Friday, December 14, 2012

South Charleston Ohio makes their Stand for Freedom!

While the United States is in a time of uncertainty, destabilization, a broken economy, and a burdened down people from the oppressing government that is trying to control our very existence. Many people are waking up to the tyranny that is coming from within. They are fighting back in a peaceful manner. Yet making sure their voices are not only heard but, that they themselves are making a difference within the communities in which they live. Giving inspiration, hope, and helping others through their actions speaking out against the blatant tyranny and treason that not only threatens our great constitution that this nation was built on, but also our very existence and way of life.

WE THE PEOPLE, are standing up and saying enough is enough. WE THE PEOPLE are uniting together for the good of all the people.We refuse to stand with tyranny! We refuse to follow illegal laws. Many people do not understand that if a law is against the constitution, it in itself is illegal, and thus makes it null and void. It is just a piece of paper with words written on it. The constitution and the bill of rights are the supreme law of the land. If any laws are passed, or written in congress or in an Executive Order that do not strictly adhere to the supreme law of the land those laws they are illegal!

Not found in the main stream media of coarse was an article today about just such a case.

 As reported in a free newspaper named “The Springfield Paper” dated December 12, 2012 on page A3. Although it did not speak of politics, or anything that could be construed as controversial. It was one of the most inspiring articles I have read. It was not so much as to what was written, but the actions of this small village spoke loud and clear. South Charleston Ohio is sending a clear distinct message that should be heard around the world. 

 South Charleston Ohio is sending a very clear message to big government, and people whom would love to destroy our nation from within. They have drawn the line in the sand so to speak.  I feel this story needs to be shared with all my readers, and have the hope this will spread like a plague over the internet, and that other cities, towns, and states will follow suit.

 I am personally going to speak to people here in my local area to see if we can ban together, and do the same thing. Wouldn't it be a great accomplishment if these memorials started being put up all over the nation? I believe it would. This monument not only draws a line in the sand, it also warns all who enter into these areas that we the people will not be moved from our great constitution, and the bill of rights that our founding fathers wrote so eloquently protecting our freedom from oppression which is big government. 

The news article written The Springfield Paper states the following:

 Bill of Rights Dedication in South Charleston

The village of South Charleston recently erected a monument of the Bill of Rights in front of the town hall. Here is a copy of the proclamation.

We gather in this uncertain time in American history to dedicate a monument to the document that defines and defends our rights as a free people. And what better month than the month of November to do this? We have celebrated two days in November that are set aside to remind us of our heritage as a free people. 

Thanksgiving Day-Proclaimed by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863. In the midst of a terrible war between the states President Lincoln issued a proclamation entreating God to comfort those who were suffering and to heal the wounds of our nation. 

Veterans Day-Congress, in 1954, declared that November 11th should be commemorated with prayer and thanksgiving to honor all the American veterans who have served to defend the United States of America.

So we dedicate this monument of the first ten Amendments, the Bill of Rights, to the Constitution of the United States of America. Never in the history of mankind has a written document so clearly defined the contract between a central government and the citizens. The Constitution clearly defines the limited power of the Federal Government and the Bill of Rights clearly defines the unchangeable rights of the citizens.

The good people of the village of South Charleston erected this monument for three reasons:

1.       We agree with the Founding Fathers that these rights are given by our Creator and are unchangeable by the whims of men.

2.       We acknowledge the Constitution as the Supreme Law of the land and will not acknowledge any other. 

3.       We acknowledge the courage and sacrifice of the millions of Americans who lived and died to establish and to preserve these unchangeable rights.

As we stand here and think of these rights, I am reminded of the Oath of Office, the Oath of Enlistment, or the Oath of Citizenship that many of us have taken. Here is the Oath of Office that elected officials take:

Oath of Office
I, {name}, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God.

 Let us leave here with a resolve to live lives committed to defend the Constitution against all enemies, both foreign and domestic.

In my opinion this is more than drawing a line in the sand. This is a small village standing up, speaking out, and defending our rights granted to us by our great Constitution. I would like to say thank you for your stand, as well as your efforts. Your stand will be heard around the world, and embraced by many. I would also like to thank The Springfield Paper for covering this dedication and sharing with us the wonderful news of people coming together for our freedoms. Most of all, thank you for your actions that have helped to inspire many.

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