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America Was Founded in Liberty, But Now Mired In Tyranny

from Western Journalism:

“The foundation of our Empire was not laid in the gloomy age of Ignorance and Superstition, but at an Epoch when the rights of mankind were better understood and more clearly defined, than at any former period…The United States came into existence as a Nation, and if their Citizens should not be completely free and happy, the fault will be entirely their own.” So declared George Washington at the time of our founding as a nation.

It is unique and exceptional that this nation was established according to natural law, and declared inalienable individual rights of life, liberty, and property, or the pursuit of happiness. In an era when monarchs, rulers, oligarchs, autocrats and aristocrats governed according to their whims and disposition, having derived their right to rule based on caste or bloodline, a motley collection of men steeped in classical-liberal principles led a revolution and established a nation dedicated to individual freedom.

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10 comments to America Was Founded in Liberty, But Now Mired In Tyranny

  • Tea

    I hear people say quite frequently how America was a country which was founded through liberty but it has always been founded through tyranny not liberty. When we look at the so called founding fathers of America, they were owners of slaves which is a form of tyranny. We can look at history and see how the Native American Indians were slaughtered and how black people were lynched and enslaved and are still today, that is tyranny not liberty. It seems the only reason some people now see America as a tyrannical country is because it is affecting all nationalities of people here as oppose to people of color.

    • Eric

      That’s a very interesting theory you have Tea. Did they teach you that in public school?

      • Tea

        NO, they did not teach me that in public school but I learned from reading and doing my research of my own regarding history. If you would do some truthful history searching you will see it is not theory but truth. You seem to be more interested in your opinion than what is truth, but I know truth is just to painful. Did they teach you that they didn’t own slaves in public school?

        • Eric

          Which part of the Declaration of Independence is tyranny? Which of the founding fathers that owned slaves, were called “tyrants” by the slaves they “owned?”

          As far as the native americans, the history is a bit more complex. The early colonialists on one hand wanted to colonize the land but at the same time they were often raided by the natives.

          Jefferson attempted to relocate slaves west (later done so by Jackson) but that was because he didn’t want the Louisiana Territory to go to the french with the rise of Napoleon:

          In cases where Native tribes resisted assimilation, Jefferson believed that they should be forcefully removed from their land and sent west.[1] As Jefferson put it in a letter to Alexander von Humboldt in 1813:

          You know, my friend, the benevolent plan we were pursuing here for the happiness of the aboriginal inhabitants in our vicinities. We spared nothing to keep them at peace with one another. To teach them agriculture and the rudiments of the most necessary arts, and to encourage industry by establishing among them separate property. In this way they would have been enabled to subsist and multiply on a moderate scale of landed possession. They would have mixed their blood with ours, and been amalgamated and identified with us within no distant period of time. On the commencement of our present war, we pressed on them the observance of peace and neutrality, but the interested and unprincipled policy of England has defeated all our labors for the salvation of these unfortunate people. They have seduced the greater part of the tribes within our neighborhood, to take up the hatchet against us, and the cruel massacres they have committed on the women and children of our frontiers taken by surprise, will oblige us now to pursue them to extermination, or drive them to new seats beyond our reach.[12]

          I would be happy to read anything you would like to share about “truthful history” as you say. All you need to do is document your work rather than lash out at me emotionally. But as a student of “truthful history,” I’m afraid it is much more complex than you realize.

          • Tea

            Eric, take some time and Google founding fathers who owned slaves I can tell you but I am not going to do your homework for you! It is a number of them who owned slaves and I am using the phrase founding fathers because that is a familiar term. I am not lashing out at you, you commented to what I said.

            • Eric

              I never denied there were slaves and those that owned them. I’ve already done my homework. Good luck with your beliefs. i hope they work out for you. Really I do.

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