By Neenah Payne
Bill Gates – who is not a doctor and was not elected or appointed by any government – has told the world that we cannot go fully back to normal until we get his unprecedented rushed RNA vaccine that doctors warn may alter our DNA in unpredictable ways. Since that vaccine reportedly may not be available until mid-2021, it means we can’t go back to normal for another year or so. How much more are you willing to take now? What are our options? Can we protect both our health and our Constitutional rights and God-given unalienable freedoms?
In the 1960s, the Civil Rights Movement inspired a radical transformation of American society. The Vietnam War protesters shouted “Hell No! We won’t go!” The Hippies felt free to explore countless new options. Yet, today, most Americans are cowering in fear of an “invisible enemy” – hiding in their homes, wearing masks, and avoiding their friends and neighbors. We have allowed our schools and many of our businesses to be closed – some forever. We have allowed millions of Americans to be put out of work, and now over forty million Americans are at risk of losing their homes. There is concern by doctors who are seeing a record number of suicides during the lockdown imposed to fight the COVID-19 virus.
The US Founding Fathers were revolutionaries. Everyone who signed The Declaration of Independence knew he was putting his life on the line if they lost the Revolutionary War. Yet, John Hancock wrote his name so large it is now synonymous with signature. Patrick Henry made his commitment clear with “Give me liberty of give me death!” Ben Franklin warned “Unless we all hang together, we will surely hang separately”.
Those early patriots were willing to put their lives on the line because they understood the historical value of the principles they would encode in The Bill of Rights. Inspired by the freedom they observed among Native Americans and the democratic example of the Iroquois confederacy, they understood that they were bringing to the world a treasure of incomparable worth whose value transcended the importance of their own lives. Ever since, America, the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave,