Friday, October 4, 2019

The Right—and Duty—to Be At All Times Armed.

American Political Stability is Derived from the Right to Revolution.

By Brad Patty, September 23, 2019

During the Viking Age, there was a man called Þorgnýr the Lawspeaker. The Lawspeaker’s office made him spokesmen for Swedes who owned their own farms—while not ‘citizens’ in our sense, they were a class of ordinary free people whose interests sometimes differed from those of their kings and lords. One such king, for reasons of pride, tried to draw Þorgnýr’s people into an unwanted war. This resulted in an outcry, and the king held a public meeting to persuade the people to go along. Þorgnýr spoke at this meeting, and reminded the King that seven previous kings had been drowned in a nearby well when they proved resistant to the advice of the people, and should reconsider his war.
And so he did.
Þorgnýr would have understood the American notion of the right of revolution. According to the Declaration of Independence, it is “the Right of the People to alter or to abolish” a government that becomes destructive of their rights.
Tellingly, our Constitution also guarantees that  “the Right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” This right can frustrate those who hold a social position similar to Þorgnýr’s kings and lords. Although some of our elites incessantly invoke “revolutions”—Bernie Sanders, for example—a revolution to thwart the will of politicians at the behest of an armed citizenry is not what they have in mind.
Paradoxically, the right to revolution, rather than engendering turmoil, actually fosters internal stability. Of course, in the face of insistent kings, violent revolution is not out of the question. But by asserting a right to revolt, Þorgnýr stopped a king from launching a ruinous war.The right of revolution offers a counterbalance against those who wield the power of the state. It allows ordinary people to resist criminal cartels and similar groups. Revolutions sometimes come, but by far the greater effect is peace.
Politicians do not like to feel threatened, but the power of the people to overthrow them is philosophically legitimate and has historically been an important mechanism for both advancing liberty and ensuring stability.
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  1. New 'law' says citizens may now shoot police officers??

    I know Anna does not like TROH but this was an interesting post to say the least

  2. It’s up to you: Don’t let them take your guns. Tim Harmsen with Sebastian Gorka on AMERICA First

    Sebastian Gorka on AMERICA First
    AMERICA First is the newest nationally-syndicated radio show in the United States, part of the Salem Radio Network. The host, Sebastian Gorka PhD., served most recently as Deputy Assistant for Strategy to the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, and is author of the New York Times bestselling book “Defeating Jihad.” His latest book is “Why We Fight: Defeating America’s Enemies – With No Apologies.” You can follow him on Twitter @SebGorka, on Facebook, and on Instagram @sebastian_gorka. AMERICA First is available on the iTunes podcast app, streams live at, and is on YouTube. You can contact him here.

    1. America First may be a clue folks
      And Salem Radio Network - hmm isn't that where the witches were burned at the sake?

      Look at America first from a different angle, they may be saying America is the first in line for their diobolical plans?

      Published 83% reduction in our population before 2025

      US, UK, Germany and Switzerland all to take huge population hits, hmm white nations that they are flooding with immigrants

      Just some thoughts

  3. The 'political class' has to lose its impunity. The main reason they continue to behave in such an antihuman manner is that the actual physical skin on their actual physical butts are not in actual physical danger. When this changes, so will they.