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A Nation of Cowards?

05 Apr

I disagree with a few lines of this video–primarily those that extol the virtues of democracy.  But even so, I agree with the spirit of this video.  I agree with the author who claims we’re on the road to national suicide and we’ll stay on that road until we find the balls to stand up, push the Congress hard, and make them serve the People rather than special interests and/or the New World Order.

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Posted by on April 5, 2013 in Dissidents, Resistance, Video

 

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42 responses to “A Nation of Cowards?

  1. gary lee, [Russell], sui juris

    April 5, 2013 at 2:42 AM

    Alfred, I think it is even more than just his use of “democracy” (mob rule/socialism), as he is professing that all the laws that Congress passes should apply to them, to. Uhhhhh, if I remember corectly, Congress can’t be passing any laws that apply to us, as (well, at least me) we are sovereign, and I am not subject of, nor am I subject to Congress’s laws, which apply to the federal States (DC, USVI, Puerto Rico, etc).

    While the spirit is certainly there, it is almost like one of those Govco plants, where you are sucked in to believe that this guy is selly liberty and freedom, as in unalienable rights, and a government that follows the rules and limitations We the People have set upon them (The Constitution of/for (take your pick) the United States (as amended AD1791), when in fact, he is using all the same little words we have been programmed with for the last 60 years, like “democracy”, and the idea that Congress is passing all these bullshit laws that supposedly apply to us (like gun control). hell, I don’t care what bullshit laws they pass, and if a few (thousand, or million) Americans would wake up and realize those laws don’t apply to them either, then we could probably get somewhere, as this gentleman has pointed out.

    Good post. Thank you! : )

     
    • NDT

      April 6, 2013 at 3:17 AM

      Democracy and mob rule are not the same thing. Democracy is a form of lawful government, and mob rule isn’t. Representative democracy is different again. It is the nature of the representations made to the people which determine it’s character.

       
      • Doug

        April 6, 2013 at 4:45 AM

        De mob ocracy is often the well intentioned path to hell pushed like heroin is by snake oil selling political jackals.

         
      • NDT

        April 6, 2013 at 9:26 AM

        Doug, what is sold today as democracy is closer in character to imperialism.

         
      • James Michael

        April 6, 2013 at 4:36 PM

        Democracy is 51% of the people lording over the other 49% and yes it is exactly mob rules.. That is not a Republic…..

         
      • Jerry Sparks

        April 6, 2013 at 10:32 PM

        NDT
        @ > Democracy
        Demoncrazy is more appropriate.

         
      • NDT

        April 6, 2013 at 11:29 PM

        James, the 49% knew what the deal was when they voted.
        The problems start then the 49% assume they can lord it over the people who are not part of the democracy.

         
      • Lyndon

        April 7, 2013 at 10:46 AM

        “Democracy is a form of lawful government…” Whose law? Not my law. What facts or evidence do you have that I was born to be subject to someone else’s law? I am self-governed. Let those that wish democracy have their democracy, but do not attempt to force me under your laws and your orders. There is and never could be a “lawful” reason to compel a man to be subject to another man’s rules. Do not decide what is good for me, I know and will what is good for me. You will what you want and only what you want.

         
      • Anon4fun

        April 7, 2013 at 1:52 PM

        >>…do not attempt to force me under your laws and your orders. There is and never could be a “lawful” reason to compel a man to be subject to another man’s rules.<<

        This reads like a communist anti-property rights pamphlet.

        – –

        Dear workers,

        After the revolution (which we are underwriting), everything will be a lovely daydream in which what's mine is yours, and, more importantly, what's yours is mine.

        Let us therefore abolish unjust notions like nation and property (and the outdated rights that accompany them), so we can live together in harmony.

        Your friends and benefactors,

        The international bankers

         
  2. bandit

    April 5, 2013 at 3:25 AM

    Christ was a fisher of men. The I -Ching speaks of inferior men as pigs and fishes. Religion will only catch the fishes but the pigs go free. Keep focus upon today and its riches that can be gained for heaven and let G-d with his fail safe plan expose the beast.

     
  3. katmanwon

    April 5, 2013 at 7:53 AM

    We in Texas recognize the U.S. cowards – many wear costumes, are Public Nuisances & are given guns to terrorize the sheeple.

