I’ve written extensively about our Constitution, our Bill of Rights, and what it means to be an American. I’ve written extensively about what I believe is our birthright as Americans, and it pertains to all people of all colors, religious backgrounds, and geographical locations as long as you’re a legally documented American citizen.
America is not a place where you come to extend the life you just came from. Yes, America is a melting pot that welcomes all people from all over the world, but the agreement and understanding is that you’re giving up the culture and language you came from to assimilate into the culture here.
The younger generation of this nation is way too sensitive, and they’re not totally to blame. Part of the reason why they’re the way they are is because they’re growing up during a time of things never-seen-before. You’re growing up during a time when political corruption, government overreach, and a disregard for your Constitution and Bill of Rights is at a never-seen-before, all time high.
I can assure you, the America you’re living in today is not the America our founders and so many brave people gave their lives for.
This isn’t another Paul Revere speech, and this isn’t another post to wake people up. This is a time of action, and if we don’t take the proper action, there will be no future for the people living in this country.
One of the hardest things to do is to remain neutral and listen to both sides of a story, especially the side you don’t agree with. It’s frustrating and difficult sometimes to listen to people speak about things that you don’t agree with, or things that just aren’t true. Censoring the speech of others, though, is an overreach of their freedoms and rights to express themselves freely in this country.
Now, I’m not a lawyer, and I don’t have a doctorate degree, yet, but this country wasn’t founded by lawyers or people with doctorate degrees. You don’t have to be a lawyer to understand your rights as a citizen in this country.
I have a pretty good idea of the intent of our founders, and their vision for what life was supposed to be like for citizens in this country, and believe me, it’s definitely based on a belief that if we as humans, can come together and unify culturally and in purpose, there is something special that awaits us. There is a quality of life that we are not only entitled to, but one that is our birthright.
That, I’ll end there for now. I heard something disturbing the other day from a very good source. The people living in Australia were put in a terrible situation during the pandemic. Anyone who resisted the vaccination was basically on house arrest. It was a mandatory lockdown, home imprisonment, and their jobs and sources of income were taken away until they cooperated.
It’s unbelievable that in this day and age, something like that could happen, and it’s not something that’s going to be highly publicized. This is even more of a reason for why it’s so important to preserve our Constitution, our rights, our freedoms, our liberty, and our quality of life.
We The People, did not place a government above us to control us, to tell us how to live our lives, or to force us into any situation. Furthermore, we are not, and should never become a nation of militarized people who are policing the actions of one another. That’s exactly what we saw here in America during the pandemic.
I was harassed when I decided to wear a mask by the people who didn’t believe in wearing them, and I was harassed when I decided not to wear a mask by the people who believed in wearing them. Partially, we are not to blame for that. That division amongst the people was created by our own government because the democratic and republican parties both used the pandemic.
The democratic party pushed for lockdowns, vaccinations, and masks. The republican party was more lenient and more or less supported the freedom to choose. When it came to work, it was a different story. Our situation here in America wasn’t as extreme as it was in Australia, but so many people who refused to vaccinate or wear a mask were fired or released from their places of employment.
It was hard for those who refused masks and vaccinations to find work because some private companies and all government agencies made both mandatory. So, in a way, it was like Australia, but not as extreme.
No authority here in America came out and told us we had to stay home until we were vaccinated or decided to wear a mask, but it was implied and understood that you would be out of a job unless you complied.
Again, not a situation any individual in this country should’ve been in.
From this point forward, I’m going to do what I can in my spare time to help revitalize and dig out our Constitution that has been buried in shit, tarnished, misinterepted, and ignored for the last 200 years.
I’m going to do whatever I can to resurrect our Constitutional Republic and reestablish our core principles and values. I’m going to do whatever I can to help people understand the history of this country, and I’m going to promote our Founding Fathers as the truly special people they were.
I’ve had enough. I’ve seen enough, and I’ve heard enough. I’m not going to sit here and say our government is totally to blame or that we need to abolish and start anew. As far as our government is concerned, something must be done, though. Those of us who truly understand need to be involved more. We might not have to abolish and start anew because we have something in place that has not been given a chance to work. America was given a great start with an unbreakable foundation.
So, we might need to abolish, change the personal, and provide a program for re-education. In addition, we need to put the right people in government; people who care about this country, people who understand our nation’s history, who are willing to protect and defend the U.S. Constitution, and who are committed to following the constitution the way it was meant to be followed.
The right people are without a hunger for power and greed. The right people will not look for loopholes or ways to deceive the American public for political or personal gain or to strengthen and expand the size of government at the expense of its people.
For too long, the American people have gone on feeling helpless, unheard, and insignificant. We’ve lived our lives, long enough, feeling like we don’t have a choice, feeling like we can’t make a difference, and in belief that the best we have is a decision between the lesser of two evils. Even though we laugh when we describe our vote to elect a democratic or a republican candidate as a decision between the lesser of two evils, we know it’s not funny. Well, now, it’s not acceptable to feel that way either anymore.
Over time, the conditions in our country, and the quality of life has gotten progressively worse, and that’s because decisions, laws, and policies are made in secret without the people’s knowledge or consent. Decisions made in secrecy were often the beginning of an avalanche of infringement and overreach that resulted in a loss of privacy, personal rights, freedoms, and liberties.
Those decisions must be revisited, we must be persistent about removing anything unconstitutional, and we must be vigilant when it comes to restoring what has been lost and taken away from the people.
This can be done, and I’m confident because right now, we’re living through a time we’ll look back on and refer to as the Great Awakening. It will take time, but as long as the people are getting the truth and accurate information, it will only require their willingness.
This is a critical time. We can no longer turn a blind eye to what’s going on or ignore what’s not right or bothering us. We can not afford to give in, give up, comply, or submit to pressure or force out of fear.
It was said by one of our Founders, that those who are willing to sacrifice liberty for temporary safety shall have neither. Consider that statement consciously for a while and think about it. How many times have you let something go unquestioned and without debate because you knew doing so would’ve disturbed or disrupted your life and brought uncertainty into your world? How many people gave in and wore the mask or got vaccinated just to keep a job despite how you really felt on a deeper, more personal level about the entire issue?
Okay, all is forgiven, but now, it’s time to act, and it’s time to do what we can to regain control of lives, our families, our communities, our government, and our country. If we don’t stop to face the decisions of our past and work towards setting a course for our future, time will continue on until the world around you is unrecognizable.
That day will come, and when it does, the consequences for allowing ourselves to be led astray and separated from the foundation this country was built on, will be a people without the ability to do, say, change, or prevent anything it doesn’t agree with. You’ll have lost the choice, the freedoms, the rights, and the liberty.
Don’t live in fear, don’t be scared, and don’t be limited by someone else’s fear of the unknown.
And, to the illuminate, private special interest groups, the wealthy oligarchs, and those who load our entertainment with propaganda, control our news story narratives, and slow and prevent the release of truth and important information, you will not be able to control and manipulate us forever.
I see what you’re doing. I see how you’re keeping America stuck in the 1960s.