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Tuesday, July 04, 2017

The American Experiment is dead. Or, Happy Dependence Day, suckers.

Was it murdered? Sure, but suicide is a better word for what happened.

The idea was a novel one: "Let's find out if  a free nation can stay free by passing its heritage of freedom to successive generations."

The verdict is in and AmeriKKKa has failed. Sure, it is still better here than lots of other places, but that is a pretty low standard compared to what this place should be. (And what many people pretend it is.)

What happened? That's easy, kiddies. We don't produce enough good people to sustain our freedom. A free society requires decent, smart, hard-working, selfless, and honest citizens just to survive, let alone thrive.

Ignorant, lazy, selfish, careless, and perverse folks make excellent slaves. They will sell their freedom for a trifle because they don't know any better and being free is difficult and requires one to be responsible.

Look around you. Look into your own heart and be honest with yourself. Can you honestly say you and your neighbors are worthy of freedom?


TheChurchMilitant: Sometimes anti-social, but always anti-fascist since 2005.



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