Is slavery returning to America? Yes, but not how you think it might be.

Slavery, one of the most horrible institutions that mankind has known was put into the trash heap of history in 1863. Slavery still does exist in our world today and it is mostly in islamic countries. This is not about the problem of slavery in other countries, but about the return of slavery here in the United States. Are you confused about what you just read? Keep reading and this will clear up very quickly and I do not think you will like where we are going, as a country.

Under the obama administration the term 'nanny state or nanny government has taken on a life of its own. "Enslavement will not come with a bang, but with a slow, relentless whimper. Each day, each week, each month, each year brings us closer to a state of de facto slavery as a result of greed disguised as "civil rights."

It did not start with the obama but it certainly has been accelerated under the first muslim potus's watch. The sad truth is we will ALL pay a price if we do not put a stop to this, and soon. From Examiner.com.

The slavery of the Nanny government
By Jim Kouri

No matter which political party Americans belong, their tax dollars are being used to help Democrat lawmakers maintain their control of the White and both houses of the U.S. Congress.

President Barack Obama’s frantic fundraising spree to help Democrats win midterm elections costs U.S. taxpayers millions of dollars and the carbon emissions spewed by the cross-country travel in a customized Boeing 747 undoubtedly contributes to global warming.

In addition, after Obama pushed a taxpayer funded handout to the unions that support Democrats, these same unions turned around and funneled tens of millions of dollars back to the Democrat Party for its candidates. In other words like it or not, Republicans and independents are Democrat Party contributors.

On New Year's Day of 1863, the first Republican Party President, Abraham Lincoln, with the stroke of his pen signed the historic Emancipation Proclamation. Only someone totally devoid of an education does not know how that document changed the course of history for an entire race of people, an entire nation and an entire culture. In essence, it ended the horrors of slavery. It ended the owning of members of one race by members of another race.

Unfortunately, too many citizens do not recognize the revival of slavery, albeit the more refined and less obvious enslavement of Nanny government. And, sadly, today more and more Americans are willing to give up certain freedoms in return for the promise of government largesse. And most of these citizens don't even realize what they're doing, because the news media are failing to perform their role as purveyors of truth and accuracy.

Enslavement will not come with a bang, but with a slow, relentless whimper. Each day, each week, each month, each year brings us closer to a state of de facto slavery as a result of greed disguised as "civil rights."

Ask most Americans and they will tell you that food, clothing, shelter and other necessities are "rights." Surely, they are necessities, but they are not rights that need to be provided by an omnipotent government.

And even when warranted, government charity has a way of morphing into government nightmares.

For example, part of President Lyndon Baines Johnson's "Great Society" poured billions of taxpayer dollars into a program that did more damage to the American family than any other handout. While the government paid women who bore children a monthly allowance based on the number of children in the household, it did not understand that the way the program's requirements were structured, millions of men left the home and in fact decided that the need for marriage was trumped by the need -- or desire -- for "free" money.

And yet, rather than retreat from government-run social programs, presidential administrations and lawmakers willingly continue to embrace spending programs that at best do not solve the problems they were created to solve, while at worst they create additional societal problems.

Today, the average citizen lives a fragile existence, in a struggle for survival that can be ended by missing a few paychecks. The carrot at the end of the stick which was formerly known as "the American dream" has been replaced by a whip that can best be described as the American nightmare. You no longer work to achieve a better life for yourselves and your children.

You work to keep a roof over your head, and you pray that you don't lose it because of oppressive taxation. Most Americans are oblivious to the excessive taxation, believing it only happens each April 15. They are not told by leaders or most of the media that besides income tax, they are taxed for just about every action they take. Go over a bridge, pay a toll (tax); paying your utility bills, pay surcharges (taxes); buy a product, pay sales tax; buy fuel for a vehicle, pay federal and state taxes.

