Saturday, May 13, 2006

Its time

Could Monday's speech be an announcement of troop deployments to the Mexican border?

Prepare yourself.

Once he gets that longed for deployment of military troops into the homeland, the Armageddon clock has swung into 11:59 and the second hand is going to be ticking furiously. Do you have tradable goods stored away? Do you have protection? Do you have a plan to escape your city? County? The country?

Maybe it'll be nothing. But think of it as an exercise in emergency preparedness. Can you get yourself and your loved ones out of the path of George Bush's domestic pacification forces before they begin the crackdown on "race riots?"

It won't happen in your neighborhood? Good. You'll make a useful speedbump to give me and mine more time.

Bush told you already, you're either with him or against him. He can never win in the long term, just like Hitler and Napoleon and all the other petty, spoiled children of history couldn't. The trick is to survive the short term to see the long term.

Are you ready to take back your country? Rally your fellows? Call a civic meeting of concerned citizens. Call a constitutional committee to order in your neighborhood. Write a letter to the editor of your local paper and call everyone who reads it and wants to assert their rights and liberty to meet at a public square or park to take an oath to defend the constitution against all enemies, especially domestic.

We can't afford to waste time with "opposition" marches anymore. They don't work. We march in opposition to war, opposition to exploitation, opposition to tyranny, and we march in circles.

Its time to gather together to assert ourselves. We are not protesting. We are demanding our rights. We are spitting in the face of the tyrant.

The time for cowering in crowds is over. The time to stand up and loudly proclaim our freedom is at hand.

I, Michael Leza, am a free man. Those who try to deny me this freedom do so at their gravest peril. Join me and we will reforge this Union from its shattered pieces and achieve the greatest aspiration of any person: to leave this planet a better place than it was when we arrived.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

How should one define freedom?

12:21 PM  
Anonymous Ra'Gridr said...

Another good post, Shark. To the commenter:
If you cannot speak your mind, in public or private, you are not free.
If you cannot move about the public places of your community, you are not free.
If you are denied the sanctity of your own domicile, you are not free.
If your movements and conversations are illegally monitored, you are not free.

Our founding fathers must be spinning in their graves.

9:20 AM  
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