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      Max
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        Well yeah, but only if you don’t back down. There will come a point when you have to decide between that job that pays the bills and keeps the wife happy, or showing up to muster. It’s nothing to be taken lightly. How did people in 1776 pay the bills? Or 1860? They probably didn’t. Huge hardships. It simply depends on how serious your convictions are.

        Seems like a lot of people outside of VA are putting a lot of responsibility on us. Fair enough, fuck ’em. Never back down to tyranny. It has gone too far, by a long long way.

        Or: go back to sleep and scuttle away hiding your gunz.

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        Joe (G.W.N.S.)
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          Seems like a lot of people outside of VA are putting a lot of responsibility on us. Fair enough, fuck ’em. Never back down to tyranny. It has gone too far, by a long long way.

          Many; myself included, see the possible coming together of the correct ingredients for a chance of everyday people to say “enough!”

          The ingredients include; but not limited to, an overzealous tyrannical push and a population with deep generational roots to actually resisting tyranny!

          You can hardly look anywhere within Virginia without being confronted with the legacy of the Civil War.

          Stories past down from one generation to the next regarding those events with the lingering emotions of being an occupied State during reconstruction.

          The Appalachian ingrained stubbornness to ignore edicts from supposed Government authority.

          There will come a point when you have to decide between that job that pays the bills and keeps the wife happy, or showing up to muster.

          Perhaps we need to consider how to organize an “adopt a Virginian Patriot” program. A way to offer substantive support to Patriot families should things require it.

          It would be a small price to pay for those geographically separated from actual fighting for not only Virginian Rights, but all of us.

          I’ve already considered how those of us in other States could possibly provide sanctuary for potential displaced families. Imagine knowing your family is out of harms way and how that could open options otherwise unavailable to them. Even safe houses in surrounding States should it become necessary.

          Consider how those of us outside Virginia could relay communications to everyone from their families, to other Virginians, etc…

          Perhaps a encrypted email that relays instructions to be transmitted by a mobile HF rig outside of Virginia, thus eliminating a potential way of localizing the forces of Liberty.

          Think outside the box!

        • #133850
          wildbill
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            Seems like a lot of people outside of VA are putting a lot of responsibility on us. Fair enough, fuck ’em. Never back down to tyranny. It has gone too far, by a long long way.

            It is just the way it is and has always been

            experience hath shown, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. — Jefferson Declaration of Independence

            Tyrants in every state are watching what happens and as the old saying goes “if not now when and if not us who”.

            We all need to decide how far we will pushed before we finally push back and say no more.

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