Weatherford Democrat


April 19, 2012

COLUMN: Wake up to the government's reality

— Are you familiar with executive order No. 13575 that has been signed into law by the president and the U.N. agenda 21. The things promoted by these marvelous sounding documents are like all governmental plans. We are here to help you, but it is just a way to get the camel’s nose under the tent. Before you can stop the beast, he is in and you are out in the cold.

Agenda 21 has not been voted on, but you must implore your representatives to vote against it. Agenda 21 openly targets private property. The U.N. wrongly contends private land ownership causes inequitable concentration of wealth and therefore contributes to social injustice. Healthy societies can only be achieved if land is communal and all used in the interest of society, not individuals. Seems to me that was tried by the Pilgrims and they nearly starved to death; it won’t work. Each family was given their own plot of land and there was plenty of food for every one. Just remember that your president is all about fairness.

The U.N. is still consumed with climate change and I have noticed that the climate is in a state of change constantly. The weather forecast on some channels gives the high and low temperatures for the date, and if you will notice the temperature for that date varies almost unbelievably over the years. Forty-nine former NASA scientists and astronauts sent a letter to NASA administrator Charles Bolden admonishing the agency for its role in advocating a high degree of certainty that man-made C02 is a major cause of climate change, while neglecting empirical evidence that calls the theory into question.

Do you remember Hillary Clinton screaming that she was sick and tired of hearing that dissent was unpatriotic? She said that debate and protest was the highest form of patriotism. We now have HR347 that will limit free speech based on what a Secret Service agent deems appropriate. The bill was cosponsored by a Republican and a Democrat. I don’t believe a speaker should be interrupted — all discourse should be civil. I could be slightly biased, but it seems to me that liberals are ardently in love with free speech, only when they are speaking.

Don’t forget to read up on the history of Argentina, before you make a decision on who to vote for this coming presidential election. It went from one of the wealthiest nations to one of the poorest and an inflation rate of 3000 percent. We are headed in that direction.

One more minor observation, we hear that the president is a constitutional lawyer.

In my opinion the only reason that he has an interest is the Constitution is to see how it can be dismantled. It’s obvious that he doesn’t like the restraints that it puts on big government. He sees it as a flawed document that thwarts communism.

Richard Feuilly is a guest columnist. He is a retired ditch digger and a resident of Weatherford.

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