FREEDOM WAR: Let it begin here!

Doug Cutler

Mr. Cutler raises his fist in symbolic gesture for freedom through civil disobedience if needed as he shouts “NO!”

Doug Cutler, former state legislator and current government official from the state of Connecticut, spoke out in favor of guns’ rights to many other citizens from his state with a passionate call to self-defense against tyrants.

Cutler calls for defiance against tyranny!

Cutler calls for defiance against tyranny!

Just as King Leonidas I of the ancient Spartans defiantly shouted “Molon Labe” (“come and take”) to the Persian army’s demand that the Spartans surrender their weapons at the Battle of Thermopylae, Cutler made sure the legislators for Connecticut knew where the people of the state stood as he addressed the large crowd that had gathered at the capitol city of Hartford just a few days ago on April 5th, 2014. Cutler reminded the people in fervent fashion of the history of freedom in the United States, and also pointed out that government is accountable to the same Creator who ordained government. cutlerCutler warned against tyrants and urged his fellow citizens to resist the state’s tyrannical new laws that would remove guns from homes. He addressed the possibility of having government weapons trained upon them for resisting, and used tongue-in-cheek humor with a reference to Hillary Clinton by saying “what difference does it make”, implying that to have guns removed from American homes is equal to tyrannical slavery anyway. Cutler made it clear that it is not democracy that sets apart the U.S., but rather freedom. He compared today’s legislators who push for gun control to those tyrants in England many years ago during the American Revolution.  Cutler stated that we must decide where our “line is drawn”.  As he spoke on Americans having the power to resist any and all legislation that seeks to disarm the citizens, he passionately shouted “No” to such tyranny.

Patrick Henry's "Treason" speech before the House of Burgesses in an 1851 painting by Peter F. Rothermel.

Patrick Henry’s “Treason” speech before the House of Burgesses in an 1851 painting by Peter F. Rothermel.

Much as Patrick Henry over two hundred years ago shouted “I know not what course others may take, give me liberty or give me death”, Cutler ended his hard-hitting speech on guns’ rights by calling for resistance to tyranny. He shouted “Ring the Liberty Bell and ring it loudly”.  Reminiscent of Patrick Henry‘s words “If this be treason, make the most of it”, Cutler hammered out the last words of his speech with defiant finality as he proclaimed in an even-toned voice “Stand your ground. Don’t fire unless fired upon. But If they mean to have a war, let it begin here!!

With the communist, tyrant-controlled mainstream media today, will anyone hear this clarion call for freedom far and wide? That’s up to you! Start sharing using the buttons below!  I believe the Pilgrims would smile upon this man who is standing tall in his state. You can see the entire speech here in the video at this link. The government of Connecticut, if it means to represent the people, can’t say it hasn’t been given fair warning.

A move to disarm a people means a desire to enslave a people. As Cutler would say “Molon Labe”. 

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