Many in America are either sitting around expecting or anticipating that others will do the hard work of defending their liberty... Some have decided to play both sides of the aisle, being unwilling to commit to the restoration of the Republic, they are attempting to leverage advantage from the demise of their neighbor. Thinking to cut a deal, to find an angle, to capitalize on the situation, they believe they can wrestle with the Devil and win.
Check history those who dance with the Devil never win ... Russia, China, Cuba, Cambodia, Nicaragua. Review the Marxist's pattern for revolution, the fundamental transformation of Nations, is always the same. Destroy the middle class, expand government dependency and those in poverty; take control of the government, and then disarm the wealthy of their power. Take the ability to wage a counter-revolution away, by stripping the ability to resource one.
First, they came for the dissident and we did nothing... then they came for the Patriots and the people said, we are not Patriots. Next, they came for the baker and cake maker, the plumber and carpenter, accountants and retailers, and the nation stood by watching. Then they came for our neighbor, as we hid our faces. Finally, they came for us and we tried to resist but found no one left to help... Our family, friends, and neighbors were already captives of tyrannies hosts.
The wealthy risk little on the common cause of others... thinking to purchase a safe haven, a place out of sight, secure, and far from the reach of their enemies. However, the middle class risks it all... what little they have... as they assemble in protest, leaving their jobs to others, they open their homes to an uncertain day... With their wages abandoned and neglected, these dissidents and Patriots stand to lose it all.
What then do the wealthy venture? A few million of their billions? Think it not equitable, that the middle class is expected to bare the suffrage and weight of liberty's struggle; as the rich wager and bargain away their brothers and sisters' blood, for a little more time; too, barter a better deal and a higher place in the new world order? Are these not the same who abandoned the many on the field at Falkirk and let run red the blood of their workers and tenants' sons, upon the plains of history? Shame be upon their head, let the moth devour their holdings and the worm their purse.
For, these foolish men lay more store in the multitude of their wealth... than in the common good which produced such wealth. Little do the powerful understand, that when the hammer falls and the doors of liberty are closed, when the middle class lays broken and bankrupt alongside the poor; the mighty captains of industry will no longer find a way to barter a better course a better deal: Too, reopen the doors of liberty, nor to restore their lands, titles, nobility, and holdings. They will soon find the people do not exist to serve them; instead, that they exist because liberty served the common good of all. And, when service to the common good fails, so does liberty and the Republic, from which the wealthy have reaped their holdings and power.
Why then do the rich withhold their support for the common cause of liberty... for a biter course and uncertain security? Do they think to receive or defend liberty from the hand of poverty or the Marxist despots? Let the wealthy choose today whom they shall serve... the common good or their bellies?