Many of us who love our Country get emotional and praise our country’s “Exceptionalism.” For the past few years, the liberal side of our society has had great joy in denigrating the concept of that Exceptionalism. The Globalists picture a utopian world were socialist governments will be there to make decisions for and take care of, we, the imbecile masses.
Fifty years ago, my Father told me, “Donny, there are these one world idealists who naively think that the whole world can live together in harmony.” The current label for these idealists is “Globalist,” and they have been busy for the past hundred years, after World War I, dreaming up first the League of Nations and after World War II, the United Nations. The only problem is that their scenarios to make everyone equal, only seems to work, if one brings down the United States economy to the level of the other industrialized country. The United Nations, the World Bank, and several other international institutions are basically conduits to spread U.S. dollars to the rest of the world. It is not surprising that the Globalists wish to belittle the concept of American Exceptionalism because it is directly opposed to the concept that all nations are the same, equal and mediocre.
What makes the United States of America, exceptional among nations? It was pointed out in previous writing that ours is the only country in history to be founded on a socio/economic/political concept, rather than the mere capturing and controlling land areas. It is not a country where the government granted us religious freedom, it is a country based on God-given freedoms and rights, which the government can neither control nor deny. It is a nation that was based on the Judo/Christian beliefs of the founders. It is a nation based on God, rather than a controlling government.
Next month we will look at some of the traits of an exceptional nation.
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