Like the venal tyrant who ravaged America in 1776, the riotous burners, looters and mobs of Democrats and other liberofascists offer America only two alternatives: absolute submission or utter destruction.
hat is the phrase New Jersey’s first elected governor William Livingston used in describing to the state's General Assembly that system "concerted for our Ruin." Recounting how long it "had been insidiously pursued, and was at Length attempted to be enforced by the Violence of War," he observed that Americans' allegiance to such system was clearly against reason and conscience.
A system of despotism, whether imposed in 1776 or 2020, means "not only… the Denial of Protection, but the hostile Assaults on our Persons and Properties." Of course, this sounds all too familiar to anyone paying attention to liberofascists' extreme acts of lawlessness and violence. Defunding, dismantling and "reimagining" America's law enforcement and unlawfully blocking Americans' freedom of travel, detaining, beating and shooting Americans so blocked, destroying America's statues and monuments, stomping on Americans, burning down Americans' businesses, threatening American homeowners and terrorizing American journalists are their tactics. Reducing America to a pile of rubble is their strategy. Ruling atop of it is their nihilist plan.
When Demofascists and other Marxist-trained totalitarians do not get the submission they demand, and are desperate to get it at all costs and by any means necessary, they must resort to the "Violence of War." To destruction, dependency and despair.
We the People, the unmastered builders of humanity's Independent Spirit, must stop them.
Labels: anti-America liberals (BIRM), coup d'état, good versus evil, Liberalism Kills, liberalism: THE ideology of hate, liberals are always extreme, liberofascists, violent Democrats (BIRM)
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