*******“None Dare Call It Conspiracy”
Understand what went wrong, forty years ago, and lead us to what we see, today
By Gary Hunt
Monday, December 2, 2013
In 1971, Gary Allen wrote a book, “None Dare Call it Conspiracy”. And though there are, currently, many who continue to yell “conspiracy”, the true conspiracy is laid out for us in explicit detail in this book. You will recognize much of what is discussed, and, you will see the beginnings of much of what you see, now.
First, some quotes from the book:
Now, to understand how we have, so often, failed to comprehend just what was happening, because we only had a part of the story:
In telling us about then President Nixon, a well respected conservative (Republican), and the beginning of “decentralized” government, we see the beginning of a process I often refer to as “Greenmail”, where our money is used to buy favor from the state government—to our detriment.
“The second major segment of the President’s “New Federalism” is revenue sharing with the states, touted as a step in the decentralization of power from the federal government. Actually, the program does just the opposite. The money must first go from the states to Washington before it can be shared.”
We can also see the seeds of the many government funded institutions whose objective is the denial of our form of government.
“John Gardner, a “Republican” and member of the C.F.R., has established a grass roots proletarian organization called Common Cause. This may become the biggest and most important organization in American history. Common Cause’s goal is to organize welfare recipients, those who have not voted before, and Liberals to lobby for Socialism.”
The examples given above are just of few of the insights provided within the book. As you read, you will find that many of the concerns that you have, now, had their seeds planted long before you became aware of the misdeeds that have lead us steadily down the course that we now find ourselves enslaved by.
If you cannot find time to read this book, you will simply have to remain without foundation, only conjecture, to explain the evils that beset us, today. However, armed with the knowledge presented therein, you may better be able to formulate a means of extricating us from the subjugation we find ourselves submitting to.
If there is no PDF attached to this email, the PDF can be downloaded at “None Dare Call It Conspiracy - PDF”
For those who would prefer a Kindle (PRC) version of the book, it is available at “None Dare Call it Conspiracy - Kindle”
Gary Hunt was a Professional Land Surveyor. Having been the County Surveyor for Orange County, Florida from 1974 to 1978, he began private practice in 1978 and continued as such until 1993, when events in Waco, Texas caused him to leave his business in pursuit of restoring the Constitution.
In 1989, he began researching, investigating and studying history, law and events where the government was “pointing it’s guns in the wrong direction”. He began publishing a patriot newspaper, “Outpost of Freedom”, in February 1993.
Since that time, he has investigated numerous occurrences, including, Waco, the Murder of Michael Hill, Ohio Militia Chaplain, Oklahoma City Bombing, and other events. He has attended the sites to investigate the events, and has reported on his investigations.
He has continued to report on his findings on the Internet, as well as write articles about other current events; about the history of the Revolutionary era; and the founding documents.
His Internet home page is outpost-of-freedom.com
Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura
31 May 2013
Conspiracy Theories OR Fact!
21 November 2009
What is a Conspiracy Theory?
28 February 2007
911 Conspiracy Theories
21 February 2007
Who was he: Gary Allen was a conservative journalist certainly best known and remembered for his book, None Dare Call It Conspiracy, which was co-authored by Larry Abraham, a friend of several Daily Bell editors. The book was a bestseller in 1972, selling over five million copies during the 1972 election and millions since that time. Allen's book introduced many Americans to the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission and their plans for a new world order.
Gary Allen's hypothesis is basically that these organizations are front groups for the banking and monetary elites we now describe as the Anglo-American Axis. This is a power elite of very wealthy families out to achieve permanent global governance. We hope many of you will read his somewhat dated book and take advantage of the extensive research to learn more about the real enemies of freedom and free markets in combination with what we provide today at The Daily Bell.
Background: Gary Allen was born on August 2, 1936 and after high school Allen majored in history at Stanford University and also attended California State University. Allen was very active in the John Birch Society, often acting as its spokesman; he also contributed as a valued member of their American Opinion Speaker's Bureau.
