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Tyrants Don’t Respond to Peaceful Protests: “The American Spring” & Why I Can’t Support It

by Dean Garrison, Freedom Outpost:

This is one of those times when I feel that something needs to be said. It might anger some people but it wouldn’t be the first time. I seem to have that effect on people.

First and foremost I want you to understand that I have nothing but respect for those who are planning these protests. Though I may disagree with the strategy, that does not mean that I don’t love to see people trying to rise up to do what they feel is right, but… Unfortunately that’s as far as it goes for me. I can’t keep quiet and allow everyone to go forward without at least speaking my mind. Fair enough? You don’t have to agree with me and don’t even have to read further. But for those that do want to hear my opinion, I think many will relate to it. It is all based on common sense. Before I continue, I want to give you the game plan for “The American Spring” which is set to happen on May 16th:

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3 comments to Tyrants Don’t Respond to Peaceful Protests: “The American Spring” & Why I Can’t Support It

  • Buzz

    “Let them protest all they want … as long as they pay their taxes”
    General Alexander Haig

    I think Dean Garrisson is spot on with his analysis. On the other hand, to set in motion a revolution to overthrow the criminals in government is not the best idea either. The government machine is well armed and well trained. To confront them violently is to try to beat them at their own game. I don’t think that will work.

    The solution is probably to actively disengage in the current system, and to start local self sufficient communities that take care of each other. This is the solution that people like Catherine Austin Fitts, Max Igan and Wayne Walton have proposed.

    These local communities can grow to take care of the people’s basic needs, including a local monetary system, local food production, local security (in cooperation with local law enforcement) and basic health care needs.

    It is time to put the crony capitalist system out of business, which means to stop supporting the large corperation that rule our world, specifically especially the too big to fail banks.

    I am a big supporter of the SGT report website and the articles that appear on this site have certainly helped to raise my awareness of the issues, thank you very much for that Sean!


    • Ed_B

      Excellent post, Buzz, and I agree. Yes, we all need to arrange for our own self defense. This is likely to be against local criminals who seek to take what we have when times get hard. The government is geared up to fight large organized groups, such as armies, but they do not handle well individuals and small groups that are mobile and that use sabotage, sniping, booby traps, and other guerrilla tactics. Direct military confrontation is not a winning strategy. Sapping their strength, capturing or destroying their supplies, picking off their leaders, etc. is a winning strategy. There are FAR more of us than them. We can and will outlast them. But it will be bloody and it will take time. This is no easy row to hoe. Endurance is the name of this game and they who win will be they who have the most of it.

    • jonathan

      You got it Buzz local community involvement is the key to Liberation. Metaphorically it’s like building militias all over the world against the Bankster Mafia.

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