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Underpinnings And Foundation by Pete Ketcham

Their faith was their underpinning, and consequently, greatly influenced the composition of our constitution.

Underpinnings And Foundation

Underpinnings And Foundation

by Pete Ketcham

There are millions of conservative articles, editorials, news reports, facebook, twitter, utube, etc. dealing with the moral and constitutional Issues that are literally tearing our nation apart, but there comes a time to take a look at the basic root cause of this tremendous degenerate revolution that is sweeping across our nation.

As we know, the Constitution is the foundation of our nation, and we built our national and state governing structure on it. This document was created by men and supported by women who possessed a basic belief in the Christian faith. Their faith was their underpinning, and consequently, greatly influenced the composition of our constitution.

From the beginning of this nation this Christian underpinning influenced our subsequent laws, justice system, educational system, and in essence the complete involvement of what our nation had become. This all continued on from 1776 to the 1960’s when, historically, the “baby boomer” generation rejected the christian underpinning. They disregarded the conventional moral guidelines with their “free love”, Woodstock, and drugs. They mocked the Christian beliefs with their slogans such as “God is dead”, and plays like “Jesus Christ Super Star”, and lastly, they mocked this nation and it’s patriots.

Many of us at the time felt this generation would eventually “cut their long hair, put on a suit”, and blend back into the pre-existing culture. They did indeed “cut their hair, put on a suit”, but did not begin to blend in, as the degenerate godless nature of their youth was forever deeply embedded in their hearts.

You now see them today in the form of Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, the Clintons, and the list goes on. They have succeeded beyond their wildest dreams to transform much of this nation into the godless degenerate culture they lived as youths (and still do). They have successfully passed this godless philosophy down through two generations, and well into the third. As a result the original Christian underpinnings have come lose, and the constitutional foundation is crumbling.

Many people believe this current division in our nation today is  based on political differences, but in reality it is a moral and spiritual divide which is manifesting itself as political.

In conclusion I would like to leave you with the quotes of John Adams, George Washington, and Alexis de Tocqueville.

John Adams
“We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

George Washington
“It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible.”

“It is impossible to account for the creation of the universe, without the agency of a Supreme Being. It is impossible to govern the universe without the aid of a Supreme Being. It is impossible to reason without arriving at a Supreme Being.”

“Religion is as necessary to reason, as reason is to religion. The one cannot exist without the other. A reasoning being would lose his reason in attempting to account for the great phenomena of nature, had he not a Supreme Being to refer to.”

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Alexis de Tocqueville (1831)
“I sought for the greatness and genius of America in her commodious harbors and her ample rivers – and it was not there . . . in her fertile fields and boundless forests and it was not there . . . in her rich mines and her vast world commerce – and it was not there . . . in her democratic Congress and her matchless Constitution – and it was not there. Not until I went into the churches of America and heard her pulpits aflame with righteousness did I understand the secret of her genius and power. America is great because she is good, and if America ever ceases to be good, she will cease to be great.”

This quote by de Tocqueville 187 years ago, now seems to be prophetically fulfilling itself. Unless we are able to return to our christian underpinnings, and in the words of Trump, “Make America Great Again” we will indeed “cease to be great”

 

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2 Comments on Underpinnings And Foundation by Pete Ketcham

  1. “As we know…”

    The problem is expressed above. Out of sheer ignorance, people presumed authority over what other people have actually researched: actual, provable, knowledge.

    “…the Constitution is the foundation of our nation, and we built our national and state governing structure on it.”

    The 1789 document was, and still is exculpatory evidence that accurately identifies the worst criminals ever to have disgraced the good name of good people in what became known as America.

    12 state constitutions (one had no constitution) were in the process of being established – under the common law – before the first Federal Constitution that was titled The Articles of Confederation. How ignorant, and thereby misleading, and thereby causing division, derision, faction, argument, and even violent conflict, is this monopolistic, and potentially profitable (on the backs of those having been divided so as to enslave them) – how evil – is this false version of history?

    There were 13 Nations federated under the first Federal Constitution, none had absolute, dictatorial, arbitrary, power over any of the others, and a 14th Independent Nation – under the common law – was poised to join the voluntary federation of Nations, all before that 1789 crime scene, pyramid scheme, slave trading, war mongering, arbitrary government fake constitution was hatched and rammed down the throats of an ignorant people that had lost so much of its wisdom, valor, and defensive power during the pogrom called the Revolutionary War.

    Why did people allow the creation of an arbitrary government then, and why are people today claiming to be patriots or authorities, regurgitating the lies that placed the criminals above their victims in this criminal version of the so-called law?

    I’d like to know why, but the perpetrators remain silent on the matter.

    Divide the people into factions, and to do so history must be falsified, otherwise people would know, having knowledge, of precisely what is the law, who is outside it, and who is moral, defensive, voluntary, peaceful, and not out to gain criminal power over their “subjects,” by hook or by crook, within the structure of fake law: a color of law that only appears to be genuine on a thin, and thinning, surface.

  2. Excellent article Mr Ketcham….you express a fundamental question that many others must be asking..”Where is the touchstone and rock our society stands on ? You know, our Govt could enact laws asserting that the earth is flat, but it will stay round no matter how many laws to the contrary are passed…I feel that much of the agenda driven lawmaking we see today is in the same category – aggressively adverse to nature, and to nature’s God…A tale from the Soviet Union : implementing their war on religion, the commies took over an ancient and hallowed monastery – founded in 1243 – stripped it of it’s icons and christian furnishings and used the buildings as a hospital. Forward 60 years…Soviets gone…the monastery restored as a shrine…enduring the excesses of man’s law, the law of nature and nature’s god won through…In regard to the 60s generation ( Thats me, Alameda High, class of -65!) I feel you are a bit hard on us…It was a WILD TIME ! I’d pick Nov 22, 1963 as the day the 60s really started, that’s right, the assassination of JFK – and it may be little appreciated just what a devastating shock it was …our comfortable certainties blasted away in an instant…add the civil rights movement and Black Panthers….Vietnam…People’s Park…the acid/Hippie counterculture…the assassination of RFK…closer to home, The class clown of our high school ended up in San Quentin!.Things were going terribly haywire..and, in a lot of ways, so did we…What we didn’t have then – and do now – is 50 odd years of experience and hindsight….And PS..I don’t know about DiFi or Pelosi’s early life, but I doubt they were ever with us..

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