Coffee Thinking’s: Those Molehills are in the way of the Mountain by Kyle Keeton…

CaptureBeing an American and having lived in Russia for 10 years now, I’ve been finding more and more Americans renouncing their citizenship based on the governmental policies and the wars that America commits. There is many more doing this than the government of ours admits to. The numbers are skewed because of policies that make it almost impossible to leave. If they had easy exit (as most countries,) then many many more people in the US would leave in a heartbeat…

Last night I received three e-mails from individuals that are needing help to leave America and what I see as a predominate issue is that people are very uneducated and scared. The world is a scary place to an American that has been coddled and cuddled all their life by a government and to be more scared of your government says a big statement…

One thing that I can say while sipping a cup of coffee is, “That after watching Russians, whom are not cuddled and coddled by the Russian government!” That they in fact are freer than Americans, due to such lack of attention by the governmental processes to be…”

I myself think it’s very proper and very brave of someone to break the ties and take that first baby step into the wonderful wild world we have at our disposal. For it’s either exile or prosecution, if you are an American and refuse to pay for taxes that you have no say of where it is being spent. Your money you pay in taxes is spent as if it is the governments own money to spend as it pleases. Since when did that happen and why?

If the US government passed an amendment (or something) that gave us Americans the choice of where our taxes would go (Like I would refuse my taxes to be used to war on other countries! I would refuse to have my money sent to countries like Egypt and Israel!) – that would be true democracy. It would be moral, ethical, and chances are far more ground breaking than even the founding of the original United States. Could you imagine a country that asks her people where it is able to spend their money? How about a country that asks her people, “May it go to war?” How about asking her people to do anything, because we have a little address we over look: “that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom—and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.” said by Lincoln at Gettysburg…

I had to learn that address by heart and recite it in front of class when I was little. I have never forgot it and can to this day, say it from memory at the drop of a hat…

Things like this will only happen when the “people” start making the tough choices and sacrifices. Which is why America isn’t a democracy, much less even a republic – it’s a plutocracy, plutonomy and or plutarchy. (means rule by the wealthy)

But I hope that will change, I have a growing impression that Americans will be setting the stage again, like they had when they broke away from the former Empire or North fought the South…

If I am wrong – well then you can continue to live in a world that only seems to care if we talk about adoption, abortion, gay-isms, married with children-isms, dancing with stars-isms, LGBT-isms, gun control, torture, Kadashy-isms and rape to name just a few items of molehill interest. These are the true cover up molehills of a society. If we allow all the molehills to control us then the wealthy and the government has us under their control. For they know that as long as you are looking at a molehill, you will never notice the mountain they have made to obscure your life…

While our real issue and problem (The real mountain of an obstacle!) is an out of control governmental system that has been allowed to grow exponentially beyond the normalcy of moral, physical, mental and financial barriers…

“A great revolution is never the fault of the people, but of the government.”
-Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

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kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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