     
  4. Anthony Clifton

    April 5, 2013 at 7:56 AM

    L’ apostrophe had me stumped – having proofed a few Anti-Shysters…

    http://web.archive.org/web/20020204192648/http://carolontheweb.com/index.shtml

    Bman has a really good allegorical imperative voice over for the keely aware about the stunted proles waving plastic flags made in China…celebrating their FREEDOM by being stupider…

    http://buelahman.wordpress.com/2013/04/03/dancing-with-the-elephant-in-the-room/

    and the bard of modern comestibles and way laid plans opines freely without discord…

    http://www.smoking-mirrors.com/2013/04/watching-sick-city-disappear-in-my-rear.html

    I visited with Grugyn, after reading the first 5 chapters of LIFE WITH TROUBLE…

    http://web.archive.org/web/20001007031724/http://www.servtech.com/~grugyn/tlc-1.htm

    right after I visited Joe Six Pack in Clinton, Tennessee who was facing an Assault charge with a GUN because a MAD DOG PIG COP broke his back on his mothers front porch mistaking him for someone else…

    http://kennysideshow.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-alleged-mlk-murder-rifle.html

    I was in the third grade and went to ECS on Union Ave..extended in April of ’68, we missed a little more than a week of School because we lived in Whitehaven and couldn’t get through Orange Mound because the National Guard had put up roadblocks and there were 3pm curfews….

    the National Guard was located at the Armory on the NE side of the Liberty Bowl where they had the Memphis Belle on display…

    I went to Holy Cross Lutheran in 1st and 2nd grade just a few blocks south from Graceland
    …and needless to say the Davidians didn’t commit mass suicide by Good Faith Tanks.

    http://kingjbible.com/deuteronomy/32.htm

    “For their rock is not as our Rock, even our enemies themselves being judges.”

    from my limited perspective…

    when reading Matthew 7 it appears “we” are allowed to adjudicate our very own selves…

    Define : Nation.

     
  5. Christian

    April 5, 2013 at 10:11 AM

    I doubt government is the solution to any problems. Try this exercise… what was the last thing government fixed?

     
    • Anon4fun

      April 5, 2013 at 10:52 AM

      Christian: “what was the last thing government fixed?”

      A neighbor had his car stolen. The police recovered it the same day and threw the thief in the slammer. Situation fixed.

      My state government just repaired one of their local bridges. Infrastructure fixed.

      Both criminal justice and ownership, or at least regulation, of essential infrastructure are jobs for which there is no plausible alternative to government.

      Since government (a necessary evil, as the Founders called it) is going to be around for the foreseeable future, We the People (who established it in the first place) had better pay attention and keep it under control, or the NWO bad guys will.

       
      • Jerry Sparks

        April 5, 2013 at 1:26 PM

        Hi A4f,
        ……”foreseeable future”…..
        You are “farsighted.” I think it’s because of your hindsight.

         
      • Yartap

        April 8, 2013 at 9:20 PM

        Anon4fun,

        Now you and your neighbor have to pay 35-40 thousand dollars a year to keep the criminal in jail. And I’m willing to bet that your bridge cost four time more than it should have. I know – your trying to see government’s positive actions, but Christian has it right.

         
    • Doug

      April 5, 2013 at 6:16 PM

      Christian said: Try this exercise… what was the last thing government fixed?

      Do you mean like rigging a football game or taking over health care ???

       
      • Jerry Sparks

        April 5, 2013 at 10:53 PM

        Doug,
        Well,YES !!

         
  6. bandit

    April 5, 2013 at 11:49 AM

    Christian: “what was the last thing government fixed?”

    A neighbor had his car stolen. The police recovered it the same day and threw the thief in the slammer. Situation fixed.

    The government created the situation where one persons owns a car and the other doesn’t. This is what governments feed off, divide and control. Poverty creates all types of criminality and its the governments work to create a situation so it can be seen as the “fixer”. Governance is already in place without the rule of mans law, as mans law is natures law that has been edited to create a certain outcome for the advantage of those that impose the law itself.

     
  7. james iler

    April 5, 2013 at 11:51 AM

    Tooo much Chai?—–Just watching your back.  “A Nation’s”  !! Peace and blessings,    grandma Peggy

    >________________________________ > From: Adask’s law >To: reli46@yahoo.com >Sent: Friday, April 5, 2013 12:01 AM >Subject: [New post] A Nation’s of Cowards? > > > WordPress.com >Adask posted: “I disagree with a few lines of this video–primarily those that extol the virtues of democracy.  But even so, I agree with the spirit of this video.  I agree with the author who claims we’re on the road to national suicide and we’ll stay on that road unti” >

     
    • Jerry Sparks

      April 5, 2013 at 1:30 PM

      Hi James iler,
      @ > Tooo much Chai?—
      No, Tooo munch monkey business.

