Communism is Good

18 09 2012

I thought I would never say such a thing but Communism is good.  There is a qualification though.

The American Communist flag

Are you ready for the dictatorship of the Federal Government?

Communism is good for a society that has lost its way, is doomed as a free society and needs to be under dictatorial leadership.  Communism is good for the people that have become immoral, lazy, indolent, shiftless, dishonest and depraved. The dictatorship of the bureaus is here and getting bigger as our lazy and immoral numbers swell in America.

A great many of the population of the United States of America has been seduced into worshiping “The Church of The Almighty Federal Government.”  Many of us are not independent, freedom loving truth seekers.  A very high percentage of the population has been led to believe that they deserve something from their fellowmen for absolutely nothing, they just deserve it.

The recent Occupy Wall Street movement demonstrated their desire for Socialism and Communism and to destroy Capitalism.  The end result would be that the government controls and owns everything.  Right now we are a quasi-socialist republic.  We are not governed by a limited Federal government with the states and individuals retaining most of the rights anymore.

Since the recent Supreme Court decision regarding Obamacare in which Justice John Roberts allowed the usurpation of the Federal to mandate to individuals anything the Federal wants, we are now under a dictatorship of the Federal.  We are no longer free by yet another degree.  Technically, the Federal can dictate to a free man that he has to eat broccoli or suffer consequence from Federal authorities.

My point here is that if we as a society were paying attention, loving our neighbors, serving the God of Righteousness, we would not be in this mess.  We have gotten lazy, expecting a dole, a handout, a free lunch, and something for nothing.  There is always a trade-off for something.  We have been seduced by the infomercials of wicked congressmen.  We got our free trial.  Now the recurring payments are attached to our lives and the bill is coming due.

Mitt Romney is right.  He will not get votes from many seduced by the Federal Freebie gravy train.

John Adams said:

“…Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people.  It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”         A signer of the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights and our second President.

Benjamin Franklin said:

“Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.  Whereas true religion and good morals are the only solid foundations of public liberty and happiness . . .” Continental Congress, 1778

And … “They who would give up an essential liberty for temporary security, deserve neither liberty or security.”

Dwight Eisenhower said:

“Every step we take towards making the State our Caretaker of our lives, by that much we move toward making the State our Master.”

My question is, do you really want to “Fundamentally transform the United States of America?”

Obama has hired Communists and Marxists all around him and was raised by Marxists and hung out with them in college.  They are his buddies.  Van Jones is the only Communist that I know of who was removed when it was shown clearly that he is a Communist.  Van Jones was apparently one of the founders of the organization called STORM.  This organization expressed extreme sadness at the fall of the Soviet Socialist Republic and that China was not as hardline Communist as in times past.  Hard to believe that we elected a president that hires Marxists and Communists?

If we are seduced enough as a people and become the land of the Freebie’s and Home of the Depraved, then we have no other choice than to have Communist masters.  The lie is that it is better.  If and when the transformation is complete, we will have the hammer lowered upon our liberty and the sickle sever the freedom from our bones.

Be free and in that freedom, choose righteousness which is the only true happiness.

May we save ourselves from our lesser selves and may God Bless America as we change our unrighteous ways.





Radical Gardening

27 09 2011

My wife says I’m crazy.  I know I am.  I’m going to be a crazy radical gardener and more.

I remember when I was 4 years old working in the backyard garden with my family in New Zealand.

My parents didn’t know a thing about gardening and I wanted to help.  I grabbed a shovel and started digging.

At one point, I wanted to go deeper into the soil but didn’t have a body large enough to jump onto the shovel like my dad.  I wanted to go really deep into the dirt so I lifted the shovel up as high as I could and brought it down onto my right big toe.

My parents rushed me to a doctor to make sure there was no long-term damage.  The toe was fine after a few weeks.

My mother tells me I would always go out and ride on the tractor with the agricultural missionaries and play in the mud and dirt at every moment.

Before we left New Zealand, I planted some apple seeds.  I was about 5 years old and didn’t realize we were leaving the country soon so I didn’t get a chance to see the fruits of my labors.

In Arizona my father tried to grow a garden and didn’t know anything about growing in a harsh environment and stuck to trees and grass.

I had my biggest success in Oregon.  On the side of a hill I had a terraced strawberry patch, a traditional garden and some old fruit trees in the orchard.  Love fresh Bing cherries right off the tree.  In the summer we got a large salad bowl of strawberries every day.

