PLANTATION OR SALVATION?
by OPOVV, ©2014
(Apr. 3, 2014) — America has finally reached the crossroads of its existence. Take the road to the right and you have the possibility of the America of yesterday; take the left fork and you say goodbye to the Middle Class, the 40-hour work week, the Constitution with its Bill of Rights, and Civil Rights while issuing in the Nanny State, which is the polite term for Police State. Make no bones about it: the choice is either/or: either reason will prevail by abolishing Obamacare (for starters) OR the country known as the USA will become a place from which people flee. Shamans foretell of border guards keeping people in, shades of the Berlin Wall.
The joke is, of course, sustainability. Take all the Obots, the supporters of Socialism, round them up, fence them in and sit back and wait until it all unravels, when those who do the work get fed up with the parasites and leave town. Imagine millions of whiners pantomiming eating off an imaginary spoon, but there’s no one left to feed them or change their diapers. Fear paralyzes them to stay on the plantation until they realize that it’s either riot for food or work for a living: they riot, but there’s no food. The producers of the food have vanished, gone somewhere where a day’s work equals food for a day, and then some.
Word association can be a telling tool. When one thinks of “inner city,” what comes to mind? If you thought “gangs and drugs,” your thinking is on par with the rest of us.
Plantation: an area of living space where a vast majority live off of other people’s toil by accepting “entitlements;” having the belief that society “owes” them something for being bums, for living worthless and meaningless live in which sloth and drugs are prevalent; cops stay away; an area that feeds the big business of the “justice” industry, which is directly responsible for siphoning one-third of the taxes collected for more police, more judges, more prisons, more uniforms, catering services and so on; more of everything, including violations of citizens’ Constitutional rights just to feed the system, oiling the conveyor belt of the “Revolving Door” philosophy by letting the 5% of the population repeat crimes time and time again: arrest them and let therapists, child molesters, and murderers get locked up for a spell rather than hanging them (for once) or throwing away the key forever, where “forever” actually means life.
I look at all the people who have aspirations of being the next president, and for the life of me, I just don’t see it happening. Oh, there may be a president among them, but we don’t need a president. What America needs is a savior, someone who will correct past wrongs and steer the Ship of State on a direct course to the Land of Peace and Prosperity.
Here’s the thing: it’s possible to fix the errors of the past. It’s possible to deport everyone who shouldn’t be in our country. It’s possible to take control of our so-called “justice” system and make it work for everyone equally. These things, and more, are a possibility but we must have the will and the belief in our fellow citizens to do the right thing when it comes down to the nitty-gritty; when it comes down to standing up and being counted for what you believe; when it comes down to fighting for the Constitution or getting herding as sheep to be slaughtered.
Be able to defend your country: support the Second Amendment by being armed.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.