Wednesday, March 19, 2008

All Downhill, And No Brakes

As things move along in the criminal diamond we call Washington, DC (in utter contempt of one of our finest leaders), the thought has come to me, more than once, that the whole progression of events can not avoid ending in incredibly violent bloodshed.

Today's latest outrage originated in a suspect Supreme Court [sic] decision involving the handgun ban in their hometown. All cities in the United States have, in the past, respected one's Right to own, and openly carry, both hand and long guns. Most people did not feel the need to so carry early in our history, particularly after the War of Independence. After all, they'd just spent eleven years proving that they were on good terms with one another. All those who'd not been had either emigrated to Canada or Great Britain, or been left swinging at the end of a rope in the public square. Nonetheless, they could own any weapon of their choosing.

Particularly since the 1950s, certain groups of people in this land have been pushing through a plan, an agenda, to systematically and incrementally reduce, and then remove, our natural Rights. Their presentation initially avoided confrontation with the majority. But over time, they began a full-frontal assault on the liberties of that majority. In all areas of daily life, their policies began to infect and destroy us.

Initially, our Founders tried to coalesce a guidebook for political freedom. And from the beginning, the greed and lust for power of some men tore pieces from our Constitution. The Founders saw the truest seats of power in the States themselves. Their localized governments depended on upward support from the cities, towns and farmlands. Tyrannical behavior is difficult to undertake when you're watched by a vigilant citizenry. And for that reason, to take advantage of distance, those in the District of Columbia began to usurp the powers of the States and the People in them.

If you even briefly read the Constitution, you will notice one overriding characteristic: All of the powers of the President, the Congress and the Courts are grants by the States. In fact, the language of Amendment X makes that completely clear:
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
There's the word, "delegated". Servants do not delegate to masters. As nowhere else, these words enunciate our absolute dominance over the District of Clowns.

Since 1787, we have had expansions in every area of assigned and unassigned Federal government power. We have also seen prohibitions, restrictions and controls placed on every Right we have.

"Rights" are considered arbitrary by relativists. There are "civil rights", "gay rights", and "animal rights". In fact, these are of recent vintage. The original Right we have thought ourselves proper to possess is, the Right to be Left Alone. Or, "let alone", in the beautiful dialects of the South. And yet, throughout the past 60 years, more and more people, under the anonymous mask of "government", have contrived to NEVER leave us alone.

We can't say what's truthfully on our minds, thanks to "political correctness", a Trotskyite phrase from our friends in the old Soviet Union. We can't appear to oppose Obama's minister's statements, or we're "narrow-minded" and "racist". Christians among us are not allowed to post Christmas symbols on public property, but a Hannukah menorah can burn on the White House lawn. Pagans among us are not "recognized" by the U.S. Army, of all things, as being in a "true religion". We can't buy property on a handshake nor live off the land no matter how rural; if the U.S. had had property taxes early on, no one would have settled the frontier. And of the taxes extorted from us, backed up with paramilitary force, we have no say in their ultimate expenditure. You assets can be taken and kept by Uncle Scam during pre-trial proceedings, and not returned even after proof of your innocence. The list of personal infractions is never-ending.

And more importantly, we have been denied our right to Assemble...if we're White. We have been somehow disallowed our Right to plan for our own survival. We are prohibited from excluding others, whether in our organizations, our businesses, or our neighborhoods. Our group Rights are becoming more fragile everyday.

So in the Supreme Court's mind, and as eagerly and breathlessly editorialized upon by the news rags, TV talking heads and online post-whores disguised as "journalists", there MAY be a "Constitutionally based" restriction on handgun ownership placed upon ALL AmeriKwans, not just those inside the Beltway. No doubt the constant, clear and present physical danger posed by the non-working, mouth-upon-teat local detritus to the Guys in Suits may have something to do with their desire to further increment divestiture of firearms. But for the rest of the country, the Supremes may have just stepped over their benchmarks and cracked open the can that finally shakes the electorate awake.

We are seeing a dying power clamping down viciously in its throes. They are beginning to see that their policies are tearing down the country and exposing them to real dangers. The FED desperately enacts plans to bail out the rich, mostly jewish, and secondarily WASPy-brahmin financial community, with all involved making profits on the ups and downs they know in advance, as always. In the financial stratosphere we've allowed them to create, they never get the raw end. We do.

They are building detention centers, removing citizen weaponry, taking control of oil resources, water resources and farmland. They are, through their inflationary policies, robbing us every year of everything we've worked for, then converting it into gold before everyone else jumps on. They tie us to contracts and protect predatory lenders. They keep our borders open and allow the invasion of our land. They give our jobs to the less-qualified, our college seats to the less-intelligent, our jobs to the less-skilled, and finally our country to the less-deserving.

And now we are facing a Crash that may make the Great Depression seem like a walk in the park. There are predictions of 45% unemployment. Fewer workers equals less tax money, equals fewer government benefits. Then the wheels really come off.

We are near the precipice. When the f*ck will our People WAKE UP?

1 comment:

Deborah said...

Well written and to the point. The point being that because we have not been vigilant but apathetic, we have let our government take away our power over the last 200 years. We have let tyrants get us into another war and sold out to China. As Thomas Jefferson said "If we ever let the banks control the issuance of currency we will wake up homeless in the land our fathers conquered".
Political correctness, gun control and a society made up of zombified consumers spells out the end of America.