The Big Delusion

Rossiter II

Many people believe in the Constitution and its restoration. I write “restoration” because the Constitution is a compact which has been violated and is no longer valid. If a compact (contract) is broken by one or more of the parties involved, it becomes invalid. People with a list of credentials will espouse why the Constitution is the greatest document for government in the history of man. Let’s go down that path.

I feel that the Constitution is a divinely inspired document. That does not mean it is perfect. At the time, it was a great experiment. Is its time up? Should we try to make a better form of a representative Republic based on its original intent? Or should we try to restore it?

1. The question of whether its time is up is misleading. The people and the state are the two parties involved: the villain is the federal government which is merely a creation from the two parties. But the evil genie has escaped from the bottle and we must recognize that the people and the states will not be able to put the genie back: They have spies everywhere and have created a police state to secure their rule.

2. Can we make a better form of government? Isn’t this what the Constitution Convention supporters intend to do? The problem is that we are no longer a moral people. By extension, the belief that we would be able to make a better form of government is not valid. We already see how special interests have eroded our churches, schools and government at every level. Our rulers have transformed our culture and history. Our founding fathers told us that we would have to go down the path they took:

The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. Thomas Jefferson

3. Most people fighting for Liberty want to restore the Constitution. I was in that camp also. But the Republic can only be held by a moral and religious people:

We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion . . . Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” John Adams

What did our forefathers do?

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

Let’s examine the course of action that they took by understanding the term “sedition“:

An insurrectionary movement tending towards treason, but wanting an overt act; attempts made by meetings or speeches, or by publications, to disturb the tranquillity of the state. The distinction between “sedition” and “treason” consists in this: that though the ultimate object of sedition is a violation of the public peace, or at least such a course of measures as evidently engenders it. yet it does not aim at direct and open violence against the laws or the subversion of the constitution. Alis. Crim. Law, 5S0. In Scotch law. The raising commotions or disturbances in the state. It Is a revolt against legitimate authority. Ersk. Inst 4, 4, 14. In English law. Sedition is the offense of publishing, verbally or otherwise, any words or document with the intention of exciting disaffection, hatred, or contempt against the sovereign, or the government and constitution of the kingdom, or either house of parliament, or the administration of justice. or of exciting his majesty’s subjects to attempt, otherwise than by lawful means, the alteration of any matter in church or state, or of exciting feelings of ill will and hostility between different classes of his majesty’s subjects.


Our country was founded on sedition. The Great Experiment has ended in evil. No government in the history of man has spied upon its people more than this government. A government that debates the butchering and sale of human babies is evil. There are now two classes (at least): the political elite with unlimited power and their subjects. There is no place for “We The People” in the eyes of this government.

I will not continue a list of abuses. I will submit that our nation does not have the public virtue required to install or govern a nation at this time. I encourage everyone to study the concept of public virtue which was considered to be essential for any people determined to rule themselves. I will also submit that our people do not have the Sacred honor or character required to overthrow the chains of tyranny.

So where does that leave us? If you want to be free, Liberty comes at a high price. Especially for the man who thinks he is free:

None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

I was told recently that there are good people in Washington, D.C. who are working for our good. This was meant to give me hope for our future. Anyone who is working for an evil government and believes that they are doing good are either delusional, trying to justify their paycheck or both. How close are we to a coup or revolution? That is always the question that only the Lord knows. I do believe that we are close to the government’s endgame as our country is overrun with “Muslim refugees”. Since this “tactic” is happening in all Western countries (except Switzerland), I must also conclude that this coordinated final assault on Liberty represents a greater evil than just our federal government.

David DeGerolamo


The Constitution’s Big Lie

One of the greatest hoaxes ever perpetrated upon Americans at the time of its telling and which is still trumpeted to this very day is the notion that the U.S. Constitution contains within its framework mechanisms which limit its power. The “separation of powers,” where power is distributed among the three branches – legislative, executive, judicial – is supposedly the primary check on the federal government’s aggrandizement.

This sacred held tenet of American political history has once again been disproved.

