Thursday, December 11, 2008

Goodbye Freedom, Hello Dictator

Are you ready for a New Constitution? Well its coming, if not now then soon, unless citizens of the several states find a way to stop it.

This Phyllis Schlafly article should be widely read. There are people and organizations who maintain and pursue a goal to overturn the USA as a free and sovereign nation. Considering where we stand today as a nation, a constitutional convention would provide the perfect working platform to swiftly destroy our current form of government.

By the way, "USA" refers to the United STATES of America, not a single central government with the label "USA". The reference is to a group of sovereign states who agreed to maintain a central, federal government which was to be subservient to the states and the people. We lost that long ago.

The primary tool used to destroy us, which we stupidly handed over, was our productivity, transferred through the process of inflation. Our labor has funded our enemies; the enemies of freedom; the enemies of the United States.

What have we done?


Anonymous said...

“Owners of capital will stimulate working class to buy more and more of expensive goods, houses and technology, pushing them to take more and more expensive credits, until their debt becomes unbearable. The unpaid debt will lead to bankruptcy of banks, which will have to be nationalized,and State will have to take the road which will eventually lead to communism.”
Karl Marx, 1867

Shane Coley said...

That is a good quote Charlie, except one important element is missing, which causes a great deal of misunderstanding. A classic feature of the rise of socialism in the United States is the blaming of capitalism when a "crisis" event occurs. The solution is always more government intervention.

The truth is that our markets are not free, property is not private and our system is manipulated. It is government intervention exercised under the false label "capitalism" that causes the "crisis". As long as people are fooled into believing that "capitalism" caused the problem and government has the answers, socialism advances.

See Keynes quote from Economic Consequences of the Peace posted on this blog.

We must understand that liberty and private property are not to blame. Coercive government intervention under the guise of capitalism is to blame.