       
  8. Mvg-Avg

    April 8, 2013 at 11:02 AM

    Get rid of usury in the land and those that run it and presto,good bye democracy.

    “The borrower is the servant to the lender” Proverbs 22:7

    In the territories the persons are subject to congress and congress is subject to the lenders.

    My question is: are the lenders subject to any entity? Who sits at the top of that structure?

    Is usury absent within the structure of a republic?

     
    • Jerry Sparks

      April 8, 2013 at 1:20 PM

      Mvg-Avg
      When you get time,go to the CIA Officer……. thread & read the LAST,at this time, message to you,from me.

       
  9. Yartap

    April 8, 2013 at 8:42 PM

    YES! The Tea Party has it wrong! Get rid of the Electoral College? Now that’s a big Republican Party idea! Universal Service as in a “Standing Army?” Now that’s a Democratic Party idea or Communist Party idea!

    YES! We are one big chicken democracy! With “We the Conflict of Interest (govt. check receivers)” will vote me and you out of our God given rights and republic. As they say, “The Constitution is a flexible document.” Like the 2nd Amendments “without infringement” means that criminal and the crazies cannot have guns; and their laws make me and you the criminals and crazies.

     
    • Jerry S.

      April 9, 2013 at 6:38 AM

      Yartap.
      @ > will vote me and you out of our God given rights and republic.
      Most of us need not be concerned about this. Maybe you do. How do we lose or be without anything we do not have? I just know for sure I cannot.

       
  10. messianicdruid

    April 9, 2013 at 11:35 AM

    “By default, the procedure for those who wish to survive will be to universally disregard the old rules and to make up new rules as they go along, but this is bound to cause mayhem and much loss of life. The best-case scenario is that the old rules are consigned to oblivion quickly and decisively. The public at large will not be the major impediment to making the necessary changes. Rather, it will be the vested interests at every level — the political class, the financial elite, professional associations, property and business owners and, last but not least, the lawyers — who will try to block them at every turn. They will not release their grip on society voluntarily, so it is best to make plans to forestall and thwart their efforts…. The old rules will not work, but the new ones might, depending on what they are. You might want to give the new rules some thought ahead of time, perhaps even test them out under the guise of emergency preparation training.”

    http://cluborlov.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-five-stages-of-collapse-reviewed-by.html#more

    In this context “old rules” means man’s “laws”. We must acknowledge and obey Higher Law which is eternal. We must make Higher Law the “new rules” or die in oblivion.

    The Higher Law by Henry Morris, Ph.D.

    “Because that Abraham obeyed my voice, and kept my charge, my commandments, my statutes, and my laws” (Genesis 26:5).

    In the United States, the government should be a government of laws, rather than men, and our founding fathers established a Constitution with its government of checks and balances to safeguard this principle. Today, however, we have a great weight of both legislation and administrative regulations. Even our judges have become lawmakers themselves, assuming that the supposed “law” of evolution applies to the Constitution itself, adapting it to our “evolving” social policies.

    The law of evolution is, of course, a pure fabrication, but there is indeed a higher law than even that of the Constitution. The founding fathers called it “the law of nature and of nature’s God,” or “the laws of divine providence.” Studies of English jurisprudence (as codified particularly in the works of Blackstone and Rutherford) make it plain that the English common law was nothing more nor less than applied Biblical law. Our nation fundamentally was built on the framework of law established by the Creator in the Holy Scriptures and has been greatly blessed because of this.

    As a matter of fact, as our text shows, God’s system of laws was established not only before Moses’ time, but even before Abraham; and Abraham obeyed them. So did the ancient patriarch Job (note Job 23:12).

    The courts of our country, however, have now seen fit to ban even the Ten Commandments from the schools, and God’s laws are violated everywhere. Therefore, Christians have a greater responsibility now than ever before to do as our father Abraham did, obeying God’s voice and His charge, with His commandments, statutes, and laws.”

    http://www.icr.org/article/20528/

     
    • Jerry S

      April 9, 2013 at 5:31 PM

      @ >…..Abraham obeyed them. So did the ancient patriarch Job (note Job 23:12).
      ONE (Abraham) obeys here and ONE (Job) obeys there but the VAST majority disobey & they are everywhere & have been disobedient for thousands of years.I only see the vast majority increasing in number. BUT there IS a “little flock” that Yahshua says to have no fear. Fear not “little flock……….”

