Saturday, November 17, 2012

To Our Military: "Am I missing something, am I stupid, am I ignorant?"


Am I just being, speaking out as it is so well defined by the department of homeland security, nothing but a mouth breathing, provincial knuckle dragging, domestic white male terrorist?

Or am I correct in pointing out the truth, the truth that our military is absent from the idea of Liberty? Is it populated with cowards? Traitors by way of inaction even? What? I can not figure it out.

Every one who is in the military has taken a solemn vow, an oath that says in it, it is their duty to protect and defend the US Constitution, (and by consequence, we the people), from All Enemies, Foreign and Domestic.

The question is, what of that oath?

Lt. Colonel Terry Larkin, far as I can determine, is the only Military man who has taken the stand of Liberty, honored his oath to protect and defend The US Constitution from the blatant outright Tyranny that constitutes our representative government today.
That system of tyranny, kangaroo'd courted Lt. Col Larkin straight to a jail cell in a new york minute.
For the crime of not ignoring his oath.
Mmmmmm....

Is the truth something like this:

I have not heard of one fellow officer or enlisted man, within this brotherhood, defend the one guy who stood up and honored their oath, the oath that they all took.

Have any of you out there?

So it comes to reason.
It is reason that created the idea of a Constitutional Republic. It is men who chose reason to guide them in their dream of Liberty.
It is reason that leads me to this:

If everyone in uniform is afraid to defend their own within the ranks, out of principle, with virtue, for the cause of Liberty, is it too far a stretch of to suppose there is no help coming for American's from this quarter, fellow Americans who choose Liberty or Death over tyranny, Americans outside the military.
I mean if they can't stick up for their own, how are they going to stick up for their country?

Whats wrong with this picture?

Whats going on here guys?

What part of Defend and Protect The US Constitution from ALL Enemies Foreign and Domestic does anyone not understand?

Far as I can see, answer to this question of questions, the truth of this sorry reality, is the absence of that oath being honored, says everything.

Shame.
Eternal everlasting shame.

Tell me I am wrong, please.

We got a little boy drawing pictures of Chickens that are fed up. A little boy who understands the tyranny enveloping us. ( Civil War 2 - The Chickens Have Had Enough! )
We got a million deer hunters that by many accounts are useless, who don't stand a snowballs chance in hell of honoring their oath of being rule of law abiding America's, who via lawful means of redress codified in Constitutional law express their desire to right these injustices of tyranny. That their need to throw off the chains of despotism is fruitless, unless, they do what guys who took an oath tell them to do. Well maybe those wise military minds are correct, might be they are not, but one things certain, those deer hunters, and fed up chickens too, got one thing in spades over the vast majority of those in the military...

Care to hazard a guess what it is?

Why does a little boy understand what this is about and has the virtue to express his concerns, but an entire army, the greatest mightiest military force the history of the human race has known, essentially mum?

Do you hear Crickets?

Anybody?

Huh?

There is something incredibly wrong here.

Mind blowingly FUBAR
  
--Mt Top Patriot

6 comments:

  1. PBR in Mosby Country where I use to protect the walking ability of White Face and Angus using my 1898 Mauser on the pesky things.:) Wish I still had it. Although my father had many thousand's of acres, I could keep them down pretty well and then would look elsewhere. When I visited there last time after the 2009 March on DC, I went to see the two Green brothers of which one was the father of my girlfriend back then. I saw his brother first, who at 88, was still working all day in the fields. I said to him: "Mr. Green, I believe the last time I saw you I asked for permission to hunt ground hogs on your property." He replied, "Well, Brock you had it then and you still do now.":) Maybe 45 years ago.
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    If you wonder what "Lives, Fortunes, and Sacred Honor means, nobody has defined it better than my old AA buddy, Barefoot Bob did.

    http://www.barefootsworld.net/doi1776.html

    He pretty well explains why my generation isn't rushing to join the rebellion.

    "Have you ever wondered what happened to the fifty-six men who signed the Declaration of Independence?

    Five signers were captured by the British as traitors and tortured before they died. Twelve had their homes ransacked and burned. Two lost their sons in the Revolutionary War, another had two sons captured. Nine of the fifty-six fought and died from wounds or the hardships of the Revolutionary War."

    The North Carolina signers all died young, but not at British hands. Nonetheless, theirs is a proud history. Hewes, Penn, Hooper. Read about all three here.

    http://www.opinionbug.com/4977/north-carolinas-signers-of-the-declaration-of-independence—joseph-hewes/
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    I was aware of the 56 and thanks for the NC link as I'll post it. Died enfeebled at 49, goodness.

