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Resistance to tyranny starts with knowledge...

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Resistance to tyranny starts with knowledge...

       When the framers of the U.S.   Constitution tried to ratify it, the 13   states refused to accept it.  The   founding fathers had written it to   benefit themselves, the wealthy not    the people…a compromise was   needed.     Why is this important?      
When   we   look   at   history   from   the   point   of   view   how   much   time   has passed,    we    generally    assume    that    our    factual    understanding    of events   improves,   but   this   is   often   not the   case   at   all.      Time   and   distance from   past   events   can   actually   allow for   editorializing   and   popular   opinion to   enter   into   the   picture   we   see   when we   look   back   in   time.      Legends   and myths   can   take   on   centralized   roles when    they    are    actually    imaginary constructs   and   embellishments   that   have   outgrown   the   confines   of historical facts. The   popular   myth   surrounding   the   founders   has   for   decades   claimed them   to   be   wise   men   of   strong   Christian   beliefs   who   had   nothing   but benevolent   visions   for   a   totally   free United   States;   the   actual   men   fell   a bit   short   of   their   lauded   positions.     Many    were    actually    wealthy    men, the   aristocrates   of American   society, and    as    such    behaved    pretty    much like   all   people   in   this   position   have for    centuries—they    were    looking out    in    it    for    themselves.        Human nature   has   been   pretty   consistent   since   the   beginning   of   time,   and   I describe it simply like this: This   not   an   indictment   by   me,   merely   an   observation   of   what   has gone   on   since   the   first   societal   interactions   among   humans   in   our recorded   history.      Religion   is   so   often   pointed to   as   the   main   cause   for   wars   of   the   past   and present,   when   in   reality   I   have   discovered   it   to have   been   GREED.      Religion   was   all   too   often     merely   a   smokescreen   to   hide   the   real   reason for   the   wars   we   fought.      The   pyramid   is   not really   too   surprising   and   it   gives   us   insight   into the actions of the founding fathers. Some   made   the   attempt   to   seize   power   in   a   silent   and   subtle   coup because   they   believed   the   populace   was   simply   too   ignorant   and   too war   weary   to   notice   the   freedoms they    were    giving    up    through    the founding    document.        What    they discovered    was    that    not    everyone was    so    ignorant    after    all    and    not everyone      agreed      with      a      near totalitarian     rule     without     a     king. Rebellions,     armed     and     violent, began…      This   push-back   resulted   in   the   first   ten   amendments   to   the U.S.   Constitution,   known   as   the   Bill   of   Rights,   being   added   as   part of   a   compromise   to   get   the   “not   so   dumb”   populace   to   ratify   the document.  The   original   document   was   cleverly   written   to   place   the   balance   of power   in   the   hands   of   the   elite,   cleverly   amended   to   redistribute   the power   more   evenly   to   the   hands   of the    people,    BUT    can    be    changed again   if   we   do   not   act   to   halt   these threats.      The   wealthy   and   powerful people    seek    again    to    treat    us    as ignorant    and    carve    away    at    our rights and liberties. You   can   read   those   ten   amendments   along   with   the   rest   here   on   the AMENDMENTS  page.  Our U.S. Constitution is here on the   CONSTITUTION   page. “Money    is    in    some    respects    life's    fire:    it    is    a    very excellent servant, but a terrible master.”                                                                              P. T. Barnum You can continue to follow the dynamic events of today in the CLC MEDIA CENTER.
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