One Man’s Terrorist Is Another Man’s Freedom Fighter, by Brandon Smith

Basic definitions: people who fight for their freedom are heroes, and people who demonize and persecute them are evil. From Brandon Smith at alt-market.us:

 

In order for tyranny to be established, people who love freedom must first be demonized.

It seems like this would be an easy historic fact to accept, however, it’s very common for state propagandists and establishment shills in the media to cloud the argument. The conflict between the political left, globalists, conservatives and patriots is awash in misdirection. This article is my appeal to cut through that engineered fog, but before anything else is discussed, we need to recognize a fundamental truth:

If leftists and globalists were not trying to take away our individual and inherent liberties, then we conservatives and moderates would have no reason to fight.

The political left and the globalists are the ONLY people consistently using censorship, mob intimidation, violence, economic ransom, subversion and government oppression to get what they want. And, what they want is control; there is no denying it.

Again, let’s think about this for a moment: Who are the real villains in this story? The people who want to be left alone to live their lives in quiet freedom? Or, the people that want to forcefully impose their will on the world by any means necessary?

They can call it “progress”, they can call it futurism, they can call it the “great reset”, they can call it Utopia, but there is no getting around the reality that leftists and globalists have a vision of the world that is distinctly hostile to independent thought. What’s worse is, they think THEY are the good guys.

Conservatives and constitutionalists are “monsters” to them. Why? Because we exist and we refuse to comply. That is all there is to it. Otherwise, we have done NOTHING to them except defend ourselves in the most limited ways.

In recent months the words “terrorist” and “insurrectionist” have been used monotonously in the media to describe conservatives. The Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act, introduced in Congress this year, goes even further and specifically targets conservative activist groups as the primary threat to the stability of the US government. Leftists are still calling the protest at the Capitol Building an “attack on democracy” by “terrorists and white supremacists”.

If people walking unarmed into a building and then leaving quietly after an hour is terrorism and insurrection, then what would they call it if we actually physically defended ourselves against the usurpation of our civil rights?

These are labels some of us in the alternative media have been expecting for many years. We knew that the numerous pieces of national security and surveillance legislation passed under George W. Bush and Barack Obama, supposedly aimed at Islamic terrorists, would one day be used against all of us. It was only a matter of time. We were called “conspiracy theorists” 15 years ago for suggesting as much, now we are prophetic, but the mainstream will never admit it.

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2 responses to “One Man’s Terrorist Is Another Man’s Freedom Fighter, by Brandon Smith

  1. Pingback: One Man’s Terrorist Is Another Man’s Freedom Fighter, by Brandon Smith | STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC – Additional survival tricks

  2. Left right left right left right. Sounds like an army training procedure. There will never be a winner if you think in this way. It is divisive. End of story. We must find the middle path. To achieve balance. Like the scales. This is the path to peace. Mr Trump knows this. Its basic common sense. Else both sides will defend their positión. Both are losers. Fighting for a side but forgetting that two halves make a whole. And it is this ‘whole’ that we need to develop if we ever want to evolve as a human race collectively. The polarities need to balanced.

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