By Lee Parker
I sometimes think I should be called Paulette Revere, because I am constantly warning people, “The feds are coming! The feds are coming!”
Everywhere I look, the United States federal government is trampling our rights to self-determination. It is time for women to become aware of and stand against federal incursions into our families. It is time for women to become patriotic and defend their families against a political system that is invading their right to raise their children as they see fit!
It has been said, “This is a man’s world.” And when it comes to patriotism, this has been especially true. Men have traditionally been responsible for the defense of our country, both physically and philosophically. For example, only 13.5% of the House and 12% of the Senate are female. Men control the congressional process.
However, Members of Congress are not necessarily Patriots. According to President Theodore Roosevelt, “Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by the President…save to the degree in which he himself stands by the country.” “To stand by the country,” means to stand by the principles on which our great Republic was founded and honor everyone’s rights to self-determination and individualism.
In his classic essay Common Sense, Thomas Paine wrote that “government, at its very best, is a necessary evil.” Under our Constitution, the United States government is limited in power and scope to within the boundaries of Washington D.C. So how did the feds get into our schools, churches and families? Why did we allow this invasion into the very foundation of our lives? How did this evil enter into our homes?
We don’t have to look very far for the answer, which is that too many women have abdicated their duties to their families. When the stability of the family unit deteriorates, then society lacks a firm foundation on which to build a future. When American mothers went to work, the family unit broke down. When women became more interested in a raise than in raising their own children, it was then that evil took over the rearing of a generation. Can the federal government do a better job of raising your children than you? To be sure, there are many justifications for women going into the workplace. But these are based mostly on propaganda and lies that we have been spoon-fed from birth.
The United States government has been lying to the American people for well over a century, telling us that we are free when we are really considered to be indentured servants to that same government. We have been told that they can better educate our posterity, so we send our children to public schools where they are turned into functional illiterates!
According to the courts, we give the government legal possession of our children when we use any federal benefit which includes pre-school, food stamps or public school. We sell our children into a life of government servitude when we get them non-required social security numbers and claim them as dependents on IRS forms. Thereafter, they are pressured to pay non-constitutional taxes for the rest of their lives. Further, the social security number gives the government direct authority over our children. This is why Social Services can take children from their homes.
In order to restore our country to its founding principles, women must take a more active role, becoming patriotic and reclaiming their lives and the lives of their children and families from a federal government that uses terror to perpetrate evil on its own citizens. We must not fear to know the truth about this creeping darkness that robs us of hearth and home. We must patriotically stand for our families and force the federal government to return to its constitutional restraints. We must stand next to our men and face this malignant force that wants to steal our property and sell our souls. We must have faith and ask our Creator to help us face the dark truth of government deception. And then, we need to take control of our lives by refusing to cooperate with any programs that restrict our natural right to life, liberty and property.