Episode 427:Destroying (Democracy) The Republic

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Please read through all 13 pages of ‘Destroying Democracy The Republic’ because there are Many References and Links that give you the deeper perspective as to why I want to destroy democracy as presently messaged and manipulated.

Destroying Democracy – Really?

Destroying LibertyWe have heard the loud cries of groups, peoples, ideologues, media personalities, bureaucrats and politicians telling us who is ‘Destroying Democracy.’ For the last decade or more those shouting the loudest are pundits, politicians, pastors and professors. Worse are the Repudicans who also use the term ‘Democracy’ as if it is the key to liberty and not chaos.

Over the last three meetings in particular, The World Economic Forum has promoted discussions declaring the worse offenders poised to destroy democracy as ‘populists’ and most recently, Christian nationalists. Hmm, and all this time I understood ‘populists’ to be people, freedom loving, liberty minded individuals who participate in governance – the foundational meaning of democracy.

Let’s face it, not even the likes of Tucker Carlson take the time to fully define democracy in these United States. What we really have in the messaging is the substitutive phraseology of ‘Destroying Democracy The Republic.’ None of the afore mentioned want to clarify what form of government is guaranteed by the Constitution, nor what form of government is guaranteed to the States by the Constitution. Yet, we have all the intelligentsia, bureaucrats, politicians and clergy declaring our ‘democracy’ is in danger. Really?

Factually speaking, the founders of the Colonies and the United States wanted to destroy the concept of state or national governance by a democracy. They expressly wanted sovereign citizens who were fully educated in the forms of governance, especially republics, to morally exercise individual suffrage, vote, for representation of ALL State Legislators, as well as the ‘lower house,’ in the national government.

Consider St. George Tucker ireferring to ancient Greece:

‘Thus while a democracy may be pronounced to be the only legitimate government, and that form of government, alone which is compatible with the freedom of the nation, and the happiness of the individual, we may perceive that it is on every side surrounded by enemies, ready to sap the foundation, convulse the frame, and totally destroy the fabric. In such a government a sacred veneration for the principles of the constitution, a perfect obedience to the laws, an unremitting vigilance on the part of the people over the conduct of their agents, and the strictest attention to the morals and principles of such as they elect into every office, legislative, executive, or judiciary, seem indispensably necessary to constitute, and to preserve a sufficient barrier against its numerous foes.’

In our present time it is more than just a perception, which St. George Tucker referred to, No, we are ‘on every side surrounded by enemies.’ Internal foes who are sapping the foundation of constitutionalism, convulsing the frame (to include national borders) and totally destroying the fabric of moral governance, the family, the Christian religion and human biology together.

In fact, you already lost the mechanisms of ‘democracy’ to AI. Ponder this as we look at the 2024 elections season: How artificial intelligence silently took over democracy, Aug 9, 2017.

You are as capable as I am to research all the instances that the political class, media and even those claiming to be friendly to Liberty, have either participated in destroying the Republic through policy, managing narratives or tolerating usurpations all tied to preserving democracy. Now these same claim that Constitutionalism and even Christian Nationalism are Destroying Democracy? I say, by all means we actors in the latter should indeed put democracy in its place. Destroying the ‘democracy’ of all the disparagers and usurpers of individual liberty exemplified by the ‘Controlled Democracy’ of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) or its ilk.

Conclusion First:

I want democracy to be destroyed. I want the democracy of Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, mainstream media, demoncrat (CPUSA), the CCP and all other subversions of out historical ideology of individual liberty, to be destroyed.

I want Tucker Carlson and every other repudican that uses the word ‘democracy’ to define what they actually mean and the full context of that meaning.

Yes, you and I want to be leaders in ‘destroying democracy’ for the sake of maintaining the Republic. We must make every effort to destroy democracy, which has been foisted into the conversation, minds and sadly the hearts of many of our citizens. We are responsible to destroy democracy from ‘A Party of Advanced American Democracy,’ one who has and is the source to ‘Educate the people about democracy,’ and who makes claims defining as well as being that necessary for the future of humanity related to the ‘Elementary Points on Democracy.’

And don’t forget about the greater threat of the inculcating influences of the Chinese Communist Party with their ideologies melded into our universities. I want to destroy their ideology of democracy:

‘Whole-process people’s democracy integrates process-oriented democracy with results-oriented democracy, procedural democracy with substantive democracy, direct democracy with indirect democracy, and people’s democracy with the will of the state. It is a model of socialist democracy that covers all aspects of the democratic process and all sectors of society. It is a true democracy that works.’

