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What Happens When The Federal Government No Longer Protects The States Against Invasion?

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This isn’t about diversity, open borders, or internationalism.  This is about Democrats gaining raw power through a harvest of ballots from a permanent underclass.
The past few weeks have given rise to several uncomfortable questions.
In the past, the party in power has always been held accountable for what it’s done in the previous two years.  History teaches us that if that party has a horrible record, its members are thrown out of office in a massive wave election in a rejection of their policies.
That didn’t happen, and even worse, they have us on the same trajectory that was present before the election.  This effectively means that their repulsive policies have been reinforced rather than rejected.
Hence, those uncomfortable questions keep cropping up.
What is the point of voting and elections in general if the voice of the people isn’t heard?
What is the point of paying for a government indoctrination system (schools) that turns out people who vote for their own enslavement?

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What do we do when state governments buy votes with other people’s money, cruelly taken by force?
What happens when the federal government no longer protects the states against invasion?

That last one is particularly troubling, because the states entered into a contractual agreement, and it is being flouted, in our faces, daily.  Anti-liberty authoritarians of the fascist far left regularly lie about this fact, telling us that “the border is secure.”  But how is there an illegal invader crisis in New York City and around the nation if “the border is secure”?
Are they going to try their usual deceit and deception and argue the semantics of the word “invasion”?  You only need to look at a dictionary definition of the word to see that it’s defined as “the act of entering a place in large numbers, especially in a way that is harmful or unwanted.”

Then, to add insult to injury, like clockwork, right after the midterm election scam-o-rama, Senator Chuck Schumer had an epiphany, because suddenly we’re “short of workers,” and the only way to fill out those ballots for Democrats…er…”have a great future” is to grant amnesty (read: voting rights supporting leftists) to “however many” illegal invaders there are in the country.
Because nothing breeds success like more than 42 million people overloading our system, Cloward-Piven style (archive of the original piece here).  Then, on top of all of that, Democrats are racing to implement amnesty in a lame-duck session before they lose power.  Public opinion is running against further destroying the country that way, but when has the fascist far left let the voice of the people be its guide?
Consider this thought experiment.
Let’s say you have an estate along with several like-minded people with the same values.
You and your neighbors decide to become a gated community — a united estates, if you will.  The contractual exchange for joining this community is that you agree to partially pay for the security for the border for the united estates to “protect each of them against Invasion.”
It works out fine until Karl (pronouns: He, Ganef) from Demonrat Developers comes along and is “elected” by a highly suspicious voting process to run the community.
While Karl and his Demonrats are all too happy to take your money, they utterly fail to keep out criminals, terrorists, or invaders.  Then it’s found that they are encouraging this invasion.
Wouldn’t you agree that the community would be in breach of contract with the individual estates?
Wouldn’t you also agree that we have the same situation in the States?
As in the U.S. Constitution — Article 4, Section 4:
The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.
Thus, the guarantee to every State in this Union would be that the United States shall protect each of them against invasion.  Has the federal government protected each state against invasion?
Any rational assessment of the facts would agree that hasn’t been the case.
Make no mistake: this isn’t about diversity, open borders, internationalism, or Chuck Schumer’s convenient epiphany.  This is about their gaining raw power through a harvest of ballots from a permanent underclass.
So we return to one of our original uncomfortable questions: what happens when the federal government no longer protects the states against invasion?
The beginning lines of this document come to mind, because what else is there?  As we’ve previously postulated, the Founding Fathers assumed that the parties would stay on a moral course of action and not let lust for power overwhelm basic decency.
Look through your copies of the Constitution.  But be warned: apparently, our modern-day version of the KGB, Gestapo, or Stasi considers having one as incriminating evidence.
Originally published on the American Thinker
D Parker is an engineer, inventor, wordsmith, and student of history, the director of communications for a Bill of Rights organization, and a longtime contributor to conservative websites.   Find him on Substack.