Americans become de facto slaves when fear replaces incentive such as motivation to work. The leftist media regurgitates liberal-left talking points disguised as news stories about the wealthy living it up while the common man and woman struggles to feed themselves and their children. The idea is as old as Marxism. Even older. Create dissatisfaction to the point that people will seek out populists who promise much but deliver nothing but more power to themselves and their puppet masters.

The latest promise of a heaven on earth is Obama's medical care plan. Dressed up with flowery language and high-sounding platitudes, it is nothing more than a grand power grab of life-and-death decision-making.

A friend asked me rhetorically: Why would Americans turn over their health and welfare -- their very lives -- to a bunch of crooked politicians who spend most of their time covering up, lying, cajoling and cheating, all in the name of power?

Why are Americans so quick to turn life-and-death decisions over to a government filled with malignant narcissists? Could it be they want to be enslaved?

Jim Kouri, CPP is currently fifth vice-president of the National Association of Chiefs of Police and he's a columnist for The Examiner (examiner.com) and New Media Alliance (thenma.org). In addition, he's a blogger for the Cheyenne, Wyoming Fox News Radio affiliate KGAB (www.kgab.com). Kouri also serves as political advisor for Emmy and Golden Globe winning actor Michael Moriarty.
He's former chief at a New York City housing project in Washington Heights nicknamed "Crack City" by reporters covering the drug war in the 1980s. In addition, he served as director of public safety at a New Jersey university and director of security for several major organizations. He's also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country. Kouri writes for many police and security magazines including Chief of Police, Police Times, The Narc Officer and others. He's a news writer and columnist for AmericanDaily.Com, MensNewsDaily.Com, MichNews.Com, and he's syndicated by AXcessNews.Com. Kouri appears regularly as on-air commentator for over 100 TV and radio news and talk shows including Fox News Channel, Oprah, McLaughlin Report, CNN Headline News, MTV, etc.

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Anonymous said...

I shall be sharing this article on my Blog..

Every American need to understand and see political forces working against ordinary gullible citizens that a darn too powerful forces are working against the interest of America and Americans and in WH loyalty is towards Islam and Saudi Barberia.

Sam Hindu

PatriotUSA said...

Saudi Barberia, very funny, but
sadly true. What a dump. This
administration is out to enslave
the American people. Look how
well similar attempts have
failed in Europe. obama has
consistent in one area, hiding
the truth and 'transeprancy'
that he got elected on. He is
a traitor and should be impeached.

HermitLion said...

I'd like to add that the meaning behind calling something like food 'a right' is that a person expects someone else to pay for it.
Government spending comes from taxes, taxes come from the people, therefore 'free' food, or 'free' housing just means someone else
is paying for them.
In other words, those who can provide to themselves sustain those who can't, thus the entire society is being dragged down!
Let's take Denmark, for example - a country that offers free higher education. You can even change route in midway if you regret picking a certain course.
But just because you get free education, does that mean that the professors work for free? That the infrastructure for maintaining universities, and attracting quality faculty is free? The productive members of society pay for that, and if someone takes his higher education and leaves the country (or just sits in class doing nothing), all that tax money goes to waste. Moreso, let's say you have completed the arduous trials and many years required to become a doctor. What incentive do you have to stay in a place that taxes you heavily, to help complete strangers acquire their diplomas, when you could just move to a more free market economy, and make a hefty buck?
I don't presume to be an economical expert (far from it), but all of these points seem to stand out immediately, whenever someone mentions gettings 'free things' from the government.

By the way, in Israel we still have a program that gives money to families with many (5+ I believe) children - a left-over from the early days, when the country needed to be populated quickly. The main benefactors of it today are Orthodox Jews, and Arabs (multiple wives amongst the Muslims allow for even further breaching of this law) - both seditious factions that oppose the state.

PatriotUSA said...

Great points and I am running behind on posts due to work
hassles. Thanks for your comments!
Will be back a bit tonight and
for sure after Thursday.