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Offline TNHarley

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Revolution
« on: February 27, 2013, 10:33:03 AM »
Times are crazy, no doubt. Liberalism is destroying this country from the ground up, as you can see..
I have seen/heard talk of a "Revolution" so I started thinking about it..
I think we, as a country, are lazy as hell (everyone expects everyone to do shit for them IE liberalism) So that seems like it could be a problem..

Then you have

There are over what 250 million guns in America? Not sure about how many "gun owners" Good sign
4 million Police, Navy, Army etc They took an oath to protect us and the COTUS. If we were revolting against tyranny, would they be there beside us? I like to think so. I still try to believe there are PLENTY of patriots out there.
The liberals talk about how we couldnt stand a chance against tanks, drones etc but we would have the numbers.

What do you think?
Would you participate if that was to REALLY occur?
Discuss



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Re: Revolution
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2013, 10:39:27 AM »
I'm pretty certain my county sheriff would be on our side and are already militia members.
And yes, I would stand by their side in the event anything were to happen.
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Re: Revolution
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2013, 12:01:16 PM »
I'm pretty certain my county sheriff would be on our side and are already militia members.
And yes, I would stand by their side in the event anything were to happen.


They tell me I'm way too old to be in the military.   :rolleyes:  But there no better way to go out, then protecting your family and the Constitution.
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Re: Revolution
« Reply #3 on: February 27, 2013, 12:40:37 PM »
I posted this on a couple other sites.. Got a good response..

It won't take much to spark all out anarchy. I think if there is another revolution, it might not even look like one. But when the country runs out of money, when we can no longer pay the interest on the debt, when we hit bankruptcy and shit REALLY starts to shut down, you'll see people fly into full blown panic mode and massive city wide riots, looting, killing, pillaging, raping, it'll all happen. Then no truck drivers will even venture close to a city because they don't want to be killed for their cargo, especially if it's food or water. So the cities will become war zones, killing fields, and if the military goes in to stop it, they'll be charged with shooting and killing American citizens which is against their oath. Personally, I don't think but maybe a very small portion of our military would actually turn to killing it's own citizens. They are our own brothers and sisters after all, our families. And when the anarchy spills out of the cities into the country side like where I live, those expecting to riot, pillage, loot and steal around here will be gunned down like wild dogs. We will protect our own. But as the anarchy progresses, it will be painfully obvious who caused the entire mess, and that's our government. The 535 assholes in Washington, so it's my guess that there will be an armed march on Washington to clean house, from the top down. This may or may not happen, but personally, I think we're a hell of a lot closer to it happening than anyone might be willing to admit. Why else do you think our government is in such a rabid fit to disarm America? Why else has DHS bought up MILLIONS of rounds of ammo? They all can see it coming.

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Re: Revolution
« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2013, 08:06:51 PM »
First understand how political machines work.  The citizens that revolt will be labeled terrorists.  This will motivate the DHS and Military to react against "Americans".  Do not think government employees will not shoot Americans.  Wako, Ruby ridge, Kent State had the federal government kill Americans on American soil.  During hurricane Katrina the Federal government and local police disarmed Americans and forced them into the Superdome.  They did not allow them to leave, gave them no food or water, and many were killed and raped by others in the Superdome.  This became a Federal detention center.

Secondly we all better hope it never happens because it will be an incredible loss of life.  People in the cities typically do not prep where folks in the country tend to.  I do not know if there are more or less firearm owners in the cities or outside of cities but I do know a lot of good people that live in cities will be trying to leave.
When they approach suburbs and rural areas they will meet resistance.  Perhaps violent resistance as refuges from American cities are rejected by areas without the resources to support them. 

Third, if you are not doing so store long term foods and guns and ammo.  If you do not own a pressure canner it is as important as your firearms.  I recommend the American Pressure Canner 921.  It’s bullet proof (figuratively speaking)  Then can meat and veggies, store flour, rice, beans, and oats.

Forth, have a place to go to.  And go camping there a few times a year.   Because IF the worst happens, it will trigger an event like we would never want to see.  It will most likely be triggered by an economic collapse.  And that is looking to be deliberately engineered by this administration.

