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Opposition to Everything
In the general sense of things, we’re not going to vote our way out of this communist coup. They took over, just like Yeltsin in Russia when they took down the USSR, but communism didn’t stop there. While the Russians have strived for “democracy” many still have a soviet mind and while they don’t want communism back, they can’t let go of 70 years of indoctrination without a struggle.
Our coup is only a couple of years old, but we still have the old pandemic mind and not enough of us have the 1970s American mind. There was a collapse of the republic during the pandemic, when so many thought themselves being just good citizens were backed into a corner and made to accept the soviet-style of governance.
To see Russia striving to be more like America and America striving to be more like the Soviet Union is sad, because I’ve spent most of my life trying to keep this from happening and I realize I can’t, that not enough will rise. There are some encouraging signs, but it’s like whipped cream on a turd. There’s still a feeling of being steered, manipulated, mollified to some degree to keep oneself silent, to wait, but I’m tired of waiting.
The longer we allow ourselves to live under these conditions of the coup: the corruption of government; the abandonment of the rule of law; the two-tiered justice system; the attack on our wealth and jobs, the more it’s cemented in the minds of subsequent generations that the individual is not supreme, but subservient. The indoctrination has begun on all levels, not just schools. Every day is another layer of acceptance, another brick we will have to take down. We have to stop it.
So, what do you do? We can learn a few things from the fall of the Soviet Union, how it was taken down. Part of that is to start an opposition party. Forget the Republicans, a vote for them is a vote for a Democrat. A political party doesn’t have to be about voting, it can be about opposition to the point where no Republican is going to get elected without the endorsement of the opposition party. That has largely been done already by the MAGA vote. If it makes it easier you can understand that a Republican is either a MAGA Republican or an Establishment Republican. Making that distinction alone, making them wear it, branding them with it is just as important as being able to vote for a third party that will overwhelm the Republicans and still beat the Democrats.
And, while this is all in the discussion of voting and elections, that’s not what it’s about at all. It’s about opposition. Opposition against Republicans, against Democrats, against policy, against rules or “orders” from the White House. Who cares what we use to cook, electric or gas? How is that anyone’s business? It’s not, certainly not some government official. But where is the opposition? That’s the purpose of an opposition party, not to be for this or that politician, but to be in opposition to almost everything government does at this point, opposition to communism. To be effective, you need to be organized; when you organize, you open yourself up to infiltration and bastardization. This is what Mike Vanderboegh knew and why he didn’t try to organize the Three Percenters. Look what happened to the Proud Boys and the Oathkeepers who did fall for the hierarchical system of organization. Those things are usually designed to elevate an individual anyway, not to serve the membership.
What I am going to do and have done is become a member of the Our Country, Our Choice (OCOC) organization, something now headed by LTC. Douglas Macgregor (Ret.). This is a non-partisan group, but everyone knows that if you stand for America, you cannot be a Democrat, unless you modify the definition of America to mean communist. I will be watching a meeting video tonight to find out more about the plans and ideas of the group and will make my decision from there whether to remain, or not. Membership, I believe, is open, but I anticipate some duty to be attendant to being a member. In other words, I don’t think they’ll be very receptive of people who just join passively. We can no longer be passive.
We have suffered a coup and all of our normal ways of getting things done no longer work. Elections are the shams that enabled the coup and are now corrupt to maintain it. Believing in elections, while it’s important to use what little leverage one might have with elections, as a means of change is faulty logic. Due to that, many have absolved themselves of the obligation to vote, that’s the wrong answer. Keep voting until they prevent you from it, then fight.
In order to run an opposition party, one must expose the treachery of the establishment over and over, casting more glaring light on it all the time. There are people in this nation who, if left to their natural tendencies, would wake up one day in a gulag and have no idea how they got there. That’s a failure of the opposition party.
I called, for the second time this week, my State Senator to complain about his participation in the impeachment of Ken Paxton, the Texas AG. The impeachment alone is illegal, because it’s being done in violation of Texas law, which requires an impeachment to take place during the legislative session in which the complaint was filed. I knew Ken Paxton was going to be impeached, but it would have to be after the election, which would make it an illegal impeachment. But they did it anyway and now the Senate is going to vote on it. This should not be able to take place during a special session as far as I know, but the fact that Paxton was re-elected with these issues before the voters nullifies the impeachment. We voted for him anyway. The threat of impeachment was an attempt at election interference that we’ve all become accustomed to by now. So, in my view anyone who takes part in an illegal impeachment should themselves be impeached.
I know people find it confounding that I, on one hand disparage the effectiveness of elections and voting in general and, on the other hand encourage it all the time. It’s one day out of two or four years. If one was asked to vote every week and they were all rigged as bad as 2020, there might be a case to be made for not voting, but one day out of at least 730? Small sacrifice and the purpose is to see if they will still let you vote or count your vote. That’s a telling marker for the level of descent we’ve endured. That day is coming. Two articles in major publications questioned the necessity and purpose of voting. Soon, they’ll suggest just letting AI decide who our president and congress people should be, our judges, and it will carry a DEI algorithm in the code.
No sir, we are at the end of the republic and history will record our reaction. I have not fought my whole life to preserve the ideals of the republic to just shrug and go on my way. This is important and whatever tool I can use to inspire people to fight back, to take it back from the communists, I’ll use. This blog is just one, there are others, other means and other tools.
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