U.S.A. The Republic: The Empty House
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BISAC: Political Science / Civics & Citizenship
Our Republic is now celebrating the 222nd year of the Bill of Rights, to our Constitution. Through the wisdom of a few free-thinking men, we have come incredibly far in these years. Our nation has been blessed with prosperity more than any other in world history. The technology in this country compares with no other. Our leadership in world politics and economics has no rival. Yet all this has happened outside of the “house” our predecessors, on this continent, designed and built.
This fantastic and majestic political building which our forefathers constructed with their lives and sacred honor, has fallen into disuse, and now sits empty. When it was new, it was the most beautiful mansion in the world. There was nothing else like it for it was built on a foundation called the “common law”. The walls were shaped in liberty by a unique arrangement referred to as the separation of powers and its roof was made of transparent material to let in the light of the Law… so all-encompassing that it is adaptable to any people, regardless of color, race, creed or religion.
Our Republic did not crumble overnight. What took place was the result of a delusion, for people would never give up their liberty knowingly – only through deception. Gradually the deceptive-rot took hold and one by one the citizens of the house called a “Republic” moved out, into a third-rate structure called a “Democracy”.