Special thank yous

Thank you to everyone who has fought over the last few years for freedom. To every blogger, every video maker, all the brave people who came out, recognized and endorsed Donald Trump as the leader we needed.

So many millions of people will never understand how close to the abyss we came. This election really was the difference between good and evil.

The mainstream media really did poison the minds of the electorate. They really did defend Hillary’s every evil deed and they really went after Donald Trump.

His strength and ability to brush off all the attacks is something to be admired. He is the leader we need right now and we wish him all the best.

I want to thank in particular groups that I have followed for a while now and whom I think really swayed the battle in our favor.

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I would like to thank Alex Jones and Info Wars. He and his team have been called every name under the sun. Alex is such a great guy, very passionate. He comes across as a wild eyed conspiracy theorist, but at heart he is just a man looking for the truth, looking for answers. Thank you Alex.

To Stefan Molyneux. You are brilliant. Truly brilliant. The way you break things down and explain them is so intriguing. You have made some wonderful videos that carefully construct arguments for liberty and justice in a world full of falsehoods. Thank you Stephan.

To Ben Garrison. Sir, you are a brilliant artist. I said it back in 2012 when we were both supporting Ron Paul and were so disappointed in Mitt Romney. You and I each have been on a similar journey and both threw our support behind Donald Trump around the same time. Your cartoons so boldly showed how things really were and you weren’t afraid of shoving the hard truths in the faces of those who were committing evil. Thank you Ben.

To Sean Hannity. Sean I am so impressed with you. For this entire election cycle you did exactly what you set out to do. You fairly interviewed every candidate, gave them all the air time they needed. And then, when Trump gained enough of a majority of delegates, you stuck with him through thick and thin. Sean you deserve an award in journalism. You are one of the very few out there who was fair. Thank you Sean.

To the Breitbart News Network. When all the other major networks refused to accurately report, you gave us the articles where we could get accurate information. You deserve all the extra hits on your website. I am one of those who has added a lot to it. Thank you to the Breitbart team.

To Julian Assange. You sir are brilliant. You are so incredibly brave. I know you didn’t endorse Donald Trump, I know his election wasn’t your end game. But your bravery in exposing Hillary Clinton and her evil cohorts has just saved the world. You deserve the noble peace prize more than any other person in history.

To Project Veritas, to the protesters at Hillary’s rallies, to the homeless lady who guarded Trump’s star in Hollywood. To all the brave men and women who stood up in sole acts against tyranny to do what is right. Thank you.

To the old guard, to Rush Limbaugh, to those who have been in politics for a while and who endorsed Donald Trump early and took all the flak because of it. Thank you.

To my father-in-law who has written for years now in the face of great controversy. Thank you for being a role model for citizen journalism.

Thank you to all the local men and women who banded together to create Tea Party’s and other networks. Thank you to all those at the local level who got into politics just to try and do what is right. Thank you.

And thank you once again to Donald Trump. You had talked about possibly running for many years. You waited until the country could take the abuse no longer. Thank you Mr President Elect.

Thank you to all the people out there who have been diligently working behind the scenes. And thank you, thank you so much to everyone who was brave enough to vote for Donald Trump, in spite of all the negativity being thrown out there by friends and family who simply don’t know any better.

Thank you everyone. Thank yourselves. Celebrate. We have just saved this country and saved western civilization. We have saved the country and world from a potential war with Russia. We have exposed corruption on a level never seen before.

There is a lot of work to do in the months ahead. But for today, thank and congratulate yourselves. You deserve it.

You are the difference between good and evil

All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing – Edmund Burke

Edmund Burke PC (12 January [NS] 1729[1]– 9 July 1797) was an Irish[2][3] statesman, author, orator, political theorist and philosopher who, after moving to England, served for many years in the House of Commons of Great Britain as a member of the Whig party.

He is mainly remembered for his support of the cause of the American Revolutionaries, and for his later opposition to the French Revolution. The latter led to his becoming the leading figure within the conservative faction of the Whig party, which he dubbed the “Old Whigs”, in opposition to the pro–French Revolution “New Whigs”, led by Charles James Fox.[4]

Burke was praised by both conservatives and liberals in the 19th century. Since the 20th century, he has generally been viewed as the philosophical founder of modern Conservatism,[5][6] as well as a representative of classical liberalism.

I watched the movie ‘tears of the sun’ the other day. I’ve seen it before, but when it popped up on my Netflix account, I couldn’t help but want to see it again. It is a movie about a navy seal team that is sent into Nigeria to pick up an American citizen, before her mission is wiped out by an army group of ethnic cleansers.

Rather than allow all the villagers and missionaries to die, the Lieutenant of the Seal Team decides to rescue them by marching 40 miles toward Cambodia. The story is about how evil can only triumph when good men do nothing. The movie illustrates that doing the right thing is not easy and lives can be lost, but that it is soul redeeming, and the right thing to do for your fellow man. Our country is at a crossroads right now, and it will take good men to stand up and speak out against tyranny and oppression.

No one could make a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little. – Edmund Burke

Never think that you cannot do enough by yourself. The very fact that you might read something like this means that you are already doing something to help the cause of freedom. The next best thing is that you speak out. It doesn’t matter if you only tell one or two people what you’ve found out because that will help immensely. In network marketing we’re taught about multiplication. If I tell 5 people, and they tell people and so on another five times, that’s 15625 people who have benefited along the way. Never assume that you can’t do something to help.

It doesn’t matter if you write, research, talk to others, attend a tea party meeting, attend your local town-hall meeting, or simply read about current events. Staying informed and learning the truth is the gateway to knowledge and ideas, and ideas backed by knowledge and wisdom change the world.

The difference between good and evil is you. Remember that, and act upon it.

Even if you’re the only man standing; you are standing, and that makes all the difference.