From now on, the sky that will greet Obama and the socialist anti-Americans in Washington D.C. will look like this:
If anyone has seen a sky like this, you know a tornado or two and other severe weather is ahead. Obama and Congress deserve this storm as they have inflicted wave after wave of harm on Americans, forever forfeiting the consent of the governed.
Now they will be governed by our storm. Our prayers have revealed the silver lining in the clouds…and the people have awakened as quickly as lightening, and are now amassing at the gates of the belligerent. Informed. Aware. Conscious. Focused. Intent.
Trying to tame this energy by buying or co-opting it is like, well, playing with lightening. Good luck Rinos, the core will never be bought.
When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one People to dissolve the Political Bonds which have connected them with another….that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government…
The Truth: Limited Federal Government
Part of acknowledging the essential truths of the Declaration of Independence, and our founding, is recognizing when it ‘becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bonds which have connected them with another.
Here we must go back to fundamentals of our Constitution, understanding its truth. But first we have to get through the lies that we have been told about our Constitution and our Country by the progressives/left/socialists. The essay Lies that Bind outlined the five big lies we have been told endlessly about our constitution with the purpose of making the constitution irrelevant.
Returning again to Martin Babitz’ The Illusion of Freedom, a refreshing look at the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence leads us straight to the first principle:
Limited Federal Government, rather than Supreme National Government
The source of this essential truth is the last paragraph of the Declaration of Independence, which states:
…that these United Colonies are, and of Right ought to be, Free and Independent States…and that as free and independent states they have full power to levy war, conclude peace, contract alliances, establish commerce…..
We mutually agreed as independent states to form a government with limited specific powers to act on behalf of all the United States of America. This was enshrined in the Articles of Confederation, and later, the Constitution. The entire ratification process of both documents affirms this ultimate truth: that America is a confederation of free and independent states with a limited federal government.
Babitz quotes John Taylor’s essay regarding the principles forming the United States government:
The parliament, or orders, are theoretically and practically omnipotent. such is the doctrine of the British government, and of the British lawyers. the government possesses unlimited powers. The reverse is the principle adopted by our policy…it contends that the power of the government may be limited, and that the people may have rights independent of the government.
What brought on the American Revolution was that liberty was at the discretion of the British authorities.
We have learned, as part of the silver lining, of the usurpation of our Constitution through changing the meaning of terms through language. Here is an example of the term ‘federal’, as described by Babitz and as defined in the following manner:
- Webster’s Dictionary 1790 and 1828 . Consisting of a compact between parties, particularly and chiefly between states or nations, founded on alliance by contract or mutual agreement; as a federal government, such as that of the United States;
- Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary 1973. Of or relating to a compact or treaty
- Webster’s Modern Dictionary: “Formed by compact between political units that surrender their individual sovereignty to a central authority but retain limited residuary powers of government,” and “of or constituting a form of government in which power is distributed between a central authority and a number of constituent territorial units”
In 1828 the word ‘federal’ meant a compact between states; in 2010 it means a central authority to whom territorial units have surrendered their individual sovereignty.
Like the clouds passing quickly overhead, ever-present and noticed only for their beauty, or presence, or sign, our Constitution has gradually been engulfed in a fog of confusion and the pace of events, now seemingly planned events. Where we are right now is a consequence of just letting those clouds go on by, when in fact, they were all storm clouds.
With further evidence, Revolution Radio’s Walls in Our Minds recently had guest Steven Pattison discuss his research on the usurpation of the state governments and Constitution. Mechanisms exist, such as replacing original state constitutions with ‘modern’ constitutions, to in effect achieve the purpose of a ensuring a supreme national government versus a limited federal government. Many of these changes to our constitution originated after the Civil War, are connected with reconstruction legislation, and the 13th and 14th amendments.
The government brought lies and deceit to our doorstep. The necessary consequence is that We, the People, will bring the truth to theirs. A fierce wind, bolts of lightening in prayers, and the intention of millions will bring this reckoning forth.