Authors: G.S. Kyle
The Revolution Begins
Text copyright © 2013 G.S.Kyle
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Thanks and Praise to God for all things.
To my beautiful wife and children. I love you all.
To each and every Patriot, I appreciate your dedication and willingness to sacrifice for your country.
To the families of
Chris Kyle, and Chad Littlefield: My sincerest sympathies for your loss. While our government has refused to recognize the great loss of our heroes, the flag in my heart will be at half-mast eternally.
For those of you unfamiliar with the term MOLON
LABE, it comes from ancient history. When the Spartan King Leonidas (along with 300 of his Spartan warriors) was facing down an army of Persian soldiers nearly one million in strength, he was ordered by the much larger force to lay down his arms. His reply was “MOLON LABE” which translates in today’s terms to “Come and get them.”
I know how frustrating it is to sit and watch as our country is divided and conquered by socialist agendas. I wrote this
book, not as a call to arms, but as an idea of what a revolution would look like in today’s world. Our children and families will suffer. A revolution such as this one would require much bloodshed and a steadfast dedication to victory. The victory will not be measured in ground gained, or battles won, but in the return of our Constitution, intact and unmolested.
I, along with many believe that the wisdom of the fore-fathers is beyond reproach. A simple adherence to the Constitution
(as it is written), will result in a once again proud and great United States of America, One Nation, Under God.
The Second Amendment states:
"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."
How did things get this bad? Where did it all start? Am I really here doing this?
Where I am is on the ground in a carefully constructed sniper’s hide that is built to not only conceal me
from eyesight, but also from heat signature. I’m overlooking a meeting in a small town in West Virginia. Local gun owners have gone to the streets to protest a recent move by the President of the United States to ban all assault rifles. The list of firearms included as an assault rifle is staggering. Gun owners and enthusiasts see the right to bear arms as sacrosanct. Liberals and antigun groups laud the president’s decision and decree that our streets will somehow be safer with all law abiding citizens disarmed. A flawed logic to say the least.
resident of the United States, in a bold move had decided to involve the UN rather than to task US Military units to make the gun grab. I’m watching history unfold through a Night-Force scope. My crosshairs dance a figure eight over the blue helmet of the UN Officer-in-Charge. He’s demanding the surrender of all firearms to the UN Troops. “MOLON LABE” I hear in my head as I picture myself and others standing at the hot gates facing the Persian military machine, “MOLON LABE.”
town’s folk waver and then scream obscenities at the foreign troops. I can see the UN troops looking at one another clearly worried at their predicament. The guy in charge draws a pistol from his holster and aims it at the crowd. Bad move. “MOLON LABE” He falls to the ground before the pink mist coats three soldiers to the left of where he once stood. Simultaneously fifteen additional shots ring out and blue clad foreign invaders fall to the ground lifeless. All head shots. The fifty other on looking UN troops shoulder their weapons looking for a direction to return fire. The smart civilians rush to gather up the fully automatic weapons dropped by dead invaders and begin to assault the remaining troops. “MOLON LABE” Within two minutes, all of the foreign invaders are dead.
This scene is repeated in 100 towns on a national scale.
“MOLON LABE” The revolution has begun.
"The strongest reason for people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in
I am a father.
I am a son. I am a soldier. My name is Chris. I am a Patriot. My mind is at ease. I sat and I watched. I listened as the “sheeple” on the hill allowed for and created legislation that caused the ideas behind the Constitution to be shredded. I realized long ago the government “by the people” was no longer “for the people.” I swore an oath to protect that constitution from all enemies, foreign and domestic. My conscious is clear.
Today, all across the count
ry that I am sworn to defend; foreign invaders (invited by a controversial president) attempted to disarm the American citizens. Two thousand UN troops were killed. The general order of retreat was sounded and all others were spared by commanders who realized today what the Japanese knew in World War Two. Behind every blade of grass would be a gun, and an American willing to use it.
My weapon of choice for making history was the same we
apon they rallied so hard to demonize and take from my hands. I used a Panther Long Range 308. It is an AR-15 variant, chambered in .308. Some patriots used their own AR-15's, most went with bolt action hunting rifles. Each had the same effect either way: dead enemies.
Some were worried that we would face the full brunt of the m
ilitary force from the UN and or the United States Military. I had more faith in my fellow soldiers. I know that at heart we are all Americans. Commanders of US armed forces were more than reluctant to order strikes against American citizens. No retaliation came immediately. Towns like the one I had protected were faced with a burning question. What now? A small victory and an eye opener for the sheep that stood by and witnessed what happened. No time for me to wait. I slipped back out of my hide and prepared for the retaliation.