I now live in Texas, north of Dallas.  Not the easiest growing environment.  It could be worse.  I have the bug to grow and produce as much as possible on our property.

Watch this video below and tell me if you would like to do something like what is on the video.  I plan on incorporating fish and ocean water into the mix at my place.  This is truly radical environmentalism.





Slavery

6 02 2011

“Whenever I hear anyone arguing for slavery, I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally”
— Abraham Lincoln

Could it be said any simpler?

Abraham Lincoln slavery quote





National Debt Just Under $14 Trillion

7 12 2010

We’ll fall short of my previous prediction (Don’t Look At This).  That was written almost 2 years ago.  The projection was that by the end of 2010, the national debt would reach 14.5 Trillion.  We will reach just under $14 Trillion.

The national debt ceiling is currently $14.3 Trillion.  In my humble opinion, it is Treason to raise the debt ceiling.  We are ready to implode and collapse as a country.  Take a look at Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Portugal and Spain.

It is Treason to raise the debt ceiling!

Those burying us in debt are traitors.  It does not matter what the political excuse is.  To put us collectively into slavery is treasonous and should be punishable by removal of office.  That goes for any Congressman, Executive, politician or bureaucrat perpetuating and growing the debt.  It should be zero.

The debt should be reduced by 3% compounded every year by statute.

Over 70 welfare programs including Medicare/Medicaid and Social Security are bleeding us to death.  We’re wiping out the sacrifice that patriots fought and died for.  Our freedom is being swallowed as we voluntarily surrender to slavery.  The current deal about to go down is another glut of spending by the Democrats and Republicans.

The Gross National Product is $14.4 Trillion per year currently.  If the debt goes above the GNP, serious implications will follow.  If we continue down the road of fiscal foolishness, our AAA national credit rating will be in jeopardy.  At this rate it will be in 2012 to 2016 that our treasury bonds will be less useful than toilet paper.

It is insanity to try to save people from the black hole of poverty when it will impoverish the whole nation.  Freedom is the only salvation from poverty.  Freedom is not free but the cost is much lower than collective slavery.

Where has individual independence gone?  Are we to become a nation of slaves and serfs?

Are we as a Nation going to climb the cliff or jump off?





China’s Greatest Peace Loving Freedom Writer, Liu Xiaobo

18 11 2010

Would you be willing to die for this?

In 2008, Liu Xiaobo and about 350 Chinese citizens signed Charter 08.  It seeks reforms in China to foster freedom and cease deadly repression.  For his efforts he was arrested along with other signers.  He is serving an 11 year term.  He was awarded and deserves the Nobel Peace Prize.  His wife has been under house arrest since his arrest.  His family has been questioned and is closely monitored.  The Communist Party is seeking to kill all knowledge of Charter 08.

Where do you think he and the brave 350 who signed this document got the ideas.  He was willing to sacrifice his life in the hopes that freedom breaks out.  What are we doing as a country about this travesty of justice and freedom, shopping at Walmart?

What would you do if you knew you may be arrested or killed if you signed a document like this.  Here are the main principles of Charter 08.  Does it look familiar to you?

Charter 08

Thus, in the spirit of responsible and constructive citizens, we put forth the following specific positions regarding various aspects of state administration, citizens’ rights and interests, and social development:

1. Constitutional Amendment: Based on the aforementioned values and concepts, amend the Constitution, deleting clauses in the current Constitution that are not in conformity with the principle that sovereignty resides in the people, so that the Constitution can truly become a document that guarantees human rights and allows for the exercise of public power, and become the enforceable supreme law that no individual, group, or party can violate, establishing the foundation of the legal authority for democratizing China.

2. Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances: Construct a modern government that separates powers and maintains checks and balances among them, that guarantees the separation of legislative, judicial, and executive powers. Establish the principle of statutory administration and responsible government to prevent excessive expansion of executive power; government should be responsible to taxpayers; establish the system of separation of powers and checks and balances between the central and local governments; the central power must be clearly defined and mandated by the Constitution, and
the localities must exercise full autonomy.

3. Legislative Democracy: Legislative bodies at all levels should be created through direct elections; maintain the principle of fairness and justice in making law; and implement legislative democracy.

