The Sixties Radical- Either You Choose Freedom or Totalitarianism. The Choice is Ours

Look folks we are at the cross roads in this country. We will either go left or right. This middle of road crap doesn’t work. We are in a fight for the life and survival of my country. A vote for Obama means an end to individual freedom, private property rights, the end of The Bill of Rights, and the death of the Constitution. In its place will be a huge centralized government that will tell us how we must live. The government will tell us what we can and can’t eat, what kind of car we must drive, how much water we can use when we shit, shower, and shave, and the list goes on and on.

Gas prices will reach fifteen dollars a gallon. Our electric and water bills will triple. Blackouts will be a common occurrence. Food prices will triple. People will die from lack of healthcare.  If you think I am kidding I am not. Have you looked how the cost for food and gas has gone up.

Unemployment will jump to twenty-five percent. Right now it is almost 15%. The work force will be reduced. The people who drop out and not look for work will triple. Need I say more.

The private sector will die.

The country will collapse under the weight of all the debt that is racked up by Obama and the statists.

We will lose all of our freedom.

A vote for Romney will be a vote for capitalism, free enterprise, individual freedom, freedom of choice, the right to worship or not worship God. Need I say more?

The choice is yours. My choice is freedom and this why I am voting for Romney. I am not a Romney guy but this is the only sane choice I have.

If Romney wins then we will have a fight on our hands. The Republican Party is full of statists who want to keep the statist quo. People John McCain, Eric Cantor, Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham just to name a few do not view my country on the verge of collapse. They view us conservatives as Neanderthals. These statist view us Bible thumping, gun loving, homophobes, who are out of touch with reality and the modern world.  And you see this is the problem with the statist and the progressive. This term Progressive is used to hide the real truth. These people believe in big government telling us what we can and can’t do. For progressives view the Constitution as a living breathing document that needs to be changed with the times. These folks think that man’s nature has changed or can be change by science. Once science is perfected and society is forced to live under a set of rules defined by the elites utopia can be created.

What progressives think is that man’s nature, natural law and the laws of God can be changed and once this change is achieve man will be able to live in a Utopian state created by man.

For a selected few men can take the place of God and they can create a better world for all of us. Joseph Stalin, Adolph Hitler, and Mao have created a utopia. We have seen the results of these efforts. Over fifty million people were killed in the name of progress and utopia.

This is the road we are heading down. You may think I am being heavy handed but I am not. The seeds of our destruction were sown right after the Civil War. The chief architect of this is Woodrow Wilson. Franklin Roosevelt took Wilson’s ideas even further. Now Obama wants to achieve the final crowning glory a Marxists state.

Woodrow Wilson wrote The Authors and Signers of The Declaration September 1907.

It is common to think of the Declaration of Independence as a highly speculative document; but no one can think it so who has read it. It is a strong, rhetorical statement of grievances against the English government. It does indeed open with the assertion that all men are equal and that they have certain inalienable rights, among them the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It asserts that governments were instituted to secure these rights, and can derive their just powers only from the consent of the governed; and it solemnly declares that “whenever any government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute a new government, laying its foundations in such principles, and organizing its powers in such forms, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness.” But this would not afford a general theory of government to formulate policies upon. No doubt we are meant to have liberty, but each generation must form its own conception of what liberty is. No doubt we shall always wish to be given leave to pursue happiness as we will, but we are not yet sure where or by what method we shall find it. That we are free to adjust government to these ends we know. But Mr. Jefferson and his colleagues in the Continental Congress prescribed the law of adjustment for no generation but their own. They left us to say whether we thought the government they had set up was founded on “such principles,” its powers organized in “such forms” as seemed to us most likely to effect our safety and happiness. They did not attempt to dictate the aims and objects of any generation but their own.

So far as the Declaration of Independence was a theoretical document, that is its theory. Do we still hold it? Does the doctrine of the Declaration of Independence still live in our principles of action, in the things we do, in the purposes we applaud, in the measures we approve? It is not a question of piety. We are not bound to adhere to the doctrines held by the signers of the Declaration of Independence; we are as free as they were to make and unmake governments. We are not here to worship men or a document. But neither are we here to indulge in a mere rhetorical and uncritical eulogy. Every Fourth of July should be a time for examining our standards, our purposes, for determining afresh what principles, what forms of power we think most likely to effect our safety and happiness. That and that alone is the obligation the Declaration lays upon us. It is no fetish; its words lay no compulsion upon the thought of any free man; but it was drawn by men who thought, and it obliges those who receive its benefits to think likewise.

