Liberty and Why We Do What We Do, Home and Abroad

Originally published:

What is hardest for anyone not born in the United States is our pension for liberty.

Many, both Americans as well as foreigners, will argue we are in territories in which we do not belong — while yet it was the people and their threat of losing liberty that invited us there.

How does a people of any country that basically cannot defend themselves become a focus of the United States?

Again, liberty — if what little they have is being taken from them or is under a threat of such, then liberty must be preserved.

History has prove time and time again, any liberty, once lost, is lost forever…

In case you have not read Thomas Paine, or even worse do not know who he is, he captured the essence of maintaining liberty in a quote of his during the formation of our country, when they hadn’t a clue if the country they were forming would make it into the next century never mind become a world power:

Anyone that would make his own liberty secure,
must guard even his enemy from oppression;
for if he violates this duty,
he establishes a precedent that will reach to himself.

For most conflicts, we have been invited by formal invitation or by witnessing the threat of the people by its government failing at all levels to protect their people, whether intentional, or not…

The world is a big place and the United States is the only country that has provided this protection of liberty, even when we include our previous mother country England.

So, should we sit and watch what is happening in foreign lands?

Or should we protect the people so to preserver their liberty?

For if it is the latter, then the United States is defending its own liberty

And if it is the former, then the United States will lose its liberty…

Be belligerent if you want, but it is that very liberty that permits you to be very intelligent… or very belligerent… After all, it will be your own children that will discover one day that your generation accepted the defense of their liberty… or denied it to live and permitted it to be lost… forever…

Liberty, once lost, is lost forever — and that is not why Christ came to save us…

Bookmark(0)

Our Pledge

DL Pledge

We at Decisive Liberty do solemnly swear that we will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic;
that we will bear true faith and allegiance to the same;
that we take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion;
and that we will well and faithfully discharge the duties of this support and defense for as long as we live.

So help us God.

Where We Go One, We Go All


Enjoyed this video?
Then click here to subscribe to our VIDEOS Newsletter!

Prefer text-content over video?
Then click here to go to our Endorsed Media Latest News!
LinkTree
Decisive Liberty on Bitchute Decisive Liberty on Codias Decisive Liberty on Flipboard Decisive Liberty on MeWe Decisive Liberty on Parler Decisive Liberty on Subscribestar Decisive Liberty on Telegram Decisive Liberty on WWG1WGA Decisive Liberty on Facebook Decisive Liberty on Twitter


Old Glory - An Essay by Evangelo Morris

The speaker in this video, Evangelo Morris, is a retired Navy Lt Commander who has managed to gain at least 3 million views of his video through various social media platforms, not to mention having conducted this in conferences, corporations, and schools.

Do know that future videos published by Evangelo will be provided through our Decisive Liberty Endorsed Media channels - be sure to stay updated for more of his videos to arrive, subscribe to our VIDEO Newsletter here!

Reflections from Evangelo Morris

While our government officials and our military swear to uphold and protect our Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic, all of us pledge our allegiance to our flag and to our Republic.

This stance means our soldiers protect our Constitution, the framework of our fundamental laws, our freedoms, our civil liberties, our governance, and everything within.

That results in our flag representing all of us - even for those that do things of which we do not like or agree.

That hardly means those that have a love of country as well as love for our flag are not hurt at any desecration, ill-intent, or abuse - that also hardly means that anyone can do as they so please without ethical, moral and/or legal ramifications.

As a result, our flag has become and earned its place as the most recognized symbol of who we really are - a mighty and strong nation as we operate in compassion, in accordance of our Constitution.

Reflections from Decisive Liberty

The following stance is stated in the final paragraph of the oration given for the unveiling of our Statue of Liberty on the 28th of October, 1886....

... there is room in America and brotherhood for all who will support our institutions and aid in our development; but those who come to disturb our peace and dethrone our laws are aliens and enemies forever.

You can view the full oration by clicking here.

We at Decisive Liberty are committed to this stance and welcome all - if you have not already - to join us in learning to live by this stance.

There are only two nations that have placed God within their Constitution and way of life - one was created by God for the people he loves, and the other was created by people who love God.

The above video is one of more than 280 videos on our Bitchute account that have received 532,000+ views - our bitchute account is now 1800+ members strong. Check out our latest videos by clicking here.


Previous and Next Available Post

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.