American Exceptionalism

Posted: May 13, 2015 in Culture

We are no longer a free nation, for without anonymity, one cannot be free in one’s pursuits, but will always have a master to administer their affairs. The rampant and constant violations of the Fourth Amendment have robbed us of our ability to remain secure in our documents, our houses and our thoughts. They have the taste of blood and they will not stop until they are able to imprison us for our opinions alone.

This is where we must consider who we are. Americans would not have stood by while all of this was done to their liberty and to their privacy. We have to come to the understanding that while we are still Americans, this is no longer America.

I have had the chance to meet some old friends and some new friends at the 7th North Carolina Patcon that I have waited so long to attend. Those grounds are America, filled with Americans who are rightfully and dutifully upset at the quiet revolution which has taken place, not on the battlefields, but in the boardrooms of corporations and in federal committees. The revolution has not been done by them, but to them, without a shot. That is not to say that it was done without violence, as many will attest, but without a straight up fight like we gave the British. It was done, exactly how the Marxists do things, through courts and with sheer, brutal force.

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