It's The Furthest Thing From Extreme

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“That all sounds a little extreme.” “It’s the furthest thing from extreme. You may have carved out a sweet little community for yourself, but you are an island in a sea of misery - the tide is rising quickly. It’s only a matter of time before you and your estate are consumed by famine, pestilence, and death. We have a small window; I’m thinking maybe three to five years to try and put the genie back in the bottle.” “How?” “We have men and women in place in state capitols across the region who are working to reconstitute local and state governments. Many of these people are the same men and women who you worked with during the movement. If we can get some structures re-established, the goal is to hold a second round of constitutional conventions and repeal all the Liberty Amendments and the Supremacy Amendment at the state level. Once the Liberty Amendments and Supremacy Amendment are gone, we can begin making and enforcing laws once again. As soon as we can enforce law, we can begin to rebuild society based on those laws.” “So, let me see if I’ve got this straight,” William said. “You took your grandson and fled Rosewood, leaving Edward Birch in the dust, and now you’re bent on starting a counter-movement, and you want me to help you foment this revolution.” “That’s exactly right.” “You’re doing this because you believe that Edward Birch is some demon, perhaps even the anti-Christ himself, whose goal all along has been to unleash an apocalypse on America. You believe
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