Last Friday (October 23), the Attorney General’s office announced that it was “closing our investigation and will not seek any criminal charges” against former Internal Revenue Service’s director of Exempt Organizations, Lois Lerner, or, for that matter, anyone else from the agency over whether they improperly targeted Tea Party members, populists, or any other groups, which voiced anti-government sentiments or views.

The Department of Justice statement read:


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True Blue
True Blue
7 years ago

a revolt against legitimate authority
Since they have abrogated the contract that grants them any form of authority, their ‘authority’ is no longer legitimate; hence there is no possibility of ‘treason’ or ‘sedition’ against Federal governance. QED.

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What limits the behavior of a criminal/misbehaved child? Tangible fear of consequences. Our government has slipped its leash because the People, for many generations, have not provided any consequence of weight toward the those in government breaking the law (defined as the Constitutional limitations spelled out within it and the Bill of Rights. No consequence for action; no ‘spanking’, no change in behavior. The citizenry is as much to blame for our current state as are those in government, because the only thing the citizenry does is practice, ‘benign neglect.’

This is born out in the latest outrage of the DoJ refusing to prosecute its ideological allies in the IRS for criminal acts. Respons: Benign neglect.

Paul X
7 years ago

What makes authority legitimate? One thing only, consent, by each and every individual governed, not just by “the people” whatever that is supposed to mean. Is there consent? No. Despite all the trappings, elections, courts and what-not, most people do not consent, but the authorities no longer care. The power held by the ruling class is not legitimate.

“Should we try to make a better form of a representative Republic…?”

The notion of a representative republic is a fraud. We are supposed to believe that a representative represents each of us all at the same time, including one neighbor who is a communist, another who is a fascist, and a third who is an anarchist. This is clearly impossible. It’s like going to trial and finding your defense lawyer and the DA are one and the same person. Whatever is going on here, it’s not representation.

Since each representative district includes no doubt thousands of people who disagree with the representative on each issue, his authority is illegitimate by definition. Since all representative government suffers this problem, the representative republic is a fraudulent notion. It is merely a euphemism for mob rule.

Publius Huldah
Publius Huldah
7 years ago

The Principle is in the Bible that civil government is a covenant between God, the king, and the People. God makes the Laws; the king promises to obey and apply those Laws; and the people pledge themselves to the Covenant.

Out of this relationship between God, the king and the people, arises the peoples’ obligation to protest lawlessness on the part of the king. If they don’t protest, God punishes the people because of the misdeeds of their kings – the people will suffer if they go along with the unlawful acts:

God sent a 3 year famine because Saul put the Gibeonites to death (2 Sam 21).
God sent a pestilence which killed 70,000 Israelites because David took the census (1 Chron 21 & 2 Sam 24).
God (via Elijah) sent a famine because Ahab & his house forsook the commandments of the Lord (1 Kings 16:29-33, 17:1, 18:1, 18:17-19).
God struck a heavy blow at Joram’s people because of Joram’s wickedness (2 Chron 21:1-14).
God visited 4 dooms upon Jerusalem & the Southern Kingdom because of the sins of Manasseh (2 Kings 21:10-17 & Jer 15:3-4).

So because of his invasions on the rights of the People, the King of England forfeited any claim to our allegiance. God never requires us to obey tyrants. So that is why the Declaration of Independence says we have the right and the Duty to throw off tyranny.

7 years ago

If our nation does not have the public virtue required to install or govern a nation, what’s left? Anarchy, particularly in urban areas?
Sadly enough, I have to agree with you.

Chris Mallory
7 years ago

“Isn’t this what the Constitution Convention supporters intend to do?”

No, it isn’t. The Articles of Confederation were superior in every way. What the CC did was foment a coup to overthrow the Articles and impose a more powerful Federal government. The CC was just supposed to tweak the Articles. But instead they went behind closed doors and created a document that subjugated the sovereign states to the power of the Federal government. The Anti-Federalists were right in their warnings against the Constitution of 1787.

Better that we had 48 states in loose confederation with each other than the 50 state monstrosity we have now.


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