John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

“If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.”—George Washington

What the police state wants is a silent, compliant, oblivious citizenry.

What the First Amendment affirms is an engaged citizenry that speaks truth to power using whatever peaceful means are available to us.

Speaking one’s truth doesn’t have to be the same for each person, and that truth doesn’t have to be palatable or pleasant or even factual.

We can be loud.

We can be obnoxious.

We can be politically incorrect.

We can be conspiratorial or mean or offensive.

We can be all these things because the First Amendment takes a broad, classically liberal approach to the free speech rights of the citizenry: in a nutshell, the government may not encroach or limit the citizenry’s right to freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly and protest.

This is why the…

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“There is much discussion and debate about who fired first, however, there is ample evidence that it was the ATF when they went to shoot the Davidians’ dogs in their kennels on the way to surrounding the compound. What’s more, the ATF showed up in a cattle trailer protected by a tarp, wearing no body armor. They were not dressed for an armed confrontation with apocalyptic religious extremists.

A ceasefire was negotiated by local authorities. The sheriff claims that the ATF only withdrew once they were out of ammunition. What this means is that if the Branch Davidians were the dangerous extremists they were portrayed as, they could have easily shot down every ATF agent either then or when they went out to recover their dead. They did not; the Davidians honored the ceasefire.”

“Solzhenitsyn’s choice, therefore, is a decision that must be made ahead of time. How will you react when you are arrested for badthink? Will you run? Will you fight? Will you comply? Even understanding your own reluctance to resist ahead of time is better than regretting bewilderment and inaction later. If you do believe that you will resist, it is better to determine your feelings and commitment now. The consequences of resistance will be damn ugly. “

“What is the point in living in this world where there is no freedom, there is only control, poverty, starvation and death? What is it that is so appealing about that existence that it’s not worth risking one’s life to resist it? I don’t get it. I don’t understand. This is THE point at which we all rebel, that we turn our backs on our elected officials, when we ridicule them for their stupidity, their outright ignorance or complete evil. This is THE point that cannot be passed without recognizing that individual rights and sovereignty have been abandoned.

I will not do it and I know I will be the only one, but I will accept no payment for labor that is not tied to either the cash dollar, or a currency backed by some form of commodity. I will NOT accept any digital currency for my labor. I will not accept some form of payment, of compensation, that is tied to my own imprisonment.

That’s it, it’s that simple. If enough, even a quarter of the workers, recognize that they are being suckered into imprisoning themselves by taking the CBDC and they rebel, refuse to accept it, you get past that initial response, that initial repudiation and the powers that be seek to find another way; they look to accommodate you and those like you. But if you give in this one time, right here, you are done. You will never exert the power of the individual again, not as a union, not as a political party, not as a professional. You will condemn yourself to a slave from that moment on.”

Updated information on Mass Public Shootings

Posted: April 8, 2023 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

The aristocracy of victimhood – by Auron MacIntyre

Posted: April 5, 2023 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

“In America, trans activists can storm state capitol buildings and BLM protesters can riot for weeks on end while January 6 protesters rot in jail. In Canada, transgenderists can punch their opponents in the face without penalty while police chuckle in approval. In the United Kingdom, those praying silently outside abortion clinics are arrested while Muslim grooming gangs prey on women with little to no fear of reprisal. These nations all share a tradition of Western liberal democratic government and also seem to have simultaneously developed a social class with special privileges and the ability ignore the rule of law as long as they are punishing the political opponents of the ruling elite.”

“I’ve worked very hard to drive home the understanding that Hollywood is defunct, morally and intellectually bankrupt. They don’t serve their audience, but seek, like everything from corporations to schools, to brainwash and coerce the American public. We don’t need Hollywood and at one time I was largely alone in that opinion, but now many have seen the light and understand the situation. Still many don’t understand the link between movies and reality, how making movies outside the Hollywood system, about Middle America for Middle America; free to embrace the religious nature of the region; free to celebrate the working family, farmers and store owners rather than ridiculing them; recognizing their experiences, we can shine a light on the plight of the American family during a time when the politics are against them, in opposition to them, because they seem to be (gasp) conservative.”

“What makes a woke theory “Critical?”
Understanding what the woke mean when they use the term “critical,” and how that differs from the enlightenment liberal notion of “critical thinking.”

If there was a single word that summed up the thinking at the heart of Critical Social Justice (AKA wokeness) it is the word ‘critical.’ In the academic world Critical Social Justice Theorists have come up with a great number of theories which they call critical: Critical Pedagogy, Critical Race Theory, Critical Queer Theory, Critical Race Pedagogy, Critical Dietetics, Critical Legal Studies, and so on. All of these are “Critical Theories,” and all of these are explicitly concerned with what is commonly called wokeness, or, in the words of Özlem Sensoy and Robin DiAngelo, Critical Social Justice1 (there’s that word ‘critical’ again).

At this point we ought to ask what is to be made of all this criticism, and why is there such an emphasis on being critical? Why is it that the term “critical” takes such a central place Social Justice oriented literature, and what is going on when Critical Social Justice (AKA woke) oriented academics say they are being “critical?”

John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

This country has been having a nationwide nervous breakdown since 9/11.A nation of people suddenly broke, the market economy goes to shit, and they’re threatened on every side by an unknown, sinister enemy. But I don’t think fear is a very effective way of dealing with things—of responding to reality. Fear is just another word for ignorance.”—Hunter S. Thompson, gonzo journalist

We have become guinea pigs in a ruthlessly calculated, carefully orchestrated, chillingly cold-blooded experiment in how to control a population and advance a political agenda without much opposition from the citizenry.

This is mind-control in its most sinister form.

With alarming regularity, the nation is being subjected to a spate of violence that terrorizes the public, destabilizes the country, and gives the government greater justifications to crack down, lock down, and institute even more authoritarian policies for the so-called sake of national security without many objections from…

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