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Patriot Organizations

  1. sparkleplenty27
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    A google search produces MANY patrioot organizations, each with a slightly different slant. So since we have reached critical mass in this country with major problems and the government ursurping our freedoms, and signing away our sovereignty, I find it curious that these organizations are not alligned with common objectives, rather than re-inventing the wheel on a near-daily basis. Further, some of these groupos are headed by 'nobody's' who seem to regard their role as a stepping stone to some level of political aspiration. Thus, their actions (or lack thereof) are suspect, because they don't seem at all motivated to leap into the fray and actually do work to organize states, to create a national referendum, or some dramatic legal action to stop the government in its tracks. The most flagrant abuser of a go-nowhere group - Resistnet.com. The 2 or 3 people in self-proclaimed charge seem eager to get in front of a group or member of the media, but far less likely to create actions that require work. Many states (with their state-based organizations) are fired up, eager to do something, and yet often complianing about lack of direction. I know that several people have complained (on postings on the site) and have been immediately bumped off for daring to question the powers that be. I know of someone who organized a state-wide meeting (the first in the nation) and in the course of that effort, was bumped off and thus had to cancel the meeting with no means of communicating with the state's members.

    So I am quite confused about just what these groups are about - why exist if not to organize and activate a groundswell of people? I believe there is absolutely NO time to be wasted. We are under seige of crises, and threats to our existence, culture, freedoms, etc. and it is some national movement that must rise to the top and become leaders. So far they sit back and beg for money to run an advertisement, hold tea parties and rallies (all well and good, but do nothing to stem the tide of national destruction), and express platitudes about what they are doing.

    We don't need to have them report news that we have found elsewhere; we don't need them to do talk shows or create signs to carry. We need an action plan that each state can implement that serves a national goal. PERIOD. We sure as heck don't need more censoring by these groups when we are being followed by government.

    My guess is that some of the leadership at these groups, especially Resistnet, are too inexperienced, too insecure, too immature to step up and get the job done.

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  2. In THIS country? Really? I hardly think Canadians are this radical.

  3. What u need is a dolf, most people in Britain are just getting on with our lives.

  4. I'm not a New England or a Tom Brady fan, so I shy away from anything in volving the Patriots.

  5. It's apricots I can't stand, I've tried them with everything, rice, custard, double cream even good old evaporated milk. You always get that stringy bit that gets stuck in yer teeth, and you suck on it and try to work it out with your tongue, if you are in a posh restaurant you might discreetly have a shot with your little fingernail, and all the while you are thinking "please don't say anything to make me laugh."
    I always take a box of matches with me if I know we are going to have apricots, then you can discreetly excuse yourself and scuttle off to the powder room, once safely ensconced in a cubicle you can dig the little rascal out.

  6. ...FLASH NEWS!

    The most expensive fruit in Indonesia is melon kotak. (kotak = cube)

    It's cube not round, it's sweet, it's 15 bucks each. (It's price equals to 45 papayas, or 100 pineapples.)

  7. Fifteen bucks for a cube of Kotex! Outrageous! And I'll be damned if I'm gonna stuff 100 pineapples down my...

    Sorry?

    ...oh...never mind...

  8. @Gentledove - would a "Dolph" count (as in Rocky IV and acclaimed B-Movie actor Dolph Lundgren)?

  9. The most expensive fruit in Vancouver is named Billy.

  10. I knew a crab called Dolph
    he lived in Poole Harbour with his kin
    in the nook of a tiny gulf
    Now Dolph lived under a terrible
    misapprehension
    silly but understanderble
    for he thought the Harbour
    in which he lived was Pearl
    not Poole, what a pavalaver!
    Every day he sat and trembled
    for terror that they might come back
    those Japs and bomb his little assemble.

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