Revolutionaries Just Are Not What They Used to Be

March 16, 2021 in Columnists, News by RBN Staff


By Je suis Spike for RBN



The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America

When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people[, comprised of people groups, subjectively divided and united by skin “color,” ethnicity, tribal claims (reality-based and imagined, including self-identified), a multitude of genders, and other identities created specifically to put asunder that which is normal and natural] to dissolve the political bands which have connected [and oppressed] them with [and by] another [group of racist, sexist, homophobic and otherwise heartless fascists which rules by microaggressions of a brutal nature, including- but not limited to- mean words, eye-rolling, smirks, division by individual capabilities and accomplishments such as grading homework and tests in school and rewarding exemplary work with money and promotion] and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal [and superior] station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God [Gaia] entitle them [due to our superior understanding that tolerance means what we say it does, all other claims being hateful], a decent [and magnanimous] respect to the opinions of mankind [whom we identify as worthy] requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.
[In short, “WE’RE BETTER THAN YOU!”]


Nothing better illustrates, I think, what a DANGEROUS joke [these people] are than comparing/contrasting them with the men (yes, men) who, imperfect as they were, imperfectly implementing an imperfect, if inspired, plan, in an imperfect world, laid out their reasons to all of mankind for separating themselves from tyranny.


I don’t suggest that many people have no case for their gripes.  I have some I could back up with a logical, cogent argument that begins with, “my rights are being abrogated by a government that is out-of-control and has been for many, many years.”  Virtually all of us could make that case.


But these people, [to whom I refer in the opening paragraph with brackets], misidentify rights.  They are confusing rights with license.  The rightful claim, implied in the opening paragraph, that God must be obeyed before men, they have turned into, “Nobody’s the boss of me.” and, as such, they replace The Creator with their own, fallible and self-centered hearts which, like anybody’s heart, unregenerated, is wicked and deceitful above all things. These new “revolutionaries” want to control  government power and use it to suppress those who disagree with them.


My own heart needs work; I won’t lie to you.  But I know it, and that, like a path chosen, broad or narrow, makes all the difference.


Rights come from God, not the state.

“You have rights antecedent to all earthly governments; rights that cannot be repealed or restrained by human laws; rights derived from the Great Legislator of the Universe.”

–John Adams, second President of the United States


I would urge you to take care that you do not restrain any man or nation of men from the exercise of their rights as given them by the Great Legislator of the Universe. If you do, you will answer, one day, to the Great Executive (Executor) of the Universe, having been judged by the Great Judge of the Universe. In the heavens, the position of Lawmaker, Judge and Executive are all assumed by one being, if in three forms. When you meet that being, be humble.