Choosing America

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Historically, the mightiest and most commanding of all civilizations have shared analogous characteristics. The average survival rate for each of these societies has been approximately 200 years, as recorded by British Professor Alexander Tyler, many decades ago, when writing of the Athenian Republic.

According to Tyler, the result of man’s maturity and progress through time is easily depicted in the sequence of events below:

‘Bondage to Spiritual Faith’
‘Spiritual Faith to Great Courage’
‘Great Courage to Abundance’
‘Abundance to Selfishness’
‘Selfishness to Complacency’
‘Complacency to Apathy’
‘Apathy to Dependency’
‘Dependency back to Bondage’

The Professor asserted that a democracy is unable to permanently exist as ‘solo’ form of government, once it’s discovered that human beings can vote for handouts from the public treasury, but that it will easily crumble at the feet of diffuse fiscal spending only to be followed by dictatorship.

What does this say about the current situation, here in America?

Following a manipulative process, fraught with fraud, irresponsible press and funded by the Shadow Party’s Soros, on January 20th, 2008, Officials leading the United States and its constituent state governments perpetuated a major procedural error by allowing an unqualified candidate to seek and attain the highest office in the land. They failed to uphold their US Constitutional requirements to insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the basic elements of liberty according to the intentions of the Founding Fathers as expressed in their earliest papers.

Constitutional requirements are clear, yet have been largely ignored, poked fun at and ridiculed for daring to demand that our most sacred regulatory process be respected and upheld. Lawsuits thrown out, appeals denied, justice mocked as this Administration, Congress, Senate and Supreme Court go about their business of dismantling America, brick by brick.

This unconstitutional attempt to machinate and redirect our Republic into some other form of government is preposterous. Will we remain a nation of laws, or shall we become like our neighbors in Europe, taxed without choice or representation, all services nationalized, further rolling out the welcome mat for Shar’iah law and the western penetration of Islam?

In a letter to James Warren, dated November 4, 1775 Samuel Adams declared that ‘No people will tamely surrender their Liberties, nor can any be easily subdued, when knowledge is diffused and Virtue is preserved. On the Contrary, when People are universally ignorant, and debauched in their Manners, they will sink under their own weight without the Aid of foreign Invaders’

One thing is for certain: with and since 2008’s election, America’s masses have reawakened.
But then, Jefferson did say that very generation needs a new revolution.