What can one learn from the Obama debacle?
Of course, learning anything is moot at this point. America four years from now will be such a hell-hole that the current disastrous state of affairs will seem like the good old days.
Obama belongs to the crew who use freedom to destroy freedom, so expect things to go from bad to worse without intermission. America’s destiny is to hit bottom and never rise again. If you plan on sticking around, expect disaster.
It should be obvious that the people in society that need to be carried are not the ones to entrust with carrying the nation. Children shouldn’t vote – their parents carry them. Women shouldn’t vote – her husband carries her and can vote for both of them. Blacks shouldn’t vote – they were carried to the US as slaves and will ever remain in need of being carried. Hispanics shouldn’t vote – their sole desire it to carry themselves and their own kin.
People who don’t pay taxes shouldn’t vote, nor those who don’t own property. In fact, it is “attempted theft” when those subsisting on government handouts vote because they do so to plunder their neighbour’s wealth.
If voting was restricted to only literate, gainfully-employed, White-Men over 25-years of age who owned property, paid taxes, and didn’t have a criminal record: Then America would have never been destroyed.
U.S. Senators should have remained directly elected by their state legislators – because those men would have kept the federal government from stealing away state’s sovereignty, and would have restrained the power of the presidency – a power which has now grown into a tyrannical monstrosity.
The U.S. should have long ago barred all immigrants whose religion constrains them to be loyal in civic matters to foreign rulers or non-Christian holy books – - such as the Roman Catholics who must obey the Roman Curia and the Moslems who must obey sharia law.
A stable homogeneous society of Christian values would have been possible had the original settlers only drafted a Constitution that only permitted Christian (non-Catholic) Europeans to settle in America – and expelled everybody else. But we didn’t do that – we let everybody in and threw out Christianity and ethnic identity so that everybody would get along with everybody else. In so doing we became a new babylon: the Mystery Babylon.
In fact, in the retrospect of history it is clear that the rebellion from England was a big mistake. The 13 rebellious colonies threw off King George only to get a King George Washington – with taxes and regulations and ham-fisted central government tyranny that greatly exceeded what the grumblers and complainers whined about in the so-called “Declaration of Independence.”
It is fashionable in America to read their lofty words and imagine a grand human-designed society where “the People” freely decide all things for themselves. But that’s just superficial hype and imagination – such a purely democratic society is ridiculous, it can only descend without a godly leadership into a state of anarchy and bedlam. A “free society” is what the internet is without filters – a devil’s holiday, a lunatic asylum without doors or gates.
Had the American Colonies remained a part of Great Britain, we would have at least retained Christianity as the official religion, giving Jesus Christ, in some measure at least, the true recognition he deserves as King of kings and Lord of lords. As it stands, the U.S. Constitution actually prohibits the government from giving Christianity any privileged status – a provision that is more and more being interpreted literally as a bar against any recognition of God by the government.
Because of the amazing wealth and prosperity of the United States, its rebellion against authority, its destruction of nobility, its mingling of the races, and its godless secular humanism have banefully become very popular notions all around the globe.
“For all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, and the kings of the earth have committed fornication with her, and the merchants of the earth are waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies.” Revelation 18:3.
The bible’s form of government, a kingdom, was rejected by the founding fathers of America. They rebelled against their king, and thought they could make an “egalitarian” nation designed by their own human wisdom.
“In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes.” Judges 21:25.
The American Colonists rejected the King of England and acknowledgement of the supremacy of Christianity, to set forth their own Constitution, hoisting their nation up in words of monumental self-pride and foolishness – “We the People … do ordain and establish this Constitution” as if people were their own sovereigns.
The enterprise was built upon “people” – surely a foundation of sand.
And now behold, “... there is a sound of abundance of rain.“