You mean Joseph Farah and Larry Klayman are going at it? Yes, though not directly. But their latest columns at the Worldnetdaily show two completely different takes on the death of Nelson Mandela. Farah has been beating the communist and terrorist drums since Mandela’s death. Klayman, on the other hand, hails him as an inspiration for his “second American revolution.”
To seek redress for our grievances, as our forefathers attempted leading up to independence day on July 4, 1776, the Reclaim America Now Coalition gave notice in front of the White House on Nov.19 of this year that if the people’s freedoms were not restored by the day after Thanksgiving, the Second American Revolution would begin in earnest. True to the predictions of anyone living in our times, our grievances went unanswered by our illegitimate government usurpers, and now we must make good on our threats of non-violent, civil disobedience to attempt redress.
In this regard, as we mourn the death this week of Nelson Mandela, a great man who, like his American counterpart Martin Luther King, used civil disobedience successfully to bring freedom to his people and by definition all people (who are created equal with certain unalienable rights, as Jefferson put it), let us take Mandela’s achievement in liberating South Africa from bondage as a further example of what we can accomplish in freeing our own nation from the choking despotic governmental slavery of Obama and his pliant Democratic and Republican minions in Congress and the judiciary.
We will soon be announcing the date to convene the Third Continental Congress in Philadelphia early next year where, taking a page from the Founding Fathers, we will meet to plan the next steps of our Second American Revolution, with delegates from all 50 states.
We will also use the occasion to appoint committees to coordinate the revolution and to elect a government in waiting to take over on the day when our current corrupt leaders are forced by the citizenry to leave their thrones and freedom is restored to our shores.
Like our Founding Fathers in 1776, the time is now to risk all we have to save the nation from government tyrants before all is lost.
Klayman will be risking his “fortune,” which may be made up of the $25,000 he took from a “client” in Florida and then didn’t do any legal work, thus prompting a rebuke from the Florida Supreme Court. He said then that he was dead broke and couldn’t pay back the money. And I’m sure this “third continental congress” will work just like his “citizen grand juries,” which were just a bunch of fringe extremists playing dress up, pretending to be a grand jury.