“Well past time for Americans to show their true colors, re-embrace the self-evident truths of the Declaration of Independence and the principles, ideals of the Constitution. The Bill of Rights needs to be brought down from the shelves and dusted off” By Dennis Jamison
This day of remembrance arrives in the aftermath of the second election season in which evidence indicates irregularities and manipulation of our electoral process. The multiple cracks in the system are being repaired by coating over the cracks with the thin veneer of deniability or accusations of conspiracy theories. Pale-faced political pundits with no respect for the Bill of Rights attempt to hide what they know to be true – there are many enemies to the Bill of Rights because there is waning belief in a system of government based upon God-given rights – because there is waning belief in God and Heaven’s righteous judgment.
The first ten amendments to the Constitution, known as the Bill of Rights, are sadly not recognized by a number of Americans today. They were ratified on December 15, 1791, and were instituted as the foundation strives to protect the most basic rights of American citizens. Yet, most Americans do not know these protections of such rights like freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, right to bear arms, the right to peaceful protest (redress of harm to citizens), and those protections against unreasonable searches and seizures. In the past few decades, Americans have been witnessing the slow erosion and eradication of those fundamental freedoms brought about by our government itself – in many cases, no matter which political party prevailed in the elections.
The government, for those paying attention with a proper sense of evaluation, is no longer one of the people, by the people, and for the people. It is a government of the political party elites, by political party leadership, and for the sake of perpetuating government control over the people. Those paying attention and who understand are in a unique situation to do more than just whine and # about the deliberate eradication of those fundamental freedoms. It is extremely easy to #, whine and whimper about the attacks upon our freedoms – like spectators at sporting events heckling or yelling at the players or those officiating the event. It is quite another effort that is required of those paying attention to actually take action, by awakening and arising and investing tears, sweat, and possibly even blood to generate actions that will bring about positive changes, and to right the wrongs.