Friday, February 27, 2009

The Strength and Wisdom of Churchill

After eight years of strident opposition to everything which our president attempted we are advised by our “betters” to stem our objections to the radical actions of the new administration. They who formerly claimed that “dissent is the highest form of patriotism” now claim to see the need to disavow that dicta and urge full cooperation (submission to?) with the redirection of the country to socialism with fascist overtones.

Personally, I find oppressive ideology far more threatening than armies, and will turn to Winston Churchill for advice in confronting either.

"Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never—in nothing, great or small, large or petty—never give in, except to convictions of honor and good sense. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy." Churchill

To concede to the smallest issues is to allow that “toe in the door” to bring about the cataclysm of destruction which the left desires so fervently to inflict upon this nation. One need only turn to Britain to see the result of allowing a chink in the wall of liberty go unrepaired. Their tolerance of an Islamic incursion upon their soil; their plunge into the abyss of socialism; their restriction of fundamental freedoms in the pursuit of diversity all add up to a recipe for the dissolution of a once grand country. To see the emasculation of their proud symbol, the lion, brings a tear of sadness to the most jaundiced eye. They have provided a case study for those who seriously consider such things; are we paying attention?

To allow, without protest, even the slightest alteration of the will of the founders of this nation to proceed, would be treasonous. To ignore our sacred Constitution being interpreted in accordance with the will of a Marxist government is to volunteer for servitude at the least and death at the worst.

Our nation was compounded by a collection of heroes who fully understood the role of the individual in the building process. Were they always well directed? No! Were they able to make corrections to insure liberty for all men? Yes! They did not claim perfection but were ever alert to insight for improvement of the human condition. My prayer is that we will summon the courage to join with those who protest our descent into this cavernous pit of directed destruction of the republic.

We need not only the help of Almighty God but also the efforts of even the least of our citizens to confront this evil and assist in forcing it to retreat in face of liberty loving peoples throughout our nation.

In His abiding love,

Cecil Moon

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