The Movement: The Purpose
The reason for The Movement is to rebuild America from the government up. Yes, I completely understand if your thinking, “that’s impossible”. That’s one of the main reasons we have to rebuild. I am on the verge of developing a movement that will not only fix our government, but restore the principles in which the United States were built on and restore the true meaning of the mottoes in which we live by. Below, I will explain myself.
Before I do so, I would like to be the first to say that I didn’t develope this movement to undermine our government or to run for President. I personally believe that Pres. Obama is doing an excellent job, despite the circumstance.
As I stated above, our government has been corrupted since the day the Mayflower touch the east coast and it has to be stopped. How? By eliminating the corrupt government officials and displaying their corruption for the world to see. This HAS to be done in order to insure a more perfect union.
Our country was supposed to be the land of the free and the home of the brave. Although, we have not declined in bravery, we have only been free for a short while. And we still are not completely free. Our government has not only put our country in debt. It has also helped put us, as citizens, in debt. As a country, our debt is the trillions. Am I the only person who sees a problem with that? How can we possibly grow exponentially from such debt? Change, that’s how.
We were taught to be one nation under God, in which we trust. Yet the government has slowly eliminated God from our system. I think they have become so attached to materials and so greedy with money, that they have forgotten who makes it all possible. I personally, as a child of God, feel as though we should be allowed to pray and talk about God in school. As while as return Jesus’ birthday and resurrection back to him. Why they have made his birthday about Santa Clause and his resurrection about the Easter Bunny, I have no idea. What I do know is that they have nothing to do with each other.
America was built around a select set of principles. Today, we barely follow half of them. Sometimes, I feel as though I’m the only person who sees the country and world, in which we live and love, falling. I will not allow it happen. At least not without trying to catch it, however I possibly can.
When it comes to Republicanism (which is a philosophy of limited government with elected representatives serving at the will of the people) and Popular Sovereignty (which means the people rule) we have begun to fall short. As a part of “the people”, I don’t feel the government serves at our will, or that we rule. Am I the only person that feels this way? I doubt it.
Limited government is the type of government that everyone, even those with authority, must follow the law. Yet when a police officer kills someone, they get paid leave. If a citizen did the exact same thing, they’d be under the jail. This type of government is supposed to insure that those in “power” have limits, so that they cannot take “advantage” of their position. Guess what? They do it anyway. Here I thought that Separation of Power along with Checks and Balances were put in place to prevent the abuse of these powers.
Historic groups, such as the KKK, the Freemasons, and the Illuminati, have taught us that when a group of people with the same kind of mentally ban together, it will take a much bigger and more positive group to overcome their negativity and restore peace along with equality. As one individual, I am simply utilizing my freedom of speech and press in hopes of rebuilding our country so that we are truly United States. We all have to work together in order to live together more peacefully. Because as the old saying goes, United We Stand and Divided We Fall.
History has also taught us that there is strength in numbers and there are definitely more citizens than there are government officials. We have to be heard. We have to be strong. We need to become one. ONE nation, ONE body. Under GOD, in which we TRUST. We have all pledged our allegiance to these United States of America. The time has come to prove our loyalty to them and ourselves.
When this movement is over, I pray that we will truly be indivisible. Every citizen will grant one another liberty, justice, freedom, and equality.