The Attack on America By Our Governments
Persecution of Christian ministries has placed our governments in the lead of the attack on America all the while taxing working Americans to sustain their proven failed programs and agendas. From Christian schools being denied access to public education funding; to not allowing welfare administration requiring true need and a willingness to work; to not permitting job training when identified with Christian principles; to rejecting addiction treatment by Christian church affiliated organizations; to Christian prison ministries being denied access to public prisons; to restricting true non-profit Christian healthcare providers with an actuarial basis when these organizations hold to their religious tenets; and on and on; the discrimination and bias of governments has made proven and successful programs unavailable to those in need.
Governments lack the religion and morality of the individual displayed in caring and responsible action demanded by Christian groups. Accountable only to an electorate satiated on the self by well-being and affluence, the disenfranchised and those in true need are enslaved by government. Seeking only their vote, those unfortunate beyond their control are imprisoned along with those irresponsible and undeserving of assistance. The billions wasted by governments in perpetuating the humanist bureaucracy highlights the failure of the political system brought by rejecting and ignoring the original intention of the Constitution.
In a nation with 5% of the world’s population and 25% of the world’s imprisoned, the deficiency attending the failure of governments to hold to President Washington’s admonition in his Farewell Address where he says “Religion and morality are indispensible supports for our form of government” is brought home. Made more poignant in the success of a Christian prison ministry with a recidivism rate of 10% versus the norm of around 70%, America needs to reawaken to the Framers’ and Founders’ intention. Our “supreme law of the land” is grounded in immutable Law. Those guiding the birth of these United States were realists “relying on divine Providence”