Scrap the begging- bowl never kneel or stand in awe
For the past forty years, I have witnessed a federal invasion of fifty sovereign states and the dismantling of our Bill of Rights by politicians and judges behaving in an unconstitutional and rebellious manner. I am angry and fed up! I will no longer be governed by officials with ambitions unworthy of defense, not one virtue to share with the people, and no shame for their betrayals. Their game of totalitarian chess has continued far too long, and it is time for the people to checkmate these elitist bastards.
Our intent and persistence must become nationally respected, and actions effectively directed. Be always mindful that American politicians are excessively compensated public servants; not ennobled dandies from the Royal court. Scrap the begging-bowl! Never kneel or stand in awe while instructing these servants on their duties. Our attitudes towards politicians and delivery of demands mustimmediately change. Never request that the Constitution be obeyed. Demand! They are our servants! How much more illumination does this fact need before it can be readily grasp by the people? We are not subjects of a kingdom, and our attitude of subservience is repulsive to liberty-committed-patriots. As citizens and constitutional overseers of governmental powers, authoritatively voice your constitutionally supported demands and warnings to these hired representatives of the people. Never tolerate their broken campaign promises, or lack of constitutional compliance. We would not retain the services of any other incompetent, uncooperative, or arrogant employee. Therefore, it is absurd for us to accept saboteurs, oath-breakers, and betrayers of the public confidence. Doing so, is nothing less than national suicide. If earned, sincerely confer your respect and support. When not, publicly exhibit your mistrust and noncompliance to outlaw legislation. Conduct them accordingly. Never be impressed with positions or titles but only by honorable deeds.
Our Founding Fathers did not endure the abuses of a tyrannical government and learn nothing. Their goal was not to create a document of government sanctioned privileges, to be allotted out by contemporary miscreants in office. Ingeniously, they instead provided us with the Bill of Rights, which protects our Creator bestowed liberties and reinforces theFirst Law of Nature. The Constitution was conceived by the people and for the people, placing literal and enforceable limitations upon government. Additionally: Our Constitution is not symbolic of reluctant submission to individual liberties. To the contrary, our Founding Fathers heartedly endorsed the attributes of self-responsibility and individualism. Nor was the Constitution ever intended to be–as Socialist activism so absurdly argues–“a living, breathing document,” with the potential of transforming unalienable rights into privileges. Authentic representation and enforcement of constitutional principles defend the people from tyranny by our government.
In accordance with my understanding of their intent and doctrines, the spirits of our Founding Fathers grieve as this formerly brave populace now lives in fear and under the yoke of an oppressive Socialist government, where our national and individual sovereignty flutters precariously in the wind. They behold this bureaucracy as wasteful, incompetent, corrupt, and obscene. Our constitutionalist Fathers are troubled, as they further see this once noble nation of patriotic and pioneering citizens now betrayed by an imperialist warmongering president, unscrupulous politicians, and other cowardly federal bureaucrats.
The establishment of our Constitution demanded the display of courage and vigilance by a well-armed citizenry; its continued integrity will necessitate the same. Look around you. Be observant! Question all actions of government and propaganda from the unethical news media. Fear, denials, and escapism will not reward you with liberty; every gain demands a sacrifice. The original pioneering spirit of revolutionary America must be revived both within our hearts and national consciousness.
“I have said that the Declaration of Independence is the ring-bolt to the chain of your nation’s destiny; so, indeed, I regard it. The principles contained in that instrument are saving principles. Stand by those principles, be true to them on all occasions, in all places, against all foes, and at whatever cost.” — Frederick Douglass
Declaration of Independence: “WE hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness–That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these Ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its Foundation on such Principles, and organizing its Powers in such Form, as to them shall seem most likely to affect their Safety and Happiness.”
If not already aware that the Declaration of Independence was directed towards King George the Third, I would be convinced that the signers were addressing our own suffocating government. Our government–in its oppression of the people that formed it–has far exceeded the tyranny of Britain. As a citizen of this misused nation, my duty requires that I ask if it is now time for “the People to alter or abolish it, and to institute new Government”? Do we the people need a second Declaration of Independence?
“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, will make violent revolution inevitable.”
— John F. Kennedy, White House speech 
Our nation–intended as a Constitutional Republic–is in distress. And, not surprisingly, two paramount questions persist; requiring wisdom followed by courage, resolve, and strength. As did King George the Third, have our elected and appointed servants become so arrogant, and moved beyond the realm of reason, thereby compelling the formation of a new government by the people? If not, can we optimistically anticipate that restoration will be achieved through principled congressional intervention?
Regarding either potential, a large segment of the population shares similar anxieties yet remains ostensibly tranquil. For these patient but also determined individuals, the demoralizing and debilitating influences of Socialism will soon become unbearable. For the security of our nation, politicians must no longer ridicule such concerns as being irrelevant, nor be permitted to place their self-serving interests above the rights of the people and the Constitution. For a servant to mock his master’s anger is damn unwise.
