Today as we experience this sudden cognitive revelation that this nation is so far from our design that in all truth this nation cannot be called a representative Republic; as today our government acts as a totalitarian sovereignty, which—in opposition to—was the reason for this nations creation to begin with.
Each and every individual often begins their research expanding their own intellectual valuations and developing some knowledge of the political environment begins with those things they experienced. Though I had an interest in politics, I still remember the day when I realized that the philosophical idealism of the American miracle of a representative constitutionally enumerated government ended.
That day will be forever etched in my mind. For on that day, which I remember as if yesterday, the legislative powers of this nation destroy all of the principles for which that nation stood. Few think of those things that happened that have led to the destruction of our nation. As in my experience, July 2, 1964 is the date on the gravestone of the death of America. Yet in my research I have concluded there are many other milestones that can easily be identified.
When we look at the timeline of history we find all of the events that have been listed empirically. Yet within that format we do not find the identification of those things that occurred that were the antithesis of preserving the wonder, the miracle of this great experiment.
When I started evaluating the American timeline based on those things that have destroyed the principles of this nation my first observation was shocking. For you see I realized that the demise of America occurred long before I imagined. It was shocking to realize that the wonder of the miracle of the American experiment lasted less than the presidency of one of the greatest nihilist this nation ever experienced that of Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
For we forget that from Washington’s presidency, to the election of Thomas Jefferson is the length of the great experiment. Even that record is challenged with the administration of John Adams rejecting many of the protections of liberty our nation was formed to protect.
Many wonder why the election of Thomas Jefferson is the true end of the American experiment. The answer is obvious in history, and sadly it was not something our nation did not know or was warned to avoid. There are many statements that can be found in history made by George Washington in his concern of rejecting political parties. As one reads them there was one obvious Genesis that concern Washington; it is dangerous enough to have a government that you are attempting to limit with the design of numerate powers by the Constitution, but that danger is magnified when they are powers unknown outside the political environment that influence their agents as elected officials within the political bureaucracy, controlled by and under the management of those same political parties.
Strangely the dichotomy of Thomas Jefferson's concern which led to him pleading with George Washington to not resign after his first term; were completely forgotten when he became president and advocated the Democratic Republican Party in opposition to the Federalist.
It was that that moment that the political environment in America ceased from being representative of the people; and became the totally directed options of the self-centered…for power…of the political parties.
Though this was the beginning there are many more milestones in history that are high watermarks for those who would destroy this miraculous form of government, this absolute wonder unknown anywhere at any time in the history of mankind.
There were small intrusions that had negative impacts which hopefully would have been cured but ignored. The sedition act and the policies of protecting government of John Adams could be listed among them. But these are minor intrusions and confrontations in direct opposition to the philosophical idealism of our Constitution's design.
Of all presidents the tyranny of Abraham Lincoln was the apex of dismissal; complete abdication that our Constitution meant nothing or had any power to control or enumerate the powers of totalitarian sovereignty of centralized government unrestricted. Is it not fascinating that there are those who believe that this man's absolute tyranny is something wonderful. I've always comparative to the analogy of a Christian who believes in the sanctity of human life to then support or admire with unaccountable admiration of one who advocates and participates in an ideology that advocates human sacrifice. How can an individual who takes the oath to preserve the Constitution of this nation—then refutes all of the ideals and principles of that design—be evaluated any more than he is; America's first totalitarian tyrant? Then to study history learning that the South’s only sin was to object to paying all the taxes while they received none of the benefits of government expenditure. Is it not strange, that this scenario that existed then is being once again duplicated under this oppressive current government administration? Leading one to wonder have we reached a point in this nation's history where the separation of two diametrically opposing forms of government, communism, and the American philosophy and idealism, must separate and form two nations as there is no way for them to coexist?
Is not the milestone of the Woodrow Wilson presidency another that stands out a complete diametric inverse of constitutional government? Was it a mental illness, or some self-delusion that this man thought he was God and as such by that confirmation dictate and ignore the philosophical idealism of this nations design? Sadly, as horrible as this man was for the States united in America's history; we often forget that he was the father of the rise of socialism and communism dominating all world governments on the face of the earth. For without Wilson and is absolutely illogical, irrational incomprehensible illusion of observation that there are no differences in men on the face of the year—a hallucination that even the greatest druggie of modern society could never imagine—created the environment where the communist of Hitler, Lenin, Stalin, and Franklin Roosevelt rose to power.
