2021-02-07 22:50:33 UTC
While we want to reduce our errors, and solve our problems.
Those people are innocent and deserve to be exonerated.
This doesn't work. We can't have hope of a glorious America when the government
is creating more problems than it solves.
Politics has to begin here, as we undo the errors caused by years of incompetence
and bad government.
New incompetence and new bad government make the solution FUTILE.
We demand a pardon for everyone involved who did not cause grievous bodily injury
to anyone else. We also demand the Courts throw out the cases, and the D.A's drop
all such charges. Those who entered the Capitol, are no different than those who
crossed the original Police Line, they were just in an edifice.
There were demonstrations all summer long for other reasons, and demonstrators
should not be stereotyped nor characterized by the mal-actions of a few. Nor is
any minor vandalism anything the taxpayer cannot afford. These aren't even
A Burglar, does not say "OUR HOUSE," all over social media. "OUR HOUSE," remains
We encourage all good Americans to make the same claim, and the demonstrators had
no alleged connection to any foreign power, but flew the American flag prolifically.
Your country begins with you, and only you can be the foundation of your country.
This is what true patriotism is. Not the worship of a flag, without care for what
it stands for.
We claim the land, and the equal right to govern it, and we encourage all good
Americans to claim the same.
We claim to be the head of any government which perpetrates to govern this land,
and we encourage all good Americans to claim the same.
This is one Nation under God, which means one nation under you and me, because we
are under God, and not under this nation, and I am not under you, and you are not
We are free people first, and Americans second. America belongs to you, you do
not belong to America.
In every country, dissent is patriotism. Yet you have an opportunity to lead, if
you are going to criticize very harshly. No country would make progress, nor
reform, without dissent. The above principles hold true, in every nation, and
right and wrong, and freedom and error, hold true, in every nation, and are not
particular in any way to the United States, nor have they ever been throughout
history. But the U.S. did the most to advance the cause of the single word,
"Democracy," throughout the latter part of the last century, in the face of
worldwide communist dictatorship. And while the French, and America, purportedly
threw off the chains of despotic dictatorship of bad kings, in favor of Democracy,
the Russians, and the Chinese, purportedly threw off the chains of despotic
dictatorship of bad kings, in favor of Marxist Socialism. While the Russians
finally had a Democratic revolution in 1989, and the Chinese remain under the
dictatorship of Politburo today. The British realms, as well as several other
Western European countries, converted despotic Monarchy, into de-facto rule by
Nevertheless, imposing subjective values onto others, is objectively wrong and
immoral. Democracy is neither the author of morality, nor of the law, any more
than Democracy is the author of mathematics.
"Do what thou wilt," is not the whole of the law, but "do unto others as you would
have them do to you." - "Do unto others," is Jesus Christ in Matt 7:12
NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM - Latin, the language of Rome: "New Order of the Ages" - Great
Seal, United States of America.
"Do Unto Others:"
"The idea dates at least to the early Confucian times (551–479 BCE), according to
Rushworth Kidder, who identifies the concept appearing prominently in Buddhism,
Islam, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Taoism, Zoroastrianism, and "the rest of
the world's major religions". 143 leaders of the world's major faiths endorsed
the Golden Rule as part of the 1993 "Declaration Toward a Global Ethic". According
to Greg M. Epstein, it is "a concept that essentially no religion misses
entirely", but belief in God is not necessary to endorse it. Simon Blackburn also
states that the Golden Rule can be "found in some form in almost every ethical
tradition"." - wikipedia
"Therefore, whatever you want others to do to you, do also to them, for this is
the Law and the Prophets."
- Jesus Christ, Matt 7:12, Holy Bible, Sermon On The Mount
The Golden Rule across 60 bible versions:
When jingoism is directed at your own people it becomes treason and fascism.
Demand for a pardon, is not negotiable, and should not be negotiable. Victims
need defense, it does not matter how brainwashed or deluded they may be into
believing they're guilty, and deserving of self-harm. Those in the imprisonment
and clutches of others are liable to suffer the same fate as those in Stockholm's
study: "Stockholm Syndrome." Such is akin to suicidal.
I don't believe in penance, and I don't believe in self-flagellation. I don't
care if I've killed 150 million people. I love me. If you don't love me, I hate
you. The people I'm talking about killed no one, nor assaulted anyone. But they
since have *been* assaulted, and that is wrong.
"This world *is* a picture of the crucifixion of God's Son. And until you realize
that God's Son cannot be crucified, this is the world you will see. Yet you will
not realize this until you accept the eternal fact that God's Son is not guilty.
He deserves only love because he has given only love. He cannot be condemned
because he has never condemned. The Atonement is the final lesson he need learn,
for it teaches him that, never having sinned, he has no need of salvation."
"*Love does not kill to save*. If it did, attack would be salvation, and this is
the ego's interpretation, not God's. Only the world of guilt could demand this,
for only the guilty could conceive of it. Adam's "sin" could have touched no one,
had he not believed it was the Father Who drove him out of Paradise. For in that
belief the knowledge of the Father was lost, since only those who do not
understand him could believe it."
- Jesus Christ, A Course in Miracles, Chapter 13, Introduction
"Blood atonement" has no place in America, nor on earth. We should remember, it
*is* an innocent person who hung on the cross.