SETTING BRUSHFIRES OF FREEDOM
It does not take a majority to prevail... but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men. Samuel Adams
A spectre is haunting the United States. That spectre is collectivism.
Collectivism is the idea that the individual’s life belongs not to him but to the group or society of which he is merely a part, that he has no rights, and that he must sacrifice his values and goals for the group’s “greater good.” According to collectivism, the group or society is the basic unit of moral concern, and the individual is of value only insofar as he serves the group. As one advocate of this idea puts it: “Man has no rights except those which society permits him to enjoy.
Marxism, communism, socialism, progressive, and today's Democrat party all hold collectivist values.
In a collectivist state, the state controls and regulates all natural rights that are endowed by the Creator including life, liberty, property, speech, religion, assembly and so many more.
To be a part of the irate, tireless minority keen on setting brushfires of freedom you must,
A brushfire of freedom is an idea that is placed in the mind of a collectivist that cause that collectivist to start to think about what they believe and why they believe it.
Thoroughly understand what and why you believe what you believe. Learn and understand what and why the collectivist believes what they believe.
The way you do this is to never argue or debate a collectivist. Do not use rationale arguments, they do not care about facts. The best way is to ask them to explain what they mean or reverse the question. Then ask them why they believe that. The more they talk better chance you have of setting the brushfire, especially if they are trying to explain.