9/11 of Anno Domini 2012, I mean, when the nation submitted to Dar-al-Islam, the House of Submission, reacting to riots burning our consulates and killing our ambassador not with a Declaration of War (as would be the logical and just and minimally prudent retaliation for such a naked act of war) but instead with the sacrifice of a scapegoat and an apology for our freedom of speech.
America is ended when a full score of stormtroopers (I will not call them police officers) at midnight show up at a free man’s house to punish him for a use or misuse of the First Amendment; and the entire Executive Branch, from the President to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, humiliate and crush the offender, and offer his name and address to the vigilantes of the Dar-al-Islam.
Some imperium may continue for a time occupying the same terrain, and calling itself the United States of America for years and decades to come, but, in truth, the thing is dead when the spirit is dead.
I pass along these opinions to you as an expression, if understated, of my own.
For those of you unable to see this video, allow me to quote the closing lines:
But I would actually like to have a quick word directly with Barry Soetoro, who swore an oath to defend the Constitution of the United States of America. In that document, Barry, you will find an addendum called the Bill of Rights; and on that Bill of Rights, you’ll find, right at the top, the foundational idea of this country, the document, and the people that you swore to defend.
You handed that most precious gift in the history of the world, the right to think and speak without fear, a right that has been defended and paid for by rivers of blood, to our mortal enemies, in exchange for enough peace to get your self reelected, so that you can lie under than same oath again.
I pray to God that there is a law of heaven, higher and nobler and sterner than the laws that you trample down here on Earth, because the willful violation of so sacred a trust over the graves of so many patriots and ripped from the hearts of a great and decent people who championed that freedom around the world deserves a punishment far richer than the one you are going to receive this November when those self same people have closed the curtain behind them and finally unleashed their righteous rage on what is without question the most dihonorable, treasonous, self-aggrandizing, evil bastard the office of the President of the United States has ever seen.
To which I can only add that Mr Whittle is too mild and generous in his assessment. I salute him for the courtesy he has done the Tyrant, but believe it to be overly charitable.