In addition, Allen wrote speeches for presidential candidate George Wallace and many editorials for the American Opinion magazine and Conservative Digest. Allen's major accomplishment was writing a number of well-read books on the elites and their goal of establishing a new world order.
In his bestselling book, None Dare Call It Conspiracy, even the title attempted to counter the establishment media propaganda to the effect that there were no secret conspiracies and that even suggesting one existed was beyond the boundary of responsible journalism.
The book made four important points, which have since been vindicated by political, economic and monetary events since 1972. First, Allen suggested that the political/economic system of the West (remember, at the time the world was divided between communism and democracy) was a conspiracy that began in the early 20th century with the progressive era. We believe the Anglo-American Axis is far older than this.
Second, Allen believed one of their major goals was to create an income tax system to steal money from the lower and middle classes. While this is correct, today the value added tax (VAT) and many other taxes and fees are used to get even more wealth.
Third, the conspiracy desired to establish a central bank like the Federal Reserve System but to hide the ownership and beneficiaries of its actions. Here we also agree with Allen but suggest the battle to create the bank began after the death of the Articles of Confederation and moved to center stage as a result of the manufactured Civil War.
Fourth, Gary Allen said they wanted to allow the central bank to hold the national debt and to expand the national debt through wars and conflicts. If you look at Washington's national debt explosion from 1972 until today, they certainly have met their objectives.
Allen postulated a rigid, tight, centralized control structure. However, there are other interpretations. In fact, the elites may operate via competing factions and a decentralized hierarchy where some current events and elite actions are dictated from above.
What is indisputable is that the progress of the Anglo Power Elite depends in large part on secrecy and on the implementation of fear-based dominant social themes used to control the expanding populace and to further consolidate wealth and power. These themes are promoted through an intricate array of think tanks, universities and government organizations that first present the concept or problem and then provide authoritarian solutions.
The elites do the same thing with major investments such as the stock and bond markets and real estate where the investing public follow financial themes promoted by Wall Street. When the limit of gullible investors is reached, the markets fall and the monetary elites are usually on the other side of the transaction thus making profits on both sides of the investment market. When they are wrong or events impact their timing or plans, even losing situations are now covered by government bailouts.
An interesting aside on Gary Allen is although Allen died young from complications of diabetes at age 50 on November 29, 1986, his interest in politics is carried on by a son. One of Gary Allen's children is Michael Allen, born in 1964 and one of the most followed political journalists and reporters in Washington, DC. Michael Allen is the chief political reporter for Politico and everyone in politics from the left to the right reads his daily blog first thing every morning. Unlike his dad, a political outsider, Michael has become the ultimate reporter for politics and power on the inside of Washington. Michael Allen claims to have never read any of his father's books or writings.
Gary Allen was a true American patriot and everyone in the freedom movement owes him a debt of thanks for his efforts and the many books he wrote about those who would enslave and control the world. At the time, Allen was forced to rely on the print media and an almost total blackout of his work by the mainstream media establishment except when they sought to criticize his research and ideas. We applaud Gary Allen's work.*******
I’ve been recommending this book to people since I read it about six or seven years ago. By coincidence, I just finished a second reading and I still consider it an important book to grasp our recent past and current situation. Since the book was published in 1972, the gap in time from then to the present, ratifies the contents and proves a valuable asset in understanding what the main media keeps hidden from our view. It’s free on-line, 138 pages, so do yourself a favour and read the book. - Ralph Deline
Excerpts from “None Dare Call It Conspiracy”
Page 22, 23, 24
We know that down through the annals of history small groups of men have existed who have conspired to bring the reins of power into their hands. History books are full of their schemes. Even Life Magazine believes in conspiracies like the Cosa Nostra where men conspire to make money through crime. You may recall that Life did a series of articles on the testimony of Joseph Valachi before the McClellan Committee several years ago. There are some aspects of those revelations which are worth noting.