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The Left Is On Board With The Suppression Of Liberty In China

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The American Left agrees with the suppression of liberty there and anywhere else. Why is the far Left on board with the suppression of liberty in China?
The past few days have witnessed extraordinary events in Red China, with protestors literally risking their lives as they battle hazmat-clad riot police in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou. As Tucker Carlson noted in a recent video, unless you read some of the English papers, you wouldn’t know that Chinese President Xi Jinping had sent tanks to put down these protests.
Even worse, the people who supposedly stand for liberty — with many on the pro-freedom Right helping their cause by labeling them as ‘liberals’ — are actively working to suppress free speech or censor what their authoritarian brethren are doing to these people.
Tucker Carlson: Apple is covering for the Chinese government
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Carlson ascribes this behavior to possible financial motivations, but the real reasons are far deeper and darker than that. While some of these corporations may have monetary connections, that doesn’t explain why the rest of the nation’s socialist media isn’t fully covering this oppression.
So, why are they doing this?
The answer is rather simple and straightforward if you understand the basics of the individualist Right and the collectivist Left.

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We of the pro-freedom Right believe in individual rights and liberties. Anti-liberty leftists only believe in collective ‘rights’ and ‘liberties.’ These are non-existent for the individual since they are only possessed by the group.
Thus, the collective (read: ruling class) can decide to take these away from certain individuals at a whim for whatever reason they deem necessary. The same holds true for the far-Left ruling class in this country. They agree with the suppression of liberty there and anywhere else. That is why they are silent or helping in any way they can.

Originally published on the American Thinker  
D Parker is an engineer, inventor, wordsmith, and student of history, the director of communications for a Bill of Rights organization, and a longtime contributor to conservative websites.   Find him on Substack.

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Biden’s Ominous Demand To Ban And Confiscate Semi-Automatic Firearms

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Authoritarians of the fascist far left have always denied the obvious, that their ultimate goal has been and always will be gun confiscation. No longer. Biden is out and proud.
Leftists are no longer hiding the fact that they want to ban and confiscate guns.
‘President’ Biden went all authoritarian in saying “[that] we still allow semiautomatic weapons to be purchased is sick,” as well as calling for even more unconstitutional gun confiscations with so-called ‘red flag’ orders.  This puts the lie to the incessantly repeated talking point that ‘no one is talking about taking anyone’s guns.’
Anti-liberty authoritarians of the fascist far left have always denied the obvious, that their ultimate goal has been and always will be gun confiscation.  As is the case with every authoritarian leftist regime that has ever ruled over the people with an iron fist.  While saving the planet, saving humanity, or whatever self-righteous excuse for naked despotism they can think of.
Jared Yanis, detailed all of this in a recent video from his YouTube channel Guns & Gadgets: “Biden Said The Quiet Part Out Loud! Wants To Ban WHAT?!”
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Biden Said The Quiet Part Out Loud! Wants To Ban WHAT?!
A piece from The Hill had a rundown on the Dear leader’s deplorable comments on your basic human and civil rights, starting with the usual gaslighting over unconstitutional gun confiscation orders a.k.a. ‘red flag’ orders.  In these, they play their usual game of lying with language and using softer words as substitutes for what is really going on.

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Whenever you see them describe these unconstitutional abominations, they will always have three key elements:

Language implying that they are officially sanctioned.
Soft language substitutes for outright gun confiscation.
Vague implications that this must be done because these people are somehow a ‘threat’.

Most, if not all stories on unconstitutional gun confiscation orders will have these in varying deceptive language. In the case of the Hill piece:

Biden said it was “ridiculous” that red flag laws — in which law enforcement officers can seize firearms from individuals deemed a threat to themselves or others — were not being enforced across the country.
Note the implication that these unconstitutional abominations are officially sanctioned by ‘law enforcement officers’.  Then the soft language substitutes for outright gun confiscation ‘seize firearms’. Followed by the vague implications that certain individuals are ‘deemed a threat to themselves or others’.  It should be noted that in a hearing, Representative Steve Cohen stated that wanting to go buy a gun should be a red-flag.  So, by that logic, every gun owner should have an unconstitutional gun confiscation order brought against them.

