Brian Blackwell

Senior Member
Mar 10, 2018
I’m putting aside the gloves for this rant, because I’ve got to vent some frustration over the willful reluctance of many here to snap the fuck out of it and realize that they are free-range slaves living in a work camp controlled by sociopathic entities - I won’t even grace these misanthropic walking corpses with the title of “human”.

Corporations, old-money capitalists and descendants of royal houses own your president and your congressmen, they lay claim to ownership over you and your children - and you feed their power every day that you sit here bitching about left vs. right, but refuse to withdraw your support from the invalid, immoral system of external authority represented by that goddam colored rag flying outside your house.

The hour is getting late, my friends, and you may just come to see the fire and ashen bones upon your own land before the end. You think the self-indulgent age of Hot Pockets and Netflix will carry on into eternity while philosophy, morality, and enlightenment are scorned, and apathy in the face of rampant injustice clothes all of humanity in a dull glaze? Do you really think you could vote your way out of this, or nail a sign to a stick and beg your captors to change their wicked ways?

They’re laughing at you. They’re doubled over, struggling to catch their breath at the fact that you still buy into their carnival sideshow no matter how far they push their agenda right in front of your face. Candy from a baby. Wolves amongst sheep. And once they’ve got your guns, it’s game-time, folks. The U.S. is the last standing defensive outpost, and once they get it disarmed, the masks are coming off.

No hope remains in ancient scriptures of law. The Constitution is a relic, its only purpose is to prop up a facade to shield a feeding frenzy of corruption, domination, and war profiteering. No hope remains within a political process whereby your choices are made for you before you ever enter a voting booth; where both candidates serve the same ultimate agenda, each pushing the ball further down the field, the only difference being which particular areas of that agenda they’re focused upon.

About 240 years ago, this country shattered the charade of monarchy that had held sway for thousands of years. All the world took notice as the cry of liberty rang out and shook the very foundation of human society. The men and women of that revolt knew their self-worth, and had steadfast courage in the face of overwhelming odds and an uncertain future. They had no guarantees; not of victory, nor of their security in the world that lay beyond. But they bore that burden of moral necessity and self-responsibility, not only for themselves, but for mankind everywhere, and for those who were yet to be born.

The time has come, once again, for America to teach the world a lesson in freedom. To take the next giant step upon the path to true liberty and justice, and cry out in one unified voice, “We will not support your self-serving agendas, and we will not negotiate our freedom!”

Some small hope remains that it can be done without bloodshed, though not without courage, and not without hard work. It requires that each of us take seriously our responsibility to critically evaluate our position, and search extensively for inconsistencies. It requires that we put aside our need for control, and allow each individual to express their God-given, unalienable rights, regardless of what we think of their ideas. It requires that we defend those rights with unwavering resolve - with force, if need be - both for ourselves, and for our neighbors. And most importantly, it requires that we share this message at every opportunity, whether men have ears to hear it, or not.

We can choose to be on the right side of history; to send a message to future generations that says, “We stood for freedom in the face of global tyranny. Together we carved out a new world, free of domination - keep it well, and remember our courage.” The time is now to put aside our differences and unite in freedom, as we are on the cusp of a turning point beyond which there will be no way back without heretofore unseen carnage on a worldwide scale. This is the call for liberty - how do you answer?

“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.”

- Samuel Adams
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