Now that Adam Kokesh has been released, and the most serious(ly fraudulent) charges against him have been dropped, there are a few thoughts I have.
First off, I would be careful around him. Maybe he is a great guy who would NEVER snitch, but I don't know what they might have done to him or threatened him with while he was held prisoner. I hate to admit I would think this way, but it's something to keep in mind. It has happened before with other activists- maybe Adam is a better, stronger person than the others, but how do you know?
Second, I see a lot of claims about how it has been revealed that he been working for Barry The Enemy all along. Supposedly, The Enemy needs an "Incident" in order to declare martial law across the country, and Adam's armed march on DC is just that incident. Well, I hate to say this, but Bring It On. If The Enemy wants to get the preliminaries out of the way, I suppose now is as good a time as any. Then we will know "It's Time".
Third, if this is going to be the standard way from now on to treat every activist who sticks his or her neck out, then why would anyone go to the trouble anymore? Whether you agree with their methods or not, not everyone who does something you don't agree with is working with The Enemies. They may simply be wrong. Or YOU may be wrong. (Hey, it's a possibility.)
As always, think for Yourself. Don't follow anyone unquestioningly. If your conscience or your rationality say "stop!", listen to them!! You have a brain for a reason. Even if something is a great idea, it may not be right for you. We each have our path to liberty. Don't initiate force; don't steal/defraud/damage property- but other than that find what works for you. No person is infallible or great enough to blindly follow.
And, don't let this Kokesh issue distract you from continuing to live in liberty as you seek even more.
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