09 September, 2008

The Standing Army of the United State

Why does the United State maintain a standing army? Under what jurisdiction or paranoid fear of aggression does the [federal Marxist] government justify the continued and unabated enlistment, provisioning and garrisoning of the Union army?

Article I, §8 of the United States Constitution provides Congress the power:

To raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use shall be for a longer Term than two Years;

The United State Army (Marines included) has been continuously staffed and armed for over a century-and-a-half. In that time there has been no attack on legitimate sovereign U.S. territory. Every action of the United State military colossus has been a police action or act of war undertaken in the interest of globalization.

Now, I'm not saying that we shouldn't have intervened once antagonized in WWII (however, any critical, independent thinker knows that FDR lured Japan into attacking Pearl Harbor through oil embargoes; and wasn't it convenient that the strength of the Pacific Fleet, the carriers, were all out of port that weekend?) WWI is questionable based on the outcome and results. Korea? Vietnam? Somalia? Iraq? Every one of these police actions, by-and-large, are in direct violation of the intended purpose of the Army of the United States. Billions of dollars of taxpayer money are spent every day for the ongoing and illegal occupation of foreign sovereign states in the name of "national security". What our government now finds useful of a standing army, aside from appearing indefatigable and omnipresent to the world is probably much more sinister.

From the great seal: Novus Ordo Seclorum

Meaning "a New order of the ages".

The warning has been evident since the beginning, and that is of a one-world government ruled by a single power. The sovereign states knew this and did their very best to limit the powers of the national government only so far as was necessary to repel an invasion against the entire land or make negotiations and treaties with other nations.

What the government has done since then is to trample the letter and the spirit of our founding document at every turn. They have twisted the original meaning and, where they deemed it necessary to further their control over the citizens, they enacted illegal legislation in direct disregard of their constitutionally limited realm, produced amendments to the Constitution without benefit of elected representation (satellite puppet governments; appointees during the "reconstruction"; voted many resolutions into order) to lay illegitimate claim to additional centralized power (ie: income tax, citizenship) and lordship over the fiefdom.

Don't fool yourselves. The United State government knows that it is still an occupying military force, otherwise the Union Army would have been dispersed after the defeat of the Glorious Army of Northern Virginia. The [illegal federal Marxist] government knows that the moment they stand down the imperial army that those who have been unconstitutionally and immorally subjugated to the crown of their feeble elected monarchy will once again attempt to gain liberation from under the boot heel of their Yankee oppressors.

What the [illegitimate] government does not realize is that there is no Army on earth that can stand before the Judgment of God and the citizens of the South shall not be perpetual subjects to a false king. No national flag shall be flown higher than that of a state or local government as it was never intended for a national government to overlord the acts of the separate, free states. It was ultimately the responsibility of the free states to moderate that dangerous centralism and prevent it from becoming all-powerful.

It is never too late to undo the wrongs of the past. As it is oft-times said, "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."

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