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Simple As That
The border invasion is an attack on the United States of America. Not exactly a steaming headline perhaps, but nonetheless true. Yet, there are no troops, agents or cops on the border to stop it. They’re only there to manage it. That isn’t an act of law enforcement, it’s a criminal act, a violation of law, not just treason. They are being told to follow some policy, but that cannot conflict with duly passed laws, or it is an illegal order. So many are guilty they have relative safety in numbers. The only way to overcome that is to overwhelm them from the back.
Everyone knows that American men, veterans, former cops, whatever, should have been on the border themselves, pushing or making citizen arrests of the lawless border patrol agents for treason and shipping them off to a citizen’s tribunal. But, that’s not how we do things in America. We have the police arrest criminals. We have the rule of law. Yeah? When? I’ve been waiting on a number of different fronts. There’s no rule of law, there’s what you can force and what you must endure. So, we don’t do it that way anymore. Instead, we give up United States territory to criminal gangs and cabals, foreign enemies and villains? That’s the only possible alternative to this lackluster, do nothing, concierge approach to criminal activity.
We used to handle this with troops. It is the international border and it is being overrun. Anyone looking at this from a military perspective would see the obvious problem here. It is an act of war primarily by Mexico, but all down the line as well. It is their revenge in a way, or at least it started out that way, but now the international brotherhood of border jumpers has squashed their towns, too. All the way from Panama up to the Rio Grande. They’ve dumped their trash from one end of the continent to the other, threatened and abused human beings living there en route.
Explain to me, someone, why this is not an act of war and if our government, as bought off and corrupt as it is, can’t or won’t do anything about it, how does it not fall to the people themselves? In every historical document I’ve read it states this clearly enough, but even if it doesn’t we are allowing not only these foreign fighters into our nation to await specific orders to commit terrorist acts, that much has already been intimated by Hezbollah, Hamas and every other terrorist organization one might want to name, Boko Haram. Many such attacks might already have taken place with train derailments and leaking chemicals, with wildfires and exploding food production plants. But the authorities would never admit it, because they are culpable. If not that, the diseases being brought in are the equivalent of biological weapons. The fentanyl being brought in is a chemical weapon and has killed hundreds of thousands in just a few short years. How is that not an act of war?
More importantly, where are the men and women of stature to not just talk about this on popular radio shows and podcasts, but who are actively organizing for the people to take control of the border? That has happened in every other existential emergency. This is our land, it’s not for some elected stooges to do with it whatever they please. A policy change doesn’t equal a law. The immigration laws are still in effect and every one of those border agents who obeyed illegal orders will find themselves subject to criminal prosecution just the same as a private who obeys an order to torch a village, or assassinate prisoners. If you don’t think these actions are the same, wait until the terrorist attacks start to happen.
I’m not calling for a rebellion, I’m calling for the restoration of order, of logical and thoughtful immigration that apparently cannot be done with the agents we have on the border now. Why not draft a former chief of the border patrol to stand up and organize a replacement movement? He could pull from all of those Americans out there who want to do the job right and follow the law to stop the bleeding of the nation. They don’t want to overthrow the government, how stupid is that to suggest? If the government wouldn’t fill in a pothole, I’d get some asphalt and do it myself rather than destroy my vehicle driving through it every day. It’s the same principle. We just need to get some men together to deal with this emergency. It’s nothing different from getting civilians and volunteers to help out after a tornado or hurricane. When the emergency is over and the NGOs are dissolved, arresting and imprisoning their membership from top to bottom, those assembled can go back home just like they would after any other war without overthrowing the government that got them into it.
The only reason we would not be able to put this together is because of the terror it would strike in the eyes of those who don’t bat an eye when illegals rape our daughters, rob our houses or kill our children. So, I don’t bat an eye at their concerns. To hell with their concerns. They let it get out of control, we just need to restore it.
This is no different than a draft and everyone who proposes that this is something highly unusual doesn’t understand America. We are a land full of people who can do it ourselves. A little organization would be good, but we can’t trust the government with it so the hierarchy would have to come from the people with sanction from the populace to act in place of the government. A simple referendum. Weapons? Americans are some of the most highly-trained gun owners in the world. Many have been through tactical classes and such and if that were a requirement, so be it, I bet it can be accomplished in as much time as it takes for a Venezuelan to make it to the border.
Obviously this all could be handled by the government, they could have spent some of the past twenty years working on a wall. They could have beefed up the border, supplemented it with sanctions or tougher negotiations with the nations now facilitating it, or just shipped them all back to Peru and let them work their way up again. It is the very fact that there is no intention of ever stopping this invasion so long as the government has control of the border, because they are interested in the destruction of the nation. That’s the only reason they’re on the other side of this or they would be begging for help.
What you cannot do, if you want to be taken seriously, is allow NGOs receiving money from taxpayers to fund these caravans, to pay for cell phones, bank cards and issue Asylum cards that help them ask for asylum. You certainly can’t allow fighting age males from China, Russia, Iran, Iraq, Haiti, or any other nation that hates the United States and wants to see it drown in uncontrollable mobs.
It’s going to come down to a shooting and it would be better if our military were on one side and the invaders on the other, but if it doesn’t happen that way, the shooting will happen in Austin, in Milwaukee, Portland, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco over and over again.
I’m sick of all of this defeatist nonsense that if the “authorities” can’t get a handle on it, I have to watch my child die in the street. Unacceptable. Unacceptable to me and any other father out there. It should be unacceptable to those in the U.S. House and Senate trying to figure out how to ship some taxpayer funds over to Ukraine, or Israel. Stop it. The only thing, the only concern in the heart of any American who will have to suffer the deaths from terrorist, biological or chemical attacks is to shut the border down now, and if they won’t do it, don’t have the patriotic fervor to accomplish it, we will have to do it.
This can be done and it has to be done. The only choice is whether it is done orderly and efficiently or chaotically and dangerously.
It’s as simple as that.
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