revolutionI say what everyone is avoiding. REVOLUTION!

Yes say aloud that terrible thing we pray never comes. Revolution!

I’m not hear to sell anger. I’m here to talk about peace and principle. Folks are sometimes put off by my direct approach. But when the patient is hemorrhaging, you don’t sell them a band aid. Our liberty has been wheedled away by false politeness and false shame laid upon those standing for it.

We have made a terrible mistake. We have taught ourselves to believe that enemies are without. That we cannot not respond to those within as we would a murderous assailant.

We have the God given right to revolution. Why? Because we have a right to defend life. With it we have an obligation to prudence and principle and peace. Honorable revolt is simply a defense from the lawless. Don’t take my word for it. This happens to be a key part of the philosophy on which America was built.

In all States and Conditions the true remedy of Force without Authority, is to oppose Force to it. The use of force without Authority, always puts him that uses it into a state of War, as the Aggressor, and renders him liable to be treated accordingly. — John Locke, Second Treatise.

We must STOP hiding. We must STOP being afraid of what propaganda and labels the enemy are using. Do you care what names the thief calls you? No! We don not need their approval to demand our liberty with principle and resolve.

When government violates the peoples rights they are the worst enemy of all. They have  declared WAR on the people under color of law, despite an oath of obedience to those same people. To defend against them is the duty of a man to his brother. Our response should be firm and immediate.

Any agent of government who attempts to take away liberty and our means to defend it; should be treated in every respect as the rapist or murderer at our doorstep.

Stand principled, don’t throw the first punch, or fire that first shot. But if we mean to have liberty, we cannot cower before the invading force. No matter what patch they wear, or what oath they swear. We have right and duty to use necessary force against a lawless agency who has declared war on us. But we always stand peacefully, so long as peace is at all possible.

Revolution is associated with mad men. It’s true that we should never love violence and never shed innocent blood. But we must stop negotiating with terrorists, giving them bits of our liberty in trade for false peace. This empowers these bureaucratic terrorists that attack us. By affirming our rights and our resolve, we better understand liberty and remind them we will NEVER relinquish it. We must instill fear into the hearts of these terrorists that assault us.

I seek no violence. But make no mistake. War has been declared on liberty. We Stand now to avoid the spilling of blood, because if we do not, it will flow in rivers through our streets. We must not seek the sword. But we must defend justice. Appeal to heaven.

Rescue the weak and needy; Deliver them out of the hand of the wicked. —¬†Psalm 82:4.

So to those who find me offensive. Look past my imperfections. To those who find me rude, my lack of subtlety is because we lack time. To those who oppose this liberty, your evil deserves no merit. — Oh how I wish for peace and tranquility. But I will not pretend we have it of we do not and I seek to stop the hemorrhaging.

We start with a revolution of hearts. With that must come a resolve to do what we must to preserve liberty.

On December 13th we fire a metaphorical shot across the bow on an invading force. If they continue to attack rather than retreat, we have a moral obligation defend liberty preservation of peace and the safety of our families. Love your neighbor, by speaking truth and defending their liberty!


— Gav