My last article may have sounded like I was giving up. Not so…I had planned on taking more time away from writing to spend with my family. But my wife told me today to go write something if I wanted, she had something she wanted to do, and I would have been in her way if I tried to help. So, this is the end result… Ought to certainly make me some enemies…especially at work.
Samuel Adams once said, “It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people‘s minds.” Let’s talk abut the for a moment, shall we? When one speaks of prevailing, it is to be concluded that there is some sort of conflict, two sides in opposition, as to prevail you must be battling against something.
But, how do you battle something you cannot see, something that you cannot name, something so utterly evil that it defies description? That is the battle in which I currently find myself.
I have been doing a lot of soul searching these past few weeks, and I have come to the realization that I am akin to a lone man, standing at the bottom of a mountain, trying to stop an avalanche.
You see, unlike man, pure evil does not tire, and it does not rest. That is what those of us who spend countless hour writing are up against, pure evil. There is a passage in the book The Fountainhead, which comes very close to explaining how I feel. It states, “But I know that the terror exists. I know the kind of terror it is. You can’t conceive of that thing. Listen, what’s the most horrible experience you can imagine? To me- it’s being left, unarmored, in a sealed cell with a drooling beast of prey or a maniac who’s had some disease that’s eating his brain out. You’d have nothing then but your voice–your voice and your thought. You’d scream to that creature why it should not touch you, you’d have the eloquent words, the unanswerable words, you’d become the vessel of the absolute truth. And you’d see living eyes watching you and you’d know that the thing can’t hear you, that it cant be reached, nor reached, not in any way, yet it’s breathing and moving there before you with a purpose of its own. That’s horror. Well, that’s what hanging over the world, prowling somewhere through mankind, that same thing. Something closed, mindless, utterly wanton, but something with an aim and a cunning of its own. I don’t think I’m a coward, but I’m afraid of it. And that’s all I know–only that it exists.”
Our country was founded upon the principle that all men were created equal, as stated in our Declaration of Independence. Freedom and liberty is our birthright, handed down to us through toil, blood, and much sacrifice by a small group of men who lived, and died so that we could be called freemen.
The concept of being free is something that is abhorrent to some, and particularly to those whose minds have been corrupted by evil. The thought that men were created equal has been misconstrued to mean that all mean deserve equality in all things.
Ben Franklin once said, “The Constitution only gives people the right to pursue happiness. You have to catch it yourself.” In all the research I have done I have yet to find one instance in which it was stated that it is the obligation of society, or that of an individual, to ensure that their fellow citizens share equally in the fruits of their labor.
That my friends is not the principle upon which our country was founded upon. Each man was free to pursue their own happiness, but nothing in our Constitution guaranteed their success. For the government to assume the role of guardian and protector of all who do not achieve the same level of success in life would have been so repulsive to our founders that if they knew it would have come to this, they would never have ratified the Constitution.
So, how did we get to where we are today? If you will forgive me for once again quoting from a piece of fiction, I would like to once again use a passage from the Fountainhead to try to explain how our nation got to this point.
In The Fountainhead there is a character named Ellsworth Toohey, who is the architect behind the character assassination on one Howard Roark. At one point in the book Toohey gives the following oration, “Really, you know, I’ve done very little when you consider the extent of what followed. Don’t you find it interesting to see a huge complicated piece of machine, such as our society, all levers and belts and interlocking gears, the kind that looks as if one would need an army to operate it- and you find that by pressing your little finger against one spot, the one vital spot, the center of all its gravity, you can make the thing crumble into a worthless heap of scrap iron? It can be done, my dear. But it takes a long time. It takes centuries. I have the advantage off many experts who came before me. I think I shall be the last and the successful one of the line, because- though not abler than they were – I see more clearly what we’re after.”
In The Fountainhead, Toohey is evil manifested in human form, in that he exists solely to destroy all that is good in people. Just as in the book there are those among us today whose sole intent is destroying all that is good in this country. And, just as in the book, those among us whose goal it is to destroy all that is good have had centuries to learn from the mistakes of others.
