Saturday, April 28, 2007

Truth Is Taboo

Great piece from myspace.

At some point in our history, truth became a taboo. Regardless of the issue, and of how important it may be, some truths are unfit to be revealed. So they say.

The mass media wants us to behave and obey the cult of political correctness, because it would be wrong and immoral to oppose it. Even if your belief or reasoning is composed solely of facts, if it is incompatible with our current politically correct construct, it shall be blacked out and buried. The people can't know the truth. Truth is dangerous. Truth has the power to destroy. As it should. Some truths are dangerous. But truth only poses a threat to lies. Only what is shrouded in deceit and secrecy can crumble under the weight of truth. That which is just and real welcomes truth as a companion for liberty.

Truth is a prerequisite to freedom. Where there is only lies and corruption, there can be no freedom.

They don't want us to know the truth because they don't want us to be free, and they don't want their positions of power to be lost. The list of elites that wish to suppress our god-given rights is too long to detail. Some of these people are in government, some in business and banking, others are average people like you and me, only ignorant. Ignorant to what is real and what is necessary to secure a nation of liberty and justice.

Our Constitution has been ravaged and raped by insidious forces within our own society. The fear that we may lose all we hold dear is real. Don't ever let them make you fear what is true, just for the sake of political correctness. Never relent on your values and what you hold to be right. As long as you value what our great forefathers fought and died to create, you will be rewarded with honor.

Our enemies are preparing to chop down our liberty tree. They are sharpening their axes as we speak. Now, more than ever, we must take arms to defend liberty, whether it be the weapon of our numbers or of our rifles and pistols.
I shall leave you with the words of the great Patrick Henry:

"Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?...I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!"