February 7, 2012 9 Comments
There is within our government an effort to both discredit and overthrow the Constitution. Several things have happened within the last few weeks that appear coordinated to both weaken our faith in the Constitution and increase our interest in other Constitutions. All of this is coming from the left, with George Soros at the likely center of it.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Badar Ginsberg told an Egyptian news station that Egypt shouldn’t look to the US Constitution for their new Constitution. Instead Egypt should look to South Africa, Canada or the EU. This is interesting on a couple of levels. First, why is Ginsberg doing an interview with Egyptian journalists? Doesn’t that strike anyone as odd? She spoke glowingly of South Africa’s Constitution, which advocates an “open society” and social justice. Who pushes for an open society? George Soros. Who helped fund last year’s Arab Spring, particularly in Egypt? George Soros. Who and her husband are affiliated with Soros? Ginsberg of course. So perhaps her connection to Soros made way for an odd interview between an American Supreme Court Justice and an Egyptian television station.
Magically the New York Times just happened to get into the fray this week with a piece questioning the importance of the US Constitution in world affairs. It’s funny how obscure Egyptian tv interviews just happen to appear and make the rounds on the internet and just a few days later the Times publishes an attack piece on the Constitution. The Times also writes glowingly of “sexier” new Constitutions such as Canada’s and South Africa’s. Such Constitutions create rights out of thin air, such as the right to food, health care and education. The socialists quoted by the Times criticize the limited ability to amend our Constitution as well.
All of this is meant to create doubt in American’s minds about our Constitution. What the Times and Ginsberg won’t tell you is that the rights granted to us in the Constitution, besides being endowed by our creator, are consistent and can’t easily be taken away by the state. This is unlike the other Constitutions, which don’t guarantee the right to free speech or religion across the board. In Canada for example, pastors are arrested for preaching against homosexuals. South Africa’s Constitution essentially ensures socialism, which is perhaps why the left loves it so much. But it does little by the way of truly guaranteeing freedom. After all, their constitution is easily amended and can thus take away rights on a whim.
All of these phony new socialist rights just happened to come into play in the last couple of weeks here in the US. As you know the Obama administration decided that religious organizations must provide contraception via their health insurance and/or via their hospitals. The newly created “right” to contraception trumps the Constitutional right to the free exercise of religion. It isn’t simply that an individual can purchase contraception, something the Supreme Court determined decades ago was a right. It’s now that a religious organization must fund it even if they are morally and religiously opposed to it.
In other words, Roman Catholics aren’t free to be Roman Catholics so long as the government determines that an individual’s government created right is infringed. The Obama administration has in essence determined that not only do you have the right to purchase and possess contraception but you have the right to force someone else to pay for even to the point that a religious organization is denied the free exercise of their faith.
What we’re seeing by the Obama administration is an acceptance of the world’s law and the world’s constitutions. In doing this Obama is calling into doubt whether the rights found in our Constitution are relevant or even worthy of keeping. It just happens that Ginsberg does the same thing and the New York Times runs a hit piece on the Constitution. The goal here is to cause Americans to doubt their Constitution and its relevance.
Meanwhile Soros is gleefully hoping for violence to break out this year. The Occupy movement and any violence associated with it are all meant to cause Americans to doubt our government and our system. Keep in mind the far left, largely funded by Soros, has the solution in hand. They’ll be there to offer us a solution to the problems they created. Their hope is that Americans, doubting their “old fashion” Constitution and frustrated by violence and lawlessness, will give in and accept the new open society of the far left.
In short, this is all very staged and orchestrated. The left is making quite an effort to discredit the American Constitution while pumping up the socialist constitutions of Canada, the EU and South Africa. They’re creating new rights in the socialist Constitutional tradition that directly contradict our own Constitution. Meanwhile the very same people are funding and orchestrating OWS and the violence associated with it, even going so far as to hope for it. Now more than ever we must return to the Constitution and embrace the rights and protections contained therein. There is most certainly a far left war against the document and our way of life.