Isn’t it nice to see we as citizens no longer matter to the courts, elected officials and of course politicians , when you check out the link below and read what transpired last week in the Indiana Supreme Court, you may likely, no you must ask yourself “when is enough enough!” , is security or the false sense of “safety” in day to day surviving worth giving away or have taken from you and our other fellow Americans our Liberty’s that God has given to us?
Time appears to be slipping away from “We the People” till we will have no powers, rights or choices of our own free will to make because the so call “caring, nurturing Nanny Gov “ will strip it from us because we have become sheeple, to stupid to know how to eat, raise our children or what light bulbs to use, what insurance to get and how we can use it or not be able too due to the amount of value our lives can contribute to the cause, what cars to buy yet we are smart enough to work and send Nanny.Gov all our money through extortion called taxes, check out all the taxes you pay in just one day of activities.
Well I for one am a Sheepdog and one of many, a silent mass of Sheepdogs waiting and watching over the sheeple for when those wolves in sheep’s clothing come to abuse, enslave or even worse slaughter the sheeple, we’ll be there to drive away the wolves.
There is an old movie from mid 1980’s that clearly shows how the eroding of people’s rights leads to unthinkable nightmarish deeds when things like Marxism and Socialism poisons the soul of a nation/country, watch it and see for yourself what happened then and what is happening now, the movie “The Killing Fields” so check your Netflix accounts or other media outlets to view this movie, just do so with paper and pencil, you’ll see why once you start into the movie more.
It should be one hell of an eye opener when you look back in history from the start of Marxism nonsense to current affairs.
Don’t for get to check out the link below a real time erosion going on there.
"Qui Desiderat Pacem, Praeparet Bellum" Vegitius c. 375 AD
"Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?" Plato c. 380 BC
"Malo Periculosam Libertatem Quam Quietum Servitium" Author Unknown
"Qui Non Est Hodie Cras Minus Aptus Erit" Ovidius c. 23 BC