Most of us did not know the organization was called Cosa Nostra. Until Valachi “sang” we all thought it was named the Mafia. That is how little we knew about this group, despite the fact that it was a century old and had been operating in many countries with a self-perpetuating clique of leaders. We didn’t even know it by its proper name. It is not possible a political conspiracy might exist, waiting for a Joseph Valachi to testify? Is Carroll Quigley the Joseph Valachi of political conspiracies?
We see that everybody, even Life magazine, believes in some sort of conspiracy. The question is: Which is the more lethal form of conspiracy - criminal or political? And what is the difference between a member of the Cosa Nostra and a Communist, or more properly, an Insider conspirator? Men like Lucky Luciano who have scratched and clawed to the top of the heap in organized crime must, of necessity, be diabolically brilliant, cunning and absolutely ruthless. But, almost without exception, the men in the hierarchy of organized crime have had no formal education. They were born into poverty and learned their trade in the back alleys of Naples, New York or Chicago.
Now suppose someone with this same amoral grasping personality were born into a patrician family of great wealth and was educated at the best prep schools, then Harvard, Yale or Princeton, followed by graduate work possibly at Oxford. In these institutions he would become totally familiar with history, economics, psychology, sociology and political science. After having graduated from such illustrious establishments of higher learning, are we likely to find him out on the streets peddling fifty cent tickets to a numbers game? Would you find him pushing marijuana to high schoolers or running a string of houses of prostitution? Would he be getting involved in gangland killings? Not at all. For with that sort of education, this person would realize that if one wants power, real power, the lessons of history say, “Get into the government business.” Become a politician and work for political power or, better yet, get some politicians to front for you. That is where the real power - and the real money - is.
Conspiracy to seize the power of government is as old as government itself. We can study the conspiracies surrounding Alcibiades in Greece or Julius Caesar in ancient Rome, but we are not supposed to think that men today scheme to achieve political power.
Every conspirator has two things in common with every other conspirator. He must be an accomplished liar and a far-seeing planner. Whether you are studying Hitler, Alcibiades, Julius Caesar or some of our contemporary conspirators, you will find that their patient planning is almost overwhelming. We repeat FDR’s statement: “In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.”*******
On the back cover of "None Dare Call It Conspiracy"
I wish that every citizen of every country in the free world and every slave behind the Iron Curtain might read this book. - Ezra Taft Benson, Former Secretary of Agriculture, 13th President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, November 10, 1985 (1985-11-10) – May 30, 1994
A message to all true patriots from Ezra Taft Benson
This is an awesome quote from Ezra Taft Benson:
"There are people today all over the world who in their own courageous and sometimes quiet ways are working for freedom. In many cases we will never know until the next life all they sacrificed for liberty. These patriots are receiving heaven’s applause for the role they are playing, and in the long run that applause will be louder and longer than any they could receive in this world.
Which leads me to the second blind spot of those who hesitate to get into the fight. And that is their failure to realize that we will win in the long run, and for keeps, and that they pass up great blessings by not getting into the battle now when the odds are against us and the rewards are greatest.
The only questions, before the final victory, are, first, ‘What stand will each of us take in this struggle?’ and second, ‘How much tragedy can be avoided by doing something now?’
Time is on the side of truth—and truth is eternal. Those who are fighting against freedom may feel confident now, but they are shortsighted.
This is still God’s world. The forces of evil, working through some mortals, have made a mess of a good part of it. But it is still God’s world. In due time, when each of us has had a chance to prove ourselves – including whether or not we are going to stand up for freedom—God will interject himself, and the final and eternal victory shall be for free agency. And then shall those complacent people on the sidelines, and those who took the wrong but temporarily popular course, lament their decisions."
