TL Davis: III Congress

TL discusses the upcoming meeting of American patriots.

And for those who question the wisdom of such things, remember this section of the Declaration:

…We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security…

More details as they are available.

20 responses to “TL Davis: III Congress

  1. Florida as an independent republic.

    • excellent video . . . . . let’s go and geterdone!!!!

    • alan w. mullenax

      So, Patty, I guess you’re gonna economically cleanse South Carolina by running off your federal tit suckers to North Carolina and Georgia, right? Applying that same logic to my state, we’re gonna run them off to Georgia and Alabama, right? North Carolina and Alabama are gonna get pissed. Georgia is gonna get really pissed.

      I assume South Carolina just walks away from it’s obligation to the debt, right? We Floridians will do the same, correct? And .gov is gonna go along with that, right?

      I don’t know about your state, but the same people we have been sending to Washington are the same people that run the state and local governments now. Incubators if you will.

      How many guns does South Carolina have that are willing to enforce a secession decision? I can tell you without equivocation that Florida wouldn’t field a platoon. Will you guys be able to help us out?

      And what does South Carolina and Florida have in common? Well, besides a bunch of federal tit suckers, yankees and immigrants. The number of which exceeds the basic load of the secessionist.

      I live here Pat. The concept of secession isn’t in the realm of discussion. And will never be.

      It ain’t 1860 son.

      • No it is not 1860. The country isn’t doing nearly as well as it was then.
        The currency was sound, there were few threats from overseas, our military was not deployed to maintain an empire, the debt was responsible, the moral fiber of the country was generally high, do you get it yet?
        You imagine the states leaving a functional union behind, imagine something different entirely.

        • alan w. mullenax

          Again, I reiterate. Despite Hines’ post that the state of Florida is considering secession, I’m telling you that it is just not true. I’ve lived here pretty much my whole life (60 years) and there isn’t even a hint of secession. There certainly isn’t the means to enforce it. I know, I’m one of the most radical sons of bitches in this state. Believe me. I can furnish references.

          I have to give credit to the Nazi though. A while back there was talk of north and south Florida splitting in to two states. That conversation lasted, oh, about 30 seconds.

  2. Mutant Swarm

    So where and when is it?

  3. As all politics are local, so are revolutions. First in your thoughts, then in
    convictions, then in your village where things congeal.
    Destroying a corrupt government is the same as building a house, you
    need a solid base to work from.

  4. Charlie Parker

    Where and when is what I need to know. I will be there.

  5. One thing to consider…
    The UN Small Arms Treaty is set to be back on the agenda in March, IIRC. Perhaps we should get together, or send delegates from various regions, to discuss contingencies necessary upon possible (probable?) passage.
    Dan Knowles

  6. Secession will snowball once the first state goes. Probably Texas. Then Arizona, Oklahoma, Alabama, Mississippi, and the High Plains. Some states will fragment: N. Florida vs. the Brown Tide, eastern Slope Washington and Oregon vs. coastal Cosmics. It’ll be complex and interesting. For many of us, it will be the ultimate in “all politics is local”: when AT&F or the Healthcare Police darken my door, I open the door, smile, and shoot. Then, off to Valhalla. Mullenax will see things differently when the Ponziconomy collapses….all sorts of revolutionary possibilities not apparent now will become suddenly obvious.

  7. Sans the the condescension… I have to agree, there must be some form of legitimate selection or you just have another useless effort like we had in 2009. Oh that looked hopeful also but it had no legitimacy and hence no power behind all the fine words.

  8. What happens to The Collapse when the bakken and other oil fields make the US the major oil producer in the world with more proven reserves than Russia And Saudi together? Look into this- it’s going to happen.

    Even the Obamites will be unable to prevent it, and why would they? The economic boom will be appropriated by Hussein and get him re-elected to a third term.

    Yes, I know, they will bleed the middle class just the same and use the cash cow to calcify their “base” into infinity, but the dollar would again be “sound” and probably the world standard once again, hence no collapse, no opportunity for us to make hay against Levi.

    I’m just beginning to study this topic and I’m very interested to hear from the gallery…………..

