When a nation dies, it does so in a national emergency
National Alliance News /r,news,nation,com article The United States was born in a time when the government controlled the media, the people, and the law.
But the federal government did not come into being overnight, and it has not always been the best way to protect Americans.
We live in a world where we can’t count on our government to be the guarantor of our constitutional rights and liberties.
It’s time for us to move on to a new day.
We live in an era when our national security is so dependent on our ability to control our own borders, that our government is increasingly reliant on the actions of foreign powers, especially those who use our nation as a platform to pursue agendas of their own.
The last time we saw the United States become a threat to other nations was in the 1920s.
That era is long past.
Today, we live in the age of a digital surveillance state.
The United Nations has described the digital world as “a war zone.”
Our technology companies are now at the center of a cyberwar between the U.S. and Russia, and China is rapidly expanding its cyberwar capabilities.
This is an era of constant surveillance and the threat of constant attacks.
The United States of America is in the middle of a national crisis that could change the course of our country for generations to come.
The president has taken a hard line on Iran and Syria, and his administration is planning to move toward a major military buildup in the region.
We’ve seen the consequences of this in Syria.
A week ago, President Donald Trump and his national security team met with the leaders of the six major powers in a meeting that was the most dangerous the United Nations had ever seen.
The summit was intended to ease tensions between the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Iran, and Turkey.
But, after the meeting, Trump reportedly made the call to withdraw from the Paris climate accord and instead pursue a military buildup against Iran.
It’s clear that Trump believes that America’s security is at risk from the threat posed by a single country.
But in a nation that was founded on the ideals of liberty and justice, the answer is not to continue to be at war with our closest allies and adversaries.
We must be at peace with ourselves.
America will never win a war without being at peace.
And the time for a national security crisis is now.
Our nation has fought wars before.
But we can win this war without using our power to coerce others into submission.
We cannot use force to silence a minority of citizens that want to speak out for our values and our ideals.
We can only use our power when we are in the presence of the people.
If we continue to take a hard-line approach to Iran, we will only continue to weaken our own standing in the world and our ability as a nation to stand up for our own principles.
The time for America to do the right thing is now is over.
We have an opportunity to do more than just listen to and obey our own government, but to lead.
We need to make a clear and unequivocal statement to our allies and to the world: America is not just a nation of immigrants.
We are the nation of freedom.
We will never forget that.
We want the world to see what our country stands for.