Today is Independence Day in the United States of America, marking the signing and announcement of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, and thus the moment when American commitment to Independence from England happened. The price was in the blood, bone, treasure, and fires that this war consumed. Many who signed the Declaration did not live to see its realization, and of those who survived not all did intact- not physically, not mentally, not morally.
That time is soon to come again. A lot of forces came to confluence with American Independence, some sudden and many long in the making. This is again the case. Only what is to come this time will not be the renewal of a republic based on an aspirational ideology, but instead the restoration of Natural Law's demand for nations to live apart from each other. The nation-state, at best, is what will emerge; what is more likely will be a return to the Age of City-States, where a nation dominates a handful each in a loose affiliation against other nations and acts as a central hub around which the nation's life revolves in that region.
For this to occur, and it will, a global civil war must occur and it must be a hot one. This is ongoing now, and will go hot soon. This will be a mess. It will be a tragic, horrific, bloody, wasteful mess and not all of us are going to survive it- and a lot of us who do will not survive intact. However, it is going to be bloody necessary if anything worth a damn is to become of us in future generations.
"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." is not some poetic triviality. That shit is real, as gravity is real, and not to be shat upon. Neither is the utter uncertainty of what the price (always paid in blood, bone, and fire) will be this time. But it must happen, and I can make this educated guess: those who hold a love for their people will do better than those who do not. So, more of what we see in the video below, and less of the multi-culti globalist cosmopolitan insanity.
And, once again, a reminder that we are able to make this happen.