End of Our Republic or Beginning of a Reformation Revolution?

Since the election of 2012, I am reading and hearing those that did not vote for Barack Hussein Obama are left with the sense of losing an election and the beginning of the end of the United States, as it was founded and how we have known it. The end of the way 56 men dreamed of it becoming in 1776, a constitutional republic, and how the United States came to be such a great power in not just in terms of military, but in science, education, industry, and trade. Contrary what BH Obama stated before his reelection, our great accomplishments was because of the People, not the government operated by those elected from among us.

The opposing political party, the GOP or Republicans are confounded and now divided as to why they did not win the election because their political platform declared at the Republican National Convention was so rock solid. While no sole blame can be put upon them, they helped lose the election over a period of decades, for like the Democrat[ic] Party, it has steadily, since its establishment evolved increasingly farther away from the Rule of Law that Thomas Jefferson and other founders wrote about. The following video is a virtual presentation that the executive office should have presented in the State of the Union address, Bill Whittle is the replacement speaker. It is common sense based upon factual statistics, not fear tactics or political propaganda, a prime example of how progressive socialists are continually attacking the fundamental liberty of natural law and the amendments [specifically the 2nd Amendment] are systematically being undermined.

The Rule of Law is the US Constitution that limits power and divides power of the three branches of government. All legislation passed by Congress and signed by the executive officer based upon the solid foundation of the articles of that Constitution, rather it should be. The federal government has detracted from the articles of the Constitution’s limit of powers, while additional amendments were added in order to the Bill of Rights [first ten amendments] to strive for a more perfect Union of states under a republican form of government; such as righteously declaring that all are truly equal – no slavery and equal rights for women. As those that operated our government moved further away from constitutional limitations by the central federal government, major problems began to develop that culminated to what we face today.

In the loss of the 2012 election, wrongful finger pointing ensued, blaming the Constitution itself, which the American socialist supporting politicians are presently fervently doing with increased vigor and openness in the Obama political camp. They do not consider that progressive socialism is beginning to win and it is because of their insistence that her forms of government can be better than that which the framers created through much endeavor.

There is no good government but what is republican. That the only valuable part of the British constitution is so; for the true idea of a republic is ‘an empire of laws, and not of men.’ That, as a republic is the best of governments, so that particular arrangement of the powers of society, or in other words, that form of government, which is best contrived to secure an impartial and exact execution of the law, is the best of republics.
John Adams, Thoughts on Government, 1776

While there were tribulations and detours from Constitution since 1787 and transgressions against the principle of equality and civil rights, the beginning of tribulations of the United States began with Woodrow Wilson who signed into law the income tax and the Federal Reserve System. FDR, using the Great Depression and a Second World War, who:

  • increased the political power of trade unions,
  • increased the power of the Federal Reserve System,
  • established a government-controlled retirement system,
  • established the concept that government control is a tool for the well-being of its citizens,
  •  instituted a forced deduction of Wilson’s income tax from wage earners,
  •  wrongfully forced American legal citizens by martial law in internment camps,
  • established a tradition of abuse of power of the executive office, and
  • ignored the check-and-balance system put in place by the framers of the Constitution.

Recently, since the Democrat Party who has adopted Marxist ideas of an American style democratic-socialist welfare state, the Tea Party movement gained momentum encouraging both traditional political parties to embrace the concept of the constitutional republic that 56 men had worked so hard to achieve and which made our nation like no other in the history of civilization. The gist of what the Tea Party is about is in the tradition of the Boston Tea Party and the Sons of Liberty who defied King George III and his mighty empire in the name of independence and natural law.

At this point, I am going to introduce Bill Whittle, a Tea Party supporter/speaker and an American who woke up and realized what is truly happening in America – not just complaining about it, but also endeavoring to awaken citizens of the United States as to the grave move toward destruction of our constitutional republic and how to fix it; the last part most important.

Liberty cannot be preserved without a general knowledge among the people, who have a right, from the frame of their nature, to knowledge, as their great Creator, who does nothing in vain, has given them understandings, and a desire to know; but besides this, they have a right, an indisputable, unalienable, indefeasible, divine right to that most dreaded and envied kind of knowledge; I mean, of the characters and conduct of their rulers.
John Adams
, Dissertation on Canon and Feudal Law, 1765

 Mr. Whittle’s full name is William Alfred “Bill” Whittle, born on April 7th, 1959 who is an American conservative blogger, political commentator [PJTV], director, screenwriter, editor, pilot, and author. He is a former National Review Online contributor. Currently Bill hosts Afterburner and The Firewall. His first book was published in 2004: Silent America: Essays from a Democracy at War. He is the co-founder of Declaration Entertainment. His mother was a British stewardess who married William Joseph Whittle (1925-2002), a hotel manager; and while born in New York City, he spent his youth in Bermuda, later moving to south Florida.

He was an editor [freelance] for The Discovery Channel, The History Channel, and NBC.  He was also an editor for Turner Classic Movies. Recently he is working on a space adventure film entitled Aurora. His first blog was Eject! Eject! Eject! – composing of essays about current events and political philosophy. His father’s death in 2002 inspired him to write. P.J. O’Rourke, Frank J. Fleming, and James Lileks praised his unique writing style. That led to his gig as guest columnist for National Review Online six years later. In December 2008, Bill Whittle moved to PJ Media where he continued to blog and host video segments. His jump to video fame began with Eat the Rich, which explains the consequences of high taxation of the wealthy.

In May of 2012, Bill Whittle started his own weekly podcast entitled The Stratosphere Lounge taking questions from his Facebook friends. An early supporter of the Tea Party movement, he has spoken at major political rallies and other public events.

The following video describes Bill Whittle’s epiphany and the assault upon western civilization made great by three major factors: Judeo-Christian principles, Greco-Roman philosophy, and Saxon/Natural law.

Despite the revelation of junk scientists’ email proving the global warming/climate change fraud, heralded by politicians like Al Gore who has made millions of dollars, thanks to media misinformation and manipulation Gore winning an unjustified Nobel Prize; BH Obama [also unjustly receiving a Noble Prize] and friends continue the Chicken Little propaganda for political reasons. The same propaganda used against members of Congress who do not agree with the Obama administration’s spend and tax policy and fear is instilled upon the populace in order for them to comply with political agendas.

The following video made three years ago debunked this nonsense of climate change being caused by human activity …

The next video, more recent, clearly explains why the global warming theory is wrong …

As Bill Whittle points out in the next video, just as the nucleus of corruption can be determined by following the money, the nucleus of the Obama regime’s agenda can be determined by following the ideology – and that ideology is clearly of Marxist substance and influence …

I hope you have found these revelations and discussions informative. I know that Bill Whittle’s presentations can be lengthy as his essays have been; however, it is a discussion that spreads across a broad spectrum of problems that must be solved.

These are issues that must be addressed if we are going to revert the United States back to a constitutional republic and once more become a model for other nations to follow, not a nation of entitlements and the American way towards Marxism will continue to be presented here in order to wake up and encourage Americans to self-educate and de-indoctrinate themselves.

You will find that all of this is not just the fault of one political party, but a combination of hidden agendas within both political entities whose common ground is political power and subjugating citizens into a complete dependency upon an unconstitutional government.

To be frank, if we want true reformation of our government and a return to prosperity an greatness – We the People must first reform ourselves, self-educating to battle against corporate-political media and politicians who sell their soul and country in the name of power and prestige for themselves.