Millions of honorable Americans fear and mistrust our government for several valid and obvious reasons. Such nationwide anxieties were never intended by our Founding Fathers. As a mass consciousness, this environment is preposterous, unhealthy, and intolerable. We the people have foolishly nurtured this parasitic bureaucracy, and it is now our duty to starve it. If we fail to acquire the necessary courage and fall short of this defensive responsibility, it will surely suck life’s freedoms from our children and theirs.
“Today, we need a nation of Minutemen, who are not only prepared to take arms, but citizens who regard the preservation of freedom as the basic purpose of their daily lives, and who are willing to consciously work and sacrifice for that freedom.” — John F. Kennedy
To say that I hate government would be inaccurate; it is a machine. For the efficient performance of any society government is necessary, but its power and interference with the owner/operator must be constrained. I have never authorized politicians to exercise a power of attorney over my professional or personal affairs. Nor have I ever relinquished my unalienable rights to the same in order to ensure my safety or for any other reason. All self-governing patriotic Americans are duty-bound to publicly condemn and resist unconstitutional intrusions.
Authority to enact and enforce unconstitutional law is nonexistent. Such laws are sustained through corrupt court judges, with the further threat of a federal gun. I refuse to conceal my contempt for subjugators of a sovereign people. When they are not enslaving us through taxation, they are busily forging our chains of enfeebling and imprisoning Socialist legislation. They have disgraced and sold us into a lifetime of servitude to Bully-Brother. Their fraudulent conduct has become the rule rather than the exception. It must stop! Self-preservation demands that these unstable mentalities be removed from office. Today, most politicians and bureaucrats are either unscrupulous or incompetent and should step down from their gilded pedestals. If they refuse, we the people must attempt to constitutionally expel them through impeachment and prosecution, or the ballot box.
There is nothing moral in our government forcibly taking from the earners and builders of this nation and then doling out the booty to the undeserving. This practice is socialistic, but properly called extortion. The United States Constitution does not recognize a Socialist form of government. Liberty has no correspondence with Socialism! Any suggestions or attempts to make changes in the direction of Socialism quell the American Dream; they are treasonous to the genuine patriots of our nation. This nation belongs to the sovereign people; not the government. And government becomes the oppressor when we the people–supported by constitutional law–judge it to be so. Under its present corrupt influence, I judge this government to be a subverter of the United States Constitution, a despoiler of morality, and a menace to our children’s future.
In order to maintain harmony with my conscience, I refuse to aid and abet out-of-control government by cooperating with federal agencies that were established in violation of the Constitution, or have a history of incompetent and criminal behavior. Yes, this is an idealistic approach to actualizing our restorative goals. And, ideals seldom become a reality. Mohandas Gandhi was a leader who did succeed in ending the oppression of his people through passive resistance. However, regardless of their praiseworthy efforts for a peaceful conclusion, George Washington and thousands of other revolutionary heroes were unable to secure liberty without the use of force. Today, there is another segment of our population that is outwardly less tranquil and nearing the breaking point of patience. To these conscientious free-spirited individualists, I will suggest that all avenues offering potentials for peaceful remedies must first be explored. Some will argue that when the pen runs dry, the sword must then deliver the message. Find more ink, and shield Excalibur for the present. Perhaps, the costly and irreversible consequences of extreme measures that both sides will bear can be avoided. In either event, truth and honor are on the side of liberty-committed-patriots; federal bureaucrats have neither. Mindful of the suffering and sacrifices endured by our forefathers, the bottom line nevertheless remains. Our Sovereign Constitutional Republic must be restored, “at whatever cost.”
Our liberty-committed Fathers were slanderously labeled and prosecuted by the British Empire as traitors and terrorists. Many lost their property or were put to death as a result. Our government–spurred by the “New World Order” policies of the current and past two administrations–will do no less in order to halt resistance to its unconstitutional behavior, and destroy our present-day defenders of freedom. Do not permit this government and media to divert your attention elsewhere. Shun these bureaucrats and their Socialist media conspirators when they identify your next friend or foe. Consult your conscience before condemning genuine American patriots who are willing to fight, and die for freedom and constitutional principles. Indeed, they stand between us and enslavement. Many have already lost their upright reputations, basic comforts, and property; some have had their lives taken from them. We must honor and support these brave patriots; they are our fathers and mothers, brothers and sisters, sons and daughters.
Government is the master of prevarication, and can easily deceive the unwitting. It is doing so now in regards to pre-knowledge of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Again, do not accept my words as fact, but I beseech all honorable Americans to seek and demand the truth regarding government deception. Use your own intelligence to discover these facts. You take responsibility! You investigate! You be the judge! If we are serious about having victorious results in this war on terrorism, then we must be scrupulously informed, consistent, and thorough in every action. Every source of terrorism must be identified and eradicated. Except for the strategy to be used in this war, it is irrelevant whether the lethal attacks directed towards the citizenry stems from foreign invaders, domestic militants, or treasonous government officials.
“Published originally at EtherZone.com : republication allowed with this notice and hyperlink intact.”