Land of the “Me”, Home of the “Knave”

Entitlement sways the susceptible public that employs diversions while the big boys and girls in Washington, D.C. think, plan, and provide structure. This delusional shared perspective warned against by the initiators of the U.S. in their copious letters to include The Federalist; in the subtext of the Articles of Confederation, Declaration of Independence, Constitution of the United States. Accurate historians, they saw it was inevitable. However, realizing history invariably repeats itself. I would imply collective humanity beats its head against the proverbial brick wall in gross, rebellious, unfathomably absurd attempts to live apart from the living God.

Why issue warnings if known communities will eventually fail? In a word, plausibility, projecting sincerity, inveigling confidence. Self-indulgence: one aim for separating from Great Britain, as nothing else could transpire apart from the Holy God. And God slated it for a brief interval sensed upon studying history; great nations have simply come and gone and no doubt the historians/founders knew their matter. What results is just another vainglorious determination; everybody indulging themselves—only those at the top gain more than the hoi polloi—the shady principal remains endures for all. The patrons of America were highly focused; their objectives coinciding with all others rich or poor: what can we can get from God’s providence?

God to the political pioneers was nebulous, distant. Jesus Christ prevailed as primarily a mythical legend. Reference “The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth” by former U.S. president, Thomas Jefferson, and you’ll find Mr. Jefferson’s disgusting edits of the Christian Bible; omitting the supernatural and the miraculous, reducing Christ to an extraordinary man, not unlike Socrates, who possessed rare intellectual gifts and rates no higher than a preeminent philosopher of the day. The “founding fathers” as a group carried the freemason, or deistic view, referring to God solely as the “architect of the universe.” The 17th century pioneers who settled in North America held the correct view yet became overshadowed by prehensile intellectuals holding military and diplomatic aspirations.

You can gauge any individual by observing what they choose to do in their leisure time. Given the opportunity, the vast bulk of people contract while a small group continues to expand. Those aspiring to leadership positions compose a minority; reckoning there is always some work to accomplish and shun idleness. Heads: a purposeful minority. Tails: a slothful majority. The lords and ladies who own mainstream media and populate the political realm endeavor to make claims which appear viable on the surface, relying on willful public ignorance to take care of the rest. The average person does not take pains to prove statements perceived as coming from above incorrect, but a “take it by faith” attitude prevails along with lapses into trite pleasures. When interrogated, the reliable preponderance proclaims the lie with fervor, matching their unsound confidence (there is more belief in tellavision news than Holy writings, even by people claiming to be Christian).

In all things, individuals rely on their faith, whether certain claims are true or false. Faced with unwanted queries regarding controversial issues, those upholding trust in humanity refuse to move even considering facts.

Matthew 16: 1-4

The Pharisees also with the Sadducees came, and tempting desired him that he would shew them a sign from heaven.

He answered and said unto them, When it is evening, ye say, It will be fair weather: for the sky is red.

And in the morning, It will be foul weather to day: for the sky is red and lowring. O ye hypocrites, ye can discern the face of the sky; but can ye not discern the signs of the times?

A wicked and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and there shall no sign be given unto it, but the sign of the prophet Jonas. And he left them, and departed.

They are not all Israel that are of Israel.

If you require a proof, you’re in the wrong position—don’t look for it. A man said he looks for God in people. Why? Signs pointing to the existence of the living God are all around; therefore, no need to search but behold! Sadly, most individuals refuse to acknowledge plain facts—like the author of the aforesaid statement—believing he is in the right position, yet resembling the Pharisees and Sadducees described above; seeking a clue, remaining blind to the obvious.

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