May 27, 2022

Operation Resist Tyranny

Defund Tyranny





  Within OPERATION RESIST TYRANNY are our Projects.  The objective of Project Defund Tyranny is to reduce the size, power, and scope of government.  We have too many agencies (specifically regulatory agencies) that make up their own laws that are then challenged in the courts where many of them are declared unconstitutional.   The cost to the taxpayers is in the billions and the impact on otherwise law abiding victims of bad regulations is devastating to those people.  Bad laws literally destroy innocent lives.

The idea to abolish the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Enforcement (BATFE) was pioneered by the same person who began OPERATION RESIST TYRANNY.  Today that idea has become a greater hope in the form of proposed legislation H.R. 3960.  It is in the House of Representatives, introduced by U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R. GA).  As of this date, it was too new to have a link, but we can answer any questions you may have.  Basically, the bill would eliminate the BATFE and get rid of unconstitutional regulations within that agency, leaving the Federal Bureau of Investigation  (FBI) to enforce federal statutory laws.  Greene’s bill would require that all confiscated firearms be auctioned off to the public, proceeds to go to the Border Patrol.  In the future all firearms laws would have to go through Congress as the FBI is just an investigatory body, not a regulatory agency.

Should this legislation get traction, it will serve as a catalyst to getting rid of a lot of other unnecessary and unconstitutional regulations and even abolishing agencies that are not cost effective.  That may include, but not limited to,  the federal Dept. of Education, the IRS, etc. 

You can help this effort by supporting THE CHARTER AND PROCLAMATION OF THE RIGHTS OF MAN and making sure your family and friends have a link to this website.  Then you want to call your U.S. Congressman, send an e mail, and send a letter.  Tell them you want them to support H.R. 3960 and get their feedback.  Call, e mail, and send them a letter.  Do all three.  Remember: this legislation will be a first step and only one of other projects we hope to work on.