We’re Here!: Freedom Is Just A Generation Away From Extinction

Is it just me, or does it seem as though very few people truly want to be free? Not just in America, but in the countries of Europe as well.  More and more people seemingly want to be ruled and governed by someone or something else, surrender personal responsibility, and allowing someone or something else to determine their success or failure, willfully surrendering their freedoms and liberties.

In 1993 28 nations of Europe literally erased their national borders and identity to become a superstate, the European Union, headquartered in Brussels, by which 19 nations surrendered their national currencies to be under one monetary system, the Euro. But the shot that rung out throughout the European continent on June 23 was that a majority of British Citizens still stubbornly cling to the notion of Britons determing the lives, the destiny, and the politics of Briton, and not some faceless unelected group of politicians thousands of miles beyond the English Channel.

But, the real story is the most troubling. The division amongst those of the British older generation and that of the youth, and those with a formal education and those without, was laid bare for all the world to see1. The younger generation, those under 60 y/o particularly, and those with at least a formal university level education greatly favored to remain having their lives and politics being ruled by a government centered in Brussels, as opposed to those who wanted to regain British independence from European dictates.

I believe that a very similar production of events is set to play out here in America in just a couple of months with the U.S Presidential elections, but with more dire ramifications for the world, no matter the outcome. The presumptive Republican nominee has unapologetically tapped into an emotionally charged mantra, “Make America Great Again.” Alluding to a vow to return the country to the glory of some 60 years past, when the United States and America were in their prime and dominance – politically socially, economically, and internationally. Just as with the Pro-Brexiters, Trump’s main campaign pillar is to stop in the flood of unassimilated low skilled and low educated immigrants into the country that is not being voted on locally, but being dictated by the central government in D.C onto the several states.  And so too, as with Briton, those who are supporting Trump’s message are those over 45 and 60 y/o and without a formal university education2.

But, I believe that the U.S elections have less to do with the two main actors than the audience and supporters that they garner, and future of the ideal of freedom, both as a nation and as individual citizens. Neither candidate is promising less government. Neither candidate subscribes to strict Constitutional principles nor interpretation. Lease of the two is Mrs. Hillary Clinton, the Democrat nominee. She blatantly wants the federal seat to dictate and govern the lives of Americans and U.S Citizens and grotesquely expand the size and reach of the government. Whereas Mr. Trump just believes his version of an over-baring federal government will be better.

The concerning point of both of these pivotal events to me is that no one seems to care that the majority of the youth of the two nations that were founded upon and greatly influenced by the Magna Carta, Great Briton and the United States of America, respectively, a fundamental document protecting the rights and liberties of the individual against the power of the absolute king, or government. A youth population that apparently sees no problem with giving the king, i.e. the government, absolute power over their lives again, in fact they are begging for it.

Former president Ronald Reagan prophetically stated, “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream.”

Due to 60 plus years of federal governmental indoctrination via the it’s control of the nation’s educational systems, in both England and America, has developed in the minds of those without any true reference nor reverence of a time of a less imposing central government influence and a time in which individualism and self-rule were proud and indistinguishable traits of both nation’s people, but in particular for America, the notion that government is good and bigger government is better.  There used to be a time that the very word socialism or communism were repugnant to Americans consciousness without reservation.  But in a recent Gallup Poll, astonishingly 55% of Americans between 18 and 29 y/o favored socialism3. But yet, that same group has a largely favorable view of capitalism, entrepreneurism, free enterprise, and small business; all of which greatly struggles, or dies, under a socialist economic system. As evidenced by the fact that America is less than 300 y/o, founded on capitalism and entrepreneurism, has been out performing economically the whole of Europe, whose societies have been in existence for centuries. It is the belief that Europe could better economically compete with America if they joined into one superstate was the main mantra for the creation of the European Union in the first place. How is that working for them?

But what may not be so surprising is that when a “Millennial” [those born around 1980] is asked to define socialism, they can’t4. The U.S government education system does not teach the differences of the world’s economic system, capitalism, socialism, and communism, as it once did. It certainly doesn’t teach of the superiority of American capitalism over any other economic system.  So is it not the fault of the parents in particular, and those of us who are 40 y/o and older who have willingly abnegated our responsibility to teach the children the differences? I say very much so.