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Re: Revolution
« Reply #5 on: May 05, 2013, 01:29:03 PM »
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The founding fathers of the United States would be far closer to being White Nationalists than to any of the other political groups of today. The men who drafted the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution were all White. They shared a common cultural background, and none of them wanted racial mixing.

Only recently has diversity and affirmative action been made national policy. And it’s been used as a weapon against Whites.
 How bad could it get?

Affirmative action has effectively closed the door on young White people seeking a good job with enough pay to raise a family. In schools, our youth have been bombarded with propaganda telling them that White people have oppressed and persecuted minorities. They don’t hear about the White scientists, explorers, authors, and inventors that made today’s world possible.

Laws force cultural diversity everywhere. Mass immigration from countries with very different cultures is helping erode the foundations on which our country was built. English is no longer a shared common language.

Diverse societies survive only as long as a strong central government can suppress the natural tendencies people have always had.

What happens when cultures clash? Historically, the result has been civil unrest of the worst sort. Examples from Yugoslavia include rape camps, where each side degraded the other’s women; the torture and murder of civilians; death camps; and more.

It is our duty to our children, both born and unborn, to avoid it.

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Re: Revolution
« Reply #6 on: May 24, 2013, 03:26:16 PM »
I've been thinking about this more and more frequently, for obvious reasons.

I don't think that "revolution" will be an option - at least not right away. The government is too well armed and there are too many young people in the military and police forces who will believe that what they are being told to do by their superiors is for the good of the country. The government isn't going to tell its troops to go arrest those patriots and take away their guns. They are going to tell them, those Right Wing Extremeists are a danger to society. We need to arrest them and take away their guns so your wives and children can walk the street in safety. If we don't do something now, somebody is going to get killed!

And, sadly, most of the military and police, will do what they are told to do!

So, as far as I'm concerned, an out and out revolution is out of the question. That means that the only path open to us is an armed, clandestine resistance, not unlike the French Resistance of WWII. We will need to learn and use the tactics of asymmetrical warfare to defeat our enemy and free our land. 

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Re: Revolution
« Reply #7 on: May 26, 2013, 11:18:29 PM »

They tell me I'm way too old to be in the military.   :rolleyes:  But there no better way to go out, then protecting your family and the Constitution.

My friend, you are NOT too old to acquire a sight picture and squeeze a trigger. I'll be happy to stand alongside you if it comes to that.

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Re: Revolution
« Reply #8 on: June 27, 2013, 07:27:49 PM »
Times are crazy, no doubt. Liberalism is destroying this country from the ground up, as you can see..
I have seen/heard talk of a "Revolution" so I started thinking about it..
I think we, as a country, are lazy as hell (everyone expects everyone to do shit for them IE liberalism) So that seems like it could be a problem..

Then you have

There are over what 250 million guns in America? Not sure about how many "gun owners" Good sign
4 million Police, Navy, Army etc They took an oath to protect us and the COTUS. If we were revolting against tyranny, would they be there beside us? I like to think so. I still try to believe there are PLENTY of patriots out there.
The liberals talk about how we couldnt stand a chance against tanks, drones etc but we would have the numbers.

What do you think?
Would you participate if that was to REALLY occur?
Discuss

No I would not participate in open armed rebellion against the duly elected Constitutional government of the United States.

Anyone who would is a traitor and should be hung for treason.

Yes I said it, and I meant it! (to quote my all time fav conservative radio host)

That said however, we the people do have the right, to change our government every two or four years, anytime we want.

It's called holding an election. ;)

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Re: Revolution
« Reply #9 on: June 28, 2013, 07:28:29 AM »
No I would not participate in open armed rebellion against the duly elected Constitutional government of the United States.

Anyone who would is a traitor and should be hung for treason.

Yes I said it, and I meant it! (to quote my all time fav conservative radio host)

That said however, we the people do have the right, to change our government every two or four years, anytime we want.

It's called holding an election. ;)
But what do you do if the election is blatantly stolen?
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