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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Mindful Musings:My thoughts and whatnots.: RESISTANCE

H/T: Keep and Bear Arms

Sic semper tyrannis is a Latin phrase meaning "thus ever (or always) to tyrants." Recommended by George Mason to the Virginia Convention in 1776, the phrase is attributed to Marcus Junius Brutus[1] at the assassination of Julius Caesar. It is sometimes mistranslated as "Death to tyrants." - Wikipedia

In this article, Chris Horton is on a tear. Read, and consider, the whole article carefully. Much is at stake. The fate of the Republic. Our individual lives.
"I have a bumper sticker on the back of my Chevy Blazer, two of them actually. The one on the left says, 'If you think 'war is not the answer . . .'' The one on the right finishes, 'Then you don't understand the question.'"
But to me the twin stickers are not about Iraq, but rather a restatement of George Washington's dictum that only those who are prepared for war will have peace. What liberals fail to grasp is that you don't have to be a war lover to believe this.
There are, however, a few things worse than war: oppression, slavery, and the unanswered murder of innocents, including your own family. Faced with this alternative, those of us who wish to be free have but one choice -- resistance.
"When you face violence -- political violence such as in Germany -- you simply cannot respond with niceties; you cannot deal honestly with dishonesty." -- Belgian "Pere" Bodson to his pacifist son Herman, 1935, in Agent for the Resistance: A Belgian Saboteur in World War II, Herman Bodson, Texas A&M Press, 1994, p. 9.
It would have been better for the Nazis if they had not attracted the attention of this amazing pilot.
Very interesting stories that may apply to our situation in this country and elsewhere.

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