Take Action

The world belongs to those who take action.

I remember two months ago sitting in a hotel room overlooking Niagara Falls. The democrats had just won back the house. I felt sick to my stomach. The raving loony party was back in charge of policy making. I realized then that I needed to take action. Just because President Trump is sitting in the oval office, it doesn’t mean we should sit back. He needs our support if he is able to continue with the MAGA agenda.

Thinking of the house I remembered that it was won back by the republicans in 2010 with the tea party movement which started shortly after Barack Obama was elected. I realized then that I hadn’t been to a tea party since before President Trump was elected. I think it’s time I showed back up again.

There are Tea Party groups all over the country. There’s probably one close to you that you’ve never even heard about. Most of them are quite small, but are filled with like-minded people who wish to preserve and defend the constitution of the United States.

When I returned home from my trip out east in November I stared at my Oath of Allegiance and my naturalization certificate. I began to think of my son and the kind of country he’s growing up in. Things are good right now, but if the democrats gain real power (ie the Senate or the Presidency) then we’re heading for real trouble. Barack Obama was an awful president and the economy sucked during his tenure, but I fear it will be worse under another democrat as they are heading decidedly ever further to the authoritarian left. We see it with big tech, we see it with censorship and shadow bans and we see it with the lunatic bias of the mainstream media. Something must be done.

We are the ones to do it.

When I became a citizen I started this blog. It was called abundant truth and it began very innocently with me expressing my opinions on the constitution, this country and current events. After a year or so my posts began to fade and I got busy with life. I began to vote and I felt like I did my bit and eventually president Trump was elected. But now with a resurgence from the democrat party, we must as President Trump once put it “fight fire with fire.”

So how can you do your part? Simple. Take a course on the constitution, find your local tea party and attend an event. Start a blog post. Talk to your like-minded friends and family. Teach your children! The journey of a thousand miles as the say, starts with a single step.

I have taken this old blog, renamed it and will start pumping out new content. I hope you find it useful.

It is up to us, each and every one of us, to do our part. I hope that my content inspires you to do yours and together we will continue to Make America Great Again.

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.

Rediscovering ourselves

Watching movies like ‘Interstellar’, ‘the right stuff’ and ‘space cowboys’ have only highlighted the failings of government to me. NASA was born of bureaucracy, and it has died of bureaucracy. In fifty years, they never perfected space travel. They piggy backed off the designs of Nazi Germany’s scientists and never got away from rocket launching from the ground in order to get men into space. To this day, only several hundred people have ever traveled to the stars.

In just ten years, Virgin Galactic has revolutionized space travel. Burt Rutan’s revolutionary new designs have made space tourism a viable option in the not too distant future. Now, there have been casualties in pushing this envelope, as there always is. Many of progressive mindset have bashed Virgin Galactic in the last couple of weeks for the death of one of their test pilots, while saying that this sort of thing should be left to government experts. Are they referring to the same government experts who spent billions blowing up rockets trying to get them into space, and the many planes that went down trying to break the sound barrier? Lets not forget, that dozens of test pilots died trying to break the sound barrier, and that even with the space shuttle program, which was far from perfect, shuttles still exploded on the way up, and disintegrated on the way down, killing many of the few astronauts to go into space.

Burt Rutan, with a private enterprise backing, has done far more for space travel in the last decade, than any government agency has in the last half a century. This is a good thing, because America in particular as a nation is just now beginning to rediscover itself. The progressive mantra is slowly being pried away. We can see from the November 2014 elections that the heart of America fully and utterly rejects the democrats big government policies, headed by imperial president Barack Obama.

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While the nation has now almost completely gone red, the real battles are just now coming. Dinosaurs such as Mitch McConnell, and John Boehner have no right to be at the helm of the senate and house, their paid and patented antiquated back room deal ideology belongs on the scrap heap of history. America is beginning to rediscover Capitalism, and its place in our lives. It is Capitalism, the free market system, which spurs growth, which creates opportunities, which pushes us further than we’ve been before. It is capitalism which will take us to the stars, not soviet style big government

Americans, which the help of movies from Christopher Nolan, with constitutionalist tea party groups, and with alternative media, are rediscovering capitalism, and the fruits it bears. The republicans have swept the house and senate in such a way that has not been seen in nearly one hundred years. We now stand upon the precipice of an abyss or a great awakening. The abyss is in believing that the republicans will do what needs to be done on their own to scale back government. The great awakening is in keeping the pressure on them to roll back the reaches of government, and to allow free enterprise to once again blow the fires of industry throughout the land. We are standing on the edge of an abyss or a new renaissance. I know which one I choose. How about you?

We determine the culture each and every day, we decide which direction the country turns. We decide weather to squabble about our place in the dirt, or to reach for the stars. Each and every one of us is responsible for our own futures. In rediscovering ourselves, we reignite ourselves, we blaze a path for others to follow. The future is out there, lets go and create it!

