Once in a while we get a little chance to assess our lives and try to determine where we’ve been, where we are going to and where we want to go to. What we want to do with our lives. I just received another such “opportunity” and I don’t let this one pass me by.
What I am witnessing today is a meltdown of the Constitution of the United States of America and the results of decades of insanity among the people and our leaders. We can no longer think right as human beings. We seem to all gravitate to what I call “the lowest common denominator” in our behavior. Rather than risking offending others, we seek to earn their approval by mimicking their poor choices in behaviors.
And we are so out of it; we are so insane that we are unable to realize how far we’ve fallen as a civilization and how fragile civilization truly is, has become and has always been. My fear is that we are going to descend into disorder so quickly that we will fail to realize what has hit us and what we are doing.
My job, at this point in my life, is to wake up my fellow Americans in the hopes that we might rally around the Constitution of the United States of America and once again thrive as a nation of freemen, as free individuals within that nation. Moreover, I pray we might be able to export our ideals and see to it men and women around the world go free.
We, in this country, are so insane that we fail to recognize the reality for what it is. We had the best form of government ever to come into existence on the planet but we have given it away, given it up, and handed ourselves over to the most banal types of existence and slaveries ever to exist on the face of the earth.
We used to be freemen and that meant something, but now we sell ourselves and each other down the drain so quickly that there is no ring around the tub. But the slime that sticks to the sides as our humanity and character have gone down the drain cannot be mistaken. Truly, we have descended to new depths.
We are fools who are so easily fooled. We think “someone will give me something for nothing.” And we live by that mass delusion. We elect presidents based upon what they promise to give us rather than upon the character of that individual. We are facing the end of our rights to exist as freemen and we deserve no better than the coming slavery.
We have abandoned our God and in return are Lord has abandoned us. We have destroyed the mechanisms which our Constitution was endowed in order to protect our liberty and we deserve nothing less than the slavery we are getting.
This is not to say we could not have an American Renaissance but it is not going to be easy. If we believe the last election was fair and true, then there are a lot of Americans whose minds will have to be changed and who spirits will have to be reawakened. On the other hand if the last election was a farce and a fraud, then we are going to have hell to pay, literally hell on earth in order to throw off the yoke that our “leaders” are trying to foist off on us.
People call in and ask me, “What can be done about it?” They want to know what they can do about it. First of all each individual needs to educate him or herself. Those who say they don’t have time to read don’t deserve anything but slavery. Those who refuse to educate themselves and bring themselves up to speed regarding the truth abut the history of the nature of our Constitution and the American Revolution do not deserve freedom.
We may actually have to fight on our own soil. The problem is: “what are we going to fight about?” Or “what are we going to fight for?” If society truly descends into disorder then lines may be drawn based upon simple things such as race but the fact is what divides us is not something so obvious and so simplistic as visual appearances. How are we going to fight, or ferret out those so-called liberals among us who want to do nothing more than enslave us who merely want a return to the Constitution and rule under law is beyond me?
Those who rule us definitely are above the laws. They remind us about that time and time again. But the tyranny that seems to exist appears to be a tyranny of bureaucracy. It is elusive but it is time to slay the beast and lay it to rest once and for ever. The federal government as it is today must be cut to pieces and large bodies of it buried and laid to rest. I suggest we start with that most “un-federal” tyrant—the so-called “Federal” Reserve. Once we slay that beast, reigning in a Congress that has been running wild for far too long will be easily achieved.