Thoughts From An Anti-Federalist

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Jesse James sends.

The Trumpening has granted, at best, a respite – during which freedom lovers must get their houses in order.

Tempus fugit.

25 responses to “Thoughts From An Anti-Federalist

  1. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  2. The Anti-Federalist who saw the future….

  3. The greatest lie the devil Hamilton ever told or implied was that the people would have a say in their government. But the only thing said that government would ever produce is “more” of itself.

    I believe Royce is right: it was a coup in Philadelphia in 1787. In keeping with the theme, the dirt people were swindled by the cloud people, and we dirt people have been trying to staunch the bleeding ever since.

    • Jimmy the Saint

      “In keeping with the theme, the dirt people were swindled by the cloud people,”

      This is surprising how and why? As King said in “Platoon”: “The poor always bein’ fucked over by the rich. Always have; always will.”

  4. That’s what I keep saying he gave us time and those that expect anything else are probably going to be disappointed… We should be using the time wisely…

  5. In the early days of the The Resister I read the collected works of the Federalists. That study led me to become an anti-Federalist. I then read the collected works of the anti-Federalists (and the correspondence between Jefferson and Madison and other peripheral works, especially the pre-Revolution “Political Sermons” of a malignant sect called “Presbyterian”). That study led me to become a monarchist — although a thorough study of monarchy led to the conclusion that there is no such thing as a Protestant monarchy (as Charles I realized too late) despite the best intentions for His colonies of Good King George III. Having studied monarchy I became the perfect counter-revolutionary. The last logical step was conversion to Traditional Catholicism.

    The anti-Federalists are not the answer. They are the broad smooth path to anarchy, while the Federalists are the broad smooth path to Communism. We know who won the “controversy.” And here we are.

    A pox on both their houses.

    S//

    • Ok, so they all suck and you’ve morphed to a traditional catholic. What does that all translate into as a form of government?

      • It “morphs” into there is only one direction all this post-monarchism political shit descends: Hell. In Hell everybody is perfectly sovereign and equal. That’s why they are there.

        S//

      • MichiganderJim

        He mentioned the smooth path. Either figure out who’s gonna rule or say nobody is…for oneself anyway. Funny, I’d think the Sarge would want peace for himself at this point…but hey, to each his own.

      • Christendom.

        Social reign of Christ the King according to His objective standards (Ten Commandments informed by the Gospels).

        Purging of pilpul, halacha, usury, talmudic supremacism, perversion, child sacrifice to Moloch/Rempham, an end to fratricidal and unjust wars, shifting subjectivism…

        Assistance in cleansing the Augean stables of the (((occupied))) hierarchy.

        • Okay, a little school circle here.
          What does this tell you?:
          “The masses continue with an appetite for benefits and the habit of receiving them by way of a rule of force and violence. The people, having grown accustomed to feed at the expense of others and to depend for their livelihood on the property of others… institute the rule of violence; and now uniting their forces massacre, banish, and plunder, until they degenerate again into perfect savages and find once more a master and monarch.” Polybius

          Hard pill to swallow, but it is what it is. No wonder Jesus said:
          “Lord, forgive them for they know not what they do”

          “Seek ye His Kingdom and His Righteousness”

  6. IMHO, Catholics today have a lot of socialist/communist teachings, further a lot of the “Catholic Charities” lean leftist/communist and rip off their parishioners when the “second plate” is passed. Funny how a lot of Catholics are leftists, witness about 45% of Catholics voting for the criminal Hitlery. And don’t get me started on the Methodist and their anti-gun preaching.

    Sorry Mr. Barry, but I disagree, the Anti-Federalists were right in all their predictions of govt… including your beloved monarchy. I’ll take the Anarchy or near Anarchy capitalist solution any day. Please move to the greatest Monarchy on the planet… the UK. I suspect you’d be much happier in that socialist Monarchy wet dream.

    /r
    Grey Ghost

    • @ Grey Ghost
      Sir I don’t know what Methodist you are listening to. My family is Congregational Methodist followers of John Wesley and we all pack heat. That includes my brother the preacher. Perhaps you are hearing the wrong preachers.

      Long Life, overhill

    • The short version—The Church was the most effective and outspoken opponent of Judeo-Communism until the hierarchy was highjacked at so-called*** “Vatican 2,” the illegitimate and distinctly non-Catholic Novus Ordo (“New Order”) installed, the sacraments gutted, morals and doctrine overturned, and the Curia and chanceries filled with perverts and assorted heretics, including Marxists and neo-Judaizers.

      Anyone who is interested in that history should start with Judaism and the Vatican by Vicomte Leon de Poncino, ISBN 9780904656220 and work your way through The New Catholic ‘Shoah’ Theology: Alibi for the Revolutionary Overthrow of the Gospel of Jesus Christ by Michael Hoffman, Revisionist History Newsletter no. 47 and The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History by Dr. E. Michael Jones, ISBN 9780929891071. The resource page at http://judaism.is has other helpful links.

      The ignorati are, of course, expected to shoot blanks from the sidelines.

