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The Second American Revolution — A 7-Minute Tea Party Pep Talk from Trevor Loudon

Posted: August 9, 2012 at 5:03 pm   /   by   /   comments (3)

Trevor Loudon, a libertarian activist and political researcher from Christchurch, New Zealand, is currently touring the United States with presentations of his detailed research on the socialists, communists, and progressives who have mentored, supported, and continue to influence Barack Obama.

Brad Zinn’s WFP interview with Loudon may be found at this link.  A video of Loudon’s full 50-minute presentation to the Surprise, Arizona, Tea Party is available at this link.

Trevor Loudon’s presentation and his new book can be downright scary, even to those who think they already understand the Left’s threat to our personal and economic liberty.  It can leave the listener feeling that the situation is hopeless and our resistance futile.  Not so, says Trevor, and he ends his presentation with a pep talk, drawn from an international and historical perspective that few others can provide.

It’s only 7 minutes … watch, listen, take heart, and keep fighting!

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  • August 9, 2012 at 9:43 pm sleepergirl

    Let us Tea Partiers give ourselves a quick pat on the back and keep moving “Forward.” I’m borrowing Obama’s slogan. But forward to us means onward to “restore” our government as it was founded. There are many conservative groups with different names working around the country and most of the time we work together for a common cause. Let Trevor’s praise invigorate us and motivate us to keep up the good fight. The next 3 months is make or break time. This is the Second Revolution. We the People shall prevail.

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  • August 10, 2012 at 1:28 pm WesternFreePress

    Excellent; very inspiring. Great to have a perspective from a citizen of another country!

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