Below is a draft I’d like to get comments on. All edits will be evaluated and applied where appropriate. More on tactics, objectives, organization, communication, and leadership to follow.
The federal government of the United States of America is the enemy of the American people. It has abdicated its role as protector of God-given rights and has instead become totalitarian in nature, micromanaging the lives of individuals and their businesses, confiscating their earnings and property, forcibly socially reengineering the nation against the express will of the American people, and forfeiting American sovereignty to globalist hegemons.
The object of anyone who considers himself a patriot is to remake the federal government so that it fulfills its proper roles and abides by the constitutional constraints intended for it. The ultimate goal is today as it was at the nation’s founding: individual liberty via a strictly limited government that protects the God-given rights of individuals to their lives, liberty, and property…and does no more than this.
Anyone who actively opposes these goals is to be considered a traitor. Those who labor against the American model of limited government and individual liberty are asked to leave the nation for whatever country that embodies the form of governance they find preferable, or face the consequences of their treason.
For decades, the Federal Leviathan has run roughshod over the Constitution and made a mockery of the rule of law. And with the results of the 2012 elections, the “election of a new people”—the importation of a permanent underclass to keep the rulers in permanent positions of power—has demonstrably been achieved. Thus, in order to save the globe’s last bastion of freedom, patriots are left with little choice but to take more forcible action.
The forms such forcible action will take are inchoate, and doubtlessly will be ever-evolving. What can be said, however, and in the interest of full disclosure, is that the use of violence against our nation’s usurpers remains prominently on the table.
Even since the nation took a strong turn toward totalitarianism with the radical revolution of the sixties, patriots have participated actively and entirely peacefully in the political process—the most recent example being the “T.E.A. Party” protests of 2009. For this, we have been demonized, denigrated, libeled, ridiculed, bullied, and silenced as we have watched the nation we love get dismantled piece by piece.
We patriots have no doubt that now is the twilight of the American Experiment. But we will not let our beloved land, in the defense of which so many have made the ultimate sacrifice, go quietly into that dark night.
Our options have been nearly exhausted and our patience is nearing its end, but our determination to ensure an American renaissance—a rebirth of freedom, of the primacy of the individual, of civil society and equality under the law—is stronger than ever.