Exploring the Social Imagination

Friday, August 7, 2015

The Leftist Fantasy of the Constitution and the Separation of Church and State

The Constitution is the most successful social contract ever written. It has opened up the eyes of many countries around the world in that they have embraced and begun to practice such libertarian ideals. Does it the Constitution have some flaws?... only a lack of foresight regarding of the coming of the reprobate leftist.

The reprobate leftist now occupies the ruling class which is on a mission to eliminate this successful social contract and they have been at it for a long time. Why?  Because, they do not like the fact that it shackles government (essentially it does in order to protect average people from such corruption). They - the ruling class dislikes the notion that average people have a voice. The dislike a doctrine that gives such people a voice and the fact that they cannot control such a voice.

This in fact controls them and forbids them to rule as authoritarians. They don't like the idea that average and even below average people know what is best for themselves. They certainly don't like that such people have a right to rule and have a voice which the Constitution guarantees.

Marxism and Communism have infected our ruling class and hence they are now reprobates. They hold an authoritarian world view that the average Joe should serve the state and the state is now them - ruling class. They don't like the idea that our Constitution puts the little man in the drivers seat hence the ruling class holds that libertarian doctrine in contempt.

Looking at the misnomer of the separation of church and state as being written in the Constitution will help us illiterate the reprobate. It is not mentioned in the Constitution. No was it ever. People have been led to think it is in the Constitution through propaganda to uneducated masses. What does the Constitution say? It says that government shall not make any laws regarding religious beliefs and practice. The government cannot start a religion or make any laws affecting people's religious practice and world view. The government must stay out of religion entirely even if they don't like what is being said.

It does not say that religion should stay out of government or influence public policy or not influence the people. This was done by the founders because in Europe at the time and all times past, the government was the arbiter of religion and could punish people for practicing in others ways that the government did not see fit or like. Our founders created a system to protect religious faith in the public and in the private.

And, now our reprobate ruling class has convinced a generation of people that religion should not influence the government and that is not true. Too many ignorant people have let this happen. A lot of secularists have been able to have more and more influence due to this and sadly it is also due to a falling away from the church and faith in a creator - God. Which is actually due to media propaganda spewed out and paid for by the leftist reprobate ruling class and their social ills (indulging in the flesh and greed) that plague our social imagination.

So, it is highly likely that without an actual disinfecting of this ruling class, the Constitution will become an obsolete document and we will enter a dark totalitarian world where freedom is extinguished.

If you have to relabel something then there is something fundamentally wrong with what you are selling. 

~ anonymous


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  3. To suggest that the "bedrock"\principle of the "separation of church and state was ever a principle in the minds and written documents of the Founders is a flat out lie. The entire point of ensuring that the government cannot influence religion was borne out of the historical experience of Europe where the ruling authorities were also the arbiters of faith. The experience of the founders was that the citizenry had the right and obligation to influence public policy based upon their faith while government had no authority to do so. To suggest that faith and public policy were to be completely separated is nonsense invented by humanists to secularize the public square and is a direct violation of both the lettter and spirit of the Constitution.