144:1 Sends

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The symbol, explained:

Joint Op between 144:1 and the Virgina Freeman Society.

You can’t conquer a free man; the most you can do is kill him.

Combining both the Labarum symbol and the infamous Mandalorian skull, this patch was designed in collaboration with Jesse James from Virginia Freeman’s Society. The Labarum was most famously used by Constantine the Great, reunifier of the Roman Empire and instrumental in the Edict of Milan. A political and religious free thinker, his economic and political reforms postponed the fall of Rome for generations. His leadership would become the standard by which monarchs were judged by for a millennia. The Mandalorian skull is a representation of an outlaw brotherhood that holds honor and shared culture as a sacred bond, directly contravening the prevailing political forces of the time.

In a faceless, nameless society they represent the last of the old ways. Show your support for VFS and upgrade your patch collection.

In an age of groupthink…be an outlaw.

‘Here’s why you can’t exterminate us…we’re not huddled in one place—we span the galaxy. We need no lords or leaders—so you can’t destroy our command. We can live without technology—so we can fight with our bare hands. We have no species or bloodline—so we can rebuild our ranks with others who want to join us. We’re more than just a people or an army…we’re a culture. We’re an idea. And you can’t kill ideas—but we can certainly kill you.’

11 responses to “144:1 Sends

  1. a follower

    How can anyone identify with Rome, being roman or anything of “Constatine the great?
    How can you not see the disease in the roots of the Roman empire?

    • You must identify with Rome because it’s mere existence identifies with you. Rome’s engineering feats are to be admired. We speak and write in a romance language. Art,.cataloging,transport,assimilation,aqueducts and sewers.
      The centurions kicked the shit out of my forefathers in Scotland for centuries.After the Romans,England picked up where they left off. The disease is in the hearts of men, not in the “Empire.”

  2. a follower

    Purchase our ‘symbol’, join our group. Be an individual, be an outlaw.???
    The last paragraph is most revealing and goes far beyond creepy.

  3. “We are everywhere,” once said some old guy, gone but not forgotten.

    Thanks for all you did, and Rest in Peace, Mike.

  4. Did JJ write this?

    ‘Here’s why you can’t exterminate us…we’re not huddled in one place—we span the galaxy. We need no lords or leaders—so you can’t destroy our command. We can live without technology—so we can fight with our bare hands. We have no species or bloodline—so we can rebuild our ranks with others who want to join us. We’re more than just a people or an army…we’re a culture. We’re an idea. And you can’t kill ideas—but we can certainly kill you.’

  5. Star Wars?

  6. “We have no species or bloodline”
    agree to disagree :^)

  7. Star Wars.

  8. To all,

    You caught me. I’m a statist double agent. I admire Constantine for being a smart, capable leader. There’s a lot to learn there, just like Hannibal, Rommel and Frederick the Great. I admire people for excelling at relevant skills, which of course means I wholeheartedly endorse everything they have ever done. Life is binary and absolute like that, you are either perfect or devoid of good. The bottom quote was taken from one of the many Star Wars books I read when I was younger. I couldn’t track down the reference for it, but it stuck with me. Again, does this mean I wholly embrace everything about the books and philosophy behind them? No, but I liked the sentiment of the quote. This also likely proves that I’m a closet Zog assassin or worse, and was far too optimistic about people not just looking for an excuse to complain on here.

    The patch was designed primarily because I like it and I’m sorry to disappoint about any hidden meanings that were cooked up. If you hate it, cool. This is likely due to me not being a creative genius, despite 144:1 being far more gifted and doing his best to help me out. I will let everyone know when I start my cult though. We can all wear multicam or woodland since nobody here would every buy something with a brand on it (particularly guns). Normally I’d laugh off the idiocy here, but despite me not getting anything out of this project, 144:1 is a nice guy and went out on a limb to help make this happen. I’d rather him not deal with the ‘OMG Masonic plan to take over the universe’ crayon eating and his business to continue to enjoy success. I’m actually disappointed nobody connected my ties to PRNK and China through the use of red stitching. I mean that one was just right there.

    So here’s what I’m going to do. You are all cordially invited to email your superior ideas and drawings to the address below. I will do everything in my power to implement them. I’m not artsy and I gladly welcome the expertise. I’ll be shocked if I get a single email, because like the other times I have made similar offers, the effort to go from critic to teammate is simply too herculean a task. To the rest who don’t insist on being assholes, whether agreeing or no may we do so as friends and continue to advance the cause of freedom.

    Cheers,

    JJ

    virginiafreemen@hushmail.com <— hatemail here

  9. The Heinlein slightlymisquote would have been, and still is, quite sufficient.

  10. Mark O'Ryan

    “We have no species or bloodline”

    Multi-kult virus spreads through subtle vectors.

    With fire.

    O’Ryan sends