(Captain John) stepped out of the crowd dressed in military gear with a balaclava on his head. Flanked by two guards (heavily armed) he delivered his speech.
“Today you have witnessed the beginning of a revolution
. We are sworn to protect the Constitution of the United States of America. We believe in an America that has been let down by our politicians from the bottom to the top. The Second Amendment provides for a well-regulated militia to ensure such a task. I am Captain John Gaultner of the First West Virginia Militia. I ask those willing to fight for freedom and the preservation of our great country to join our militia. All willing to stand with us may follow us now. I cannot promise you safety, or money, but I can promise you the chance to fight for what is rightfully yours: Your freedom.
After gathering up all of the weapons and a
mmo brought by the invaders, Captain John left the area with twenty-five new recruits.
Around the country
, mobilization orders were given to the National Guard and reserves. Within twenty four hours, the US Military machine had been whittled down significantly by soldiers unprepared to do battle with their fellow citizens. Pilots refused to fly and Crew Chiefs went as far as to deliberately sabotage key engine components of war craft that may be called on to fight Americans. Twenty Eight States National Guard Armories opened their doors to any citizen who had served in the military and or law enforcement. They emptied their armories of weapons and provided much needed supplies for the new militia groups. State National Guard commanders were now sworn in as Militia commanders. Texas, in a bold move, evicted all federal authorities and took UN forces into custody. Every military base on Texas soil was now under control of the state and its military commanders were sworn in as Texas militia commanders. The state was now practically a country of its own equipped with a substantial military force. Throughout the country, a well-regulated militia was forming.
"Firearms stand next in importance to the Constitution itself. They are the American people's liberty teeth and keystone under independence ... From the hour the Pilgrims landed, to the present day, events, occurrences, and tendencies prove that to insure peace, security and happiness, the rifle and pistol are equally indispensable . . . The very atmosphere of firearms everywhere restrains evil interference - they deserve a place of honor with all that is good"
The President of the United States, seeing his plans (and life) in jeopardy called upon the regular Army to do what the National Guard and Reserve refused to do. Again, a decimation of ranks. Soldiers who were brought home from missions abroad deserted en masse and joined the ranks of militia.
Plan B. A call was sent out to have Federal Law
Enforcement agents take to the streets and disarm citizens. As you can imagine, the results were not favorable for the President. The President and his band of merry liberals had never stopped to listen to the voice of their own police forces. Overwhelmingly federal agents were against any attempt to limit the 2
amendment. Most police officers understood that their reaction time to a crime in progress means that they arrive after bad things have happened, and not during. Having less armed law abiding citizens means that no one can stand up and defend themselves against armed criminals.
federal agents did not answer the call. They went to their home towns and joined the militias by droves. The president’s own Secret Service stayed on post only out of duty to protect the Office of the President, but knowing their jobs had just become next to impossible. This is the new world. This is the revolution!
The president’s only course of action was to unleash the power of the UN aga
inst American citizens. The GUN GRAB (as it was popularly named) had not been planned to encounter heavy (or even moderate) resistance. The liberals had themselves convinced that they had their fingers on the pulse of America. They foolishly believed that we all wanted these “assault weapons” off of the streets. The polls that they relied on for all their decisions came from cities that had enacted strict gun laws (themselves already in violation of the 2
Amendment) decades ago. The resulting polls were tainted by a population who had grown to fear firearms due to a lack of understanding and basic knowledge of what a firearm was. The only people with guns in the city were criminals.
The retaliation from the government
would not come for three weeks, but when it did, the UN brought heavy and light weapons, drones, and more foreign soldiers. This was now a war. The powers in the UN were jockeying to see who would control regions of the United States. They had no real interest in leaving the United States as a world power. They wanted the country and its resources and they now had their chance.
"What country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms."
(Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, Dec. 20, 1787, in Papers of Jefferson, ed. Boyd et al.)
I looked out over the militia we were
forming. I was proud to see American Pride in full bloom. We all believed in America.
the rumblings of hatred and disgust at the perversion of our Constitution and way of life. It’s not hard to believe or figure out how things got this bad. Our Nation started out with a fragile idea of Freedom and Liberty that became a solid wall of truth with the formation and ratification of the Constitution. Our forefathers had incredible foresight to see the dangers we would face as a nation, and provided iron clad protections from tyranny and power hungry politicians. Phrases like “shall not be infringed” empowered citizens to remain free if they believed and defended the sacred parchment.
It began incrementally with small infringements that seemed like “common sense” and grew to give more and more power to the government and less and less to the true masters of the same. We allowed ourselves to be bought by the promise that the government could take care of all of our needs and provide us with everything. The only problem with
that line of thought is that a government strong enough to give you everything you need is also strong enough to take it all away.