The government in this country is the people. So, when you hear people make reference to “they” as the government, you need to understand that “they” is you! “We the people” really does mean something, according to the United States Constitution.
Now that we have got that straight…
Recently, I was watching a video, in which a woman was exposing some serious corruption within the system of American government. As she gave details to the high crimes of those who “derived their powers from the consent of the governed” (The Declaration of Independence), she pointed out that many people, who were on the inside, were a part of what she was exposing. They were willing to come forward if others were willing to do the same, but many were just too scared to stop the crimes that they are committing on the behalf of their employer.
Our veterans fought, bled and died to give these scared employees the freedom in which they now live (John 15:13). However, they don’t consider our veterans.
Those who serve “We the people,” in whatever capacity, whether it be the president of the United States, a representative or if it is in the military, all take an oath before God to “faithfully discharge the duties” of their offices.
After I had started to ponder what this woman from the video was saying, I started to recollect what took place at the Nuremberg trials after Hitler’s Third Reich was toppled.
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