Enemies of Liberty are ruthless. To own your Liberty, you'd better come harder than your enemies..

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Good for the Goose is good for the Gander...

I remain firmly convinced that Americans can, and will, dig deep in the face of tyranny and prevail. The herd will be culled, but at the end of the day, Liberty will stand.

Our plan to build a community together is a defensive measure, a means of remaining as safe as possible while combining all of our resources to stand thousands strong. Our resources go far beyond merely watching one anothers backs. I promise you we have a serious brain-trust headed to Idaho. We also have a strong concentration of American FU-programmed DNA headed to blue skies.

One of my Uncle's early lessons as he handed me a pistol to shoot was a simple caution not to put too much faith in a firearm. His wisdom: They didn't build just one and then quit.

His point: The other guy may have one too. He may know what you know. He may even know more, and be meaner.

Bad People can build guns, and so can Good People. Bad People can build safe No-Go zones, so can we. Bad People know where we live? That's a two-way street.

Deacon Matson linked to a good article about how to fortify your home if you choose, here. It is not a matter of being undefeatable, it is a matter of raising the cost of an attack to a level the enemy is unwilling to pay. He also supports my larger point with this post, where he briefly discusses a Drone Manufacturing company he is helping to launch - drones for FreeFor.

They didn't make one and then quit...



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