Column – The Great Silence
Published 5:41 pm Friday, February 24, 2023
Tis a time in history, when communities across this great nation of America can harvest the true potential of sovereignty; for which is the organic essence of Liberty that was sealed upon this nation during the American revolution of 1776, when we separated from the royal crown of England and broke away from the Vatican. This notion was flexed, yet again, with the eradication of the slave trade. The gateway of revolution is close to all the hearts of Americans and is the true demonstration of the power structure of our country, known as We The People. We the people live in diverse environments but with that being said, we also depend upon each other for a lot. That is what makes us a community. Revolutions are diverse in nature and are not destined to be adequate. They lead to freedom in ways never seen but they are not proper by any means. But when the blind leadeth the blind, we must know when to act and how.
For far too long, we Americans have lived in the glory of our wrong doings as a nation and that is something that we must forgive each other for and remember we are all in this exodus together. The ragged old flag has its stains but it still fly’s high in the land of milk and honey; and we are still in the land of the free; and we are still blessed among measures. We are not a part of any monarch; we are not a part of any world order; and we are not a slave to principalities. However, we are being divided and destroyed from within. There are people among us who do not care for the survival of this country. There are officials within all Departments of the Federal government who do not care about the security of our state, but would rather see a global civilization, known to many as a new world order, triumph the natural order of tribal constituency.
For far too long, we have allowed usurpation by the elites and the Federal government to inflict psyops upon our human dignity. We all know that the Federal government is supposed to work for us and not against us, but it seems that no matter who we elect, they always seem to never follow the path that got them elected in the first place; but yet, they take more freedom away from the people; that is no conspiracy. So, what do we do? We must gather our commitments and focus our energy at bettering our community by respecting the unalienable rights of all; for which is the Laws of Nature, spoken about in the Declaration of Independence. Lastly, we must never forget the path to the true essence of revolution, which is our upper hand as We The People. The path to justice is divinely represented, in a contextual fashion, throughout the Declaration of Independence; specifically addressed when Thomas Jefferson, inspired by Patrick Henry’s Virginia’s Declaration of Rights, said this; “But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new guards for their future security”.
We have an obligation to protect our family and communities by instilling integrity into the lives of our children. This will solidify the proper change that can take on the tyrannical order imposing upon the sovereignty of America. There is a greater order above man that is divine and justful; it would be prudent to heed to it. We must be wise as serpents but gentle as doves. God will sort out the rest.
Columnist Drew Varner resides in Suffolk and is president of Suffolk Ruritan