Globalist elites want to take away liberties and freedoms

The globalist elites will make trillions upon trillions of dollars with a “great reset” and possibly a worldwide takeover of the economy. Society is in danger of losing our rights, liberties and freedoms. The globalist elites will do whatever it takes in order to enable this economic and social “reset”; and Covid is the perfect and convenient excuse.

Millions of people have already lost their jobs, businesses and way of life. The globalists want to enlarge Amazon. Small businesses and local mom and pop shops will have to shut down to make way for the likes of Amazon and Alibaba. People will go bankrupt, lose millions on the stock market and the globalist elite will come in to swoop them up for pennies on the dollar. This is how they will enrich themselves. This was how the globalist elites made their billions after the great depression of the 1930s. It’s all happened before.

This is also a global thing. Believe me, the world is watching. Everyone is talking about this “great reset” or worldwide take-over. It’s no longer just a conspiracy; it’s all out in the open. Election fraud and corruption is the only way they can force this upon the people. Freedoms and liberties have already eroded all around the world. The same thing will happen around the world–Europe, Asia, Africa. This is the coming globalism. Some have called it “commonism.”

Hong Kong has already on the way of becoming another authoritarian controlled state. If the United States follows this path of socialism and centralized government, it might spell the end of the democratic republic. The right to free speech, freedom of religion, freedom of assembly, press freedom, etc. will slowly erode and disappear.

Americans need to re-read and learn the significance of the U.S. Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and documents like the Magna Carta and essays like the Federalist Papers. These are several of the main foundational documents of America’s democratic republic. I am not an expert on these documents but I believe these ought to be read and taught in schools and in university classrooms–both in and outside the United States. There is lots to be learned from the founders and drafters of the U.S. Constitution.

Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto is not the path to take. It is the wrong path for America and for any nation state. Marxism was not what built-up the United States. It was a limited form of government that enabled free market capitalism to exist in conjunction with the three branches of government: the executive branch (president), the legislature, and the judicial. It’s not always perfect due to human sin, but it is certainly much better than the alternatives of socialism.

Nations states that have taken the path of socialism have all been complete failures. Look at what it did to Russia and China in the early days. Marx’s ideology might be well-meaning on the outside, but at its core, it is evil and requires evil acts, lies and manipulation to implement this “great reset” within a free society.

Young people looking at higher learning, please seek out a good liberal arts education where you can learn the classics of American history and foundations documents like the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and Federalist Papers and the Magna Carta. These are invaluable to a free society and has largely been forgotten.

My father lived an early part of his life in Communist China (blogged about it here). He used to tell me the CCP was evil. I laughed, and didn’t take it seriously back then. Today, having seen what the CCP is doing to innocent Uyghers in Xinjiang, to the Christian Church, and to practitioners of Falun Dafa, I believe my father was totally correct in saying the CCP and Communist ideology was evil. The CCP blatantly abuse people’s basic human rights of freedom of thought, freedom of assembly, freedom of religion and conscience. They also control the media and press in order to control the people. It is not a free country. They steal technology from the west and sell their goods back to the west.

I used to think this globalist elite was just some conspiracy, but today, we are witnessing its willful spread of deception, fraud, lies and corruption. It is happening before our eyes. This is no longer a conspiracy; it has now become a reality. The global elite have come out of hiding. They might also attempt to use the military and the police to intimidate and control the people. The free world will be weakened until it has become an empty shell.

If America goes, so goes the world. I cannot express the pain that faithful Americans are experiencing right now. The big lies of the globalist elite will undoubtedly drive a wedge of bigger divisions between the left and the right, and between freedom-loving Americans and those who don’t care either way. The country is now hugely divided right now and will become more divided if the Democrats continue to insist on impeaching Trump. Public anger will arise; it is heating up quickly.

Good Christian people, continue to pray for the future of America and for protection over the free world. Pray for our physical safety. If you are angry and frustrated by the left and globalist elites’ corruption and manipulation, use your righteous anger to do the right thing. Fight for freedom. Support truth, honesty and justice no matter what the globalists are doing. God will use his people and direct them in the pursuit for justice and truth.

Love trumps our personal freedoms

I was thinking about who would most be against mandatory social distancing.  Human rights and social liberties advocates.  I don’t think we’ll be hearing much from them for the next few months. Don’t get me wrong. I love my social freedoms and liberties. Freedom and liberties are something we value in the free world.

Spring Break crowds gathered at Eighth Street beach in Miami Beach last weekend. 

 

The idea of mandatory social distancing would seem to go against the ideals of civil liberties.  One’s personal liberties is something we ought not to abuse. 

Is there a limit to our freedoms?  I would certainly think so. 

Is it a human right to walk around and do anything we want in any or every situation?  I doubt it. 

Freedom is a concept but only a concept when we consider life and death.  To refute the call to social distancing potentially puts many lives at risk by increasing the likelihood of spreading the virus.

If I put my personal freedom ahead of the life of my aging parents or grandparents with weaker immune systems (or yours for that matter) would I then be abusing my personal freedom?  You’d likely say, “Yes”, especially if it were your own grandparents who contracted COVID-19.

This past week during spring break, thousands of young people lined the beaches in Florida.  Later, they were all turned away and told to go home.  Beaches closed.

To me, what these young people did was a flagrant abuse of personal freedoms.  There’s a serious potential of endangering the lives of many people.  Apologies if you were one of these people but I’ve got to say it. Some got around the beach closures by having house parties indoors–away from public eyes–thus, refuting the call for social isolation. Sure you have the freedom to do this, but you could unknowingly pass on the virus to each other and then bring it home to your parents, grandparents or other friends and family members.

If everyone chose to abuse our freedoms and liberties, we would certain become like Italy and surpass their numbers of death. That would be scary.

So is there a limit to personal freedoms?  You bet.

Love for our neighbors is what we need to gauge ourselves by. We need to care for one another by considering the safety of others over our own desires or inconveniences. Love and genuine care and concern for others ought to trump our personal freedoms.