Our nation is divided. Just like most things, division can be considered to be a bad situation or a good situation, depending on your end goal. Those of us who consider this division to be bad do so because we believe it is tearing apart our Constitutional Republic. We want to remain a Constitutional Republic that adheres to the principles of Individualism, rule of law, the law being blind, the concept of one vote for all legally registered citizens, the vigil protection of our individual liberties, or the principles upon which our nation was founded and enable the United States of America to become what the world has viewed as that “city on the hill”.
Those who consider the division to be good, have just the opposite viewpoint. They believe that our society, our institutions, our traditions, our history, our values, our nation must be destroyed and rebuilt as a collectivist nation. They believe that our Constitutional Republic must be transformed to a Marxist totalitarian state as stated by Comrade Obama on October 30, 2008.
These differences seem to be insurmountable; one faction believing in individual liberties and rights, rule of law, equal opportunity for achievement, and the other believing and promoting all that is evil in collectivism, or denial of individual liberties and rights, arbitrary law, state mandated equal outcome as opposed to equal opportunity, and total state control of the lives and the thoughts of all people.
Yes, there are answers to overcome these differences, but in order to restore our nation to a nation of individual liberties and rights, those masses who choose not to be bothered with this struggle, must make a choice. They must be made aware that not making a choice is in fact choosing the evils of collectivism.
What can we do to engage these people. First of all, we can not tell them what to choose, the freedom and liberty of individualism or the tyranny and despotism of collectivism. They must make the choice for themselves. We must constantly and consistently make them aware what is being done and what is being said.
Some specific examples of the inconsistencies and lies these people are being told by the left would be:
They must get vaccinated and wear masks so the spreading of the virus can be eradicated. What we know is that we were told the lockdowns were necessary so the curve would be flattened. This would take about two weeks. It has been over a year, and yet lockdowns are still threatened. We are told we must wear masks. Studies show that wearing masks give little or no protection, especially for children, but yet for control, they are being mandated in our schools. We were told the vaccines would protect an individual from contacting and transmitting the virus. Neither is true. Yet, we are being threatened with mandatory vaccine passports if we want to leave our house. This situation could be solved very quickly and easily. It would be done if the bureaucrats, technocrats, and experts, would simply tell us the medical and scientific truth and let us make our own decisions.
Rule of law means that the law is the final arbiter, not the political leanings of those who are entrusted with enforcing the law. Our courts no longer read the law, but judges and prosecutors perform their functions based on their political leanings and for political purposes. If somebody is prosecuted or not depends upon politics and not if or not a law was broken. Attending a rally on January 6, 2021, is grounds for imprisonment while rioting, looting, committing arson, or committing assault is grounds for praise. A public will become more and more lawless when rule of law is discarded, and arbitrary law is enhanced. We must choose to uphold rule of law.
A Constitutional Republic with elected representatives can only exist when the public trust of open and honest elections is maintained. The public has known for decades that voter fraud was and is a reality. The public was told and believed that the manipulation of elections was minor in scope and the public trust was maintained. This perception has changed dramatically. It is widely believed that the 2020 election was fraught with massive voter fraud and manipulation. The proof that this happened is overwhelming. It became apparent that something dramatically out of the ordinary was happening before the election, during the election, and after the election. We saw judges making law and enabling other officials to make law even though neither had the constitutional authority to do so. On election eve we saw election counting stopped in key states, something that has never happened, we saw pole watchers and the public’s right to observe being violated, and we saw unexplained batches of votes appear out of thin air. After the election we had prove of massive fraudulent votes being cast, of voting machines being manipulated from outside the authority of officials, from outside the country, and there are massive numbers of sworn affidavits by individuals to specific cases of voter fraud that have never been read. Judges have refused access or review based on legal technicalities and not evidence. This problem could be solved easily and quickly. The simple solution is a total and complete forensic audit of the total election in all 50 states. If this audit was completely transparent and fair, we could make great strides in restoring public confidence in our elections.
The one simple solution to all of the controversy and division in our nation is a simple return to the beliefs and standards upon which our nation was founded. Our founders were fully aware of what they had created and under what circumstances it could be maintained and flourish. A sure solution to solving our problems created by the divisions and controversies that are tearing apart our nation is to heed the wisdom of our founding fathers and return to those basic principles.
“Righteousness alone can exalt [America] as a nation. Reader! Whoever thou art, remember this; and in thy sphere practice virtue thyself, and encourage it in others… [T]he great pillars of all government and of social life: I mean virtue, morality, and religion. This is the armor, my friend, and this alone, that renders us invincible.” –Patrick Henry
“We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” – John Adams
“And can the liberties of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only firm basis, a conviction in the minds of the people that these liberties are of the gift of God? That they are not to be violated but with His wrath? Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that his justice cannot sleep forever.” – Thomas Jefferson
“While we are zealously performing the duties of good citizens and soldiers, we certainly ought not to be inattentive to the higher duties of religion. To the distinguished character of Patriot, it should be our highest glory to add the more distinguished character of Christian.” –George Washington
“Before any man can be considered as a member of civil society, he must be considered as a subject of the Governor of the Universe.” –James Madison
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