MORALS: THE CONSTITUTION AND GOD | nationalsalvation.net
Our constitution refers many times to God; we have our God given rights, laws and so forth. The great men who wrote the constitution were well aware of the depravity of pagan law; rights afforded to a society by the grace of god could never be taken away or usurped by a tyrant.
This worked fine for a period of time. Human secularists and Marxists believe in rule and rights derived by man, 60 million human beings lost their lives in the 20th century because of this fraud.
So where does this all fit in today. PC, multiculturalism and racism are three parts of that new religion that is destroying our white race. This religion is based upon rule and law derived by man; they warp all our concepts of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
If brown skin immigration is not worshiped we are called racist, we are denying their right to liberty. If we do not tolerate their alien customs, we are denying their right to liberty. If we refuse to accept them with open arms and fail to provide them with benefits beyond what we possess, we are denying their right to a life on easy street.
When man replaced god, we ended up with this sick and twisted logic, few question how prejudiced this is against our people. Our rights and our liberties were God given; from there it was up to each individual to make the best of it, that's what freedom is all about.
The church in America today has sold out each and everyone of us; they only preach what is in style. The church has lost faith in god and turned to man for guidance, how else can we explain their refusal to fight the PC crowd, god never takes sides, if only these religious idiots would open their eyes and see how used and abused they have become.
Comment by Alan B.
I corrected Alan and told him that the Constitution does not MENTION God a single time.
That is a common misconception, and the rest of what Alan said was, as usual, thoughtful and worth reading.
What he is talking about is generally IMO accurate, but we must always remember that the name of God is just as good an excuse for evil as secularism is.
Better, actually, because at least the secularists are not committing BLASPHEMY.
I was outraged when Bob Jones IV suddenly switched sides on the Confederate flag in South Carolina. It had been flying over the state capitol over thirty years and he had never objected. Then the businessmen objected to it, the moneymen, fearing an NAACP boycott.
So the Citadel and Bob Jones suddenly decided the flag was bad.
What is funny is that there is STILL an active NAACP boycott against SC, but nobody notices. They panicked over nothing, as those who follow in the steps of The Greatest Generation so often do.
But what enraged me was Bob Jones's REASON for switching sides. Like Governor Beasley, he picked a very convenient time to do it and said GOD told him to. He quoted some scripture that had been there two thousand years before the flag went up. He said it offended blacks. If it did that, why hadn't he said so thirty years earlier?
I have not abandoned my Bible Belt rearing. A person who switches sides for money is bad, but a person who says GOD told him to do it is EVIL. He is claiming to speak for God to people who TRUST him for the well being of their souls.
If you speak for God, then you are to that extent claiming to BE God. Unlike Jesus, you don't take responsibility for what you are saying. Right or wrong, Jesus Christ is a HERO to me. He told the Jews,
"***I*** am the way the truth and the light. NO ONE goes to the Father BUT BY ME." You can't get less subtle than THAT. But preachers keep telling us he didn't mean the Jews. So whom the hell was he talking to in Roman Palestine, Buddhists?
I taught Constitutional Law, but I resented that TITLE. There is nothing constitutional about Constitutional Law.
Judges say they just speak for the Constitution. But if you say, "All the states that ratified the Constitution had and ENFORCED laws against miscegenation, but I don't like them, so the Constitution says they're unconstitutional" you are not interpreting anything, you are not speaking for anything but yourself. What they call "Constitutional Law" is Judge Law.
When preachers and priests and rabbis get together and declare that all of them agree that their purpose is to help the poor that is not charming to me. That is not just a statement of good intentions. They say they are speaking for GOD.
Jesus said "the poor we have always with us" and it said it for a REASON. He said very, very specifically after that that the poor we have with us always but he was here only once, and for the salvation of souls.
When Jesus told the rich young man to give all he had to the poor, the important point was, AND FOLLOW ME. Jesus always spoke, not of the harm to the poor, but of the damage to the souls of the rich and greedy that, in his opinion, sent them to a place far worse than all the suffering all the poor on earth combined could ever suffer in THIS world.
So the churches get together and say Jesus was worried about social justice for the poor. This does NOT charm me. The simple fact is that, like Bob Jones IV and Beasley, they no longer BELIEVE in that heaven-and-hell stuff and they want to be "socially relevant."
I RESENT that. If they want to help the poor, stop spending church money left to the church by believing Christians in their wills for social causes and get into SECULAR welfare work. They would be decent people if they WERE open secularists. But they want their nice, safe jobs. Bob Jones wants his family business to keep bankrolling him.
It is not HONORABLE to claim to speak for God or the Constitution if you are not doing it. I believe in Jesus maybe 1% but I believe in HONOR 100%.
I believe in the Constitution but I would spit in a judge's face. Jesus is a hero to me, but I would throw most preachers and priests, and especially bishops and Bob Jones IVs, into the sewer where they belong.
Alan has it right. What he has to learn from Bob is the other tricks of the evil trade he is talking about.