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The people of the United States have been taught a revisionist view
of the Founding Fathers for seventy years. The view they've been
taught is that the Founding Fathers were either deists or, worse,
atheists; and that they did not deliberately create a nation solidly
constructed on the principles that our rights are inalienable.
Students in our schools have been taught that our "rights" are
based on the retractable benevolence of government, not on the
knowledge that liberty is an inherent right from God. The attempts
to link God with government, the revisionists claim, is a recent
event by Christians who were attempting to remodel the fabric of
America by weaving God into pages of history even though, the
revisionists claim, the Founding Fathers deliberately penned into
the founding documents the precept of "separation of Church and
State." The eraser has been applied to the Word of God in our society
because the globalists attempting to create world government learned
between World Wars I and II that patriotism is rooted in a belief in God.
Erase God and patriotism can be erased as well.

The attack on God, while ongoing by revisionists within the academia since the founding of the United Nations and the belief of the globalists in the early 1940s that they were on the cusp of world government, began in earnest in the United States with a letter in May, 1989 from the American Bar Association to its members promoting a seminar on what they described as "...the leading edge of an explosive new area of law..." suing churches, Christian leaders and Christian activists. The seminar was entitled "Expanding the Use of Tort Law Against Religion." Between 1947 and 1989 as the social progressive academia rewrote the history of the United States. They claimed—and it has been taught as fact in our schools—that that the Founding Fathers were not Christians, and did not intend to entwine God with government. The social progressives claim that the Founding Fathers explicitly intended there be a distinct separation of Church and State, based on the 1st Amendment tenet forbidding government from creating a State religion. Found in the 1st Amendment is a prohibition directed exclusively against government from interfering with the rights of the American people to practice their religion whenever and wherever they please, and banning government from making any laws that interfered with that inherent right—without interference, conditions or restrictions.

By legislating from the bench by coupling the 1st Amendment religious liberty with Article 18 § 3 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the federal courts manipulated religious liberty as a conditional rather than inherent right. This court-construed "conditional" right that applies only to Christians (not Muslims, Wiccans, Hindus, or any other non-Christian sect) mandates that they may not publicly display religiousity to the extent of wearing Christian symbols or Christian garb that proclaims Jesus Christ is Lord. Nor may they pray, in public, in "Jesus' name"—a commandment of God.

Christian America, wake up. We have until Nov. 2, 2010 to change this. If Christian America does not take back both Houses of Congress with enough of a majority to impeach every social progressive in government, and remove them from office (including every federal judge who has opted to incorporate UN or international law into the US code), this nation will cease to exist as a free nation on Nov. 6, 2012 when a gunless American casts their votes in the presidential election of 2012.


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