Twelve Jurors Have Spoken, American Justice is Dead

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The twelve jurors who labeled President Donald J. Trump a felon ripped away the last fragments of delusion clouding the eyes of untold millions. There is no justice in America. History will remember these twelve as catalysts who drove the final nail in the coffin of the land of the free and the home of the brave. Democrats celebrate America’s destruction, and prove themselves fools, albeit dangerous fools.

America as we know it is dead. The Constitutional Republic that our peaceful and comfortable society has thrived under is gone. There is no ability to conserve what has already passed.

Trump exposed the complete rot in the institutions upon which our society functions, from education to healthcare to the Federal Reserve and the bureaucratic nightmares of every single federal agency and the military industrial complex. He challenged the ruling class, and this posed a significant threat to their continued plundering of the American people. If the ruling class who controls these institutions are not removed from their positions en masse in an efficient and swift manner, it will be left to Americans who refuse to live in “comfortable slavery” to abolish the current government and form a new one to secure a free and prosperous future.

This idea, while formidable, is not unprecedented. Our ancestors did it, and they would champion our cause today in greater fervor than anyone else.

Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”

The Declaration of Independence, 1776

These words were written after years and years of peaceful supplications for reprieve. These words were not made lightly, nor were the 56 men who signed the document ignorant of the force that would come against them. The King of England wasn’t about to lose his power and influence and the abundant wealth of the American colonies without a fight. Today’s Americans have peacefully tolerated more abuses by the American Empire for a longer period of time than our ancestors did under the British Empire.

Difficult and dangerous times are ahead for Americans. These difficulties and dangers are enhanced by the traitorous inaction of those tasked with securing America’s borders. They are enhanced by the corrupted judicial systems in all 50 states, as well as the federal courts. They are enhanced by the ego-driven elitists from both parties. They are enhanced by the meek passivity preached from the pulpit. They are enhanced by the lack of individual preparation and resolve to face the truth of what is upon us.

Fellow Americans, we must mentally, spiritually, and physically prepare for subsistence living. We must prepare ourselves to self-rescue. We must prepare ourselves for armed conflict on American soil. Those who have reconciled themselves with their Creator have the assurance of a continued life, but we are commissioned by the same Creator to provide for our own physical security, preservation, and prosperity while breath remains in our lungs.

A slim chance remains to give us more time to prepare. The Trump campaign released a statement saying it received 52.8 million in donations within 24 hours of the guilty verdict. Faithful and honest Americans see what is happening and are going to try one more attempt to stave off the coming storm via the ballot box. There are legitimate concerns that Trump’s life is in imminent danger. Those who inhabit the halls of power are just as loath to give it up as was the King of England in 1776.

May the Almighty sustain us in our hour of need.