Americas Blessing of Freedom & Hope

Where is your family from and why did they come to America?

Have you ever visited the communist countries of China, Russia, Cuba, North Korea, Laos, or Vietnam?

I’ve had the honor of traveling to many parts of the world, and fell in love with the people of nearly every country. My heart broke for those who were unable to enjoy the freedoms of choice and self direction that Americans take for granted every day.

What do you do for a living? Whether you are a doctor, teacher, mechanic, IT person, or full time parent; I would imagine you chose that path for your life because you enjoyed certain aspects of that work, and you are able to be compensated for it.

What if you had no say in the direction of your life, and your future was solely dictated to you by the government?

I cannot think of a faster way to snuff out the spark of life in one’s eyes than completely removing their own agency from their lives. Unfortunately, that is what happens in communist/socialist countries.

Do you want to move there permanently and give up your American freedoms and opportunities?

Do you want to make America into another China, Russia, Cuba, North Korea, Laos, or Vietnam?

Your candidate for President in America should have 2 objectives:

1) Dedication to growing the stability and strength of their country.

2) The candidate should commit to protect and defend their citizens’ rights.

Why do people leave a country?

-Fear of safety for themselves and their family from violence.

– Fear of persecution for their beliefs.

– Extraordinary poverty and no opportunities for changing it.

– Government corruption and overreach that stifles individual choices and growth and forces conformity.

Are you and your family looking to import where they came from to America?

What are the differences between their home country and America?

Your candidate for President in America should have 2 objectives?

1) Be dedicated to growing the stability and strength of their country.

2) The candidate should commit to protect and defend their citizens’ rights.

Get the facts, think carefully before you act and vote for President of the United States on Nov. 3, 2020!

I have enjoyed visiting, teaching, and performing on my violin and viola throughout the world. This includes communist countries. I have always been happy and delighted to come back home to America and our many blessings and freedoms! It is a true eye opener to see how fortunate we are in America.

We have many opportunities here to start a business, choose the work we would like to do, to own property, pray as we choose, protect our rights to free speech, protect ourselves and our home and property, the right to think and share our thoughts with others.

We have good sanitation, plumbing, drinkable running water, electricity with bathrooms that work which allow you to wash your hands with soap and water to keep bacteria and sickness from running through entire cities.

After visiting these foreign places, I was always so grateful for the blessings and freedoms of living and working in America.

“In Communism the government owns all property and pays its citizens equally. Citizens own nothing. The government chooses your work and tells you what to do. They own you! There is no free will!”

Communism/Socialism is frequently thought of in academic and media circles as an “everything is free because it is a right”. There is no freedom when you depend on the government to dictate what you deserve.

The American Revolution has stood the test of time because we are reminded that our freedoms come from God, not man.

Communism removes all your rights, your property, your opportunities, your choices, and your freedoms. This includes thinking, worship, association.

Birds Eye View on Communism in Russia:

The movie, Moscow on the Hudson” (1984) was written and directed by Paul Mazursky and starred Robin Williams, as Vladimir Ivanoff, a saxophonist with the Moscow Circus who is performing and visiting in New York City. He decides to defect while shopping at Bloomingdale’s in New York City. Director Mazursky said the idea for the film came from his own grandfather emigrating to the United States from Russia.

He says, “Most Russians, are just trying to survive. Yet, all Russians who leave their country, leave behind something they treasure and love. It’s a terrible conflict for them, so the act of bravery is overwhelming.”

The film opens with Vladimir in Russia living “in a crowded apartment with his extended family.” Then “he stands in line for hours to buy toilet paper and shoes.” It takes so long to buy the toilet paper and shoes that he’s late to rehearsal. Boris, the communist party member, KGB,

“criticizes Vladimir for being late to rehearsal and suggests Vladimir may miss the approaching trip to the United States.”. Vladimir immediately hands over to Boris, the shoes from the store that made him late. After rehearsal Vladimir goes with his friend to buy gasoline for his car from a “black market dealer.”

After Vladimir defects he has several American citizens who have immediately agreed to help him. They give him a place to stay with their family, assist him in finding work, and a recent American citizen from Cuba who his lawyer.

Blessings of America: America is not perfect, but it is our last beacon of hope!

America was built on Judeo/Christian values, law and order, righteousness, capitalism, entrepreneurship, and free markets. America is a land of opportunities. Our United States Constitution protects our freedoms. The framers of our Constitution were wise enough to realize that our unalienable rights did not come from government or man; they came from God. They were also wise enough to create the Constitution and Bill of Rights to be exclusionary (explaining what Government cannot do, rather than all the things it could do).

The very freedoms that most of us take for granted like the pursuit of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and freedom to petition the government to right wrongs are what make this country great. It is also why this great nation of ours is a magnet for people from all over the world who answer the “battle-cry of their souls to be free by seeking citizenship.”

Your candidate for President in America should have 2 objectives?

1) Dedication to growing the stability and strength of their country.

2) The candidate should commit to protect and defend their citizens’ rights.

What is Kristallnacht?

Kristallnacht, (also called the Night of Broken Glass). On November 9-10, 1938, Pogroms, violent riots, (attacks, looting, arson, mass arrests, and death) were carried out against the Jews by SA paramilitary forces (storm troopers) and civilians throughout Nazi Germany, Austria, the Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia, Slovak, Bohemia, Poland, and Moravia. These rioters destroyed, attacked, looted, and demolished Jewish businesses, homes, schools, hospitals, and Synagogues with sledgehammers. After the attacks smashed glass was left on the streets.

“British historian Martin Gilbert wrote that no event in the history of German Jews between 1933 and 1945 was so widely reported as it was happening, and the accounts from foreign journalists working in Germany sent shockwaves around the world.”

The Times of London observed on November 11,1938: “No foreign propagandist bent upon blackening Germany before the world could outdo the tale of burnings and beatings, of blackguardly assaults on defenseless and innocent people, which disgraced that country yesterday.”

Communism is total government control. Breaking down of law and order, looting destruction, arson, death. Pogroms, Kristallnacht, eradicating statues (erasing history), inculcating the young, (brain washing), no accountability, against independent thinking, against self-reliance, against family values, against religion, against human spirit. Tramples on constitution. Takes all your rights and freedoms away.

Where is my family from?

My family is from Russia and Hungary where there were no rights, no choices, no opportunities, no free speech, no right to a fair trial. You did what the government officials told them to do. There was no freedom of expression. No owning of property. There was no choice in anything. The government decided what your career would be. When you argued to try and protect yourself, they would throw you in prison and kill you.

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