The Fate of The Free World

Dark Doink By Dark Doink, 30th Sep 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/242k5g6r/
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The battle that is being waged across our great land of the U.S. is not just a battle over our future, but over the fate of the free world. The liberty, property, and lives of our prosterity, and the world, rely on what we do in the coming months and years.

The Fate of The Free World

What is going on today is unlike anything that has happened before. Yes, there have been squabbles between liberals and conservatives over the meaning of the U.S. Constitution and the constitutionality of laws passed. However, with a socialist/communist president in the white house and a sycophant congress, our beloved country of freedom and opportunity may be forever lost to debt, communist schemes and government control.

I was not educated on the Constitution at a college, and I am not a student of law. Despite my lack of formal education, I have read the Constitution and a great deal about it. Right now I am working on "The Heritage Guide to the Constitution". It is an excellent book but it is not for the faint of heart. At over 400 pages long, I recommend it to anyone who has the urge or the time to read it.

What I have learned over the past few years is that our Constitutional government, created by our founding fathers, is the culmination of western political theory. Western government originating in Greece and other ancient civilizations, used and influenced by ancient Rome, made it's way into England and the Magna Carta of 1215, and found itself (almost) perfected by the founding of America and her Constitution. Man has fought for freedom ever since the dawn of time, and the fruits of every freedom loving man throughout history were finally realized at the birth of the United States.

This grand country of ours stands as a testimony of freedom to the whole world. As the first country in the history of mankind founded in freedom, just think what message would be sent to the rest of the world if we fell to socialism or communism and complete government control. It would say that freedom does not work. If we ever lose our freedom here, then all the people who died before America and for America will have died in vane.

A few centuries ago, if you didn't like a king or country, there was always the "new world" to escape to. Now humans have no other place to go. All the land on God's green earth is controlled by one government or another. There is no escaping tyranny anymore. Not until we make it to the Moon or Mars at least, and it doesn't look like that will happen anytime soon. We have to call it what it is, confront it, and stop it now.

Like it or not, we Americans are a special people chosen by God to stand as beacons of freedom for the rest of the world to see. Every decision we make and who we elect to our government affects the whole world. Our president and congress are in a sense the most powerful people in the world. They are supposed to reflect us. The decisions they make affect everyone else in the world either directly or indirectly. Remember that whenever you go to the voting booth, we as Americans represent the free world. The past, the present, and the future depend on us. In the words of Maximus from the movie "Gladiator", " What we do in life echoes in eternity."

Long Live States' Rights!

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I am a Catholic, American Constitutional Conservative. I love life, my church, my country, and my family and friends, which all I would defend untill my last breath.

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author avatar Denise O
1st Oct 2010 (#)

Well said and you get a Amen on that one.
I love our country as it has been known around the world, up until the mess we have now, trying to be pushed down our throats.
Thanks for sharing.
I can not wait for your Book to come out.

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author avatar Dark Doink
2nd Oct 2010 (#)

Lol, thanks for the input. I actually thought about writing a book but there are far more capable writers on here than I. Although just the "fate of the free world" would make for a good non-fiction book. Maybe I will ;-)

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author avatar D in The Darling
19th Dec 2010 (#)

Freedom is a fundamental right for every human being. Losing it is losing who you're and what you believe in. Every person is God's chosen to reflect the Good not Just America! Wrong concept( a fallacy) that has led America not to respect opinions of others. All got values whether America likes them or not. Culture plays a role in that and it makes sense to those that follow it. Nice article nevertheless. Your opinion is clear and strong! I'm following you for that!

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author avatar Dark Doink
20th Dec 2010 (#)

Dinthedarling, thanks for the follow. I understand what you mean when you say every person is chosen by God to reflect Him. That is without a doubt true. I was alluding to something else though. I apologize because sometimes I don't elaborate like I should in my writings. I'm still a begginer, lol. What I was getting at was that we are chosen by God to be leaders of the free world. That cannot be denied. It is only by Gods grace that we are born into a country that offers it's citizens so much opportunity. Don't get me wrong. I am no better than you or the man down the street, or the woman in China or the child in Nigeria. Everyone matters in this world, but everyones opinion on certain matters does not.
A communist commisar's opinion on the Declaration of Independence does not matter. As a Marylander, my opinion of Alaskan politics does not matter. But when I go to the voting booth however, my opinion matters. And there is no denying that. The representatives and leaders we elect change the world. I as an average American have more impact on the life of the average Nauruan than he has on me. It's not that I'm better than him, it's just a fact. When you look at the writings behind the Constitution, the reasons they made it the way it is, you realize that it wasn't something constructed for light or transient reasons. They looked at democracies and governments of the past. They knew world history and philosophy. They had legitimate reasons for everything they did. And the main reason for doing what they did was to prevent those in power from becoming tyrannical. So when this group of men sat down and constructed a government which gaurunteed more individual liberty than any other country before and since, I don't think other countries opinions matter when it comes to freedom.

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