by Gunnery Sergeant John McClain, USMC, Retired
Very few Nations have ever been established with careful deliberation, a chosen committee, the wisest sent to attend, with the finished product sent around for The People to read, consider and approve or disapprove of, but doing such is the singular way of establishing a nation on principles common to all, and a rule of law which is in keeping with the society’s principles. Such Nations prosper while the rule of law stands, and they are subject to failure when it is no longer in force.
Our nation is falling and many of my friends ask why I write. They agree with me to the point we are equally preparing for the future, but I am asked, “It’s all going to go down anyway, you won’t change it by speaking out or up, why”? I don’t get this question from acquaintances; they tend to be acquired because of what I say in public, and what I write.
I am also confronted by those who consider me a bit loony, they being far more concerned about our Nation floundering while we square away our problems, and suggest that is far greater a danger than what we face in the world. Those are who I speak to, and who get it, or walk away shaking their heads.
I say we must rise because we have broken from our foundation and we no longer are the republic. We no longer stand on principle, and our government has become the empire we won our independence from. Friends know this, and don’t believe those who don’t can ever be won over. Those who walk away from me often know I’m dead on target because they are among those working to continue our destruction.
I write and speak because I believe the greatest impediment to our fixing it is the fact our press has become a complete moral enemy of our Nation, and if people will see what the bottom line is, many will choose to follow our forefathers, and choose “the animated contest for our liberty and our rights”.
We are divided in a large part because of the deliberate action of the press, in moving the communist agenda forward. We’ve been fed all our lives “the press is the fourth estate” and we accept it as “The Watchdog” even as we watch it eat the meat the government hands them, licks their hand, and snarls at us for asking a question.
We fight for civil rights, even though the only rights we ever had were natural rights, but letting everyone live under the same set of rights allows us to stick together. We fight for religious freedom, we fight against those demanding we allow our form of society be discarded out of hand, and calling us bigots for holding on to truths which remain from millennia past.
There are a hundred and more avenues of attack on our form of society, and it is so for just one purpose: to disabuse us of the notion “the rule of law” provides the equality of opportunity all can use to make the most of ourselves, and bring us to believe the force of government is the only thing which can give us equality of outcome.
As I look at America, the sole value which established our unique position in the world, made us a “model society” studied for half a century, and the example for many other Nations, the singular thing we did, was form our government under the rule of law.
Every advantage, every bit of progress we have made beyond others, ever bit of expanse we have behind us, is entirely due to the constraint the rule of law put on government, preventing it from expending all our National wealth. The wealth earned by citizens producing things people the world over wanted. The “rule of law” allowed that wealth be invested by citizens in their own farms, shops, businesses of every sort, and kept it from ever reaching the hands of the bankers.
The work to de-construct our Nation began while the continental congress was in session, and it has never slowed. Evidence of design for Empire rather than republic was present in the congress, and roundly thrown down. In spite of our best principles, and the best intents of most Citizens, our government has been grown and expanded to fulfill the desires of political despots, and no longer heeds any law.
When the founders established our National Creed, declaring it in our Declaration of Independence, they established how our nation must govern to be true to principle. When they wrote a rule of law to constitute our government, every aspect of that was focused on assuring the government had the means to accomplish its purpose, and there was law to constrain it to exactly that, and allow no assumption of power.
It has been more than a century since the U.S. Constitution has been used to define our form, size and purpose for government. Every bit of substantial change has been in direct defiance of our “rule of law” and just as we never could imagine altering the ways of King George and the British Empire, we can not reasonably expect to “return the central government back under the Constitution”.
I call for Americans to Stand up demanding our government stop, and demand it begin an accounting for its self. Every warrior who fought in Korea knew exactly why we made no headway, and we remain in occupation. Every warrior who fought in Vietnam knows that exact truth. We cannot fix our government using the ways and means which were used to destroy it, no more than we can win a war stopping at the corner because we aren’t allowed to cross the street.
America rose in a stellar fashion because our principles are right, our rule of law simple and in full consonance with those principles. This “ease” stands in the way of those who would steal all by confusion, dissembling, using fast talk and sleight of hand, replacing money with paper, value with numbers, and walk away with all the profit, leaving only paper for what they have taken. The sole reason for the complexity of government is to keep us from ruling it, giving its rule to those who enjoy rule.
When the facts are laid out, when history is fully considered, we have only this choice: take dramatic action, and restore “the rule of law” which puts Sovereign Citizens ruling, or we can allow those who rule today to continue, and we can watch the end of this Nation and the rise of world government.
Copyright June 14th, 2012 by Gulf1