There were five primary influences behind the formation of the United States Constitution. The two main individuals are John Locke and Montesquieu along with the Freemasons. Locke’s contributions to classical republicanism and liberal theory are reflected in the United States Declaration of Independence. Charles-Louis de Secondat, a.k.a. Baron de La Brède et de Montesquieu was a French judge and political philosopher who was the principal source of the theory of separation of powers. This was implemented into the United States Constitution. Meanwhile, Freemasons, which included several founding fathers, argued, conceived, and ratified this immortal document. The final two sources of inspiration were the Bible and Greek philosophy.
In [this] freedom Christ has made us free [and completely liberated us]; stand fast then, and do not be hampered and held ensnared and submit again to a yoke of slavery [which you have once put off], Galatians 5:1.
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels each study the history of the world’s economics in the 19th Century. As each began to examine how finances, industry and power are controlled by countries, the roots of communism were planted. As countries, empires and nations have evolved over time, each tend to go through five different stages. This includes Primitive Communion, Feudalism, Capitalism, Socialism, and Communism. Joseph Stalin, Mao Zedong, and Ho Chi Minh are three of the most famous communist leaders of all time. Unfortunately, these 3 men are also responsible killing millions of their own people, targeting those who didn’t conform to the laws and rules enforced with a heavy hand. This same method continues today by using concentration and reprogramming camps to coerce the rebellious into conforming.
For you, brethren, were [indeed] called to freedom; only [do not let your] freedom be an incentive to your flesh and an opportunity or excuse [for selfishness], but through love you should serve one another. 14 For the whole Law [concerning human relationships] is complied with in the one precept, You shall love your neighbor as [you do] yourself, Galatians 5:13-14.
Like any great society, countries reach a crossroads, unsure of which way to turn. Should a nation to return to their past or proceed toward a progressive future? This is what is at stake for the United States of America on Tuesday November 3rd. Do American citizens want to follow the lead of Europe by embracing Communism? Or will immigrants who fled communism to chase the American Dream convince their neighbors and others to reject this form of government? Only time will tell the fate of this country. Depending upon your political party, the lines have been clearly drawn. Will you vote to defend and uphold the Constitution or do you want the blow up our current system and in the process embrace Communism?
by Jay Mankus