Monday, 31 October 2016
Next Tuesday, obedient sheeple of the Empire will vote on their choice of Leader of the next four years.
At the second session of the Southern National Congress in September of 2009, the delegates agreed upon and signed the Southern National Covenant. As a measure of their commitment, some sealed their signature with their own blood. The first paragraph of the Covenant states:
Our forefathers' worst nightmare has now come upon us. They created a free government, limited in its powers and a servant to the people. But today the United States has become an empire, fast decaying into tyranny; and we their children have become strangers and subjects in the land our fathers won. Instead of a free and just social and political order, today we are threatened by a Godless national culture and a corrupt, despotic federal government that knows no limits to its power. (Read the entire Covenant here)
Many are hopeful of greater liberty within the Empire if the right person gets elected. Unfortunately, that will not happen.
During 2015, the Federal Register expanded by 81,611 pages of new bureaucratic regulations making with a total of 3,378 new rules being finalized. There were an additional 2334 rules proposed and in various stages of consideration. (source: The Hill) That is a sum of 325 pages and 13.5 new rules each work day. And established by bureaucrats which no one will ever vote for or against.
We are seven years further down the road and the nightmare continues to become worse. No leader will ever overcome the momentum of that kind of Empire.
No leader will save us. There is no group of Avengers or Justice League with a Batman, Wonder Woman or Superman ready to take on the enemies of "truth, justice and the American way." There is only you and I.
It is we who "have become strangers and subjects in the land our fathers won." It is we who must win again the free government our fathers won.
It is we who "are threatened by a Godless national culture and a corrupt, despotic federal government that knows no limits to its power."
It is we who must remove ourselves and our States from the tyranny of the Empire in order to create "a free and just social and political order" for ourselves.
Posted on 10/31/2016 1:15 AM by David O Jones
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If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.
What is liberty without wisdom and without virtue?