The nation’s socialist media constantly repeats variations of this gaslighting to sell unconstitutional gun confiscation orders, and this time was no different.
After talking about gun confiscation, Biden moved on to talking about the expansion of outright bans from undefined ‘assault weapons’ to semi-automatic firearms, with a little kick at free enterprise as a little socialist bonus:
“No. 2, the idea … we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick. It’s just sick. It has no, no social redeeming value. Zero. None. Not a single, solitary rationale for it except profit for the gun manufacturers,” he said.
The most dangerous part in all of this is that they may attempt to enact this unconstitutional attack on your common-sense civil right of self-defense by attaching it to the Respect for Marriage Act as an amendment since that has already passed cloture.  It’s a long shot and an underhanded way of attacking a fundamental human right, but so is cheating in an election and we all know how the liberty-denying Democrats feel about that.
Originally published on the American Thinker
D Parker is an engineer, inventor, wordsmith, and student of history, the director of communications for a Bill of Rights organization, and a longtime contributor to conservative websites.   Find him on Substack.

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A Thanksgiving Lesson On Socialism – Modern Day Slavery

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It’s always fun to ask those with little life experience and common sense who know it all a few questions on the history of modern-day slavery, better known as socialism.
For the appetizer, ask them when the concepts of an ideal state and collectivism were first “discussed.”  The odds are that they will be off by a few thousand years, given that these can be sourced to Plato’s Republic, written in ancient Greece in the 4th century B.C., or 2,400 years ago.  So much for socialism being based on new ideas.
Follow that up by asking when and what “the first theoretical expression of a genuinely socialist position” was, at least, according to the Communist Party of Australia, among others.  This one is measured in centuries — over 500 years.  As in the book Utopia, first published in 1516, by Saint Thomas More.
At least maybe they can tell you why the word Utopia means “no place,” since that describes where socialism has been successful.  (You may have to carefully explain that to anyone who filled out a ballot for the fascist far left in the last election.)  Just for reference, if they spew the usual projections, remind them of a couple of the Universal Aspects of Fascism, from the Labor Charter of 1927, and that
[t]he Corporations shall constitute the joint organisations of the forces of production and represent collectively the interests of production. 
In view of this collective representation, the interests of production being national interests, the Corporations are juridically recognised as organs of the State.
Proving that “as an economic system, fascism is socialism with a capitalist veneer.”

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Then, since we’re on holiday, ask them who were the first people to escape from the slavery, deprivation, and starvation of socialism.  Thanksgiving should be a big hint, but play this video for them.

Then, if you want to score some bonus points, you can see if they know of the first use of the word “socialism” in connection with its unending string of failures, misery, and deliberate mass murder on an industrial scale.  Hint: It was long before Karl stole other people’s ideas as his own and a mass-murdering Marxist socialist nation opened its first Gulag or concentration camp.
Consider New Harmony, Indiana, 1827 — a good practical example of socialism’s failure.  Note that this was long before good old Karl came along and claimed these ideas as his own.  (Isn’t it curious how the fascist far left has a predilection for gaslighting and theft?)

So why is this important?
Why would the left keep on trying to sell the same old snake oil century after century, millennium after millennium, after it’s been proven to fail with horrific results?
Why would the left keep on changing the name of its collectivist ideologies?
First it was socialism, then communism, followed by fascism, Leninism or Maoism, and a bunch of other misleading labels.  They are doing this to dupe a new slew of suckers into voting away their freedom, going so far as to reduce the effectiveness of the school system to raise a generation that will fall for all of this once again.
But why are they doing this?
With socialism, your time, labor, and property are under the control of a governmental ruling class.  It is redistributed — used to buy votes — as they see fit.
What do you call it when your time, labor, and property are controlled by someone else?  Just like socialism, it starts with an S — for slavery.
You must fool people into enslaving themselves by making them think they are getting something for nothing, or “saving the planet” (whatever that means).  The dirty little secret is that just like slavery, socialism must be maintained by force.
Keeping these two things in mind goes a long way in explaining the inherent motivations of the left.
It also explains the old saying that many have forgotten: with socialism, it’s one man, one vote, once.  We’re seeing the results of that now, with some states remaining free, while others are losing their liberty with each round of “votes.”
The free states remain that way because of free and fair elections.
The socialist enslaved states are losing liberty because votes are being bought with other people’s money, cruelly taken by force.  This is going to be the new widening gulf between the free and the socialist slave states, and it’s only going to get worse as the far left obsesses over taking control.
Originally published on the American Thinker  
D Parker is an engineer, inventor, wordsmith, and student of history, the director of communications for a Bill of Rights organization, and a longtime contributor to conservative websites.   Find him on Substack.

