Education is the basis of law and order
Thu, August 8, 2013 at 22:20
Mark "Snooper" Harvey in CConstitution of the United States, Declaration of Independence, education is the basis of law and order, law and order

Some will say that the title of this article doesn’t mean anything anymore but, at one point in time “education is the basis of law and order” meant something to everyone.  But, when was that and when was this adage an every day affair?  To put it bluntly, the adage was very prevalent in the late-1700s up to the mid-1800s.  Now?  Not so much.

And here is another adage that doesn’t mean anything to anyone anymore especially in the throes of the very Dishonorable Congress of the once United States; “when force threatens, talk is no good anymore”.  The adage was very prevalent during the time that the New America was about to do battle with King George of England and this adage was a truism on up until WWII.  Now?  Not so much.

How many times have you, or I, been threatened and once we were threatened, what happened?  Did you or I talk about it at all?

In the movie The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, many adages were cited and quoted.  Also in this movie, the “forgotten” and/or replaced 13th Amendment was no where near the “excitement”, especially when an attorney was sent to Congress from the city of Shinbone.

I absolutely love this movie The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance but the implications embedded into the movie is an astounding feature seeing that very few of us know that the current 13th Amendment in our Constitution is NOT the 13th Amendment of the Constitution ratified by the original 13 colonies.

If any citizen of the United States shall accept, claim, receive, or retain any title of nobility or honour, or shall without the consent of Congress, accept and retain any present, pension, office, or emolument of any kind whatever, from any emperor, king, prince, or foreign power, such person shall cease to be a citizen of the United States, and shall be incapable of holding any office of trust or profit under them, or either of them.

Ransom “Ranse” Stoddard is in fact a hero of this movie and John Wayne, my personal hero, is considered to be a cold-blooded murderer so an attorney can go to Washington DC and illegally settle “things” that are going on within the new nation.

Great movie but in the end, a horrible happenstance on this nation, especially in the realms of “education”.

The film was released in 1962 and if one does their homework of this time frame, one will notice that the communists are in full swing in 1962 and even earlier.  Be careful what you watch, especially if one doesn’t know the history of the United States in all of its peculiarities.

So, “education is the basis of law and order”.

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