OF MORAL, PHYSICAL AND ETHICAL VIGILANCE IN AMERICA by
Cliff McKenzie, Editor
ZERO PLUS 1339 DAY--New York, NY, Friday, May
internal organs of a nation dictate its external health.
America's internal organs
are under attack at the moral, physical and ethical levels.
plane halts Washington activity and evacuates the Capitol
and White House
One small example is
the recent penetration of a small aircraft to within three miles
of the White House. Oddly, the plane wasn't shot down as it
pushed closer and closer to the hub of American policy and alleged
power to protect the average citizen of this nation, and all
those around the world depending on some Big Brother to intervene
when the Terror Bully struts down the street lopping off heads
In another incident of
a physical nature, a big chunk of the West Side Highway that
ribbons up along the Hudson River from Wall Street to the Bronx
collapsed. Thousands of tons of earth slid down, blocking the
escape route of tens of thousands of Manhattan commuters who
work in the hub of the Crossroads of the World.
in NYC suspends traffic for several days
Another event was the
interloping of a Federal District judge, Joseph F.Bataillon,
voiding a Nebraska State Constitutional Amendment passed by
the voters of that state in 2000 affirming that a marriage was
a bond between a man and woman, and therefore excluding the
legitimacy of gay marriages. Nebraska, long considered the heartland
of America, had its citizens' belief systems usurped by the
Federal government, furthering the belief among conservative
family blocs that morals and ethics are not individual but collective
rights, dictated not by community standards but rather by the
whim of a Federal overseer who can erase the desires of an entire
state with the whisk of a pen.
same-sex marriage ban in Nebraska
The infrastructure of
any nation is measured by the collective strength of the individuals
who comprise the sinew of that nation. Individuals who are woven
into "villages" that we call communities, represent
the marrow of America or any country.
It is their belief systems
that keep the muscles of a nation taut. When those belief systems
come under attack by outside forces such as the act of a Federal
judge to strike down a state Constitutional Amendment, eyebrows
need to be raised.
At what point does the
federal government have the right to dictate how a state of
people feel about certain moral and ethical issues fundamental
to their way of life? At what point does the federal government
overstep its boundaries as a "guardian of rights"
to trade off the rights of the majority for the "alleged"
rights of the minority?
And before the rights
of the minority are recognized as rights, is the moral and ethical
values of those rights dutifully measured in terms of the Laws
In any decision to undermine
the infrastructure of a nation, it seems logical that a Vigilance
Test should be applied to the issue at hand. Let's take the
decision in Nebraska by the voters in 2000 to make marriage
between a man and a woman a Constitutional Amendment. Obviously,
the goal of the majority of voters was to affirm heterosexual
unions and disallow the moral, ethical and legal legitimacy
of homosexual union under the eyes of the law.
Vigilance Testing requires
that any decision be measured in terms of what is right and
beneficial to the Children's Children's Children. Historically,
from the dawn of time, the vast majorities of all societies
since human beings walked the face of the planet have placed
homosexual behavior on the outer boundaries of human evolution.
Nature has done the same.
Excluding human beings from the equation, nature does not endorse
or promote or encourage homosexuality as part of its chemistry,
for the primary goal of all living things is to procreate, to
produce offspring's and as a result, strengthen each generation
so it can compete and survive in the Brave New World it enters.
Nature doesn't promote
or endorse homosexuality
The Vigilance Test considers
not just what is "right" for human beings in the future
of their evolution into stronger, more viable competitive forces
in an ever-changing and challenging universe, but also must
present the "evidence of nature" to support any radical
change in the status quo of life itself.
Our earth is five billion
years old, and life itself began some
three billion years ago. Homo sapiens didn't evolve until
as early as 500,000
years ago, and our ancestors on the evolutionary ladder didn't
start walking upright until 1.8 million years ago.
The Vigilance Test to
alter nature's laws, imposed by human beings who believe they
have the right to dictate to the whole of a community the rights
of the few who violate the majority's rights, must go to the
past to fund its modern currency. What is right for the future
is the same that has been right for the children of the past.
Strong moral, ethical
and physical codes bind human beings to one another for the
singular purpose of procreating a better world in the future.
do humans have to alter nature by cloning or planting
hosts of eggs in a mother's womb?
The issue of homosexuality
isn't a stand alone concern in this area. In vitro fertilization,
cloning and a host of "external manipulations" to
the creation of life is in the same camp. What right do human
beings have to alter nature by cloning or planting a host of
eggs in a mother's womb and killing off those that don't fit
the "profile" of a boy or girl, or don't have exactly
the right genes?
America was constructed
as a nation of communities. Our original Constitution calls
for one representative per 30,000 population--which was then
altered in the early 1900's to limit the size of Congress and
consolidate power among politicians--so that a "community"
could fight for its individual rights.
Today, that structure
still exists in the form of mayoral areas. America's number
of mayors roughly divides into communities of 30,000--simply
because there is a "natural order" to such a community.
It represents the moral, ethical and physical values of the
people who live there. If one isn't comfortable, one can simply
move to another community that is more akin to the desires and
needs of the individual.
impact is flawed
But when the Federal
government suddenly steps in and dictates community standards,
a warning must be issued. This "watchdog" impact is
about as accurate as the defenses around the White House that
allowed an airplane to reach within three miles of the nation's
It is flawed.
So is the decision recently
made by striking down the gay-marriage ban in Nebraska. Nebraska
is a community of people who choose to live in a far more conservative
and family-based environment than other states whose composition
is far more liberal. Yet the rights of the parents and citizens
of that state, under a majority vote, have been discounted.
When we attack the infrastructure
of Vigilance, we create Terrorism. When the individuals who
believe in certain values find those values to be thwarted by
the whim of politicians hiding under the robes of law, then
the Vigilance Test must supercede the law.
is created when the infrastructure of Vigilance is attacked
Nature and the people
of Nebraska believe that the security of the species does not
rest in the promotion and promulgation of homosexuality as a
"natural" and "authorized" state. If homosexuality
were to be extended to the nth degree, then humanity would cease
to exist because procreation would not occur. Nature would strike
down such a law.
Americans, in their struggle
to be more "civilized" and to consider themselves
"highly evolved" have reverted back to the animalism
of unconscious concern for the future of their children.
By violating a state's
right to ban homosexual marriages, the federal government violates
the Laws of Vigilance.
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