Where We Are:
Where We Should Be:
“I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.”
Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto after attacking Pearl Harbor.*
Australia’s citizens truly are like a sleeping giant. It is time to awaken them and fill them with a terrible resolve to defeat the domestic enemies of our Constitution and their globalist fellow travelers. If we wake the citizens up, this country will be saved. If we don’t, then I fear that this country will fall. If we can’t get the citizens to step up and do what must be done to save our country, then how can we expect to get the next generation of our people to do what must be done?
So, let’s WAKE THEM UP so they can help us wake up the whole nation and so they can take the lead in restoring this country and resisting the plans of the enemy.
If we reach the citizens fast and “reactivate” them, with their leadership we can get our neighbourhoods, towns, districts and states squared away so we won’t be weak and desperate when the fiat money system crashes. The stronger ‘We the People’ are within our states, the less pretext there will be for “martial law” during a crisis and the less likely the current serving military and police will be to go along with it.
The more wide awake and prepared the citizens are, the more they can lead their neighbours in weathering the storm without sacrificing liberty on the alter of temporary security. Citizens can lead the people in standing up and defending the powers reserved to the states or to the people, resisting the liberty crushing plans of the political and financial elites who intend to use chaos as an excuse to scrap our Constitution and national sovereignty once and for all.
Time is short, and we must get the citizens to focus on:
- Food, fuel, emergency medical, and communications security and independence (and general preparedness) ― as individuals, within local neighbourhood mutual aid societies, churches, co-ops, farmers markets, and at the town, district and state levels. As a start, follow the advice on Provident Living (you don’t need to be LDS to learn from their experience in food storage and preparedness, or to use their canning facilities). Grow gardens. Support your local farmers. Fight any regulation that would limit your ability to grow your own food. Why is food first? Because it is the hardest to improvise, and it is a great weakness of modern man, who, with few exceptions, no longer stores up for bad times. Ditto for fuel and medical supplies. And when it comes to communications, we must have in place an alternative system, such as HAM Radio, so if/when the internet comes down (or is taken down) we can still communicate (for example, if each town had a HAM Radio, that would provide a state-wide network).
- Physical security and Independence ― again as individuals, neighbourhoods, towns, districts and states, to include forming neighbourhood watches; mutual aid associations; a volunteer posse (staffed by self-supplied volunteers but under direct command of the local constable); and district militias established by local ordinances but staffed by self-supplied and self-funded volunteers (as is done in volunteer SES units all over this nation); state defence forces under command of the Governor; and ultimately, a true state militia, established by state statute, capable of “repelling invasions”. As for training, a great first step for the newbie or for those who are rusty would be to attend a rifle instruction program, offered for a pittance in every state by traveling volunteer instructors.
- Economic security and independence – as individuals and communities, including barter networks, use of silver and gold as real money, and sound money bills at the district and state levels. This would also include each of us having a “liberty trade” ― something you can do even in a very localised, back-to-basics economy, and we must support and build resilient local economies that can weather hard times. We must have an alternative to the fiat money system in place when it collapses, so we can resist what the globalists have in store for us next.
- State sovereignty and nullification of unconstitutional federal laws and actions. Citizens must support only local councillors and state legislators, and governors who have the knowledge, courage, and integrity to keep their oaths. To vote for an oath breaker, is to become an oath breaker. We must enforce the bounds of the Constitution and defend the powers reserved to the states and to the people by supporting state sovereignty resolutions and nullification of unconstitutional laws. Likewise, we must defend the inherit power of the jury to judge the law as well as the facts and to acquit even in the face of the law (jury nullification). And eventually we must kick the bums out of Canberra and replace them with citizen legislators.
To learn more about what I have planned, read my upcoming articles that will provide details on each of the above. Certainly, there are other critical actions that all of us should be taking to both stop abuse of our rights and to restore our country, but the above four areas of focus are absolutely essential if we are to resist the plans of the globalist elites. These are necessary. We must be strong in these four areas when the crash comes.
What we do now, in whatever time we have left, will be critical. We must focus on solutions, not just diagnoses of the problems. And the solution is to restore our country from the bottom up, strengthening our communities at the neighbourhood, town, district and state levels as we go. None of us has a crystal ball. We don’t know exactly at what point the collapse will come. But when it comes we will certainly be in a stronger position than we are now, if we start from the bottom up, rather than putting all of our focus on Canberra, as people tend to do.
Maybe we will only have time to get our neighbourhoods ready. Maybe we will be fortunate enough to be squared away at the district level when the collapse comes. Or maybe we will be fortunate enough to have time to get it done all the way up to the state level. Certainly, we can work on all levels at the same time, but it is best to focus most of our energy on ourselves and our local communities, and work our way up from there. And we can do it in both the private and public sphere. We shouldn’t put all our eggs in any one basket. Let’s build up public institutions, but also while doing so, let’s take private action as individuals, family, friends, and neighbours.
Once again, we should be doing all of the above anyway, because that’s what it means to be a free people in free, sovereign states, in a constitutional monarchy, but it is especially crucial as we face the prospects of a coming economic collapse. Time is short, so please help me spread the message to all citizens and all Australians, and turn the tide.
Throughout our history, all of our enemies have misjudged the strength and resolve of the Australian people. Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan also misjudged our resolve, confusing our love of prosperity and peace with weakness, only to awaken a sleeping giant that kicked them in the teeth. Our enemies have always misjudged us as being too soft, too decadent, too disorganised and weak to put up much of a fight. And we have proved them wrong every time. The same holds true now, in the fight against the globalist, power-mad ‘elites’ who think they have us pegged, think they have it all figured out, and think we are too weak to resist their plans. It’s time to give them a lesson in Australian ingenuity and resolve.