Wilson wrote The New Freedom: A Call for the Emancipation of the Generous Energies of a People in 1912

We are in the presence of a new organization of society. Our life has broken away from the past. The life of America is not the life that it was twenty years ago; it is not the life that it was ten years ago. We have changed our economic conditions, absolutely, from top to bottom; and, with our economic society, the organization of our life. The old political formulas do not fit the present problems; they read now like documents taken out of a forgotten age. The older cries sound as if they belonged to a past age which men have almost forgotten. Things which used to be put into the party platforms of ten years ago would sound antiquated if put into a platform now. We are facing the necessity of fitting a new social organization, as we did once fit the old organization, to the happiness and prosperity of the great body of citizens; for we are conscious that the new order of society has not been made to fit and provide the convenience or prosperity of the average man. The life of the nation has grown infinitely varied. It does not centre now upon questions of governmental structure or of the distribution of governmental powers. It centres upon questions of the very structure and operation of society itself, of which government is only the instrument. Our development has run so fast and so far along the lines sketched in the earlier day of constitutional definition, has so crossed and interlaced those lines, has piled upon them such novel structures of trust and combination, has elaborated within them a life so manifold, so full of forces which transcend the boundaries of the country itself and fill the eyes of the world, that a new nation seems to have been created which the old formulas do not fit or afford a vital interpretation of.

We have come upon an age when we do not do business in the way in which we used to do business,—when we do not carry on any of the operations of manufacture, sale, transportation, or communication as men used to carry them on. There is a sense in which in our day the individual has been submerged. In most parts of our country men work, not for themselves, not as partners in the old way in which they used to work, but generally as employees,—in a higher or lower grade,—of great corporations. There was a time when corporations played a very minor part in our business affairs, but now they play the chief part, and most men are the servants of corporations.

and purpose of You have in no instance access to the men who are really determining the policy of the corporation. If the corporation is doing the things that it ought not to do, you really have no voice in the matter and must obey the orders, and you have oftentimes with deep mortification to co-operate in the doing of things which you know are against the public interest. Your individuality is swallowed up in the individuality and a great organization.

The trouble with the theory is that government is not a machine, but a living thing. It falls, not under the theory of the universe, but under the theory of organic life. It is accountable to Darwin, not to Newton. It is modified by its environment, necessitated by its tasks, shaped to its functions by the sheer pressure of life. No living thing can have its organs offset against each other, as checks, and live. On the contrary, its life is dependent upon their quick co-operation, their ready response to the commands of instinct or intelligence, their amicable community of purpose. Government is not a body of blind forces; it is a body of men, with highly differentiated functions, no doubt, in our modern day, of specialization, with a common task and purpose. Their co-operation is indispensable, their warfare fatal. There can be no successful government without the intimate, instinctive co-ordination of the organs of life and action. This is not theory, but fact, and displays its force as fact, whatever theories may be thrown across its track. Living political constitutions must be Darwinian in structure and in practice. Society is a living organism and must obey the laws of life, not of mechanics; it must develop.

Woodrow Wilson is one of the heroes of the Left. Wilson wanted to take God and the separation of powers out of our Constitution. Wilson believed that the president should have the power to write and pass the laws of the land. He wanted to limit the powers of congress. Wilson wanted to change our constitution to be more like the British Constitution. Good luck trying to find a copy of the British Constitution. It is not written down.

The British Constitution is a series of written statutes, court judgments, and treaties.

What Wilson liked about the British Constitution is that “No Act of Parliament” can be unconstitutional for the law of the land knows not the word or the idea.” (Quote taken directly from

For you see sovereignty lies with Parliament not with the people. The government is granter of all rights and privileges not the God of the Bible. For the Britain Parliament is the supreme law over all other parts of the government and the people. This includes the executive and judicial.

This is what is happening now in this country. The roots are traced back to Woodrow Wilson.

You see folks are choice is very simple. We can either choose freedom or a life in a Marxist hellhole prison. It can’t get anymore simpler than this.

This story appeared on the Drudge Report.

The Weekly Standard filed this report and video.

