Wednesday, July 8, 2020

A Call to ARM: The case for an American Revolution Movement for Self-Defense

As sub-nihilist mobs terrorize the nation, Democrats cheer on the violence, defund the police and hold the National Guard at bay. Americans have little choice but to protect themselves against the well-funded, highly organized forces of the left. When Americans do attempt to protect their lives and property, they find themselves all alone, like the couple in St. Louis, with no local or national network to back them up.
By now the need for such a network should be evident to all but the willfully blind. Let this writer suggest a form it could take: ARM, the American Revolution Movement for Self-Defense.
ARM would be dedicated to the preservation of gains the American Revolution secured, such as constitutional rights, and the protection of American lives and property. ARM would support the rule of law and oppose rule by the mob, a single political party, or some Great Leader.
On the information side, ARM would reinforce basic realities. All human beings are created equal and endowed by their creator with the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. No moral defect accrues to any human being because of factors they cannot control, such as skin shade. Likewise, no person automatically gains status or privilege for the same reasons.
On the organizational side, ARM would connect Americans seeking to defend themselves and their nation against those now inflicting violence and terror. For example, since police will not respond, the couple in St. Louis threatened with death by a violent mob could tap local and state ARM members for backup.
When anti-Semitic mobs show up to vandalize synagogues and attempt to inflict a Kristallnacht on Christian churches, pastors and rabbis could tap ARM to hold off the attack. An ARM presence at political rallies would keep the sub-nihilists away. Call it a strategic defense initiative, a simple extension and reinforcement of what embattled locals are already doing.
Read the rest from Lloyd Billingsley HERE.

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