“To the patriots I say this: Take that long eternal look. Stand up for freedom, no matter what the cost. Stand up and be counted. It can help to save your soul—and maybe your country.” (Ezra Taft Benson, An Enemy Hath Done This, p. 62)
Here are some other indispensable quotes
Ezra Taft Benson
“Satan is anxious to neutralize the inspired counsel of the Prophet and keep the priesthood off balance, ineffective and inert, using perverse reasoning. For example, he will argue, ‘There is no need to get involved in the fight for freedom –all you need to do is live the gospel.’ This is a contradiction, because we cannot fully live the gospel and not be involved in the fight for freedom” (Ezra Taft Benson BYU speech Oct 25, 1966)
David O. McKay
when he said, “Next to being one in worshiping God there is nothing in this world upon which the Church should be more united than in upholding and defending the Constitution of the United States” (CR, October 1939, p. 105. also Quoted by Elder L. Tom Perry BYU Sept. 1987
“There are two contending forces. Those forces are known and have been designated by different terms throughout the ages. In the Beginning they were known as Satan on the one hand, and Christ on the other… in these days, they are called domination by the state on one hand, personal liberty, on the other.” (“David O. Mckay, Two Contending Forces”, BYU speeches May 18, 1960)
Bruce R. McConkie
Shortly before the wicked were destroyed at the time of the crucifixion, the Gadianton robbers obtained, ‘the sole management of the government’ among the Nephites, ‘insomuch that they did trample under their feet and smite and rend and turn their backs upon the poor and the meek, and the humble followers of God’ (Helaman 6:39).
Their minions filled ‘the judgment seats’, they usurped ‘the ownership and authority of the land’, ‘condemned the righteous because of their righteousness’ and let ‘the guilty and the wicked go unpunished because of their money’. ‘They sought to get gain and glory of the world’, that they might ‘more easily commit adultery, and steal, and kill, and do according to their own wills’ (Helaman 7:4–5).
These Nephite descriptions of the secret combinations of their day give us an understanding of what their prophets meant when they spoke of like evil organizations in the last days … Moroni also said that these secret combinations caused the destruction of the Jaredite and Nephite nations and will cause our destruction if we permit them to control our government … Moroni here (Ether 8:23–35) speaks of one particular secret combination and prophesies that it will be among us in our day.
Next, Moroni turns the key so that all who have ears to hear can understand what the secret combination is and can identify those who build it up. ‘For it cometh to pass’, he says, ‘that whoso buildeth it up seeketh to overthrow the freedom of all lands, nations, and countries‘. This is a worldwide conspiracy. It is now entrenched in many nations, and it seeks dominion over all nations. It is godless, atheistic, and operates by compulsion. It is communism. (Bruce R. McConkie, The Millenial Messiah, p. 65-66)
The Constitution—A Glorious Standard by Ezra Taft Benson
Ezra Taft Benson, “The Constitution—A Glorious Standard”, Ensign, Sept. 1987, 6
From an address delivered at a BYU devotional held Tuesday, 16 September 1986, in commemoration of the bicentennial of the Constitution of the United States.
On the 17th day of September, 1987, we commemorate the two-hundredth birthday of the Constitutional Convention, which gave birth to the document that Gladstone said is “the most wonderful work ever struck off at a given time by the brain and purpose of man.”
I heartily endorse this assessment, and I would like to pay honor—honor to the document itself, honor to the men who framed it, and honor to the God who inspired it and made possible its coming forth.
To understand the significance of the Constitution, we must first understand some basic, eternal principles. These principles have their beginning in the premortal councils of heaven.
Some Basic Principles
The first basic principle is agency. The central issue in that premortal council was: Shall the children of God have untrammeled agency to choose the course they should follow, whether good or evil, or shall they be coerced and forced to be obedient? Christ and all who followed Him stood for the former proposition—freedom of choice; Satan stood for the latter—coercion and force.
The war that began in heaven over this issue is not yet over. The conflict continues on the battlefield of mortality. And one of Lucifer’s primary strategies has been to restrict our agency through the power of earthly governments.
