A few years ago I lived next door to an immigrant mother from Russia and her two children. Her teenage son was brilliant and a whiz on the computer and taught me how to use the computer. Anytime I needed help on the computer and called him, he always came right over. He was always very polite, and a joy to have him help me, and I adored him.

His mom was here in this country studying for an advanced degree at a local university. When the teenager graduated from high school, he moved to another state to work with his dad, in the hotel business. He attended college, then moved to Canada where he started his own business. Therefore, here’s a young Russian immigrant who came to this country, attended socialized grade schools, came from a very good family background, worked, and has become a very productive member of society.

Which points up the fact not all Russian immigrants turn out to be dependents on tax-payer backs in this country and terrorists. The young man I knew personally came from a hardworking, moral background, which seemed to compensate for upbringing in the socialist school system. However I think he is an exception.

Reading all the reports about the two Russian bomber brothers presents a different mindset with disastrous results. The younger brother came to this country around nine years old. This means he had already been schooled in communist socialism. The first leader of the Soviet union, Valdimir Lenin, said in 1924, “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown, will never be uprooted.”

Leaving his native country, where he was schooled in Communism socialism, and coming to this country, attending public schools of socialism, graduating and receiving government scholarship money for college, the young Dzokar Tsarnaev surely must have been well indoctrinated into the philosophy of socialism.

I have seen no information where either the 19 year-old or his 26 year-old brother worked in a paying job anyplace. The cost of their schooling was paid for via tax-paid monies. Who paid their housing, food, transportation, the expensive clothing and gear they were wearing shown in photographs? Who paid for the cost of all the material to build bombs? Who paid for all the ammunitions and guns they carried? Did tax-payers in this country pay for those things?

It’s reported the day after the marathon bombings, the teen-age bomber attended a beer-drinking party with friends. Who bought his booze? We know from news reports, the two brothers hi-jacked an SUV, and robbed the owner of $800.00 from an ATM.

The 26 year-old had spent six months in his native country of Chechnya, leaving a wife and young child back here in this country. Who was supporting them? And who paid the expense of his travels and living?

It’s reported there were findings of other bombs and bomb making materials and guns. Aside from all their government tax-funded schooling, did our government pay their living expenses, and the cost of their bomb-making ventures, guns and clothing, and beer drinking parties? Were his wife and child supported via tax-paid monies? Did some other government pay for their radicalized Islamic training? Or were they privately funded by some organization.

The uncle of the two brothers, living in this country, in an interview kept saying they were a couple of losers. If they were living a life-style of terrorists, and the tax-payers of this country were funding them, then it’s the American people who are the losers.

I was surprised and impressed the Russian leader, Putin, sent a notice of apology to our government, for the trail of destruction perpetrated by these two young Russians. And not only that, in 2011 sent a notice of inquiry, to our government, with concerns about the 26 year-old being a radicalized Muslim.

The young teen-age obmber had become an American citizen, but the 26 year-old killed in a shoot-out had not.

We are living in an era it’s reported millions of non-citizen immigrants are living in this country. Their children are attending tax-paid schools, and many receiving all kinds of tax-paid privileges by this government. We have no idea how many may be training as terrorists to destroy this country. We don’t know what goes on behind closed doors while their children are attending public schools in this country.

While Congress considers new immigration laws, to let the gates down for more to flock here, the transformation of America promised by President Obama in his first campaign speeches, is in full swing.

To the south of us in Mexico, the people are fleeing from a drug-cartel operated country, and Cuba, a full-fledged Communist country. Millions fleeing here, who were unwilling to take a stand to resist the chains of bondage in their native countries. Unwilling or unable to stand up for their freedom, instead flocking to this country, and wreaking havoc here. Perhaps not all of them, but enough to add to the burden we the people here already face, as the transformation takes place.

Remember the socialist from Argentina, Eva Peron, who sang “Don’t cry for me Argentina”? I for one cry for the America we once had. And cry out to others to wake up and stand up, for a return to the principles upon which this nation was founded, before it’s too late.

I grew up in the depression years of this country, a different time when we enjoyed a greater degree of freedom, and listened to parents and grandparents resist the socialist regime of FDR, when he ordered farmers to plow under their crops, living on a farm in northeast Georgia. I have always valued Freedom, and stood up for it in many different ways throughout my life. Married and supported an Air-force pilot who fought through 3 wars for freedom of this country. World-war two, Korea and Vietmam. And lived to see my country and Freedom, mired down in socialism.

Now I spend my time writing about all that’s taking place, in a country and Freedom I love, in hopes I can convey to others the Philosophy of Freedom, and the self-responsibility it requires. Not only do I cry for America, but for my children and grandchildren, who will not have the future of freedom I enjoyed growing up, as we slide further and further into the depths of socialism. Without a shot being fired.

Again I quote Lincoln, “The people are the rightful masters of both congresses and courts, not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.”

Email: annecleveland@bellsouth.net

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