Thursday, October 14, 2010

Just stumbled across this video.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

That video shows that there it is, right there. So. . .

"Who's With Us?" (At 6:37):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Dz9XDkzds8&feature=player_embedded

More importantly, am I with you?

Without wishing to reveal my identity at this point, I have published stuff in libertarian academic works in the last 15 years or so that have no doubt convinced certain men to risk their lives in standing against Leviathan.

May I now risk any less?

The older I get, the more the answer is no.

"Aye, fight and you may die. Run, and you'll live. At least a while. And dying on your beds, many years from now, would you be willing to trade all the days, from this day to that, for one chance, JUST ONE CHANCE, to come back here, and tell our enemies, that they may take our lives, but they'll never take, OUR FREEDOM!"

Taylor Harbin said...

I approve.

CorbinKale said...

I like it. It gives a glimpse of what may unfold if the warnings are not heeded, and our efforts at avoiding a conflict fail.

The Oath Keepers tactic is a delaying action, but in the end, we are all Threepers.

Eric said...

Awesome video, Wish they gave credit to SSI though

Anonymous said...

That shot of the train fading into the picture from the holocaust was majorly powerful.

Fantastic stuff

Grenadier1

Anonymous said...

If you were wondering, the quote at the end of Snaggle-Tooth's comment is from the movie "Braveheart".

Get everyone you know to go to the polls November 2nd and vote a straight Republican ticket. You may not always agree with the Republicans, but at this time in our history it is the best way to save us from the rest of Obama's agenda.

gijeff said...

Heya Threepers,

GREAT video....just one thing....WHERE did they get those threeper and oathkeeper patches in the video? I wantses them, yes I does.

GIJeff

Capt45 said...

It would appear the movement is growing. I hope so!

KL said...

Amen.
III

Anonymous said...

Ahhhh... The romance of combat. Two hundred and more, years hence.

The romantic crack of .50 caliber rounds as they miss you and the recovery of a friend, hit by an RPG while wearing claymores which also cooked off. The tears of a stone hard killer who could not save his friends, and is guilty of survival. (appropriate music)

There is only certitude, swiftness, determination and luck. Not everyone will be lucky but everyone can be effective. "They" are committed to their goals which end our country as we knew it and steal our children's futures. They shall have neither. But they still laugh in our faces.

TPaine said...

That quote the Snaggle-Tooth posted from Braveheart has been in my mind ever since I first saw the movie, probably because William Wallace stirred something in me that had been there all along.

Freedom isn't free!

Anonymous said...

Not to undermine it, but some of the footage is from this series of (believe it or not) MTV spots:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFmkwmc1xKY

Rhett
III

Anonymous said...

The credits at the end said "Marine Cops, Commandant's Own"???? WTF, over?

Gunner

Cybrludite said...

Gunner, the clips of the Revolutionary War troops was of the USMC Drum & Bugle Corps in period costume, edited in from some other vid.