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The Government Should Fear the People

The government should be afraid of its people to avoid tyranny and ensure accountability, serving the public’s interest. This balance prevents the government from overpowering its citizens.

“I have sworn, upon the Altar of God, Eternal hostility, against every form of Tyranny over the mind of man”

Thomas Jefferson

Public Service Means Serving the People!

Our founding fathers envisioned a government that serves its citizens. Service to the people should be rooted in reluctant duty, not an insatiable hunger for power. Unfortunately, we’ve twisted government service into a position of authority, where bureaucrats believe they control our property and rights. This mindset is an affront to the principles of liberty and self-governance.

The New Aristocracy: A Uniparty

Today, we witness a new aristocracy—a ruling class that lords over us with impunity. They’ve become an open, in-your-face nobility, far removed from the humility and responsibility intended by our nation’s founders. These elites have forgotten that their role is to serve the people with fearful respect, much like the reverence the Bible speaks of in relation to God.

Our government officials must remember that they are not our rulers. They are public servants, and they should act as such. The government exists by the consent of the governed, and it must always be accountable to the people. It’s high time we remind these so-called leaders of their place and ensure they understand the true meaning of public service.

Q: What can citizens do to ensure the government remains accountable?
A: Citizens can engage in active participation, such as voting, advocating for transparency, and holding officials accountable through public discourse and legal means.

When the government exceeds its authority, it violates our liberties. By requiring transparency and emphasizing that public service is for our benefit, we can regain control and achieve a government that reflects the people’s desires. We need to ensure our government respects its citizens with a healthy fear. Let’s reinforce to our officials their responsibility to uphold freedom and fairness.

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