Wednesday, June 13, 2012

What is a Tea Partier, and why can't they be in the Liberty Movement?

Liberty is the idea of people having control over their own actions; and not being forced into actions.

Now this is a core belief everyone in the Liberty Movement needs. You cannot believe that force is good in any circumstance, because if you do then you don't believe in liberty.

These people who don't believe in total liberty, but believe in some liberty are usually the people who consider themselves Tea Partiers (originally the Tea Party was founded by the Liberty Movement but was then hijaked by the Koch Brothers and Neocons).

To be in the Liberty Movement you have to believe in Liberty. It isn't that hard, Liberty is very strict; the word itself means to be free from being forced into anything.

If you are for freedoms that doesn't ultimately put you in the Liberty Movement, it just makes you an ally for the Liberty Movement.

The Tea Partiers are right now hardcore neocons. Jack Hunter, Rand Paul, and many others who claim to be in the Liberty Movement are actually Tea Partiers; not Liberty Loving Patriots.

Liberty means freedom in all aspects of life, and if you are for some freedoms in life and not all then you are not in the Liberty Movement and are most likely a Tea Partier instead.


Brandon Immel is the Editor, Writer, and Reporter for Lemon Global. He is currently running for Ohio's 98th District State Representative for 2014 and is the Director of an Ohio based Protest Organization Group called Pro-(1)ne.

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