Look back in retrospect on almost six thousand years of human history! Freedom’s moments have been infrequent and exceptional. We must appreciate that we live in one of history’s most exceptional moments—in a nation and a time of unprecedented freedom. Freedom as we know it has been experienced by perhaps less than 1 percent of the human family.
The second basic principle concerns the function and proper role of government. These are the principles that, in my opinion, proclaim the proper role of government in the domestic affairs of the nation:
“I believe that governments were instituted by God for the benefit of man; and that He holds men accountable for their acts in relation to them. …
“[I] believe that no government can exist in peace, except such laws are framed and held inviolate as will secure to each individual the free exercise of conscience, the right and control of property, and the protection of life. …
“[I] believe that all men are bound to sustain and uphold the respective governments in which they reside, while protected in their inherent and inalienable rights by the laws of such governments.” (D&C 134:1–2, 5.)
In other words, the most important single function of government is to secure the rights and freedoms of individual citizens.
The third important principle pertains to the source of basic human rights. Rights are either God-given as part of the divine plan, or they are granted by government as part of the political plan.
If we accept the premise that human rights are granted by government, then we must be willing to accept the corollary that they can be denied by government. I, for one, shall never accept that premise. We must ever keep in mind the inspired words of Thomas Jefferson, as found in the Declaration of Independence:
“We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable Rights; that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”
The fourth basic principle we must understand is that people are superior to the governments they form. Since God created people with certain inalienable rights, and they, in turn, created government to help secure and safeguard those rights, it follows that the people are superior to the creature they created.
The fifth and final principle that is basic to our understanding of the Constitution is that governments should have only limited powers. The important thing to keep in mind is that the people who have created their government can give to that government only such powers as they, themselves, have in the first place. Obviously, they cannot give that which they do not possess.
By deriving its just powers from the governed, government becomes primarily a mechanism for defense against bodily harm, theft, and involuntary servitude. It cannot claim the power to redistribute money or property nor to force reluctant citizens to perform acts of charity against their will. Government is created by the people. The creature cannot exceed the creator.
God Raised Up Wise Men
With these basic principles firmly in mind, let us now turn to a discussion of the inspired document we call the Constitution. My purpose is not to recite the events that led to the American Revolution—we are all familiar with these. But I would say this: History is not an accident. Events are foreknown to God. His superintending influence is behind the actions of His righteous children.
Long before America was even discovered, the Lord was moving and shaping events that would lead to the coming forth of the remarkable form of government established by the Constitution. America had to be free and independent to fulfill this destiny. I comment to you as excellent reading on this subject Elder Mark E. Petersen’s book The Great Prologue(Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Co., 1975). As expressed so eloquently by John Adams before the signing of the Declaration, “There’s a Divinity which shapes our ends.” Though mortal eyes and minds cannot fathom the end from the beginning, God does.
In a revelation to the Prophet Joseph Smith, the Savior declared, “I established the Constitution of this land, by the hands of wise men whom I raised up unto this very purpose.” (D&C 101:80.) These were not ordinary men, but men chosen and held in reserve by the Lord for this very purpose.
Shortly after President Spencer W. Kimball became President of the Church, he assigned me to go into the vault of the St. George Temple and check the early records. As I did so, I realized the fulfillment of a dream I had had ever since learning of the visit of the Founding Fathers to the St. George Temple. I saw with my own eyes the record of the work which was done for the Founding Fathers of this great nation, beginning with George Washington.
Think of it, the Founding Fathers of this nation, those great men, appeared within those sacred walls and had their vicarious work done for them. President Wilford Woodruff spoke of it in these words:
“Before I left St. George, the spirits of the dead gathered around me, wanting to know why we did not redeem them. Said they, ‘You have had the use of the Endowment House for a number of years, and yet nothing has ever been done for us. We laid the foundation of the government you now enjoy, and we never apostatized from it, but we remained true to it and were faithful to God.’
