Saturday, April 25, 2009

Obama's Ungodly Youth Corp

by Chuck Ness

What is it about socialists, that makes them despise religion? It seems that whenever a Socialist wins an election that gives them the ultimate power in a country, the first thing they try to do is remove religion as a force in that society. Oh it's not done in a way that the people realize it is happening. No, it's more covert and insidious in the way it is brought about. Usually it's done right under the noses of the very people who claim their ruler would never do such a thing. In America, religious persecution by the government has been brewing for a few generations.

The shot over the bow of religion was fired by Hugo Black, a former Ku Klux Klan member appointed to the Supreme Court by FDR. In 1947 when Hugo Black wrote the majority opinion for Everson vs. Board of Education., he reinterpreted the meaning of the First Amendment of the Constitution by taking completely out of context a phrase used by President Thomas Jefferson in a letter he wrote to the Danbury Baptist Association in 1802. By using the phrase “separation of church and state,” in his opinion, Justice Black limited the religious liberty of all Americans. Now after 62 years of constant government attack, Obama and Congress are about to take their godless agenda forward by disallowing college students the right to worship as they please.

Americans have been told that this is just a simple expansion of the national service programs. However, if the truth is to be told, Obama plans to build a million youth movement, who's members will be denied their right to religious freedom. (Think Hitlers Youth Core from NAZI Germany) This bill is sponsored by Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, a Democrat from NY. The Bill, HR 1388, was passed by the House of Representatives where both Republicans and Democrats voted 321-105 in favor. The Bill moved to the Senate where it passed by a vote of 79 to 19 with one present vote, and on April 21st Obama signed it into law.

The “Generations Invigorating Volunteerism and Education Act”, or GIVE. It is also known as the, “The Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act, an Act to reauthorize and reform the national service laws." This Bill will, for all intents and purposes, combine John Kennedy's Peace Corps, Bill Clinton's AmeriCorps, and Obama's new “Youth Brigade” programs all together into massive program. The idea is to create a volunteer movement among the junior high, high school, and College aged youth of America. This movement will be a precursor of his larger plan for a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded as the U.S. military. Obama’s plan begins with his requirement that anyone receiving school loans or who volunteer to serve at least three months as part of the brigade.

This all sounds fairley innocuous until you read the part of the bill that forbids any student in the program to participate in religious activities. The exact wording from section 132A of HR 1388 is as follows.

”Engaging in religious instruction, conducting worship services, providing instruction as part of a program that includes mandatory religious instruction or worship, constructing or operating facilities devoted to religious instruction or worship, maintaining facilities primarily or inherently devoted to religious instruction or worship, or engaging in any form of proselytization. “

In layman's terms that means, "This Bill could be interpreted by liberal courts that members of the Corp are disallowed from attending church services of any kind and never are they to witness about their faith to others."

Now I realize that leftists will try to say I am crazy for making such a statement. However, we have seen time and time again where schools and liberal judges have stopped students from sharing any and all religious (read Christian) related messages, and have disallowed all clothing with religious (read christian) statements on them along with prohibiting students from reading religious litterateur (read Christian) during their free time while at school.

My biggest frustration should be that so many Americans allowed the Democrats to get a super majority in both Houses of Congress while electing a President from the same party. Thus until we reduce the Democrat's super majority or put Republicans in control of one of the two houses of congress, the Democrats cannot be stopped from doing anything they so desire without any checks or balances. However, this bill got overwhelming support from both party's, since the Republicans joined the Democrats and voted for it. Thanks to Congress, Obama was able to tell God, "Leave Our Children Alone", with one stroke of his pen. Hitler did a similar thing when he told the church to worry about God and that he would take care of the people.

Now we could argue about whether Obama is a communist or if he is a fascist, personally I do not see much difference between the two philosophy's. Both destroy the will of men, because politically, both ideologies strive for an omnipotent, totalitarian, bureaucratic state that is the god of the people. Man exists at the behest and for the will of the state.

Economically, Communism totally abolishes private property, while Fascism on the other hand will allow you to own your property for the purposes of maintaining it for the state. Communism owns all industry, while Fascism owns the most important industries that have national interests, but allows citizens to own most of the less important businesses. (sound familiar?)

When it comes to religion, communism attempts to destroy all forms of it. Fascism on the other hand could care less about religions as long as the citizens do not hold their religion to be more important than the state. Christianity is dangerous because it is the only religion who's devout followers have proven through the years that we will not reject our God nor violate His laws to appease the state.

The greatest obstacle for those who have constantly tried to move America from capitalism to socialism, has been our adherence to our Judaeo Christian beliefs. The founding fathers gave credit to the Christian God in the preamble, not the state, for our rights. They started a tradition where they began all official government business with prayers to a Christian God. The children were raised to know and believe in the Christian God. For many years, the Bible was the only reading material in most of the schools of early America.

It wasn't until after Hugo Black reinterpreted the meaning of the phrase, "Freedom of Religion" in 1947 that the Bible, Christian literature, prayer, and even the name of Jesus Christ Himself began getting banned from the schools our children attend. Now, we learn that with the stroke of a pen, we are but one Judge away from the high court ruling that this legislation in fact does stop our children from attending a church as long as they are taking government money to go to school, or if they volunteer for Obama's “ Ungodly Youth Brigade”.

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