In the first installment of this article I listed the available choices I see for right-wingers in America. To reiterate what I said in the first part, “I think we have three choices. Fold, flee or fight. Surrender to the hive, leave the areas under their control, or fight them.” I’ve given my thoughts on the first two options. I will now hold forth on the last option, fight.
Now full disclosure, I’m not former military, law enforcement, a ninja or an itinerant samurai. I don’t even study military history at the enthusiast level. I will not be able to discourse on what kind of strategy or tactics are needed to wage any kind of war on our enemies. And that is fine because I don’t think we need anyone who is qualified in those things for the foreseeable future. The battles we will be fighting will take place in courts and the court of public opinion. They will take place in the public square and in the electronic versions of it. And it will take place in the state legislatures and state houses, the schools and colleges and unions and churches and grocery stores and department stores and book stores and the electronic equivalent (Amazon.com) and it will take place in the homes of Americans. Or it won’t take place at all.
And I want to tell you a little secret about my original three choices. They are not really completely separate. For instance, suppose you live in one of the bluest of blue states and actually serve in the managerial state. From my original division you are classified as someone who has folded. You are living under the yoke of the woke state. But who is to say that you aren’t maintaining a clandestine existence as a right-wing blogger providing support and encouragement to our side? He may be part of a secret cell that coordinates activities and transfers information back and forth from behind enemy lines.
According to my division, if you leave a blue state and move to a red state then you are a fleeing the field. But what if you prefer to chose the ground from which to fight? I’ve always heard that picking the high ground is the only way to win a battle. I don’t deny that guerilla tactics are effective in some cases. But trying to lead an insurgency in one of the deep blue states like in New England is almost an impossible prospect. Finding a red state home to embrace seems like a much better opportunity to be part of the struggle. The added advantage is that while you’re fighting you can enjoy the benefits of living under a friendly regime. The laws won’t be stacked against you and your neighbors truly will be like neighbors. It’s kind of hard to reason against any of that.
Putting all of that aside what does it mean to fight for our side in America? It means working to change the system and the institutions that we live under. It means building social networks for people like us. And it means electing leaders who will have the courage to stand up to the federal government and tell them no.
With respect to this last item, I am waiting for a state legislature and governor to write a law that doesn’t cave into the non-Constitutional decisions that the Supreme Court has decided on some issue, probably on a social issue. And once the Supreme Court rules against it I am waiting for the governor to say, “I don’t care what the Supreme Court says, that is the law of our sovereign state and we’re not going to back down.” That is what I’m waiting for. Even under a democrat president I do not think we’ll be seeing troops on the ground to enforce the Supreme Court’s decision. If that happens it will be the beginning of something big. It will be the first crack in the dike. And hopefully it will be the beginning of the end of leftist tyranny.
What fighting the Leftists means is working against their interests in any and every way we can think of. Because that is the surest way to further your own interests and the quickest way to gaining freedom for all of us. Tens of millions of Americans have awakened in the last five years to the realization that the system has been rigged against us all along. This last election has proven that voting is no longer an option for fixing the system. We are going to have to forget about compromising with our enemies and we can’t assume that the Constitution is going to protect our rights. We are going to have to take what we want and only strong leaders are going to be able to help us do that. All of the weak-willed Republicans who are only interested in maintaining their perks and their place on the government gravy train have to go. If they aren’t signed up to change the system then they are part of the problem. Fighting means getting involved in the government and maybe even running for office if you have the skills. But at the very least you are going to have to get involved in process if you really want anything to change.
And finally, what do I think are the odds that one day it will come down to real fighting? Based on what I’ve seen of Antifa and BLM I don’t doubt that in blue cities and states the creepy thugs that flock to our enemies will stage riots and attack innocent people. But you notice that they don’t go outside of blue areas. That’s because in red areas they’d be shot dead and the local sheriff will say it was justified. But it could come down to federal law enforcement or even troops being sent into a state to strong arm the state government into complying with some federal law that people hate. That would be the test of how committed the locals are. Do I think there could be a shooting war? Yeah, I do. I hope I’ll never see it but I’m not dishonest enough to make believe it couldn’t happen. After that just about anything is possible. If the resistance is from private citizens then it will be pretty difficult for the feds to investigate it without the cooperation of the locals. And I can’t see the state law enforcement going out of their way to help the invaders.
But this is stuff way down the road. First, we have to elect officials who actually believe the same things we do. Then we have to hold their feet to the fire and force them to take the stands we want. After that we’ll have something to actually fight about.