He is the most dangerous man alive today. He is an extraordinary liar. He is a thief and, some would believe, with good reason, he is a murderer. He has, upon the world scene, upstaged both Stalin and Hitler. Neither of them were a danger to the world as this man. Theirs was more localized. This man is far superior in intellect, deceit and callousness of heart that is far beyond their scope. Neither of these men had a companion who was equally, if not more determined and shrewed as they, to create a world according to their own bent. This most dangerous man does not use brute force openly, but beguiles with the skill of Satan. He is charismatic and charming. He is handsome to behold.
He is the President of the United States.
He is the darling of Tinsiltown, the hero of the media, friend of perverts and a pal of those who would rule the world. He has bought the vote of the Negro, the feminists, the perverts, the foreigners who refuse to be Americans, and now he is buying the votes of the military. The public treasury is his to promise to those who support him. The normal God-fearing citizen, the real patriot, those who care for the liberties won in the war for independence and who maintain the spirit of our forefathers, are all over-whelmed by the masses of those deceived and who practice deceit.
He sometimes totes the Bible, and speaks of it at the national prayer breakfast in Washington D.C. He wows the crowds with his oratory, calls himself a Christian by many names. Yet he would not know a Christian if one ran over him. He flies a flag he seeks to destroy and professes a faith he has never known.
In light of this most dangerous man in the world, the public manifests the blindness and naïveté of the cold-blooded frog who is placed in a pan of water over the fire. He enjoys that period when the water begins to warm up. It elevates his blood temperature and, for the time, all is well. The temperature increases and so slow is the change that the poor frog pays little heed. Before long, the temperature rises to boiling and the frog is cooked. Such is the naïveté of the general public. As long as things seem good – bread on the table, a chicken in the pot, car in the garage, an opportunity to work or to be fed at the welfare table of the U.S. Treasure – and all is well.
As long as there is the promise of better times, little does the public realize that powers granted to Washington are the very powers that destroy their liberties. Little do they realize that with every legal restriction, sometimes championed by the most sincere but naïve persons, is but a further empowerment of the National government and the most certain loss of individual and collective liberty. Benjamin Franklin had a word to say for people so naïve: “They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty or safety.”
The impeachment process has brought out the ignorance and diabolical nature of this present generation of lawyers, of both history and even the use of words and common sense. Constitutional scholars who teach in our universities and schools of law follow the ungodly route of Oliver W. Holmes who was an avowed Darwinists. His belief in evolution colored all his decisions of government and especially his view of the Constitution. He latched upon perceived ambiguities and made the Constitution to say whatever he wanted it to say. This is the present manifestation of this most dangerous man alive and those who support him.
They will have no absolutes. Absolutes put such men under restrictions, and man, since Adam’s fall and the result of it, was that they would not have restrictions placed upon them. Since God is absolute, mankind, following the unregenerate nature won in the fall, simply will not allow any set rule of law. For these, there is but one absolute, and that is that there are absolutely no absolutes.
The most dangerous man alive is at one with the body of humanity.
He is one with those described in Psalm 2:
Why do the nations rage and the peoples plot in vain? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the LORD and against his Anointed, saying, “Let us burst their bonds apart and cast away their cords from us.”
They hate any restrictions. They want no standard for sexual conduct. They want no standard for social order. They despise any standard for religious worship. They hate, with a hellish passion, any absolutes restricting government, but lust for the government to be absolute. The idea of a strong family must give way to a strong and absolute state.
On stage at the present moment is Barack Hussein Obama, the most dangerous man to freedom and liberty in modern times. Yet the danger is not recognized by the masses. The media, such as CNN etc., serve as a vast propaganda machine with a slanted support for this rule of lawlessness. There are so few in government who have the courage, even though they see the danger, and who will do nothing because it will cost them a price they are not willing to pay.
We must be grateful that there are some who are standing in the gap for what is right before God and man regardless of costs. They are the real hero’s in this present conflict.
History will, when freedom is lost for good in America, look back and pray for the likes of such men again to come again upon the world and provide liberty. Awareness to the death of our nation, as in the case with the frog, may come too late. Who will be able to challenge the tyrants, who have at their beck and call the most powerful army in the world? As Patrick Henry once observed, particularly “since not a musket may be found” in the hands of the citizens?
It must be remembered that it was Patrick Henry who declared what has long been forgotten by this present generation: “It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians, not on religions, but on the Gospel of Jesus Christ! For this reason peoples of other faiths have been afforded asylum, prosperity and freedom of worship here.”
Once again, the words of George Washington are needed for the present time: “The time is now near at hand which must probably determine whether Americans are to be freemen or slaves; whether they are to have any property they can call their own; whether their houses and farms are to be pillaged and destroyed, and themselves consigned to a state of wretchedness from which no human efforts will deliver them.”
The future of this nation, while always depending on God, must, if it is to survive, depend upon men and women who love God and His Christ and are willing to resist this most dangerous man and his evil army.
William Penn declared: “those people who will not be governed by God will be ruled by tyrants.” Thomas Paine’s observation is also true for our present circumstance: “the summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will in this crisis shrink from the service of their country; but he who stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like Hell, is not easily conquered.”