Returning to the Constitution
Subversively, elements have been fomenting rebellion for decades, but have now entered into open attack. Criminal elements working tirelessly under the radar to overthrow our Republic now openly assault our very form government. The rebels aren’t who you first might suspect however.
Is the Militia Movement attacking our Republic? Is it Domestic Terrorist undermining our government? Have foreign governments crept through our sieve-like border to enslave us? No. The leaders of the rebellion who now openly attack our Republic are the very elected officials who are sworn to defend our Constitution and protect Citizens’ Unalienable Rights! That’s right! Our elected officials are now actively and openly seeking to overthrow the Constitution, the legal foundation of our nation!
This lawless act of treason against the very Constitution they have sworn to protect is blatant and lawless, and they expect to get away with it! To ARMS Patriots! We must protect our Constitution, our Liberties, our Unalienable Rights, and our Citizens from the Elected Terrorists who assault US. Now is the time to re-form the Militias established in our Bill of Rights under the Second Amendment. Organize with your friends and neighbors to defend Liberty. Self-defense is the birthright of everyone, and codified for American Citizens as law in our nation’s Bill of Rights. We must lawfully take up Arms to defend our Constitution against these Domestic Enemies who seek to destroy our Republic and enslave our Citizens. To Arms Patriots!
Enemies of the Constitution as Outlined in the 14th Amendment.
Any attack employing the Power of the Federal or State Governments to infringe on the Second Amendment is an attack on the Constitution. Any officer of the United States, or of a State, who proposes such an attack, is therefore an enemy of the Constitution and the Citizens protected by the Constitution. The 14th Amendment calls for actions specifically against elected officials and officers who are enemies of the Constitution.
14th Amendment, Section 3. No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress or elector of President and Vice President, or hold any office, civil or military under the United States or under any State, who having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any State legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any State, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in Insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote of two thirds of each House, remove such disability.The problem is, the vast majority of the Congress ARE enemies of the Constitution. Humm…I guess that’s why the Second Amendments gives Citizens the Right to keep, and BEAR Arms if necessary!
“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights
First, the use of the word “people” in the Second Amendment refers to each citizen individually. If the framers of the Bill of Rights had meant the American people as a whole, they would have used the proper grammatical term for the people as a whole, “peoples”. Therefore, this is an individual right, not a corporate right.
Second, the Second Amendment deals with the “right” of the people to keep and bear arms. A right is not a law that can be changed by a capricious government. The American peoples’ unalienable rights are granted by The Creator, not our government. In fact, the Declaration of Independence states that to “secure” these unalienable rights, governments were formed. The government didn’t give us our rights, our Constitution and Bill of Rights only codified them as the law-of-the-land. The government can’t take away our rights or make them illegal, it can only oppress them. The oppression of civil rights is an assault on the Constitution by enemies of the Constitution. It is violence against Liberty by the enemies of Liberty. If our government deigns to nullify our rights or make the exercise of our rights a lawless act, then our government itself has become lawless and an openly hostile enemy of our Constitution and our very form of government.
Thirdly, to infringe on any right is to actively break the terms of the right, to limit or undermine the right, or to encroach upon the right. Any “law” the United States government tries to pass that would actively break the terms of our right to keep and bear arms, to limit our possession of arms, to undermine our right to keeps arm, or in any way to encroach upon our Liberty to obtain and possess arms, is an assault on the Constitution. To assault the Constitution and the Liberties of the citizenry, is to become an enemy of the Constitution and Liberty.
There are elements of our governing body who are enemies of
the Constitution and Liberty! It is time
we boldly stand up and brand them for what they really are! They are domestic enemies of Liberty, the
Constitution, and the American way of life.
We must not lose this battle, or we may very well lose our Country! If our lawless government tries to take our arms, we have no recourse but to bear our arms!
There is a military doctrine of meeting the enemy with equal or superior firepower. To engage the enemy with a firearm that cannot match or exceed the weaponry of the enemy, is to increase the chances of mission failure. The goal is to meet threat with equal or superior force.
The same doctrine holds true in self-defense, only more so. On the battlefield, there are rules of war, in home-invasions; "might" is the only law. Criminals arm themselves with the best weapons they can obtain. I would not want to ask a home-invader if they would come back later after I have armed myself with a weapon that is equal to or superior to theirs. If the government succeeds in taking weapons away from law-abiding citizens, the criminal class will have all the “assault” weapons available. The goal of reducing the firepower of law-abiding citizens is to render them vulnerable. But this just addresses the threat from the civilian criminal class.
If the government actually attempts compulsory confiscation of legally owned weapons from law-abiding citizens, the government has crossed the line from passively ignoring the Constitution as the Rule of Law, to become an aggressive, rouge, lawless, oppressive, regime. This newly exposed governmental criminal class is no longer a legitimate governing body operating under the founding framework of our nation. Our government has already become a law-unto-themselves, but to seize firearms would be to aggressively declaring war on the Constitution of the United States.
At that point, my oath as a soldier is to defend my Constitution against all enemies both foreign and domestic. It is for that purpose the Second Amendment was codified among our unalienable rights, (which cannot be lawfully abridges by individuals or governments). When our government becomes physically hostile to the unalienable rights of the citizens, the militia is the last-line-of-defense. The Second Militia Act of 1792 federally mandated every male between the ages of 18 and 45 arm themselves with privately owned assault weapons at their own expense. This was not to hunt squirrels, but to hunt tyrants. The weapons specified in the 1792 Act were equal to and superior to the state-of-the-art assault weapons carried by all military personnel at the time. That would be the point of owning a weapon with a high volume of fire, to give yourself a fighting chance.
Our forefathers specifically called for the assault weapons of their day in the 1792 Act. The musket was able to fire and load three rounds per minute. A normal firing Company formation would be four platoons in line with thirty-three men each. Each platoon would have three ranks of eleven men. On the command of “Fire”, the first rank would unleash 44 rounds of .58 caliber, leg-amputating, gut-slinging, hot-lead in an instant. The first rank would kneel to reload while the second rank stepped forward and fired. They would kneel to reload and the third rank would advance and fire. In less than a minute, 396 rounds bigger around than a man’s thumb would tear through the enemy’s ranks, only to be repeated every minute until the ammunition was exhausted. At that point, the order to “fix bayonets” was given, and cold steel ripped through the bodies of the remaining enemy, (who presumably had also expended all of their ammunition). With the bayonet affixed to the end of the musket, it became an efficient dispenser of unlimited death. This was not a case of limiting the amount of damage done, but maximizing the destructive firepower of the assault weapons of their day.
No, our founders could not have imagined the volume of fire wielded by one Patriot today, but, if it had been available, they would have employed it! The founders FEDERALLY MANDATED private ownership of assault weapons in their day! If Patriots wish to retain their Liberties for the next generation, we must be of the same mind. The government’s push to disarm law-abiding citizens is aimed at making U.S. vulnerable, nothing more.
The muzzle loading, flintlock muskets and rifles were the state-of-the-art assault weapons of their day! During the Revolutionary War, Patriots strove to arm themselves with weapons that were the equal to, or superior to, the British musket with fixed bayonet. The goal of both sides was to meet the opposition with superior firepower, superior numbers, employ superior military tactics, take advantages of combat multipliers, and decisively defeat the enemy.
A paper cartridge loaded musket was the fastest operating light arm of it's day, delivering a withering volume of firepower when employed by soldiers in multiple firing ranks. When the paper cartridges were expended, the fixed bayonet provided certain death until the soldier wielding it was out of commission.
Take a look at this clip to see how the musket was employed on an individual basis. Remember, this was the most withering firepower available to the individual soldier of their day!