Sunday, 19 September 2021

Liberty versus democracy

The Slog addresses the old perennial:
In a world where a majority of people under thirty can't even see (let alone explain) the difference between liberty and democracy, you don't have to be a rocket scientist to work out how the populism of fake democracy can be used to dilute liberty - 'for the good of the majority' - and restrictions on liberty can be stop cyber attacks threatening our voting democracy.
How many Americans have told us that they're not a democracy, that they're a Republic founded on constitutional principles - yes, well whither those principles right now?  The complete usurpation of an election by subterfuge and collusion between head honchos and apparatchiks of the new paradigm, there's a vital part of that first statement [in bold] completely left out ... under God.

All right, so there is currently a shadowy corporation which has controlling or influential shares in every major company in the world, including the tech giants and all MSM and they are currently pushing a Woke paradigm which decides, arbitrarily, who shall work, who shall not, who shall eat, who shall not. All R&D is controlled by them, their board members are unlisted.  

There it is. That tube can be found if one really ferrets.

20:39 BST

I need, it seems, to clarify about God and the United States.  
"The U.S. Constitution never explicitly mentions God or the divine ..." 
That's rubbish - 'the year of our Lord' is mentioned in Article VII but quite aside from that:
"... the same cannot be said of the nation’s state constitutions. In fact, God or the divine is mentioned at least once in each of the 50 state constitutions and nearly 200 times overall, according to a Pew Research Center analysis."
Why?  Because Christianity played a big part in the conversations of the day - godless leftist academics have been talking bollox about this to kids for years now, teaching bad history because it does not suit them ideologically.

A comment earlier here was referring to the Pledge, not the Constitution, referencing 1892 -  this post is not about the Pledge, it's about the Constitution and by extension, the amendments.

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