As Sam Adams would write in his speech regarding the Declaration of Independence:

‘We have now no other alternative than independence, or the most ignominious and galling servitude. The legions of our enemies thicken on our plains; desolation and death mark their bloody career; whilst the mangled corpses of our countrymen seem to cry out to us as a voice from heaven – “Will you permit our posterity to groan under the galling chains of our murderers? Has our blood been expended in vain? Is the only reward which our constancy, till death, has obtained for our country, that it should be sunk into a deeper and more ignominious vassalage? Recollect who are the men that demand your submission; to whose decrees you are invited to pay obedience! Men who, unmindful of their relation to you as brethren, of your long implicit submission to their laws; of the sacrifice which you and your forefathers made of your natural advantages for commerce to their avarice – formed a deliberate plan to wrest from you the small pittance of property which they had permitted you to acquire. Remember that the men who wish to rule over you, are they who, in pursuit of this plan of despotism, annulled the sacred contracts which had been made with your ancestors: conveyed into your cities a mercenary soldiery to compel you to submission by insult and murder – who called your patience, cowardice; your piety, hypocrisy.’

Democracy Delusion

De Tocqueville summarized ‘Democracy in America (these United States) as:

‘the American people, through their chosen representatives who were instructed by their wisdom and experience and were supported by their virtues — cultivated, purified and ennobled by self-reliance and the love of God — had matured, in the excellent wisdom of their counsels, a new plan of government, which embraced every security for their liberties and equal rights and privileges to all in the pursuit of happiness.’ Democracy In America Part I, page 50

To add an earlier perspective, Sam Adams wrote in 1769 that, ‘Royalty controlled by Democracy is a Solecism in Policy.’ Solecism means: ‘Impropriety in language, or a gross deviation from the rules of syntax; incongruity of words;.’ We can modernize this statement in that the oligarchs, corporatists and bureaucrats controlled by Democracy is a gross deviation from the rules of words in respect to meaning and policies.

On this program, I will take you into a journey from the Anti-federalists in the 1780’s into the Communist intent of delusion through the 1950’s and the present, as well as the corporatists-globalists intent to subjugate all living in the present.

To help you gather your thoughts on this, let us first consider a parody from 17 Oct. 1787 by Montezuma:

‘…to submit to our Friends in the first class for their inspection, the following defense of our monarchical, aristocratical democracy.

lst. As a majority of all societies consist of men who (though totally incapable of thinking or acting in governmental matters) are more readily led than driven, we have thought meet to indulge them in something like a democracy in the new constitution, which part we have designated by the popular name of the House of Representatives. But to guard against every possible danger from this lower house, we have subjected every bill they bring forward, to the double negative of our upper house and president. Nor have we allowed the populace the right to elect their representatives annually … lest this body should be too much under the influence and control of their constituents, and thereby prove the “weatherboard of our grand edifice, to show the shiftings of every fashionable gale,”—for we have not yet to learn that little else is wanting to aristocratize the most democratical representative than to make him somewhat independent of his political creators…’

Now from Brutus (Robert Yates), regarding democracy as a bad ideology and political environment. 18 Oct, 1787:

‘Not only the opinion of the greatest men, and the experience of mankind, are against the idea of an extensive republic, but a variety of reasons may be drawn from the reason and nature of things, against it. In every government, the will of the sovereign is the law. In despotic governments, the supreme authority being lodged in one, his will is law, and can be as easily expressed to a large extensive territory as to a small one. In a pure democracy the people are the sovereign, and their will is declared by themselves; for this purpose they must all come together to deliberate, and decide. This kind of government cannot be exercised, therefore, over a country of any considerable extent; it must be confined to a single city, or at least limited to such bounds as that the people can conveniently assemble, be able to debate, understand the subject submitted to them, and declare their opinion concerning it.

In a free republic, although all laws are derived from the consent of the people, yet the people do not declare their consent by themselves in person, but by representatives, chosen by them, who are supposed to know the minds of their constituents, and to be possessed of integrity to declare this mind.’

Richard Henry Lee, The Federal Farmer, concerning representation and somewhat predictive regarding national elections. From his 10 Oct. 1787 article:

‘The people of this country, in one sense, may all be democratic; but if we make the proper distinction between the few men of wealth and abilities, and consider them, as we ought, as the natural aristocracy of the country, and the great body of the people, the middle and lower classes, as the democracy, this federal representative branch will have but very little democracy in it, even this small representation is not secured on proper principles.—The branches of the legislature are essential parts of the fundamental compact, and ought to be so fixed by the people, that the legislature cannot alter itself by modifying the elections of its own members. This, by a part of Art. 1. Sect. 4. the general legislature may do, it may evidently so regulate elections as to secure the choice of any particular description of men.—It may make the whole state one district—make the capital, or any places in the state, the place or places of election—it may declare that the five men (or whatever the number may be the state may chuse) who shall have the most votes shall be considered as chosen—In this case it is easy to perceive how the people who live scattered in the inland towns will bestow their votes on different men—and how a few men in a city, in any order or profession, may unite and place any five men they please highest among those that may be voted for—and all this may be done constitutionally, and by those silent operations, which are not immediately perceived by the people in general.—I know it is urged, that the general legislature will be disposed to regulate elections on fair and just principles:—This may be true—good men will generally govern well with almost any constitution: but why in laying the foundation of the social system, need we unnecessarily leave a door open to improper regulations?’

