It’s Not Over Yet

No matter who wins the election, the Marxists will still be in full attack mode against the Republic. Packing the SCOTUS, banning guns, limiting free speech, demanding masking and destroying businesses are but a few of their priorities. If Trump wins re-election and we sweep the Senate and the House, their priorities will not change. The battle may be won, but the war will continue merrily on.

The only way We The People will win is with a commitment to a protracted war with those who wish to destroy us. This must be fought at a grass roots level, educating and rescuing those who have been brainwashed into thinking that Socialism (Marxism) works and that capitalism (individualism) is evil. The Brainwashing masters in our public gulags and colleges make it sound SO good (free stuff, equality of outcome) but that isn’t reality. If you are slovenly and expect others to do your work for you while you reap (steal) the fruits of their labors, you have no place in a civilized society. Please leave as you have so often promised you will do. I’m sick or your empty promises and lies.

So for those of us that are committed to spending our lives fighting for liberty, don’t relax. Freedom requires constant vigilance and sacrifice on the part of those who wish to enjoy its benefits. Keep learning, keep preaching, keep your eyes and ears open for attacks against our Republic and our liberty. I think Winston Churchill said it most plainly when he encouraged his fellow Britons at Harrow School on October 29, 1941. If you take nothing else away from his speech, remember this line:

Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never–in nothing, great or small, large or petty–never give in, except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.

79 years have not dimmed the wisdom of his words; let us not forget them now.

Here is the whole address to the students at Harrow.

Remember, the Marxists are poor losers and are bent on revenge for perceived hurts.

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