Our great nation has been hijacked. We are no longer free men. Much is not as it seems. Much is tenuous, many good people have been fooled by truly evil players. The time is upon us to take back the tenants of honor and equity and freedom upon which our nation was founded. The founding fathers of our great nation foresaw this day coming. They could not know the technology that we now have, still, they understood completely, the tendency of men toward domination over others. It is, at last, time for the “storm”.
Always things of a human nature, like the tides, the moon, and the sun, ebb and flow.
Always the past alludes us mortals, who turn our heads skyward for some grain of evidence – yet the sky is unyielding to our questions. So we stumble through the days of uncertainty until fate dictates the curtain close, and all is black again.
Each of us who have been born on the soil of the great land that is the United States of America has shared the honor of participating in one of the greatest human experiments of all time.
Finding its origins in the Code of Hammurabi five thousand years ago, and filtered through time, the basis of personal responsibility and, indeed, personal freedom manifested itself through oration after oration. The compilation of written laws, the concept of personal responsibility, the daring equity of many documents such as the Magna Carta, old English Law, and the culmination of the chance, in the defiant, desperate deed of unruly settlers, sparking, in Patrick Henry the ultimate declaration:
“Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! — I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!”
Time and complacency weather the finest steel, and so too has our union been etched and lost her gilded shroud. We, given the opportunity of finding Utopia, instead, have dwelt in the shadows of the machinery of our great republic. We have found ways to fool her and to manipulate her, and to bend the great collective experiment to serve our agenda. Always, the whole must be the primary consideration, but it finds itself indentured to the few.
The Civil War tested our resolve to stay the course, prompting Lincoln to ask:
“…… a new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proclamation that all men are created equal ………..testing whether that nation or any nation so conceived and so dedicated can long endure.”
Our nation was tested many times by war and by complacency, by manipulation and by money. At times we looked like we might collapse, but time after time, the principals of liberty drove men to act as men should act to uphold this great experiment. A current was building, though, even as we grew and with all of the prosperity of our nation, some, still, were left outside of the comfort of Mother America.
“Whether we turn to the declarations of the past, or to the professions of the present, the conduct of the nation seems equally hideous and revolting. America is false to the past, false to the present, and solemnly binds herself to be false to the future.”
Now, you and me, look at our great state! What have we allowed to pass. What have we done to the greatness, the honor, the tenure of integrity? Was it but a beautiful diversion, or did it really exist?
Were we not a nation so great that we reached out to all men and said to them; “You will not suffer torture, nor death, nor genocide. You will not suffer hunger. You will not suffer fear of aggression of neighboring states, for we are the great state of the United States of America and, we will protect you.”
Could it be that we, the great republic, are torturing our prisoners? Could it be that children go hungry in our streets? Could it be that we are afraid of a small band of fools, who, through some convoluted interpretation of religion, want death for America. Have all of the veterans of World War II died, and left nothing of honor, or valor, or bravery? Is it, as wounded and damaged as it has become, even worthy of the kind of drive that Patrick Henry laid out in his speech in Richmond, Virginia, so long ago?
I pray that this is not the end of the great experiment. I pray that, Like Rome, some future people do not tour the remains of our capital and wonder what great legions once built such a monument, and to what end?
“Democracies are reflections of the people who they serve”. This statement is primary to the acceptance of the rule of law in a democracy. The existence of society, in fact, is dependent of the acceptance of the rule of law, which is dependent on the governed’s acceptance of said government.
Governments are created to control people. This can yield a utopian result, or it can create a living hell, worse than death. All of the balanced dominos of acceptance by the governed are dependent on the constituent’s willingness to agree with the laws written and the equity of application of these laws.
History teaches us that governments are tenuous structures, structures that must metamorphosize over time to mirror changes in culture. The model of our representative republic allows for such change within the framework of our Constitution.
These rules apply to all of the governments to which we are subject. (local to national, to world) All must attain balance, consensus, if you prefer, or be subject to failure from coordinated actions (rebellion) of the governed.
Men have often, through the course of history, influenced governments for personal gain. This manipulation, and the actions taken to effect the revision of the equity of law, to favor a particular class is the failure mode of every governmental failure.
We are living, now, in an unusual time, when a relative few have acted to develop a plan of manipulation of our government. Many of those who work so very hard at this effort do so believing that they will reap the rewards of a better World. They will not.
