If allowed but four words; could you explain why America should be admired, cherished, and preserved for the exceptional miracle it represents?
In this nation today when Americans are experiencing the destructive nihilism of government actions creating this destruction; those same Americans lack the capacity to explain or present the wonder of this nation. Is that by accident? Alternatively, could the answer be as citizens we haven’t been taught, either learned, or understand the wonder of this nation? To complete this absolute incomprehensible wonder, why can’t Americans but remember four words? For if, they know those magical four words, understand their meaning; they would have the answer, the philosophy, and the idealism of principles that define this nation’s miracle.
In the four words, one is absolutely paramount and required to understand this nation. For it is one singular concept that defines this nation; and it is not hidden. In fact, in the very declarative of this nation, the document ‘The Declaration of Independence,’ this simple reality stands out like a beacon in the darkness of night for our acknowledgement.
In the literacy of mankind, there is that simple singular sentence that does today, has in the past, and as long as this nation survives—a great question with the actions of our government and the present administration—will be the epitome of man’s greatest political philosophical idealism ever. What simple language saying so much. How can any American not know this, not be able to explain this, and in their heart not adhere to this marvelous principle? ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.’ Is it not beyond comprehension that any American, if asked what this nation is for, could not explain the wonder of this philosophy?
So we know one word, it’s simple…Liberty…for without liberty, then man is slave and all of the other ideals, principles, or concepts are null and void, for they have no value for any man who is not immersed in this environment of wonder, liberty.
Yet our founders left us with an example of absolute wonder, a genius that many do not recognize or even understand. For they were men, men of reason, men of principle, and men of cognitive reality; they saw reality as it is, not in some relativism of false ideology of our current political environment. As such, they before any other action identified what they knew from the history, the empirical knowledge of the civilization of man before they even began to construct a government. What would you identify as the greatest danger ever known in the history of mankind? What would you identify as the greatest danger that man would have to consider if they were to begin and create a new form of government? A form of government this planet had never known. A government that was the diametric opposite of any attempt ever know of governance. A concept based specifically on the knowledge of every indefinable error, mistake, and problem that every government since man’s recording of literacy…and surely far before that…had experienced. Would you not first have to identify those things that created the problems? Would you then not have to specifically state the problems, and from that evaluation then begin the creation of a system addressing the errors of man’s past? Is this not the format of man using his capacity of intellect, his ability of developing intelligence, and as this knowledge results in wisdom—would it not be best to make decisions from wisdom—not emotions or platitudes, ideologies or fantasies, illusions or hallucinations? Would it not be the reasoning of mankind that thought, intellect, and empirical knowledge of experience of man’s history…his successes and failures…be the most vital, the most important to this creation of the most wondrous society possible?
If we as citizens today, do this same analysis, what would we discover? We’d discover what our founding fathers acknowledged and used as the very fundamental foundation of everything they created. The reality, the obvious, the known since literacy of mankind, and long before that; there is no greater danger to the liberty of man, than…? If you could answer anything other than government, you are in cognitive of reality! For in the history of the species of mankind, there is, nor ever has been anything as dangerous, or as detrimental to mankind than—government. How any American forgets this reality, this obvious fact, is beyond comprehension? What lack of reason, lack of even the slightest intelligence, the capacity of intellect would be require to not conclude this? Where, and what is an example that government has done, now or ever, anything to advance the society of man—except this nation—with the foundation of creating a government acknowledging this reality. With that acknowledgement, the greatest design of government ever created by man was established. The guidelines, the wonder, the miracle above any miracle ever by mankind led to the simple design of the ‘Articles of Confederation!’
Many dismiss this wonder, this marvel of the Articles of Confederation, who can only be identified as enemies of that simple philosophy of man’s endowed rights of ‘liberty.’ Their corrupted excuse, identical to the blasphemy of our current president complaint of the ‘Constitution,’ his very words, his condemnation; Obama stated that ‘I’ view the current Constitution as being a negative document. IN that it does not grant enough power to the federal government.’
This isn’t something new, this is the same complaint of others who believed in the domination of society and man. Who among us could not hear Alexander Hamilton stating the same, the obvious? For was this not the same argument to overturn the ‘Articles of Confederation’ and replace it with a government document that provide more ‘power and domination’ to the federal government?
