• Posted by Ronald A. Nelson Col.USA (Ret) on August 23, 2014 at 8:19pm
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The borrower is servant of the lender and the servant subject to his master… to be indebted to others, not only of monetary wealth, but to lack the ability to support themselves as individuals with the essentials of life.
So it is, that the common man is left bereft of the resources needed to faithful resist the tyrants… whose wealth and power consume the bread of the majority, bringing them captive by dependency upon others, for their living. It is a cunning and crafty system, of soft tyranny, that eats away at the foundations of liberty; one, that denies the very will too resist, thru a host of laws and customs, that hinders the ability of the middle class to throw off the chains of bondage.
Beginning with the lack of leaders, with the wealth and will to resist… we have no George Washington’s, Thomas Jefferson’s, John Adams or Ben Franklin’s, willing to lead the commoner or to finance the army needed to reclaim our rights and liberty. Where will the common man find the leaders, of our forefather’s stature, to organize, equip, train, fund and plan, for our emancipation from this oligarchy of tyrants? Where?
It is one thing to define the problem and quite another to solve it… the tyrant has laid his trap and the unsuspecting commoner has fallen into it. The People put their Trust in men, but failed in their duty to resist evil, when it first appeared; being persuaded to eat of the wealth of their neighbors, they soon found their own fields raided and pillaged. The end result is that every man, of common stock, has been deceived and drawn into a battle they cannot win alone.
Isolated, they tremble in fear, knowing what is coming… they look for deliverance from their leaders, only to find they are the very one’s who have forged the chains of their bondage. What then can they do?
They must rise up out of their own misery and take hold of the reigns of government … they must unit as one, in their common need, too restore their Constitutional Republic. Will it be easy? Nay, it will be very difficult. Will they succeed? Only, if they have can find the leaders and muster the resolve, to do what is necessary, too pull down those who have betrayed their trust; too, replace them with true Citizen Politicians, who will serve their term of office and then be willing to return to their homes and businesses… where they must live under the system they have administered. Then justice, tranquility, peace and prosperity, will return to everyman’s house, and our Nation will once again be a city, set upon a hill, a beacon of light in a land of darkness, and liberty will dwell in everyman’s home.