About 230 years ago, a grand experiment began, unique on the planet. It was an experiment in personal freedom and empowerment, set forth in the U.S. Constitution. For the first time, the citizens of a nation were free to determine their own destiny, set forth in an ingenious system that safeguarded the rule of law from tyrants or mob rule.
The slow but persistent departure from the U.S. Constitution has been ongoing for many decades. Today there is a movement, almost appearing as an attempt at mob rule, that aims to push the acceptance of a new president-elect before the election count is over. This is especially suspect due to the increasing evidence that there has been massive voter fraud during this election. This is being aided by many in the mainstream and social media and internet providers, who are also censoring free speech and even closing down website accounts of those who they disagree with (another departure from the Constitution).
I am not making a statement for or against any person or political party. This is all about maintaining the requirements of the U.S. Constitution, the roadmap to ensure that this supremely valuable experiment in freedom succeeds. Many freedom-loving people around the world are watching, maybe dreaming of having a similar constitution one day. If a U.S. president and government gets into power via fraud, then the country has taken the wrong turn at the crossroads, and is headed back toward enslavement.
Now is the time to decide what kind of future we desire, and to pour all of our love for freedom into courageous action! I believe we need to pray to Almighty God and invoke the intersession of Archangel Michael and the heavenly hosts with all of the fervour we can muster, for the protection of justice and honesty to prevail.
Plus, we need to get active in helping in whichever way we can in the physical, including writing letters, to let our voice be heard. Silence is consent. The time has passed for fearing what others may say about us, including on social media. If an honest and accurate election result can manifest in the acceptable time, then the Constitution has been followed, even though it still doesn’t guarantee future freedom. One battle at a time.
Whether we are American citizens or not, the world and our future have a vested interest in the long-term survival of freedom in America. With both Remembrance Day in Canada and Veteran’s Day in the United States just passed, I pray that we all do what we can in the fight for freedom, “that these dead shall not have died in vain.”
Craig Denis Nicholson
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