       
      • Adask

        April 9, 2013 at 11:28 PM

        Right on. Fear not “little flock”. This life is merely the beginning–not the end.

         
  11. Mvg-Avg

    April 10, 2013 at 9:07 AM

    Jerry, thanks for your offering a computer to me .I have had people I know offer me one in the past and declined,I even considered buying one but I like the distance I keep from the electronic serpent(a neccesary evil).

    You are very kind and generous to me and more than likely the people you love and care for in your close family circle benefit greatly from your generousity.

    Your offer to give something that would benefit me makes me grateful and although I decline ,I would like to offer something to you.May the Lord YHWH bless you and keep and may His face shine upon you.I n these latter days if He considers you worthy I pray He pours out the Latter Rain upon you and those you love.

    I don’t see much on the internet or in my dealings in the land of the living of others asking the most High for blessings often enough, so my goal today is to keep you, Jerry in my suplications to The Most High today.
    thanks again

     
  12. Jerry S

    April 10, 2013 at 11:06 AM

    Mvg-Avg
    April 10, 2013 at 9:07 AM
    You are most welcome. I do not like to “offer alms” publicly but did not know how to do it otherwise. Thank you for your precious offer.I do ask for your intercession for me, but I need to let you know that I do not consider myself worthy. The truth is, I am not worthy. Hopefully, I might be later.I am trying but I do know that sometimes our best isn’t quite good enough.Still, I love winners when they cry AND losers when they try. And, Mvg-Avg, I love you too. (<Tom T.Hall)

    I discovered a website that is "intriguing" called "Hope of Israel."

    I don't think I could read & study all of their articles,etc., if I lived another 50 years.This is the sad aspect..I have concluded that IF I knew WHO those are today that "sit in Moses seat" i.e. as Christ mentioned, but don't do after their ways, this would be of tremendous help. Then again, I wonder if Christ would say the same thing today. Matthew 23:2. At least I would know what & when to "observe" that which is required. But how a day begins other than in the morning is beyond me. If a day begins at Noon, what are the approximately 6 hours before that? If a day begins in the evening what are the approx. 12 hours of light before that? It's as tho it is counted for naught. Still, I think if I was worthy to know, I would know. If something does not make sense to me, I cannot sink my teeth into it as being true even if it is. I'm no different than anyone else in this sense.Thanks again,Mvg-Avg

     
    • messianicdruid

      April 11, 2013 at 12:57 PM

      “This is the sad aspect..I have concluded that IF I knew WHO those are today that “sit in Moses seat” i.e. as Christ mentioned, but don’t do after their ways, this would be of tremendous help.”

      ask and ye shall receive:

      http://www.gods-kingdom-ministries.net/teachings/books/the-struggle-for-the-birthright/

       
      • Jerry S

        April 11, 2013 at 3:27 PM

        messianicdruid,
        Thank you sincerely for the link. I WILL “check it out.” In fact,I just brought it up a minute ago & was reading,The Law of Stumblingblocks. Am going back to that after this comment.Thank you again. I thought those today who “might” be sitting in Moses seat would be the “Rabbis.” As you know, only “YHWH” can make anything “holy.” My problem is,not knowing when a holy day starts & ends. As I said before,> But how a day begins other than in the morning is beyond me. If a day begins at Noon, what are/were the approximately 6 hours before that? If a day begins in the evening what are the approximate 12 hours of light before that? It’s as tho it is counted for naught or did not exist. How does a day “start” in the evening at sunset when 12 hours have passed for the day to arrive at sunset? We cannot “keep” anything holy if we don’t know when it starts & ends. We may be able to “observe or keep” PART of it holy but that’s all. Anymore, rather than going on what “others say” I HAVE to search more deeply MYSELF into understanding who is who & what is what. I know this, they cannot all be right when one says this & the other says, NO, it’s this way & then another says NO you are both wrong & another says NONE of you are right and yet another gets up walks away shrugging his shoulders & shaking his head from left to right. Yet everyone present points that make sense. Going back now to,The Law of stumblingblocks.

         
  13. messianicdruid

    April 11, 2013 at 4:05 PM

    “If a day begins in the evening what are the approximate 12 hours of light before that?”

    Yesterday. Think of it this way: today ends at sunset. If you begin thinking of sunset as the beginning of the next day it is easier to put today’s mistakes behind you and it allows you to make good {better} plans for what lies ahead.

