We are at war

This country is now a shell of it’s former self. The presidency is now a joke. If Mitt Romney win’s at the GOP national convention in August, and the presidential contest becomes Mitt Romney vs Barack Obama, you may as well stay home in November. Both these candidates stand for the same issues.

The difference between these two candidates is almost zero. Do not be led to believe that voting for one ‘side’ will change everything for the better. This problem has been a long time coming, and this country has been rotting away from the inside out for many decades now.

The healthcare bill that just passed is a strong indication of just how rotten the United States government has become. No nation should force its citizenry to purchase a product from a company.

“Man was born free and yet everywhere he is in chains.” The chains that now surround him are often emotional, peer pressure, and financial chains, aided by the hand of government tied with corruption and advertised at a childlike level on TV.

The people of this nation are now so emotional about politics, that they do not see clearly the real issues at hand. Illegal immigration, homosexuality, race, none of these issues are of grave importance. These are out-dated issues brought up with strategic timing to trigger an emotional response from certain percentages of the population in order to ‘swing votes’. Being ‘Illegal’ is simply a technicality, it is not the real issue. Being homosexual does not mean your children will all become homosexual themselves, and with a black man as president, I can say that for the most part, racism is mostly dead, except for certain ‘extreme’ areas. The real issue of the day, the most important one right now, and what is of grave importance is human liberty. The right to live your life how you want to.

Voting for what Jessie Venture calls the ‘Rebloodicans and the democrips’ will not save us come November. Voting for new senators and congressmen can definitely help if the right ones are choosen, and real changes are brought about at a local and state level. This country is currently being used for special interests and for what the occupy movement calls ‘the 1%’. There is truth in that. How does dying in foreign lands help improve ‘our’ freedom at home?

While our troops have been away, almost the entire Constitution has been written over or erased by documents such as ‘the patriot act’ and ‘the NDAA act’. This has been done with bipartisan support from both republican and democrat administrations.

The federal government is now so corrupt, that it has become very obvious that every action taken is one to loot from the pockets of working Americans, and to strip their liberties away. On one hand politicians talk about the greatness of america and of our freedoms, and on the other hand they strip these freedoms away for profits. In a bold new attempt to silence people like myself from speaking out online to thousands of other people, they have recently introduced legislation such as SOPA and PIPA. And they call this the land of the free, where you are supposed to have freedom of speech.

For those of us who are awake, and who realise that neither the republicans nor the democrats have any interests in representing ‘we the people’, and only care about representing their own special interests. We understand that we are now at war with the federal government and the oligarchy behind the scenes.

I am by no means an anarchist, nor am I inciting violence. The war that has now began is a philosophical war for our independence, to finally once and for all decide the fate of man, to show what liberty is really all about. Freedom means just that; to be free. To be free to choose, to live the life you see fit for yourself, not the life that some bureaucrat in a far away land wants for you.

I am currently reading a book called ‘Non-violence is not for wimps’, it is very insightful and shows how to combat current issues without resorting to violence.

This philosophical war is just beginning, and it will take years to win. Be prepared to be in this for the long haul, it won’t be pretty, and the government will clamp down. This battle will not be won or lost in November, and there are many trials and tribulations ahead. Be prepared to learn truths that will make you sick to your stomach, and keep an open mind about the world around you. There is a lot to learn, and a lot to do, but no-one ever said revolutions were easy.

The Revolution continues

The mainstream media claims that Mitt Romney has the GOP nomination, we are being told to pick between the lesser of two evils. Even the son of the greatest presidential candidate in history has flipped sides and decided to support the ‘presumptive nominee’ But the Revolution continues! You see, the Ron Paul Revolution is a philosophical one. It is the idea of self liberty and self determination. For much of the last one-hundred years the US population has been sidetracked into left vs right politicking, and has been left with the choice of ‘the lesser of two evils’.

I will not vote for Mitt Romney, I will not vote for him even with Rand Paul’s support. I will only vote for a man of principle, and that is Ron Paul. What is the point in voting for Obama-lite? Many of Obama’s policies and legislation are Romney inspired. Why would you go out and vote for another progressive? Why would you vote for a known flip-flopper? Why would you vote for another fraud, a snake in sheep’s clothing?

I’ve seen bumper stickers and comments that say that those who voted for Obama are idiots. Well, do you think that voting for McCain made you a saint? The John McCain who supported the bailouts, the wars of aggression in the middle east, and who co-wrote the NDAA act? Do you think that John McCain the progressive would have been much better than Obama the progressive?

