The biggest misconception Americans have made over the last century is that we’ve actually had a country. Spoiler alert: we have not. Though this may come as a shock to some, America, as a sovereign nation, has not existed.
Sure, it looked like it to the untrained eye. And yes, we were encourage to believe this fantasy by politicians, pundits, the corporate media, and Hollywood movies. We were taught in school about the 3 branches of government and how everything worked on Capital Hill—supposedly. Until civics was ultimately scrubbed from curriculums nationwide to keep us from asking questions about the discrepancies between how our government was supposed to be and what it really was.
Those in power knew that our country was technically pretend; a great big fiction. To accomplish their dark nefarious goals, it had to be.
What We’ve Been
America has always existed in our hearts and minds, thankfully, but in reality we were simply the military arm of a borderless, invisible seat of one world authority, a global power nexus of secret kings and heirs of international banking institutions—the shadow government—who were aided and insulated by a single, massive, weaponized intelligence, surveillance, and law enforcement apparatus—the deep state.
You can not have both a sovereign nation with laws and a government which is free to make its own decisions and operate in the best interest of its citizens and a shadow government and deep state at the same time. The two can not coexist. The existence of a deep state and shadow government render your country imaginary.
As the military arm of this global power nexus, our countrymen and women have been flung out to fight all over the world, and in order to perpetuate this, we’ve unknowingly been the most important puppets on the planet.
Most of us have begun to realize that we don’t have real journalists and that the corporate media is not here to help defend a free sovereign people. Their aim is the opposite. It’s becoming easier and easier to see that our minds, thoughts, and opinions, as Americans, have long been the most valuable property on earth. And we are beginning to understand the expense and effort taken to controlled our reality and perceptions by those who have been running the world.
As the lies all wear off we’re waking up to realize we’ve been propagandized 24 hours a day, everywhere we turn, more than any other group of humans on earth. That we’ve been kept in a hermetically sealed bubble we didn’t even know existed. Intentionally distracted and divided in service of the corrupt corporate system that enriches and empowers the select unelected few to the social, political, environmental, and psychological detriment of the rest of us; and all of this has been sadly masquerading as democracy.
Because we were fooled into thinking we had a country to defend, we fought wars we didn’t understand, all the while our freedoms were being eliminated, our economy decimated, as elite corruption went perpetually unpunished, all because America, as it were, simply did not exist. Not as a sovereign nation. Though to be fair neither has Canada, Australia, Libya, Japan, France, Mexico, Iraq, the UK… Almost all the countries of the world have been merely pretend things. This has been true for a very long time.
Sure, there have been flags and court houses, capitals and elections, presidents, prime ministers, parliaments and congresses, that’s all part of the façade. A grand puppet theatre. It has not mattered if you lived in America or Iraq, we’ve all been serving the same shared invisible rulers. We’ve all been feeding the eye.
Iraq supplies the oil, America, the world army; the war machine of the global cabal, nothing more nothing less. Hence why the U.S. conflicts of the last 30 years have become so difficult to comprehend much less explain. “Why are we fighting this war? How does this effect us,” we’d wonder in increasing frustration? Because we really did believe there was this ‘us’ called America, that we were a sovereign nation free to act in our own interests. But there was no real us. There was one global regime, we were its military, and its interests are what we served.
Just one thing held this unelected, soulless, shadow government and its criminal deep state in power; our ignorance of its existence. That’s why the great globalist unmasking has turned the entire world upside down.
What We Are Meant To Be
Many people, forces, and factors shaped the founding of America, but one man from England in the 1600s, John Locke—arguably the most enlightened thinker of the last five hundred years—provided what scholars agree is the largest amount of the framework for the divine conception America was to become.
Locke’s famous theories of the natural rights of life liberty and property, and several of his other revolutionary assessments of human nature being inherently good and the role of government helped inspire the American Revolution and other key historical events. His works and writings built the framework for our current modern society. His contribution to the course of human history can not be overstated.
In the late 1600s he held power over the creation of policies concerning the colonies during this critical time in their development. It was at this time Locke published his most famous political work; The Two Treatisis Concerning Government, in which he argues for natural rights to life liberty and property, and that the social contract that is ‘government’ comes in order to preserve these natural rights. He also asserted that governments can be limited by law, and that citizens have a right to revolution.
In the first of the two treatises, Locke disputed the notion of the divine right of royalty on a historical basis—a bold notion that was unheard of at the time. He also distinguishes between different types of governing powers saying that, “Absolute monarchy is inconsistent with civil society.”
It is these thoughts on the British Monarchy, revolutionary ideas at the time, which influenced the colonists in the 1700s and carried on through the founding of our country. Chief among his many contributions and influences is his major influencing role in the key factors of our government including; the 3 branches of government, the system of checks and balances, and the limits on the powers of the executive branch.; echoing the idea that sovereign people have no rulers or kings.
Locke’s 2nd Treatis is also referenced to this day for its focus on natural rights and the people’s right to revolt. The framers of our constitution used Locke’s philosophies as their guide. This is clear throughout our founding documents, particularly as it pertains to ideas such as; the purpose of our government is to preserve the natural rights of the people, the people maintain sovereignty over their government, the people can overthrow the government if it fails to protect their rights and that the governments powers can be limited by laws. His monumental ideas concerning religious tolerance also formed the basis for the religious freedom inherent within our founding. Locke’s views on religious freedom became a fundamental part of the 1st amendment outlining our most basic rights. What a shining city on a hill Locke’s enlightenment would be.
Shining City On A Hill
Until very recently I was unaware that the concept of the ‘shining city on a hill’ that’s long been referenced in terms of America, comes from the parable of Salt and Light in Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount.
In Matthew 5:14, he tells his listeners:
“You are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden.”
Salt And Light
“You are the salt of the earth. You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house.”
The 2nd American Revolution
That is the essence of what we are fighting for right now. We are fighting for who and what we truly are as humans, and for what a country is supposed to be. That this shall be restored and that in so doing America can be that shinning example for the world.
This grand experiment is also the crux of the grand experiment of Life: to experience the illusion of separation from Source, as Jesus did and we all do in this incarnation, so we could grow through the process of reunification w/GOD & each other. This is the rebirth of the people of earth, through the rebirth of our nations. As we reconnect with our I AM presence within, we will come into natural Union on a collective level. As each nation stands in its own uniqueness and power the global collective will strengthen and thrive.
From the first revolution to the second we’ve gone from muskets to memes. Nonetheless, we have been fighting like our lives depend on it, and like the world is hanging in the balance, because they do and it is. Take a breath and give yourself and everyone else a lot of grace patriots. We are a strong, resilient, divine people, and yes, we have been through the ringer. We have witnessed the death of everything we thought we were and, fought to bring forth the truth through our love for this land and one another, and come back to tell the tale. And we will emerge, like the phoenix from the fire, reborn and resurrected.
In Love and Truth,
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free. You and I have the courage to say to our enemies. There is a price we will not pay. There is a point beyond which they must not advance. We’ll preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we’ll sentence them to take the last step into a thousand years of darkness.” Ronald Reagan
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