Are you like me in that you are having a difficult time trying to decide what to for the 4th of July holiday? Do you feel like me and feel that we don’t have a lot to celebrate given the present state of affairs?
Because I have a family I will watch the fireworks for their sake and then I will silently say a prayer in which I ask God to bring us a generation of brave Americans who can emulate the deeds of our Founding Fathers instead of the criminals we now have who are destroying the country. However, I must confess that it just does not feel like the 4th of July.
It doesn’t feel like the 4th of July when a quality person and parent like Stacy Lynne, of Fort Collins Colorado, had her son stolen from her over a 19 months ago by the Agenda 21 forces of her community for daring to speak out on behalf the small business owners. Lynne has not been allowed to see her son for over six months and there hasn’t been one allegation made against her parenting skills, nor has she committed a criminal act. Oh, and by the way, the judge who stole Stacy’s son Jaden, Julie Kunce Field, was an Agenda 21 consultant to the World Bank and the IMF and she also shared an office suite with the Colorado Queen of Agenda 21, Pat Stryker.
It doesn’t feel like the 4th of July as America discovers that 200 million of our citizens have been placed in a facial recognition database without our consent and even if we have never committed a crime. Anyone who has a driver’s license, is in the data base.
It doesn’t feel like the 4th of July when Obama’s Executive Order 13603, the National Defense Resources Preparedness, grants the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Labor, the Department of Defense and other agencies complete control of all US resources, including the ability to seize, confiscate or re-delegate resources, materials, services, and facilities as deemed necessary or appropriate to promote the national defense. Obama has criminalized the storing of anything vital and can steal anything on your person or in your home.
It doesn’t feel like the 4th of July when I know that under the NDAA, Obama’s minions can snatch any of us off the street, without due process, for any reason or no reason at all.
It does not feel like the 4th of July when I know that Holder and Obama have proclaimed the legal authority to murder American citizens with drones.
It doesn’t feel like the 4th of July when our traditional allies hate us for our government’s criminal acts. The German government, the French government, the government of Ecuador and the entire EU have all decried this criminal administration’s spying on their activities. In fact, every government in South America has scheduled an emergency meeting after authorities at the behest of the American government diverted the President of Bolivia’s plane, refused the President the right air space and then searched the plane for Snowden.
It just doesn’t feel like the 4th of July when it has been announced that we have we have Russian troops on our soil and will be participating in policing activities at public events.
And it really doesn’t feel like the 4th of July when my sources tell me that soldiers from Latin American countries are practicing to invade the Gulf Region of the United States
It doesn’t feel like the 4th of July when journalists, Michael Hastings and Andrew Breitbart can be murdered for exposing government corruption.
It doesn’t feel like the 4th of July when Snowden proclaims that he will be murdered for exposing illegal activities by the NSA.
It doesn’t feel like the 4th of July when time honored 4th of July celebrations, like the one on the Boston Commons will not allow any bags, cooking, drinks, sports, coolers and will subject revelers to invasive TSA type searchers and X-ray machines with the National Guard looking on. Similar restrictions are being put in place at the National Mall in Washington DC, Atlanta and Denver. It is ironic that celebrations to honor the holiday that once brought unprecedented freedom to our shores have now been reduced to police state training exercises.
I now view the 4th of July as a national day of mourning in remembrance for what we have lost and will continue to lose. May God have mercy on our citizens.