting them. I do not question, that in an age of instruction
and equality like our own, sovereigns might more easily succeed in
collecting all political power into their own hands, and might interfere
more habitually and decidedly within the circle of private interests,
than any sovereign of antiquity could ever do. But this same principle
of equality which facilitates despotism, tempers its rigor. We have seen
how the manners of society become more humane and gentle in proportion
as men become more equal and alike. When no member of the community has
much power or much wealth, tyranny is, as it were, without opportunities
and a field of action. As all fortunes are scanty, the passions of men
are naturally circumscribed–their imagination limited, their pleasures
simple. This universal moderation moderates the sovereign himself, and
checks within certain limits the inordinate extent of his desires.
I seek to trace the novel features under which despotism may appear
in the world. The first thing that strikes the observation is
an innumerable multitude of men all equal and alike, incessantly
endeavoring to procure the petty and paltry pleasures with which they
glut their lives. Each of them, living apart, is as a stranger to the
fate of all the rest–his children and his private friends constitute to
him the whole of mankind; as for the rest of his fellow-citizens, he is
close to them, but he sees them not–he touches them, but he feels them
not; he exists but in himself and for himself alone; and if his kindred
still remain to him, he may be said at any rate to have lost his
country. Above this race of men stands an immense and tutelary power,
which takes upon itself alone to secure their gratifications, and
to watch over their fate. That power is absolute, minute, regular,
provident, and mild. It would be like the authority of a parent, if,
like that authority, its object was to prepare men for manhood; but it
seeks on the contrary to keep them in perpetual childhood: it is well
content that the people should rejoice, provided they think of nothing
but rejoicing. For their happiness such a government willingly labors,
but it chooses to be the sole agent and the only arbiter of that
happiness: it provides for their security, foresees and supplies their
necessities, facilitates their pleasures, manages their principal
concerns, directs their industry, regulates the descent of property, and
subdivides their inheritances–what remains, but to spare them all
the care of thinking and all the trouble of living? Thus it every day
renders the exercise of the free agency of man less useful and less
frequent; it circumscribes the will within a narrower range, and
gradually robs a man of all the uses of himself. The principle of
equality has prepared men for these things: it has predisposed men to
endure them, and oftentimes to look on them as benefits.
After having thus successively taken each member of the community in
its powerful grasp, and fashioned them at will, the supreme power then
extends its arm over the whole community. It covers the surface of
society with a net-work of small complicated rules, minute and uniform,
through which the most original minds and the most energetic characters
cannot penetrate, to rise above the crowd. The will of man is not
shattered, but softened, bent, and guided: men are seldom forced by it
to act, but they are constantly restrained from acting: such a power
does not destroy, but it prevents existence; it does not tyrannize, but
it compresses, enervates, extinguishes, and stupefies a people, till
each nation is reduced to be nothing better than a flock of timid and
industrious animals, of which the government is the shepherd. I have
always thought that servitude of the regular, quiet, and gentle kind
which I have just described, might be combined more easily than is
commonly believed with some of the outward forms of freedom; and that
it might even establish itself under the wing of the sovereignty of the
people. Our contemporaries are constantly excited by two conflicting
passions; they want to be led, and they wish to remain free: as they
cannot destroy either one or the other of these contrary propensities,
they strive to satisfy them both at once. They devise a sole, tutelary,
and all-powerful form of government, but elected by the people. They
combine the principle of centralization and that of popular sovereignty;
this gives them a respite; they console themselves for being in tutelage
by the reflection that they have chosen their own guardians. Every man
allows himself to be put in leading-strings, because he sees that it is
not a person or a class of persons, but the people at large that holds
the end of his chain. By this system the people shake off their state
of dependence just long enough to select their master, and then relapse
into it again. A great many persons at the present day are quite
contented with this sort of compromise between administrative despotism
and the sovereignty of the people; and they think they have done enough
for the protection of individual freedom when they have surrendered
it to the power of the nation at large. This does not satisfy me:
the nature of him I am to obey signifies less to me than the fact of
Molon labe, motherfuckers.
Don’t fegit to look at the purty pitchers over there ————>
The chrome bumper on that red ford.
Stop obeying. That’s the gist of this article. Start somewhere. Take off the masks and resume living… just for starters. Here’s a group of unmasked shoppers visiting Traitor Joe’s. Chaos ensues.
