LUA Radio 1.3.16: Direct Action Series #1 w/ Gary Hunt
On this broadcast of Liberty Under Attack Radio, we were joined by Gary Hunt from the Outpost of Freedom blog, to discuss Committees of Safety and Security Teams, which was the debut of the direct action series. Gary provided great insight on the history and formation of Committees of Safety, and also the steps and training involved with starting and conducting a security team.
The Freedom Umbrella is a directory of over 100 economic means solutions. There are no value judgments being made, particularly with the efficacy of the tactics and strategies listed, for such decisions are to be made by each individual in examining and testing the methods that appeal to their own sense of purposeful behavior.
That being said, the direct action series is an in-depth analysis of each of the items on the list, with the goal of providing you with the information necessary, in selecting which of the economic means is best suited for you and your life.
Check out Gary’s blog.
Check out The Freedom Umbrella of Direct Action.
Check out the Committee of Safety website.
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Did you hear “county sheriff” or “Unified United States Common Law Grand Jury” mentioned by Gary in this interview? No, you did not, because the two are not a part of the CoS concept; though, these are the two points being pushed most heavily by the NLA.
In regards to your 3rd paragraph: permission didn’t need to be provided, they just needed to cite Gary on the main CoS webpage. Though, the worst part, is that they removed all of Kyle and I’s embedded hyperlinks (source citations) in our “The Origins of the Harney County Committee of Safety” article. That is downright despicable and shows that they really don’t care about intellectual honesty much.
That said, if NLA is “our last bastion of hope,” then we might as well give up our guns and head off to the gulags.
Summarily, there was never any reconciliation between LUA and NLA, and that’s not something I foresee in the future.
It’s interesting how Lorries view of LUA differs from Paulies.
I wish that the NLA leadership in question would be willing to speak for themselves in order to sort this situation out.