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Throw Down and Make It Your Business

There is going to be civil conflict.


 


You read that right.  It’s unavoidable at this point and it’s not entirely motivated by recent developments, either.  We can trace the elemental components of this back to 1913 and 1914 with the 17th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which is the single greatest act of Institutional Sabotage in the history of the modern state.  This effectively reduced statesmen, who were representatives of the institutions of the many states, into glorified politicians – and their interests became reelection campaigns.  This meant that gouging the treasury of the public monies to sell out to special interest groups for votes was going to run rampant and unchecked.  This also meant that wise and calculated decision-making in the interests of the Republic were going to fade. 


 


Of course, these things take time. That was the legislature inducing instability via fiscal irresponsibility and self-aggrandizing political machinations.  The real hit on that front, enabled by the 17th, was the social welfare nuke LBJ introduced.  That was, for lack of a better expression, the beginning of the end. 


 


The cultural advance started in the late 70s and it really started out as superficial but is now the strongest motivator of what’s about to happen.


 


In 1991 a New York Times article discussed this phenomenon of Cultural Marxism and coined the term “political correctness,” as it applied to college campuses, correctly noting that it was weaponized linguistics designed for one sole purpose: to silence the opposition via the powers of false accusation.  At the time, it was viewed as dangerous, irresponsible, and illiberal – all of which are true.  That was Stage 1 of this particular cancer.  Post-2010, unfortunately, it metastasized and entered the lymph nodes in the form of Social Justice Warriors and Anti-American Sentimentalism.  Alas.  The doctor and America need to have a serious conversation.


 


The important thing to note here is that until Barrack Obama became president of the United States the Democrat strategy of incrementalism was working very well.  As the saying goes, “the progressives of 20 years ago are the conservatives of today.”  IE: we’re shifting hard to the left.  This has many implications, chief among them is that “conservative” talking-heads are sell-outs, but that’s news for another day.  Obama was a populist and disagreed with the incremental strategy.  So, he launched a blitzkrieg. He advanced so quickly and so fundamentally opposed to America that the masquerade party was over.  Even the densest conservatives knew now that Democrats were not Americans.  They sought to destroy everything we hold dear.  Assuming they had it in the bag with Hillary they left little to the imagination.


 


That’s when the distinctions started.  The protests.  The accusations.  When the difference between “country” and “nation” became more pronounced.  They are Americans as in citizens of the American Country, but they are enemies of the American Nation.  They were born here but seek to destroy the IDEA of America and adopt a socialist platform.  They are Americans in name only.  It scared conservatives to think people would betray this great thing that has provided so much for us, that achieved so much, that is capable of so much.  Why?  They just couldn’t understand it.  And then they came for the guns.


 


Record gun sales, record sales of ammunition – why?  Was it an F U to Obama and the left?  Some say so, but I believe that interpretation to be superficial. It was an indicator.  People could SENSE the direction this thing was going, and they wanted to make sure their family had the means to defend itself.  A self-fulfilling prophecy that will be fulfilled in the days to come.  In short, people were preparing for a war that became predetermined the second the left dropped the mask.  Once the true nature of the left became known – what’s coming became an inevitability – the only question, at that point, was who would throw the first punch.  You see, it’s obvious in the strategic sense, the left revealed themselves to be the likes of Judas, the likes of Brutus, and the likes of Cain.  There is no negotiating with that especially because they now have no choice but to keep sprinting.  They can’t stop.  They can’t pretend and readopt the incrementalist strategy – their game is up.  They have no choice now but to go all in.  Which is dangerous.


 


It’s one of the reasons Hillary despised Obama so much.  She was outraged that he forced the Democrats into this position where they only have one option, massed assault.  For all her faults she is a cunning and ruthless political mind.  The more options you have the better your chances.  Politics is a game of maneuverability.  He sunk that in one devastating blow, decades of systematic and methodical normalization gone in the blink of an eye.  The anti-American inclinations of the Left were now common knowledge.


 


The true blow against them, of course, was when Hillary lost.  They thought they had it in the bag so they bragged a bit, got a bit reckless, and figured they were unstoppable.  “You’ll do what we say,” they indicated proudly, “because we’re going to control the violent invasive legislative powers of the government! You brought this on yourselves!” They snidely referred to hate-speech and freebies and “progressing beyond the constitution.”  Sure, it wasn’t a great plan to reveal themselves, they thought, but they’ll win with Hillary, anyway.  No harm, no foul. 


