Friday, February 27, 2009

Fighting for your freedom.


This is regarding the latest news on the AW ban.

Guys, just some advice regarding peaceful resistance. ( you have to do that as long as it’s an alternative)

Organize. You are still in f&%%! America, organize gun owners and get them to HIT THE STREETS.

What made our president resign was the huge mass of people, ordinary Joes and Janes peaceful banging pots.

It takes minutes for cameras to arrive if there’s enough people. And once that cameras start showing up you people can speak to the world.

What happened in our case was that people were fed up and the message was pretty simple “Leave, all of them!” , the famous “Que se vayan todos”.

I can’t begin to explain the kind of noise that an entire city banging pots and honking horns makes.
It’s not even like a rock concert. Its more like a colossal beast roaring, ok?
And if it’s directed against you ( our president) I can’t imagine how it can feel. I suppose at the very least it makes you wet your pants.

That was then but we also had a similar protest not long ago, when they tried to mess with the farmers and hit them with a 44% tax.

This time the protest wasn’t “everyone leave”. But “No, we want the president to stay because we want a democracy, but we want to make it clear that we do not approve this”.

And the vice president ended up voting AGAINST the president, because he understood the consequences of not listening to the people.

How do you do it

You need to make yourself heard.
When people are mad and outraged enough they are more willing to go to the state capital building and make themselves heard.

The way they didn’t here was start email chains letting everyone know when and where the protest would take place. ( No, don’t send Federales to gun me down, I didn’t start the ones in Argentina. I just received them and forwarded them like millions of others did)
Also, people would use cell text messages.

These messages where started by just anyone, people just kept forwarding them to their contacts. In a matter of hours the entire country knew what was going on, either through mail or cell text message.

What should be included in the message:

1) Hour of the protest, mostly 6 or 7 PM is ok, so people can go there after work, and if things go well and the media shows up, it shows in the 8 PM news report.

2) The message you want to give:

Do you want to weaken O’s government? NO!
Read that again NO!
He’s an elected president of the USA and you want him to be as solid as possible, if the guy is forced to resign, even if the people can achieve that, the government as an institution will suffer in ways it will take, AT LEAST, 100 years to get back on its feet. That’s the truth guys. Fantasy aside, such institutional damage mortally wounds a country. We’ve seen it here, it happened in other places as well.

What’s the message you want to put out there.
“We supports the POTUS, but he’s NOT above the bill of right and we will not tolerate attempts to tamper with it”
Doesn’t matter if you voted for the guy or not, he has to fulfill his mandate and you’ll have the opportunity to correct that during the next elections.
So, the peaceful message is “ We’re not against O, but we will not surrender our weapons”.
What we did here and worked VERY well, was to not allow any other sign or publicity to get related to the protest.
Even the NRA or any other organization, there must not be any organization of any kind related to the protest. There’s a time and place for those as well, but the united citizens backing up the constitution is greater and more powerful than any of that.

It’s a people’s protest.

And that’s what makes it sacred, because you do not mess with the average worker and middle class guy. He has a legitimacy that is unrivaled by any organization of any kind.
They can burn the NRA, they can burn liberals, democrats republicans or any other organization of any kind, but they can’t say “This is a scheme by the American population”, “ A plot by the average Joe six Pack”. The only flag allowed to fly should be the USA one. A few candles lit, signing the "The Star-Spangled Banner". It should be a patriotic protest, not political.


So, when these protest take places, the only signs or flags allowed to be displayed ( other than the American flag) should be the kind that say “don’t thread on me”, “No to the free man’s rifle ban”, and such .

Here when the 2001 protest took place, when some guy from some political party or organization of any kind wanted to raise some sign or flag, people around him/her quickly told them that they did not want that, and forced him to remove it and put it down. That they were not there supporting any organization just making the “people’s” voice heard.

Later yes, NRA rallys or RTKABA, join them and participate, but as soon as a flag of any kind is displayed, it quickly looses the popular sincerity.

3) These are peaceful protests. Do not fall for instigations to violence.
Sometimes here cops or the government would send someone undercover to start making a mess, start a fight, an looting, that way the protest looses legitimacy and it looks as if its just a bunch of thugs looking fro trouble. Don’t allow that.

4) There also a bit of marketing involved. The important thing is people showing up on the streets, but people can bang pots from home too, every bit helps.
People have to understand that whatever they do, it helps.
Also try to have people organizing in various states and counties, so that the guy can just go out, walk to down town, and at least find a dozen other guys protesting as well. They can meet before 8 PM, sing the national anthem for example, and exactly at 8 PM start banging pots in sign of protest.
Maybe a guy got the email too but stayed home, but just because he hears those couple dozen guys making noise he decides to make noise and protest from his home as well. That creates a “wave”, that spreads.

Guys, you have enough gun owners in USA, this IS possible to do.

