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Silent Scream

tsimitpo Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 3:17 PM
We've all heard that the borrower is servant to the lender, right? Well, most people don't consider that that can happen to a country's government, as well, and in fact it did happen to ours over 60 years ago. It is a well-disguised fact that the judges of our nation are under orders to make our Constitution take a back seat to the Uniform Commercial Code as a requirement of our primary creditor, namely the private Federal Reserve (very misleading name). If we ever had the political will to break out of the chains of our creditors, perhaps we could become a nation under a people's Constitution once again. This probably won't happen as long as we continue to let government play God in His rightful place.

This is not about the 1960’s book Silent Spring, written by the environmentalist Rachael Carson.  It is about the 1960’s people who read the book and who fought against the pesticides released in the environment about which Carson  wrote.  Now known as the Baby Boomers, they went on to fight against civil rights injustice and fight against the Viet Nam war.  

It is about a group of people who read Hegel and Marx.  

They were misguided but willing, in their youthful idealism, to stand up and protest the perceived wrongs they saw occurring in their country and...