Words are very important for the conveyance of concepts. The Founders were meticulous
in their expression of concepts. Many words, however, have had their meanings changed
by the educational process and other societal methods, the effect being that we
have lost some of what we were as Americans. Does there exist today a form of genocide,
to the very concept of Liberty itself, through the use of words to effect change
by means of covert subversion of longstanding definitions?
An understanding of contemporary government schools reveals a widespread
loathing by today's young people against the hegemonic control of curriculum,
hypocritical authority figures, and American society itself. Where did this
come from? It is because of the natural rebelliousness of youth, or is there
something more sinister afoot deliberately tearing the next generation away
from their heritage? What are their teachers doing with them during most of
their waking hours, anyway: education, or indoctrination? How destructive has
public schooling been to American civilization?
Governments do not create value; anything they have was first taken from somebody
else. The Framers understood the inherently dangerous nature of the State, which
is why they sought to shackle it with the chains of the Constitution. Understanding
the confiscatory powers of government is integral towards coming to terms with
its justifications for why it initiates force against the citizenry.
It is taken as a given, by most Americans, that nearly all commercial activity
necessarily revolves around the use of a bank account. Despite general concerns
about financial privacy (as well as legal statutes that effectively turn bank employees
into de facto government informants), political dissidents commonly either recommend
people should switch from having an account with a national bank to one with a
regional bank or credit union, or they completely ignore this topic altogether.
If Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street activists are both truly incredulous about
the government's excuses regarding the malfeasance of high finance in recent years,
is it not about time to at least consider a more consistent approach in successfully
dealing with this particular area of the corporatocracy?
Professional police first appeared in America almost a half-century after the ratification
of the Constitution. The Framers had contemplated enforcement of the Law as the
duty of private citizens, with few constables and sheriffs on the side who could
be called upon when necessary. Modern policing would be regarded by the Framers
as abhorrent to the fundamental principles of republicanism, especially considering
how the growth of militarized police has permanently expanded the centralized power
of the State.
Historically, patriots have been particularly concerned about the behavior of the
government's foremost agents in the field. Thus, it would behoove everyone within
the Patriot Community to learn how to diplomatically interact with officers, by
following some "rules of the road" so as to retain what liberty we have left. Tonight,
we will be discussing how to handle police interrogations and what you need to
do in order to turn these involuntary encounters around in your favor.
Are members of the Patriot Community discouraged from engaging
in certain activities because they anticipate certain consequences
would occur if such activities were conducted? We will be looking
at what behaviors are discouraged and what the implied consequences
would be. What best serves restoration of Constitutional government?
Many people have their own peculiar notions of what constitutes a social contract.
Some think that it is a mutually beneficial contract with government, yet others
consider it to be an excuse for coercive manipulation by the state. Are either of
these true, or is there another explanation altogether? More importantly, does any
notion of the social contract really matter in terms of securing our Liberties?
It has been a common fear amongst those within the Patriot Community that with
the growth of the American police state, it was only a matter of time until a condition
of martial law was overtly enacted. However, does it really benefit the enemy rebel
government to place Americans en garde in order to push their tyrannical agenda?
Are military checkpoints laced with concertina wire filled with armed soldiers
asking for your "papers" really a realistic expectation? Or is perhaps the entire
notion of a governmentally imposed "martial law" simply a myth?
Security Teams function as an extension of, and an added layer of preparedness
and self-defense, not only of a single individual, or situation, but of each member
of the team and their family.
Given the many situations in which a higher standard of awareness and security
is required, actually demanded, each team member must be assured of other member's
individual commitment to the group's overall security.
This program on Security Teams will cover a wide range of topics related to the
"How, Why, and When" of forming Security Teams, and will include information addressing
the greatest vulnerabilities faced by individuals and groups seeking such additional
layers of preparedness.
On July 20, 2012, Randy Mack received a rather surprising visit from and Alphabet
Agency of the government. The visit lasted over three hours and makes for a rather
interesting story. Randy will be discussing this visit on this special program.