Communist Party Democracy

I have already given you several articles from the Communist Party USA that reach the heart of their ideology which is contrary to yet often similar with that which the Founders rejected. Yet ultimately, their ideological reality is in how our elections are being usurped. I leave this point on the communist with ‘Why “vote against fascism”?

This is the destruction of De Tocqueville idealism, that variety of American democracy and our Constitutional Republic all summed up in the demise of our elections.

UN and Globalists Democracy not an American Foundational concept

When it comes to destroying democracy, the United Nations and globalists of all stations are the wizards of word shaping with hypocrisies of the upper end of hyperbolic misrepresentation. Here is the link to the United Nations concept of Democracy. It begins with worthwhile words and then quickly becomes unrecognizable and untenable in the following discourse.

For a continuous confusion on how the word ‘democracy’ is managed from a panel of spokes persons at the 2023 World Economic Forum. Pay attention to the person speaking from US Aid.

How did Costa Rica become the leader in what democracy should look like? Do you agree with this outline and description?

Take a look at the 2022 WEF discussion on democracy as well. Consider the broad ranging thoughts and ideologies from these direct comments:

“Democracy is wonderful,” Timothy Snyder, the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University, felt compelled to state.

True, said Sherry Rehman, Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Climate Change, though “different countries experience democracy quite differently.”

Egils Levits, the President of Latvia, was able to point to at least one enemy of democracy everyone could agree on: populism. It “offers wrong answers to the right problems,” he quipped.

Is the global and the US mystification of democracy like that in De Tocqueville’s opening comments:

‘In no country in Europe has the great social revolution which I have been describing made such rapid progress as in France; but it has always been borne on by chance. The heads of the State have never had any forethought for its exigencies, and its victories have been obtained without their consent or without their knowledge. The most powerful, the most intelligent, and the most moral classes of the nation have never attempted to connect themselves with it in order to guide it. The people has consequently been abandoned to its wild propensities, and it has grown up like those outcasts who receive their education in the public streets, and who are unacquainted with aught but the vices and wretchedness of society. The existence of a democracy was seemingly unknown, when on a sudden it took possession of the supreme power. Everything was then submitted to its caprices; it was worshipped as the idol of strength; until, when it was enfeebled by its own excesses, the legislator conceived the rash project of annihilating its power, instead of instructing it and correcting its vices; no attempt was made to fit it to govern, but all were bent on excluding it from the government.

The consequence of this has been that the democratic revolution has been effected only in the material parts of society, without that concomitant change in laws, ideas, customs, and manners which was necessary to render such a revolution beneficial. We have gotten a democracy, but without the conditions which lessen its vices and render its natural advantages more prominent; and although we already perceive the evils it brings, we are ignorant of the benefits it may confer.’

Considering Europe and particularly France, De Tocqueville noted this about democracy that somewhat follows the WEF discussions:

‘It appears to me beyond a doubt that sooner or later we shall arrive, like the Americans, at an almost complete equality of conditions. But I do not conclude from this that we shall ever be necessarily led to draw the same political consequences which the Americans have derived from a similar social organization. I am far from supposing that they have chosen the only form of government which a democracy may adopt; but the identity of the efficient cause of laws and manners in the two countries is sufficient to account for the immense interest we have in becoming acquainted with its effects in each of them.’

Ultimately, the question has to be: What is the protection of individual liberty within the context of the vast ideologies, definitions and implementation of democracy? What will it be or should it be in the continuum of exercising Constitutionalism in these United States of America?

You and Destroying Democracy The Republic

What do you understand democracy to be? How do you want democracy to act within our Constitutional Republic? Should we allow the external and internal forces to destroy the Foundational ideas and implementation of democracy in the U. S.?

Ultimately, I want the democracy concepts of those who are redefining historical foundational liberty for the godless, immoral, socialist/communist ideas of democracy to be rejected and eliminated in our Republic. To be Destroyed so the Republic and individual liberty remains the essence of these United States.

I want to see the Communist Party USA far reaching ideology of democracy spewed and inculcated into every fabric of our society and institutions destroyed.

