CENTRALIZING POWER: THE TYRANTS’ AGENDA
By Timothy N. Baldwin, JD.
June 3, 2010
In Part 2 of this article, I established that attempting to restore freedom within the current system and union is ineffectual. Freedom’s studier should know the circumstances in which the American colonies seceded from Great Britain in comparison to the circumstances of the States’ plight today. The results should lead concerned persons to conclude that the people of the States have long lived in submission beyond what the founders deemed in conformity to our duty to man and God. America’s comfort, unprincipled character and unwillingness to pledge our lives, fortunes and sacred honor have, in part, created the infatuation to “restore freedom” within the debauched system of the federal government. To restore freedom, the people must act outside the system, just as America’s founding generation did.
Attorney Jonathon Edmond wrote an article entitled, A Blueprint For Resurrecting Our Republic, which accurately and diplomatically describes the reasons why, in fact, the people of the States are living in slavery to the federal government and which illustrates that federal bureaucracy operates as the rule of law and not the consent of the governed. Indeed, the title of his article, and ones like it, acknowledges that the Republic has been destroyed. Why else would it need to be “resurrected” if it were not dead? Why else would freedom need to be restored or reclaimed if it were not destroyed?