Day Zero – The Camel’s Back


Daily blog: It’s December 13th, and the straw that broke the camel’s back is one illegal move away.

Knowing this, Globalists have sent thugs to harm and frighten the people standing up for freedom; it is a tried and true method used by all of history’s dictators.

However, they will soon realize there are no camels in this game, only eagles who will fight to defend America.

So stand up to your mocking peers who laugh at your patriotism. And remind them of their pledge of allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands.

And, be aware of those who refuse, as they are the real enemy. United We Stand, Divided We fall.




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Day Zero – Will America Fall


Daily blog: It’s November 7th, and all of America waits in limbo as socialist commit treason against our country. I do not mention political parties here because the crime is against us all, even those who don’t or refuse to see it. And because traitors exist in every party.

United we stand, divided we fall. Patrick Henry said it best.

“Let us trust God and our better judgment to set us right hereafter. United we stand, divided we fall. Let us not split into factions which must destroy that union upon which our existence hangs. Let us preserve our strength for the French, the English, the Germans, or whoever else shall dare invade our territory, and not exhaust it in civil commotions and intestine wars.” – Patrick Henry – Last public speech before his death on March 4th, 1799.


Day Zero represents the time between November 3rd, 2020, and the United States of America’s election results.



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Microfiction – The snake slithered by

A bee flew to a flower for its nectar. Landing, he asked, “Where are the others?”
“They have all died. I am the only one left. Where are the bees?”
“They have died also. I am the only one left.”
“What happened?”
“The snake said the flowers were using us, so we stayed away.”
“The snake told us the bees were stealing our nectar, so we hid from them.”
“We should have never listened; we needed each other to survive.”
As the flower wilted, the bee fell to the ground beside her. And the snake slithered by.