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    By Kelleigh Nelson
    June 30, 2012

    My friend, Joe, sent me a great article from the June, 2012 Chronicles magazine. It is entitled, "Sam Francis was Right," by Tom Piatak. Joe said, "Kelleigh, this article is everything you've been saying to me since I met you!" I want to give a few pertinent quotes from that article and apply it to what has happened in America, not just today, but over many decades.

    Political analyst, Sam Francis, said, "What we have in today's America is Anarchotyranny." Here is his definition:
    "What we have in this country today ... is both anarchy (the failure of the state to enforce the laws) and, at the same time, tyranny--the enforcement of laws by the state for oppressive purposes; the criminalization of the law-abiding and innocent through exorbitant taxation, bureaucratic regulation, the invasion of privacy, and the engineering of social institutions, such as the family and local schools; the imposition of thought control through "sensitivity training" and multiculturalist curricula, "hate crime" laws, gun-control laws that punish or disarm otherwise law-abiding citizens, but have no impact on violent criminals who get guns illegally, and a vast labyrinth of other measures."

    We all can name the exact things Sam Francis is talking about, but the Obamacare law is the epitome of laws "by the state for oppressive purposes." If our government can tell us we must buy health insurance, then they can tell us what we must buy to live in, what we must buy to drive, what we must buy to eat, what we must buy to wear, what we must buy in books, what we must buy in education for our children, and on and on and on. Wait until the food police give you a ticket for not buying broccoli one week!

    The precedent is now set it granite. The passage of the bill wasn't enough. The Supreme Court has given its "opinion," and although it is just that, an "opinion," it is taken as law. Can it be overturned? Of course. Will it be overturned? Highly unlikely, since both the left and the right have had the same agenda for umpteen decades now, and people are still failing to understand both parties have the same exact agenda. No matter which presidential candidate wins in November, ANARCHOTYRANNY will not disappear.

    Francis wrote in 1993 that the institutions that most American conservatives have trusted are simply not up to the task. I'd go even farther than that, but here is what Francis had to say:

    "There is virtually no reason to think that either the Republican party establishment or the neo-conservative intelligentsia, or for that matter, most of the mainstream conservative establishment, either wants or is able to mount an effective challenge to the dominant cultural apparatus of the left in this country."

    Of course he's absolutely right. We've seen it time and again with how the Republicans cave to the Democrats on bills we do not want passed, they cave to bipartisanship, when we want partisanship. The 60 some new 2010 Tea Party elected congress critters have voted along moderate lines at best, and many times with the Democrats. There's not a one of them that is any different than what we had in D.C. before we elected them! We haven't had a decent RNC backed candidate since Barry Goldwater in 1964. They wouldn't ever back Ron Paul. Instead the RNC gives us the likes of Nixon, Ford, Dole, Bush Sr. and Jr., McCain, and now Romney. None of these candidates was/is a true Constitutional conservative! They aren't even moderates!

    In fact, Sam Francis made a comment about this very thing as well, in one of the 1994 Chronicle magazines, when he wrote the following:

    The "religious right" is merely the latest incarnation of the on-going Middle American Revolution, a cultural and political movement that has underlain the political efforts of the American right since the end of World War II. Despite what many right-wing sages would like to believe, the movement never had much to do with their perennial holy cow, the free market, but rather with the perception that the white middle class core of American society was being evicted from its historic position of cultural and political dominance and was in fact in the process of becoming an exploited and repressed proletariat.

    Is there a member of Congress, in the House or Senate that understands this? Is there a member that is fighting for what is right and just according to the Constitution of the United States? The only one who consistently stood for our Constitution is Ron Paul, and we're losing him to retirement in January of 2013.

    With today's Supreme Court decision, June 28, 2012, the middle class is now on the final death ride. The middle class represented all that was great about America. It was where everyone strived to arrive. It was the house in the suburbs with two cars, the white picket fence, a couple of kids, a dog and maybe a kitty or a hamster. You know what it was. The remnants are still here, but they'll be gone within 15 to 20 years.

    The Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare is the result of the deliberate dumbing down of Americans since 1934 when the Carnegie Corporation said, "We are going to use the schools to change the United States from a free market system to a planned economy." In a planned economy, the administration chooses what your child will do all through their lives. (In a planned economy, the government chooses everything for the people.) The Communist countries are all geared towards performance rather than increased knowledge and a planned economy has never succeeded.

    Our electorate is so absolutely dumbed down that they haven't a clue of what independence, freedom, and liberty are all about. Realize that 30% of the population of America believes Obamacare is wonderful!

    The loss of America has happened because we have allowed it to happen. Those few town criers ringing the bells of freedom over the decades, and crying for the people to hear them, had too few that would listen.

    Obamacare is UN Agenda 21. Obamacare is part and parcel of the depopulation of the United States. The UN Agenda 21 plans are to eliminate 85% of the earth's population. The largest glut of humanity in America today are the baby boomers, and we are of course, collecting the money WE PAID INTO Social Security and WE PAID INTO Medicare.

    Obamacare says, "You're old, you're sick, and you'd bleed the healthcare funds, so here is a physician who will help you die, and will give you "comfort care" until you expire."

    Not a chance Grandma or Grandpa could have that life saving operation that would give them another 10 years with their children and grand children. Nope, you're a "useless-eater," so please do us all a favor and die now.

    Wouldn't you think that by now there would be OUTRAGE from the people? Have you seen any that has been effective in stopping the onslaught of Communism in America? Is there another Revolution brewing or are all our people so deliberately dumbed down that reality-shows and sports keep them occupied.

    I went through the bank drive-thru today and mentioned to the teller (a gal about 50) that Obamacare had passed, and it was the death knell of our once wonderful healthcare system. She said, "Oh I don't pay much attention to politics."

    Sadly, her answer is all too common. So what are we going to do? Are there men left who have the heart and soul to actually fight for our lost liberties? Is another Revolution brewing as I hear some whisper, or are we just a dying ember of what we used to be? Will we just whine and snivel and complain or will we stand up for our God given unalienable rights?


    Kelleigh Nelson -- Anarchotyranny or Revolution
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