Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
Going back to our earliest days, we developed a great appreciation of traditionalism. Like in the Roman Republic, with their appreciation of Greek literature and its impact on philosophy and its culture. Going back even further to the "inheritated morality of their fathers" that the Roman's spoke of, many occasion.
It is the concept of legacy. That you are part of a greater family, and you'd die to protect your culture or live to honor other's sacrifice. It is the backbone of any society, and is required for the spirit of ingenuity and innovation, and pride in one's people. The Obama administration attacked this constantly, while seeming utterly disdainful of Christianity.
This mirrored the sentiment of some Romans' disapproval of the Greeks having decent sway in popular culture. Half of America's culture is heavily influenced by Catholisism, Protestantism, Evangelicalism, while the other half comes from adopted traditions from Europe.
What it seemed Obama was trying to do, was rip the spine out of our morality, which going by bolshivistic tactics, would trigger a growing belief in nihilism, and cause a collapse of the country, exactly what happened to the Tsars in Russia. Traditionalism is required for any venture into the future, with Britain growing to massive influence and helping create some of the worlds best inventions, and being a large land power.
With Mexico, they had no tradition other than the Spanish crown, and they rejected it, and as a result, have been an unstable mess for 200 years, marred with constant revolution, ruled by self described "Dictators", with the desolation and shame of their own people scraping by, with no belief in themselves, or, hating themselves outright.
Traditionalism is something of providence, the admiration and respect of others that are no longer here, and the acknowledgment of their influence and effect on our society. If an idea could be divine inwithin itself, it would be one of them.
Traditionalism is something of providence, the admiration and respect of others that are no longer here, and the acknowledgment of their influence and effect on our society. If an idea could be divine in within itself, it would be one of them.
I believe this statement says it all and we need think very clearly about this and look at all those in office in AZ who Sponsored, Supported and Voted for the National Popular Vote and ask why anyone who believes the statement would vote for them.
We've gone WAY too far into democracy territory. Feudalism is just around the corner.