Trump's Arrest & the Second American Revolution
In the minds of many patriots, conservatives, libertarians, and even some relatively mainstream republicans our nation is careening out of control towards a socialist/communist nightmare. I count myself amongst this group of people and find myself ever more concerned that the complete disregard for the principles our nation was founded on is leading to massive levels of political unrest at a time when America’s enemies are stronger and more emboldened than ever. This demonstrative lack of respect for our Constitutional principles is becoming ever more apparent and has now led to the political imprisonment of J6 protesters for 2 years and now, the reported upcoming arrest of a former President that is running for office again. To nearly anyone paying attention - though that is regrettably few - this latest assault on the most fundamental principles of justice in this nation will simply be a bridge to far and, I predict, will lead to another level of upheaval in a nation already besieged by enemies foreign and domestic.
Given the apparent risk of repeating the past I want to discuss a bit of history. There was no singular cause for the American Revolution, rather, it was a confluence of events that pushed enough of the colonists beyond their willingness to tolerate the ruling class dictates. By no means do I intend to get into everything in this article, but I want to draw some parallels. Rather, I mean this as food for thought for the current nobility class and those that think we can continue this way.
The first thing to understand about the revolution is the mindset of the colonists. They or their ancestors had risked everything to come to the new lands to live their lives. Many had left to escape religious persecution or overbearing governments/monarchs. Upon arriving many faced unthinkable difficulties in trying to settle a completely new land while nearly totally cut off from the resources of the “civilized world.” These brave pioneers had to make their shelter (without modern tools), grow and hunt for their food, deal with disease, create enough law and order to function, and simply find ways to survive. These individuals were tough and there were no safe spaces to hide so they could cry their fears away. They did what was necessary or died, or worse, had to watch their families die.
These individuals recognized that law and order were necessary because without it they could not rely on each other and would thus not survive. That said, they also pushed through all of these issues so they could live their lives without persecution.
While much of that spirit and toughness has been lost, it does still live in many Americans. In only the past hundred or so years we saw generations stand and fight against racial inequality, suffrage, and many other assaults on freedom. Americans are still very strongly of the belief that we should all be able to live our lives freely with minimal interference from outside interference. While it may seem counter-intuitive to those of us that are conservative, libertarian, or generally patriotic, the left does not disagree with this but, rather, are generally misled into advocating for positions that they would fundamentally disagree with if they understood.
Let me explain. The movement for gay rights has been pushed by people with agendas but has been championed by people screaming “stay out of my bedroom.” The important point that we should not overlook here is that these advocates are pushing for freedom… they are telling the government to stay out of the daily lives of people. The freedom to live your life without governmental interference is foundational to our country and we can all come together on it. Where the right and left break down on the issue of gay rights is not whether people should be allowed to live their lives as they choose (they obviously should or we are not a free country), rather the breakdown occurs because the agenda driven left then pushes beyond the freedom to live your life and into forcing those with religious beliefs that disagree with gay rights to condone the lifestyle. This means that the people that are rightly advocating for people to live their lives as they choose are then being misled into pushing for some people to live their lives as they choose, and others being forced to give up their freedoms to believe as they choose. Freedom either exists for all or none.
This is similar to the overreach of the British government prior to the revolution. The American colonies had to have local government to set and enforce local law and provide for courts to deal with disputes (they were quite different than what we have today). Colonists found ways to deal with issues that reflected the ideals they had embraced and were living their lives. As the colonists became more entrenched and felt more comfortable with their newfound “rights” they became far less tolerant of interference from a disconnected group of unelected officials interfering with these rights. Feel free to draw a parallel between the nobility class in Washington telling us that we have to lockdown, wear masks, and take experimental gene therapy injections that kill more than they save. People now, as then, just want to live their life without interference.
In terms of the events leading up to the revolution, there are other substantial parallels to the things we are seeing today. The French and Indian War was expensive, and the British economy was struggling at the time. This was cutting into the good life of the ruling class and was unacceptable to them, so they began raising taxes and restricting trade in the colonies to make their own lives easier (yes this is an oversimplification of what happened). The Sugar Act and Currency Act created issues with trade and prevented colonists from printing their own money. Together these, plus other tyrannical laws, led to the Boston Tea Party.
