Wednesday April 17th, 2013
I Am A Terrorist (The Dollar Vigilante)
I have never thought of myself as a terrorist.

Until now.

But, according to the USSA, based on my stated beliefs, I might just be dangerous, or at least someone to keep an eye on.


Because I consider myself a sovereign citizen, which means nothing more than I have never consented to being ruled by others, whether it be other individuals or by a gang of individuals calling themselves a "government." I have never assented to relinquish my individual liberties at the altar of democracy, a variant of communism where a majority is deemed right even when they are wrong.

Moreover, I never intend to do so.

Other beliefs that may result in my being designated a terrorist, according to government, include the following:
As to how the USSA wants to deal with we "terrorists," that also is clear. With the NDAA, "Obama has exponentially broadened the attack on democratic rights by declaring his "right" to assassinate anyone, anywhere, that he deems to be a "terrorist," conveniently leaving that term undefined. In other words, if we become too effective, he will just have us killed. The end.

And, before getting too comfortable in your own self-imposed anonymity, know that we dissidents are not the only ones in the crosshairs. The Department of Homeland Security, which legislatively has no war mission inside the borders of the United States, recently purchased 3,000 mine-resistant ambush-protected (MRAP) armored personnel carriers, 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition (with associated weapons), and other weapons systems. And no one should be surprised. Candidate Obama told us all in 2008 that "we cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded [as the United States military]." In short, they are ready and willing to go to war against us and kill all of us if that is what it takes.

The fact I believe these things sincerely may make me a "terrorist" in the eyes of the United States government.

If so, I am proud of the designation.

Res ipsa loquitur.
Jim Karger is a lawyer and Dollar Vigilante legal correspondent, and frequent contributor to The Dollar Vigilante, who has represented American businesses against incursions by government and labor unions for 30 years. In 2001, he left Dallas and moved to San Miguel de Allende in the high desert of central Mexico where he sought and found a freer and simpler life for him and his wife, Kelly, and their 10 dogs. He is TDV's San Miguel de Allende concierge and his website is found at[NOAD]