Forging my own path

From the time I first began paying attention to politics, my path has varied, as everyone’s has. As a teenager my thoughts were more liberal and indeed socialist in nature, as you would expect of anyone brought up in a socialist country. Almost as soon as I moved to the US, my thoughts became more conservative. My actual voting record to date is purely conservative and libertarian. I have yet to vote for a single liberal.

During the 2012 primaries, right after I became a citizen, I was excited about Ron Paul and his message of peace and prosperity. My thoughts became very libertarian in nature. After my bitter disappointment with the GOP convention that year I became almost anarchist in my thought process, and back toward libertarianism in 2013. Recently I find myself more conservative again, as I do not always agree on the libertarian mindset. I am anti drug, and anti gay marriage, but understand where the drug war has failed, and where government should stay out of peoples bedrooms. I am pro peace, but understand that a strong English speaking nation patrolling the high seas has maintained the very prosperity we have enjoyed over the last few centuries.

It’s interesting to think about all the people you encounter on a daily bases, those who you work with, a family you marry in to, people you meet at gatherings and conventions. Just about everyone I have ever met has had some impact on my life and my thought process. That is not to say that I am easily swayed, far from it, but I am a big thinker, and I like to run down several avenues before I draw my conclusions.

Essentially I have always been pro freedom, I hate the idea of being told what to do, by anybody or any entity. I hated school for that reason, but I love to learn.

I have been very lucky in the people I have met. My wife is the most important person I have met, and her father, who inspired me to read philosophical and mythological works by people such as Joseph Campbell and Friedrich Nietzsche. I have met trustees of the Township I work in, I have met influential people such as Libertarian girl, and YouTube celebrities such as Supadupaflygirl. I have met members of the world stunt association, members of the Wild West Society, independent movie directors, and many others from all walks of life.

The life that my wife and I have forged for ourselves is already so unique. We cast off the acceptable shackles of society and cast off into the great unknown.

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As for politics, and indeed anything in life, you must speak up, you must say something, you must do something. Even if you might be wrong at first. We learn by making mistakes. I have gotten in so many arguments, even with good friends on this site, because of apposing viewpoints, but every time I learn something. I learn how to argue better, to argue smarter. I learn that the way I phrase things might be off. I learn to sharpen my viewpoints, to make more sense of them. It is better to be considered a fool for a moment, than to stay quiet and be a fool for your whole life.

As I continue to forge my path, I continue to learn, I continue to pay attention to the world around me, and to others who cross my path. My path is like no other. I came to a thick forest, and began hacking at the branches, learning as I went. Now, already my path is long, it has curves in it, and it is interesting. I continue to push on, deeper and deeper, discovering more and more of life’s treasures along the way.

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The freedom movement in this country is growing, and I am growing with it. This week the Tea Party turned five years old, and last year saw the rise of the libertarian movement. Conservatives are growing smarter, are growing wiser, and even liberals are starting to question their leaders actions. The world is waking up, and people are starting to walk off the beaten track.

What is your path, and where are you taking it?

The Tea Party is winning

Contrary to what the mainstream media would have you believe, the Tea Party is not only alive and well, but is actually winning elections!

On Tuesday the West Chester Tea Party backed candidate Mark Welch became the newest trustee for the township. He now joins George Lang as the second Tea Party backed candidate, right in House speaker John Boehner’s back yard. The Tea Party now has a majority vote in the Township, and this will send shock waves throughout the republican establishment.

The days of RINO republicans are over. The Tea Parties are putting more and more pressure on local and state candidates, and are even beginning to sweep through Washington with candidates such as Ted Cruz and Rand Paul.

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Despite what the mainstream media would have you believe, these Tea Parties are thriving, and are pushing issues on local ballots to dramatically change this nation back to the way it should be; free and independent.

Fake conservatives on local radio stations who use the progressive and derogatory liberal term ‘tea bagger’ to attack local freedom activists are beginning to lose their voices to a vacuum, and eventually they will be drowned out completely. Gone are the times of progressive republicans and weak flip flop principles. The earth is moving beneath the republican establishment, and the more they point fingers, the more they call us ‘wacko birds’ and ‘dangerous’ the more you know that we’re having an effect on them.

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If you want to learn more about your local Tea Party, just get on Google or Facebook and search for them, and with any luck, you’ll be able to stop by their next local event.

Transitions

Last week my wife and I signed on a new house. I have spent the last week moving boxes, packing and unpacking, and finally this weekend I will have my own office where I can write to my heart’s content. I have come a long way in the last few years. As many of you know, I grew up in England, and immigrated here at the tender age of 20 years old. Since then I have worked my socks off and embraced as much information and wisdom as I could get my hands on. I have read everything from Joseph Campbell to Ayn Rand, and have held many schools of thought.

It’s hard to formulate a good post when you’re constantly on the move. Over the last few months my wife and I have spent our limited amount of free time searching for houses, while building up our business. It’s been a roller-coaster  but I now finally have a place of my own to call home. I now have my own little patch of earth that is mine to do with as I please (for the most part) and I feel proud to have come this far.

