Comment: My perspective...

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My perspective...

"As others have stated, losing your rights you actuallly still have over an act of civil disobedience is a fools errand."

If this is true, they were obviously never rights in the first place. The simple fact that we are afraid of losing them proves that. This is the problem.

"If this march happens and a firefight were to ensue, the national implications of what will result will be detrimental to our movement to restore constitutional government to the United States of America."

The national implications of Lexington and Concord was the creation of the constitutional government of the United States of America, everything we are trying to defend and restore today.

In my eyes and in the eyes of many around the world, our complicity in the crimes of our government make us just as guilty as them. We're sitting here debating whether or not to take part in an act of civil disobedience because we MIGHT lose some imagined "right" that the government MIGHT try to take away while they kill innocent people around the world and at home. Think about that.

NOTE: I am not advocating violence in any way. The content of the post is for intellectual, theoretical, and philosophical discussion. FEDS, please don't come to my house.