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I would think that you would have to be a pretty desperate person with a pretty “Shi**y” life to be willing to make that kind of a sacrifice. Your typical family man or person who is happy with their lives certainly will not.

I am trying to avoid this. Sooner or later, you will have to oppose tyranny. Either do it when you are strong, or be beaten to a pulp later.

I am really starting to wonder if all of my warnings are falling on deaf ears. Perhaps this blog, as well as all of the money and time being invested, is a giant waste of resources. Perhaps the war is already lost.

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Let folks like that speak for themselves, as in, it’s projection. Not everyone is a coward and there’s folks that haven’t been put in the situations you mention yet. I’m sure you’ve seen people rise to the occasion, I certainly have. We’ll see, until then, I find your blog interesting and helpful.

I have been following this blog for about a month now, I check on it 3-4 times a day. It’s nice to know that we are not alone in this. Like a lot of people, I just wanted to be left alone, enjoy retirement, my grandkids, do things that I never had the time for. I think we are in for a wild ride. Bring it, bitches.

This is how Sam Adams responded to a similar question: “If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.”

Please do not quit posting! Your wise assessment of our present “situation” and helpful advice is needed now. My husband and I are getting ready to face this tyrannical regime. They are fueled by hate and don’t care that we know we are their enemies. We understand the danger ahead but also the horrid future that our children and grandchildren will face if we do nothing. Keep up the good work and God bless.

While I don’t always agree with everything you post, you post what I don’t see elsewhere and have clearly put thought and consideration into it.
Please keep posting!
There is a HUGE amount of resentment out there. I’m surprised we haven’t seen more of it, but I think we’re seeing a delay due to patience and planning, not lack of will.

I don’t understand where some of these people are coming from. So what if it’s not every gun owner. Or even 1% of them. Small groups of insurgents with little to no concept of marksmanship have been hell to deal with for the last 19 years in Afghanistan. Granted, the military has had it’s hands tied the whole time, but even with all our technology be have no idea when we’re about to be hit if the enemy doesn’t tell us.

Here? In the States? $20 worth of ammo and cities will go dark. They’ll start seizing equipment from rural areas, and more lines will downed, transformers blown, substations shot up. Clean water? That takes constant work. Contamination takes ten seconds.

It’s not gonna be big groups shooting at each other, it’s not even going to be small groups shooting at each other. It’s going to be Jim dropping something in the river that supplies the city water, Will watching the high voltage lines fall to the ground, Sarah raising the temp on the truckload of chicken, Dawn mixing powdered glass in the mashed potatoes for the enforcers, and any of a hundred thousand other progressively worse things that turn your stomach to think of now. This is why I still pray for another way, because I see where it’s going and it scares the hell out of me.

Keep posting as long as you have the ability. If we are to have freedom of speech, we must keep speaking out. I’m not a blog person. I think I really don’t have that much to say on any single topic. But I read and I understand and I value a variety of opinions.

None of us want to face this dark future we’re inclined to see before us. What is our breaking point? I don’t know honestly, and it’s most disturbing to contemplate. And that’s probably why I’ve been waking up around 2 a.m. each morning and praying to the Almighty for strength, for clear vision and for protection.

I agree w/ Phil, may your chains rest lightly… Please keep the blog up! We need to see that others feel as we do. As RAH (pbuh) said in “The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress,” give me bettin’ odds of 1 in 3, and I’m all in. The 3% rule is not a goal, or changeable in any way, it’s how reality in this country works. We have 3% of the total population ready to do the necessary. We lack only a leader, and a spark.

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