What We Defend: James Madison was the fourth President of the United States, but more importantly he is renown as the “Father of the Constitution” and author of the Bill of Rights. No one better represents what the founding fathers of America desired for the country to become:
~The diversity in the faculties of men … is not less an insuperable obstacle to a uniformity of interests. The protection of these faculties is the first object of government.~ Federalist paper No.10 James Madison
In this monumental statement, Madison first matter-of-factly observes that the individual liberty of being able to direct your own life according to your own “diversity” of interests and abilities (“faculties”) is an unequivocal obstruction to a “uniformity of interests” (collectivism – the goal of a sheeple utopia). He then flatly concludes that protecting this deliberate obstruction to collectivism is the utmost purpose of government. Madison is saying that it is therefore the government’s number one job to ensure that you and all Americans be able to direct your own lives without restriction on your desires and capabilities. Creeple paranoia has turned Madison on his head, insisting that the goal of government should be the “uniformity of interest”, which in contemporary terms is where a collectivist elite directs everyone’s lives toward a fear-free utopia.