Breaking things down into their constituent parts is the only way to figure out what is going on with certain issues. We’ve already proven, along with a number of others, that the anti-liberty left is fascist. We’ve found that’s becoming easier than Biden falling off his bicycle. As they become more fascistic by the day, the stark comparisons between regimes of the past and what they are doing now are stacking up like cordwood.
As if all of this isn’t enough, now Americans are seeing a return of mask mandates from Los Angeles and the San Diego Unified School District to Athens, Georgia and Lincoln, Nebraska [where we rode cows as kids] and on to Boston, Pittsburgh and Northampton. But no amount of perfect scientific evidence and data will dissuade these committed ideologically driven pro-mask radicals to permanently abandoning their lunatic notions.
On This 4th Of July, Are Americans Finally Recognizing Reality? We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident
Reach deep down and find whatever courage you have in the coming months since the war we fight today is for our freedom and liberty here and now and for those same rights for America’s children. The current war of ideas may soon turn hot, but we’re fighting to determine if any asylum will remain on earth that safeguards civil and religious liberty, and we’re fighting to prevent America from entering a thousand years of darkness and a new deadly age of the slavery of men.
Our government began with little money or power, but by the 1820s things had begun to change. Laws on tariffs began to bite because money had to be found to feed the ‘crats and the inefficient Yankee tinkerers. Taxes have one thing in common. They are designed to follow the money. The South was the largest source of wealth in the form of cotton. Taxing it by 30% to 60% was critical.
If you disagree with them on social media, they’ll censor you, kick you off Twitter or Facebook, and accuse you of engaging in ‘misinformation.’ If you disagree with them in Congress, they’ll scream at you as you sit down for dinner in a restaurant. And now, if you even try to make your dissenting voice heard on public property by peaceably protesting their draconian measures, they’ll force laws and ordinances through their leftwing governments to make such protests unlawful.
Never mind that government authoritarians in Canada appear to be succeeding in destroying basic human freedoms of their citizens. Pay no attention to the legitimate concerns folks may have about receiving the vaccine, it’s what the government believes that matters. And forget about the permanent damage that’s been inflicted on so many of our neighbors, there are more important things to worry about. Like whether or not a horse was injured during a police crackdown last week.
In fractional reserve banking, simultaneous withdrawals by enough depositors will collapse the entire system, it’s a mathematical certainty. Governments’ deposit insurance funds have only a pittance of the deposit liabilities they supposedly insure. Once those funds are depleted the government either closes the banks or informs people they’ve lost their deposits. If that happens in Canada, you’ll have a Depositors’ Insurrection joining the Truckers’ Insurrection.
About a week ago, reports suggested Canada and the US were coordinating intelligence assets to scry into the lives of protesting truckers. They were labeled domestic terrorists. It turns out that plan may not be limited to the truckers. Anyone voicing support could expect a visit from the regime.
Then there is Enes Kanter, or you might know him by his new name, Enes Kanter Freedom. Freedom changed his name a couple of weeks ago as he took the oath to become a United States citizen. Enes came to America from Turkey in 2009 to attend school and play basketball. Currently, he is playing for the Boston Celtics and is using his public exposure to call out corrupt governments like China and Venezuela.
With such an unambiguous universal indictment of government, how are we to understand – and accept – its continued existence? What “government service” could not be more economically, more effectively performed by private citizens working in voluntary cooperation to their mutual benefit and, subsequently, the benefit of others?
Personally, my wife and I have been vaccinated. We chose to. I exercised my freedom to choose what I believe is best for me. That’s a far cry from Biden’s refusal to allow free choice in such a personal matter, especially given the efficacy of immune protection for those who have already experienced the virus. Not to mention the special medical conditions of some people such that it mitigates against their using the vaccine.
Is it the elected that are on a power trip during COVID? Or is it the judiciary who are not interpreting situations but legislating from the bench? It is probably best shared but watching various governments erode the rights of their citizens is painful. These rights were given by God and reinforced with the blood of brave men and women who sacrificed to preserve these rights.
America was a wonderful place because her citizens were free. They could do as they pleased, safety be damned, and they did those things well. They settled the west and built the railroads despite Indians, climate challenges, and scarce supplies. They went to the moon, made electricity practical for private use, invented the machine gun, and built the skyscrapers without safety harnesses. America, for a brief, shining moment, was a truly free nation full of free men.