There’s A Big Difference Between Our Revolution And Theirs!

It is, of course, The Declaration Of Independence!

I am amazed at the marvel bestowed upon these rioters around the world by our media, intellectual academia and politicians. I cringe at the comparisons to our beginnings, the complete bastardization of history and facts.

Americans did not spring up and riot, only to replace their tyrant with another. Neither did they do so surreptitiously nor anonymously.

The leaders drew up, and announced to the world, in clear and unambiguous terms, the reasons for their dissolving the “ties that bind”.

We have at this moment, all around the world, a violent uprising by unnamed peoples with the intention of forming a violent muslim, “caliphate”, determined to rule the world through islam and sharia law.

None of these uprisings have faces. None of these,  “rebels”, have distributed any declarations of freedom or difference between themselves and those they fight to overthrow. Nor have they announced their intentions to bring freedom or better lives to the people they purport to represent.

No, we have people overthrowing their tyrannical dictators so they can form more perfect tyrannical dictatorships, and export a more violent brand of their, “religion of peace”.

My recent diatribe against both sides of the Libyan conflict has raised the hackles of some, those that think I should automatically spring to the defense of those trying to overthrow Khadaffy, (or whatever the hell his name is).

Why? What do these new, “rulers”, bring to the table?

When people and countries came to the aid of America in her early days, they did so with the knowledge of her long term intentions, and the blow for freedom she stood for, because of our “Declaration of Independence”.

It is all there, easy for the world to see and understand, and agree or disagree with. They could stand up and support us, or not, based on our clear recitation of grievances and solutions. France, thank goodness, agreed. England, well, not so much.

A “Declaration of Independence”, or some such statement of ideals, from a set of leaders, is a necessity if you want the world to rally to your defense, or consider you a noble hero in the fight against tyranny and despotism worldwide.

Faceless riots by a dictators, (up-to-now), supporters, who only clamor to make their country more restrictive and dangerous to the rest of the world, don’t make the cut for whom I consider worthy of support with Americas blood or treasure.

There, I mentioned it, our, “Declaration of Independence”. I know it is just a minor thing, but I really would have thought one of the anti-American press or progressive liberal traitors in our government would have remembered it, between orgasms of delight over the prospect of the UN running our military, ( in the absence of an American President who knows how),  and muslim brotherhood takeovers around the world.

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Ron Reale

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  1. Chauncey Vroom /

    These principles used to be widely understood and commonly accepted. John Marshall, chief justice of the Supreme Court from 1801 until 1835, said that, “Between a balanced republic and a democracy, the difference is like that between order and chaos.” Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote that “democracy becomes a government of bullies tempered by editors.”

  2. Ron Reale / Post Author

    In my best Johnny Carson imitation, “I did not know that!”

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    The US are now treating the Libyan Rebels as the authority in Libya, despite the fact that obviously they’re not. Why would this be then? Because Gadaffi was introducing new coinage, the gold dinar, and insisting that Libyan oil could only be bought by the rest of the world with it. He wanted other African countries to do that too. This would mean the end of the petrodollar, the means by which so much artificial value is retained by the dollar. That’s why the Americans want him gone. Follow the money!

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