I have written many posts about many topics over several years now. I now feel that it is time that I write about the ignorance of the general population in America. As I listen to and read the pettiness of party politics, it is more evident that this nation is failing.
I can blame many things on the nation’s decline. Education has been and will continue to be one of the major reasons it is failing. Not that funding is inadequate, but rather curriculum and teachers are failing to provide the education that is necessary to a free and prosperous nation.
We as People have failed to protect ourselves. We have allowed bureaucrats and corporatists to take our nation away from us. We have been enslaved by the very institutions that swore to protect us. Every discipline of our society has been infiltrated and corrupted by the elite. We have become enslaved and many don’t even realize it.
In my recent post Lawyers, Guns, And Money I did valiantly attempt to instill the outrage of what our so-called leaders are doing to take away our freedom. Since 2008 I have written and warned readers of the dangers we face, not from foreign terrorists, but from the very people we elect to represent our best interests.
In the post titles Real Money I explained what real money is and how the Federal Reserve Act created fiat currency that is debt and not real. I offered you the opportunity to educate yourselves and pointed you to the Money Masters website and the teachings of Nobel Prize winning economist Milton Friedman I have also written extensively about presidential candidate and Congressman, Dr. Ron Paul and why he would make the best President of the United States. The posts, What Would Really Happen If Ron Paul Were Elected President? and Ron Paul’s Plan to Reduce The Cost of Government explains why we need a President who understands that government does not create jobs but does prevent economic growth by its interference in the markets.
Most will point to the Patriot Act as the beginning of the loss of liberty, but it goes back in history much further. We can go back to the passage of the Federal Reserve Act, but I go even further back to the hiding of the Title of Nobility Amendment and the War of 1812. It really begins with the founding of this nation as a sovereign country, which was never fully accepted by the British Crown.
There is no doubt that our founders were rebels and in the eyes of the Crown, insurrectionists. By today's standards they may even be labeled as "terrorists" and were hunted down as those terrorists of today. Were they wrong in what that did? Shall we today, follow what our government dictates or stand up for our national sovereignty and our rights as free and sovereign individuals?