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But when the slaves are finally freed, they will not find the land that their forefathers and foremothers imperfectly promised them (but have yet to deliver), a land of liberty and justice for all.  They will find a land of sickness and decay, a land rotted from within by the progressive disease of collectivist corruption, where the gap between the haves and have-nots will be fundamentally greater than it is even today (as it was under the Nazis, as it was under Stalin, as it was under Mao, as it is under Kim Jong Un).

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The ideals of this nation have never been fulfilled.  The idea, the radical concept of individual liberty, of a government truly OF the people, BY the people, and FOR the people can still come to an imperfect fruition (for so long as man is man, Utopian dreams are always doomed to come up short).  The hope in that fulfillment can only be maintained under the strengthening and revitalizing of the Bill of Rights, something fundamentally at odds with progressivism in its true form.

Martin Luther King Jr uttered the fundamental value that we as a nation should share and live.  In much the same way that loving God and loving your neighbor as you love yourself sums up the whole of the laws of Moses, this value sums up the whole of the Rule of Law of a land built on the foundation of individual liberty and justice for all.

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This value in and of itself fundamentally undermines the progressive attempt to demonize their opponents, and negates their power to maintain the vote farms, the plantations, the ghettos they currently control through the indoctrination of hatred of the outsider (whites, Christians, conservatives, etc).

Man should not be judged by the color of his skin but by the content of his character.

If you were to judge the progressive leader by his character, you would find him wanting.   I would add to that this- Man should not be judged by the color of his skin, by his political beliefs, by his social beliefs, or by his religious beliefs, but by the content of his character.

This is a society of merit and not a society of ‘by any means necessary’, ‘for the good of the whole’, ‘the ends justifies the means’, or ‘the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few’.

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All of those progressive values are shattered where character is the sole barometer of worth in a meritocracy such as this land was designed to be.

Paul Gordon Collier- An American Freedomist