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Post by darjohn Fri Jul 22, 2011 5:11 am




Last weekend, we had people visit us here in the Flathead Valley of
Montana from at least eight states: Oregon, Washington, Arizona, New
Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. And since my family
and I moved here last October, people have moved here from at least a
dozen states. And many more are in the process of moving or trying to
move.

As I was speaking with an out-of-State guest last Sunday, he asked
me, what was it that made you decide to move to Montana’s Flathead
Valley, as opposed to Idaho or some other State? Of course, that is a
very fair question. I will attempt to answer that question in
today’s column. As a Christian, I believe that “the steps of a
trusting man are ordered by the Lord.” So, ultimately, I believe
that the superintending hand of God guides and directs those who put
their trust in Him. Accordingly, I believe that our move from Florida
to Montana was directed by divine providence. What follows are the
reasons, factors, and philosophies that guided us to this wonderful
valley.

Cities

During the 18 months between the summer of 2008 and the end of 2009,
I traveled more than 60,000 miles to virtually every area of this vast
country. I traveled from coast to coast and border to border. I
visited huge cities and small villages. There were only a handful of
states that I did not visit during that span of time.

As I traveled the country, it became very obvious to me that not
every place shares the same love for and understanding of freedom. I
quickly discovered that Thomas Jefferson was right when he said that
big cities were the “bane” of freedom. And there are almost no
exceptions to the fact that the bigger the city is, the less freedom
there is. Furthermore, it is also an accurate observation that those
states that are dominated by big cities (which most states are) the
more difficult it is for freedom-loving people in those states to be
able to actually resist the juggernaut of oppression and socialism.

Chicago is why the people in Illinois are losing their liberties;
Baltimore is why the people in Maryland are losing their liberties;
Atlanta is why the people in Georgia are losing their liberties; St.
Louis and Kansas City are why the people in Missouri are losing their
liberties; Dallas and Houston are why the people in Texas are losing
their liberties; Los Angeles and San Francisco are why the people of
California are losing their liberties; Portland is why the people of
Oregon are losing their liberties; Seattle is why the people of
Washington State are losing their liberties; Miami, Ft. Lauderdale,
and Orlando are why the people of Florida are losing their liberties;
Birmingham is why the people of Alabama are losing their liberties,
etc., etc.

In order for freedom to be defended, it will require a State, or
group of states, to draw a line in the sand against this assault
against our liberties, which, for the most part, is being orchestrated
by Washington, D.C., and its allies in the big cities. We deduced that
freedom-loving people in any State dominated by one (or a handful) of
major metropolitan areas are almost helpless to defend this globalist,
socialist juggernaut that is steamrolling the country.

This was a major reason that we selected Montana over Idaho (our
second choice). California liberals are leaving the land of fruits and
nuts like rats off a sinking ship. The economic conditions in
California are driving people to surrounding states in record numbers.
And many of them are flocking to the beautiful city of Boise. It’s
very possible that Boise will fast become another Portland or Seattle.
If this happens, the great freedom-loving State of Idaho will quickly
go the way of Oregon and Washington State.

The beauty of Montana is it has no major cities that dominate the
State. Missoula (home of the University of Montana) is the most
liberal city in the State. The population there is a little over
90,000. Billings is the largest city in the State, and it is largely a
Republican area. The population there is just over 100,000. To give
readers an idea of Montana geographics: Montana is the fourth largest
State in total land area (behind Alaska, Texas, and California), but
the total population of the State is UNDER one million. Here’s
another statistic to help readers understand what I’m saying: we
live just outside the town of Kalispell. The population of Kalispell
is around 20,000. And Kalispell is the seventh LARGEST city in the
State! Montana’s lack of large metropolitan areas is a huge asset to
the defense of liberty, in our opinion.

People

As I traveled those 60,000-plus miles, I met a huge variety of
people. And there is no doubt that there are freedom-loving people
scattered all over “the fruited plain.” But, that’s the problem:
they are SCATTERED. I found some wonderful freedom lovers in South
Carolina, New Hampshire, Eastern Tennessee (especially in the Johnson
City area), Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona, Eastern Washington
State, Utah, and the Dakotas. That is not to say that there are not
thousands of freedom lovers in other states. There most certainly are!

But I also observed that people who are dependent upon the federal
government are much more tolerant of the machinations of the federal
government. And if you live in an area that has a large population of
welfare-dependents or federal government-dependants, you are going to
find yourself pretty much alone when you attempt to “rally the
troops” against federal usurpation of power. (And, yes, we have some
of that problem here in Montana, too.)

But during my extensive travels, I had the opportunity to come speak
in Western Montana on several occasions. I spoke in the rural town of
Hamilton to a crowd of around 800 enthusiastic patriots. I spoke in
Missoula to several hundred. I spoke in Kalispell to a crowd of over
500 on a below-zero weeknight. When I first visited the Kalispell
area, a local State legislator put out one email to some friends and
supporters telling them I would be speaking to a small gathering
outside of town. His email was sent less than 24 hours from the time
that I would be speaking. In that short time, with only one email as
publicity, there were some 100 people in attendance to hear me
speak--including several pastors, businessmen, physicians, and State
legislators and senators. I spoke for an hour and we had Q & A for an
hour. It was amazing!

I can tell you that I could take out a full-page ad in the newspaper
and spend thousands of dollars in advertising a similar event in the
town where I had lived in Florida for over 35 years, and if two-dozen
people showed up, it would be a miracle. That’s a difference in
people!