 


Then she lost.


 


Trump, very wisely, recognized this underlining issue about a demographic no one gave a damn about: the American Patriot.  The Republican Establishment cares about the rich corporate interests and the Democrat Establishment loved its victim class identarian politicking, no one cared about the patriot.  In fact, both establishments held the American Patriot in blatant contempt.  A mistake.  It created the perfect storm.  Mixed with the cold fury of decades of abuse by the Marxist Three: Racism, Sexism, and Homophobia, designed to silence them via false accusation, a government and political party establishment that despised them, and a systematic betrayal of their trust by their most sacred institutions – conservatives were moving toward that inevitable moment of explosion.  Like a great pressure valve, the needle was tapping the red pin.  Trump recognized this but didn’t know, right away, how to give voice to it.  His methodology was designed, in part, to figure that out.  He’d use an almost rambling approach to see which bobbers were pulled under and which went untouched.  Those statements that got the most immediate and powerful reactions were obviously issues the people had deep anxieties about.  Very smart.  He then fine-tuned to focus on them.  His strategy was designed in a hope to give release to all that pent-up pressure to avoid the explosion.  It could’ve worked if he were able to achieve a lot more in a shorter amount of time (the president simply doesn’t have that power) AND if the left hadn’t backed itself into a corner where it has no choice but to go all-out.


 


Instead of reducing those anxieties, President Trump’s success drove the left into a mouth-frothing madness, and conservatives only firmed their resolve that, sooner or later, these nutjobs are going to have to be addressed in a very severe manner. There is no way we can simply allow the possibility of these lunatics having political power over our kids.  The very thought is terrifying.  In the eyes of many conservatives, Trump was meant to be a weapon.  His purpose, while trade and other concerns have their merits, his true purpose was to attack the left.  He was to be a weapon.  That’s the real issue because we know that immigration concerns, academia, trade, globalism, socialism, all of it - it comes from one place.  It's deriving from one primary demographic.  There is a clearly identifiable root system to this particular weed.  Economics or not – no one comes after our liberties and gets to simply walk away.  I'd rather be free than rich and a slave.  That's the rub.  Immigration to stem the tide, locking up Hillary and going after Obama, and Draining the Swamp.  

Crush the left.  (The left remains uncrushed, btw, simply because he doesn't have that power, which was always the case.  The Supreme Court is in decent shape, but the problem, not the symptom, remains unscathed).


 


The problem is: he can only do so much and the wild insanity of the left is only applying more pressure to an already over-pressurized situation.  It’s going to blow.


 


You can’t civilly address a population of people who have been steamrolling you for three decades with a methodological approach designed explicitly to undermine the merits of civil discourse, discussion, and debate via the powers of false accusation.  If they were inclined to civility, they would have never leveraged the Marxist Three in the first place.  When that tension hits the apex and there is no way to address the matter civilly, what do you think is going to happen?  Right now, if we try to talk to them, it’s a guarantee that within the conversation we’ll be accused of being a racist, sexist, homophobic, misogynistic swine without really ever having a conversation, at all, because none of the actual ideas and concerns will go addressed.  Either we take the abuse and be called a bunch of childish names, or they throw a fit like a five-year-old.


 


So when you’re up against a people who seek to conquer thy neighbor via the invasive legislative powers of the state and have absolutely no interest in having a real conversation, they’re threatening enough where they might actually achieve their goals, and if you wait too long you’ll be forced to comply with their mandates at the barrel of a gun – what do you do?


 


You know it.


 


I know it.


 


Trump tried, and I’ll give him that.  He has his faults, but he could see where so many were blind, and he gave it a grand shot.  The left, though… it was out of his control and Americans, real Americans, are only going to take so much bullshit until it’s time to throw down and make it our business.  Thanks for your service, Mr. President, and thanks for forcing the left’s hand in revealing their true nature by shining a light on what Obama revealed. THAT was an invaluable service all itself – pushing them to that point by highlighting their treachery so they couldn’t pretend to be our friends – but, in the end, Americans are going to have to do what Americans have always done... the damn thing ourselves.

