We hear much talk today about dissenters against the U.S. government being labeled "domestic terrorists." That's just another way of saying "rebels." But for the U.S. government to call dissenters by these names is to turn reality upside down. What do I mean, you may ask?
According to the Law of Pre-emptory Accusation, whatever traits the accuser attributes to the accused, you can be sure fits the former and not the latter. Simply put, if the accuser calls you a liar, he is really the liar. If he calls you a hater, he is the real hater. And so forth . . . (reminds me of the Southern Poverty Law Center, one of DC's watchdogs).
My contention here is simple: the U.S. government, since it quit abiding by the Constitution, has been in rebellion against us, the people. If some action is unconstitutional it is, by its very nature, unlawful. And what is unlawful is, ipso facto, criminal. Hence my reason for calling the U.S. government an Organized Criminal Enterprise, Gangster Government, etc., every chance I get.
We, as dissenters against criminal government, are not domestic terrorists or rebels striving unlawfully to bring down a legitimate government; instead, we are true patriots seeking to rein in an overbearing and rebellious government that threatens our lives, liberty, and prosperity. There are several ways of protecting ourselves. For over fifteen years now, the League of the South’s preferred method is secession by the States. It is a time-honored and Constitutional remedy (no matter how loudly the Establishment may deny it). We would be foolish to discard it as an historical anachronism.
We have a perfectly legal and moral means of protecting ourselves. Thus, we have the moral high ground, regardless of what the U.S. government or its lap-dog media and watchdog groups might say.
Live well . . .