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For many of us, July 4 is a bitter reflection on what our nation was, and what it has become. Insane women use activist judges to mutilate their children and attempt to imprison the fathers for resisting. Police arrest normal people who defend themselves from Austin to San Francisco and allow antifa scum to walk free. You are harassed, humiliated, fired from your job, and made a target of law enforcement and media scrutiny if you dare to verbally oppose the destruction of your heritage by foreigners barely a generation deep in your homeland.
But, the founders suffered worse than we have by far.
Five signers were captured by the British as traitors, and tortured before they died. Twelve had their homes ransacked and burned. Two lost their sons in the revolutionary army, another had two sons captured. Nine of the 56 fought and died from wounds or hardships of the revolutionary war.
–Michael W Smith
On January 6, the man we thought would back us and protect us, sold us out. Now good people from Texas and across the nation are going to prison and are locked up without the medical care they need for 23 hours a day in federal prison. Make no mistake, your rage and your frustration is justified. Despair never is.
There will come a day when our jokes about Zulu hordes and Martini-Henrys aren’t jokes anymore. Our parasitic enemies have spent 80 years deepening their holds on the hall of power. They import cannon fodder to rape our women and children and murder us in the streets. They crack down on us for looking after our own and shame us for any expression of normalcy. We cannot live along side them anymore.
Never forget what they have done. Never forgive. Your ancestors suffered far worse than you have. You have a duty to fight back.