For a nation created on one simple philosophical concept—the liberty of man—why are we now acting as if this is something new?
Are we as a nation really this oblivious to this nation’s design? Are we not aware that the basic principle that is this nation is the use of the most dangerous power known to mankind—government—to protect the enumerated rights of all men equally using that power of—government—to preserve those liberties.
Sounds a bit like a diametric opposite, using the danger of government to protect the liberty of man from the most dangerous enemy of mankind; government. Yet this task, this concept of epic proportions no other society ever attempted, or even envisioned, is the bed rock, the cornerstone of this nation; this miracle we call the United States of America.
As a nation we have come to accept interpretation of others as the description of the words we use. How this occurs is a strange journey of historical acknowledgement in itself. How we accept the inverse of the reality of words and presentations is difficult to even conceive how it occurred.
What is our definition of ‘liberty?’ Ask yourself that question; is your definition absolute, do you know? If you do you’re the exception, not the norm in our society. For in our society, we use the words of ‘liberty’ and the world ‘freedom’ as if they are synonyms of each other—when in reality the identify completely different concepts. Liberty is endowed in the endowment of the rights of our creator. It is not some man defined measurement of man’s determination of what ‘rights’ are. It is the universal constant of the reality of life; that all men are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights—those we are by some miracle we as man have no more idea of this miracle than we do of most of this universes wonders.
Freedom is one and only one thing; it is the protection of intrusion of government to make laws, and legislation to dictate what and whatnot we as citizens of this nation—are allowed to, and compelled to, and not allowed to do—all on the dictates…the absolute totalitarianism sovereignty…of the government.
Is it not but just another example of the problem we have with representation in our society? Here is an interesting example of something I’ve never been able to comprehend.
Universally among men on the face of this planet, the color red is associated with the government of blood—communism—as there is no record in history of the advancement of communism without using…as Mao told us, from the barrel of a gun…to advance this political dementia.
Yet in this nation—we allow the journalist, to use the colors of those who would be ‘conservative’ and preserve the past, preserve this nation—as the red states; the complete inverse of reality acknowledged worldwide. Does this not immediately bring up the question, why? If one political party is by their own avocation, we are to ‘fundamentally transform’ this nation; are they not the same as communist? For what is the diametric opposite of the concept of the American government? Is it not the absolute removal of individual liberty of man, by the advancement of government regulations destroying the freedom of man? Is this not the identification of communism? And if communism is identified as red, and the party that advocates this same design, then why in the name of Hades are they given the diametrical opposite in identifying color?
In this nation, those who are advocates of the preservation of our concept of constitutional protections of the design of our nation—given the moniker of conservative, preserving what it good and proven—not identified as ‘true blue’ to the philosophical idealism and the vision of this nation’s design—those are not given the moniker of identification of ‘blue’ is beyond rational comprehension or reason.
Why is it that as Americans we do not know the lies presented by government, we accept as if they have some credibility of absoluteness?
So you know the first major lie perpetuated on the citizens of this nation? Can you identify it? There are probably as many things that can be identifies as there are citizens in this nation. In my study of the wonder of this nation, one stands out as the most destructive ever perpetrated on the American people. We know it as the ‘federalist papers,’ and were told that if we agree, if we ratify this design of allowing federal government with power—we will not have a totalitarian sovereign dictatorship—the very reason this nation became a nation declaring their independence from the crown of Britain.
If we study history what do we find? We find that those who opposed these concepts and the reasons they gave; by the acceptance of centralized government, have today watched in horror as all of their warnings, all of their identifications have come to pass. For in the world of reality, as so eloquently stated by the identification of our founders, ‘government is a necessary evil;’ yet they did not add the rest of the acknowledgement which they should have, ‘for man has not figured out how we can have civilization without this evil intrusion.’
Currently what is the lie that is promoted on our nation that is not only a travesty; it is the foundations of the tragedy that is occurring on our society.
Who as an American does not shudder whenever you hear anyone express this statement; ‘diversity is our strength!’
Are there really people who believe this absolute un-established fallacy, without one example identifying such? Did you ever stop for one moment and ask yourself; what can be identified of our nation’s political foundations that have come from any culture, any legal environment, and civilization than that of the journey of English History? There are none that anyone can identify, for there are none.
It is sad that so few in this nation know our nation’s history, let alone the history of what was the foundations of where these concepts, these philosophical ideals came from; or even understand that the trials and tribulations to reach the conclusion—the foundations—of this nation’s design did not appear miraculously. Our bedrock, our nation’s wonder is the sum of mankind’s journey to find a way to preserve the enumerated rights endowed to us. It is the struggle of rejecting totalitarian sovereignty of government. We are the product of the idealism that ‘all men are created equal’ and that none—through the design of God, nor the civil rights of government legislation—have any rights greater than all men.
We have in this nation, not forgotten that reality. Sadly our problem is that so many in this nation have never possessed or known that knowledge of wonder—appreciate the miracle that is this nation—to begin with!