It is not something a great revelation to realize the wonder of ‘The Articles of Confederation.’ One only has to read the indictments of the ‘Declaration of Independence’ those enumerated, and listed documentation of the King’s ‘repeated injuries and usurpations’ against the American’s ‘rights and liberties.’ Then read the Articles of Confederation. What you will discover is so simple, so obvious; it is beyond any possible confusion that our founders feared government more than any danger known to mankind. For in The Articles of Confederation, the fears of man—and the cure to prevent government usurpation; that attack on unalienable rights, and the preservation of man’s liberty—were addressed and preserved.
Therefore, we have the philosophy required to make liberty possible. It is this design to enumerate government, to restrict government power that only then can preserve the Liberty of man.
So the next two words are exposed, fear government. For without this abject fear, and consideration by every action in our society concerning government, we as a society by our own volition become slaves.
Liberty cannot exist without the fear of government. They are not separate; they are a summation, which one cannot be if the other is.
Liberty, fear of government, both is philosophies. Ideals that any civilized society must not only know but also understand ‘to even say’ they represent civilized society. Yet there is one concept, one remarkable word that must also be understood before even the application of liberty or government fear can be considered.
This is the magic fourth word. It is the word used by Jefferson as self-evident, that man endowed by their creator is created ‘equal.’ For is this word is not known, is not understood, is not applied correctly, the exceptionalism of the wonder of this nation’s design is corrupted, rejected, and made null and void.
The word is so simple, in design and definition, why it is misused, misunderstood, and misapplied is beyond the reasoning of rational mankind. Who among us has not heard this word used in so many ways, in so many misapplications, and in such convoluted presentations, even the meaning is distorted? It is such a simple world, such a simple idea, such a basic philosophy, concept and ideal yet the most confusing thing to the reasoning of most men in this nation. What word could create such confusion, such absolute incomprehensible reasoning of man? The answer is so simple for the word the concept the idea is something man created from abstract thought, begun with physical acknowledgement. In the world of measurement, in the world of math, in the reality of physical construct equal is recognized and exists. From man’s very beginning of physical measurement, the simple balance beam scale, where on each side the weight was equal to the other side when balanced…the beam horizontal…the concept began. From there man in his abstract thought, realized and concluded that in society, in the very existence of man there is equal—in the fact that all men are by some divine power equal in possessing life.
As Americans, we not only forget this importance to our existence, we forget or do not understand this is not something new. Aristotle told us, enlightened us, ‘that the worst form of inequality is to try to make unequal things equal.’ Explained it with such simplicity why man confuses and convolutes this concept is remarkable. For to be equal, then all men, in the eyes of society, in the laws of the nation, and in the conscious of all other men must preserve and maintain their right of being equal.
Is that the nature of our society today? If you think so, or say so, then you are in cognitive of reality. Yet those who say we are not equal do not advance that men are equal, but the diametric inverse, the corruption of advancing equality, not men are equal. For is a man pays taxes to the state, while another receives altruism from that same state, redistributing the wealth of the payees taxes, where are they equal? This corruption, this absolute distortion of man is equal is the basis for the greatest majority of problems this nation is experiencing.
So we have the four words, the four philosophical ideals, the principles that create the exceptionalism of this nation known to no others. It is the light, the wonder, the imagination of wonder that the world desires but has no more idea of what it consist than the president of our nation has today.
You as Americans should know this as tacitly as the acknowledgement that you require air and its oxygen to exist. As intrinsically as knowing, that sustenance is as important to your existence as life itself. For without that sustenance that life is extinguished.
That is all any American must know. We are the society of man’s liberty. That liberty is preserved by restricting and fearing government, preserving that liberty by insuring our freedom from that same government. We must never veer from the simple reality that only by always making sure that before all of those considerations are adhered to, then equality, liberty, and the fear of government will not occur. All men must be kept equal, acknowledge as equal, and treated as equal—not in some illusion of equality—but equal.
This is the summation of an American. This is why this nation, this miracle of something unknown anywhere at any time to mankind—is—and will be, the true miracle of mankind, the highest advancement of homo sapient civilization ever imagined.