Friday, April 16, 2021

The Boldest Counterlockdown Patriot I Have Seen Yet

 Watch this before it is taken down:

If anyone knows how to download a video off of Twitter please download for me.



I have received plenty of downloads, no need to send anymore.

Thanks to all!


  1. I just use SaveTweetVid to download Twitter videos

  2. Oi mate! You got a loicense to take down that loicense?

  3. Youve got mail... this guy is my hero. This is what non-compliance looks like.

  4. I guess I am too late. It was taken down. Dead link to the tweet.

  5. Very inspiring. "You've got mail...ha ha.

  6. The twit yelling at him from across the street about majority illustrates the entirety of the problem, and since this is Wenzel's Rothbard Saturdays, here's the 'bard on the ridiculous "we-ness" of the state:

    With the rise of democracy, the identification of the State with society has been redoubled, until it is common to hear sentiments expressed which violate virtually every tenet of reason and common sense such as, “we are the government.” The useful collective term “we” has enabled an ideological camouflage to be thrown over the reality of political life. If “we are the government,” then anything a government does to an individual is not only just and untyrannical but also “voluntary” on the part of the individual concerned. If the government has incurred a huge public debt which must be paid by taxing one group for the benefit of another, this reality of burden is obscured by saying that “we owe it to ourselves”; if the government conscripts a man, or throws him into jail for dissident opinion, then he is “doing it to himself” and, therefore, nothing untoward has occurred. Under this reasoning, any Jews murdered by the Nazi government were not murdered; instead, they must have “committed suicide,” since they were the government (which was democratically chosen), and, therefore, anything the government did to them was voluntary on their part. One would not think it necessary to belabor this point, and yet the overwhelming bulk of the people hold this fallacy to a greater or lesser degree. We must, therefore, emphasize that “we” are not the government; the government is not “us.”