2020 Elections – Dive or Survive?

Mexican TV News (Noticieros Televisa) 8/27/2019 0620 hours | Mexican police officers are being murdered at the rate of one per day throughout the country.

Screen capture – Mexican TV News (Noticieros Televisa) 8/27/2019 0620 hours

Are Mexican police corrupt? Yes, but not the entire body of law enforcement officers. More so than in our country, but still not all.

The Mexican people have endured violence and death on a grand scale since the Mexican revolution erupted on September 16, 1810. 

When Napoleon Bonaparte’s armies took control of the Iberian peninsula, the Spanish monarchy’s ruling authority collapsed there and all over Latin America, leading to outbreaks of revolutions in the Spanish colonies.

Several constitutions followed the Mexican revolution against Spanish rule:

The Constitution of Cádiz – 1812

Plan of Iguala – 1821 (short-lived attempt to reinstate a monarchy

The Constitution of 1824 (the 1st genuine constitution)

The Constitutional Laws of 1836 established the Mexican states

Bases Orgánicas de la República Mexicana of 1843 was another short-lived constitution that served to establish the Catholic Church as the state religion.

The Act of Amendments of 1847 re-established the constitution of 1824. In this time period, there was the Mexican-American War and Texas was annexed by treaty into the United States of America. With the Treaty of Hidalgo, Mexico ceded the present-day USA southwest to our country.

Are we there yet? Nope.

The Constitution of 5 February 1857 focused on personal liberty and dethroned the Catholic Church as the official state religion. Even today, as you tour Mexico and visit the oldest church properties, there will be a sign saying “Propieadad Federal”. All churches became the property of the state.

Yes, almost there.

The Constitution of 5 February 1917 is the social compact in force today.

Why has the U.S. Constitution remained in force 232 years while our neighboring country to the south has had all the above turmoil?

Authority. Yes, authority is the difference.

To this day, the Mexican government does not acknowledge God as the supreme authority of the universe and God’s children as His emissaries. One could say Mexico has been at war with God since breaking free from Spain.

The good news for our Mexican neighbors is the fact that Christian leaders are emerging, taking Mexico the opposite direction Democratic Party leaders want to go.

The number one objective of all the Spanish kings, regardless of their weaknesses and their failures, was the evangelization of the new world. Spanish missions stand as testimonies to this fact throughout the North and South American continents.

The U.S. Constitution was founded on faith in the Living God, as revealed in the first sentence of the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence, which states:

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

If the Atheists enshrined in the Democratic Party successfully take control of the House, the Senate, and the Presidency, there will be a swift establishment of a state religion, the religion of atheism. 

Ronald Reagan warned, “…without God, democracy will not and cannot long endure. If we ever forget that we’re one nation under God, then we will be a nation gone under.”

The hierarchy of our U.S. authority is first, God, second, We the People, third, government.

Already, as we see in New York, California, and other states that prescribe liberal, atheistic policies, public order breaks down because they have denied our Supreme Authority, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

If the atheists win, we will be a nation gone under.

John White
Rockwall, Texas

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