4. Judicial Independence: The judiciary should transcend partisanship, be free from any interference, exercise judicial independence, and guarantee judicial fairness; it should establish a constitutional court and a system to investigate violations of the Constitution, and uphold the authority of the Constitution. Abolish as soon as possible the Party’s Committees of Political and Legislative Affairs at all levels that seriously endanger the country’s rule of law. Prevent private use of public instruments.

5. Public Use of Public Instruments: Bring the armed forces under state control. Military personnel should render loyalty to the Constitution and to the country. Political party organizations should withdraw from the armed forces; raise the professional standards of the armed forces. All public employees including the police should maintain political neutrality. Abolish discrimination in hiring of public employees based on party affiliation; there should be equality in hiring regardless of party affiliation.

6. Human Rights Guarantees: Guarantee human rights in earnest; protect human dignity. Set up a Commission on Human Rights, responsible to the highest organ of popular will, to prevent government abuse of public authority and violations of human rights, and, especially, to guarantee the personal freedom of citizens. No one shall suffer illegal arrest, detention, subpoena, interrogation, or punishment. Abolish the Reeducation-Through-Labor system.

7. Election of Public Officials: Fully implement the system of democratic elections to realize equal voting rights based on “one person, one vote.” Systematically and gradually implement direct elections of administrative heads at all levels. Regular elections based on free competition and citizen participation in elections for legal public office are inalienable basic human rights.

8. Urban-Rural Equality: Abolish the current urban-rural two-tier household registration system to realize the constitutional right of equality before the law for all citizens and guarantee the citizens’ right to move freely.

9. Freedom of Association: Guarantee citizens’ right to freedom of association. Change the current system of registration upon approval for community groups to a system of record-keeping. Lift the ban on political parties. Regulate party activities according to the Constitution and law; abolish the privilege of one-party monopoly on power; establish the principles of freedom of activities of political parties and fair competition for political parties; normalize and legally regulate party politics.

10. Freedom of Assembly: Freedoms to peacefully assemble, march, demonstrate, and express [opinions] are citizens’ fundamental freedoms stipulated by the Constitution; they should not be subject to illegal interference and unconstitutional restrictions by the ruling party and the government.

11. Freedom of Expression: Realize the freedom of speech, freedom to publish, and academic freedom; guarantee the citizens’ right to know and right to supervise [public institutions]. Enact a “News Law” and a “Publishing Law,” lift the ban on reporting, repeal the “crime of inciting subversion of state power” clause in the current Criminal Law, and put an end to punishing speech as a crime.

12. Freedom of Religion: Guarantee freedom of religion and freedom of belief, and implement separation of religion and state so that activities involving religion and faith are not subjected to government interference. Examine and repeal administrative statutes, administrative rules, and local statutes that restrict or deprive citizens of religious freedom; ban management of religious activities by administrative legislation. Abolish the system that requires that religious groups (and including places of worship) obtain prior approval of their legal status in order to register, and replace it with a system of record-keeping that requires no scrutiny.

13. Civic Education: Abolish political education and political examinations that are heavy on ideology and serve the one-party rule. Popularize civic education based on universal values and civil rights, establish civic consciousness, and advocate civic virtues that serve society.

14. Property Protection: Establish and protect private property rights, and implement a system based on a free and open market economy; guarantee entrepreneurial freedom, and eliminate administrative monopolies; set up a Committee for the Management of State-Owned Property, responsible to the highest organ of popular will; launch reform of property rights in a legal and orderly fashion, and clarify the ownership of property rights and those responsible; launch a new land movement, advance land privatization, and guarantee in earnest the land property rights of citizens, particularly the farmers.

15. Fiscal Reform: Democratize public finances and guarantee taxpayers’ rights. Set up the structure and operational mechanism of a public finance system with clearly defined authority and responsibilities, and establish a rational and effective system of decentralized financial authority among various levels of government; carry out a major reform of the tax system, so as to reduce tax rates, simplify the tax system, and equalize the tax burden. Administrative departments may not increase taxes or create new taxes at will without sanction by society obtained through a public elective process and resolution by organs of popular will. Pass property rights reform to diversify and introduce competition mechanisms into the market; lower the threshold for entry into the financial field and create conditions for the development of privately-owned financial enterprises, and fully energize the financial system.

16. Social Security: Establish a social security system that covers all citizens and provides them with basic security in education, medical care, care for the elderly, and employment.