I might add that they are defending the fed capitol from BLM/Antifarce right now. They let that genie out and that fukr don’t just go back in by wishing. But, it’s true they are scared of the citizenry.
Please note that in my lib state the COVID relief money is paying for getting the ‘tards out of jail. BLM, et al., are going to walk away scott free. Oh, and they’re allowed to carry arms in the street. No question.
I’m not paying strict attention to each and every intolerance coming out of DC right now. I consider everything being done in congress to be an outrage, corrupt and criminal.
This guy has some hope for us, and what he says often are things I hadn’t thought of. This one describes how that Trump is owning the GOPe at every move, and in a strange way is “president” to 80 million Americans. Anyway, why sit around and wait for a leader? Be a leader yourself. Be The American. OK, the link is:
Just one totally BS claim:
>>> the 22 court cases where Trump prevailed
The actual claim by The Epoch Times was originally that “Of the 22 cases that have been heard by the courts and decided on their merits, Trump and Republicans have prevailed in 15,”
Then they changed it to “Trump and/or the GOP plaintiff prevailed in 15 out of 21 cases decided on the merits” but with a note that “decided on the merits” didn’t mean they won, it meant they “was able to argue the facts of the case, and, if applicable, given opportunity to present evidence via discovery.”
Furthermore, “The article (and our former and current headlines) clearly indicate that these are lawsuits related to the election, not about the election results,” i.e. most of the lawsuits being referred to weren’t related to possible voter fraud.
It’s tiresome to go through this for every BS exaggerated claim, but what it comes down to is that even with millions of dollars raised for challenging the election results, the loser’s team couldn’t present any clear evidence of fraud.
Thank you for the great de Tocqueville quote. I own both volumes of Democracy in America. Looks like I need to pull them out of the book shelf and re-read.
One important piece of advice I kept hearing from my father in relation to government was “Resist. Resist. Resist.” It took me some valuable lost time before I fully understood what my father was saying and why.
Also, there are more gems at the TwelveRound blog site.
Ahhhhh, what a great feeling- as of yesterday, I finished purging the last few Liberal friends and associates from having any form of acquaintance with me.
I was a little hesitant to do so at first, but then reflected on how severely Liberals have attacked Conservatives, Trump supporters, Republicans, Caucasians, Red-State-Dwellers, and people of faith.
All things considered, I’d simply be “responding in kind” to the examples they have set forth.
One of them, a hard-left female I’ve known for about 2 decades whined, complained, and demanded a reason why.
I just stated that “I’m distancing myself from RACISTS, and anyone who hates Trump likely hates him because he gave the USA the lowest unemployment rates for blacks and “P.O.C.” folks in USA history- therefore, anyone who hates Trump and Trump supporters is undeniably RACIST.”
Obviously, they can’t stand a dose of their own medicine.
Anybody can be an asset, if you wait for the right moment.
Burning a bridge means you can never access it again.
WB: bite a turd.
I suppose math isn’t evidence to you? Sets of numbers where dems vote-totals turned on a dime and every county and precinct had the same percentile uptick, and Trump zeros? Also, the count shut-downs were unprecedented, weren’t they?
Merely the way of the tribe as they yearn for the “good old days” of their Messiahs – Lenin and Stalin – who they helped murder FIFTY MILLION across Russia and Eastern Europe. But those do not count since they were mostly only Goyim!!!
So where are the “80 million” Biden voters?
Casey, I second your comment to WB.
Seems that most Libtards are incapable of math, reason, and independent thought.
Dan, the 80M Biden voters are still contained within the confines of the hard drive cases. Merely images on rotating disks. Fake.
No one showed up at the fake Biden campaign appearances either. The whole enchilada was a turd in a piece of rice paper.
The Dems built themselves a guarded enclave which may be their fatal undoing. Trouble is brewing and it is not going to be a cake walk for them. They can survive as cannibals in the tunnels below the DC capitol they have destroyed.
Just the bigs;
Elections are local and constitutionally so; run by local government employees. Its State law, State prosecutors and State judges all in the same conga line.
Local governments are under great financial pressure. Local government employees really value their jobs. President Trump was not going to bail them out, but the other guy was. And Trump is an ogre don’t forget.
The poorly regulated registration system was again flooded with extra ballots.
I got means, motive and opportunity. But to move past, lets just say the stakeholders adjusted the election.