Addressing the President's Question, "Who Has the Courage to Save the Republic?"
This week's Midwest states activist meeting featuring the opening presentations by Susan Kokinda and Barbara Boyd.
We are in a second American Revolution in which we must, self-consciously, walk in the footsteps of our forefathers. Do not be foolish. Do not think this fight will be easy. George Washington lost nearly every battle of the Revolutionary War until he won everything at that great moment known as Yorktown.
Do not listen to nonsense, spread by the enemy, about martial law or suspending the Constitution. You cannot save the Constitution by suspending it. You will open Pandora’s box, the anarchy and violence our enemies practice and seek.
The nation will be saved when the citizens understand our great founding documents and the historical tradition from which they came. It was not John Locke, Adam Smith, or Aristotle as those who would mislead you say. It was Plato and Leibniz, as our founders knew, and the great European Renaissance, out of which they invented an entirely new form of government, never before seen in the world.
This week the battle for the Presidency is taking place in the state legislatures of the battleground states.
This battle, to reclaim the country, will be won by a determined and self-educating citizenry, steeping itself in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, that Constitution's actual Renaissance heritage, and in the related and unique American System of economics developed by Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Roosevelt, and Lyndon LaRouche. Their ideas prevailed, repeatedly, in our past, over the ancient oligarchical enemy whose ugly, decadent, and imperial ideas about the nature of men and women have been resurrected by our currently deranged elites.
There are no short-cuts here. We must walk now in the steps of our forefathers with all the uncertainties they faced, but with the same determination to win the future for ourselves and our posterity. As Martin Luther King preached, the arc of the universe is long but it bends toward justice. Justice itself trembles now as it witnesses all we have just endured. It seeks the noble citizens now who can restore it, so that a government of the people, by the people, and for the people, shall not perish from this earth.