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Tuesday, September 24, 2013


How the Second Amendment Guarantees America's Freedom

Just Released on Constitution Day, 2013

The Second Amendment: "A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed."

Watch this trailers of the movie, MOLON LABE featuring Chuck Baldwin, Stewart Rhodes, Larry Pratt, Ron Paul, G. Edward Griffin, David R. Gillie, Edwin Vieira, Jr., and others.

MOLON LABE is a film inspired by the book, The Sword and Sovereignty by Edwin Vieira, Jr. The book and the film explore the "power of the sword" and how it guarantees American's freedom. The book is available at Amazon.

History has demonstrated time and again that, to the degree citizens are unarmed or disarmed, government suppression and tyranny are inevitable.

The Founders of the United States knew these lessons well. This is why the U.S. Constitution not only acknowledges and guarantees the "right to keep and bear arms -- but the DUTY to be well-organized as state militias reporting to their respective governors.

But this duty, as well as the militia, are often misunderstood. As a result, a "gun-control lobby" has been steadily eroding the original intent of the Founders by passing illegal gun control "laws", funding a standing global army, and destroying the 300-year old militia system established by WE THE PEOPLE.

Help us get word out about this important film, and the real purposes of the Second Amendment. It is available here:


In the word of the Founders, we did NOT Shoot at the "British" Government! In "THEIR WORDS" we shot at OUR Government. Back then, they were all British subjects and Colonialists. The vast majority of us COLONIALISTS the Founding Fathers wanted to REMAIN British subjects.

It was not until OVER A YEAR into the Revolutionary War, from April 19th, 1775 until the Declaration of Independence, that the Founders and Colonial population wanted to be Independent from the "British" Government. OVER A YEAR of War. They only wanted to have the Government of that time to respect our individual Rights as British citizens!

That is why it took "Three Strikes of the Match" three murders of numbers of our citizens by our Government for our people to actually engage against our Government on April 19th, 1775. It takes a lot of anger and super indignant people to arouse them to shoot at Government usurpers, tyrants and oppressors.

Please understand these facts. When the Militia shot and killed our Policemen and Soldiers in "Red Coats", they KNEW that they were shooting at our own Government and our own Police and our own soldiers.

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