ConspiracyTheorizing: There IS a Grand Conspiracy to Reduce the People Under Absolute Despotism

October 12, 2015 in Christianity, Columnists, Government, Je Suis Spike, News, Religion by RBN Staff

 

Most Don’t Know it Because Most Don’t, as Our Founders Did, Know That God is the Author of Liberty

It is the Christian God, alone, who prepares liberty for the people, all others prepare religion, an oppressive, mindless bond, for the people, including those whose religion is Government.

http://republicbroadcasting.org/news/jesus-told-satan-no-who-said-yes-to-satan/

Our nation is based upon the understanding that there is a grand conspiracy that ought to be resisted. First let me make absolutely clear that those who dismiss a claim as a “conspiracy theory” without having investigated, it are as close-minded as those who dismiss disagreement with President Obama as racist and disagreement with President Bush as liberal pap. Before dismissing an argument that is not self-evident in its error, one ought to investigate it. I will personally entertain ANY argument until it is logically indefensible by methodology or utilizes a patently false premise. I will not dismiss an argument out-of-hand because I don’t like its conclusion implicit or explicit. Those who signed the Declaration of Independence would doubtless be called conspiracy theorists in America today in the same way you can be certain that if Jesus came to America today, he’d be killed again.

How do I KNOW that those who signed the Declaration of Independence recognized a grand conspiracy, demanding that those of us who benefit by their overthrowing King George, who was called, among many other titles, prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire, and how can I PROVE the founders knew of this conspiracy? I merely use the founders’ words. Within the declaration we find these words: “…when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.” The founders wrote as though it was inevitable that conspiracy would overtake the people through government, saying “WHEN, [not IF,] a long train of abuses and usurpations PURSUING INVARIABLY THE SAME OBJECT EVINCES A DESIGN to reduce them [the people] under absolute Despotism..,” They knew conspiracy lives because they were not students of luxury and television, but knew because they were students of history, both biblical and secular, that it is inevitable that Satan seeks and finds willing souls to corrupt government and use government against the people. Our government does not infringe the people’s rights accidentally, but by DESIGN, as the founders inform us. If there was not a plan to reduce the people under despotism, government would err on occasion and the people would regain some freedom not continue, INVARIABLY, to have government trample our freedom.

Oh, there’s a plan, all right, to reduce the people under despotism, but it’s right out in front of us these days, not hidden well at all. The problem for the people, though, is that it has been enacted slowly, as the frog is boiled slowly, and it’s hard for people to believe they are not free when their idea of freedom has devolved from the ability, unharassed by government, to worship God in accordance with the dictates of conscience, to the ability to drink beer and watch television ALOT. Just as the bible speaks of some people having the appearance of godliness but denying the power thereof, so does our nation somewhat yet have the appearance of a republic but the people are denied the benefits thereof, as corruption reigns in form and deed.

What did Jefferson say? “I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that his justice cannot sleep forever.” We allowed the Supreme Court, the Legislature and the President to kick God out of our public squares, marriages, classrooms and the womb. While God tarries in that He would that none perish but all come to repentance, I agree with Tomas Jefferson, that the Lord will rouse one day and He will give us what we seek, a view of His back as He walks away from us.

Je Suis Spike