My family and I believe that there are very traumatic, tumultuous
days ahead for our country. We wanted to be with like-minded patriots
who truly understand that there is a conspiracy at the highest levels
of government, business, and religion to sell America to the forces of
evil. We wanted to be around people who wouldn’t give us that
“deer-in-the-headlights” stare if we dared to question the
official story of 9/11, or act like they’re looking at a Martian
when we talk about the sinister military-industrial complex, or the
evilness of fighting perpetual foreign wars, or the
unconstitutionality of the Patriot Act, or the evilness of sending
trillions of dollars to foreign countries, or the ruination of our
country via deficit spending, or the wickedness of the Federal
Reserve, ad infinitum, ad nauseam. And while Montana has its share of
liberals, socialists, and environmentalist wackos, we have found more
freedom-minded people (on the whole) in the Flathead Valley of Montana
than anywhere else we’ve been.

I’ve been sold out and betrayed by these “good Christians” who
are more statists than they are Christians, who love the government
more than they love God, and who will assist the PTB in putting
principled freedomists in jail--or worse! I want to spend the rest of
my life among people who love freedom (and understand what that means)
and who are willing to fight and die to protect it!




Mountains and Location

As I said, we were very attracted to Eastern Tennessee, New
Hampshire, South Carolina, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, and Arizona. But
at the end of the day, we believed these states lack some key
ingredients necessary to defending liberty. Arizona and Texas are on
the southern border, which presents huge problems all their own.
Oklahoma might have the best State legislators in the country right
now, but the State is landlocked. The same is true for Missouri. Who
around them will come to their assistance against federal
encroachment?

As we analyzed the states (well, to be honest, we did not even
consider Massachusetts or California. Sorry. Any state that would deny
us the right to keep and bear arms was a State that we dismissed
out-of-hand), we quickly eliminated all states east of the Mississippi
River for geopolitical reasons: too many military installations, or
too close to the belly of the beast, or too flat, or too isolated from
“friendlies,” or too inhospitable to freedom principles, etc. And
it wasn’t long before we felt strongly attracted to the mountain
states of America’s great northwest: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, the
Dakotas, Wyoming, and Utah. Colorado was dismissed for the same reason
other states were dismissed: one huge metropolitan area dominates the
entire State.

During this time, I also did much searching of the scriptures
relative to the subject of mountains, and I was very impressed with
all the positive things God’s Word has to say about them. There is
no question that this search was as much spiritual as it was
geopolitical, or anything else! (I’ll let readers do their own
research of the scriptures, if they are of a mind to do so.)

Weather

We determined that the cold weather climate of Montana was an asset,
not a liability! Why? Because it keeps out undesirables: people who
are comfort-oriented and not liberty-oriented! Let the “beautiful
people” go to California or Hawaii or Florida. People who live in
the mountains live here for reasons other than weather and personal
comfort. And when what’s coming actually comes, we will need rugged
people who mean business, not people who are looking for a sunroom!

Firearms

As I mentioned above, we refuse to live in any State that does not
recognize and respect our right as free men and women to keep and bear
arms. I am convinced that, humanly speaking, the only reason there is
a modicum of liberty left in these States United is the presence of
nearly 100 million firearms held in the private possession of the
American people. As such, any State to which we would relocate had to
be firearm friendly.

Montana just might be the most gun friendly State in the entire
country. Consider: the average home in Montana has 27 firearms in it.
27! Compared to most places, the crime rate in this State is extremely
low. And a major reason for the peace and tranquility of this State is
the fact that the vast majority of Montanans are armed and prepared to
use those arms in their own defense.

Even most Democrats in Montana stand steadfast in the right of the
people to keep and bear arms. Example: it was the two Democrat US
Senators from Montana that, in essence, killed newly elected President
Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder’s attempt to resurrect
the Clinton “assault weapons” ban. During the US Supreme Court
Heller case deliberations, it was a Democrat Montana State
administration that wrote a letter to the court and to the Obama
administration warning them that when Montana joined the Union in
1889, it did so under the agreement that the federal government
recognized the right of individuals to keep and bear arms, and that if
now the federal government was refusing to recognize the right of the
people to keep and bear arms, the State of Montana would consider its
contract with the federal government (i.e., its entrance into the
Union) to be null and void!

In addition, open carry is lawful throughout the State of Montana.
That’s how deeply the citizens of Montana regard the right to armed
self-defense. Plus, Montana is in the middle of a region of states
that regard the Second Amendment just as dearly.

When push comes to shove (and it will), to be among people who are
willing to fight and die to preserve their right of self-defense was a
major factor as our family deliberated relocation.

Conclusion

I don’t think I have to convince many readers that America cannot
continue on the same path it’s on forever. There is a day of
reckoning coming, and everybody who has half a brain knows it! And
another thing, more and more of us are waking up to is the fact that
neither major party in Washington, D.C., is going to fix it. At this
point, I don’t think it can be fixed in Washington! The only hope
for freedom’s survival is stalwart, independent, courageous people
defending liberty one State at a time. And we (my family and I)
believe that the mountain states are the last best hope for freedom in
North America. And now you know a few of the reasons why we chose
Montana.

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Post by ezsuccess4u Fri Jul 22, 2011 5:24 am

My wife and I live in Reno, Nv for a lot of the same reasons! Like you say tho a lot of Californicators are among us...lol

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Post by Lee Fri Jul 22, 2011 5:34 am

A wonderful read. I lived in Sandpoint, Idaho for a number of years and moved back to California because of necessity, but can't wait to move back to Idaho or Montana where much of my family are still living. Keep up the good work. Spread your gospel. It is the truth.

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