CBS reports this morning that witnesses are saying “that there was never an anti-American protest outside of the consulate [in Benghazi, Libya]. Instead, they say, it came under planned attack. That is in direct contradiction to the administration’s account of the incident.”

“What’s clear,” the CBS reporter concludes, “is that the public won’t get a detailed account of what happened until after the election.”

This story came by the way of Fox News.

Intelligence sources tell Fox News they are convinced the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, was directly tied to Al Qaeda — with a former Guantanamo detainee involved.
That revelation comes on the same day a top Obama administration official called last week’s deadly assault a “terrorist attack” — the first time the attack has been described that way by the administration after claims it had been a “spontaneous” act.

“Yes, they were killed in the course of a terrorist attack on our embassy,” Matt Olsen, director of the National Counterterrorism Center, said during a Senate hearing Wednesday.

Olsen echoed administration colleagues in saying U.S. officials have no specific intelligence about “significant advanced planning or coordination” for the attack.

The British paper The Telegraph wrote this story.

Thousands of soldiers were summoned from their homes during the night after the Jewish new year holiday and flown to the territory, which Israel captured from Syria during the Six-Day War of 1967.

The unannounced manoeuvres come a week before Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, addresses the United Nations General Assembly in New York where he is expected to give warning that time is running out to prevent Iran acquiring a nuclear weapon.

Mr Netanyahu has engaged in increasingly bellicose rhetoric towards Iran in the past few weeks, raising fears that Israel could strike against its nuclear facilities unless the United States explicitly threatens military action of its own.

The anti Semitism shines through on this story. For we Jews are supposed to defend ourselves. We are supposed to roll over and plat dead. What a bunch of crap.

We have an ace in the hole. The Lord God Almighty. The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob have our backs.

This is called the covenant that God made with Abraham. Genesis 15.

After these things the Devar Hashem came unto Avram in a vision, saying, Fear not, Avram; I am thy mogen, and thy exceeding great sachar (reward). And Avram said, Adonoi Hashem, what wilt Thou give me, since I go childless, and the Ben Meshek of my Bais is this Eliezer of Dameshek (Damascus)?And Avram said, See, to me Thou hast given no zera; and, hinei, one born in my bais is my yoresh (heir).And, hinei, the Devar Hashem came unto him saying, This shall not be thy yoresh; but he that shall come forth out of thine own body shall be thy yoresh.And He brought him forth outside, and said, Look now toward Shomayim, and count the kokhavim, if thou be able to number them; and He said unto him, So shall thy zera be.And he believed in Hashem; and He credited [emunah (faith)] to him as tzedakah (righteousness).And He said unto him, I am Hashem Who brought thee out of Ur Kasdim, to give thee ha’aretz hazot to be the yoresh of it.And he said, Adonoi Hashem, how can I have da’as that I will be its yoresh? And He said unto him, Bring Me a heifer meshuleshet, and a she goat meshuleshet, and a ram meshulash, and a dove, and a pigeon.

10 And he brought unto Him all these, and divided them in two, and laid each half one opposite another; but the birds divided he not.

11 And when the birds of prey came down upon the carcasses, Avram drove them away. 12 And when the shemesh was going down, a tardemah fell upon Avram; and, hinei, a horror of great darkness fell upon him.13 And Hashem said unto Avram, Know of a surety that thy zera shall be a ger in a land not their own, and shall serve them; and they shall afflict them arba me’ot shanah;14 And also that nation, whom they shall serve, will I judge; and afterward shall they come out with rechush gadol (great substance).15 And thou shalt go to thy avot in shalom; thou shalt be buried at a good old age.16 But in the fourth generation they shall come back here again; for the avon (iniquity) of the Emori (Amorite) is not yet full.17 And it came to pass, that, when the shemesh went down, and it was dark, hinei a smoking fire-pot, and a blazing torch passed between those pieces.18 On that day Hashem cut a brit (covenant) with Avram, saying, Unto thy zera have I given ha’aretz hazot, from the Wadi of Mitzrayim unto the great river, the river Euphrates:19 [the land of] the Keni, and the Kenizzi, and the Kadmoni,20 And the Chitti, and the Perizzi, and the Repha’im,21 And the Emori, and the Kena’ani, and the Girgashi, and the Yevusi.

We have a right to defend ourselves.

While Obama is busy on the Letterman Show, telling us what we can and can’t eat, and raising money the rest of the world is going to hell.

We know Obama’s priorities.

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