Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others.
~ Thomas Jefferson

Friday, February 24, 2012

Free E-Book: Operation #EFAD set for March 1st

Matt Bracken: former Navy SEAL, current cruising sailor, but most importantly, the author of a series of books relating to the concept - and the reality - of a government out of control. His series begins with EFAD: Enemies Foreign and Domestic, followed by Domestic Enemies, the Reconquista, and finally Foreign Enemies and Traitors.

These books are excellent as entertainment, but they are also valuable because Matt has painted what may be the future faced by the citizens of this country, the United States of America. A number of scenarios he postulates as he describes a government tightening down restrictions upon the freedoms that previously were available to many of us Americans have actually come to pass.

Many of us recall what it was like to walk up to an airline ticket counter and purchase a ticket without showing any ID, without removing our shoes, emptying our pockets, or being irradiated and/or groped. Try flying commercially today without experiencing those impositions upon our freedom. Then ask yourself if you know how many terrorists have been caught or stopped by these methods (answer: ZERO).

Operation #EFAD is an attempt to get the mainstream media to become a little more forthcoming about what is happening, instead of refusing to report on the growth of governmental restrictions upon our travel, our banking, and other aspects of our lives, as well as the incredible encroachments being perpetrated by the current administration, such as the ATF debacle known as Operation Fast and Furious.

On March 1st, 2012, a mass download of Matt's book Enemies Foreign and Domestic will begin. It will have been posted as a free e-book, and everyone involved with Operation EFAD is asking that you download a copy, as well as encouraging everyone you know to down load a copy as well. The novel is a very entertaining read, even if you aren't aware of the close correspondence between what takes place in the book and what is currently taking place within our government right now. When you read the book, you will be amazed by how much of what Matt describes has taken place since he wrote it.

I don't "tweet" or do Facebook, but if you do, please feel free to mention Operation #EFAD and try for a viral response to this mass download. Pass on this link, http://www.enemiesforeignanddomestic.com/bookefad.htm
and do your best to push this over the top. BTW, you do not have to own a KIndle to download and read the book. There are a number of apps out there (including for any Mac/Apple product) that will let you read e-books. Here is one for your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ebook-reader/id381260755?mt=8 or http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kindle-read-books-magazines/id302584613?mt=8

For those folks who read this who might see it as simply another "tin foil hat" conspiracy, a delusional response from those of us "bitter clingers" who see gun control looming behind every bush, please take a moment to consider this: I have been advised by several on-line companies who sell firearms (through licensed FFL dealers as is already required by law) that in the last couple of weeks they have experienced the largest number of firearms sales they have had since they started business (years ago for some of them). Many people from both the Left and the Right have decided now is the time to arm themselves. Whether it is because they fear further restrictions upon their right to purchase and own a firearm or because the fear the possibility of violence at sometime in the not-too-distant future, I cannot say.

As Matt Bracken states, "The society of gun-owning Americans is like a great lake: vast, deep and placid. Their firearms are rarely seen above the lake's surface from day to day, but they exist in their countless millions just the same. It is the contention of the author that it would be extremely unwise to push millions of firearms owners past their boiling points, with unconstitutional laws depriving them of their right to keep and bear arms. The unintended consequences of such a mistake would be disastrous for all Americans."

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