LETTER TO THE EDITOR: We must not ban America’s heritage

Why is it we always seem to believe that the answer to resolve the crisis or problem is to ban an inanimate object or substance? Guns, drugs etc.

It has often been said “we cannot legislate morals.” Can it be that it is becoming more obvious we made a grave mistake when we allowed God to be banned from our educational systems our schools? By omission we not only promoted immortality, we allowed for the successful secularization of our nation.

Because of our ignorance, apathy and complacency our ability to unite has been stifled, but I pray not struck dead.

Again the words spoken by the Rev. John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg on Jan. 21, 1776 ring out loudly to me; “because of your silence and inaction by default, we are about to lose our hard fought for religious and civil liberties.” I add to this, yes indeed perhaps our nation! Perhaps you already know the catalyst for putting the words “In God We Trust” on our coins was the Civil War.

Do you know the reason why? They proclaimed; so our future generations will know we the United States of America did not evolve from the pagan, secular society, how’s it working for you? A quote from George Washington, “Whatever may be conceded to the influence of refined education on the minds of the peculiar structure (our children?) reason and experienced both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle.”

Woodrow Wilson said “it is a futile thing we try to do when we do not know where we have come from or what we have been about.” It is just my opinion, all these issues being tossed about these days are false flags being used by secular sophists and self-serving individuals for personal gain. The secularists wish to test our resilience and conviction by exploiting our obvious, prevalent lack of knowledge.

The only ban we need to have is a self-imposed ban, individually as American patriots to refuse to engage in ad hominem debate. Ad hominem means appealing to personal prejudices or emotions rather than reason.

I realize that in today’s social media, computers, TV and radio this message of conversation is used to gain a following, get ratings, sell products etc. I desire none of this, my mission is simple and clear: to protect and promote our national motto, “In God We Trust” and to keep the words “Under God” in our pledge of allegiance and to talk about our nation’s history not taught these days.

I emphasize our Christian roots, publicly proclaiming the words on top of the Washington monument; Laus Deo, Latin for “Praise God.”

On one of my travels with my little trailer and statue, speaking in a parking lot; a man asked me, “aren’t you afraid?” I replied yes, but not of mortals or public opinion. My only fear is when my journey here is over and I stand before my Lord that he may ask, “When you prayed for an answer I gave it to you, why did you quit?” Therefore I will not quit, I will not be silent.

My name is Grizzly, I am an un-hyphenated, unapologetic American Christian Evangelist Sentinel ( A.C.E.S.) I don’t do Facebook, I only do “face to face” because you the person are important. To conclude; I say the solution is NOT in the White House, it is in your house!

Russell Murphy (AKA) “Grizzly”
Felton

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