17. Environmental Protection: Protect the ecological environment, promote sustainable development, and take responsibility for future generations and all humanity; clarify and impose the appropriate responsibilities that state and government officials at all levels must take to this end; promote participation and oversight by civil society groups in environmental protection.

18. Federal Republic: Take part in maintaining regional peace and development with an attitude of equality and fairness, and create an image of a responsible great power. Protect the free systems of Hong Kong and Macau .On the premise of freedom and democracy, seek a reconciliation plan for the mainland and Taiwan through equal negotiations and cooperative interaction. Wisely explore possible paths and institutional blueprints for the common prosperity of all ethnic groups, and establish the Federal Republic of China under the framework of a democractic and constitutional government.

19. Transitional Justice: Restore the reputation of and give state compensation to individuals, as well as their families, who suffered political persecution during past political movements; release all political prisoners and prisoners of conscience; release all people convicted for their beliefs; establish a Commission for Truth Investigation to find the truth of historical events, determine responsibility, and uphold justice; seek social reconciliation on this foundation.

IV. Conclusion

China, as a great nation of the world, one of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, and a member of the Human Rights Council, ought to make its own contribution to peace for humankind and progress in human rights. Regrettably, however, of all the great nations of the world today, China alone still clings to an authoritarian way of life and has, as a result, created an unbroken nchain of human rights disasters and social crises, held back the development of the Chinese people, and hindered the progress of human civilization. This situation must change! We cannot put off political democratization reforms any longer. Therefore, in the civic spirit of daring to take action, we are issuing Charter 08. We hope that all Chinese citizens who share this sense of crisis, responsibility, and mission, whether officials or common people and regardless of social background, will put aside our differences to seek common ground and come to take an active part in this citizens’ movement, to promote the great transformation of Chinese society together, so that we can soon establish a free, democratic, and constitutional nation, fulfilling the aspirations and dreams that our countrymen have been pursuing tirelessly for more than a hundred years.

Below is more of the document.

Charter 08





The Balance of Power

21 09 2010

The Forgotten Man is a new painting.  The video below is powerful and surprising.

The balance of power has been disrupted.  The balance is to provide the most freedom to the Republic as possible.  The disruption is by design to create an all powerful Federal Government.  There are those who want the Federal to be the God of the land instead of the Christian Nation that it is.  Woe be unto those who pervert the right ways of the Lord!

http://www.mcnaughtonart.com





Proud to be an American?

25 07 2009

These days I’m finding it harder and harder to be ‘Proud to be an American’.  At one point of my life I had the grand hope that the United States of America would be the shining city on the hill and help fuel freedom around the world.

Let’s start with the world.  Right now there is a population of approximately  6.7 Billion people.  I’m going to do a very simplistic calculation.  I will use the basic two basic freedoms of speech and religion and ask how many countries have mechanisms protecting those two basic God given rights (It’s men that take away or oppress).

Of the 228 countries or territories listed, I took the top 7 most populated countries that have serious restrictions or outright laws preventing freedom of religion and speech.  I didn’t have to go very far at all.  Also, the two largest countries, China and India are have serious restrictions.  In India, the practices are not as intense as China but do exist culturally as well as administratively.

Here are the shocking statistics.  Total world population  = 6.7 billion.  The seven countries population under severe oppression = 3.2 billion, almost 48%.  There are many countries further down the population list such as North Korea, Burma, Saudi Arabia, etc that would push the percentage to way over 50%.

Why hasn’t the world seen the great advantages of a free people?  In my mind there are two reasons.

Reason 1.  Countries that are under oppression are under the thumb of leaders or leadership that has a vested interest in maintaining power.  For example, in North Korea, the whole government is designed to perpetuate the mental Illness  that Kim Jong-il is God.  Of course with that power you can do anything you want and get away with it of course until Kim Jong Ding Dong dies and meets the real God.  Here are two videos.  The first one is long yet very informative of what horror the people of North Korea are going through.

 

Reason 2. We have permitted and facilitated financial global rape, pillage and plunder.  Consumed by economic world conquest, individuals and companies based in the United States have put a sour taste in peoples mouths of what they equate to be coming from a free society.  Unfortunately, freedom to behave badly is a choice when you have freedom.

Iraq may indeed come off the list of oppressed nations but at this point the freedom of religion is culturally and regionally prohibited.

There is much to do for people of the world to experience freedom.  We must fight for freedom and liberty in this country and other countries of the world.  Our brothers and sisters deserve better.








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