Antipathy and Aversive Accountability
AN•TIP•A•THY 1. Strong hostiltiy or opposition toward (somebody or something) 2. Object of loathing (anger, hostility, or disgust) as defined.
Antipathy or better still — aversive accountability is what I believe is the condition America is in, brought on by a cadre of leadership that allows those inside the “beltway” or those who work with the American federal government to pilfer, collude to commit crime — or basically act as though they are above the law. (Opposition, Aversion, Hostility, Antagonism, Hatred, Dislike, Ill feeling, or Ill will.)
This much is certain — that America was founded by an energetic people primarily based on designing and forming a national government that moreover, was governed by a rule of laws, hence “The rule of Law” or also known as the US Constitution.
I am beginning to aspire to look at what the Founders described as the condition of humankind in their own words. We start with the distinguished Alexander Hamilton.
“A fondness for power is implanted, in most men, and it is natural he abuses it, when acquired…” Alexander Hamilton, The Farmer Refuted, February 23, 1775
“Every government degenerates when trusted to the rulers of the people alone. The people themselves, therefore, are its only safe depositories…” Thomas Jefferson, Notes on the State of Virginia, Query 14, 1781
The following has been said by just about every illegal immigrant — “I came to this country to make or have an easier life, a better life for me and especially my children.” Therefore, when one comes along as an immigrant in opposition to any of American ways either through hostility, ill feeling, or dislike these are the qualities that make a natural hatred and lack of assimilation to the American Way.
As President Thomas Jefferson alluded to in his words he wrote to Hugh White:
“Born in other countries, yet believing you could be happy in this, our laws acknowledge, as they should do, your right to join us in society, conforming, as I doubt not you will do, to our established rules. That these rules shall be as equal as prudential considerations will admit, will certainly be the aim of our legislatures, general and particular…” Thomas Jefferson, letter to Hugh White, May 2, 1801
It seems very apparent to me that people, other than coming here to cause and create as much opposition and antagonism to Americans and the American way as possible to include killing and terror against people they have never met who went to work or school one day never to return home is unconscionable.
And right there, inside the beltway sits another person who aims to be as pseudo-politically correct as possible — moreover, creating secret agencies so as not to allow the “other agencies” whose job it is to evaluate these idiosyncrasies go to work and do what exactly? In regards to the FBI and further culprits involved in using a Blackberry or iPhone by Apple, Inc., to communicate Top Secret messages.
However, take note folks any person who brings to fruition a secret agency against the will and dignity of the American people should be impeached. Let us all learn a lesson with this man who lies, cheats, steals, and who wouldn’t offend a Muslim or refer to a situation of mass murder using jihad and/or terror should be held accountable.
What President Obama has managed to do during his terms in office is to make as many changes to what most of us hold as values — therefore changing the entire fabric of which America was founded. Why is it not a hate crime to deprive conservative organizations their right with the IRS? He should have been impeached for the hate crime of discrimination.
We also have a very similar presidential candidate that will fabricate, tell different people different things about the same issue — or lying not about 30, 300, or over one hundred thousand non-secure documents to fly from her pocket rocket very much the same however at a far worse degree as a man called Edward Snowden!
It is all about owning what we do. It is taking accountability for our actions.
“If a nation expects to be ignorant — and free — in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be…” Thomas Jefferson, letter to Colonel Charles Yancey, January 6, 1816