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What is America’s
greatest moral challenge?
(Jun 6, 2007)
greatest moral challenge to America is relearning HOW to think, not what to
think, so we may regain the ideas and concepts underlying the only rational
code of moral epistemology ever discovered and implemented on Earth:
inherent individual rights in the U.S. Constitution.
Boise, ID – Since it
was asked but not answered at last night’s 3rd GOP presidential
debate, the greatest moral issue America faces today is how to regain its
intellectual code of rational individual rights morality and thus regain the
concepts of limited government with an objective judicial system.
national and international problem today can be boiled down to a conflict
between inherent individual rights vs. altruistic collectivism. The
underlying bankrupt premise that the highest moral ideal is the sacrifice of
the individual to the collectivist church or collectivist state is the root
cause of what ails America, and the entire world, today.
In order to obtain
the "sanction of the victim," as Ayn Rand would say, the collectivist church
or state must first destroy the individual's rational consciousness, his
ability to think. This has already been accomplished through the major
religions, including Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, and the state's
public education system in which Johnny has purposely NOT been taught HOW to
thinking or disconnected spin-thinking
has replaced categorized, consistently-principled,
logical thinking as the predominant
form of teaching our youth how to think – or rather, how NOT to think -- in
the same manner as sight reading replaced
phonetic reading and produced
a nation of children who can’t read. Now we have produced a nation of
citizens who can’t think.
bombarded by the anti-individualist morality of the major religions’
fairytales and voodoo ethics, coupled with collectivist socialist sophisms,
we have now replaced the moral epistemology of individual rights logic and
reason with collectivist political slogans. The individual’s freedom of
speech, voluntary association, trade, religion, and choice of gold money has
been replaced with an anonymous ethic of
“public good,” “universal health,” “state welfare,” and “non-backed,
non-collateralized, non-promissory counterfeit dollars” printed
up for 3-cents per bill no matter what the denomination. The stripping of
value from America’s dollar is a de facto stripping of your individual
rights, whether you can trace the logic or not.
Thus, the welfare
state collectivists had only one thing left to do to complete their moral
takeover of America: remove the major financial basis of free market
capitalism, namely the gold standard, the only moral result of
non-infringing individual rights, and replace it with counterfeit paper that
can be expanded at will by the private central bankers. Blurring both the
conceptual and physical distinctions of a commodity (gold money) and a paper receipt for
that commodity (the dollar) has ensured that those in power can commit any individual
rights violations anywhere throughout the world by "legally" financing both
sides of every war, by translating wealth and savings from others to
themselves through churning fake “paper” in the markets, and continually
providing Congress with unlimited deficit financing.
Note that these
collectivist atrocities have all occurred within the bankrupt moral
philosophy of, “God is on our side.” Across the ocean, the same
collectivist atrocities against the individual are committed within the
bankrupt morality of, “Allah is on our side.” Evidently, Earth humans have
yet to discover the moral basis for inherent individual rights.
The greatest moral
challenge to America is relearning HOW to think, not what to think, so we
may regain the ideas and concepts underlying the only rational code of moral
epistemology ever discovered and implemented on Earth: inherent individual
rights in the U.S. Constitution. That is Rep Ron Paul's challenge: to bring
that message to the people of America, whether he is elected President in
2008 or not. – FM Duck
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