All those on the left that say that those who voted for Bush (the counterfeit conservative) are idiots, do you really think that John Kerry would have been better, or Al Gore? Al Gore, the guy who sells the idea of Global Warming, and makes millions trading ‘carbon credits’.

Do you not see that the media steers you into choosing between ‘the lesser of two evils’ on a consistent basis?

When I went to the very first Tea Party in Cincinnati back in early 2009, I was impressed when a man made a speech about how he was tired of voting for ‘the lesser of two evils’. And now I see that the Tea Party, along with its supports such as Rand Paul and Glenn Beck, have abandoned their principles and are now supporting a progressive that is worse than George Bush!

Where are your principles?

Do you really think you’re going to make all that much difference when you throw your support behind a ‘chosen’ candidate who is firmly a part of the establishment? The same establishment that has given you all the rules and regulations, taxes, wars, and liberty stripping security that we now feel under the suffocating pillow of bloated government.

So I ask you, will you vote for another establishment candidate, or will you spread the word of Ron Paul? The word of liberty and the constitution. Or will you become another tool in the New World Order’s toolbox of useful idiots? Blindly believing that if you support their ‘chosen’ candidate, that you are somehow aiding the cause of freedom?

Don’t get swept up into the crowd, stand as an individual for liberty and spread the ideas of the consititution and of self worth. Don’t go along with the ‘mainstream’.

We still have time, and Ron Paul may well sweep the floor at the GOP convention in August in a similar way to how Ronald Reagan did in 1980. Soon the GOP and the democrats will realize that currently; neither have the young vote and that Ron Paul does. We want to live in a free and prosperous society, and we do not like the debt and burdens of slavery currently being handed to us.

The Ron Paul Revolution of liberty and restoring this country continues!

“An idea whose time has come cannot be stopped by any army or any government!” – Ron Paul

Quality of life

I’ve been back in the US for three weeks now, which is almost twice as long as my trip to England, and yet I can’t help but draw comparisons and get annoyed at how far this country has slipped from ‘the land of the free’. When I first came here I felt that it was more open than England and had more opportunities. Indeed when my wife and I got married we decided to stay in the US because of this very reason. The house prices and cost of living in England far outweighed that of the US. On our trip I was astounded to learn that prices had remained reasonable in the UK and yet here food prices have all but doubled in the few years I have been here.

The thought of moving back is there, but I still love this country despite all its faults, and I’ve already sunk my roots in. To me it does not really matter where I live and I have discovered that I am not particularly loyal to any one country. What I am loyal to though is an idea. That Idea is freedom and self liberty, the ability to do what you want and to make what you want of yourself. That is why you see me supporting Ron Paul and trashing the establishment. This ‘establishment’ has grown like a fungus on the statue of what used to be a great idea of liberty. Lately all you see is the basic shape with the moss growing all over it. I’m sorry that it looks ugly as I strip away sections of it, but truth is truth, and I will show it to the world for all that it is, the good, bad, ugly and the upsetting truths about where we are and what we have done.

One of my old work friends said it best when he said that he’s from ‘the party of leave me the hell alone’. He was for all intents and purposes a conservative and voted so. And yet he did not care that his neighbors were gay. He said that so long as they were not intimate in front of him that it didn’t particularly bother him. ‘What you do in your house is none of my business’ he would say, and that ‘if they could find a preacher who was willing to do the service, I don’t care if they get married either’. This coming from a guy born in deep eastern Kentucky, really has a lot to say about freedom and not being prejudice. He embodies all the great things about the appellation culture. Recently I went to a firing range with him and he let me try out some of his rifles.

As you can see that is another sport I enjoy here that I cannot do in the UK. Though in the UK you are treated like an adult everywhere you go, and can even drink in public places including on trains. Unfortunately here we now have ‘sobriety checkpoints’ which awfully represent the checkpoints of Nazi Germany during its heyday.

So it does not matter where you live, so long as you stand up for what is right, and make the most out of life for yourself and the ones that you care about.

As for me, I’ll stay here as long as I can. I’ll defend liberty in any way I can, and teach others who are willing to listen. Eventually a time will come to either fight or to shrug. I suggest you read Atlas Shrugged so that you can point out the looters on both sides of the political spectrum. There is a virtue in selfishness and you should always take care of yourself first. Never allow yourself to become a victim of ‘the system’ and never tie your own chains.

The quality of life is whatever we make it, so make it a good one, and ask yourself the question ‘what is freedom?’