Monday, June 3, 2013

How Do Dew Drop Warriors Fight Evil

How Do Dew Drop Warriors Fight Evil

Many people have been sending emails with important questions about the Dew Drop Warriors.  One of the most common questions is:

Since you use “non-violent, legal tactics to defeat evil and oppression”, how do you fight the bad guys.

Evil people have corrupted souls.  The evil they do is not restricted to the specific offense that is reported to us.  Almost always these perpetrators are evil in many aspects of their lives.  Frequently evil people are very careful to protect themselves from the consequences of their most obvious sins.  They also enjoy the protection of the ruling elite agencies with which they are affiliated.  For instance the standard protocol for redress of a grievance against an attorney is to make a report to the local bar association.  Talk about the fox guarding the hen house!. 

So, our tactic is to find the less obvious vulnerabilities.  Al Capone did not go to prison for his major sins of murder and other gangster activites.  He went to prison for tax evasion.  Bill Clinton was not impeached for compromising our nation’s security with the Chinese or having adulterous sex in the oval office.  He was impeached for lying.  Richard Nixon was not impeached for the Watergate break in, but for the cover up that followed.  John Edwards was not indicted for adultery committed against his cancer stricken wife but for improper use of campaign money.  You get the idea.

The Dew Drop Warriors find out everything we can about evil people who are reported to us.  We find their vulnerabilities. Evil people cannot possibly hide all their evil.  When we discover a weak spot we leverage that weakness to bring them down.  To see a report on how this applies to Obama’s ineligibility see this analysis of all the vulnerabilities Obama has collected over his life time.  Obama cannot possibly hide all the evil of his life:

Our success rate is very high because evil people are very vulnerable and it is the will of the Lord to establish justice.

Needless to say these efforts cost money. We are an all volunteer army.  We provide our own weapons and ammunition with our own money.  We do not get paid to be Dew Drop Warriors.  In fact the Dew Drop Warriors pay to be part of this army.  All money raised goes for administrative expenses.  Please contribute to our efforts whatever you can even if the only thing you can afford is your prayers.

"O God, we beseech Thee to guide us aright for we are very determined.”

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