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“Who” and “What” is Guiding Your Decision?

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“Who” and “What” is Guiding Your Decision?

 

Since my “A New Year, A New Fear?” post, I have been asked, by numerous individuals, specific questions about what I think they should do, concerning the Virginia, January 20th Lobby Day rally. “Should I go?”, “Should I be armed?”, “Should I take a gas mask?” and “Do you think this guy ‘Fill in the blank’ is right?” (concerning a number of “fly by night” experts on social media and You Tube), are just some of the myriad of questions I have received.

I’m writing this to give readers MY TECHNIQUE for performing analysis on courses of action and taking advice on those COA from strangers. This is obviously not the “Be all, End all” of ways to make decisions, it is just mine. Your mileage may vary, but this particular decision is one that may land you in jail, or worse yet, in the ground, so it’s high on the priority list if you’re thinking about going to VA.

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.americanpartisan.org/2020/01/who-and-what-is-guiding-your-decision/

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That's a good discussion to see brought up in this highly emotional time.

Also a pretty reasonable discussion to have in general. 

 

Previously I had backed away from the general movement directly due to some of the more visible advocates. 

To me it really felt like a few individuals were pushing to have their dreams of romanticized  combat ,and historical relevance  fulfilled under the guise of following a legitimate movement. Regardless of the cost to those involved, or effected by the fulfillment of their desires.

 

So the influx of new voices is going to be a overall positive thing. As the movement grows wider I expect these people to get pretty nasty in attempts to hold some sort of dominance over the new parties that might be more charismatic/skilled.

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9 hours ago, Dav Harzin said:

“Who” and “What” is Guiding Your Decision?


First, I'm assuming you are asking that question as it pertains to the decision of whether or not to go to Richmond, Va. on the 20th.

At the helm of what personally motivates me, first and foremost, is a personal responsibility I can no longer ignore. I say "no longer" because "ignore" everything politically is exactly what I did for most of my life. I know for certain that the reason this country is so f***ed up is because of way too many people that are just like the way I used to be. That said, for the last 15 years I have been deeply engaged and have been most outspoken in my Constitutionally Preservatist viewpoints. So... Manning up to that I have to ask myself: Am I going to be content to run my mouth and hope it will influence the way people think, actually giving them maybe the other side of these perspectives they may have never heard before? That certainly is a big part of what I do. But when it is POSSIBLE for me to WALK THE WALK... do I? Or am I just going to TALK THE TALK? My conscience no longer allows me to convince myself there's a great reason NOT to do something that is well within my ability to do.

SO. I have full intentions on being in Richmond on the 20th. I have full intention to stand in support of a Constitution that nearly half of all Virginian voters neglected when they stayed home during their last elections. I will do my best to convince a tyrannically-minded legislative body NOT to pick the fight that MIGHT come their way if they choose to TRY and make CRIMINALS out of LAW-ABIDING Citizens.

But that's not all that motivates me. Firearms is a way of life in my area, my county, my state, my community and my family.  I cannot imagine not teaching my children how to handle, care for and operate a firearm. I cannot imagine not having a firearm to defend myself and my family. But most of all, I cannot imagine my own government wanting to take so much from me just because they are afraid of me. That means they MUST be planning something very bad FOR me.

Those are the high spots of what "guides" my decision to protect our rights, in this and every other issue.

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We are in a hell of a state of oppression from the liberal socialist Democratic Party... to say we need to be above their confrontational level is saying we need to lay down and let them run over us!  We as a constitutional construct cannot do such.  We have to stand up at some point and say no more, but before we are no longer relevant.  When is such a point as now?

 

 

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