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The Fatal Flaw In Our Constitutional Republic

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The founding fathers did not design a system that could withstand what Democrats are now doing to it.
Are there any decent Democrats out there anymore?  Are they sick and tired of what the fascist far left has been doing to this country?  Have they become thoroughly disgusted by the lies, deception, cheating, and gaslighting promulgated by their side in a headlong pursuit of power?
The election two years ago highlighted the fatal flaw in our constitutional republic — a flaw that only has been made worse this time around.  Our system isn’t designed to withstand it if one side loses its moral underpinnings in favor of a lust for power and is willing to do anything to win.
Many tried to ignore the problem back then, but it didn’t help that leftist liberty-deniers jeered about the issue as preparation for using the same tactics in the midterms.
Now it’s happened once again, and the perpetrators have become even more polished in how they’ve manipulated the system they set up for a long past “emergency.”  We can no longer whistle past the graveyard of constitutional republics and pretend that we even have a two-party system.
There are those who argue that we should at least try to compete along the same lines as the illegitimate left, but whom are we kidding?  Leftists have set up the system to their advantage: a drawn-out election season favors those willing to vote for a living.  Activists who falsely think they are “saving the planet” or other such facile nonsense will always outcompete those who are actually useful to society.
Anti-liberty leftists love phrases like “a race to the bottom,” so let’s look at the end of the slippery slope.

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If we give in to the insanity of mail-in voting (almost nonexistent everywhere else — go figure), they’ll demand internet voting, making mail-in voting seem like Fort Knox by comparison, or they’ll figure out something even worse (no, we’re not going to give them any ideas).
The problem is that this is just a symptom of a far worse disease.

To paraphrase the old saying from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, “we pretend to vote, and they pretend to listen to us.”
This is a case of the nation’s socialist government growing so out of control that it’s figured out how to ignore the will of the people almost completely.  We already have a bureaucratic behemoth consisting of the triad of an entrenched administrative state, the “Democratic” party, and national propaganda media that would have had Goebbels green with envy.

They used to at least give us a say occasionally, and that’s dangerously diminished over the years, but now the illegitimate election tactics of the liberty-denying Democrats are threatening to remove even that.
The problem is that this highlights a severe flaw in our system, one that can no longer be ignored.
The founding fathers based our constitutional republic on the premise that the people in general would be of good moral character.  They knew there would be small pockets of criminality here and there.  Nevertheless, they set the government on a foundation of Judeo-Christian law
The system they set up is based on following certain basic rules that have served mankind for centuries.  That was the bedrock on which they built the foundation for our Republic.  The Constitution and the Bill of Rights depend on everyone following those rules to keep all the states in the union.  We all abide by the same rules, and that binds us together.
Thus, when a major political party has some states blithely flout those basic rules, it can cause irreparable harm to the unity among the various states.  The system isn’t set up to deal with a situation like that.  The justice system will be reluctant to make decisions in cases like this, and said political party knows this.  Then there is the fact that there is little time for adjudication in these matters.  So the party that plays games with the system is likely to win.  Even worse, its attaining more control gives it even more possibilities for fraud in the next election, in a vicious cycle of corruption.
Each time the bad actors do this, they can entrench their method of “winning” elections while shutting out those who only want free and fair elections so the people can rule themselves, instead of having a faux democracy of a fascist far-left ruling class dictate policy.
While the party of projection has been incessantly complaining about stolen elections for twenty years, they have nothing to account for themselves except screeching nonsensical pejoratives that only divide the country.  Most people consider this to be a major issue, no matter how much they try to downplay it.
We cannot continue the current path.  We keep on verging toward one-party rule, and the party of projection has made it clear that they are out to destroy democracy, along with several other disturbing assertions.  You only have to listen to their incessant accusations against the pro-freedom right to get their message loud and clear.
The election chaos highlights a severe flaw in our system.  If the illegitimate left can get away with ignoring the will of the voters, we no longer have a constitutional republic.
D Parker is an engineer, inventor, wordsmith, and student of history, the director of communications for a Bill of Rights organization, and a longtime contributor to conservative websites.   Find him on Substack.

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