    AP, are you out there?

    • Colorado Pete

      From what I’ve heard so far, the fed EPA has tried to stop or slow development there with various excuses (a literal dead duck, complaints about fracking), and the state governors are giving back the finger to the EPA.
      My guess is that the combination of Green Dem supporter pressure, plus the seeming Dem desire for widespread poverty and destruction of the middle class, make it look like the last thing the Dems want is an oil boom, even if it brings in huge federal revenues in taxes and fees. They don’t even care about a potential tax revenue increase from a new source, they simply want taxes to be squeezed out of the rich for ideological and redistribution purposes – they don’t want the rich to have the money, and they don’t want a rich class (outside of themselves). “Equality of life outcome” is what they’re after, on the poor/dependent side of the scale. That guarantees permanent re-election better than an oil/gas boom could.

      • I appreciate your comments, Pete, and would have agreed with them recently but, if correct, why would the demons have given so much money to the banksters?

        Ideology is for suckers, i.e. voters and running dogs, not the elites. All that “equality of outcomes” crap is for true believers, maybe even Obama himself, but that much money is a drug that the king makers cannot resist, and those people ARE The Rich. So rich that you never see their faces or hear their names……

        Obama<sock puppet<mouthpiece<tool.

        ” they don’t want the rich to have the money, and they don’t want a rich class (outside of themselves). “

        They can’t get rich on nothing. Someone has to produce something of value that they can control/steal. They cannot do that simply by “fiat.” A boom economy would provide so much more money to “redistribute,” (buy votes) don’t you think, than collapse and poverty?

        • “Someone has to produce something of value that they can control/steal.”

          That’s the key to the whole thing, I’m sure. Y’know, the vast majority of people really, truly, honestly don’t get that. Hamburger is created on the grocery shelves and safety comes from the government, so who needs to do anything?

          The genuine looters may understand it in theory, but they’re so drunk with power over such an overwhelming number of slaves, that they figure it doesn’t matter very much anyway.

          For good or for evil–we’ll see–that’s what’s going give way; they have stifled real production to the point where common survival will just be impossible. Depending on what the Good Guys do, I’m sure the near-term future will look more like the Harvest of Sorrow than the Revolution.

          • Jim,

            “Y’know, the vast majority of people really, truly, honestly don’t get that.”

            Simple, decent, responsible and more or less honest folks are incapable of accepting the enormity of evil of which their slave masters are capable. That’s the problem. Couple that with the culpability of the “journalists” and……..

            I, myself, have a real problem believing that the PTB would rather rule over the ashes than forgo the fulfillment of their dream of socialist nirvana/one world .gov. That Obama and his acolytes are filled with hatred so as to fill that role i do accept. But, as I said, he is a tool whose masters have no particular political/philosophical agenda other than their own enrichment and continuing grasp for ultimate power. Why would they want to kill the goose that lays golden eggs?

            So, they must destroy America, or at least the American middle class, in order to achieve One World Dominion. The enormity of the pure evil of that stuns the moral sensibility of any decent man, and constrains his opposition by sheer weight of denial.

  9. The Republican Party is corrupt. The Tea Party, while not corrupt, has been co-opted, at least at the national level. The Democrat Party is corrupt. The Libertarian Party ran a butthurt GOPher, instead of an actual libertarian, so it is corrupt as well.

    Greens? The new red.

    My, how the options dwindle.

    As a simple exercise, define Legitimacy. What are the standards? Are there gatekeepers? If so, who are they and what are their criteria?

    • Legitimacy – Generally accepted to have a measure of authority to represent.

      • So Legitimacy in the representative derives from consent on the part of the constituent. So far, so good.

        At what point did the Tea Parties achieve legitimacy, or did they have it from the outset by speaking for themselves directly?

        Ditto the original Sons of Liberty.

        • TP by massive participation so by default legitimacy is achieved for that type of group. As for the SoL that is a different type of group altogether more akin to the IRA than Congress. Of course any legitimacy is derived from support of the populace.
          Such is the way of the abstract concept, you may see legitimacy while others see hot air.