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Andrew Pontbriand

July 5, 2014

239 years ago the Founding Fathers declared independence from the oppressive Crown of England. At that time, the Crown owned the land, and the 13 colonies of America were Crown Colonies. However, the tyranny from a foreign government as the colonists saw it, was beginning to become more than enough to take sitting down.

In the decade preceding the Revolutionary War, Britain’s unemployment levels and beggars in the streets grew, which caused King George to do what tyrants love to do, and that is create new laws and taxes. This was felt immediately in the Colonies. Not long after the Sugar Act was passed, the British Parliament passed the Currency Act of 1764. In short, the Currency Act outlawed the Colonial Script, the money issued by local governments which successfully helped the Colonies’ economies grow. Small wealth accumulated during the time of the Colonial Script, along with the growth of small businesses.

The Colonies though, took a haircut of 2 Colonial Scripts for 1 British pound, once the Currency Act was passed. This deeply troubled the Colonists, and brought them one step closer to the Declaration of Independence.

As soon as the quartering of British troops became policy, essentially forcing Colonists to pay for their own enslavement; the minds of men sparked with flames of revolutionary thinking. The Stamp Act in a nutshell stripped the Colonists of ever truly owning property, on top of the multiple taxes it created on top of the already unaffordable tax rate, (which by the way is where the term taxation without representation comes from) and now British Soldiers were enforcers for the King with no-knock warrants and Kangaroo Courts.

This sounds and looks familiar you say? The Crown self destructed as far as keeping the Colonies part of England, as the high taxes, troops on the streets, rapid unemployment, and predatory Central banks from a foreign power created the climate for revolution. Are we not there?

We have reached the point where police in America have become enforcers for the IRS, and in turn enforce and collect for the government as a whole. No knock raids, police [and military] are on the streets, and of course Central banking has been plundering the United States for 102 years. It is also true, that the climate for a revolution is ripe, and some may say it has started. (more…)

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Andrew Pontbriand
June 17, 2015

“A movement is either organized or unorganized. That is not to say it must be centralized. That is a misrepresentation of a movement in the sense that society has defined what a movement is or should be, wrapped it up with a bow, and inserted it into a fixed apparatus. Again this sort of predetermination is the antagonist of free thought and a free individual, and the antithesis of true liberty.”


We have been approaching a cross-road in America for some time now. Not everyone recognizes it because, a large portion of society is still well insulated and secured in their bubble. A bubble of ignorance, whether it is chosen or due to a lack of information.

For the first time ever, society has transformed into a population of informed people young and old, as those who lack technological know-how, such as not understanding the Internet or social media, are reaching old age, thus having [little to] no effect on society. The majority of Americans, including children even as young as four or five years old, have the know-how to use smart technology and have information at their fingertips. Therefore ignorance is now a choice, and that choice in regards to how our society is affected by authority, is actually a threat to those who wish to live peacefully.

376373_NYThe corner of society that is painfully aware of the tyranny we face, like increasing abuses by the police, privacy intrusions of the NSA, a purposely collapsed monetary system run by private bankers, corporate control of the media, the justice system, and even war itself, must address a question.1508148_10152493418172796_2113861892_n

A question some wish to ignore completely, less print it or type it on a computer that is connected to the very internet that is wiretapped. This is due to fear and rightfully so, as free speech is seemingly just a distant memory discussed in front of a campfire on a Friday night.

The question? (Switch to private connection.(more…)