I will start by stating that I believe in what this Republic was intended to be. But from day one, it was doomed. The minute that we allowed someone to go and be our “representative”, we lost the Republic. No free people can survive when they allow someone else to represent them. That is why we had always lived in smaller tribes in the past. If we didn’t like what the tribe was becoming, the path it was taking, we could leave and start a new tribe with like-minded people.
Whether you think a Republic, Democracy, National Socialism, Socialism or Communism or any other form of government is the right one, I have a question for you. Let’s say that we stop the powers that be and we are able to get our country and the rest of the world back on the “right” path. Great, we have just restored our Republic to what it was intended to be. What happens then? How do we safeguard against the same thing happening that is happening now?
Let’s be brutally honest. Under all forms of government, someone is the head guy, a guy that sets the tone of how things will be. Then you generally have some form of congress to represent each district unless it is a dictatorship. At that point we have just set ourselves and our newly freed country on a collision course with the inevitable return to where we are now. We have just put a small group of humans in charge of ensuring our freedoms. Yes, I know that if they don’t do as we say, we can always interject our Second Amendment rights into it and have a coup or another revolution, but that gets old real quick.
What I am getting at is why should I fight to free this country from the bonds of the banksters/Zionists that rule us presently? Why should I fight and possibly die to give the rest of this country a short lived freedom? It is inevitable that we end up right back here again. What is insanity? Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.
Our Constitution and Bill of Rights are some of the greatest documents ever written. They ensure that all are free to live their lives as they see fit and put boundaries on the government as far as what they can do to the governed. But, it was written at a time when the population was small and the land that was governed under the Republic was 1/10th of the size it is today. Our culture was also very different then. Most people already had basically the same belief system. Morality was a lot higher in those days then it is now. Generally people were not out to destroy each other and take what wasn’t theirs. Under our form of government, the people need to want to do what is right. If the people do not want to be a moral people a Republic cannot work.
The culture of today needs to be ruled over. They cannot handle the freedoms that our forefathers gave them. Ask yourselves this. What does the average American of today want? Do they want to be free and go out and create a life and do what they must to survive or do they want to be told what to do as long as they get what they need and want? Is there any way that those people can truly ever be free? I do not believe that they can. If America became truly free the way it was intended, the mass population would be lost. You may say, who cares, that it is their problem. Well, I say why should I fight and possibly die for them?
Humans need culture as well. We have totally lost that. We have always moved towards groups that have the same desires, needs and cultural ideals. Why do you think that Europe was European and Africa was African, etc.?
Let me put it another way. Do any of you want to live in Chicago? Do the people in Chicago want to live in rural Arkansas? No. I will go a step further. Do the people in Chicago generally have the same culture and thought system as the people in Arkansas? No. Which one is the right one?
Look at a map of our country and look at the places where liberal democrats are mostly living. Where are the typical Conservatives living? Two totally different cultures trying to survive in one giant country. Whether it is right wrong this is how it works. Chicago sends their representatives to DC to “interpret” the laws to benefit the views of the people of Chicago. Arkansas sends their representatives to do the same, but with a different belief of what our Constitution says.
“Belief” is the key word here. We all have our beliefs. There is absolutely no way that we all can agree on how our country should be. No matter how cut and dry the words in the Bill of Rights are, they will be viewed different by different cultures. There is nothing that you or I can do about it. That is just how we are wired. I will give you an example.
How many of you think that our country is founded on the belief in God as our creator? How many of you do not believe that? Does it matter? Yes, it does. The people that believe that God is the creator generally will not want to allow two men to get married. The people that do not believe that God is our creator generally would allow two men to get married. We have just hit our first impasse. “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness means something different to everyone.
The Constitution cannot encompass every scenario to ensure that those words are defined. How do we interpret that? We do what we have always done. We amend the law to mean what our representatives think it means at that time in history. Then someone in Arkansas or Chicago says that they don’t agree with that and a court rules in favor of what they think and bam, we are right back to where we are now, divided.
Most of the people on the websites that I read are of a similar mind. We take the Constitution word for word and do not try to alter it in any way. But we all know that there is a mass of people that do not like it the way it was written and have “interpreted” it to mean something different. Something that they want based on their culture and belief system. I do not want to be a part of that system any more. I do not want a group of people deciding whether or not I can have this right or that right based on what they believe.
When it all comes down, I will take my belief system and start looking for others that believe what I believe. We will then form a tribe and build our smaller society based on our belief system. When it becomes too large and the belief system changes, either I will move on or they will. That is how we remain truly free. That is how we get to live our lives based on what we believe. Yes, there will be battles among the different tribes. There always has been and always will be. That will never change.
Please explain to me how I am wrong. Please comment on your thoughts. I would like to keep the discussion civil in nature. It would be a better discussion if you could word your reasons for disagreement or agreement in a way that allows everyone to understand why you agree or disagree. Not in a way that makes your points irrelevant because they are based on shutting someone up. These things need to be discussed. We are all looking for answers because we do not like what is happening presently in our country and our world. We are all hoping that we can effect a change to the path that we are on. But we need to know what is to happen if we ever get back on track.