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Monday, July 04, 2011


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Greetings and Salutations to All my Kith and Kin and All the Ships in Outer Space:

No, it is NOT the "Fourth of July".

Our calling it the fourth day in the month of July sounds like just another day on the calendar, and therefore, nothing special.

The proper name for our national holiday is "INDEPENDENCE DAY", so let's ALWAYS remember to call it by that name.

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Our official national holiday is an appropriate occasion for military veterans to wear their medals on their civilian clothing.

Today, we're having an outdoor barbecue for our noon meal here at the Armed Forces Retirement Home in Gulfport, Mississippi, where they'll be serving potato salad, grilled burgers, grilled cheesy sausage, boiled shrimp, baked beans, corn on the cob, and watermelon.

For those who don't live here, our mess hall charges seven dollars ($7.00) per meal, and I'm pretty sure there's some sort of musical entertainment scheduled.

If ever you wish to chow down in our mess hall, just tell the security guard at the main gate, and/or at the desk in the main lobby, that you're here to visit me.

For seven dollars ($7.00), you get all the food you can eat, complete with extra helpings of everything, and we can even dine outside on the terrace, gazing out over the Mississippi Sound, and basking in the sunshine and fresh air.

"THE SPIRIT OF '76", by Archibald McNeal Willard (1836 - 1918)
Gosh, gee whillikers, I sure wish I had some dynamite or homemade black powder pipe bombs to celebrate with!

I love fireworks, especially if I'm the one setting them off!

I think it's a "guy" thing.


Words and Music by:

Tuesday 21 October 1986
Ogden, Utah

VERSE # 1:
Parchment, quill,
And the people's will
In a sacred land;
With sword and pen,
The rebel men
Made a noble stand.

The light goes forth
Throughout the World
To shine for all to see.
"We, the People" forevermore
Born of God to stay free!
"We, the People" forevermore
Born of God to stay free!

VERSE # 2:
Freedom's light
Was born of fight
Against a tyrant king.
Nothing's free
Or comes easily.
You work for everything.

VERSE # 3:
Federal power
Can grow by hour,
The Founders warned us all.
Search and fight
For what is right,
Or you'll see Liberty fall!


Today would be a good day for citizens to physically attack agents and/or employees of the Department of Homeland Security and/or the Transportation Security Administration, or any number of other similar federal agencies whose very existence is a blatant violation of our divinely inspired Constitution of The United States of America.

They are naught but traitors and tyrants, but as individual human beings, they are just as vulnerable as the rest of us are, so let's go after them - - - in their homes, on the street, in parking lots, at the market, et cetera.

Make those traitors afraid to go to work, and make the consequences so utterly horrific that no one else dares take that job.

Remember, the one tactic the federal government (and the collaborators in your local government) fear the most, because they have NO defense against it, are unpredictable, random, "lone wolf", hit and run guerilla attacks.

Even if you don't actually strike right now, at least, you can be making your own plans and practical survival preparations for our imminent and inevitable civil war.

It happened in 1775.

It happened again in 1861.

Now, it's our turn.

It's all about - - - "FREEDOM!"

Thank you.

John Robert Mallernee
Offical Bard of Clan Henderson
Armed Forces Retirement Home
Gulfport, Mississippi 39507

NOTE: "My unpopular and controversial personal opinions do not represent my Scottish clan."


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