October 7th, 2009

Active Duty Troops In Iraq Are Wearing Oath Keeper Tabs: “… what we are wearing while over here in Iraq”


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A Three Percent Oath Keeper in Iraq

The above photo was submitted by an active duty Oath Keeper in Mosul Iraq, sporting an Oath Keepers tab.   As his other tab and patch make clear, he is also a “Three Percenter.”  (see below)

The photo was also posted over at the Sipsey Street Irregulars blog with this message:

Just thought the WRSA [Western Rifle Shooters Association] and the Sipsey Street boys might like to see what we are wearing while over here in Iraq.  We . . . know what the deal is, and when the time comes (which it will), we know where we stand and continue to make preparations for it.

Keep up the good work!

Regards from Mosul,
K7C

All I can say to that is Hooah!  Thank you for your service, K7C, and for stepping up.  Give our best regards to your brothers in arms, and let them know we have your six back home.  If any of you need anything at all, from socks to helmets, to body armor, just ask and it will be provided.   We need you to stay safe and come home healthy.

Oath Keepers here stateside, let your brothers on active duty in Iraq know how you feel.  They do come here to read comments, count on that.

Note that the tab in the photo is not the same tab we sell here on our site (which is more of a police style tab).  We are having military ACU style tabs with velcro made up, but they are not yet finished.  That means the troops are having their own Oath Keeper tabs made up!  And no, we did not put them up to it.   They are doing this on their own initiative.

So take heart!  The message of the oath and its obligations is spreading, and the Guardians of the Republic are listening and responding.   And every time you act to spread the message, by whatever means, you cannot know what impact you will have, or how far it will reach.  That’s why it’s so crucial that we each do what we can to reach, teach, and inspire as many active duty as possible about their obligation to defend the Constitution and their duty to refuse unlawful orders that would violate the rights of their fellow Americans.

Upcoming Outreach Effort to Put Tabs, DVD’s, and OK Handbooks in the Hands of Active Duty

Coincidentally, the tabs those troops are wearing are almost exactly like the tabs we are having made for our upcoming care package initiative, which will put an Oath Keeper tab, DVD, Oath Keepers handbook, copy of the Declaration of Independence and Constitution, and other outreach materials, into the hands of active duty deployed worldwide.  We plan on launching that effort on Veteran’s Day, November 11 and continuing right on through Bill of Rights Day, December 15, with the goal of delivering all the care packages by Christmas.  Now imagine what that will be like!  Tens of thousands of our troops reached with the message and a tab.  I will post more details very soon.

What’s a Three Percenter?

Now, seeing the other tab and patch in the photo, you may ask “what is a three percenter?”  The narrowest definition is that three percenters are hard-line gun owners who are done backing up and will not comply with more infringements of their right to bear arms.   A broader definition would be that they are hard-line Americans who are done backing up and will not comply with further  infringement of any of their rights.  It also alludes to the three percent of the colonists who took to the field against the King during the Revolution, and the estimation that at least three percent of modern Americans will actively fight, if it comes to it, to preserve liberty.  Read this essay for more explanation.

Oath Keepers and Three Percenters are separate groups, but it is not a surprise to see people who consider themselves both an Oath Keeper and a Three Percenter. If you read the supplied links you will see why.

While we Oath Keepers have a specialized mission of outreach to current serving, focused on the oath and on refusing to obey unlawful orders, there’s lots of common ground and shared commitment to the Republic among both groups.   Go here to read what the Sipsey Street blog has to say about that.

Oath Keepers, expect to see more of these tabs popping up soon, even before we begin our care package initiative.  You are making a real difference.   Keep up the good work!

For the Republic,

Stewart Rhodes




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313 Responses to “Active Duty Troops In Iraq Are Wearing Oath Keeper Tabs: “… what we are wearing while over here in Iraq””

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  1. 11
    Dan Botsford Says:

    Now thats inspiring! We are going to win this thing!

  2. 12
    Jim Laubler Says:

    Send out the message on UBS cards, too. If the message is not too big, the smaller ones should be relatively cheap. Maybe there is a source for bulk.

  3. 13
    Jan Straubinger Says:

    Our people are good to go, never doubt their patriotism or knowing right from wrong . TOUJOURS PRET

  4. 14
    Skrag Says:

    That is the kind of care package I would gladly sponsor.

  5. 15
    Randall Covey Says:

    That’s sweet. Score one for the good guys.

    Randall Covey

  6. 16
    Jesse Carreon Says:

    God Bless and God Speed!!!

  7. 17
    maggie passaro Says:

    just know this . I love you guys and thanks to all who are fighting for mine and everyones freedoms , I pray for all.

  8. 18
    luvPatriots(twitter) Says:

    Thank God the word is getting out! Reach, Teach and Inspire! I love my fellow Oathkeepers! They are the true Guardians of the Constitution! Stay safe, sure wish you all were home, NOW!

  9. 19
    Mjolnir Says:

    There are always custom sewing shops outside of military bases, and in the sandbox they”re there too. so If you live close to a military base you can go to a local sewing shop and have them made…likely what these guys in Iraq did.

    I am planning on visiting my local shop soon as well. I didn’t even think of this until I saw this post about the threepers and oathkeepers in Iraq…lol.

  10. 20
    PrivateD Says:

    As a citizen, non-military background, I want to thank all the men and women around the globe that are paying for my freedom. It was handed to me, I do not take for granted that it is a gift that somebody else purchased and gave to me without me asking for it and expecting nothing in return.

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