The Enemy is Identified:
We The People . . .
Are we the citizens of the United States of America to be considered the enemy? Or, rather is it not our very own government that has turned against us?
There is some important component missing in those so insidiously drawn towards power, both here and abroad. Feelings and emotions that outside turned they must be!
Quite willing they are to destroy all life due to the feelings to which they connect not. Those that would destroy all life on this planet I doubt could long survive thereafter, either. Emotions with intellect provide for wisdom, common sense and love. Devoid of feeling, those of power would seem to be.
Emotions they have seem only as fear and anger to which becomes the illness of paranoia and unresolved hatred to which they attach to. Without love the feeling left is to have power, sometimes in the form of wealth; absolute control over absolutely everything and everyone. Without love there is no trust, without trust there is no continuance; absolute destruction for everything and everyone, big and small alike. Those in government proclaiming religion, religion turned to hatred is very much the same as what is occurring in some other religious beliefs around what little is left of this world.
Some current new and revised bills from our House and Senate are limiting and studying just how that further erosion of Americans’ rights may be forever justified. I doubt that there will ever again, now or forever be a just election as voted by “We, The People”, If there are even in the near future any elections whatsoever. This sort of governance is all about suppression of the individual.
Using firemen as spies is being enacted to be law, just as were children used as spies in the German Reich of Hitler. This is fascism, a form of government that is of the government, by the government, for the government; not the people. This has come close to happening in these United States before. When was that? Their own corruption will eventually destroy them long after we have been wiped out. Like Rome, this could bring about a thousand years of a dark age. Those who are less emotionally suppressed will find that spark of light again in a few millennia. I fear for now we are doomed.
Our remorse is our governmental destruction from within. You may say, ‘Well I haven’t done or am doing not anything that is wrong; so why concerned should I be?” Then what you need to comprehend is that this kind of government will create laws so they can criminalize everyone thus increasing restrictive control over all of us. The countenance of this treachery is to promote some convoluted sense of self gratification and to appease their paranoia.
Our doom may reflect back as better dead than slaves. If this is our government, then we would all be better off dead than to live through their tyranny.
Reprise: The average person is not so emotionally crippled as these monsters, so it is difficult to comprehend their uninhibited use of evil to achieve more power or the substance of power. That is why the average person will have more common sense blended with their intellect to produce positive results that truelly work for everyone than those emotionally crippled monsters who would rule all of us to death.
A variant here, on an old adage is, ‘Absolute power destroys absolutely’, and this includes its perpetrators. Our rights should remain or be even better than those ascribed in the years prior to this current administration. Let’s bring back the meaning of our Constitution!
Our Preamble in Our Constitution:
”We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”
Many of the readers at this news site are well versed on our American history, most of you are way ahead of these questions but for any interested here’s a little self test.
1. Who was America’s first president? Seems like a no brainer but if your answer is the obvious one, then better look it up. We all seem to know when the Declaration of Independence was signed, right? Well, then what happened between that usual answer and the Declaration of Independence signing? Quite a lot happened. Internet Search: Who was America’s first president?