In the past few days, we have seen a good example of the wise saying, “What you sow you reap.” We have seen one political party come against a duly elected president and try to effect a “coup d’etat”. In case you wonder what a “coup d’etat” is, it is the overthrow of an existing government.
Please do not associate this with the American revolution. When the colonies disassociated themselves from the King of England, they began by filing grievances. They finally declared their independence from the British Empire whereupon the British attacked them.
Definition: the violent overthrow or alteration of an existing government by a small group. This is how the Miriam Webster dictionary defines a coup d’etat. In the past three years, the United States has experienced just such a situation.
There is a new class of citizens who have grown up in the past century which consider themselves above the average citizen. They are called “politicians”. For some reason, they think that they must tell the average people what they really need.
The “establishment politicians” consider the average citizen as a moron who must be protected from himself. Believe it or not, that is exactly what the politicians have sought to bring about through the education system.
By “dumbing down” the populace, they seek to manipulate them in their ignorance. To some degree, they have succeeded. But, they may have made their move too soon.
Because the “Dumb-a-crats” have sought to nullify the 2016 election, they have entered the realm of “coup d’etat”. Since they could not gain leadership by the legal process, they are now trying subversion.
What you sow you reap
The “Dumb-a-crats” thought that they could sow the seeds of lying and subversion to overthrow the elected government. They have lied and sought to subvert those who were duly elected. Though their lies have been exposed, they refuse to acknowledge their “sins”. They continue to pile more lies on the existing ones.
Amazingly, the duly elected government has continued to stand on the truth and not back down. They have stood by the truth and have been exonerated time and time again. Though the establishment has been shown to be wrong, they will not admit it.
They continue to stand by their lies even when the truth stares them in the face. This was the approach that Hitler used in Germany in his rise to power. The approach was, “If you tell a lie long enough and loud enough people will soon think it is true.” It seems to have worked with a lot of people.
How did this come about?
You may wonder just how they can tell these lies and have so many people believe them.
Let’s take a quick look at just how they did it.
Laying the foundation
At the beginning of the 20th century, there was a concerted effort of the progressive elite to direct the United States government. It was not an overt movement but a subtle movement. A group of wealthy intellectual elitists began to lay a foundation to control the economies of the world.
There were several approaches to be taken. One of the areas in which they sought to control was that of education. Another was that of the governance. Of course, the economy was a primary push, also. Along with these was also the labor force.
Education- What you sow you reap
Education was very necessary if the new order was to succeed. Originally, education in the United States was promoted by the church. It proved most successful in bringing about the proliferation of knowledge and prosperity unlike the world had ever seen. With that came a discerning electorate and working force.
The elite did not wish to have a knowledgeable electorate. With discerning knowledge, too many questions would be asked for which the elite had no answers. Or, at least their answers would not be what the people wanted.
So, they promoted the government as the supporter of education. When this was established, soon came the deciding of what would be taught. As we shall see, when the elite began to control the government, they controlled knowledge.
Having infiltrated the education system they now looked to governance.
In the early 20th century in the US, they began promoting elitist candidates for prominent positions. It was not long before they secured prominent state and national offices.
Since the beginning of the 20th century, there have been no common people who have held prominent high offices. Those who seemed to be common were merely figureheads.
The common person has had little if any influence in the political outcomes of the 20th century.
The economy has been where the elite have brought about their control of the common people. By emphasizing the material aspect over the spiritual, the elitists have devalued human life.
Instead of the economy being a tool to bring about blessing for humans, it became a means to dominate other humans. What you sow you reap.
There have always been a few who sought to use the economy to bless the populace. But, most have used it as a tool to exercise control over the masses. This is always the case when those governing seek to control the economy.
This is evident when the government seeks to control currency value or how companies can carry on business.
As has been clearly seen in the 21st century, The US has been taken over by the elite.
But, something funny happened on the way to total control by the elite.
The common people wrested control from the “political elite”.
How could this be?
The common people spoke
In 2016 the common people spoke by voting in record numbers. They said, “Enough is enough!”.
Horror of horrors!
But the political establishment would not allow it. How dare the average common people think that they could possibly govern themselves. We must correct this aberration.
So began the “Coup d’etat”.
By whatever means, we must not allow the common people to have their way and overthrow our elite establishment.
Remember, what you sow you reap!
Enlist the press
If they cannot do it through the electoral system, they would enlist the press. Is it true that 90% of the press support the elite governance? Yes, it is.
The press, in obedient compliance, has bowed the knee to the elite. They have surrendered their mind and spirit to whatever the governing elite tell them.
Because of this, one cannot trust what one reads or hears through the national media.
So, what is the answer? What you sow you reap.
We must go back to our roots. First of all, we must believe the Bible. The United States was founded on the principles set forth in the Word of God. Don”t believe the elitists when they try to preach economic principles. Most of their principles are materialistic and will leave you on shaky foundations. The US Constitution is founded on Biblical principles. Those principles do not change.
If a politician cannot agree with Biblical teaching, then beware. That politician will sell you out for his own personal power.
Only a Biblical foundation can save our nation from the destruction that is ahead. Any other remedy is hopeless.
Time to take a stand-What you sow you reap
Politics, economy, and governance will fail you. Time to take a stand for something that is permanent.
Jesus said it this way; Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will not.
If you settle for anything less, you will be settling for defeat. May you exercise wisdom in your decision.