Keith Jennings is online.
 
When and who do you shoot first, Marcus?
Marcus Lzuru
 
That question usually solves itself. Some prevailing circumstance or the next. There are cunning strategists on both sides of this thing so what we're currently experiencing is the deployment of the arguments and pieces before the actual action. Once, I didn't think this was true, but I've since ...
Keith Jennings is online.
 
I hope there are an adequate number with good enough connections to the military because the president will quash any uprising against the government. Even one being done in his name. He's not the outsider attempting to bust up the status quo you think he is!
Marcus Lzuru
 
No, he's part of the Ruling Class. I recognize that. He doesn't have much choice, though, he attached himself to a feral disposition that long predates his campaign run. If ever he so much as causes them to flinch this thing will blow up with the power of ten-thousand nuclear warheads. His fishi...
Steve Johnson (EC)
 
Another tirade that paints one side as populated only by saints and angels while the other side is populated only by demons. It's sad when BOTH sides are voluntarily blind to their own collusion in the morass we find ourselves in today. Pointing fingers of blame across the aisle make provide a smug ...
Marcus Lzuru
 
Middleman fallacy is the fallacy of picking the middle to try and make yourself seem more intelligent than you really are. We are not saints, but we're also not trying to maximize the violent compulsory legislative powers of the government to compel our neighbors to our particular worldview via the...
Lisa Alabama
 
Interesting assessment, Marcus. Enjoyed the read, as always.
Sunny VZ
 
Thanks for posting.
Sunny VZ
 
Keep it up.
Herman Nelson
It's a matter of time. Because hillary was not "her turn", it's been delayed. With 8 years of barry, it was brewing and simmering. Seems like everyone was waiting for the "dance" to open up but no one wanted to start.
Sunny VZ
 
No one was in a hurry to self mutilate.
Marcus Lzuru
 
Well, as a people with a framework of civility, propriety, and moral principle it's a difficult choice to make and those who make that choice too soon are probably not too trustworthy regarding the responsibility of what will follow. It's a difficult position.

The reality is that we're already fight...
Sunny VZ
 
Well said.
The left are deceived by Satan, who sold them the lie...there are no consequences. The ramifications of the lefts politics and their actions, must include obedience to our laws and punishment for criminal acts.
Herman Nelson
Agreed. When fighting breaks out, it'll be the left starting it. Me- I'll be late to the dance. While news is filled with the rioting, burning and looting; I'll be at home watching it on the big screen and drinking a beer to sooth my nerves and contemplate what the next move is. To jump right in i...
Herman Nelson
This is how I see things. My background was army automation and logistics systems for 20+ years. You get a feel of what's needed to equip and support an army (the 3 B's- beans, bullets, bandaids), at least to a battalion level. But lets keep it simple to how it applies to Americans. I retired out an...
Marcus Lzuru
 
Which is the indicator I spoke of. The issue is, Trump doesn't change it. This fear impulse is rooted in something far deeper. The animal in us, the tribal instincts etc., is reactionary - but sooner or later it catches up to the point where we realize the presidency is superfluous, an extra trin...
Herman Nelson
The fear factor is still there, just not as strong. Prepping became a huge hobby/skill when democrats took over. Today, most that jumped on the prep bandwagon are now unloading their stuff because they don't think they need it anymore. That is false security. The legions of evil are hiding. It doesn'...
Marcus Lzuru
 
Then you, good sir, are very wise. I have military background, too, although I wasn't a logistics guy I knew to always be in good with the logistics guys. It's always best to help them out when you have extra hands because when overseas there is no one better to be in good standing with than those...
Herman Nelson
It takes all kinds of skills to fight a war. True to that- get in good with the supply guys. Helping them out today will help you out tomorrow when you're in a jam and need something. The "SGT Bilko network" is alive and well. It's been helpful in official and semi-unofficial channels.

The upcoming ...
Marcus Lzuru
 
The blue hats? I agree. Well, we're not without our skill sets, and not without potential allies. First, however, we need to be able to recognize the outstanding circumstances for what they are.