      *** “So-called” because it is doubtful that the latae sententiae excommunicated (automatically excommunicated) Freemason Roncallli could be a legitimate Pope—potentially meaning there are historically two “John XXIII” anti-popes, one from 1400-1415 A.D. and the other from 1958-1963 A.D.—hence unable to call a legitimate Council. Canon Law, you know. Plenty of background on the series of putative anti-Popes in the “false popes” pages here: http://novusordowatch.org

  7. “at best”. No, not even that. Frankly, what Trump is should have been obvious when he selected Pence – one the worst open-borders/free trade Zio-globalist warmongers – as his VP. Had Trump been the Real Thing, i.e. willing to risk impeachment by takling on the System, he would have selected “another” populist as a backstop. And all honor to Pat Henry and the antiFeds. They saw far into the future.

    • MichiganderJim

      “one the worst open-borders/free trade Zio-globalist warmongers ”

      Maybe so, but also one who considers not paying debts a viable option. Might matter one day.

    • Yep, he pulled a Reagan. Not only did that endanger his life(Hinckley) but it kept us on the path to destruction. Trump is a Traitor with a victory bought us more time. I’m still glad he won, but I wouldn’t hesitate to hang the bastard after war begins.

  8. What’s wrong with anarchy? Anarchy means we don’t tax each other; it does not mean we riot and set cars on fire.

    • The largest problem with anarchy is that in order for it to work, there must be a society completely comprised of rational and logical adults.
      Get past that psychosociological constraint, then you have to have a society where everyone is willing to work with each other on at least a basic level.
      After that, everyone must accept the four principles of the NAP/ZAP.
      Do those three things and anarchy becomes a viable option.

      Good luck. I’d love to be an anarchist, but …
      (Yes, I simplified things. Don’t berate me for that.)😀

      • Oh, I mean that all the adults must be reasonably rational and logical.
        Kids will be kids.

        But that brings up another issue. If we had anarchy, what would the age of maturity/responsibility be for a presumably free person? Whenever they say so?

        Yeah, anarchy is a can of worms that I’ve tried to sort before, and it is fraught with many little problems, far in excess of the major ones.
        Making the necessarily few rules for a well-oiled rulerless society is a bitch. After the dust settles from the coming fun and games, we’ll probably wind up with panarchy. That would be the honest freedomistic solution.😉

    • Reality is what is wrong with anarchy. Anarchy is one of those ideologies, like Judeo-Communism, that will always be championed by dreamers who insist that “Our ideology (Communism, anarchy, whatever) failed because it (real Communism, real anarchy, real whatever) hasn’t really been tried yet.”

      The stance reminds me of medieval physicians: “If a little arsenic didn’t cure the syphilis, certain more arsenic is needed.”

      “If a little ‘free market’ or ‘anarchy’ didn’t cure ‘syphilization’, certainly more ‘free market’ or ‘anarchy’ are needed.” As if.

  9. Whether Patrick Henry saw the future or not, I dunno. But, he and the anti-federalists certainly saw the Hamiltonian “federalists” for what they were and what they were up to.

    Hologram reprints the first three articles of the “Texas 2000” constitution. Now, THERE’s a document to rally around.

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  11. Sgt Barry shows the mindless desire to be controlled by someone else and so he continues his silly and illogical tirades. The perversion of Biblical Christianity by the church of Rome pushed the rebellion of the common man. The acceptance of the Scriptures as the ONLY rule for faith and practice changed the world. Of course, the Roman church burned people at the stake for doing such things as translating the Greek manuscript to languages actually used by people instead of archaic latin. This reminds me of “legalese” used by attorneys for the same purpose.

    Presbyterian church order, OTOH, shows a STRONG DISTRUST for man and hence everybody is accountable to others within the church leadership. There is no “pope” who gets to claim ultimate authority.

    On a related note, as much as I hear of people talking about the evangelical church NOT standing up for freedom against governmental tyranny, a large Presbyterian church in Birmingham has had conferences addressing such things. This past year there was a conference entitled “The Real State of the Union.” Lots of great stuff in the audio. During a Q&A session there was discussion of Biblical basis for various ideas, such as the 2nd Amendment. One panelist talked of property rights and made the statement, “The 8th Commandment says you shall not steal. It does NOT say that ‘you shall not steal unless 51% of you vote to steal from the others!” Outstanding moment!

    For those interested in these ideas from a Christian perspective, there are audio files located here: https://briarwood.org/audio/category/the-real-state-of-the-union-conference/

    Finally, I would commend to your reading a couple of books that address this same issue: Statism and Statism II which are compilations of articles by pastors and teachers that really hit the nail on the head.

  12. If we ever have the opportunity, and if there’s some semblance of a country left here, anti-federalism with the Articles of Confederation as a starting template will be our best bet.

    I still see something panarchistic in the future, similar to what Matt Bracken envisioned, but with more, smaller areas of each type of gov’t that would be viable and acceptable to each of their peoples. Tribalism on a roughly multi-state level.

    That, or 1984. Global totalitarianism, if there’s not enough people to prevent it.