At the head of this great and grotesque snake are very few, a cloistered class of the ultra-rich, who have developed this plan for decades. Those who are the “boots on the ground” will find themselves pawns of the ultra-powerful. They, like us, will be servants under the “New World Order”.
Change is inevitable. Change is good. Often, change is irreversible. When you trade something of great value, be certain that what you are buying is what you truly want.
It was a long time ago. It was an act of defiance, and it was an act of treason. It was based on a belief that men could govern themselves, and with appropriate checks and balances, corruption and manipulation could be kept in check.
The revolution was driven by men who were pushed to the limit, who could stand no more, who were so deeply and unjustly constrained that they came to the place where, as was stated in that little church in Richmond, by Patrick Henry “…give me liberty or give me death …” It was an act of desperation.
If they failed, they would be placed onto a ship and returned to jolly old England, tried, found guilty, taken to the yard and drawn and quartered. The death that Mr. Henry referred to was not a pleasant passing.
Our laws find their roots in the Code of Hammurabi, defined by the many revisions insisted on by the working class types, such as the Magna Carta, and then “modern” english law. We plagiarized and bastardized these elements until it met the needs of our little band of tyrants. For, you see we were, indeed, tyrants, terrorists, if you will.
And, thus was formed these United States of America well not quite that simply, but, you get the gist.
So, what happened? We have become a machine bound with rust and gum that hums and makes horrible noise, going nowhere, producing little. Where is our republic? Where are the great debates, the great statesmen, the great consensus?
They have gone where all such things go when a plan is left, structurally similar, to churn on year after year, decade after decade, century after century. The polarization of our two party system even our two party system itself, would be unthinkable to our founding fathers.
The overbearing monster that is our federal government would certainly bring Patrick Henry back from the grave to take up arms and level, again the battle cry “…Give me liberty or give me death.” We have left behind the liberty that these men risked everything to gain against insurmountable odds. We walked away from it for the promise of “safety”, “security” and conformity and complacency.
What man in 1950 could have conceived that Americans would board a plane with our baggage opened by strangers from the government, going through our undies in search of the evil from which they so freely promise to protect us? Who would have ever thought that schools would sport metal detectors and policemen? What World War II hero would have sat with his hands folded on his lap as a man held a flight attendant hostage with a box cutter?
Yet, that is what we have become a bunch of fat, lazy, fools, squandering riches beyond description for another donut or a piece of candy. We have lost our fire, we have lost our selves. A government that is spinning out of control seeks to control more and more until, at last, the only element to be managed is its constituency.
The Republicans dislike and distrust the Democrats. The Democrats dislike and distrust the Republicans. Either would rather lose than to see the other win. The government gets bigger and bigger and demands more and more of the wealth of the populous.
With more money comes more government, more control, the further subrogation of our freedom. We stand on and watch and every day the media feeds the fires of fear and we cower and hope and pray that the “evil” will not get us in our wellappointed living rooms.
Where is the American dream? It is inside of your head. You harbor it. You are the vessel that holds this precious thing. The elements of that dream are responsibility for one’s personal actions and the willingness to allow all to exercise their freedoms in any way that they wish, as long as they do not hurt others. If every one of us awoke tomorrow and thought those simple thoughts, laws and regulations could be pared down to a precious few. Men would, again, act as men were meant to act to protect those weaker than themselves. We would find, again, the tolerance that was the foundation of our nation.
The Federal Government was meant to oversee the few elements that are universal through all of the states it was never meant to tax and distribute with strings attached.
There are so many things that must be fixed for us to return to our position of prominence in the world. The grandest is this selfdefeating assumption that our government is there to guard us. Our government is there to serve us, to provide transportation between our states, to provide a coordinated military for the defense of our nation.
Most importantly, our government is to keep out of the lives of its people and allow them to enjoy our freedom. If we gain anything at the cost of the loss of our freedom, then all is lost and, for myself, I, too, say:
“Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!”
The Great United States of America is fading from the world stage, giving itself over to a greater entity. We no longer will be alone, stuck, cloistered in our nation. We will soon become a part of a “New World Order,” where we shall be a part of a grand scheme to manage every element of personal choice by our new world government.