We still seem to be struggling on that part. Can't fight an effective campaign while being ideological....
Anthony Rossier (FREEDOM!!!
 
its conflict or bow to socialism. not trump oe any politician gonna save your asses from choosing one or the other
Mr. White III%
 
Exactly right. The fight will be in OUR neighborhoods and OUR streets. It's OUR fight. Politicians don't fix a damn thing. You can bet the ANTIFA thugs won'r be attacking Senators, they will be burning local businesses and terrorizing anyone white or that holds traditional values. My armed security ...
Marcus Lzuru
 
My point in Trump wasn't to portray that he'd save us or any garbage like that. I was pointing out the purpose he serves and what that indicates. America is always about the people dealing with their own business.

I subscribe to the only real true American philosophy: American Pragmatism. Really. ...
Mick Hargrave
First off good read for a storyline but we are a long ways from that point. Did anyone not learn anything from last week with the actions of Cesar Sayoc and Robert Bowers whose methods are completely antithetical to what our Free Republic is based upon and here you are championing those methods so a...
Keith Jennings is online.
 
In other words, a second American style revolution instead of another French style revolution. A righteous fight based on our founding principles instead of abandoning them in a unrighteous attempt to save them. Sure "winning" feels great for a while but, the ending always comes out the same when t...
Marcus Lzuru
 
First off, yes, I learned a lot from Cesar Sayoc and Robert Bowers, which is to say – as a strategist who understands the conceptualized frameworks of intrigue I find it very interesting Republicans all of a sudden lose their minds right after the Democrats drop the ball on Kavanaugh and suddenly th...
Keith Jennings is online.
 
Are you saying Sayoc and Bowers are "false flag" operations?
Marcus Lzuru
 
Haha, I love how “false flag” has become equivalent to the smear of “conspiracy.” Too bad for people who afford pretensions of comprehension that politics is the Art of Conspiracy. Backroom deals? That’s called conspiring. FBI agents conspiring to interfere in an election? Espionage and Human In...
Keith Jennings is online.
 
Yeah, the false flag thing is a joke! Was that a 'yes' or a 'no'?
Marcus Lzuru
 
You realize the great irony in saying that just after posting a Sun Tzu quote, yes?

I'm leaning toward "yes" for one and "no" for the shooter.

And definitely yes for the caravan, but given no one has died yet, I suppose it doesn't qualify for what you mean by that.
Keith Jennings is online.
 
No, I don't because it wasn't ironic. I see where you are coming from now!
Mick Hargrave
Let's boil this tripe you just wrote down to what it is. It is called Fascism when you got to gun down all those you disagree with in a Free Republic were people have Un-Alienable Rights. This is nothing than a rationalization for violence in a Free Society when none is needed since we still have al...
Marcus Lzuru
 
Fascism is a socio-economic model and overused, you don’t have to own the means of production to control the means of production. Ring a bell? It should because it’s on the Democractic “Socialists” of America’s website. At least you didn’t make a Hitler comparison – I was expecting the cliché, bu...
Sunny VZ
 
Thought the Patriot act removed some of those Constitutional rights.
Herman Nelson
Sayoc and Bowers are the democrat version of the Kamikaze pilot. Their MO- leave the democrat party, join the republican party; kill people and send bombs in the mail. They are psycho democrats willing to sacrifice themselves to further their party interests.
Keith Jennings is online.
 
"The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting." -Sun Tzu
Marcus Lzuru
 
Aye - this is true. The Art of War is deception. I never said I liked the options as presently in-play, but there it is. Doesn't matter if I like them or not.
Keith Jennings is online.
 
The only righteous option is to defund the apparatus which allows the government to sustain itself. As long as people are financing their own demise, nothing changes, including some short lived "revolution". Cut off the spigot and be prepared for the backlash. Anything else is just internet tough gu...
Marcus Lzuru
 
"Defund the apparatus which allows the government to sustain itself." Righteous? haha, you know exactly what that would mean. Nothing righteous about what would follow.

Besides, the issues with the government are really just a symptom of a deeper problem, which resides among the people. The Anti-...
Keith Jennings is online.
 
