"Repetition is the mother of skill." --Tony Robbins
What is the Patriot Circle?
Well, what is the Patriot Circle not?
It's not a new political party;
not a partisan or special
not a sovereign movement or
program to incite tax resistance;
not a revolutionary front;
not a religious
or philosophical cult;
not anything substantively new, in fact.
The Patriot Circle doesn't even
have a political agenda, per se.
Rather, it's a structure, a
vehicle by which
we, the American Patriots, can define a political agenda while
addressing our social wounds.
We shall rediscover and exercise our core
common interests by recording our points of agreement across the
Nation and organizing ourselves in order to take effective
action and create real and lasting change in the common interest
and for the common good.
"revolution" a bit extreme?
Some think of revolution as a violent, bloody and
terrible affair, but it need not necessarily be so.
Ours is a peaceful revolution.
These are the definitions we intend:
The overthrow of one government and its replacement with
another (in terms of the individuals seated in government
- The overthrow or repudiation of a regime or
political system by the governed (in terms of the necessary
roll-back of systemic changes that the money powers have
succeeded in making to our constitutional framework and
republican structures that will be required to restore
- A cycle of successive
events or changes (in terms of the process of deep change
that we, individually and collectively, will need to
embrace to transform our nation into America the
When one understands and accepts that
our entire national history is defined by the struggle
between the parasitic money powers and the principles and
democracy; that the money powers have won by deception and
treachery and "our" government is in fact not ours at all but
their mere proxy; and that they are right now in the end
game of intentionally and forever destroying America; then
the only appropriate call is for
Yes, these may seem radical ideas in the
context of the successful perversion of history that we are
taught through the public school system and the media - both
of which are propaganda instruments of the money powers, but
they are were not radical ideas for most of our nation's
history and are well documented in the writings and
addresses of our
nation's heroes such as Thomas Jefferson, James Madison,
Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln, to name but a few.
Who created the Patriot
Circle and why?
We are a group of concerned
citizens with no formal ties to any political party, group or
organization. We don't work for anyone, are not funded
by any sources other than public support, and are beholden to
no one but you, the American People. We have no secrets or
We do this because we must: knowledge implies a moral
imperative to act, and we hope to infect you with this
knowledge and passion.
Are you asking me to change what I think and believe?
No. This is an all-welcome, come-as-you-are
movement. However, we are asking you to change
how you think, orienting from competitive
partisanship towards a recognition of our common
interest core beliefs, needs and wants so that we
can work together to achieve them.
the Patriot Circle non-partisan?
no. The Patriot Circle organization is
non-partisan in that we don't represent any party of
party agenda; but our membership is pan-partisan,
meaning it welcomes and includes everyone with their partisan
affiliations and positions.
Patriot Circle a centrist movement?
Centrism is a dangerous trend in current politics
that attempts to homogenize partisans to a
compromised moderate position as if it were a
consensus process. It is not.
When we hear calls to end partisanship emanating
from the establishment, we hear an effort to trick
us into believing it's a good thing. It's not.
The Patriot Circle invites all to come as we are
from across the political spectrum, knowing that we
disagree on much, but gathering to discover where we
agree so we can focus together on preserving those
things - core things such as liberty and justice,
the Constitution, etc....
Does the Patriot Circle have a political position or
No... and yes.
The pc seeks to elicit consensus on what we,
the People of America, believe, need and want in order to develop
agendas. To do so, we ask open questions within the
Consensus Council process, the answers of which are then
collected and organized by frequency of expression to provide the
basis of our social and political agendas; and as our movement
grows, we will regularly float polls or referenda on important
issues for the same purpose. As such, the PC does not begin with an
agenda beyond our mission statement and its elaborated
implications. At the same time, we do certainly intend to use
influence with integrity to promote a set of social and political
changes that we believe, upon very careful study and reflection, to
represent the essential common interest questions that we hope will
form the core of our consensus agenda.
Does the material on this site represent the final word?
The Patriot Circle materials are
all working documents: they will evolve as we gain
experience, gather input and data from the Consensus
Council process, and receive feedback from you.
Don't tell us what's wrong or can't be done; tell
us how to do it better.