Truth, Justice, Freedom [under fire]

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What Will Be Said?

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Will the same be said of us? ………..”We owe a huge debt to this generation that saved the world from Naziism.” Such are the words from Robert Edsel who is the founder of ‘Monuments Men Foundation for the Preservation of Art’ The statement was in regards to an art book taken from Adolph Hitlers home at Berchtesgaden as World War II was coming to an end. The question though is whether or not we who now rail against the abuses of power by the New American Aristocracy (CONgress) and the current illegitimate regime of Washington D.C. will be remembered in the same way. Will our grandchildren and their children’s children be able to say the same of us? Did we do all we are able to, to rid the nation of the scourge of the National Socialist Regime now in place and in power? As a side note, I hope that moron Hitler is spinning in his grave at Mach 5 while he roasts in hell as he was told by Old Slewfoot himself that the newest crop of National Socialists have at their head a man of less than perfect Teutonic Origins. And while most of us have rallied against the Twit-in-Chief, written letters to the editors, blogged endlessly, written letters to an out of touch senator or Representative. Have we done the best we can do? Have we left no stone unturned and is there nothing left for us to do within the constraints of law? Has everything which is possible, been done? When all other avenues have been exhausted and the only remedy left is a popular uprising with force, how many of us will leave the comfort of home to wage what is certain to be portrayed as less than a patriotic response to the continued assault on our liberties and the sovereignty of this nation? The one concern I have for this nation is that we (I include myself) will not recognize the ultimate tipping point until the time is past for effective opposition. And also, the lack of a clearly defined leader for the movement to restore the hallmarks of Freedom, Liberty, and Justice to the United States of America. I fear for my country, but I face the future of this nation not with fear but with a hope and continual prayer that a voice will be raised in defense of all that made this nation the bastion of Freedom and hope for the rest of the world.


Written by Gar Swaffar

December 10, 2009 at 6:24 am

Posted in Re-Thinking

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