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Thursday, April 16, 2009


From ¡Ya Basta!:


...There is a straight line between the maroon colonies, the Continental Army, Geronimo, Dorothy Day, the Black Panthers, the Young Lords, punk rock, Waco, Ed and Elaine Brown, and the Oath Keepers. On the other side of this conflict, a mantle has been shared by monarchs, Federalists, robber barons, bankers, Bull Connor, eugenicists, and globalists.

This conflict is between those who believe they have the right to liberty and those who believe they have a right to rule. As George Orwell wrote, “The distinction that really matters is … between having and not having the appetite for power.” More recently, Kevin Barrett has written, “[t]he only conspiracy that matters is the conspiracy of the psychopaths against the rest of us...”


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Blogger Sean said...

I have no, and wish no, connections w/Dorothy Day, or the Black Panthers, ardent supporters and promoters of socialism. Ed and Elaine Brown wanted to live free of taxes from an unjust govt. I believe the idea is right, but getting thrown in jail is not that smart a move if you want to be around to actually do something about it. Punk rockers will always be associated with the Sex Pistols, and it's infamous lead "singer" Sid Vicious, who died of a heroin overdose. Straight line? Not so much. I'm not exactly a paragon of virtue, but I know what virtue is, and I don't reject it. I thought the whole point of rejecting this govt. and it's lackeys was to reject socialism, communism, facism. Duh.

April 16, 2009 at 1:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anybody who identifies with the Black Panthers is no friend of mine. Anybody who decries all bankers as thieves is no friend of civilization.

April 17, 2009 at 12:54 PM  
Blogger Concerned American said...


There are lessons to belearned from each of the groups listed (e.g., organization, messaging, etc.) -- and those lessons can be received without betrayal of freedom's overall cause.

April 18, 2009 at 2:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sid Vicious was the replacement bassist of the Sex Pistols, not the lead singer. And they represent the punk movement about as much as Oprah represents common sense. Are you REALLY going to make the leap to say that punk rockers will 'always be associated' with them? Learn your history. The punk movement has a lot to teach us threepers.

April 20, 2009 at 12:21 AM  

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