Letters to the editor, March 28
Published: March 27, 2012
Published: March 27, 2012
After that eventful day life really changed for all Americans…everyone was affected by what happened. Some thought it wouldn't affect them personally, but it did to their surprise.
Those who participated and were responsible for the changes to transform America found themselves being victims of the changes themselves. Even the rich and Hollywood supporters where caught in the whirlpool of government control and loss of individual freedoms.
No longer would America be referred to as "the land of the free and the brave." Those who had called America "an imperialist nation" found themselves no longer able to exercise free speech.
America lost its identity as a free nation, a nation that had become free since the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence. Many Americans gave their lives to help protect and preserve individual freedoms here in America and around the world. Did these brave Americans die in vain for their country and for our freedoms?
After that day, the U.S. Constitution and all its laws thereunder were declared "null and void." Instead a "supreme law" was decreed to replace the Constitution.
Martial law was enforced upon all the people, except the "supreme ruler" who exempted himself from all laws. All laws were made by a select "supreme body" chosen by and accountable only to the "supreme ruler."
After that day, the states and their individual laws no longer applied. The central or "supreme government" ruled over all the people with the "supreme ruler" having final say on all matters.
By a single decree, all banks and currencies were seized along with all private properties. People would no longer own anything. They were slave to the government and the government knew best what people could use and where to live. All the freedoms people took for granted were no longer available.
After that day, the people were to work for the government and not for themselves. Each person had a quota to meet each day and their time at work was kept by a central computer. If they did not meet their quota, they were denied certain privileges and even the amount of food they could have was rationed. Housing, fuel, and food allotments were given to the people by the government.
After that day, the government ran the educational system and each student was tested at ages 6, 12, and 18 to determine how best they could serve the government and not themselves. They were either assigned for civilian work or for military service. The students had no choice or say in the matter.
After that day, the population was controlled by the government and women were told when they could have babies. Contraceptives were given to all child bearing women. The people became like robots run by the government.
Yes, on that eventful Election Day on Nov. 6, 2012, the beginning of the end for America was voted by the people. The transformation of America was on phase two and what followed was briefly described above.
While the above satire seems to be farfetched, there are already many signs and mandates that America is headed in that direction. Many in our government, including President Obama and the Clintons, do believe in globalization and control of the people with big government.
The American people will have a choice to make on Nov. 6, either to remain free or to become a slave to the government.
If people choose to be controlled by a dictator like person and the federal government allowed to control their lives, such as running the universal health care system and mandated free contraceptives, just to name a few; they inadvertently will have chosen to destroy that piece of parchment called the U.S. Constitution.
We the people still have a chance not to become enslaved, but time is running out. Please take seriously what is happening to this great nation. We have gotten a glimpse already on what is to come if the wrong choice is made on Nov. 6. Just ask yourself what "freedom" means to you and your family and that in just four more years America could become void of its freedoms.
"All men having power ought to be distrusted to a certain degree," said James Madison.
Become informed, let your voice be heard, and vote Nov. 6 to take back our country.