“These were the signers of the Declaration of Independence, and they waited on me for two days and two nights. …
“I straightway went into the baptismal font and called upon Brother McAllister to baptize me for the signers of the Declaration of Independence, and fifty other eminent men.”
These noble spirits came there with divine permission—evidence that this work of salvation goes forward on both sides of the veil.
At a later conference, in April 1898, after he became President of the Church, President Woodruff declared that “those men who laid the foundation of this American government and signed the Declaration of Independence were the best spirits the God of heaven could find on the face of the earth. They were choice spirits … [and] were inspired of the Lord.” We honor those men today. We are the grateful beneficiaries of their noble work.
But we honor more than those who brought forth the Constitution. We honor the Lord, who revealed it. God himself has borne witness to the fact that He is pleased with the final product of the work of these great patriots.
In a revelation to the Prophet Joseph Smith on 6 August 1833, the Savior admonished: “I, the Lord, justify you, and your brethren of my church, in befriending that law which is the constitutional law of the land.” (D&C 98:6.)
In the Kirtland Temple dedicatory prayer given on 27 March 1836, the Lord directed the Prophet Joseph to say: “May those principles, which were so honorably and nobly defended, namely, the Constitution of our land, by our fathers, be established forever.” (D&C 109:54.)
A few years later, Joseph Smith, while unjustly incarcerated in a cold and depressing cell of Liberty Jail at Clay County, Missouri, frequently bore his testimony of the document’s divinity: “The Constitution of the United States is a glorious standard; it is founded in the wisdom of God. It is a heavenly banner.”
How this document accomplished all of this merits our further consideration.
Major Provisions of the Constitution
The Constitution consists of seven separate articles. The first three establish the three branches of our government—the legislative, the executive, and the judicial. The fourth article describes matters pertaining to states, most significantly the guarantee of a republican form of government to every state of the Union. Article 5 defines the amendment procedure of the document, a deliberately difficult process that should be clearly understood by every citizen. Article 6 covers several miscellaneous items, including a definition of the supreme law of the land, namely, the Constitution itself. Article 7, the last, explains how the Constitution is to be ratified.
Now to look at some of the major provisions of the document itself. Many principles could be examined, but I mention five as being crucial to the preservation of our freedom. If we understand the workability of these, we have taken the first step in defending our freedoms.
The major provisions of the Constitution are as follows:
First: Sovereignty lies in the people themselves. Every governmental system has a sovereign, one or several who possess all the executive, legislative, and judicial powers. That sovereign may be an individual, a group, or the people themselves.
The Founding Fathers believed in common law, which holds that true sovereignty rests with the people. Believing this to be in accord with truth, they inserted this imperative in the Declaration of Independence: “To secure these rights life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”
Second: To safeguard these rights, the Founding Fathers provided for the separation of powers among the three branches of government—the legislative, the executive, and the judicial. Each was to be independent of the other, yet each was to work in a unified relationship. As the great constitutionalist President J. Reuben Clark, Jr., noted:
“It is this union of independence and dependence of these branches—legislative, executive and judicial—and of the governmental functions possessed by each of them, that constitutes the marvelous genius of this unrivalled document. … It was here that the divine inspiration came. It was truly a miracle.”
The use of checks and balances was deliberately designed, first, to make it difficult for a minority of the people to control the government, and, second, to place restraint on the government itself.
Third: The powers the people granted to the three branches of government were specifically limited. The Founding Fathers well understood human nature and its tendency to exercise unrighteous dominion when given authority. A Constitution was therefore designed to limit government to certain enumerated functions, beyond which was tyranny.
Fourth: Our Constitutional government is based on the principle of representation. The principle of representation means that we have delegated to an elected official the power to represent us. The Constitution provides for both direct representation and indirect representation. Both forms of representation provide a tempering influence on pure democracy. The intent was to protect the individual’s and the minority’s rights to life, liberty, and the fruits of their labors—property. These rights were not to be subject to majority vote.
