Who’s in denial? part 1

Source: Living Freedom
by Claire Wolfe

“Ours is very unlike the situation of our colonial forebears. They knew each other. They were neighbors, fellow parishioners, fellow militiamen, fellow small-town residents, sharers of mutual interests. They hugely outnumbered their would-be rulers, who had to cross an ocean to impose their will. … Unlike moderns, the insurgent colonists had more spies operating within British ranks than the British ever managed to insert into their ranks. … We have no such advantages. … Anybody who imagines they can rise up and ‘shoot the bastards’ now and gain the widespread public support any insurgency needs to succeed is delusional.” (07/13/21)