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  2. I dunno Brock. Either they are monumentally stupid, or supremely overconfidant. I believe they take for granted some things that just are not so. Time will tell I suppose, but I am not willing to throw the towel in just yet. Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it. I read a LOT of history....

    Jesse Bogan
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    I love history, in fact the last novel I read was in 1988 and that was Traveller, but it followed the War meticulously. To me, fiction is a poor substitute for the real thing.
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    I read a lot, in fact most of my spare time... such as it is.I mostly prefer 1st person stuff, but will read just about anything. It has dawned on me lately that I am now older than most general officers that led in combat. How in the heck did that happen??Are you looking for anything in particular? If I have it, I probably could pass it on.

    Jesse Bogan
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    How in the heck did that happen?

    Must be a conspiracy........:)

    Are you looking for anything in particular? If I have it, I probably could pass it on.

    Nothing that I can think of, off the top of my hat, but thanks. Lately, I seem to be reminiscing about Vietnam, mainly the VNCH, when I can get my mind off the Marxist in power, which isn't easy to do.

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  3. So how do we get an insurgency started? Who knows enough about UW to start the process of setting up safe houses, RAT lines, alternate means of communications to keep big brother from listening in, Operational Planning? Do we use the CARVER Matrix to develop the target list. What is the target list? Is there and endstate? Taking down the system will require something to fill the void. What do we do with the 50 million prisoners? Talking about revolution is one thing. Wondering why others aren't reacting according to the Oath they took is futile. They expect life to go on. They're paying the bills, sending the kids to college, and obviously don't see the problem from the same optic you do. So...Where do we begin?

    Anonymous
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    When our leaders take the oath to defend the Constitution and continually ignor it, what message does it send to the rest of us? Presidents never like the Constitution because it limits their power and protects us. Give me liberty or give me death! With all the petitions to seceed from the Union, the reason for such remain the same. Presidents should be made to honor the Constitution.

    Stainless Banners
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    You sound to me like the natural leader, but you'd have to drop the Anonimity shield. This ain't AA here.

    Horace Smith
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    Domestically, presidents should be ignored as much as possible. Deposed if they won't mind their business.

    Roger U
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    This ain't AA here.

    :) How many years, 25? You're amazing Horace, now where did I put my beer..........?:)
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    Even Bush: "It's just a GD piece of paper" or something similar. Don't think he would have fared well in a room of Patriots in either 1776 or 1861.
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    Domestically, presidents should be ignored as much as possible. Deposed if they won't mind their business.

    Classic.:)
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    The things you learn if you live long enough. Was it taught in your schools that the Declaration read "the thirteen united States of America?" Notice the case usage. It was about the States, not the union with a capital U.

    http://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?flash=true&doc=2

    "On July 19th, Congress ordered that the Declaration be engrossed on parchment with a new title, "the unanimous declaration of the thirteen united states of America," and "that the same, when engrossed, be signed by every member of Congress." Engrossing is the process of copying an official document in a large hand. The engrosser of the Declaration was probably Timothy Matlock, an assistant to Charles Thomson, secretary to the Congress."

    I think I'll "engross" my own copy of the Declaration. It's still about as free a country as it was when they wrote it. Write it large and give it away, I say. And, if you can handle it, drink a Sam Adams ale for me while you write. Heck, come to Colorado and I'll buy you a Sam Adams or a Coors (Free North Carolina readers only.)

    Horace Smith
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    Thirty two, but I celebrated the first four with a few Coors, so I don't claim but 28. When we murdered innocent Virginia groundhogs with 243s and 257s back in the sixties we drank only an ale when we got back to the car. I can't remember its name now.

    Horace Smith
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    It's still about as free a country as it was when they wrote it.

    Excellent point. I guess to be patriotic I'll take a Sam Adams and I'll have an O'Doul's waiting for you next May.:)

    November 16, 2012
    Fishing is spectacular all over coastal eastern North Carolina
    http://dailysoutherner.com/tightlines/x2139893945/Fishing-is-spectacular-all-over-coastal-eastern-North-Carolina

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  4. American Mercenary has a post on this subject with a good discussion in the comments, especially the one from Mt.Top Patriot.

    http://randomthoughtsandguns.blogspot.com/2012/11/protect-and-defend-constitution.html

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    1. Thanks. The first thing that popped out at me was "The Constitution denies any State the privilege of secession" which is absolutely incorrect, as it is nowhere in the Constitution.

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  5. "On July 19th, Congress ordered that the Declaration be engrossed on parchment with a new title, "the unanimous declaration of the thirteen united states of America," and "that the same, when engrossed, be signed by every member of Congress." Engrossing is the process of copying an official document in a large hand. The engrosser of the Declaration was probably Timothy Matlock, an assistant to Charles Thomson, secretary to the Congress."
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