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William Wilberforce, the British parliamentarian and abolitionist, told his colleagues, “Having heard all of this, you may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

A Renaissance , Not a Revolution - Bringing Morality back to America

"You been farmin' long?"

renaissance n. A rebirth or revival

It’s amazing what goes on in the middle of the night when most of us are sound asleep. After a unfortunate encounter with a Brown Recluse Spider crawling over my bed, and my misguided attempts to kill it with a slipper and then chemicals, I had to abandon my bedroom. So I turned on the radio, unable to get but 3 stations, 2 of them in Spanish, and Coast to Coast Am.

I ordinarily don’t listen to conspiracy theories and worries of boogymen I can do nothing about, because as our patriot friend, Terry Anderson says, we have obvious threats in our face every day to deal with and little time to do it. On his radio show, he reminds us,
“If you ain’t mad, you ain’t payin’ attention!”

Gerald Celente, economist and Trends Forecaster was a guest. The conversation fell on the facts of what made America great. We have lost our morality and most of us have fallen into the ‘bailout game’ being handed us by our current leaders, from the poor to Wall Street, leaving the few middle class Americans to support both. As Alexis de Tocqueville stated,
"America is great because she is good. If America ceases to be good,
America will cease to be great."

Celente went on to explain the severe economic downturn he, and many of us, had long predicted and the true, much higher figures for unemployment. History shows, as he said, our greatest times were when we didn’t subscribe to “Too big to fail bailouts” of GM, international bankers, the production killing fiasco of ‘Cap and Trade’ and on and on being financed by the over burdened taxpayers. NAFTA, and other cheap labor ‘trade’ agreements that promised more jobs, more prosperity for all Americans, which brought along the devastation of unlimited legal and illegal immigration and outsourcing of jobs. How’s that workin’ out for ya these days? The only candidate worth considering in 2008, Duncan Hunter, was right and the only one addressing such issues!

What made us great was.....

...Not Wall Street but MAIN STREET
....Not international agribusiness, poison food imported from China or Mexico,
....Not WalMart, but MOM and POP small business

Celente discussed the recent TEA party protests , believing they are the beginning of a new era of citizen enlightenment, a return to the principals and morality that elevated the USA above all other nations, much to the dismay of what Obama thinks of such Citizen activism.

Many of us warned that Barak Obama and his ilk were ‘socialists’. Celente
believes the situation is far worse. He calls where our government has dared to venture, ‘Fascism ’ to describe the Democrat congress and Obama globalist regime, with much help from far too many pay-to-play Republicans.

And to our detriment, it describes the current governing climate.

fascist n.- A totalitarian philosophy of government that glorifies the state and nation and assigns to the state control over every aspect of national life.

From banking and mortgages to auto manufacturing and health care, the government is running the show that should be left to the American private sector. If you can’t or won’t pay your mortgage, Obama even wants to be your landlord.

Celente, agreeing with many conservatives, spoke to the fact that we must break the two party globalist/media juggernaut controlling our elections, preventing good candidates a voice, and allow another party to rise to combat those powers leading us into tyranny and anarchy.

Some useful idiots scream, “Throw ALL the incumbents out!”.....but these misguided citizens, like the ones I wrote about in yesterday’s TownCrier article, can’t name their own representatives, much less be aware of how they vote on vital issues. They want a revolution! They NEED enlightenment and a lesson in history, some real education the schools won't provide, to escape from their ignorance. While I agree that the great percentage of our elected officials do not represent us, but rather moneyed special interest groups, there are a handful who actually want to see the survival of America. We better learn who they are.

But the night was not all economic or political gloom and doom. As I gazed out the window into my yard in the moonlight, I saw a bird gently glide onto a trellis. He bobbed and postured, encouraging his clan of Screech Owls to join him in my bird bath. They seemed to not have a care in the world, realizing they had found safe sanctuary and relief from the 100 degree heat of Northern California of the previous day. I always wondered what happened to the water in that bath every night!

So go outside, lean against a tree, touch the earth, let the sun shine on your soul. And thank whatever God you worship for the gift of being one of the small percentage of the people on this earth lucky enough to be born an American.

American Gothic
No, it isn't an organized party..yet...It is a state of mind!!!
"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. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government.....July 4, 1776

“Reason is not automatic. Those who deny it cannot be conquered by it.” Ayn Rand

People are waking up!


Yes, TheTownCrier has become a Prejudiced Bigot

These are the Rules: A Baker's Dozen by AuntB

Many are borrowed; it's hard to improve on perfection. I'm pulling a Ghandi here as well. He once said to judge him by his most recent comments; that he, too, may learn some things and change his mind on a given subject!

1. Protect the innocent.
2. Never ask someone to do something that you are not willing to do yourself.
3. Leave it like you found it, or make it better.
4. Keep your promises and pay your bills - on time.
6. Slavery didn’t happen because people are black or white. Evil isn’t particular about color.
7. Be careful what you wish for.
9. Greed is more devastating than poverty.
10. Your rights stop where my nose starts.
11. You are only as strong as what you stand next to, that from which you draw your strength.
12. Youth and strength are no match for old age and treachery.
13. Never try to teach a pig to sing; it wastes your time and annoys the pig!! (this is the one I can't seem to get right! )
14. "It is a bad person that has pity for those that do not deserve it." (added 5/15/07 )

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