Don't Shove Your Religion Down My Throat!
(Yes, I talk of silver, politics, and religion in my letters!)
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by Jason Hommel, August 8th, 2009
I'm just a man trying to do my best, and trying to teach the virtues of
doing so, and yet people tell me off for it, from time to time. They
usually say, "Don't Force your Religion On Me" or some variation of that
kind of complaint.
But those who don't understand, are the ones who want to force their views on me, and everyone else.
They want me to pay for their health care bill, whether I want to or not, through taxation by force.
They want me to pay for their bank bail outs, whether I want to or not, through taxation by force.
They want me to pay for their wars overseas, whether I want to or not, through taxation by force.
They want me to pay for their:
public schools (that kicked out any mention of God),
--they want me to pay for all of that and much more, whether I want to
or not, through taxation by force.
In fact, on nearly every issue, my position is one of "no force"!
I believe Government should stop enforcing unjust and arbitrary immigration laws.
I believe Government should stop enforcing unjust and arbitrary patent laws.
I believe Government should stop enforcing unjust and arbitrary tariff laws.
I believe Government should stop enforcing unjust and arbitrary:
inapplicable & overly enforced income taxation laws,
Please note that income taxes in America are collected by force, by threat of force, which is by extortion.
When I quote the Bible, I don't force my view on anyone. Feel free to stop reading, unsubscribe, or even slander me as you see fit. Note, my emails are advocacy, yes, but it is FREE, and no force is involved anywhere in the process.
In fact, there are only three ways to get people to do what you want. 1. You can threaten them by force or trick them with fraud, (both criminal). 2. You can pay them with money (SILVER!). 3. You can convince them through reason and persuasion. I rely on 2 and 3, not #1, which is force, and criminal.
Here is a very powerful passage from Habakkuk on these topics. A nation that relies on extortion of its own people to support itself is a kingdom divided against itself, and will not stand.
Regarding the nation that gains wealth by extortion:
7 Will not your debtors [f] suddenly
8 Because you have plundered many
9 "Woe to him who builds his realm by unjust
10 You have plotted the ruin of many
11 The stones of the wall will cry
12 "Woe to him who builds a city with
13 Has not the LORD Almighty
14 For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory
of the LORD,