We still have a choice. Our choice is to oppose and not accept the demands of those who seek to complete the transformation of the Untied States from a nation where all can exercise the rights and liberties with which we were endowed by our Creator, or we can bend to the indoctrination, propaganda, and intimidation of the collectivist (Marxist, communist, socialist, progressive, Democrat, - all virtually the same). If we choose to not oppose the transformation of the United States, we will shortly be a society where the government dictates how we are to live our lives and how we must think.
The collectivist lives by the axiom, “the ends justify the means”. The means have no limits and because there are no limits, the intimidation factor abounds. The demand to adhere to what is deemed to be politically correct, to adhere to what is proclaimed to be inclusive, what is deemed to be accepting, are enforced with excessive methods of demonizing and ostracizing. We see this taking place in every aspect of our society. If you are perceived to be a victim, there is no limit as to what you can do and be excused for it because of the unfair treatment you received by an oppressor, real or imagined. If you are classified as an oppressor, any and all actions and thoughts by you are supremacy of some type.
This tactic, one that has been used by collectivists throughout history, has always proven to be effective. That is why they continue to be used. Most people do almost anything not to be criticized. Consequently, they smile and go along to get along, even though they can clearly see that their liberties and rights are being taken from them.
Each one of us who wishes to preserve our individual liberties and rights, must have a serious talk with ourselves. We must each decide if criticism for defending what we know to be right is enough of a reason to deter us from taking a stand for liberty and freedom. If our choice is to avoid criticism while surrendering liberties and rights, we must also acknowledge that we never deserved those liberties and rights and that we were never an American.
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