American Preservation

We are being called out.

Well, we’re not exactly being called out.  Lets just say we were sleeping, and then all of a sudden, someone broke into our house and put some things in there that shouldn’t exist.

After waking up and taking a look around, the responsibility falls on us, “We The People” to remove it all.

I must admit, I am a little concerned.  I listen to a lot of news, both mainstream and independent, I watch a lot of videos, and I do read a lot.

America is our Country to lose, despite what I hear.

What is it that I hear?  Well, I hear the country is already lost.  Now, I don’t buy into propaganda, and I take a completely neutral stance on every issue until the truth surfaces, and this is really easy to do because we have a Constitution (Bill of Rights).

When you hear people saying the Country is lost, or we lost our Country, don’t believe it.  What’s really important here is that we’re preserving and exercising our rights as citizens in this country, and if we do that, the Country will never fall.

It’s really simple.  The most important thing to know is that before we became the United States of America, we were 13 Colonies.  After some negotiations, land purchases, and a little strong arming, we went coast to coast, consolidated, and created a central federal government.

That Federal Government gave us (the people) the Bill of Rights as a way to ensure our privacy and freedoms from an overreaching, central government.  The Constitution (Bill of Rights) is the basis and foundation this country was built on.  The colonies wanted to remain separate, private, and maintain the ability to rule and govern themselves, but obviously, there was a much bigger plan in the works, and so 13 Colonies became 52 states.  All under the watchful eye of a centralized government.

In order to preserve our Country, all we have to do is follow the constitution.  Very simple.  Whatever was put into place that’s unconstitutional must go, and then, we must not allow the Federal Government to violate the Constitution ever again.

The People of the United States of America request the removal of such agencies and laws as they are now deemed unconstitutional.

  1. Homeland Security
  2. The Patriot Act
  3. FISA Courts

Well, what are we waiting for?

After the removal of the above mentioned laws and agencies, we really need to do a better job of preventing the formation of unconstitutional agencies and recognizing those laws that if passed, will be unconstitutional.  Is physical violence necessary?  No, I don’t think it is.  All that is required is a free-well informed public that has the courage to speak up, and the persistence and will to not give up or in until its requests are met.

You’re not breaking the law, and you’re not doing anything wrong.  We have the right to speak up and call out our Government when it’s not playing by the rules.

In closing, I would like to say I feel really bad for the people whose lives have been ruined for simply speaking up and bringing attention to issues that violate our rights and privacy as citizens of this country.

This is the land of the free and the home of the brave.  Right?

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