Is it not strange that in the 17th century Charles-Louis de Secondat, Baron de La Brède et de Montesquieu…referred to as just Montesquieu…who provide the theorem, the hypothesis of the checks and balances form of government our nation’s constitution was designed from; also gave us the following philosophical idealism of our society. He told us that a nation must have a foundation of societal mores, morals and most importantly religion before even a government acceptable to that society can be created. Why we in this nation have refuted that reality is beyond comprehension.
Yet, Woodrow Wilson , who lived in a world of academia without considering the empirical history of mankind’s literacy unilaterally determine that he, as god among men, by dictate could change 6000 years of history and the knowledge of mankind.
It is hard to imagine a man who lived in such delusional or that he was so self-delusional he could so easily refuted reality. Strange today we have the same personality as a leader. Yet is it not a precursor identical to the environment in the political arena that currently exists?
How many millions died because of this man's lack of reason? The war to end all wars was not that because of this man's interference. Instead, the war to end all wars was a precursor to a war that made it seems somewhat insignificant. And more catastrophic than that reality by his actions in advancing his demented ideology led to the advancement of communism and the deaths of five times the number that were killed in the war he precipitated. It may be the greatest tragedy that any singular individual has ever done in the history of man.
There is one reprieve, on in the timeline of America we could have a president who was not only literate and could read the Constitution, Warren Harding, he in his presidency applied those concepts returning this nation to some normality of constitutional design. Unfortunately his slight return to the American form of government was followed by a communist with the same demented delusions of Woodrow Wilson. What a wonder it must have been in the 1920s when government stayed out of the society and American experienced. By this simple act alone resulted in the greatest growth of both liberty and wealth ever known in any society in the history of mankind.
As Americans we should be in absolutely amazement that with the advancement of centralized government, the communism in this nation that was accomplish so openly in front of the American citizens, did not result in the absolute destruction and rejection of that idealism of our Constitution. Why a Constitution of the Soviet as proposed by Franklin Roosevelt in his dementia of proposing the ‘Second Bill of Rights’ that by its very construct replaced equal with equality; completely destroying the whole principle of our nations declarative…the Declaration of Independence… is actually a wonder when we as citizens of this nation evaluates the destructiveness, and the foundation for continuing destruction left in the bureaucracy of Franklin Roosevelt’s initiative.
Yet the destruction of this man hides under the historical façade that this nation conducted a war against aggression. Though that is a fact the reality; those who believe the totalitarian sovereignty in their nations, by their actions, and the response of this nation, created the same totalitarian sovereignty of a dictatorial presidency. This result was so far outside the guidelines of our former government, this nation has never recovered. One such absolutely caustic residue is the design of communist economic ideology, advanced by Keynes in his dementia of state controlled totalitarian sovereignty of all societies’ economics. This state controlled concept of government, this intrusion into society of altruism based on concepts that government is our creator, our protector, and also our master was introduced into not only our society, but the American psyche. Concepts that to this day this nation has yet to refute, been able to overturn, or even acknowledges the destruction it is creating.
Yet without this foundation created by Franklin Roosevelt and the government bureaucracy expanding the demented design of Woodrow Wilson did not finish the task. For that the next milestone of one of the greatest nihilist of American principles Lyndon Johnson accelerated to unparalleled comprehension. For as Lenin, Lyndon Johnson, had the capacity to take the Constitution and interpreted it to a design absolutely inverse of the principles and advance government intrusion and destruction into this society equal to the destructive force that Woodrow Wilson’s dementia had imposed upon the world. It is hard to create a comparative between the destructive nihilism of Lincoln, Wilson, Roosevelt, and Johnson as each picked a different area of our society to destroy. Perhaps the only comparative we will ever have, if our nation survives the accelerated nihilism of our current situation, the Mea Maxima Culpa the greatest mistake this nation has ever made in electing our current president, our nation survives. Perhaps then as we as some living anthropologist begin to measure those destructive actions that destroyed the wonder of the greatest society and form of government that ever existed, we can then make some comparatives of who—which advanced those concepts was most destructive.
There are so many identifiable anti-American legislative events—to identify those most destructive—would be a time line of just the events.
These identified are but a brief synopsis, a simple overview of the most obvious.
Yet the reality that exists, the confirmation that we know, is that none of the destructive events, legislation, or actions leading to this nation’s demise by our design were possible. It is the circumvention, the dismissal of, and the absolute refuting the simple enumerations of the constitution that have made the demise possible.
Today our citizens must ask but a simple question, if our constitution would preserve the simple principles of liberty and protecting our liberty from the intrusion of government; should we not consider perhaps returning to that design, and as our first continentals on Concord’s square commit our dedication to its preservation?