Wednesday, November 5, 2014
The Siege Line Solidifies
We are still winning folks. Yesterday's vote was not a referendum for Republicans but simply more of the political movements necessary prior to an all out conflict.
I know many out there renounce the voting process we have, they throw out terms like not wanting to hold their nose and vote, or that both parties are the same. Some insist on voting for third party candidates as some sort of protest. They actually have some valid points especially in the Federal races but despite the fact that the Local races rarely get the media appeal they are still more important than many realize.
Here in Central Missouri the Siege Lines have Solidified and the people outside the various government free milk zones have overwhelmingly rejected anything with the initial D after it's name.
Will any of it make a difference or will it be as the election rejectors claim?
I doubt it changes anything at the Federal level. The Federal government will continue to whittle away at our rights, over spend, prefer minorities over Whites and continue to attack rural Americans. Perhaps it might be a little more difficult for them now but they are content with small victories and long term plans.
However at the local level the changes are palatable. Rural communities are coming together under one ideology. Perhaps due to our political process that ideology doesn't transfer to the elites who have the money to run for even small local offices but it unifies the local communities together none-the-less. It provides strength in numbers and promotes actions that benefit those communities because the once scattered loners now know they are not alone.
The political process we are seeing is necessary. Many patriots lament the fact that no one wants to put their money where their mouth is and act but they don't understand we have not moved to that particular phase yet. Perhaps it takes only three percent to fight but it takes a group far larger than three percent to politically move to that phase. It requires a sizable political will on a local and regional level to start.
And that is what we are seeing folks. Sizable political will on the local level not promoting one ideology over another but rejecting one that wishes us harm. And that my friends is what get's the ball rolling. A common foe. A sense of unity on some level.
This is where it begins.
Don't look at this as a Republican win. Look at it as the lines solidifying. Look at it as an acknowledgement of common ground with common foes.
The way things are going we may never make it to an actual confrontation anyway. The entire system is liable to collapse before the entire political process is complete anyway. Yet even if the house of cards comes crashing down rural communities will still benefit from this political process. It's necessary regardless of which outcome we end up with.
Keep Prepping Everyone!!!