Born in Rebellion!

What Are We?

In the light of the recent events I have heard many folks exclaim:

“We are better than this!”

“This is not America!”

With a few internet searches you can find a tremendous amount of information on the violence that has occurred spontaneously and the violence that has been sanctioned. We have been a county that from it’s inception has been based in getting our way.  We put it in the terms of “We The People”.  This seems to wrap it up and put a nice bow on it. It sounds good to say “We the people!”  We don’t ever stop to think about what that really means. 


Our founding father, Benjamin Franklin said “I am making a Republic if you can keep it!”

Our founding fathers saw the danger of making a Democracy that could lead to a “mob rules” mentality. So they created our Republic.

We The People, The heart of the Rebellion

The US Constitution starts with these famous words. Meaning “What ever the people want is what they get!”

It’s all about their will. The people know best. 

Where’s God

In the Constitution is their little room for one true God.  There is lot of room for your “little g” gods. 

Worship what every god you want, purse what makes you happy. 

Can we be surprised?

Many people in the US have not learned their own history well enough to understand how we truly begin. 

The United States has a mixed history. Some of the groups that came here were truly for religious reasons. Such as the Pilgrims. These groups were mixed in with the other groups here to make money. It is a mixed bag of religious refuges mixed with people trying to worship God with freedom. The United States Written law gave into the desires of the flesh. Letting the people do what ever makes them happy.  Making ourselves “litte g” gods as well.


What does the bible say about this?

Jeremiah 17:9  (KJV)

The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?


The real law that we should be concerned by.

Psalm 1:1-3 (KJV)

1 Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.

But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night.

And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.

The Bible tells us to:


Follow Yahuah laws! His ways are not our ways. 


Not following His way is rebellion. We have been doing what we want, what makes us happy and what makes us feel good since our inception. 


How can we expect that the Father is pleased with us? He is not please with a group of people that shake their fist at Him and do whatever they want. 


I am not proclaiming any politically allegiance in the writing of this post. As a student of history I just need to make you aware of the waring and rebellious nature of our past.

Lets take a look at our long history of Violence.

Top 10 Deadliest US Riots

10. Watts, Aug. 11-16, 1965
The spark that ignited six days of rioting in Watts was the way the Los Angeles Police Department handled a suspected drunk-driving arrest in downtown Watts
120 Dead
9. Detroit, June 20-22, 1943
 Three days of rioting was the result of racial tensions between blacks from the South, whites from the South, and immigrants from Europe
34 Dead
8. New Orleans, July 30, 1866
The riot ignited when a crowd of black freedmen marching for their liberties against the newly-legislated Black Codes was attacked by a mob of Democrats.
7. Detroit, July 23-27, 1967
Detroit’s black residents weren’t happy about police treatment, after Detroit Police Department raided an illegal bar and began roughing up patrons.
6. Memphis, May 1-3, 1866
A post-Civil War riot, the Memphis unrest was more violent and more organized than the brawl in New Orleans. 
5. Los Angeles, April 29-May 4, 1992
The beating of Rodney King, and then the acquittal of the LAPD officers for that beating.
4. Manhattan, July 12, 1870 & 1871
Resulted from a long-standing beef between Irish Protestants and Catholics
3. Tulsa, May 31-June 1, 1921
The riot got started when a white mob attacked businesses and residents in the predominantly African-American Greenwood district
300 +
2. Atlanta, Sept. 22-24, 1906
The Atlanta race riot of 1906
1. Manhattan, July 13-16, 1863. The Draft Riots.120 dead


Dates War in Which American Colonists or
United States Citizens Officially Participated
Major Combatants
July 4, 1675–
King Philip’s War New England Colonies vs. Wampanoag, Narragansett, and Nipmuck peoples
1689–1697 King William’s War The English Colonies vs. France
1702–1713 Queen Anne’s War (War of Spanish Succession) The English Colonies vs. France
1744–1748 King George’s War (War of Austrian Succession) The French Colonies vs. Great Britain
1756–1763 French and Indian War (Seven Years War) The French Colonies vs. Great Britain
1759–1761 Cherokee War English Colonists vs. Cherokee Nation
1775–1783 American Revolution English Colonists vs. Great Britain
1798–1800 Franco-American Naval War United States vs. France
1801–1805; 1815 Barbary Wars United States vs. Morocco, Algiers, Tunis, and Tripoli
1812–1815 War of 1812 United States vs. Great Britain
1813–1814 Creek War United States vs. Creek Nation
1836 War of Texas Independence Texas vs. Mexico
1846–1848 Mexican-American War United States vs. Mexico
1861–1865 U.S. Civil War Union vs. Confederacy
1898 Spanish-American War United States vs. Spain
1914–1918 World War I Triple Alliance: Germany, Italy, and Austria-Hungary vs. Triple Entente: Britain, France, and Russia. The United States joined on the side of the Triple Entente in 1917
1939-1945 World War II Axis Powers: Germany, Italy, Japan vs. Major Allied Powers: United States, Great Britain, France, and Russia
1950–1953 Korean War United States (as part of the United Nations) and South Korea vs. North Korea and Communist China
1960–1975 Vietnam War United States and South Vietnam vs. North Vietnam
1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion United States vs. Cuba
1983 Grenada United States intervention
1989 U.S. Invasion of Panama United States vs. Panama
1990–1991 Persian Gulf War United States and Coalition Forces vs. Iraq
1995–1996 Intervention in Bosnia and Herzegovina United States as part of NATO acted as peacekeepers in former Yugoslavia
2001–present Invasion of Afghanistan United States and Coalition Forces vs. the Taliban regime in Afghanistan to fight terrorism
2003–2011 Invasion of Iraq United States and Coalition Forces vs. Iraq
2004–present War in Northwest Pakistan United States vs. Pakistan, mainly drone attacks
2007–present Somalia and Northeastern Kenya United States and Coalition forces vs. al-Shabaab militants
2009–2016 Operation Ocean Shield (Indian Ocean) NATO allies vs. Somali pirates
2011 Intervention in Libya U.S. and NATO allies vs. Libya
2011–2017 Lord’s Resistance Army U.S. and allies against the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda
2014–2017 U.S.-led Intervention in Iraq U.S. and coalition forces against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria
2014–present U.S.-led intervention in Syria U.S. and coalition forces against al-Qaeda, ISIS, and Syria
2015–present Yemeni Civil War Saudi-led coalition and U.S., France, and Kingdom against the Houthi rebels, Supreme Political Council in Yemen, and allies
2015–present U.S. intervention in Libya U.S. and Libya against ISIS

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