Yes, the other perspectives of democracy in other nations can and should be studied to understand what violates our Constitutional Republic but they cannot be the essence of it as we now have and are being invaded with. The illegal immigration, with all of its nonfunctional perspectives of democracy are destroying foundational truth. Think about it, Mass Migration (see News Article #1 and #2) is NOT democracy in action but ignorant cowardice of minions desperate for gentile overlords or desirous to carry out jihadists revolution upon the free citizens of the United States.

Only the American Revolution foundational view of democracy will keep the United States a free Constitutional Republic. That American democracy that De Tocqueville wrote of:

‘This happened in 1620, and from that time forwards the emigration went on. The religious and political passions which ravaged the British Empire during the whole reign of Charles I drove fresh crowds of sectarians every year to the shores of America. In England the stronghold of Puritanism was in the middle classes, and it was from the middle classes that the majority of the emigrants came. The population of New England increased rapidly; and whilst the hierarchy of rank despotically classed the inhabitants of the mother-country, the colony continued to present the novel spectacle of a community homogeneous in all its parts. A democracy, more perfect than any which antiquity had dreamt of, started in full size and panoply from the midst of an ancient feudal society.’

The ultimate fight is over the ideological definition of ‘democracy’ and how it is implemented.

What are your belief and intentions for ‘democracy’ in America? Are you searching as De Tocqueville did? What do you see?

‘I confess that in America I saw more than America; I sought the image of democracy itself, with its inclinations, its character, its prejudices, and its passions, in order to learn what we have to fear or to hope from its progress.

In the first part of this work I have attempted to show the tendency given to the laws by the democracy of America, which is abandoned almost without restraint to its instinctive propensities, and to exhibit the course it prescribes to the Government and the influence it exercises on affairs. I have sought to discover the evils and the advantages which it produces. I have examined the precautions used by the Americans to direct it, as well as those which they have not adopted, and I have undertaken to point out the causes which enable it to govern society. I do not know whether I have succeeded in making known what I saw in America, but I am certain that such has been my sincere desire, and that I have never, knowingly, moulded facts to ideas, instead of ideas to facts.’

Sam Adams Wisdom

From Sam’s speech on the Declaration of Independence:

‘From the day on which an accommodation takes place between England and America, on any other terms than as independent States, I shall date the ruin of this country. A politic minister will study to lull us into security, by granting us the full extent of our petitions. The warm sunshine of influence would melt down the virtue, which the violence of the storm rendered more firm and unyielding. In a state of tranquillity, wealth and luxury, our descendants would forget the arts of war, and the noble activity and zeal which made their ancestors invincible. Every art of corruption would be employed to loosen the bond of union which renders our assistance formidable. When the spirit of liberty which now animates our hearts and gives success to our arms is extinct, our numbers will accelerate our ruin, and render us easier victims to tyranny. Ye abandoned minions of an infatuated ministry, if peradventure (uncertainty or doubt) any should yet remain among us! – remember that a Warren and Montgomery are numbered among the dead. Contemplate the mangled bodies of our countrymen, and then say, What should be the reward of such sacrifices? Bid us and our posterity bow the knee, supplicate the friendship, and plough, and sow, and reap, to glut the avarice of the men who have let loose on us the dogs of war to riot in our blood, and hunt us from the face of the earth? If we 1ove wealth better than liberty, the tranquillity of servitude, than the animating contest of freedom – go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.’

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1. Most are embedded in the posting.

2. The Constitution Is a Plutocratic Document in Jacobin.com

3. Exclusive: Republicans Drafting Bills to Remove Joe Biden from Ballots in Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania – Breitbart.com

4. How artificial intelligence silently took over democracy – 2017 article.

5. The Mother Science of Democracy – A very good article by Robert Thornett that I did not actually reference but it hits on some common points of De Tocqueville.

6. White House Says Donald Trump Supporters Are a ‘Threat to Our Democracy’

7. What the West Gets Wrong About China – Three fundamental misconceptions by Rana Mitter and Elsbeth Johnson

8. Full text: China: Democracy That Works – by CCP Embassy in US

9. Democracy in China: Challenge or Opportunity? By Yu Keping

10. China’s Threat to Global Democracy

This Weeks News Articles

1. “Mass Migration Blueprints” Reveal NGOs “Carefully Planned” US Migrant Invasion, Report Says

2. Illegal Alien Invasion Maps Exposed

3. Federal immigration policy created a national wave of pro-Hamas and anti-Israel demonstrations, according to the Washington Post.

4. Salon Magazine: Mike Johnson, GOP Pose Greater Threat to Democracy than Osama bin Laden

5. Turkish lawmaker George Aslan caused a controversy by delivering a Christian message to Assyrians in their Syriac language.

6. Nicaragua arrested 11 Evangelical leaders and launched an investigation into three Americans on Wednesday.

7. Christians in Nigeria will celebrate Christmas this year facing a relentless onslaught of jihadist terrorism.

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