By TLB Contributor: Ken LaRive
To take back America from a strong central government will not be easy. It will take a collective unity never seen before in America, and a perceptive understanding of how the system works as well. Sorry to say, but once Liberty is lost, as history will attest, blood is the only means to get it back. Perhaps this great experiment, a Republic based on Constitutional Law and our Bill of Rights, will be the exception this time. Hoping for a miracle seems our only recourse, like an elected official who actually lives up to his word, for the good of the nation, for instance. Sure, it can happen. Better have a commanding presence, however, a good speaker too, with a reverberating voice, to reach into the heart of what can only be described as American sensibility. A clever idiom has worked before, like “Change! We need change!” to capture the American intellect and spirit. Sorry. What a concept, change for the sake of change.
In the past most Americans took their standing orders from Government, going mostly without question to war, suffering quietly through designed economic fluctuations, and the systematic procedural breakdown of family by the disintegration of moral and ethical value instilled by television and Hollywood media. Using scientifically designed, Freudian Psychology and the ethos of Progressive Sociology, America has ushered in a new characterization of individual responsibility, entitlement, and slavery of the will. To take back our government for We the People, we find, and I’m so sorry to tell you… it has never existed… just like a democracy has never existed in the history of human kind.. and yet we are told that is who we are. Without this foundation, we have nothing to build on. Do you understand this concept? We are floating on a bubble, and it is not of our design.
If a person opposes the government by force, no matter what the principle, he could spend the rest of his life in Leavenworth, or be required to flee the country. Any plot to violence is considered traitorous, and he would be hunted down by extradition from most any place on earth. To a true patriot, these violent options might seem unacceptable, though he is prepared to die for the ideals this country was founded upon and held as a standard by an oath to protect and defend. And yet, as we attempt to use intellect over emotion we realize the enemy is too well hidden to find. So with that in mind, I emphatically state that violence is not advocated in any way by this author as a solution to the wows of America, and yet, our founding fathers emphatically told us otherwise.
“The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants”
“They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
In turn, our government takes its standing orders from international bankers, coordinated and orchestrated by the Federal Reserve. There is also a convergent network of conglomerate international businesses, and both have unlimited resources. Resources that can be used beyond the imagination to make their agendas reality, or to remain in power. They will use taboo, religious intolerance and interpretation, domestic and international false-flag operations, bogus information and contrived realism, and all without definable rules based on any code of law or moral value. They have the ability, by the use of media and press, to actually change and manipulate social norms for their purpose, by well-developed physiological sciences that have come of age, from a variety of think tanks and super computers that compile and coordinate information. and they take direction from the Trilateral Commission, The Counsel of Foreign Relations, the Bilderburg Group, and of course the most powerful lobby in the US, AIPAC, and not from our Constitution, or Bill of Rights.
Our legal systems and constitution are at times bypassed and controlled by these international entities, and are no longer accountable ether to the American taxpayer or to what is left of the United States Government. They remain well hidden inside a dark glass, clouded by our own uneducated and inept ignorance, unreasoned fears, lazy and exhausted states of mind and spirit, and an overpowered mindset instilled by sustained subliminal messages that has incorporated us as consensual and conventional sheep. Our ability to think collectively has been destroyed by a manufactured abyss, separating and dividing us as a nation. We want change, but we have nothing to change into, nothing any better to displace the status quo, status quo ante bellum. And, have no doubt, we Americans are in a state of war, and from every direction. A state of war from a foe we can not see.
Overpowered? A Cloward and Piven, Machiavellian plan for Marxism seems evident, as it was taught to Obama at Columbia. It is a well-documented diagram to turn the United States into a socialist state by overwhelming the system, and it is working, and along with a military industrial complex that can print money out of thin air, our national debt has more than doubled in the last ten years.
Cap and trade and new taxes on the rich are the redistribution of returns, universal health care and the unionization of millions of health-care workers coerce, manage, and cement 30 million voters to our new Socialistic State, under the thumb of big government. Making Puerto Rico the 51st state and the legalization of 12 million illegal aliens would increase entitlements and welfare over the top, as they too will be guided to the progressive fold. Illegal emigrants pour into our country unabated, and we are threatened with a dissolved sovereignty, like the entire EU.
The Patriot Act disregarded for rights and liberties our forefathers died to protect, was standard fare for over a decade before the Rand Paul Filibuster. Stimulus and bailouts with unsecured monies printed by the Federal Reserve and flooded into a system without accountability dilutes our total worth to inflation, and we pay interest to them for the privilege. Our gold in Fort Knox has not been audited for over fifty years…
An oil moratorium with a George Soros/Petrobras insider-trading connection with Brazil, and the billions borrowed from China to build a deepwater infrastructure there, goes unreported but for the very fringe of journalism. And now we allow Saudi to open their valves so wide our American Oil Patch is disintegrating under the weight of cheap oil, just like in 1983. Our friends? Hardly.
Frozen truth and media silence indicates we no longer have a free press. Type in 134.5 billion in US Bearer bonds confiscated on a train from Italy to Switzerland, and your eyes will be opened. The 9-11 report is found to be shot full of lies, and anyone who questions these and many others that are plaguing our nation, are called conspiracy theorists, potential terrorists, and traitors. Even Catholics made the terrorist watch list, for a time…
A desperate optimist might contend that if we do not stand fast now, we will indeed be at a point of no return. Some history analysts challenge that the point was reached in the middle seventies, some since before the last depression, and others that it was an illusion as far back as 1776. And the year 1871 should be studied too…
One primary American trait is American optimism when translated by a work ethic, and though this cannot be easily quelled, taking back America, even just dwelling on the idea, seems ultimately a lost cause in our present circumstances. Why? Most historical realists would say that the primary obstruction for taking back America by the people would be a lack of sound and reliable leadership, with a plan of action worthy of the effort. Change, you see, is not viable unless it is for the better, and yet we do not know want is for our own good, or how to acquire that knowledge, or a standard greater than ourselves. It is that simple. We do not know how, and we seemingly have no way to find out. Perhaps we are looking into the wrong places? Perhaps we have forgotten a simple element? Perhaps the answer is not out there at all, but inside of us all?
It’s a simple but beautiful metaphor. Our soul is likened to an uncut diamond, pure, perfect, and unrealized. Each learned experience cleaves a facet on its face, and leaves it changed forever. Through this facet, this clear window, new light, new questions and ideas take shape and form. This process is our reason for being…