There is a law of attraction operating in the Universe that’s an amazing Universal Law. Whatever you sincerely desire, manifests itself and comes into being. For me personally, it has been my sincere desire to do something to further the cause of freedom. It seems all my life I have stood up for individual Freedom, and waged my battles for it in various ways. However, it has only been in the past five years that I have actively been writing on the subject.
It’s my sincere belief that everyone is created equal, and born to be free. However, Freedom has never been automatic. And we are not born knowing what Freedom means, and it is a learned process. Because it is self-responsibility and self-control, quite simply, those are characteristics which we learn and acquire. Being born free is the condition we inherit as a foundation for learning the discovery of Freedom. Therefore it must be acted upon by each individual, according to each person’s own value system.
Before, during and after the American Revolution, just over two hundred years ago, those brave souls of that period recognized the bondage British rule perpetrated upon them, and made a decision to break the chains of bondage. They stood up and fought and many died for the cause of Freedom. Never in the history of civilization has there been such a determination to be Free.
They did not invent freedom, but made a decision to act upon, to acquire and lay claim to that condition, which had been denied them by others who lusted for the power to control.
In this connection, how, where, and when did we lose this inheritance, handed down to us by the decisions and actions of others? That is the question we must face and address today. We are not entitled to sit idly by while the next generation of Americans inherits the conditions of bondage we have allowed to take place. Freedom has a price on it, of eternal vigilance, to act in a responsible manner, to sustain and maintain.
Never has the loss of Freedon been so eloquently presented to us, as in the inaugural speech by the President of the United States last weekend, when the theme of his speech was all about reduction to equality. Because the condition of equality is the antithesis of freedom. Being born Free is just the prerequisite to enjoy the inequality to create.
Here’s a quote in my email this morning from Felix Emmanuel Schelling: “True education makes for inequality, the inequality of individuality, the inequality of success, the glorious inequality of talent, of genius; for inequality, not mediocrity, individual superiority, not standardization, is the measure of the progress of the world.”
Nothing in the beauty of the wisdom of those words suggests we are to strive for equality, as outlined in the President’s speech, broadcast around the world from the steps of the capitol last weekend. I suggest it’s propaganda of a lie. But the majority of the people have bought into this false premise, which has resulted in the conditions we experience today.
Sadly, this kind of bad advice has been promoted all week by the mass-controlled news media, the liberals who now call themselves “progressives.” There is nothing progressive about it, but rather retro-progressive, backwards into bondage. That old time-worn condition, politicians and those who lust for power pitch to enslave throughout civilization. That is the stifling and smothering of the creativity of inequality for the control of their drive and aim to be superior. Nothing happenstance about this drive to perpetrate equality upon individuals, but a grand scheme to take from those who create and acquire, and value freedom.
Today, we stand at the door of opportunity to reject this notion. We cannot medicate our apathy by telling ourselves “we didn’t know,” because the grand scheme of things was presented to us in no uncertain terms. And the bogeyman for the past several generations, has been the cry for “equality.” Our epitaph could be, “here lies equality.” Freedom has been beaten down and buried. Are we going to sit idly by while this continues?
I keep writing articles about how we have been defeated by words of the language, without a shot being fired. A glaring manifestation of the words of the Communist Lenin in 1924, when he said “… the United States we shall not have to attack, because it will fall into our hands like overripe fruit.” Whoever dreamed it could be accomplished by spoon-fed forced equality?
I’m personally not a group-y individual, neither a Democrat nor a Republican, but an independent thinker, and a lover of Freedom. In this connection, I’ve decided to begin a drive in opposition to “equality” and in support of inequality. If you are an individual with interest in freedom, and reject the notion of equality, join with me. My email address is at the bottom of each article I write. Feel free to contact me, to express your opinion, if you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, of being driven into they trap of equality we have had pitched at us the past several generations.
It was actually in the fifties and sixties, after the second world war that the pitch for equality went into high gear and the latest speech by the President of the United States sealed our fate, reducing us to the mediocrity of equality.
All this talk about impeachment is idle conversation. The thing we must impeach is this notion and drive into the dark depths of equality, which stifles and smothers the creativity and the creators we were born to be, which can only be achieved by inequality.
A prize-winning historian, Henry Brooks Adams, said “Nothing in education is so astonishing as the amount of ignorance it accumulates in the form of inert facts.” To that I add, amen.
LET FREEDOM RING
JUST Me AC