Ivelisse Correa of Hartford said her 4th of July plans do not include fireworks or a celebration of America’s independence.
“It’s pretty generally felt that July 4th is not for us,” said Michael Oretade, the head of Black Lives Matter 860 in Hartford. “In reality, Black independence is never really been fulfilled.”
“We’re going to talk about how the system has treated us and ways that we need to fight the system,” said Oretade.
Oh yes, we will have a July 4th in 2021, but will we have an Independence Day. Independence Day is celebrated in the United States of America to honor the Declaration of Independence, a document that declared the colonies would be free from the rule of Great Britain because Great Britain was a tyrannical government dictating to the colonists how they must live their lives, even how they must think. Within the document entitled “The Declaration of Independence” the colonists stated that government has no right to control, limit, or abolish our rights bestowed upon us by the Creator including but not limited to those of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, or Property. The colonists also state that government has only the power given to it by the people.
Today, we have people in the United States that strongly disagree with the basic principles that defined our independence. Many of these groups are using race as the excuse to cause the unrest necessary to return the nation that grew from the original thirteen colonies into what we now know as the United States of America comprised of 50 states. These people who disagree are calling for a transformation of the United States of America from a Republic based on Natural Rights given to us by God into a Marxist totalitarian state under the “Dictatorship of the Proletariat” that is an all demanding government that endorses and demands total conformity to one form of thought. All movements calling for this transformation have followed the dictate of Karl Marx that all current systems must be destroyed and then rebuilt in the image of the Marxist, which is a classless society that is totally equal and conforms to the party line. There is no room for independent thought within the Marxist state.
If the leftist movement is successful in the November elections, and they will use every means possible to have the most votes, the likelihood of the United States celebrating Independence Day based on the principles of the Declaration of Independence will be extremely low. Conformity and adherence to the party line will be called justice and that is what will be proclaimed as worthy of celebrating.
If the leftist movement fails in the November election to manufacture enough votes to take control, those of us who believe in the principles of the Declaration of Independence will not have won the war, we will only have been given a short four years to make substantial progress to restoring the spirit in the American public critical to us resisting the transformation movement. We should look upon this time, if it happens, as Trenton and not Yorktown.
Karl Marx, in the Critique of the Gotha Program, described exactly what our current position is when he said, “Between any Capitalist and Communist society there lies the period of the revolutionary transformation of the one into the other. Corresponding to this is also a political transition period in which the state can be nothing but the revolutionary dictatorship of the proletariat.”
Samuel Adams also described the current position of the United States when he declared, “It is now high time for the people of this country to explicitly declare whether they will be free men or slaves.”
Are you willing to explicitly declare? Many on the left have explicitly declared they want to be slaves. If you explicitly declare you want to be free, then you have explicitly declared you will immediately become a part of the irate and tireless minority keen on, “Setting Brushfires of Freedom.”
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