T.L. Davis has hit another nail squarely on the head!!!!!

There Is No Way Voting Our Way Out Of This.

Like Lieutenant General Flynn said... “Only the Governors of each State can stop this by asserting State's Rights." But since that has been blown full of holes so many times before…

…keep your weapons cleaned and lubed, magazines full, store water, store food, medicines and learn to supplement what goes down your pie hole with wild edibles and organize with friends and neighbors.

Jack Lawson

Member, Sully H. deFontaine Special Forces Association Chapter 51, Las Vegas, Nevada

Author of the “Civil Defense Manual,” “The Slaver’s Wheel,” “A Failure of Civility,” “And We Hide From The Devil” and “In Defense.”

“When the lies become commonplace, people believe them as fact… and when that “fact” is what is printed and known by most people it becomes “The Legend” …the real truth is gone forever… and what is left is ONLY “The Legend.” Such is the case of Ernesto "Che" Guevara, whose capabilities and record were a total fabrication and who was a failure as a soldier and leader.” Not my words… these words are from the guy in my SF Chapter who helped hunt Guevara down and kill this evil human being in Bolivia. Author Jack Lawson

From Jack Lawson… an American in 1RLI Support Commando and attached to Rhodesian “C Squadron” SAS Africa 1976-79

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Back in 1775, it was largely an urban vs rural conflict, and that hasn't changed, see https://images.fastcompany.net/image/upload/w_1280,f_jpg,q_auto,fl_lossy/wp-cms/uploads/2020/11/p-1-try-to-impeach-this-original.gif What has changed is that the blue areas are largely dependent on electricity and fossil fuels from the red areas. It doesn't take much to take out substations or railway tracks, Russian anarchists have been doing that with regularity - and no explosives - over the past year or so - and they haven't fired a shot at any police or troops or people. The infrastructure on which the government(s) depend to project force is incredibly fragile - and interconnected. Think logistics, not maneuver warfare. If you have a militarized police force, all of those impressive looking pieces of military hardware won't get far if they don't have gas. And fancy computer networks need constant-on electricity - and clean electricity without spikes or surges, at that. And cities are the most fragile of all - compared to rural areas. Forget about the scary black guns, a deer hunting rifle with a good scope could do a lot more damage if used intelligently. And you might be a lot better off without a huge magazine... think of a countryside of snipers, that's what a lot of Afghanistan wound up being.

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Jun 6Liked by T.L. Davis

Yes, T.L.Davis is right on the $, or hitting the nail on the head regarding voting

and otherwise. Leaving the country is not an option for the common man. The

entire world is being jacked so where does one even consider going?

Vigilantism is suicide, as is engaging a state with kinetic actions. Okay, #4.

Acceptance of the agenda, et al, will likely be the outcome. Imagine a given state

initiating a succession bid...and realize the Fed. .gov is intertwined with state government

to the max. All subsidized (by Fed gov.) programs will be gone, and said state will be

duly punished. All welfare programs will go poof, along with SS and medicare, fed contracts

for jobs opportunities. That would be option #5. Back to #4...people in cities will have no means to be

prepped or self sustainable. Rural dwellers can buy some time, at least until eons of

immigrants are given carte blanche to move in and take over, as one example.

The Amish will just be conquered and treated like any group of "resisters". Their land can

be confiscated and good luck living on the side of the country road in a tent. Our country

is gone and invaders have made it through the gate. For now anyway, they are pampered

and treated like vaunted guests, well above what any citizen can expect. They are the shadow

soldiers of tomorrow land. The only path is one of do not comply and become shadow

Amish-like. It means: no internet, and certainly no cell phone connectivity. It means also

disengaging from institutions as much as possible, certainly from public school systems.

It means disengaging from farm subsidies and other kinds of tax incentives. It will mean

giving up on selling meat or produce in the market place/a bitter pill to swallow. It will mean

barter, exchange of services and products without much $ changing hands. Subsistence

farming is darn near impossible to accomplish, as is living off the grid. It can be done tho.

Hell on earth is here to stay and grow, especially when a new plague is introduced.

Meanwhile, follow a Lawson plan, (love that guy) and keep away from the fray as best you can,

and support trusted neighbors whenever you can.

Last, I read Matt Bracken's trilogy of novels back when they were first published. He is a

prescient guy, no? I am going to give a link to his conflict cube that may serve as a guide:


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Jun 6Liked by T.L. Davis

T.L. -

Yet another timely topical piece. Bravo, Sir!

My truck rear window sports, in no particular order, the following:

ARFCOM symbol (Business end of Stoner BCG)

Ted Nugent for President 2024

Socialism Sucks!


LTC Allen West for Governor - For TEXAS!

God Bless Our Troops - Especially Our Snipers!

And I believe in every one of them (well, Ted may not be an active candidate yet....)

Bold perp's demand bold action. We are in those times.

Where will all the "New 'Murcans" seceed to? Back across the river?

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Personally, I believe our nation should go from the Great Lakes down to the Gulf of Mexico. Let the commies have the coasts, they're hopeless anyway. Too many people think small, talking about 'red states', but those will ever be vulnerable, we need a significant land area, not isolated pockets.

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Jun 6Liked by T.L. Davis

I believe talk about states succeeding from the US again is more wishful thinking than any possible reality or happening. Didn't work last time, and then most citizens of the Southern states supported it. My state is 90% red. But, the heavy population centers are all livid blue and the legislature is purple. I concur with both T.L. and Susanna that most will choose #4 to various degrees. I will choose #4 and a smidgeon of #6 since I'm more valuable to my family alive than dead. (I hope it remains as such). But I won't be docile in accepting all those options listed beneath #4 T.L. has listed. I see a lot of work-a-rounds and plan ole noncompliance there.

So, what is it that I, an individual, should do? Well, I already know it will get a lot worse... a whole lot worse. I just don't know what form or forms the "whole lot worse" will present itself as. Lots of choices. Can't prepare for everything. But I know my family will require protection, shelter, clean water, and food, and in that order. Simple, really. I can help do those things, and do.

I pray that Jesus will give me wisdom and foresight in my decision-making and leads me down the path I should go, even if it isn't what I might choose to do at the time. I have a cherry tree. I've been watching those cherries ripen for weeks. This morning I found several squirrels in MY tree helping themselves. First thought... grab the .22 and shoot those damn squirrels! Then something flashed, WAIT, and I thought... that cherry cobbler would be delicious but they will only be around for a very short time. But those squirrels will be there, all fat and well fed, for when you may need them during hard times and they will provide much better substance. OK, sounds a bit silly, but I think it means that we should use foresight in decisions and not jump too quickly at what may seem right at the moment. Anyway, thats my story and I'm sticking to it! God Bless

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Perhaps the word we need to embrace is not secession but independence. Our founding fathers did not wish to secede from England, their desire was to be independent and free from the yokes of a tyrannical government bent toward suppressing the people to its will.

We must be a people again who seek to throw off the chains our government has wrapped around us, to dissolve the political bands which have connected us.

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Jun 9Liked by T.L. Davis

See Texas Nationalist Movement at Tnm.me. Approaching 500,000 supporters, advocates peaceful, legal return to Texas Independence. Divorce is better than war.

“Texas will again lift it’s head and stand among nations” - Sam Houston

Read “Texit” by Dan Miller, available from TNM.me or Amazon. Highly recommended.

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