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Let’s respond to Operation Jade Helm

For far to long, We the People, have stood by the wayside and allowed tyranny to incrementally approach.  We have monitored the situation, we have waited in defense.  We have tallied the wrongs against the constitution, we have tallied the wrongs against us.  We have tallied the lives lost in unconstitutional wars.  We have sat in the defense allowing our men and women to be killed and others to be persecuted by a criminal government.  We have sat in silence while others have suffered…and now the enemy brings their tyranny to our doorstep.  Operation Jade Helm is a psychological operation (psyop) designed to integrate the military and civilian communities while having troops operate undetected amongst civilian population.  This operation will happen in multiple states throughout the southwest, two of which are listed as hostile, Texas and Utah.  I am proud to be a Texan if the captured federal government that wishes to dominate the country deems Texans as hostile.  I am hostile to tyrants.  We must speak up.

As a young Marine infantryman, I learned that the mission of the Marine Corps rifle squad is to “locate, close with, and destroy the enemy by fire and maneuver, or repel the enemies assault by fire and close combat.”  I never liked sitting in the defense, I far preferred the offense.  My primary weapon these days is information.  Contrary to the mainstream media lies, Operation Jade Helm is a psyop to be used on the American people in order to acclimatize American’s to the police state and martial law.  I refuse to acclimatize to tyranny.  In the Marines my weapon of choice was the M16.  In the civilian world, with weapon close by, my weapon of choice is information.  Therefore, I propose a campaign to flyer the local area.  Let’s get together, make up flyers, and pass them out.  Let’s inform the citizens what is going on in this world and let’s force a discussion about the direction our country is going.

I will make up some fliers and add them to this post, i’ll also work towards garnering some local support in my area.  Let’s spread the message about the actions of our captured government and let’s also spread liberty.  Let’s work together to take back America and return to our rightful place. 

check out the liberty blitz as well.

This is a great opportunity to fight back against the enemy and spread the message of liberty.

This operation will occur from July 15 through Sept 15. 

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Oct 20th founding principles information blitz – LETS SPREAD LIBERTY

Share our graphic throughout social media. See below for it. Or make up your own.

Post/leave the principles and founding documents throughout your work space and community.  Put them up on boards, in news bins, on tables, desks, bathrooms, cars, or anywhere else that you can think of.  Hand them out to individuals and discuss if you feel up to it.  Either way lets get the message out.  Lets force individuals to interact with these documents.

The beginning of waking up is believing that something is wrong. The beginning of believing that something is wrong is being confronted with and understanding another way. The 28 principles of liberty (www.nccs.net), Declaration of Independence, and the US Constitution clearly state a correct path toward liberty.

Turning this country around depends on the regular education of Americans on the founding principles. Then, with this education, individuals are then able to understand the errors of our government. The people are then able to decipher right from wrong and truth from deception. Until the people understand liberty and the founding principles we will be shackled to their ignorance.

Just as Benjamin Franklin saw the printing press as a device capable of teaching the principles of the US Constitution, I too agree.  The great benefit that we have in our day and age is that we each are capable of being our own printing press.  Most of us have access to a printer at home or at work.  This is the technology that we must use in order to reclaim out republic.  We know the constitution, we know our founding principles.  Let us share these with those around us.  Let us print out the 1 page principles of liberty and leave stacks around, or pass them out.  We could also print out the Bill of Rights and the US Constitution and anything else that we come up with.  Lets make this a national effort that is completely decentralized.

We must stop preaching to ourselves and start actively educating the others around us.  Without increasing our base we are all slaves.

Every free local newsstand could easily hold many of these principles.  We could stand at street corners and pass them out.  We could go to the local police department and pass out copies of the US Constitution.  We could do this all on film as well.  Let us distribute these throughout this nation.  Furthermore, let us do this on a single day before the upcoming elections.  Lets blitz this country with the founding principles on Oct. 20th.  This will be several weeks prior to the November elections.  Help me share this with individuals throughout the nation.  Lets blitz this country with the founding principles and lets #findlibertyfindAmerica.

If you’d like to download pre made documents see our previous posts.  Otherwise print out what you’d like and lets blitz this country with freedom.  If we all printed out some of these and passed them out then the population would be forced to interact with the founding principles.  Help us promote this through facebook, twitter and any other social media.  Lets blanket America in liberty based information.

Join me in liberty.  Join me in America.

Also…check out the National Center for Constitutional Studies at http://www.nccs.net

Share this on Facebook, Twitter, instagram and any other social media you have.

Email me at findlibertyfindamerica@gmail.com, any ideas you have would be great.  Lets put this together and make it happen.  Lets take back our country.

Lets get #findlibertyfindamerica

Share this image throughout social media.  Or create your own.  Lets get a buzz going about this and show the world how many liberty minded individuals there are in the US.

Here is a small item to share on Facebook, twitter, etc.
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On Freedom or Liberty

I was recently asked about freedom or liberty.  The question being: Should we seek liberty or should we seek absolute freedom?  I initially chose freedom, with greater reflection I have chosen liberty.  The reasons for this in a few.  First though let us discuss the differences.

