I hope that President Trump finds a platform soon and gives us a rousing speech and declares himself the leader in exile of the free people of the former United States of America. I hope he gives us his version of the St. Crispin’s Day speech to raise our spirits and begin this period in exile on a high note. I hope he raises his flag and begins building an alternative to the Republican party so that we have something we can belong to that stands for what we believe in. And when he does I’ll join it on the first day and support it any way I can.
But I don’t feel like waiting. I’m in the mood to mutiny. I aim to misbehave. I hereby declare myself a charter member of Free America. Free America is the part of the former United states of America that rejects the fraudulent elections that took place in 2020 and will maintain a nation in exile until we are freed from the control of the Pretender who will soon inflict his evil and illegitimate control over us in any way he can.
I will do all that is within my very meager powers to lend support and comfort to anyone of my brothers and sisters out there who is of the same spirit. I will do my best to provide information and hopefully morale for those of us who are unrepresented in the tyrannical regime that has usurped power in Washington.
So until someone comes up with a better term and builds a more meaningful platform to represent our people, Orion’s Cold Fire will be the headquarters for Free America and the voice of free Americans living within the borders of Post-America. Tell all your friends that they are invited to come and speak their minds and share information and provide encouragement for the rest of us who don’t feel like just knuckling under and giving up all hope. Giving up is stupid and weak. There’s too much here worth keeping alive here to allow these creeps to win without even trying. So that’s what I feel like saying today. If someone smarter and stronger and with a bigger following wants to lead then let him show up and I’ll wave his banner. But until that day I’ll make a start and plant my flag and say, “Here I am.”