Reagan said it right, freedom is not passed through the bloodstream. It is taught. It cannot be defended nor keep without knowing and understanding the difference between freedom and servitude; Just as a young lion has to be taught the differences between a gazelle and a hyena. And also just as Mr. Reagan most correctly stated regarding freedom, “It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.”

The reason that it seems as though so many of the younger generation, as well as the old, in Briton and more importantly here in America, and that we have reached the point that we have lost reverence for the very ideal of freedom and personal liberty, both young and old, is because we have lost the true knowledge of what being free actually is.  My question is, if we as the older generation cannot, or won’t, teach the younger generation what freedom is, in the country that made the word freedom into an action verb and a noun for the world to aspire to, and men and women have giving their lives for the sake of it, then who will future historians blame?








The American and European Border Crisis: The Alinsky-Piven Strategy Threatens Christendom Strongholds


A 2005 article reported  on Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven, Columbia University sociologists, author a book in 1966 called “The Weight of the Poor: A Strategy to End Poverty”, later referred to as the Cloward-Piven Strategy. In the article  Cloward and Piven describes how to transform a capitalist world into a socialist world, stating, “Rather than placating the poor with government hand-outs,, activists should work to sabotage and destroy the welfare system; the collapse of the welfare state would ignite a political and financial crisis that would rock the nation; poor people would rise in revolt; only then would “the rest of society” accept their demands. They believed that if capitalist governments were “pressed to honor every word of every law and statute, every Judeo-Christian moral tenet, and every implicit promise of the liberal social contract, human agencies inevitably fall short. The system’s failure to “live up” to its rule book can then be used to discredit it altogether, and to replace the capitalist “rule book” with a socialist one.” What “rule book” are they referring to? These two were heavily inspired by another 1960’s leftist radical, Saul Alinsky, author of Rules for Radicals. In his book under “Rule 7 “Tactics”- How the “Have-Nots” can take power away from “the Haves.” “Tactics #4 “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules. You can kill them with this, for they can no more obey their own rules than the Christian church can live up to Christianity.”

And just what is the tenet of Christendom that can arguably be its achilles heel? Our devotion to charity, aiding our neighbor in need. America, for example, has the Judeo-Christian Bible as a template for it’s founding documents and is the most charitable nation on the planet ten times over. A few of the tenets of the Bible are: “Feed the hungry! Help those in trouble! Then your light will shine out from the darkness, and the darkness around you shall be as bright as day. And the Lord will guide you continually, and satisfy you with all good things, and keep you healthy too; and you will be like a well-watered garden, like an ever-flowing spring. (Isaiah 58:10-11) and “Whoever has two coats must share with anyone who has none; and whoever has food must do likewise.” (Luke 3:10-11)

Even the most casual observer who is witnessing what is occurring on the southern border of America and the southern borders of the continent of Europe, with the unprecedented flood of immigrants literally erasing the concept of borders, can see that it is these such tenets that are being unmercifully abused.

The existence of Mexico and Latin America to the south of America is nothing new. Nor is the existence of the nations of Northern Africa, such as Syria, Libya, and Sudan, being south of Europe. There has been trade and people immigrating [LEGALLY] between the countries for generations upon generations. But someone seems to have whispered in the ears of the region’s of Latin America and Northern Africa poorest poor  and  disenfranchised amongst them that they have a right to immigrate to the most prosperous nations of the West just because they are in need to do so. Rather someone is enticing them. Whether their “hardship” is due to war or drug violence, famine, or just because they want a better life for themselves and or their family, someone has told them that they now have the right to a life in the West. It is arguably not a “refugee” issue, particularly as it relates the Mexican and Latin Americans pouring into America by any means available.  It’s just a mass number of people, mostly young,  wanting a better life – in nations that so happen have generous welfare programs, like the U.S, Sweden, and Germany – being encouraged to leave their homes to be transplanted in the West.  Never mind that every western country is already under water in debt.

The mass increase in foreign young people, of different cultures, customs, and very different religions, largely unscreened for self-sustainability, health issues, and are not encouraged to assimilate into the dominate culture.  The host nation’s culture and customs are being surrendered.  This is a recipe for disaster for the host nation.

