Behind Enemy Lines: Smuggling routes into the Northeast Tyrannical States.
I have been asked how it is that we get banned material behind enemy lines in the Northeast. There is no particular secret as to the porousness of the borders of these five states, CT, MD, NJ, NY & now RI. A glance at the map will tell you that all are vulnerable to seaborne smuggling, as the prohibitionists of the 20s found out the hard way. Overland, eastern Pennsylvania makes a perfect staging area for private vehicle shipments, as does VT and NH. UPS, FedEx and the USPS all still function quite well for direct shipments to volunteers behind enemy lines to and from blind addresses. Mostly this involves friend to friend transfers, arranged surreptitiously face to face and almost impossible to trace. The purpose of the smuggling is two-fold. First, to demonstrate the absolute powerlessness of the forces of state violence to actually enforce an unenforceable law without roadblocks and extremely intrusive methods which will alienate their own population (i.e registered voters). And second, to goad them into taking those measures which will demonstrate their fundamental unAmerican, Gestapo tactics to their political loss. They painted themselves into this corner. Let's see them get out of it. We have only to "Defy. Resist. Evade. Smuggle."
"Is this Connecticut, or New Jersey? I've lost track."
Don't forget to "run a dummy" or two - e.g. a truck with out-of-state plates (Southern, preferably), loaded with absolutely nothing. The possibilities for 'deflection' are endless.
Sorta like the designated decoy who, on seeing a cop I the shadows across the street, stumbles out of the bar, drops his keys a few times, puts his head back for a few minutes before starting the car and creeping down the block, without a drop of alcohol in his system.
Gets the popo's attention & ties him up with B.S. while all the drunks drive past them both.
I think it might work well to run a "liberty swap meet" here in NH. hold it on private property and make it "invitation only"
you left out the NYC counties of NYS
one esteemed commenter elsewhere reminded
us that there are six (6) bridges across
With the 'wilds' of Canada to the North and the Open Atlantic to the South not much guards the borders of the Eastern States ...
Then there is all those yachties who ply up and down the coast ... for "recreation"!
Isn't it amazing that these are the very same "Sons Of Liberty" states that fought so hard for liberty in the late 1700s ?
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