According to a New York Times article released on January 6, 2012, the U.S. Constitution is losing its appeal on the international stage. Citing a study done by professors of law at St. Louis’ Washington University and the University of Virginia, democratic constitutions in other nations that used the U.S. Constitution as their foundation made drastic changes starting in the 1980s and 90s that all but wiped out similarities to America’s Constitution.
The article then goes on to criticize the U.S. Constitution as being “terse and old” in that it is ineffective in dealing with issues in our postmodern world. Then it lines up several “great” legal minds to take their turns at bashing the Constitution such as ultra-liberal U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bad[d]er Ginsburg who was broadcast on Egyptian television saying “I would not look to the United States Constitution if I were drafting a constitution in the year 2012.”
The bashing continued with the president of Israel’s Supreme Court, Aharon Barak, claiming the U.S. Supreme Court is losing its stature in the eyes of modern democracies. A member of Australia’s High Court added that America is “becoming something of a legal backwater.” Mr. Barak suggested the world embrace the Canadian Charter, which has “less absolutes.” Michael Kirby of Australia’s High Court believes the constitutions of India, South Africa, and New Zealand are top notch.
Then to conclude the article, Justice Scalia of the U.S. Supreme Court hailed the bill of rights of the now defunct Union of Soviet Socialist Republics as being “much better” than the U.S. Constitution.
So is what they say really true of America’s Constitution? Is it really not useful? In order to answer this, we should take into account the times we live in and the influences that work behind the scenes. The educational system in the U.S. from grade school to our universities have, for the most part, been overtaken by pro-socialist/pro-communist individuals. Our education system is left-leaning and embraces all ideas from atheism to astrology to Buddhism to humanism to relativism to Zoroastrianism. But one thing they cannot stand are Judeo-Christian views or responsible capitalist views.
So why is it that good, responsible capitalism and Judeo-Christian values are in the cross-hairs of the secular media like the NY Times and the prestigious legal minds quoted in their article? Because behind the scenes there is a spiritual war going on and the spiritual forces of darkness want their one world, global governance. In order to bring forth their one world government with its one world leader, all barriers must be removed and one of those barriers is the U.S. Constitution, since it is based on Biblical, godly values which they hate.
This is what is pushed in education, government, religious, and civil societies all over the world. The secret societies pulling the puppet strings of the legal world are pushing their members, like the ones quoted in this NY Times article, to start a campaign to dump on the U.S. Constitution in the hopes that America will be brainwashed into believing their Constitution is bunk, which will then have the domino effect of other nations being dissatisfied with their constitutions so that the door will be opened for the global governance to be established.
Since most school kids and college students aren’t being taught the Constitution and most American adults are more interested in the daily grind of their lives than in educating themselves about the Constitution, the prospect of the overthrow of our Constitution may not be so far off into our future. The spiritual sharks of evil have smelled blood in the water, and they’re moving in for the kill. Are we going to let them?
Source: Adam Liptak. ‘We the People’ Loses Appeal With People Around the World. nytimes.com. February 6, 2012.
If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do? Psalm 11:3
Except the LORD build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the LORD keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain. Psalm 127:1
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