Are we to believe that all of this disruption on two continents, nearly simultaneously, is happening strictly organically, independently, and by coincidence? Really?  Then why not go to a nation of similar culture and religion that are wealthy, like Brazil, Saudi Arabia, or the UAE?  Someone is giving them marching orders with instructions on what foot lead of with, what direction to go, and what to say and do upon their arrival to destination.

As evidence of severity of the orchestrated crisis in the States.

  • In March of 2014 reported the U.S had more illegal immigrants than citizens who were unemployed-approx. 12 million.
  • on September 4,2015 reported, that illegal and illegal immigrants in
    America use more welfare benefits than those native-born citizens, as of 2012. While a 2014 report by reported that nearly 35% of U.S Citizens were already on the government dole in the same year [approx. 109,631,000]
  • September article in, reported, “More than 90 percent of recent refugees from Middle Eastern nations are on food stamps and nearly 70 percent receive cash assistance, according to government data.” And Mr. O wants to bring an additional 70,000 this yr, to approx. a ridiculous 100,000 Syrian, i.e., the middle east, by 2017. [According to a September report.] Good thing he won’t be around that long. Hopefully!
  • A July 2014 reported, U.N agents were handling the “refugees” at the U.S southern borders. Allowing them [gang members] to come into the U.S. The designation of refugee rather than immigrant applies international accords above national law. Isn’t it interesting that no one is any longer immigrant, but a refugee? Who was it to tell them of the that trick?

Even a couple of Congressmen have recognized the Piven trademark in the Obama Administration’s handling of the Mexican illegal immigration crisis. In a June 2014 article of, “I do feel this attempt to flood the border with illegals is a playing out of the Cloward-Piven theory,” said Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa. Rep. Steve Stockman, R-Texas, agreed that Obama – who studied the chaos strategy at Columbia, according to a classmate – “is trying to do a Cloward-Piven thing with the border.”… “they believe the flooding of America’s Southwest border with thousands of illegal-alien children seeking government handouts and citizenship is the intended outcome of policies by the Obama administration derived from a strategy by radical sociologists to transform America into a socialist state.”

Over the oceans the scene is eerily similar.

  • After decades of worry-free borders, the E.U is in a crisis due over 5-7+ thousands “migrants” pouring through the Hungarian and Austrian southern borders….daily. Reports September 15.
  • reported in July, that the E.U “refugee” crisis could cost Germany alone over $11 billion by years end.
  • In a September report in “Five men have been arrested as they attempted to cross the Bulgarian-Macedonian border with decapitation videos and Islamic State propaganda on their phones.”

There is one rule in the Bible that may save the Christian nations, just as it has made America unpopular to the lazy-minded for some 200 years, before socialism became so P.C; For even when we were with you, we gave you this rule: “The one who is unwilling to work shall not eat.”; “We hear that some among you are idle and disruptive. They are not busy; they are busybodies”; “Such people we command and urge in the Lord Jesus Christ to settle down and earn the food they eat.” 2 Thessalonians 3:10-12.  Americans of today, as well as the people of Christian Europe, have been given a covenant/inheritance founded on the principles of one reaping the harvest that he sows. The principles of people such as Pivens and Alinsky are of taking from the so-called “haves” and given to the “have nots”, either by depiction or by force.  Just as another famous socialist/communist, Karl Marx, who professed that one was entitled to the property/wealth of another simply due his need from those based on their ability/degree of give.  In America particularly, one is not expected to feast of a meal that has been prepared for another without earning the right to do so, or being granted permission from preparer.  Our prosperity has not come by happenstance.  But by Divine Providence and a steadfast belief in our Christian principles. Our values and principles are not to be shunned nor ashamed of.  The seeds of the field of Christendom has fed us all to become fat, lazy, and content.   The reality that today nations whose ancestry failed to prepare them a table grounded on similar principles is a harsh vision of whose principles are more lasting and superior.  But, we in America and the West who have feasted long on the meal prepared by our forefathers are in grave danger of surrendering their table and all that was placed before them due to our lack of reverence and appreciation for what we have and the knowledge of our forefathers sacrifices to bestow this extraordinary remarkable table for their posterity.  At the end the day, we chose our future and that of our nation.