John L. Guest post by Kachelman, Jr
Where are the heroes?
“Real Courage to Face Political Conspiracy”
Today’s Perceived Reality: Faceless Attack Groups. Unnecessary political access. Innocent civilians are punished while criminals continue their anarchy. Politicians silently agree while ruling bureaucrats.
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Current events highlight the erosion of cultural values that once distinguished the United States as a beacon of light. We were a national refuge of hope.
“Mother of the Ghailanis. From his beacon-hand shines universal welcome; His light eyes command the windswept harbor that forms the Twin Cities. Keep, ancient lands, the glory of your destinations! She cries with silent lips. Give me your weary, your poor, your throngs yearning to breathe free, the miserable refusal of your drenched shore. Send these homeless ones to me, I lift my lamp to the golden gate!”
This expression of welcoming embrace of “a people yearning to breathe free” has now been erased and replaced by a group of ideas against the wishes of the Founding Fathers. Life, liberty and individualism are the hallmarks of our national greatness.
National conscience has been replaced by the arrogance of “bureaucratic rulers” who rule not by elected privilege but by arbitrary tenure. Such rulers have their own concept of how the nation should develop and this is the compass in today’s governance structure. These rulers blatantly ignore the states’ rights required by the Constitution. These unelected political rulers manipulate the system and propagandize media releases so that the message defends their tyranny. Consequently, they are considered innocent and any resistance is rebellion.
The state of governance today is no different from the aristocratic rulers of ancient history who ruled with autocracy and brutally oppressed.
Today’s “ruling elites” are barbarians without respect for the “people longing to breathe free”. Today’s political “elite” are tomorrow’s princes, princesses, lords, ladies, counts, countesses, etc. They serve willingly and do not care about their lawless actions. They devour with an ever-growing selfish appetite.
They see themselves above the law. They guarantee themselves immunity by corrupting and controlling agencies that are supposed to be guardians of the national rule of law. These offer the most absurd explanations of their anarchy and the puppet media happily spins this lawless justification without shame.
However, such callous disregard for the established rule of law never brings national greatness. Ironically, even the elite’s justification that national greatness is possible only with a “developing” law, such hastens and accelerates a national lineage that ultimately leads to national extinction.
History teaches us that individualism is not found in group swans. When the group thinks it takes control of the nation, true benevolence is sacrificed for passive obedience to orders; The visionary ideal of absolute justice, personal rights, and respect for others turns into an absurdity of basic morality. Instead of a historical morality beyond civilization, it seeks obedience to the dictates of the master.
Where are the brothers? Who will rise up and stand firm against those who destroy the national foundation? Where are the brothers? Bravely willing to defend the national rule of law for citizens “yearning to breathe free”?
Today’s situation is not new. Historical anecdotes remain instructive as to what constitutes daring and how such bravery is a memorable event and time-honoured. Quick look at the history record. Learn and use these famous events to awaken the courage necessary to ensure the inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness!
Consider Joseph Schulz (Scholz; also Serbian Jozef Salk). He was a German soldier with the 714th Infantry Division stationed in the Balkans, Serbia during World War II. He died in 1941, allegedly executed after refusing to participate in a partisan execution. Some dismiss his account as a legend but photographs of his execution lend credence to his story. A brief summary of his heroism: During the German fascist terror there was a strong resistance movement in the occupied lands. The fascists decided that intimidation would suppress the opposition. Therefore, groups of villagers were arrested and shot. This evil was sanctioned by the higher authorities. The soldiers robotically “obeyed their duty and their orders”.
By 20 July 1941. That day a Wehrmacht firing squad executed sixteen Yugoslav partisans inside the barracks of Smederevska Palanka, southeast of Belgrade.
Local people were often present in these proceedings. The presence of these witnesses described the horrific events. It is said that on that day Schulz shouted, “I will not shoot! These men are innocent!” Schulz’s commander linked Schulz with the partisans. The soldiers immediately shot Schulz and the others and buried them. Joseph Schulz bravely stood up and made a bold statement.
When the bodies of the victims were exhumed after the war, an eyewitness recalls that remnants of a German soldier’s military equipment were also recovered, but the identification tag was lost.
Where are the heroes of law enforcement today? Who will step forward and say, “I will not shoot! These men are innocent!”
