Chuck Norris: ‘Resolve to Conquer or Die’
When President Obama was re-elected, the winds waned behind many patriots’ ships’ sails. My wife, Gena, and I felt that sock in the gut for our country and posterity, too. But instead of cowering in defeat, I believe we need to discard conventional (unsuccessful) strategies and advance in new directions.
The future of our country is not going to hinge upon the Republican Party’s reinvention (as so many think), but upon each of us patriots asking what isn’t working about our approach and modifying our attacks for greater impact in the culture and political wars. You don’t fight and win unconventional wars with conventional weapons – that’s why we lost in November.
The majority voted to continue to be pelted from within the U.S. by the Obama administration and from without by the United Nations’ rogue usurpation of American’s rights. In the past six months alone, the Obama administration has teamed up with the U.N. to enforce Internet intrusions, clamp down on gun rights, further regulate airline industries, utilize billions of U.S. taxpayers’ dollars to expand U.N. global warming control and expand global abortion. And who can forget the proliferation of Agenda 21 and growth of Interpol to enforce new international law?
Will the next four years of Obama intensify the secular progressive assault against our republic and your freedoms? Without a doubt! Read “Fool Me Twice” by Aaron Klein for a preview of the bombardment, or watch the insightful and compelling DVD, “Isaiah 9:10 Judgment,” which foretells America’s future.
The big question is: Will the next four years result in the fundamental transformation of the U.S.? The answer to that is: Only if we let it. Freedom is not lost by a single election but by surrendering to everyday assaults on our liberties.
In the Revolutionary War, Gen. George Washington faced blistering and humiliating setbacks. One of them was in the Battle of Long Island. Even with the inspiration of the signing of the Declaration of Independence at his back, on Aug. 27, 1776, British forces under the experienced Gen. Sir William Howe routed the American Army with their backs to the East River. Defeat was never nearer. The end seemed near.
According to Historynet.com, “General George Washington knew he had badly miscalculated.”
But, as my readers know, the difference between a good leader and a great one is their ability to learn from their failures and miscalculations and recalibrate for victory.
As a world-class fighter, I learned a long time ago: It isn’t going down that creates defeat; it’s staying down and sticking to the same ol’ tactics that guarantee future loss. As the adage goes, “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always be where you’ve always been.”
When Washington was cornered by the British, and even faced what appeared to be impending doom, he stayed the course but almost always revamped his strategies.
What Washington then wrote to the Continental Army after losing the battle for Rhode Island should be inscribed on every patriot’s wall after November’s defeat, too: “The time is now near at hand, which must probably determine whether Americans are to be freemen or slaves; whether they are to have any property they can call their own; whether their homes and farms are to be pillaged and destroyed. The fate of unborn millions will now depend, under God, on the conduct and courage of this army. … We have therefore to resolve to conquer or die….”
As we walk into 2013, my wife, Gena, and I have again been asking how we can best be used in the fight for God and country, and seeking in particular how the God of our Fathers would have us respond to November’s political mudslide. We believe we know. And like Washington, part of it means altering our strategies and approach, too.
I’ll say this much: If you don’t see Navy Seals on the battlefield, don’t assume for a moment they’re absent from the battle. They’ve merely gone stealth, underground (or underwater!), cloaked and engaged in covert measures and unconventional methods of warfare.
Washington’s words bear repeating at the turn of this New Year, especially to all who feel the end is imminent: “The time is now near at hand, which must probably determine whether Americans are to be freemen or slaves; whether they are to have any property they can call their own; whether their homes and farms are to be pillaged and destroyed. The fate of unborn millions will now depend, under God, on the conduct and courage of this army. … We have therefore to resolve to conquer or die.”