We will have to give up some advantages for the betterment of the entirety. The United Nations, or some other well-named entity, will control our land and our food and our selves. It will control our breeding, the “party” will tell us what we may do in our homes. We will be policed and watched. Our neighbors will be rewarded if they turn us in for our transgressions.
It will be a more equitable world. Workers of Mexico City live in cardboard and tin shacks outside of the city. Americans live in clean beautiful homes, drive cars and eat well. Soon all of this will be fair, and it shall be the Americans, too, living in tin shacks.
At last, we will be competitive with third world countries. At last we will no longer feel badly about the lot of the poor of Africa, Central America, the Middle East. We will share their despair and their want. We, too, will suffer from curable disease. We too, will be used in every way by a superior ruling class, who shall treat us as less than dogs. At last, we will have made all equal and all equitable, not by picking up our brothers, but by handing over the greatest democracies to a totalitarian regime, who will rule all of us, and all of the world.
You may think me a conspiracy theorist. I may be one. If one believes that “they” are after you, you are paranoid. If they are, indeed, after you, are you somehow less paranoid? No, you are paranoid, still, you are just right. This is thus. The signs are everywhere. The documents are written, they have been voted on and adopted, not by our Congress, but by a United Nations which in no way represents the people of the United States, but theoretically the people of the world. In actuality, it represents only a small elite.
Without our consent or our understanding, our future has been passed off to this poorly defined entity by those who we trusted with our nation. The United Nations is not in existence to improve the world nor to help the people of our nation. It pretends to wish to protect the global environment but in actuality it exists to exact control over our lives – all of us – the world.
One day we will look back on these times when we fought one another and when we hated each other for the color of our skin, or our nationality, or our religion. One day we shall be equal at last. All of the enslaved are equal. Perhaps we will look out of the windows of our cells, or government housing, and wonder why we failed to help our fellow men when we were the advantaged.
Agenda 21 explains the use of environmental causes to move the populations of the earth into cloistered urban areas. Sovereignty of nations will soon be a thing of the past. So much will change, yet it will be a better world. It will be completely controlled and all will be fine for the new elite class. We and our children will serve willingly or perish, for this is the cost of our failure to maintain our freedom.
The people of the United States never were asked for our acceptance of the rule of The United Nations. Like the failing European Union, we have subordinated our sovereignty to the will of an international commission. None of it is constitutionally appropriate. None of it is a legal subordination of our governance. The United States must withdraw from the United Nations and we must, again, run the machine of our nation for the benefit of the people who are the constituency of our nation and our government.
You may wonder if such a thing is possible. It is happening. It has happened. If you believe that you can ignore our democracy, that you can live your life and not bother with such things, someone will pay attention. They are. They have been. There are men who care not for democracy. They care not for equity and for honor.
Some, who now think themselves elite, serve this effort. They build the structure, they do the dirty work. They believe that they will, one day, be our superiors. They shall share our cells. Stripped of their money, they will find that they, too, were never of the ruling class. They will be outcasts from the elite and from the serfs. Such fools!
It was once said, long ago in Philadelphia by a band of rebels who formed this great land, that one day we would have to fight to keep our democracy. I see the battle on the horizon. It is not so clearly defined as others. It is insidious and deeply planned. It is the greatest threat to the loss of a valuable way of life and a great nation. It will not be taken, if it is to be taken, by bayonet or rifle, mortar or bomb. It will be handed over, crumb by crumb, scrap by scrap, until there is nothing left. We will give it away out of fear and out of a misguided attempt to appease those who would take. We have given so much already, yet things have not improved, nor shall they. For never is freedom won by subordination, nor compromise. Always freedom is won through confrontation, too often it is paid for with blood, yet, even that is not too great a price.
Those who plan to rule believe that they are superior. They believe that they are entitled. In order for them to, at last, mount their throne, you must submit. The plan is being executed. You lose because you had so much, because your father worked hard and built, and saved, and paid his taxes. They will redistribute your wealth to make it equal, but they will not redistribute their wealth. They shall rule the world as you submit to them. With each submission their strength grows. It is our children who will serve those who control the New World Order. They will learn to serve.
The evolution of this plan is not new. This has been evolving for a very long time. Always, there has been good and bad. Always there is the Yin offset by the Yang. Always one entity sets out to rule the world. Always they fail. Perhaps we are not the men our fathers were. Perhaps, this time they shall succeed.