     
    • Jerry S

      April 11, 2013 at 7:42 PM

      To:messianicdruid

      Today’s 12 hours of light is yesterday?? I cannot grasp this. The Christ said there are 12 hours in the day & I firmly believe he was referring to the light portion. He did not say there are 12 hours in the yesterday although I believe there WERE 12 hours in the light portion of yesterday & the day before that & so on.

      I understand what you are saying Re: the evening & the morning & I have had this SAME understanding for so many years I forget how far back it goes. BUT, after Mvg-Avg brought this “Solar Calendar” to my attention, I am now unsure of this long held belief & here is why

      Matthew 28:1 > At the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week,came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the sepulcher. … ; < King James Bible with Strong's Numbers; And,

      Now late on the sabbath day, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week,….. < American Standard Version

      AND in the end of the sabbath, when it began to dawn towards the first day of the week, < Douay-Rheims Bible, and,

      In the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn towards the first day of the week, < Webster Bible Translation

      After the day of worship, as the sun rose Sunday morning, When I lie down, I say,’When shall I arise, and the night be gone?’ I toss and turn until the dawning of the day.

      Anyway, Thanks again, & don’t give up on me.

       
    • Jerry S

      April 11, 2013 at 8:05 PM

      messianicdruid
      My last comment did not post correctly in he last section

      After the day of worship, as the sun rose Sunday morning, < God's Word Translation

      When I lie down, I say,’When shall I arise, and the night be gone?’ I toss and turn until the dawning of the day. < This verse is in Job, but I forget exactly where

       
  14. messianicdruid

    April 12, 2013 at 8:21 PM

    I think “day” is to day & night as “man” is to man & woman. The part of the day that has no light is night, and the part of the man that has no might is woman. The weaker sex, the darker day.

    Last night, right after sunset, I saw the slimest sliver of new month {moon} ever. The lesser light that rules the night marks the month. It sets later and fuller for fourteen nights, then its like day at night.

     
  15. messianicdruid

    April 13, 2013 at 7:29 AM

    History follows the same pattern. Much darkness early then the dawning of light. The moon’s rise and set alleviates some darkness {ignorance} until the Sun is revealed.

     
    • Jerry S

      April 13, 2013 at 11:32 AM

      messianicdruid

      Thanks for continuing to respond. Please believe me,I am not playing mind games. I have believed for around 35 years that the 7th day Sabbath begins at sunset Friday evening & is over at sunset Saturday evening. At this moment, I am still thinking that I am IN the last 12 hours portion of the 7th day Sabbath because today is Saturday at about 10:20 am.

      @ > Matthew 28:1 > At the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week,….”

      The above scripture as many others written the same way “seem” to be saying that the 7th day Sabbath is ending right before the sun is rising which is/will be the “light portion” of the 1st day of the week (Sunday). Otherwise, IF the first day of the week BEGAN at sunset the previous evening, how can it be the end of the Sabbath,”as it began to DAWN toward the first day of the week” as the sun is rising 12 hours later? The only way this would make sense to me IS IF dawning toward the 1st day of the week means as the sun is setting & not rising. It cannot be the end of the Sabbath 12 hours later as the Sun is “dawning” toward the 1st day of the week,that is,if dawning means the same as rising,can it? In other words, when it says, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week,….”, approximately 12 hours have already passed OF & IN the 1st day of the week because the 1st day of the week BEGAN at sunset 12 hours EARLIER. To say we are at or in the END of something after it ended 12 hours ago does not compute.The way we start & end a day means, this,then, when “God” said,’let there be light” means let the evening begin a new day or let there be light beginning in the evening at sunset, and this does not compute either.Here is another thing. IF the day BEGINS in the evening at sunset, why does the scriptures say the 10th day of the 7th month is “Atonement” but afflict your souls in the evening of the 9th day IF the evening is the “beginning” of a “new” day? Leviticus 23: verses 27-32. This would make sense if a day has both A beginning AND an ending “evening.” But we are taught that the evening is the beginning of a new day & the following/next evening is the beginning of another “new day.” Confusion begets confusion.

       
  16. mvg-avg

    April 16, 2013 at 3:57 PM

    Jerry S., when I say a prayer for anyone I always my use my prayer filter ,I ask the Lord if I am in error in praying for someone I ask Him to consider it in keeping with 2 chron 19:2 “Should you help the wicked and love those who hate the Lord and so bring wrath on yourself from the Lord”. Not sure where anyone truly stands on the other side of this BOX here ,so I leave it to the Lord to determine if the supplication goes through .

     

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