The Seese Chronicles: When My Country Fell to the Liberals

The Public Never Knew What Happened!

Mr. Smith… from another time!

June 4, 2006 – There is so much rampant relativism in America today that only the few who care about the future of this nation and the heritage that made it a once great nation understand that the liberty of which we are so zealous is as fictitious as Santa Claus, perhaps more so.

As a nation filled with IRS-beholden churches whose preachers cannot involve themselves in the political morality of the day, or the ethics dictated by the Christian faith, or even the public displays of the symbols of our faith lest some be offended and take matters to court, we are filled with churchians who agree with whatever our government says about God, even to whether He exists. We should be a nation of fiery pulpits rather than teachers who tickle ears for the sake of building membership numbers and bowing to the dictates of the tolerance and diversity peddlers whose influence is manifest everywhere. Sadly, we are not a nation of fiery pulpits but of merchandisers of a feel-good religion with bigger buildings and smaller messages of little to no import, and barely a word of true Gospel.

We’re not ashamed to tell the pollsters (however they do polls) that we’re Christian, but we’re very afraid to tell our neighbors or to follow the commands of the Lord who died for our sins and rose for our justification. In fact, we just might not be too sure that this faith is “the way, the truth and the life” as the Master said, of Himself and His Church. And even if we really more or less believe, we can’t fight the old city hall, whether it be in Podunk or Washington, D.C. We might get in trouble with the government that teaches a separation of church and state as “constitutional” when that phrase isn’t even in the Constitution (go read it, it’s on the internet, you might even be astonished that most of our laws are unconstitutional).

These are days when it can be dangerous to be a Christian in America.

These are days when it can be dangerous to be an honest and law-abiding unbeliever if such leads to speaking out against the corruption of the system that stifles honest capitalism in favor of multinational, globalist elitism.

These are days when people no longer feel they can speak their minds, they’re afraid of their neighbors and even their relatives. The people live in fear, and older folks can recall a time, just over forty years ago, when no American had to live in fear of what they believed within the basics of the laws of any civil society … laws against murder, assault, pedophilia, sodomy, and others that were generally believed to be the skeleton laws needed by a free society to rein in sociopaths who would do harm to all. Free speech wasn’t public obscenity but the freedom to speak out against the ills that creep into any social order through the sinful nature of man and the penchant of the strong to grind the weak under their heels. After all, this was American, where all men were created equal under the laws of the land, as enumerated in our founding documents and locally enacted (and at times rescinded) laws by our elected representatives. We are and always have been a federal republic, not a “democracy.”

Don’t even try to tell me this is a free country. The tactics employed by the snoopers, the courts, the men in black uniforms who look more like space aliens than humans, and the persecutors who misuse the law to prod the population into submission by the devil’s tactics of manipulation, intimidation and domination speak more of a totalitarian government than Red China’s uniformed guards. We’re just more subtle about the fact that the government has taken away the freedom of the press, the freedom of the representatives elected to office, and the entire Bill of Rights that allows the people to dictate to the government how we, the people, shall be governed and by whom.

More money has been poured into education than any other effort than perhaps defense or that sinkhole for taxpayer dollars called “Medicare” which is a good intention gone to pave the highway to debtor’s Hell.

We fell into liberalism, which some have described as a mental illness and well it may be.

We have two political parties and they both scare the daylights out of anyone who has looked into the erasure of our national borders, the dilution of our European cultural heritage (along with the destruction of Europe’s Christian and nationalistic cultural heritage). It scares the average person to know how much we don’t know about what is happening to us. It is even scarier to have to depend on the internet press corps, a loose coalition of patriots, some with valid and careful observations and others with wild sensationalism to add to the fear factor.

The advertisers know what people feel they’re missing, so we get repetitive catchwords like empower, control, manage, take charge and others that tell any cautious observer that those words hit a nerve because we’ve lost all feeling that we have any control over our lives, our future, our nation, the world that was to be built for the sake of the children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

What happened?

Liberalism crept into every strategic office and every meaninful area of our lives from the highest offices in the land to the smallest classroom. What was meant to integrate has divided. What was meant to educate has come to indoctrinate.

What was once the path to building a better America became the road to globalist control of the masses under a system even Stalin would envy.

Years without having to defend liberty on our native soil, which we should have been doing rather than trusting our politicians and the do-gooder coverups euphemistically named “non-governmental organizations” to preserve sucker fish and cone snails while grabbing off land for United Nations control has left us comfortable, wimpy, fearful, weak, bowing to the Baals of government’s making and elitist control while deviously persuading Christians that they must accept all sinners and their sins out of love. The public at large of whatever or no religious persuasion must accept vaccination regardless of the poisons it inserts into the systems of children too young to absorb such chemicals. The elderly are victims of the “I, me, my and mine” syndrome that says family is an obligation under the supervision of the state, and if the elderly are in the way, then they must be shifted off to old-age cages where they can die from something they never had until they arrived there.

When we were free as a nation under God, we had less disease, less crime, more respect for authority that deserved respect, and a moral compass that is now somewhere in the bowels of Atlantis.

Do not ask the way to correct things. Too many people know and far too many are afraid it might disrupt their comfort zones.

Of course, Christians could return to their faith once delivered and pray, having in many cases forgotten the power and privilege of prayer.

My country fell to the liberals, the crumbling began publicly in the 1960’s but it wasn’t outright oppression until the 1990’s. Now illegal aliens have more rights than citizens, courtesy of a renegade government and a sold out political machine.

Perhaps a new generation of Mr. Smiths needs to come to Washington and to every state capitol, idealists who don’t give up and say it’s too big for all of us. After all, dominators are bullies, and bullies are just cowards who are able to convince the majority that they have the power, when it is we who have it and let them steal it.

It just depends on whether comfort is more important than integrity, and whether liberty was worth the price it once commanded.

~ The Author ~
Dorothy Anne Seese was a child actress in Hollywood, most well known for her role as ‘Phronsie Pepper‘ in the Five Little Peppers series of films. Later in life, she became a freelance political writer for Patch Work papers and a regular contributor for the first generation Federal Observer. At the time of the above post, Miss Seese had been retired after 25 years as a legal secretary/assistant and, prior to that, over 15 years as a business systems and procedures analyst. Her hobby was freelance writing. A native of Southern California, Dorothy A. Seese resided in Sun City, Arizona until her death in December of 2015 of cancer.

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