The recent push, by the federal government to banish God from the public square, and from our schools, is an attempt by the oligarchy to redirect faith, from God, to the government. When there are natural disasters, such as hurricanes, tornadoes, etc, people look around and say, where's FEMA, where is the President? Where is our federal money to rebuild? What happend to communities, churches, non profit groups that offer assistance in an event, where persons and supplies are needed. If they can get the public to run to uncle sam when they are in trouble, or just down on their luck, they can create a dependent class that cannot function without tax payer funded handouts. The Constitution, does not give or grant rights to we the people. It merely acknowledges the existence of our rights, that have been with us since the beginning of time. The Constitution is the foundation for our system of government, one that encourages the individual, and gives incentive to create and thrive. The American experiment, as it has been called, is responsible for creating the highest standard of living, in the history of mankind. A government that is pro liberty, and that encourages success, and empowers the individual. This experiment came into existence, through divine providence. The founders were men of God, and the US Congress was responsible for printing the first english Bibles in America.
Our elected officials, local, state, and federal, take an oath, and swear on a Bible to uphold the Constitution, and every day, we see these so called elected "representitives" shred our founding documents, and give a one finger salute to God, our creator. These people are a disgrace, but we must keep in mind, that we have the power to show them the door. We must stay informed, and be aware of our government's tendency to deceive, and the release of propaganda that exists only with a complicit media, and a machine of intimidation, that is Orwellian in its operation, and is so far reaching, that no one is exempt from its unlawful intrusion. We must bring God back into our schools, our public square, and our everyday lives, in order to bring back the peace and prosperity that was once the norm in this great country.