Lew Rockwell.com By Gary D. Barnett Thurs., April 16, 2020
What has happened to this country is nothing short of a travesty. A fake virus pandemic long planned by the evil among us has brought this country to its knees. And the people who act so proud have done nothing but whine and complain, and beg for protection.
What if a real threat was evident? All that seems left of this country is shame.
Any that refuse to speak out, to go to work, to help their neighbors, to protect their families from poverty, to take charge of a government gone mad, and to eliminate a tyranny that has become unconscionable, should be ashamed of themselves, and should in the future keep silent and say no more unless they stand up to this coronavirus monster purposely created by their rulers.
Sadly, I do not expect much courage or intelligent thought from the people in this country, as they have forgotten that freedom is not free, it must be protected at all costs. I do not mean war or aggression, as that steals freedom and has never protected it.
It is time to shun the government, the military, the mainstream media, and all agents of force in this country. Mass dissent is necessary in order to reverse this horrendous governing oligarchy, and to eliminate any orders from the state apparatus. Where are all the brave men who talk a good game, but when it comes time to resist, they run and hide?
Refuse to close your businesses and go back to work. Refuse to take orders. Refuse to be banned from travel. Refuse to abide by any “social distancing” nonsense. Refuse to self-isolate, and force the state to play its hand.
Refuse to vaccinate, and help destroy those like the evil Bill Gates and his pawns at the CDC. Refuse to listen to any impotent governor that only seeks more power and notoriety. Refuse to accept a king, for mass disobedience will destroy the beast that is tyranny.
“If you think of yourselves as helpless and ineffectual, it is certain that you will create a despotic government to be your master. The wise despot, therefore, maintains among his subjects a popular sense that they are helpless and ineffectual.” (Frank Herbert 2017)