On MSN news, so now it’s the KKK? Trump knows nothing about the KKK? My God! What is this world coming to? The Republican top runner, Trump, is a racist! The establishment politicians—Republicans and Democrats—now have what they need to defeat this billionaire buffoon running for President. Thank you, Lord.
My, oh my! How stupid are the American people? The KKK is history. I want to thank YouTube for keeping me well informed. The mainstream press represents the big lie, the greatest con job in man’s history. No?
In the animal world, the most physically powerful animal is dominant in the herd. In the Bible, we humans were created last. “And God said, Let us make man in our image,” in Genesis 1:26. So God made man in his image, right? Thank you, Lord.
The human mind being the higher under natural law, the mind of man, rather than adhering to the law of the jungle, including reason and logic, man’s law the higher law, you see; that is, above animal emotion—beastly passion, if you will—the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle had this to say to today’s establishment politicians regarding Trump as being “racist.” Aristotle: “To invest the law then with authority is, it seems, to invest God and reason only; to invest a man is to introduce a beast, as desire is bestial, and even the best of men are liable to be corrupted by passion. We may conclude then that the law is reason without passion and it is therefore preferable to any individual.”
So, with regard to this racist charge, the chief concern is whether the person we Americans pick to run the country is going to adhere to the higher law, the U.S. Constitution, no? Who should judge?
To the ancient Greek Stoics, the way to happiness for all was through the divine capacity of man to reason. Indeed, to these ancient fundamentalists the supreme legislator was nature herself.
Greek philosophy was followed by Roman law. Roman judge Cicero: “We are born for justice, and right is not the mere arbitrary construction of opinion but an institution of nature.” This thought says the law is not to be an instrument of convenience. Government is not here to write laws to benefit certain of us at the expense of others. The Englishman, John of Salisbury, the first systematic writer on politics in the Middle Ages, offered this thought: “There are certain precepts of the law which have perpetual necessity, having the force of law among all nations and which absolutely cannot be broken.” He was bringing to mind natural law. So what about all of the current political flapdoodling? Again, I ask, who should judge, screeching parrots with a public voice, or the reason and logic with which we the people are gifted? Look what they have done to our children! The United States is on the verge of bankruptcy. I want to discuss that.
The United States was bankrupt when Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected in 1933. By the way, President Obama says he is a Roosevelt Democrat. The first thing President Roosevelt did for the bankrupt America was to confiscate all the gold privately held, with the penalty of 10 years in prison for failure to obey the law. President Roosevelt then asserted that although it isn’t written in the Constitution, the federal government had the “inherent duty” to take from the rich and give to the poor a little bit of their wealth. The American people bought that idea wholeheartedly. It was a violation of the law, a convenience. The government, thereby, got its foot in private doors. In 1975, the government of the United States put me on the street in the name of federal income tax. I had been an independent businessman providing a living for myself and family. My wife was divorcing me. The United States was about lawlessly confiscating what was left of my property. I was out of sight, out of mind. The press was claiming that people like me, those who illegally challenge federal income tax were going to prison. As it turned out, the press printed on the front page the truth of the matter. The United States had lawlessly confiscated my property. So much for government’s “inherent duty.”
The U.S. Supreme Court, without a word, decided not to hear my case. The IRS had lawlessly confiscated my property—and after the U.S. Tax Court had ruled in my favor. The United States took it upon itself to ignore a court order. When caught red handed, the IRS called it a mistake. It was a mistake that stood 11 years, and through three U.S. District Courts, the U.S. Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court—a mistake against a poor American citizen. What could be any worse? This was the government that takes from the rich and gives to the poor, the government President Obama heads, the high and mighty government that goes about the world making war and hiding from the American people what it is doing with trillions of their tax dollars—yes, hiding from the world advanced technology that would not only solve environmental issues, but end poverty in the world. Yes, the American people are dangerously dumbed-down.
“For goodness sake, you don’t want Trump for President do you?”
Well, I’m not so sure. Trump has a lovely, absolutely brilliant family, which says a lot to me. It seems to me that we are like, “cruising down a river on a Sunday afternoon, with the one you love, the sun above, waiting for the moon”—and a waterfall just around the bend.
In Mark 12:30-31, Jesus speaking, “And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment. And the second is like; namely this, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these.”
It is inexplicable, yet it doesn’t take a genius to figure this one out. After a long hard battle with the United States, which, by the way, I won, out of the blue came the love of my life, and after three women had divorced me. It was love that made me the person I was meant to be. My Story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Q4F7feu2DM