Monday, March 4, 2013

A Thief by Any Other Name...

When is theft not theft?  And when is one who commits theft not a thief?

Seems like silly ranting, I know but bear with me.  All men have been endued with certain inalienable rights by our Creator.  The Founding Documents, upon which this Nation bases it's government, outline - NOT PROVIDE NOR ALLOW - those inalienable rights.  Any and all violations of and damage done to these documents and what they delineate is blatant theft.  Specifically, theft of our rights and liberties as expressed. 

The violations and damages come in many forms but the means du jour is through restriction by legislation.This "legislation" or rule-setting exists at every level of our society from national edicts to little Sally's lemonade stand.  That thought in itself is an oxymoran but yet it is precisely the situation that is flourishing today.  This perpetual law-giving steals from each of us every day.  The biggest right being acquired by theft is basic control of one's own life. The right to do as one sees fit - pursue one's own happiness.  As tptb make advances in their legislating, we lose even by threat of force if deemed necessary to make their point. 

Scripture tells us not once, twice nor even three times but four repetitions to leave "landmarks" alone that have been established:

Deuteronomy 19:14  "Thou shalt not remove thy neighbour’s landmark, which they of old time have set in thine inheritance, which thou shalt inherit in the land that the LORD thy God giveth thee to possess it.";
27:17  "Cursed be he that removeth his neighbour’s landmark. And all the people shall say, Amen."
Proverbs 22:28  "Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set.";
23:10  "Remove not the old landmark; and enter not into the fields of the fatherless:"(this last phrase was in reference to taking from those who had no one to go their part nor fight for their rights and/or possessions).

The landmark referred to was traditionally a stone marker set at the convergence of property of different owners.  This held significance for a number of reasons for the Jewish people after their arrival in the Promised land.  The basic premise was ownership - the land within any given set of landmarks belonged not only to that particular individual but to his posterity as well.(Inheritance Tax..??!! thievery)  They were more than markers, they were boundaries which were to be observed and respected despite any issues which may arise.  Even if any portion of land was sold, at Jubilee it would return to the family who originally owned it. There was a guaranteed, God-given right to that property.

We have a very similar set of "landmarks" in this nation and while they have served us well, there have been and there remains a number who would not just move them but remove and/or destroy them altogether.  In doing so they make claim to all that we each as individuals once held as or own.  These landmarks are the principles set forth in our Founding Documents and tptb are stealing more of our expressed freedoms and liberties daily.  They are resetting the boundaries which our fathers set at our founding.  This is the usurper's "fundamental transformation of America".  He and those of his thinking are thieves.  They are deceivers.  They are intrinsically evil.

Here is one such instance.  Seeking to exercise one's faith by one's own conscience was a primary motivator in taking the chance to strike out for "the New World".

"Separation of church and state", you bleat?  You obviously have no knowledge of the actual origin and circumstance of that currently misused concept.  This nation was founded by men of Faith who were not all Deists, as the thieving fellow-usurpers want to claim. This ignorant assumption is more evidense of their evil nature and yours if you choose to hold to it. 

Bear in mind: no person "of faith" is perfect(that being without sin, fault or problems), but merely forgiven by the One Who has the power to forgive sins.

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