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The Eleven Words Are Already America’s Purpose

The Declaration of Independence was a propaganda document.

It was a Declaration written in a period of full scale war.

No one takes the bulk of it seriously, where everything is blamed on the King. Everyone at the Convention had lived under English law their whole lives, and they knew very well that the King could not do the things he was accused of without Parliament.

But there is only one short sentence of criticism for the Parliament. That’s where our sympathizers were, a minority, though a strong one.

Not one delegate, including Jefferson who wrote it, took the phrase from French liberals, “All men are created equal,” seriously.

Most people don’t know the difference between the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.

America has only adopted one statement which summarizes what America exists for: “To secure the blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.”

If you were trying to write the most total rejection of “a nation of immigrants” you possibly could, that is what you would say.

The Gettysburg Address was delivered by a President who declared martial law during his reelection campaign. There was no question in Lincoln’s mind that he was declaring a Revolution “dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.”

How many men would have fought for the Union if they were informed that they were not fighting for the unity of their homeland, not even for the good of their own children, but for one single proposition?

In 1857 the Supreme Court wrote a book-length decision, Missouri versus Dred Scot, which went into detail about how America was founded and dedicated to white people: “A black man has no rights under the Constitution that a white man need respect.”

The Gettysburg Address was a war measure.

Just as the Declaration of Independence was a war measure.

Literate grown men in 1776 did not declare something as absurd as “all men are created equal” without a really good excuse.

Literate grown men in 1776 did not say “I want to kill Englishmen” at just any time.

So, until the Gettysburg Address, America was officially established to ensure a future for our white children.

The revolution to a propositional state is only valid if you accept the military dictatorship that enforced it.

This nation IS dedicated to a proposition, and it is eleven words long.