Many try to justify their legalistic behavior and excuse their personal duty by claiming “I’m just following orders.” These fascists join the ranks of firing squads who were merely “following orders”. A time-proven fact – innocence is sacrificed on the altar of political bureaucracy by those entrusted with upholding the law!
Consider Admiral David Farragut. “Damn the torpedoes—full speed ahead!” from the Battle of Mobile Bay. Although questioned, this reference is attributed to Admiral Farragut as he realized that the bay was planted with sixty-seven mines (“torpedoes”). Whether or not the admiral uttered this quote is immaterial as he decided to cross the mines and attack the three forts. The smoke of battle made it impossible for the admiral to follow and issue orders.
During the battle, Admiral Farragut climbed the mast and was tied to it so he wouldn’t fall. He wanted to be above the smoke so he could get a better view of the situation. This was seen as the ultimate act of bravery by the ship’s captain. If the ship sinks he will not be able to save himself and he will go down with the ship.
The admiral was determined. The admiral was discouraged. The admiral stood on principled foundations and would not surrender.
Where are you guys today? Who tie themselves to the mast and are willing to go down with the ship rather than surrender to principle and honor? Where are you guys today? Who rise above the haze of pathetic excuses and lame justifications to see the danger before them?
Consider Polonius. He is the character in Shakespeare’s Hamlet (Act 1, Scene III, Lines 78-82) who says: “This above all: be thyself true…Thou canst no man lie.” These words give good advice for a balanced life. Today this phrase is used in the context of honesty and commitment. Polonius spoke these words as advice to his son, Laertes.
Polonius believed that a person must first be loyal to his personal values. Today’s usage refers to ideas of truth, self-ownership, and individuality. These are the priorities of a balanced and successful life.
Where are the brothers? Pursuing these priorities in our national interest? Where the hero is challenged For citizens to pursue truth, self-ownership and individuality before all other interests? Sadly, this heroic challenge is unheard of today.
The historical narrative of civilization continued to be woven. Politicians, military brass, educators and many others try to weave their message and leave their history behind. But such results in a scrambled tapestry. The weavers are following their own interests. Tragic consequences exist and only worsen as culture and civility continue to ebb and flow as anarchy emerges from the breakdown of the rule of law.
Today we need heroes Who will stand up and say, “This police action is not fair – they are innocent!” Today we need heroes who will strike the masts themselves so that they can navigate the battle and prepare to go down with the ship. We all need to pursue the noble truth with priority that is true to our inner resolve.
We don’t need jack-booted, goose steppers who excuse personal responsibility by claiming “I’m just following orders.” We ask, “Whose orders are you following? How are these mandates established by the rule of law? Why follow the orders of superiors which have not been interpreted in the context of law?”
We need brave responses For battles over personal rights, individuality, and good values. We need the bravery of law enforcement officers, military personnel and every citizen Who will stand up and shout against unsanctioned orders that “It’s not right! I can’t follow!”
It’s time for a modern Joseph Sulak to stand up to the political bureaucrats, military, law enforcement and spineless politicians and scream, “This is not fair! These people are innocent!” States are sheltering those who are disturbed by situations that demand their compromised compliance and are courageous enough to stand firm.
Notice Moses. An identity line is drawn between culture and national conscience through the rule of law. It sets boundaries for behavior and demands a commitment to uphold truth and right. This is not a new development. Civilization has its historicity. Perhaps the clearest is found in Exodus 32:25-26. There a nation had fallen into selfishness and the rule of law had been removed. Read the text and note these facts:
- Group think made people “out of control”.
- Individualism disappeared and all responded without thinking.
- Logic is distorted and emotionality takes over.
- Relying on man’s wisdom instead of God’s infinite wisdom – Man took the place of God.
- Those who accepted it became objects of ridicule and surrendered their personal dignity and worth.
There is never a moment when courage of heroic proportions is not required to keep the nation centered on critical foundations. Schultz, Farragut, Polonius and Moses rightly prove this point.
There is never a time for political patronage that ignores compromise and the collapse of the national rule of law.
We are looking for people who have bravery, commitment to the national rule of law, and willingness to sacrifice and serve so that righteousness prevails and anarchy is tamed. Our question to all within the governance structure of our country today is, “Will you stand firm and be remembered with other heroic characters of history? Will you declare that the actions are not right – they are innocent?