In terms of today, these two acts had the effect of limiting the colonist’s ability to participate in commerce while also making them more reliant on the broken British economy. You may notice the parallels between the idea of international vaccine passports and Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs). Vax passports are being pushed by the WHO and supported by Biden. Many forms of trade and commerce will become unavailable to those that have not allowed the government to alter their DNA with these gene therapy injections. To enforce this “great reset” of our rights, the government will eliminate any private currency in favor of CBDC so they can control what you spend your money on and penalize you if you speak or act against the crown. These two items together are FAR FAR more impactful than the Sugar Act and Currency Act but our global nobility class and the rulers in DC are pushing for them regardless.
Needless to say, all these things infuriated the colonists, but the British did far more, as tyrants always do. To ensure the colonists were kept in their place, the British also enforced “Writs of Assistance”. The Writs of Assistance allowed the British soldiers (acting in their capacity as our current FBI) to search and seize any property the decided was illegal - smuggled, stolen, etc. This meant the soldiers could essentially decide they wanted to search a home (say Mar-a-Lago), go in and raid it (like Melania’s underwear drawer), and take whatever they wanted (Donald Trump’s papers?). Frequently, these tactics were corrupt and used to control the public rather than legitimate acts of police power.
The situation was made far worse by the corruption of the justice system at the time. The Boston Massacre occurred after substantial posturing by the British. The Brits had sent warships and soldiers to Boston Harbor because of the political turmoil and protests that had resulted from the ruling class’s tyrannical dictates. As tensions escalated violence broke out and people were killed. Ironically, John Adams defended the British soldiers in court for their role in this and was successful in his case. Despite this, the British decided that they needed more control over the justice system then created a rule that British officers accused of crimes in the colonies would be sent to Britain for trail. This meant there would almost certainly be no witnesses and the trial would be a joke. That situation allowed officers to essentially act with impunity in the colonies as there was no legitimate court system.
If this seems all too familiar that is because we are living through similar nonsense. The Boston Massacre occurred because violence broke out after the people felt unheard. The people gathered and small things escalated to larger things and then everything got out of hand. On Jan 6 people gathered after the courts refused to hear ANY evidence on election cases. While I cannot argue that some of the cases filed were poor, the fact that the Supreme Court of the United States refused to even hear evidence when a case was filed and supported by multiple states led to people doing exactly the same thing - gather to ensure their voice was heard.
Where January 6th seems to differ is that we are now finding that it is highly likely that the protestors of J6 were completely nonviolent until FBI and other governmental actors provoked them. The firing of tear gas, the violent attacks, the lies, the cover-ups, etc. all pushed an already outraged crowd into action. This intentional act, that started when the SCOTUS refused to fulfill its role, then lead to political imprisonment. Despite being entrapped and [arguably] constitutionally unable to be charged in many instances, we see political prisoners rotting in jail for over two years for questioning the throne. Further, the courts hearing their cases have, in my opinion acted so illegally and unethically that they have made the entire situation worse.
To add additional fuel to this already burning hot fire the courts have continued their corruption in Arizona. Despite the legislature clearly overturning common law after the corrupt 2020 election the Arizona courts have continued to rely on standards from the 1920s to allow Katie Hobbs to steal an election. An election she abused her power to oversee while she competed in it, abused her power to have her opponent censored in, and abused her power to threaten officials to certify her “win” of face criminal prosecution. Further, we now have the courts going after any lawyer that has the courage to question the legitimacy of an election. Is it any wonder Americans are losing faith in the courts?
As if all of this is not enough, we are now escalating ourselves even closer to outright tyranny and the complete loss of faith in our justice system. It is being reported that this week President Donald Trump will be arrested for some nonsense charges out of New York put forth by an activist DA who is far more interested in politics than justice. This while we have Hunter Biden committing every crime on the planet (including possibly making money off of the creation of SARS-COV-2 - see my SubStack here) and the “big guy” getting his 10%. We have Pelosi covering up the criminal incident with her husband and seeming to coordinate with the Capital Police to allow J6. Let’s not overlook ED-Leader China-Mitch McConnell and his payoffs through his wife and from Pfizer (that may or may not be legal). And what about the corruption from the FTX scandal that many congresspeople made money off of?
I don’t know where all this is going but I do know it is not good. I also know that I do not want to see an armed and violent revolution - especially with America in a weakened state. That said, I WILL NOT stand by while our children’s future is stolen and so will do EVERYTHING in my power to peacefully protect our freedom. It has been said that substantially less than 50% of the colonists supported the Revolution but that small group won against the most powerful empire in the world. If enough of us stand peacefully but immovably we can still save our country and freedom around the world but we MUST take action now.
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