Missouri's 7th District, U.S. House of Representatives




The Enemy of Humanity

Congress should
  • repeal the Constitution and abolish the United States of America

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"It would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were thrown into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones."
Luke 17:2

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy by Ronald Reagan. He was associate editor of the Wall Street Journal. He was a columnist for Business Week, Scripps Howard News Service, and Creators Syndicate. He has had many university appointments, including Stanford University, where he was Senior Research Fellow in the Hoover Institution, George Mason University where he had a joint appointment as professor of economics and professor of business administration, and Georgetown University where he held the William E. Simon Chair in Political Economy in the Center for Strategic and International Studies. His internet columns have attracted a worldwide following. Roberts' latest books are The Failure of Laissez Faire Capitalism and Economic Dissolution of the West and How America Was Lost. Roberts says:

Americans need to understand that they have lost their country. The rest of the world needs to recognize that Washington is not merely the most complete police state since Stalinism, but also a threat to the entire world. The hubris and arrogance of Washington, combined with Washington’s huge supply of weapons of mass destruction, make Washington the greatest threat that has ever existed to all life on the planet. Washington is the enemy of all humanity.
How America Was Lost

Really? Can this astonishing claim be supported by the evidence?

Isn't North Korea or Iran more evil and more dangerous than the federal government of the United States?

The United States fosters Violence

North Korea may be more evil, but it is not more dangerous. You are more likely to be deprived of your life, liberty or property by an agent of the United States than by a North Korean or a recruit for ISIS. The United States already has a track record for staggering violence, and gives every indication of being willing to unleash even more unimaginable violence on you and your world.

The United States fosters Ignorance

This comes as no surprise to anyone who looks at the United States from a Christian worldview.

  • The United States Supreme Court once boasted that the United States was "a Christian nation."
  • The Supreme Court repudiated that long-standing heritage decades ago, and is now engaged in a War on God and Christian morality.
  • The federal government will not even allow public school teachers to teach students that the Declaration of Independence is really true, because that document is based on the Christian worldview. Students can only be told that some folks a long time ago used to believe it was true. While most public school students know that Barack Obama is the President of the United States, most cannot name the Vice President, their Congressman or Senators, or summarize even the most basic features of American government as laid out in the Constitution.
    • Jefferson said, "If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.
    • America's Founders would say the United States is a "tyranny."
  • Of course, nearly half of all students in inner cities drop out of school before finishing high school, and half of those who finish school are functionally illiterate.
  • 400 years ago, public schools were formed to teach the Bible. The U.S. now bans the Bible; American students, who once led the world, now rank behind two dozen other nations in academic achievement; their lack of manners have earned the disrespect of the entire world, and Americans pay $12,608 per public school student per year for this educational malpractice.
The United States is no longer
a "City upon a Hill."
It is an imperialist monster.

The U.S. Federal Government now seeks to impose its anti-Christian worldview on the entire world.

The United States is a tyranny.”
The Declaration of Independence says
patriots have a duty to abolish tyrannical governments.
The U.S. federal government exercises domestic tyranny over the American People, who are considered the "enemies" by the government.

Every single person who signed The Declaration of Independence (1776) and the Constitution (1787) would take immediate steps to repeal the Constitution and abolish the government it created.

A True American Accepts His Duty to Abolish Tyranny

The Declaration of Independence says we have a "duty" to "abolish" any government that becomes a threat to the unalienable rights with which we were endowed by our Creator. We have for too long neglected that duty. The United States denies the existence of the Creator, and is the largest threat to the rights of billions of human beings around the world. Without muskets or violence of any kind, the United States must be abolished. You are not a "good American" if you disagree. You show no respect to America's Founders if you disagree. (Or, you are a victim of educational malpractice.)

Gallup International’s poll of 68 countries for 2014 found the US as the greatest threat to peace in the world, voted three times more dangerous to world peace than the next country.

Among Americans, we overall voted our own nation as the 4th most dangerous to peace, and with demographics of students and 18-24 year-olds also concluding the US as the world’s greatest threat.

2014 Gallup International poll: US #1 threat to world peace

July, 2015: The United Nations supports pro-family policy; The United States Opposes it.

“[T]he United States lobbied [against it] with great energy,” says Slater, noting that pushing the LGBT agenda abroad has become a “primary objective of our nation's foreign policy.” She even reports that our delegation threatened to withhold foreign aid to developing nations if they affirmed the natural family.
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