Resisting the government's (Demwit and Repuke!) effort to collect the over burdensome taxes which sustain it's power is absolutely righteous, just like it was 250 years ago. No more citizen's have the balls to do that than pick the first target and pull the trigger in the supposed revolution, but it...
Marcus Lzuru
 
Right way, wrong way? Killing is killing. Perhaps I've just been a bit desensitized to the issue.

It wouldn't work, anyway. As long as the Federal Reserve exists they technically do not need to collect taxes. So it's not as if they'd be without funding.
Keith Jennings is online.
 
They could try that, but the ensuing hyper inflation would just bring more people into the fight. The only answer is to starve the beast and resist when it reacts. All the rest is a few talking g heads leading a few misguided into slaughter!
Marcus Lzuru
 
It's slaughter either way. There is no pretty answer to fundamental cultural divergence. Historically, it always ends in nastiness.

If you can convince the democrats to stop paying their taxes and somehow get people to organize before the hammer falls from Uncle Sam, by all means. I don't see that...
Keith Jennings is online.
 
I figured out a way to survive while keeping it to minimum. Anyone can who is willing to make the sacrifices necessary!
Marcus Lzuru
 
No, that's not what that would achieve.
Keith Jennings is online.
 
It's the only way. It's about money and power. Always has been. Always will. If the revolution doesn't have the balls to quit paying taxes, how is going to have them to start shooting first? It won't. It literally can't put it's money where it's mouth is!
Marcus Lzuru
 
"It's the only way."

Desperation or an ideological incapability of comprehending or accepting reality?

There is always more than one way and your way is completely useless. You refuse to pay taxes, they fund the Military with the Federal Reserve and call you traitors, and shoot you. What will ensu...
Keith Jennings is online.
 
What does "go after" mean exactly?
Marcus Lzuru
 
Destroy permanently or otherwise incapacitate. I'm open to other options if either we can legally implement those options that do not infringe on the individual liberties of the people, or do not impose unnecessary infringements against our businesses. Otherwise, they're enemies, so...

Burn em' at...
Keith Jennings is online.
 
Permanently destroy or incapacitate private businesses and banks? Is that through legally implemented legislation?
Marcus Lzuru
 
So here's the rub. You make no distinction between people who stand with liberty and people who want to destroy it. Institutions that stand with you and those that seek to destroy it.

I explained enough. If you can't comprehend the distinctions you deserve your fate.
Keith Jennings is online.
 
I know the distinctions, but I also know the difference between a righteous, principled stand and an effort at forcing your will on the other side through means that betray those principles.
You haven't answered my simple, yet obviously hard at the same time, questions. You can dismiss them and me an...
Mick Hargrave
So tell us what type of Government are you going to set up after you have gunned down all your oppressors and those you disagree cleansing the land with now that the Constitution is useless according to you? You will have to shot anyone that steps out of line to keep your utopia running. So just wha...
Arwen Undomiel
 
Not for nothing, but the revolutionists gunned down their oppressors and the loyalists they disagreed with and then they turned around and created the republic.
Keith Jennings is online.
 
Only after refusing to pay their taxes and being gunned downed first for not doing so. I'll ask you what I asked Marcus. Who and when do you shoot first?
Arwen Undomiel
 
I don't advocate shooting first. But being prepared, understanding the significance of what is happening and where this is headed is essential. I've seen you say that at the end of the day, we're going to have to fight for our liberty because neither party intends on giving it to us. I'm merely spea...
Arwen Undomiel
 
Interesting read, Marcus. I love the bigger picture viewpoint, but I also am inclined to disagree with parts of your premise.

I do believe you're right in that the left backed itself into a corner and there's no turning back for them. This is for various reasons, some political, some spiritual, and ...
Keith Jennings is online.
 
Amen!
Marcus Lzuru
 
"I'll admit he is thought to be that by those who voted for him and in many ways it's true, although I think the left was already poised for self-destruction. They were already aware of the coming escalation they had no choice but to perpetuate."

Agreed.

"At the same time, he's also been the destructi...
Arwen Undomiel
 
"I think you're giving the generation of our framers too much nostalgic credit and you're not giving our own enough. A lack of depth and intellect does not directly translate into malice."

And yet malice is all I see around here by folks who believe "the ends justify the means." The left isn't the on...
Keith Jennings is online.
 
And Amen!