“God is on your side, but I don’t think that you’re on His…”

I’m going to tell you something you won’t like.

Not even a little.

You’ll get angry.


Rant and rage at me.

But in the end—

I’ll still be right.


Do you want to preserve freedom?

Truly, deeply and abidingly preserve it?

Here’s how (though it will never happen):

Take all the money that would be spent on increased surveillance.

More troops.

More police.

More machines, drones and weapons built and bought to “keep us free”.

Take it all–every last dime:

And put it in one big account to pay for state funerals.


Purchase burial plots.

Fund pomp and circumstance.

Give payments to the decedents’ relatives.

All for/to the victims of anything the government officially declares an “act of terrorism”.


Show those that would attack us in order to make our government so overbearing as to incite rebellion (which is the actual goal of True terrorism, for those that do not know how it really works) we are willing to die for our liberty and we memorialize (while caring for loved ones left behind) those that make such a sacrifice.

Prove to those that would use “false flags” there is nothing to be gained by such actions; only further losses of both potential income and able–bodied slaves.


When the dead begin to mount:

Change no laws.

Continue as I have written.


Now, this is not to say we should not defend ourselves from invading armies.

Certainly, we should.

But freedom and liberty are not, and have not been for decades, jeopardized by large, foreign forces.


As both the early Christians and the American civil–rights movement understood:

Killing for a goal only cements it in the temporal.

While dying for a goal cements it in the eternal.







7 Responses to ““God is on your side, but I don’t think that you’re on His…””

  1. Bill Powell Says:

    Sorry about bothering you yesterday, but dude, I thought I was morbid LOL

  2. texstar1950 Says:

    Man is an evil creature.
    The Beta Boys are weaklings, Girly Men.
    I covet my neighbors goods, his lands, and lust for his woman.

    Go to your local zoo .
    Go to the Great Ape Habitat.
    Observe and study.
    Everything you need to know about human nature you can learn here.

    Disarm your Nation and Yourself at Your Peril, for I lust after what is now yours.

  3. “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” -Benjamin Franklin

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