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On the Judicial Attack
the United States Constitution
F. Earle Fox
These quotes in a letter sent out by Roy Moore tell the story. The two quotes from 1954 are remarkable, and stand as testimony to the Biblical character of the spirit of America, tattered as it may be, but nevertheless with a long and clear history:
"At this moment of our history the principles underlying our American Government and the American Way of Life are under attack by a system whose philosophy is at direct odds with our own."
With those words begins the legislative history of that Act of Congress in 1954 which placed "under God" in the pledge of allegiance.
It was further the intent of those in Congress who drafted that important legislation that,
"The inclusion of God in our pledge therefore would further acknowledge the dependence of our people and our Government upon the moral directions of the Creator."
Today, American is at a crossroads as federal judges continue to deprive us of our right to acknowledge God as the sovereign source of law, liberty, and government.
In 2001, a federal district judge in Kentucky prohibited schools from displaying portions of the Declaration of Independence, simply because that Declaration acknowledges the existence of a sovereign Creator, God, who grants to us inalienable rights.
And in 2002, Judge Alfred Goodwin of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals wrote that the words "under God" in our Pledge of Allegiance were unconstitutional.
Nevertheless, these federal district courts of our land, like the United States Supreme Court, continue to open each session with "God save the United States and this honorable court," and witnesses before the district courts take their oaths, "so help me God."
As in the days of Isaiah, these judges "swear by the name of the Lord, and make mention of the God of Israel, but not in truth nor in righteousness."
For nearly a half century the courts have deceived the people of America to believe that they can recognize God only if they first deny that it is a specific God with sovereign power and a higher law.
This "foolishness" must be stopped by making the truth known that the God of the Bible is the basis upon which we began as a nation and upon Whom our rights and liberties re made secure.
This "foolishness" is nothing less than treason, a highjacking of our Constitution by persons who swore to protect and defend it. But all of this must be put in the context of the "shadow government", the globalist folks who think they can control the world.
The judges, of course, cannot deprive us of those things, they can only make it difficult and painful to take advantage of them. Only God can remove those rights and freedoms, the Civil Government has no authority to do so, and the attempt is legally dead in the water. Making the attempt to remove those freedoms by itself turns the government into an outlaw government.
We, therefore, as many who have gone before us, must have the moral courage and backbone to stand up against these tyrants (whether they are willful and therefore treasonous, or just ill-educated and stupid).
A scant 8 years later after the insertion of "under God ..." into the pledge of allegiance, the Supreme Court decision, Engel vs. Vitale declaring prayer unconstitutional in 1962, was a deliberate subversion of the foundations of America, attempting to put tyrannical power into the hands of the Supreme Court.
And, we, the people, let them do it because we did not understand either the history or the logic of our Declaration and Constitution. Judge Moore is right. This foolishness must be stopped. But it will not be stopped until we, the people stop our own foolishness and self-imposed ignorance.
If American parents do not reclaim from government-centralizing forces the freedom to educate our own children, we will continue getting what we deserve. We cannot sacrifice our own children, our next generation, to the forces of tyranny, we cannot remain ignorant of our own political heritage under God -- and expect God to honor our freedoms.
The two quotes above are but a teeny sample of the materials available to those who wish to honor God as Sovereign over all things, including civil government. They point right at the key issue -- that God, being the Creator of all things is therefore also the source of all morality, and thereby also Sovereign over all political activity.
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Date Posted - 08/08/2010 - Date Last Edited - 07/07/2012