Stealing A Friend’s Idea

Which pill would you choose?

Yesterday fellow patriot, political speaker, and one of the few people I consider a true friend, Michael Gaddy, wrote an article entitled What If. He begins his rant by saying, “Any American citizen with an IQ higher than the sum of their fingers and toes, has stopped, at some time, under some circumstance, to ask themselves about the legitimacy of the political system under which they live.

It stands to reason most people are steered toward personal involvement in politics, not because they are well served by their government, but, just the opposite, they feel oppressed by that system. The popular thought is: to accomplish “change,” which in their eyes will be for the positive, one must affiliate themselves with either the right or the left paradigm of political thought. Why is it that any “change” by elected officials, of either political persuasion, is always away from the Constitution and Bill of Rights?”

I read Mike’s rant twice last night after getting home from work, and once again this morning but it was these first two paragraphs that kept drawing my attention to them. You see, I only know what people are thinking politically by one of two ways; either I speak with them face to face on the subject or they comment on something I write. Typically my own rants, or commentaries, draw very few responses, so my only way of gauging what people are thinking politically is by listening to what they say in regards to the subject.

Using that as my basis for gauging what people think politically I have come to the conclusion that very few people even give politics, American History, the purpose for and powers given their government, or the actions of an out of control government much thought. Sure, there are a few who do; but they are a minority. Most are content to go through life watching a 30 minute network or cable news service for their news and information; then go back to whatever it is they do with the rest of their spare time. They have no idea of the truths that are being withheld from them and the fact that they are being told lies in place of the truth.

So, to steal Mike’s title for a moment, what if I’m right; what if everything I have been harping about is the truth and all the things you have believed in all these years prove to be a lie; what are you going to do about it? The way I see it is that by the time you figure that out it will be too late to do ANYTHING about it. By the time most people stop trusting their elected representatives or the media the military or UN Forces will be banging on their doors or marching down their streets. By the time people realize I was right they will either be forced to accept an RFID chip in their arm or hand, or be unable to buy and sell goods. By the time people realize I was speaking the truth the dollar will have crashed, civil unrest will have broke out, Martial Law will have been declared, and we will be on our way to a One World Government and currency. In short, by the time people realize ole Neal was right; it will be too late.

I know with all the political correctness going on that what I am about to say may offend some; but it needs saying nonetheless. There has been, and continues to be, an effort in this country to keep the people of it stupid. It really is almost like The Matrix in which most people live their lives in a dream world when they can’t see what is really happening. And just like in the Matrix there are those who have seen the truth and have unplugged from the lie and see the world as it really is.

I’m not saying you are stuck inside some gel filled cocoon with electrical cords plugged into you to harness the energy your body produces. I am however saying that a carefully crafted web of lies has gradually been sold to you over the years; and you have fallen for them. I am saying that all this ‘entertainment’ be it Reality TV, Nationalized Sports, or round the clock shopping networks have been designed to keep your focus upon anything but the truth; and it has worked wonderfully as people today care more about what is happening with their favorite sports team instead of taking the time to learn the truth about their system of government and its abuses of power.

The news media will give us just enough of a story to get our attention; then they will spin it whichever way their corporate masters tell them to so as to sway public opinion one way or the other. They play us against each other like pawns in a game of chess so we cannot see who the real enemy is; our government and the people who own and control it. It is the age old strategy of divide and conquer; and it is working like a charm right here and now and you don’t even realize you are falling for it.

Two hundred thirty years ago James Madison wrote something called A Memorial and Remonstrance Against Religious Assessments. Don’t worry, I’m not going to start preaching about religion on you; but there is a quote from Madison’s work that you need to read. Madison writes, “Because it is proper to take alarm at the first experiment on our liberties. We hold this prudent jealousy to be the first duty of Citizens, and one of the noblest characteristics of the late Revolution. The free men of America did not wait till usurped power had strengthened itself by exercise, and entagled the question in precedents. They saw all the consequences in the principle, and they avoided the consequences by denying the principle. We revere this lesson too much soon to forget it.”

Well, we have forgotten it; at least most of you have. Usurped power has strengthened itself by exercise and entangling precedents and is so firmly entrenched now that nothing but an outright revolution stands a chance of removing it. I’m not telling you to pick up a gun and start a war; just saying that the extent to which our rights have been violated and usurped power has become the norm don’t stand a chance of being reversed at the ballot box.

One final quote and then I’ll let you get back to your lives. After the Constitution had been produced and submitted to the convention for its approval, a speech prepared by Ben Franklin was read to the delegates prior to their voting upon the Constitution. In his speech Franklin said, “I think a general Government necessary for us, and there is no form of government but what may be a blessing to the people, if well administered; and I believe, farther, that this is likely to be well administered for a course of years, and can only end in despotism, as other forms have done before it, when the people shall become so corrupted as to need despotic government, being incapable of any other.”

All I have to say about it is; that time has come, people are so uninformed, politically illiterate and gullible that a despotic government is all they are capable of selecting. All I know that I refuse to waste my time participating in who will further enslave me; I’m on to their game and I refuse to play it any more.

About Br'er Rabbit

I'm just one person out of millions of others. The only thing different about me is that I don't walk around with my head up my ass.
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