Just a few pointers. But people, organize, and make yourselves heard, even daring to mention a so called AW ban is extremely bad. It’s a sing of totalitarian and believing he has enough power to pull that through. Not a good sign, or good attitude.

I think these struggles are the core of survivlism, since it involves preventing tyranny from sprouting and some of the most sacred freedoms and values.

I’m posting this around. Mods, erase if not appropriate and sorry for the inconvenience.

Take care everyone.

FerFAL

11 comments:

MeadowLark said...

I get so tired of people thinking we should get rid of a President. Do they really think any other one will be any better?

Party bickering is how they keep us from uniting as a nation. We're so busy with "we're good, you're bad" that they just continue to screw us.

Thanks for this post.

Don Williams said...

The two main Democratic leaders of Congress,
Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House , and Harry Reid, Majority Leader of the Senate , have already come out OPPOSING the assault rifle ban suggested by Obama's Attorney General.

See http://thehill.com/leading-the-news/reid-joins-pelosi-in-opposing-weapons-ban-revival-2009-02-26.html

I myself am opposed to any additional gun control in the USA -- and many of the existing measures.

However, I think guns play a limited role,albeit important role, in resisting tyranny. When the government deploys surveillance cameras on every street corner, recording your every move, and has massive surveillance systems to monitor your communications, then political organizing --much less resistance -- is difficult.


I think the NRA should have fought several of Bush's Homeland Security measures vigorously. The Constitution bans torture of US citizens (cruel and unusual punishment). Requiring independent Judges to approve surveillance of citizens by federal agents is an important check on the Executive. And the creation of the Department of Homeland Security results in major defense contractors having a major financial incentive to create systems to control American citizens instead of foreign enemies.

Border security measures can be used to keep US citizens in as well as keeping foreign invaders out.

But the worse aspect of the US in the last 8 years has been an Executive claiming that it is above the oversight of Congress. That US citizens with security clearances can be jailed if they report wrongdoing to their Members of Congress.

Anonymous said...

Don Williams is spot on, again.

The last time the dem's did this, they got their @sses handed to them in the next election. The house and senate leader know and remember this. I predict that this is a campaign promise that Obama quietly walks away from after this trial balloon got shot down by the leaders of congress. We'll see....

Sam said...

Wow FerFAL!
You are so Right ON! Look what Chuck Baldwin (former Constitutional Party presidential candidate) wrote just today on this subject.
http://www.newswithviews.com/baldwin/baldwin494.htm

Have you two been talking!?

Thanks for all you do Man. May God Bless you FerFAL

Anonymous said...

Nice - very well stated.

Archived at:
http://will.mylanders.com/shot/politics/rally.txt

Jennersen said...

FerFal, I will take 100 of your for ever one of them as a citizen exchange! if only they would go for it.

FerFAL said...

Thanks everyone


"Jennersen said...

FerFal, I will take 100 of your for ever one of them as a citizen exchange! if only they would go for it."

If we could only work something out...:) but I don’t think they’ll want to leave the country they seem to dislike so much.
Brazil for example has much "better" gunlaws, at least according the the antiguns terms, but I dont see any of them rushing to move over to one of the most dangerous places in the planet. :)


FerFAL

Anonymous said...

Could you tell us a bit abot the economic situation?
I would like to know how much taxes one has to pay.

I read that the judiciary is not fully professional. Is it true that I cannot expect protection through the courts (for example I am not paid by a customer)?

Henk said...

Excellent and very timely information, FerFAL. Thank you!

Essential advice regarding making this an expression of citizens rather than of organizations.

(No matter how accurate a person's assessment of the current situation or its causes and effects a la Don Williams's comment above, it is way too easy to become sidetracked arguing details or points secondary to the unified, basic message as suggested by ferFAL.)

The need and message of the people is singular: We rule ourselves by law, and the President, Congress and Judiciary must submit to our Constitution and Bill of Rights.

People, we can make this happen.

irishdutchuncle said...

when Nixon was forced to resign, it was less of a problem because Ford was innofensive to most americans. if Obama is forced to resign then Biden will become president. i wouldn't want that to happen. the only thing worse than a Biden presidency would have been a Gore presidency.

FerFal i agree with Jennersen. i would be honored to have you, and 99 of your closest friends as neighbors.

Sixpackoverhere said...

There is slight complication with what you advise. Majority of Americans are not feeling anything. They enjoy more then enough freedom to keep them from getting active.

The best solution right now is being advised by Campaign for Liberty. It is an organization born from Congressman Ron Paul's grassroots (I mentioned him in your questions thread). Their plan is to simply put back the power into states. They are promoting takeovers of Republican counties by electing their own people. There is more of their activists then both party has. They simply need to learn how to apply them into the right direction.

Regardless if who one supports whether it is socialists, democrats, conservatives or republicans we need to return to the rule of law under the constitution. This is where the state governments hold a lot more power then the federal government. To achieve this everyone must step up to their duty of being active in local politics.