By David A. McElroy
August 13, 2012
We see endless articles about the corruption and tyranny in all of our institutions, in government and out. We receive endless pleas from various organizations begging for donations to carry on the work of this or that noble cause. We write letters and make phone calls to the District of Criminals, repeatedly. Tom Neilsen interrupted Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney’s running mate, to ask a question recently. The 71 year old man was immediately drug out of the meeting by police and thrown to the floor. He was cuffed and arrested. We have a “president” who is a self-avowed Marxist who claims the right to detain, torture, or kill anyone, anytime, anywhere on his signature alone, with no due process, no judicial review. Our Bill of Rights is a dead letter.
How long must we study and debate the situation before we conclude the gangster with a gun to our head is a threat to life and liberty? We need no more research. No. We need to take action quickly while some of us yet recall what America was once upon a time.
Infinite intellectual debate is a ploy to stymie action. We are always cautioned that an issue needs more study, further discussion. We are always warned against taking action, told we need to build consensus and win a majority of the people to win. And yes, send your badly needed dollars to “nonprofit” agencies that always promise that next year will see better results if they can just raise more money to lobby politicians in the District of Criminals, or sue in corrupt courts. I recall the “Tar Baby” in the old Uncle Remus story, where Brer Rabbit had to give that sticky wicket a piece of his mind. With each blow he just got mired deeper in the nasty thing, soiling himself badly. That’s how evil gangster government works.
The Ten Commandments are all the “social justice” we need.
American people need to return to their heritage based on Truth, Justice, and Liberty. They need to return to their Bible-based Christian American Heritage that saw a great nation of strong independent people arise. George Washington said “It is impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible. In John 8:32, Jesus Christ promised his disciples that “You shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.” In a time of universal deceit, like now, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. We must speak truth to power, knowing the “Father of Lies” resides within that pentagram of streets surrounding Capitol Hill and the White House. If you don’t think so, read Tom Horn’s recent book, Apollyon Rising 2012. We must starve the beast, deny it our blood, sweat, and tears. We must be bold like Tom Neilsen, and call elected officials to account. Do it now.
We must look at our responsibilities in repentance. Patrick Henry, best remembered for declaring “Give me liberty or give me death!”, offered good counsel. Henry stated that “Bad men cannot make good citizens. It is impossible that a nation of infidels or idolaters should be a nation of freemen. It is when a people forget God that tyrants forge their chains. A vitiated state of morals, a corrupted public conscience, is incompatible with freedom. No free government, or the blessings of liberty, can be preserved to any people but by a firm adherence to justice, moderation, temperance, frugality, and virtue; and by a frequent recurrence to fundamental principles.” Bondage to Christ is liberty among men.