Thursday, May 13, 2010

Ignorance and Slavery

Some thoughts on ignorance in America today.
If you catch a wild animal in trap it will fight to the death to escape, a coyote will chew a limb off to get away. But if you capture a wild animal as an infant and raise it in a cage it will be content never knowing what freedom was like. I think many people have grown up thinking that the government owes them something, and that government intervention in their daily life is normal. This could only have happened through being indoctrinated when young that this is the way things should be. People expect that the government should pay for their retirement, if that's what you call social security, which is the biggest ripoff of a people in history since the fall of Adam. People expect that the government should pay for their healthcare if they can't afford it. People expect that the government should educate their children for them so couples can have two careers and not be burdened with the iconvenience of caring for their two or maybe three children. (Heaven forbid that we have more than two kids and overpopulate the earth and harm our "mother") People expect the government should give farmers paychecks for not growing crops, or for growing something that is in political preference this election cycle, (ethenol), or to conserve their soil. (Presumably farmers are to stupid to preserve their land for future generations and must be paid by the government to do so.) People assume that it's alright to own a gun for hunting, but think it's ludicrous to carry a gun to protect yourself or your family, or to keep a loaded gun for home defense, because surely our great benevolent government will protect us from all evil and harm.
And so like the lion raised in a cage the people don't know what Liberty would give them and are content in their chains, bound to live a life of slavery. If they only knew the blessings of Liberty we could easily send wise men to represent us and stop the squandering of our wealth and freedom, and return the scepter to a righteous people who could govern themselves. But it may be to late for that. May God bring revival to hearts in this country that men may honor Him and so liberate themselves from the tyrrany of wicked men.
The LORD is King forever and ever;
The heathen have perished out of His land.
Psalm 10:16

Thursday, January 14, 2010

concerning it's a madhouse out there

A note on the last post, don't think I'm against a war to help another people like Vietnam might or might not have been, but if we go to war there has to be a clear objective. And there is only one way to fight a war, under the black flag, no quarter. If another nation takes up arms against us they need to know that if they fight they will die, if they run we will shoot them in the back, if they surrender we will execute them to the last man. That is the only way to fight a war, and the world would be a much more peaceful place if all men fought that way.

It Is A Madhouse Out There

It Is A Madhouse Out There
I have only one problem with this article, Chuch Baldwin says we should allow, " pilots, policeman, and any other citizen lawfully qualified" to carry guns on airplanes; every citizen of this country is "lawfully qualified" to bear arms anywhere anytime. Read the second ammendment. Americans have been deceived into thinking that the merceneries of the king have more of a right to bear arms then the common man, if anything they should have less of a right since their power comes from the will of the people, they answer to us. There is not a cop on this earth more qualified, morally or intellectually, to carry a gun than the majority of the citizens of this country. How many people have been murdered by this government in the last 200 years? Indians, Lincolns murderous war, Vietnam, when our government sent fifty thousand men to their deaths for political games, Ruby Ridge, Waco, fifty million unborn children murdered and counting. Sounds like a bunch of guys that ought to be trusted with guns.

The Drug War vs. the Bill of Rights

The Drug War vs. the Bill of Rights