Some call this evil the Illuminati, others call it the elites, while yet others call it communism. I prefer to simply call it evil because its goal is to reduce me to slavery with its legions as my masters. Daniel Webster once said, “There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters.”
Our government has the audacity to say that, “The Federal Government was established by the Constitution to provide services to the public. While these services vary considerably, all are designed to improve the lives of the United States population, as well as people around the world.” This quote was taken directly from the U.S. Dept. of Labor’s webpage at http://www.bls.gov/oco/cg/cgs041.htm
The truth is that our government was established so that those whom we elect would be our servants, not our masters. Now they dictate to us, by unconstitutional laws, executive orders, and governmental policies, what we can and cannot do in nearly every aspect of your life. They have numerous agencies, whose sole purpose is to enforce these usurpations of power, that our founders must be hanging their heads in utter shame at what we‘ve allowed to happen in this country. Now if that is what you call freedom I would hate to see what you call servitude!
This evil that would see our country destroyed has been plotting our destruction for a very long time, decades, if not longer. They have said so themselves. David Rockefeller himself stated, “We are grateful to the Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years.”
He continued by saying, “It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries.”
The news media has not reported on this because they have been bought out by these same people with plans for global domination. We would not have recognized the signs because our public education system has not produced a society that is capable of discerning the truth…even if it were presented to them on a silver platter.
We have been taught to believe that societies needs come before those of the individual. We have been taught that all men are equal, and therefore deserve an equal chance in life…even at the expense of others.
The best example I can use to prove this, and this is going to make me a whole bunch of enemies, are labor unions. Did you know that labor unions only comprise 17% of the nations workforce, and their members only 9% of the entire nations population? Labor unions may have served a purpose, but today they are a potent lobbying force, having a great deal of influence when it comes to determining policy within the DNC.
I, unfortunately, am a member of a union, the Teamsters to be exact. I have seen firsthand the effects labor unions have upon a workplace. I see how people who perform entry level tasks at sub-par levels are qualified, then given the opportunity to advance through the bidding process. You end up with people who cannot perform their jobs, and production suffers due to their incompetence.
If it weren’t for my strong work ethics, I myself would have just said screw it, why bother doing a good job when nobody else seems to care. I have been an employee at this facility for six years now, and I have been told by some, that I am the best at my job. That is irrelevant really. What matters is that I have six years seniority over someone fresh off the street. They come in, get trained, don’t do their job at the same level as I do, but they make the same money as I do. There is not motivation to excel in a union environment.
The unions protect the dead weight just as equally as they protect the good workers. They believe that all workers under their umbrella of protection deserve to keep their job, and they flex their muscles mightily, forcing companies to take back workers that deserved to be terminated.
J.B. Williams wrote a very interesting article regarding the unions, it can be found at http://www.newswithviews.com/JBWilliams/williams108.htm
To quote Mr. Williams, “There are only 22 right to work states left in America. They are the most fiscally sound and individually prosperous states in our union. The 28 forced unionization states are the most bankrupt states in our nation.”
As stated, unfortunately do I not only belong to a union, I also live in one of those bankrupt states, California. I see firsthand the effects of the policies these evil men have put into place over my life, and the lives of my fellow Californians.
I have been asked to get more involved in the union process, even to the point of running for union office. I have given it a great deal of thought and I have concluded that I cannot participate willingly in something I hold to be destructive and evil. Sure they can take my dues every month, but aside from that I want nothing to do with the union. They are merely another arm of the beast that is strangling the life out of our freedom and our liberty…and therefore they are my enemy.
I may have just signed my own death warrant as far as having any friends were I work, but what is it George Washington said, “Associate yourself with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation. It is better be alone than in bad company.” I intend to stand by my principles, and my beliefs, no matter whether they ostracize me from my co-workers, my community, my state, and my nation. If I find myself in the position of being the last man standing who believes in the rights of the individual, over the rights of the government, so be it.
If that time comes, I will go to my grave knowing that I stood for something good, something worth fighting to preserve. I wish I could say the same for those who so willingly sacrificed their principles just so they might be accepted among men.