Using the enemy’s apparatus

It is disadvantageous but on the plus side annoys the hell out of the enemy

by Jon Davy

One of the “problems” we in the Freedom Movement have is that we are using Facebook, Twitter etc etc  to convey our communications and promote our ideas.

In essence then, we are in the position of using the communication apparatus of “the enemy” to disseminate much of our communications. 

I define  “enemy” here as the corporate/big bucks aristocracy who have a definite idea agreed upon among themselves of what sort of world the human race “needs”.

That world has little to do with a decent environment for the plebs and riffraff like you and has a great deal to do with maintaining the liberty of the aforementioned aristos to indulge their  money-grubbing, kiddy-diddling and assorted other dark impulses without having to worry about being brought to justice by the rest of us.

Hence the hoped-for dis-empowerment of “the rest of us”.

So the enemy owns much of the modern communication apparatus. Imagine if the Allies during WWII only had Hitler’s radio and telegraph technology on which to relay their communications and had no radios of their own.

That’s kind of the situation we are in.

Yet, amazingly, we are still somehow winning the war!

It kind of sounds bad but consider this also:

Imagine how Hitler would have felt upon discovering the messages and ideas of the allies all over his radio and telegraph communications and not only did he have a torrid time getting rid of them, every time he switched on a ruddy radio, there was Winston Churchill announcing to the world that Hitler is a complete twat.

Every problem is an opportunity.

That is all.

Jon Davy writes exclusively for UK Reloaded and The Liberty Beacon network



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