If I Wanted America to Fall

An essay by James A Graves, Jr.


If I wanted America to fall, I would be delighted with the events now transpiring in

Alabama.  By trying to keep a monument of the Ten Commandments in a public building, Justice Moore has been ruled to be in violation of the law. 

Amendment I to the US Constitution states in part, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion…”

That law has been misinterpreted by the US Supreme Court to mean ‘separation of church and state’ and now all judges are bound by it.


In the long fight to destroy America, this is the shining example of what has long been sought: the rule of American law is turning against the very foundations upon which the law was written.  Basically, American law is turning on itself.


The word is spreading throughout the world that the display of religious icons and references to God and the Bible is no longer acceptable in America.  When Justice Moore loses, a legal precedent will be set that will provide the weapons to win other challenges against religious displays.


Some say this is a foolish effort; that simply removing references to God from public buildings and documents will not cause the American political structure to fail.  These skeptics must be reminded that American law is based on Biblical law, specifically the Ten Commandments.  Removing the basic foundations of law will cause the whole structure to fail.  It will then be possible to replace that foundation with laws that properly address modern-day thinking.  In time, the archaic US Constitution and Bill of Rights will be discarded and replaced with laws written to embrace Humanism and the New World Order.


How will this be accomplished?  Simply and slowly, one step at a time.  The efforts to remove icons, statues, plaques and all other references to God and the Bible from all public buildings and gathering places must continue.  

Prayer and references to God have already been banned from public schools.  Current efforts to ban prayer and references to God in all government functions must now be redoubled.

The US Supreme court must no longer be allowed to begin each session with the words; “God bless American and this court.”  Neither can prayer in federal and state legislatures be allowed to continue.  “In God We Trust” must be removed from US currency, etc. 

Finally, religious references must be removed from all public documents. 

For example, in The Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal, and endowed by their creator...”

Creator is another term for God, so this document must also be removed. 

The crowning achievement will come when it is finally established in courts of law that US law is unlawfully based on Biblical law.  The way will then be paved to overturn the US Constitution and Bill of Rights.


One must understand that America is not its citizens; it is not the land, highways, homes and factories.  All countries have these things.  America exists only because of the laws by which it is governed.  When the ancient laws upon which America is based are removed, America will be no more.


If I wanted America to fall, I would destroy her from within by removing her foundation, brick by brick and stone by stone.


©2003 James A Graves, Jr.


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