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Friday, September 17, 2010

I Am An Individual

A Patriot’s Claim

I am an individual.
I exist in the past, present and future.
I chart the path my life will go.
I exercise the liberty that God gave me as a gift.

You are a collective.
You exist only in the present to control the future.
You have an agenda to nudge and control the collective.
You seek obedience and submission to your authority.

I am an individual.
I have a Divine purpose to serve and protect.
I have faith in the pathway I have been placed on.
I demonstrate citizenship through my actions, not words.

You are a collective.
You wish to be served as the divine authority.
You have faith in your authority.
You seek slaves to consume by perverse words.

I am an individual.
I seek freedom from oppression and tyranny.
I will never submit to unjust human rulers.
I will defend freedom with life and limb.

You are a collective.
You yearn to oppress and terrorize.
You demand submission to your authority.
You despise man’s freedom and will take life to end it.

I am an individual.
I yearn for equality for all men.
I have the spirit of hope.
I have confidence in victory over tyranny.

You are a collective.
You seek to divide men.
You believe you are hope.
You are overconfident and arrogant by exercising tyranny.

My names are written as heroes, liberators, men of honor, and patriots.

Your names are those of tyrants, dictators, and despots.

Our cry is 'Sic semper evello mortem Tyrannis' (Thus always death comes to tyrants).

You have no cry.

Our honor is 'Nostrum Vitas Nam Libertas' (Our lives for Liberty).

You know no honor.

-- Tyson Ruble


Anonymous Witchwood said...


It would be most helpful if you or others could provide a concise definition of collectivism. I ask for this because, for one thing, the term itself seems to be thrown around quite a bit absent context and in ways that seem to contradict its literal definition. For another, we will at some point have to act as a collective in some respects (March divided and fight concentrated) without falling prey to "collectivism" itself, so knowing exactly what the term means is vital. Many thanks.

September 17, 2010 at 12:19 PM  
Blogger Concerned American said...

Will put out for group consideration.

September 17, 2010 at 3:20 PM  
Anonymous Defender said...

I think of "Star Trek II." "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few -- or the one."
When it's individual SELF-sacrifice, that's nobility and altruism. When the group -- specifically the group leaders -- declares who's to be sacrificed, that's collectivism.
American soldiers who helped liberate Europe -- "Are you still harping on THAT?" asks one British collectivist -- were a COLLECTIVE, but they were not collectivIST.

September 18, 2010 at 4:01 PM  

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