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Monday, March 10, 2014

No Plans?


Every once in a while gripes arise about "factions" in the Liberty Movement, versus a unified, single voice.  Some people also complain that we have no actionable plans, because of the factions.

Here's what I see:  The Grand Unified Plan is to recover Rightful Liberty.  This is a goal that almost everyone holds in the Liberty Movement, and many of us have agreed to it.

How we reach that goal differs from Tribe to Tribe, Militia to Militia, Man to Man - 'faction to faction'.

Many plans are never discussed online.  Some are.

The Plan I have put forward is the One Week Plan, which simply stated is: When it is time, all Patriots go into their AOs, find something Evil, and make that Evil thing irrelevant to the future.  I liken my One Week Plan to a swarm of hornets that is released all over the country at the same time, headed for that Grand Unified Plan - Rightful Liberty.  My plan does not include me going to CT if things get sporty up there.

TL has put forward a Plan to go to Connecticut when and if his personal tripwire is breached.  If circumstances in CT change, he will probably modify his plans as prudent.

Concerned American hosts WRSA, and many people share their plans often at his blog.

I know of multiple militia units that have plans based on whatever fact-set and circumstances present.

Secession is a Plan, and many subscribe to it.

Voting is a plan, and the vast majority of Americans subscribe to it.

Whether you think X Plan or Y Plan is stupid isn't the point - you are a freeman and you get to choose how you will pursue your own Liberty.

The point is that the Liberty Movement does, indeed, have plans.  I personally believe that our diversity of plans is also a strength.  When Patriots decide to go to work, Bad People will not be able to use a one-size-fits-all response, because the guys in the Pennsylvania hills will be coming with X, and the guys in NC will come with Y, and so on.

One thing the Liberty Movement has proved, time and again, is that we will not, ever, muster in significant numbers at a specific point and apply a Plan that has been agreed upon by all involved - certainly not before some major tripwire is tripped.

Many miles separate most of us.  The pursuit of Liberty unifies us.

Make your own plan or sign on to a plan you've seen and can support.

We do not ever need to lie - we are on the proper side of morality.  We do not ever need to commit malum in se crimes, because we can restore Liberty under the Natural Law of Self Defense and through legitimate redress using Justice.

Kerodin
III

4 comments:

  1. Very good analysis. To clarify, my personal tripwire is the first instance of forcible confiscation, because I believe I have a dog in the fight at that point, in that I cannot allow this confiscation to take place, not there, not here, not anywhere in America. I would prefer it to be in a Western state, but most of those do not consider such tactics and would be met at about a hundred yards before they got to the house. When I say "met" I mean by a small piece of lead.

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  2. I'm kinda in TL's camp. We talk about shit all the time but we just never seem to get around to it. There is always an excuse, another point of view, or some other esoteric discussion.

    Actions speak louder than words.

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  3. "Every once in a while gripes arise about "factions" in the Liberty Movement, versus a unified, single voice. Some people also complain that we have no actionable plans, because of the factions."

    With or without Sam, the factions would have arisen. Yes, I have in the past criticized and attacked Sam for being the specific agent, but I was wrong about that. He just happened to be the 'firstest with the loudest'. Had he not come by, there would still be factions, just different ones established at different times than what we know today. And even if this had been done amicably, about the only major difference would be that one could cite He Who Must Not Be Named on this blog without p*ssing off Our Host.

    "The point is that the Liberty Movement does, indeed, have plans. I personally believe that our diversity of plans is also a strength. When Patriots decide to go to work, Bad People will not be able to use a one-size-fits-all response, because the guys in the Pennsylvania hills will be coming with X, and the guys in NC will come with Y, and so on."

    Exactly. And in so doing, we will take back the term "diversity" from the Alinskyites and beat them with it.

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  4. Absolutely there is merit in marching toward the sound of the gunfire. It is brave and noble. Every person must decide when and where he can make the most difference, because the Evil is in every nook and cranny of the nation. If CT is his hill, Godspeed and good hunting.

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