Sunday, 11 May 2014

No Ma'am, That's Not History

The man presiding over a group called Young America's Foundation has just informed us contributors to the cause that -

* "Arkansas sixth graders were taught that the Bill of Rights is 'outdated'."
   (What's that you say?  In what way??  Aside from the fact that 'teaching' that attitude is reprehensible and purely propagandic, it could make for a lively debate.  But it doesn't appear that that was the point of the exercise.  I will read on…)

* "Florida elementary students were wrongly taught that our Constitution's Bill of Rights, guarantees citizens the 'right' to food and medicine."
   (Something is terribly wrong here.  The Constitution itself is all about securing "the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity" - i.e., letting The People keep their hard-earned income as much as possible, for them to spend as they see fit; is NOT about creating a state so powerful that it can spend The People's taxes as it sees fit.1  
   The American form of government is all about less government.  Not more.)   

* " High school students in Texas are being taught from a textbook that rewords the Second Amendment to give students the impression that membership in a state militia is required to protect oneself with a gun."
   (This is an outright falsehood, and propaganda.  Any serious student of the Bill of Rights knows that this Amendment is about individual rights; and takes note of the particular purpose, of The People being capable of defending themselves against a potential move from the federal government to act in the manner of a tyrant - like the King that the Colonists rid themselves of, for his arbitrary acts and ways against them.
   Lest we forget…)

* "And despite the clear right to freedom of speech guaranteed in the First Amendment, a teacher in North Carolina told her high school students that it could be a CRIME to criticize the President of the United States!"  (emphases in original throughout) 
   (The mind boggles…How soon the cry to echo in the country: 'Hail Caesar!  We who are about to die salute you!')

* "Today, the Left is teaching young people that the Constitution is a 'living and breathing' document and its authors were 'slaveholders'."
   (1) I would love to have a contract that was a 'living and breathing' document.  I could break it at will/make it say anything I wanted it to say.  How convenient.
   (2) Imagine that.  The people who constructed the Constitution were people of their time.  Tsk tsk.  Why, how dare they.)     

The letter goes on:

"My fellow Americans, these are not isolated incidents.

"The Left is engaging in a  systematic indoctrination of young students.

"And they've succeeded in creating a culture of destructive socialism that threatens your freedom!"

Ah, yes.  The operative word.  Well; both of them.  Socialism.  And freedom.  Which are mutually exclusive terms.  Unless you are of a (warped) bent of mind to think that a big state wielding a big stick can give you the 'freedom' to do whatever you want to do - on other people's money.  On the bent backs of the taxpayers.  Forced to do the bidding of the state.  And that that's the true meaning of that word……

So: We have socialists amongst us.  That's fine; a little pepper never hurt the melting-pot stew.  But the spice is threatening to take over the whole broth; and that will make it unpalatable.  In another way of putting it: make it susceptible to being spit out.  And perhaps violently.

I'm not going to use this space to mount a defense of the U.S. Constitution and free - to say, free-will - way of life.2  I'm just going to wrap this blog up with a bottom line:

There are other countries in the world experimenting with a basic socialist template.  I encourage our homegrown socialists - and those having come into this country from the outside - to go to one of those countries to live.  They would be more palatable there.  And at the same time, I would encourage those around the world who would like to experience in particular the founding principle of this country called 'essential liberty,' to apply to take their places, and join us in our experiment: of a mass of people willing to take on the responsibility of self-governance.  Not being governed by Royalty or Church or other State; being subject or serf.  But by the people; living by the rule of law, which, in our case, is called The Constitution, and our individual state constitutions.  And let us get on with the business at hand, of creating a little of Heaven on Earth - for being governed, not by Force.  But by Love.  Sweet Love. 

And that's a fact.        



1 The federal government, under the Constitution, is all about 'holding the space' - promoting a positive climate, and letting The People get on with their lives as best as they see fit; not 'doing it' for them.  "Provide for the common defence [sic], promote the general Welfare…" - the general welfare.  In relation to securing "the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity…"

2 Or detailed explication of my many years of investigation into this matter.  This matter, of the attempted takeover of the United States by these statists, these collectivists.  And how very close they are to the end of their subversion. 
     And in more ways than one.


P.S. The title of this blog has a dual meaning, the other to do with the history of the Mormon Church.  Perhaps another time, to be gone into.
     I just thought it a propos.

P.P.S.  And I see that the Usurper made a speech in my home state this week wherein he singled out as "wrongheaded" those Americans who don't have more trust in "the government".
     Right.  Just hold still just a little longer…tha-a-a-a-t's it…...and

(from 'Obama Urges "Wrongheaded" Americans to Trust Government More' - May 9 - posted May 11
('President bemoans "lack of confidence in our government"')


I think , as did the founding fathers, that religion has no place in government whatsoever, whether that religion is Christianity , Islam or Ecology.
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Stan Stanfield · Top Commenter · Stanford University  (May 11)

William Sekerak: I think, as did the founding fathers, that religion has a place in government. To quote John Adams, our second president: "Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other."

I would agree that religions can become oppressive. But the U.S. Constitution guards against that sort of thing, as it secures our liberty to govern ourselves, as a free people, under the clear rule of law. And may it ever be so.


…and a final thought for this evening, before I call it, actually, an early morning:

from '"Corsi: Tea Party Loyalists Can Impeach Obama and Block HIllary in 2016' - Dr. Jerome Corsi - May 11  

Stan Stanfield · Top Commenter · Stanford University  (May 12)

Dr. Corsi: with all due respect for all the good work that you have done in this regard, Impeachment is NOT the way to go. You can only impeach a legally sitting president. Obama is not a legally sitting president. He is an illegal squatter in the Oval Office. He must be dealt with accordingly. Which is, simply, to evict him (or allow him to resign); and remand him in custody for trial, for his various crimes. And that way, all of the legislation that he has signed into law, and all the Executive Orders and Directives and such that he has issued, and all the appointments that he has made, go out with him.

As it should be, for an Imposter. A Usurper of the highest office in the land. We, and the Constitution/rule of law have been insulted, by this 'mystery man' and his comrades and his Controllers. He must go. And the sooner, the better. For he is getting too close to orchestrating a false flag incident, and using it to declare Martial Law, thus to 'legally' suspend the Constitution. Never to see the light of day - and Truth - again, in the hands of these collectivists in control of the high ground these days; both the socialists on the Left and the fascists on the Right, who want to carve up the United States between them, and have it for their New World Order dinner.

I say No. And that is the position that the Tea Party types should take. Before it's too late to take ANY such a position, as the nation is submerged into a long dark night of despotism. 

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