Definitions by online Oxford dictionary.

Freedom
Syllabification: free·dom
Pronunciation: /ˈfrēdəm /
NOUN

1 The power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint:

we do have some freedom of choice
he talks of revoking some of the freedoms

Liberty

Syllabification: lib·er·ty
Pronunciation: /ˈlibərdē /
NOUN (plural liberties)

1 The state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority on one’s way of life, behavior, or political views:
compulsory retirement would interfere with individual liberty

Rest of definitions below at end of post:

The argument that was presented to me was that the term liberty was a term that was created by the monarchs, oligarchs and other elites of society in order to subjugate the people under a false freedom.  You see, freedom assumes absolute freedom from any form of control, while liberty assumes as great a freedom as possible as a member of society for the benefits of that society.  We as individuals are all free men and women.  We as sovereign beings are inherently free from birth.  Historically though, we as individuals have always persisted within a group of others.  From the family unit to organized religion and government.  These associations have had positives and negatives.  Government itself has been the greatest killer throughout history.  Organized religion as well.  In fact most if not all major organizations have paved a destructive path.

There will always be wolves amongst society.  There will always be sheep.  The character of society is determined through the strength of the sheepdogs.  Those individuals that choose selfless service for the betterment of all.  Society is currently laid bare in terms of sheepdogs.

Now,  those that choose freedom over liberty must by necessity choose absolute freedom over liberty.  Therefore, those that choose freedom over liberty are choosing anarchy.  I am not an anarchist and I, like many before, am interested in the benefits of limited government over the benefits of absolute freedom.

The truth is, absolute freedom limits productivity and freedom.  The founders understood this concept.  Our current society believes in a left-right paradigm.  The truth is that the paradigm is a tyranny-anarchy paradigm.  The founders chose people’s law through a constitutional republic.  This choice allowed the people to have the greatest control over their government, while ensuring the greatest liberties for themselves.  The introduction of the US Constitution clearly states the six intended purposes of the US governmental system.

“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

These purposes began with the people.  These purposes are clear and concise.  The constitution then goes on to dictate elaborate safeguards from conspiratorial elements of the government.  The founders understood that the people were the defenders of their rights.  The constitution being a guide to assist the people in the maintenance of their liberties.  Many of these safeguards have since been eroded through the amendment process.

The benefits of the constitution far outweigh the benefits of absolute freedom.  Absolute freedom, while initially quite desirable, is far more dangerous than one might suspect.  Absolute freedom forces the people to either act individually in self defense at all times, therefore decreasing the productivity of that individual, or to form bonds with other people in order to assist in the protection of oneself, giving up the absolute freedom that was initially sought.  Therefore absolute freedom decreases productivity through greater demands on time (search for water, food, shelter, protection from enemies due to decreased societal benefits) or actively pressures one to give up some freedom for liberty.

Many today decry the American system of government.  We live in a time of apathy and ignorance.  We live in a  time where the elites of our system have systematically eliminated and sidestepped the safeguards of the US Constitution.  The naysayers of the constitution and the founding principles use this as fodder to attack the constitution.  The truth is that regular manipulation of the constitution as well as decreased understanding and political involvement is what has led the American people to our current predicament.

A constitutional republic protects the sheep from the wolves.

The path to liberty is clear and available.  The path has been written.  The path has been followed with great success.  America was an extremely productive nation with great freedoms for some time.  The people have allowed our current situation, and without action, the people will become slaves.

Stand for the US Constitution and join the Liberty Blitz on Oct. 20th.  Lets educate Americans on their rights and true system of government.

#findlibertyfindamerica

Read “The Making of America” by W. Cleon Skousen for more information.

 

Freedom:

Rest of definition

1.1 Absence of subjection to foreign domination or despotic government:
he was a champion of Irish freedom

1.2 The state of not being imprisoned or enslaved:
the shark thrashed its way to freedom

1.3 The state of being physically unrestricted and able to move easily:
the shorts have a side split for freedom of movement

1.4 (freedom from) The state of not being subject to or affected by (a particular undesirable thing):
government policies to achieve freedom from want

1.5 The power of self-determination attributed to the will; the quality of being independent of fate or necessity.

1.6 Unrestricted use of something:
the dog is happy having the freedom of the house when we are out

1.7 ARCHAIC Familiarity or openness in speech or behavior.

Origin

Old English frēodōm (see free, -dom).

Liberty:

Rest of definition

1.1 (usually liberties) An instance of this; a right or privilege, especially a statutory one:
the Bill of Rights was intended to secure basic civil liberties

1.2 The state of not being imprisoned or enslaved:
people who have lost property or liberty without due process

1.3 (Liberty) The personification of liberty as a female figure.

2 The power or scope to act as one pleases:
individuals should enjoy the liberty to pursue their own interests and preferences

2.1 Philosophy A person’s freedom from control by fate or necessity.

2.2 INFORMAL A presumptuous remark or action:
how did he know what she was thinking?—it was a liberty!

2.3 Nautical Shore leave granted to a sailor.

Origin

late Middle English: from Old French liberte, from Latin libertas, from liber ‘free’.

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