I found this over at My Daily Kona. As I read it, I was reminded of when I first (many eons ago) read the Gulag Archipelago by Solzhenitsyn and the warnings of what could transpire elsewhere it elicited.
When one now sees the “purge” coming in the military of “wrong thinking soldiers” (that would be Patriots to those out in lefty land), as well as the fact that the National Guard is not only built up in DC and in fact have live ammo and according to many have orders to shoot if warranted, one can only wonder if the Sheeples will once again cower in their homes and agree to the coming dictatorship.
The quote by Solzhenitstyn sums it up clearly and I
for one wonder, quite seriously I might add, what will the soldiers do when
ordered to shoot their own people. Sadly, I'm afraid it could come to that with
the hard core Anti-American government officials we now have who claim to
"be in fear of their lives"
We see Antifa and BLM brazenly riot, destroy and harass people with no worry of being prosecuted while Patriotic citizens are hassled and worse by their own government. Seems like they are the new Brownshirts and they are praised rather than condemned! But make sure you snitch on your neighbor for any wrongthink!
We’re close to the point of no return and one wonders if the people will now stand up or continue with their “hands out, victim mentality” and continue to give up their freedoms and rights. It’s coming and I fear the end result is going to be beyond ugly.
From the Daily Kona:
A New Local Militia for the modern times?
"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" This is the original
version in the national archives. Pretty self explanatory. To me the words "Well
Regulating" meant that they elected their own officers and preformed the
training required of the militia of the day and they equipped themselves
with the common weapons of the day, it was logical to me why people had
issues with the explanation was beyond me.