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Amish Heart

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Just saying, B and B. I don't care if it's contact tracing or proof of vax to live your daily lives. What's it going to be next? Taking away a human beings basic human rights to "keep them safe" is garbage. Your government is going to do and say anything to keep you in your homes, too scared to leave, complying with stupid stuff just to buy groceries. Sheesh. Very few Americans are rioting, looting idiots. They are the ones on tv. I live in America in a very quiet Amish community. No one wears masks here, never did. People do what they want. It is very normal to go to our feed store, load up from the back, and sign your name with what you got. Pay later. Same with the little amish grocery. Everyone knows everyone and we are peaceful, honest, hardworking people. Probably why there's no land or homes for sale around here. Wouldn't want the BLM Antifas moving in on us. This is the quiet midwest. The majority of America.
 

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Posse Comitatus Act is alive and well last time I checked. There are exceptions, like the 1807 Insurrection Act which predated the Posse Comitatus Act. Whenever State National Guard Troops are federalized, they are subject to Posse Comitatus.
 

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The vast majority of Americans do NOT loot stores. You’re watching too much CNN
I don't own a TV, so I can't watch it, and I doubt your program is even aired down here. As for the Vast Majority, I never said that. It's a small minority there, and non-existent here.
 

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Leave your Smartphone at home or in the car... Then you don't need to worry.
I've walked into the local supermarket without signing anything.
If there is an outbreak, the location is reported in the news.
 

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Leave your Smartphone at home or in the car... Then you don't need to worry.
I've walked into the local supermarket without signing anything.
If there is an outbreak, the location is reported in the news.
Some owners have queried the government on that very point of what you have just done. Is it the customer or the store owner that is fined when protocol is not followed. Giving your details on paperwork is just a precautionary measure if there is a outbreak. But receiving the app is a whole lot more which could lead to more control and less freedom in so many ways.
 

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I'm not about to leave any information, get an app or sign a form to enter ANY store or building. This is BS and most Americans wouldn't put up with it. My state passed a law banning any kind of vaccine "passport". Just talking about this sounds so ridiculous. I dont care what other countries do, thats their problem.
 

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I'm not about to leave any information, get an app or sign a form to enter ANY store or building. This is BS and most Americans wouldn't put up with it. My state passed a law banning any kind of vaccine "passport". Just talking about this sounds so ridiculous. I dont care what other countries do, thats their problem.
People put up with a lot when there’s a whooping fine awaiting you if you not comply. Even Americans would do. Your just fortunate that your state has passed laws that protect you from that.
 

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Don't fall for the illusion that you have to have all this crap that is modern conviniances. Will it be easy? No, but it's rewarding to rise up against obstacles and prove that you can best them. The other option is to lay down and cry. Grow some nads and take the adventure. Remember when you were a kid and accepted challenges every day. I used to couldn't wait to wake up to go to a place so far back in the woods I had never been there before. Just to see what I might find there. Yet as we grow older and more responsible, we assume the idea of repeatability is security. We ask ourselves , will I lose my job, will I lose my insurance.will I be able to stand the test before me. Most of the time we default to the status quo. BORING, BORING, BORING. Grow some and enjoy. Don't listen to naysayers telling you what you shouldn't do , it's not secure. Nothing is. But, people lived 5000+ years on this wonderful place we call home and they made do. So can you. You wouldn't be here if they didn't. Enjoy the adventure. It's not safe. But it is interesting. Learn from your mistakes , which will come , and prosper from them. Remember, security is an illusion . There is always risk. Go down living a rich life. Or lay down and cry . Which one has less security.
 

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People put up with a lot when there’s a whooping fine awaiting you if you not comply. Even Americans would do. Your just fortunate that your state has passed laws that protect you from that.
Your partly right. Yes many weak Americans would just roll over and comply. Our founding fathers risked everything to give us this once great country. I think its time that we risk a little to take it back.
 

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My mistake, I thought it was pushed out when the Patriot act came in.
You may be thinking about the "John Warner National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2007" which amended the Insurrection Act and which some people considered to be a suspension of the Posse Comitatus Act. That only lasted for a year. The amendments to the Insurrection Act were repealed in their entirety in 2008.
 

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Your partly right. Yes many weak Americans would just roll over and comply. Our founding fathers risked everything to give us this once great country. I think its time that we risk a little to take it back.
We too did have our own rebellion, not so much a revolution as yours there at the Eureka stockade in Ballarat Victoria in 1854, where some 500 miners stood firm against mining licenses from the government in which they were unable to claim the land they worked on and could be removed at any time.. Of course rules is rules when it comes to her majesty’s government in her dealings with disagreeable ones. So some 300 police and soldiers were sent to disperse the disagreeable ones, killing some 22 along with 6 of their own. Of course the accusation of treason was put forth by the establishment as a just revenge and just reckoning for the disagreeable ones, or so they thought. Meaning the hang men’s noose. They were sadly mistaken and rather shocked when every jury returned a not guilty verdict at the trials. The people’s of the jury saw it merely as people defending themselves with the right to earn a honest living and not to be abused. I guess Australians back than were not the snitches & cowards that many of today’s generation have become. As to your founding fathers I’m not so sure. Most were from the enlightenment crowd. Deists and blatant heretics it was only the religious fervour of the American people that kept them in check. Their future vision for America was much different.
 
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The amendments to the Insurrection Act were repealed in their entirety in 2008.
Well that's good to hear. This socialist trend that is sweeping most western nations will be the death-knell of many. Switzerland has a good system, I envy them in many respects. No refugees from war zones admitted there and a strong responsible gun culture.
 

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That's because your sitting in the rothchilds lap. They can pat you on the head and tell you you are a good boy, here, have a treat.
 

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That's because your sitting in the rothchilds lap. They can pat you on the head and tell you you are a good boy, here, have a treat.
And rothchild owns the Fed, who owns Biden, whose lap you're sitting in. You're at the end of a long daisy chain of bootlickers.
 

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