Not the America envisioned by our Founding Fathers

This may sound harsh; however, I do not believe anyone can deny this America does not even closely resemble the America that was envisioned by our Founding Fathers –I am not referring to technology; I am referring to our sovereignty, morality, dignity, respect, and ethics to name a few. National pride has turned into selfish, egotistical arrogance while loving your neighbor has turned into sleeping with them.
As Americans, we must comprehend that we are custodians and guardians of this country, not proprietors or owners. We need to strive to be worthy of the task we have been given, to maintain, sustain and preserve America the way our founders intended. In order for this to be accomplished, we must be knowledgeable of the rules and laws set forth by our Founding Fathers as well as understand the intentions and spirit manifested in the discussions concerning our Constitution, Bill of Rights, and Amendments. Only through proper education can this be accomplished.”
The following is an excerpt from my book “Public Schools – The Worst Case of Child Abuse in American History.”
“As Americans, our fortune is the work of others who fought, died, and labored to build this great dynasty. Those of us born here as well as those who have relocated here, legally and especially illegally, are obliged to inquire of ourselves: do we possess the right to destroy or impoverish the dynasty that America’s founders built?
Despite warnings of the consequences from our founders we have allowed anti-Americans not only to infiltrate, but we have elected them to high offices. President Lincoln warned us, “America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.”
How are our children going to understand what our founders went through to form America, what the laws are if we do not teach the accuracy and importance of it? They will not… and that is what our enemies are counting on.


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