America is deep in the throes of a communist revolution. America is doomed unless citizens understand the principles that made America great in the first place – and reaffirm their commitment to those principles.
Without the vision of Judeo-Christian values and limited government and self rule as envisioned by America’s founding fathers, America never would have become great. If not for these foundational principles, America – and by extention, the world – would never have sparked the magnificent leap never seen before in history.
One does not have be religious to understand the importance of Judeo-Christian values. The founding fathers understood it, as well.
“all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among them are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness – that to secure these rights governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed ….”
While the America First agenda is important, it is not sustainable without the founding principles. Without the foundational principles, the American experiment will not last.
There was a time in the not-so-distant past when the unconstitutional actions of a certain president [Obama] and his administration motivated a massive grassroots awakening known as the Tea Party. This group of patriots manifested in different ways across the country. As time went on, it appeared to some bad actors that the group was ripe to be hijacked.
Those who sought to benefit from the Tea Party included the amnesty-friendly, Koch brothers-funded group Americans for Prosperity and the “alt-right”, a group of socialist-leaning thugs who attempted to use their influence to “redefine” conservatism.
As citizens are steered further and further away from the founding principles of America, the country will fall deeper into tyranny. Leaders of the freedom movement must understand the foundational concepts and inspire citizens to be hungry for the truth. Be wary of leaders who dismiss, or diminish the value of Judeo-Christian values and the power of limited government.