Ron Paul Revolution Inspires World to Fight Global Elitist

28 08 2007

America’s most important export has always been our revolution. The revolution that stood up against the mighty British Empire near the peak of their power. This revolution was the inspiration for the later French Revolution. It was the spirit of this revolution that made it possible for the United States of America to attain such a high level of wealth and influence in the world to this day. The revolution was founded on the principles of liberty as identified in our “Bill of Rights” and are seen around the world as an important step in the recognition that these rights are identified as natural human rights and do not originate from government.

The revolutionary idea that the government’s sole function is to serve to protect the liberty of the people and it is not the function of the people to serve the government was a key to this revolution. This is one of the most important positions established by our revolution and was new in the world at that time. It is still a rare position and is becoming rare in this nation as well. This is due to the fact that our individual liberty and rights as legally established in our republic’s founding documents has been diluted with complex legalistic maneuvers that have gone unchecked to this day. The erosion has numerous examples but for this article I will focus on just a few of the most important and dire for the continuation of The American Revolution.

The 2nd amendment in the bill of rights establishes that, “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

The 10th amendment in the bill of rights establishes that, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

This clearly established that the People are the ultimate authority of the right to keep and bear arms and not Federal or State Government.

These fundamental safeguards to our liberty have been attacked and eroded over the many years since our founding. In the 1920’s and 1930’s the states began to pass legislation that would erode our rights by enacting laws against the carrying of firearms. These laws were the first of many state laws that were passed that directly infringed on the rights of the people as is clearly established in the second and tenth amendments.

In more recent years during the Clinton Presidency the Federal State overstepped its constitutional bounds directly and enacted legislation that infringed on our right to import a certain class of firearms identified in the Assault Weapons Ban. They also enacted laws redefining the Militia outside its historical scope as being every able bodied man. The big government establishment further redefined this historic Militia as domestic terrorist groups instead of the traditional defenders of the American Revolution.

These are only a couple of examples but the root of the problem has been that when the states acted against the constitution of the United States the laws were not challenged. A people’s petition to their government for a redress of grievances is taken far more seriously when delivered on the end of a bayonet. You will find many more examples of this erosion of our natural human rights in Ron Paul’s book Freedom Under Siege that is linked at the right hand side of this page or available back in print at the Mises Institute web site.

Clearly Ron Paul is the leading advocate for liberty and individual rights of any of the candidates running now for President of the United States. He is in fact one of the leading advocates for liberty in recent history. Evidence on Youtube is that the World Loves Ron Paul and wants him to be our President as much as many of us do. He is stirring the revolutionary fire of the founding fathers as no other politician in recent history has. People in Belgium, UK, Turkey, Singapore, Brazil, and many other nations have put up videos in support of Ron Paul. His speeches are viewed by freedom seeking people from every nation by the tens of thousands.

They can’t contribute to the campaign but they are ordering signs, stickers, buttons and every other piece of political paraphernalia available from the Ron Paul campaign and even purchasing things on ebay when the proceeds will be donated by the seller to the Ron Paul campaign. Restoration of our republic is vital. The continued export of the American Revolution in its most recent form will be the best way to secure our liberty and will inspire the people of other nations to carry the fight to their capitals and secure liberty for their own nations.

We have to keep up the fight and restore our republic and reinstate the rule of law. Ron Paul is a great source of inspiration for this fight and we will win if we simply refuse to ever quit the fight. The globalist will tire of the fight long before we will because our American Revolution has deep roots in this nation and is in increasing demand the world over. digg story




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29 08 2007
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