Fifth: The Constitution was designed to work with only a moral and righteous people. “Our constitution,” said John Adams (first vice-president and second president of the United States), “was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
The Constitution Requires Loyalty and Support
This, then, is the ingenious and inspired document created by these good and wise men for the benefit and blessing of future generations.
It is now two hundred years since the Constitution was written. Have we been wise beneficiaries of the gift entrusted to us? Have we valued and protected the principles laid down by this great document?
At this bicentennial celebration we must, with sadness, say that we have not been wise in keeping the trust of our Founding Fathers. For the past two centuries, those who do not prize freedom have chipped away at our Constitution until today we face a crisis of great dimensions. We are fast approaching that moment prophesied by Joseph Smith when he said:
“Even this nation will be on the very verge of crumbling to pieces and tumbling to the ground, and when the Constitution is upon the brink of ruin, this people will be the staff upon which the nation shall lean, and they shall bear the Constitution away from the very verge of destruction.”
Will we be prepared? Will we be among those who will “bear the Constitution away from the very verge of destruction?” If we desire to be numbered among those who will, here are some things we must do:
We must be righteous and moral. We must live the gospel principles—all of them. We have no right to expect a higher degree of morality from those who represent us than what we ourselves exhibit. To live a higher law means we will not seek to receive what we have not earned by our own labor. It means we will remember that government owes us nothing. It means we will keep the laws of the land. It means we will look to God as our Lawgiver and the Source of our liberty.
We must learn the principles of the Constitution and then abide by its precepts. Have we read the Constitution and pondered it? Are we aware of its principles? Could we defend it? Can we recognize when a law is constitutionally unsound? I quote Abraham Lincoln: “Let [the Constitution] be taught in schools, in seminaries, and in colleges; let it be written in primers, spelling-books, and in almanacs; let it be preached from the pulpit, proclaimed in legislative halls, and enforced in courts of justice. And, in short, let it become the political religion of the nation.”
We must become involved in civic affairs. As citizens of this republic, we cannot do our duty and be idle spectators. It is vital that we follow this counsel from the Lord: “Honest men and wise men should be sought for diligently, and good men and wise men ye should observe to uphold; otherwise whatsoever is less than these cometh of evil.” (D&C 98:10.) Note the qualities that the Lord demands in those who are to represent us. They must be good, wise, and honest. We must be concerted in our desires and efforts to see men and women represent us who possess all three of these qualities—goodness, wisdom, and honesty.
We must make our influence felt by our vote, our letters, and our advice. We must be wisely informed and let others know how we feel. We must take part in local precinct meetings and select delegates who will truly represent our feelings. I have faith that the Constitution will be saved as prophesied by Joseph Smith. It will be saved by the citizens of this nation who love and cherish freedom. It will be saved by enlightened members of this Church—men and women who will subscribe to and abide the principles of the Constitution. I reverence the Constitution of the United States as a sacred document. To me its words are akin to the revelations of God, for God has placed His stamp of approval on the Constitution of this land. I testify that the God of heaven sent some of His choicest spirits to lay the foundation of this government, and He has sent other choice spirits to preserve it.
We, the blessed beneficiaries, face difficult days in this beloved land, “a land which is choice above all other lands.” (Ether 2:10.) It may also cost us blood before we are through. It is my conviction, however, that when the Lord comes, the Stars and Stripes will be floating on the breeze over this people. May it be so, and may God give us the faith and the courage exhibited by those patriots who pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor that we might be free, in the name of Jesus Christ, amen.
© 2010 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All Rights Reserved*******
Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura
31 May 2013
Conspiracy Theories OR Fact!
21 November 2009
What is a Conspiracy Theory?
28 February 2007
911 Conspiracy Theories
21 February 2007