"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable." - President John Fitzgerald Kennedy
"Thoughts for Today"
Chad P. Morrison, Friday, June 26, 2009
Our movement is growing my fellow citizens. We will achieve our goals. We will shake this nation to it's core and change the world for the better. Our words, and our truths cannot be denied. We are America. We believe in America and the world, more than others, because we truly believe freedom can win. We are willing to act. Belief without action is void. We are willing to put a stop to the oppression and to force those who have taken our freedoms from us to give them back. Mostly, we are tired of living in safety, at the expense of the spilled blood of our brothers and sisters in the underdeveloped world. We must fight to eliminate poverty, its causes, and its consequences. In this world, today, it can absolutely be done.Thank you my fellow citizens.
"Supplemental" - Kent Allen Halliburton, Thursday, August 18, 2016
Refuse to Cooperate Family, our numbers have been growing slowly, but steadily, over the past year. We have picked an entire crew of new writers, and two other blogs have joined the team, Mission: Keep Your Smile and Airborne Nation. We have also even started a small fundraising campaign, selling Refuse to Cooperate T-shirts. The road to true justice and equality is a long one that is made hazardous by constant attempts by those who see us as a threat. They would see us brought down because our words threaten their ever weakening grip on control. Refuse to Cooperate has joined with Airborne Nation and Mission: Keep Your Smile to challenge this failing power structure to a final engagement, where they will be forced to finally show themselves for the lying bastards that they truly are. We must pull their masks off and remove the shades from over the eyes of our fellow Americans to bring this farce to a final end. Perhaps, then, some real change will occur.
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