In the last podcast I talked about how resistance is vital to the restoration of our liberties.
In the meantime, the standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Eastern Oregon came to a tragic climax with the shooting death of Lavoy Finicum.
Was the armed occupation of the Refuge facilities a good idea? Is this the way for us to push back the federal leviathan? Or are there more effective ways of channeling our resistance, ways that are more productive, in terms of producing the outcome we ultimately want, a restoration of the American ideal of individual liberty and self-reliance?
The danger we face as individualists is becoming absorbed by the lefty collectivist horde, or being killed by them for resisting, as were tens of millions in the 20th century.
This leaves many of us with a difficult question--two, actually:
What can we do to resist the collectivist onslaught, before the shooting starts?
Should we resist at all--or should we lay low, pretending to be absorbed?
I take as a matter of faith that the answer to #2 is yes, we should resist--resistance is vital. Though it is perfectly acceptable to deceive the collectivists tactically, the objective is to defeat them, and that will, at some point, require active resistance.
The answer to #1 requires some thought and creativity, with some ideas offered in this podcast.
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