It seems almost criminal to quote the Founding Fathers nowadays. First, the patriot and freedom community for which I write has become, with good reason, very skeptical of these particular royals. I, myself, have documented only a very small portion of the Illuminists inside of and Freemasonry involved in the founding of the U.S. Were our Founders Freemasons, and Deists? Some, definitely. Did they espouse advanced views on the rights of the individual. Yes. Voltaire was a French Freemason who fomented revolution in France. Yet, he believed that the people were lacking inherent freedoms. So, we can admonish the secret workings of the Freemason; but, we should not defame the Founders’ great words and works pertaining to liberty.
There is another group who is becoming hostile toward anyone who quotes the Framers. The hostilities, ironically, emanate from the U.S. Government. For instance, in an article entitled “Governmental Necessity: Consent of the Governed,” I extolled the virtues of Patrick Henry. “Give me liberty, or give me death.” Well, the FBI didn’t knock on my door, but I don’t see liberty being handed out very soon. Another hushed quote is from the great Thomas Jefferson. “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.” Now, if I were to start saying that, the guv’mint would probably have me on the terrorist watch list. In fact, these men did become traitors to England once they put these incendiary words on paper. The Government’s ire signifies one of two things. They are patriots or tyrants, and fear for their life. Patriots usually don’t cry over spilt blood. It is the tyrant who fears death. It is also the tyrant who wields the cloak of patriotism when shedding other people’s blood. So, we must be wary, and judge ourselves by family, God, country.
The liberty tree has not been watered in a very, very long time. It was watered in our battle for independence. It was lightly misted with the spirit of Shay’s, the Whiskey, and Fries’s Rebellions. Again, the tree was bled over, shocked to greatness in 1814. The blood spilled in Vietnam, unsuccessfully, was for the Vietnamese liberty tree. Blood spilled in Kosovo and Bosnia was for Eastern Europeans, and NATO. Blood spilled in Iraq is for the tiny little blade of dying grass called the Iraqi liberty tree.
Meanwhile, the might oak of United States Freedom is prematurely shedding leaves. She cries like the weeping willow. She needs fresh nutrition. The blood of patriots and tyrants.
See what I mean? That little Founding Father’s slogan makes me look over my shoulder when I write it. If you (they) are reading this, I’m just quoting a Founding Father.
What Jefferson, Washington, and crew were about was, in essence, the exact opposite of communism. It was republicanism. That is, State and individual sovereignty, with a central government whose only job is to defend those sovereignties. How does this make republicanism the exact opposite of communism? The bottom line of communism is the abolition of private property. Pure republicanism is total private ownership. More than taxes for some, the battle for ownership of New England pine trees, or private property, was the battle-call for revolution in 1776. Some say that we have private land ownership, and look at the mess we have. From the first property tax (bribe), government land grant (favoritism), asset forfeiture (double-jeopardy), zoning board (extorters), beautification board (whiners), “historic preservation” (extortion), wetland policy (ruse), eminent domain (theft), public housing project (racial segregation) - private property has been assaulted. Hello Marx & Engels. Welcome to the U.S. of A.
If you know that it is worth dying to preserve your country, state, and individual liberty, if you know that property rights are more important than communistic private property eradication, then you have learned much of what the Founders taught us. That is why it is important to study, learn, and practice what these great men tutored about democracy. We must attack and defeat it.
That is the summation of Founder theory on the matter of democracy. Alexander Hamilton: “Our real disease - which is democracy.” John Adams: “Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.” Fisher Ames: “The known propensity of a democracy is to licentiousness which the ambitious call, and ignorant believe to be liberty.” Albert Gallatin: “The Bill (of Rights)…establishes some rights of the individual unalienable and which consequently, no majority has a right to deprive them of.” James Madison: “A pure democracy…can admit no cure to the mischiefs of faction.” Gouverneur Morris: “We have seen the tumult of democracies…everywhere terminated, in despotism.” John Quincy Adams: “of all human governments, democracy was the most unstable, fluctuating and short lived.” John Whitherspoon: “Democracy cannot subsist long…it is subject to the madness of popular rage.” Benjamin Rush: “A simple democracy…is one of the greatest evils.” Noah Webster: “(Democracy) is one of the most tyrannical governments on earth.”
Why do Americans not listen to the fathers that gave them greatness? Democracy is a means of control, and our masters have utilized it well. So well, in fact, that elite, aristocratic, frat/cult brothers, and blood cousins are now both gun and bullet, one running with a D in front of his name, the other an R.
On May 22, 2002, conservative columnist and Rush Limbaugh fill-in, Walter E. Williams, told the truth in the article “Do we want democracy.” Williams writes, “That is the problem with democracy. It creates an aura of moral legitimacy for acts that would otherwise be considered tyranny.” Williams wonders why we won’t let a majority decide how much money we set aside for food or rent, but we allow it to decide how much we save for retirement (not to mention at what age we can start receiving payments. And what amount the payment is in. And who you can will it to. Etc.).
Wake up, America! Our indoctrination into democracy has set forth in motion a fascist foreign policy extolled by the elite. Likewise, it has made smoking, or fast driving, or poverty, or madness, or obesity, or homosexuality, or Christianity, or medical marijuana, or any little cry-baby thing a sin. Worse than a sin, 51%, mob-rule democracy has made many “sins“ a crime. I don’t know at what point we stopped viewing government as a tool to protect our freedom, and switched to thinking them the end-all, be-all of every conflict that takes place. The American government was never an entity that was supposed to be used to “make me feel comfortable.”
It is obvious that democracy does not work well, especially for minorities. If 51% of the people say they want life a certain way, that is how life will be. Too, the elite only need con a slight majority of voters to set up corporate shop, and that is what they did. This makes it all too clear why the Illuminati, especially through the United Nations, are promoting World Democracy. Quite personally, I don’t like republicanism either. However, Congressman Ron Paul noted that a republic would work very well in a place like Iraq. What is the United States doing. Forcing democracy, a loser’s hand! We have the chance to show the world that they are wrong twice. Communism doesn’t work. Democracy doesn’t work. Republicanism, if lived by, works better, though we should be able to evolve from there, too.
I have been ending with quotes lately, and must do so again this time. H.L. Mencken was a columnist, editor, scholar, and political and humanitarian critic. He was sharply critical of religious fundamentalism and the American middle class. The latter he aptly described as boobus Americanus. Mencken was harsh, and had foibles. He was a great believer in “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness,” nonetheless. One bio ended with “his popularity waned in latter years, due to charges that he was a racist and anti-Semite.” This is usually Illuminati code for “too close to the truth.” Eustace Mullins, a great patriot, was so charged in 2001 (I believe), at a conference in Canada, as a Jew and People of Color Hater. No surprise, as Ernst Zundel is languishing in prison for merely sparking a debate over the German/Jewish holocaust in Canada. I wish they would just let the guys talk, so the ADL and CJC in Canada can expose these “racists and anti-Semites,” and end the Holocaust question once and for all. H.L. Mencken had a thought about democracy. It was this. “The average man’s love of liberty is nine-tenths imaginary. It takes a special man to understand and enjoy liberty - and he is usually an outlaw in democratic societies.”
Thus does democracy equal death.
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The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship, by Paul & Phillip Collins
Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, by Abbe Barruel
Fire in the Minds of Men: Origins of the Revolutionary Faith, by James H. Billington
America's Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones, by Antony C. Sutton