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Some people are mind boggled by my posts and can’t understand what I’m really about. To put it simply; I’m all about being free to do whatever the heck you want to do, so long as you’re not harming anyone else. In essence you could call me a libertarian, but I’ve been known to vote republican, and I’m an active member of the local Tea Party group, which is essentially a hash of Reagan conservatives and young libertarians, looking to change the country for the better.

It’s been a bumpy road, and I’ve typed out hundreds of posts, some thoughtful, some furious, but always along the same line; leave me the hell alone, don’t tell me what to do, and give others that same freedom. I’m all about the individual. It is individuals who move this world, not some murky collective, which always blames others for its problems.

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As I transition into my new home, I look back at my life so far, and can say that I am proud of the stances I’ve taken, of the positions I’ve attended, and the decisions I’ve made. Nowadays we’re told to compromise and not to be divisive. But if you are not decisive and take hard stances, how will the world ever progress? In business, if you don’t make hard decisions; you fail, and ultimately, whenever government takes over an entity; it fails also, it just delays the inevitable decline.

Now that I own my own property, I will fight harder than ever against the statists and the collectivists who wish to drag me into ‘the nothing’ that is their creed. I am an individual, I am a capitalist, I will be who I wish to be, no matter what any authority may do or say.

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The liberty movement is growing. Last week I was lucky enough to meet such people as Libertarian Girl and Brad Lowry during the freedom expo event. Last week the anti gun bills were rejected, and just today CISPA was defeated in the senate. As we transition into dark times, with martial law being declared in Boston, and evil politicians trying to usurp our constitutional freedoms through traitorous bills, there is still light at the end of the tunnel, and I’m one of the people holding up that torch. It is my generation that has the most to lose or gain in the next few years. I already shrugged socialism once, but now there is nowhere else to go. America is capitalism’s last stand, and what a place to make it. The only country in the world founded completely on freedom. When I swore my oath to the constitution, I meant it, with every fiber of my being. I’m no nationalist, but I will not stand idly by while the greatest ever written document is shredded by oligarchs and looters.

Now that I have my own patch of earth to call home, I will defend my right to own it, and the rights of others to own theirs until my last breath, because life is precious, and it is too short to be lived in slavery to half witted politicians bent on global collectivism.

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Keep up the fight and keep learning. I’ll be back and posting more often soon, but for now, the liberty movement is growing, and there are many of us out there carrying the flames.

Socialism will never take over America

Communism was only able to fully take over Soviet Russia because the US provided the poor with food. If they had not sustained the people with bread and water, the Russian’s would have eventually rebelled and the empire would have come crashing down.

America will never be taken over by socialism. It is a mathematical impossibility. The only reason Europe has been able to sustain itself is because there have been capitalist nations in the world propping up the whole system.

At 16 Trillion Dollars in debt, we simply cannot afford to pay for any more social programs.

“The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people’s money” – Margret Thatcher

We are already seeing signs that Obama’s grand plan is failing. Hundreds of businesses have announced plans to lay off workers and cut hours to stop the heavy burden and costs of ‘obamacare’.

Almost every State has now signed a petition on the white house website to secede from the Union.

People are fed up, they will not put up with the slug that is socialism. We are in a period not seen since the revolutionary and civil wars. It is literally a battle between the producers and the moochers. But guess what? The producers will not allow themselves to be shackled. Before they pay another dime for social programs and taxes, they will simply close up shop and ‘go galt’.

The engine of the world is driven by capitalism. Without it the whole world falls apart, and no amount of ‘pull’ will be able to stop it.

The battle back toward peace, liberty and prosperity has only just begun. Let not your heart be troubled. We’re in this for the long haul, and there’s a lot of work to be done.

The moochers and looters are currently celebrating their mini victory, and are currently poking fun at those of us who have been working hard to preserve our way of life. Let them have their fun, it will be short lived. Use your frustration to do good, be productive, teach others, prepare yourself and your family for what lies ahead, and be ready to reclaim the world.

Socialism has just about lived out its course in history, and when it comes to a sudden end, it will vanish from the earth, and individuals will rule once more.

America is the land of opportunity, the land of Capitalism and free enterprise. If you take those traits away, it is nothing but an empty shell, one which will fall, break and disperse, and the fragments will rebuild the way it was supposed to be. Whether we continue as a unified republic or as several states will mutual exchange of goods and services, America will flourish once more. We are currently shedding a skin, and a new one is already forming.

Go join your local Tea Party, your local liberty group, go talk to your neighbors who hold similar opinions. Build friendships, make alliances, stock up on food in case of a power black out. Learn new skills, teach yourself. Build yourself as an individual, so that no one can ever pull the rug out from under you, and so that you can always depend upon yourself, no matter what idiot is in charge of the government. They don’t control us, we employ them. Continue to throw out the incumbents, and continue to install new principled representatives who abide by the constitution.

Socialism is almost dead, the socialists just don’t realize it yet. But you and I know better, and we’ll be prepared when it happens.

America’s greatest days are still ahead.