Martial law is the antithesis of liberty.
In 1933, the Reichstag Fire Decree was the beginning of the end for the German nation.
Offering little opposition, most of the German people sat quietly in their homes as their independence was taken from them by force.
Hitler and the NSDAP didn’t seize all control of the nation through bombs and bullets. They seized control through the acquiescence of the people of Germany.
The “Safer at Home” and “Shelter in Place” decrees being imposed upon law-abiding free people are Martial Law.
If we dare to live as free people, we cannot accept Martial Law to be inflicted upon us.
Whether we are to be as sheep led to the slaughter by our captors, or we are to die as lions on the battlefield, let us do so as free people.
The moment of declaration—the momentous plea for revolution—calls to this generation. We cannot sit idly by and watch the destruction of our most delicate freedoms. To go along with such unforgivable acts is wrong. Let the words of Tacitus remind us of the dangers of apathy.
A shocking crime was committed on the unscrupulous initiative of a few individuals, with the blessing of more, and amid the passive acquiescence of all.
Let us not be fearful but stand together as one and declare our liberty.
I, as a citizen soldier, stand ready to defend my country against any force threatening its independence.
We, as a people, must pledge our futures and our lives to each other.
We are the Patriots of Liberty.
Let us be vigilant to safeguard our country against those who would prey upon the most innocent of our citizens in the name of big government and power.