Nancy Levant
February 27, 2007


We the people have no representation. No one stands for the liberty of the people – no one – and no presidential contender will save our rights, our land, our liberty, or Constitution. Therefore, let us begin on the most negative of notes.


We the people are now told whom to believe, what to believe, how to live, what to worship, how to work, and to follow all the new codes for behaviors, opinions, and actions. We the people are, in fact, animals with no rights whatsoever. However, we, like teenagers, are not inclined to dictatorship in spite of the fact that we are addicted to people to tell us what to do. It’s easier than thinking, after all.


I had the pleasure of meeting a 17-year-old boy in a bakery who told me he wanted to be an electrician. He said he didn’t want to go to college, and I told him I thought he was very smart. I told him that should he attend a university, he would come out a changed person who would, no doubt, betray his nation and freedom. I realized I had challenged his view of reality with my opinions, and so we discussed high school. I asked him if he had “multicultural” acceptance studies. He stated he hadn't had such studies since the Third Grade. I asked him if he had homosexuality acceptance class, and he told me he had also received such on-going instruction since the Sixth Grade. I asked him if he had studied the American Constitution and Declaration of Independence, and he stated, “I had it once in Ninth Grade.” I asked him if he could name one of his Constitutional rights, and he responded, “Maybe the right to vote?” I asked him if he could name one of the Amendments, and he stated, and I quote, “I don’t think I had that in school.”


He was a good boy, and a smart boy. He told me about the day he had to give a speech about Rap music, and that he earned an A grade for his speech. He told me about his basketball and soccer injuries and about his girlfriend. I wished him luck as an electrician, and upon leaving, I asked him if he was free as an American citizen. He said, “I’m not really sure…”

And once again, I was struck by the power of those who tell us what to do and how to think, even to the point of being unsure if we should think for ourselves or even how to think for ourselves. I write to you today while watching C-SPAN and listening to many, many highly educated people. On and on they talk at the cameras – telling viewers what they are doing on our behalf, what we need, and how we are supposed to think and feel. On and on, they dictate the rhymes and reasons for their New America and the purposes for our new morality codes.


The New American leaders are Communitarians. They don’t believe in life, liberty, or the pursuit of happiness. They don’t believe in freedom or individual efforts or individual accomplishments. They don’t believe in private property for the masses. They don’t believe in mobility for the masses, choice for the masses, or wealth for the masses. Rather, they believe in corporate wealth and dictatorship in unison and threaded together in “community” partnership bureaucracies. They believe in great wealth for the very few and great servitude in and for poor and struggling “communities” of like kinds. They believe in obedience, highly limited reproductive rights, and in voluntary services of many makes and measures. They believe in regulations, licensing, chipping, ID cards, spying technologies in homes, workplaces, and automobiles, and they believe in military control upon the homeland. In essence, they believe in terrorism as a rule of thumb and a moral-political code.


Their New America is filled to the brim with people who are unaware of the meaning of freedom. The people understand rules and regulations, leaders, licensure, televisions and computer games, certifications, and deadlines, but “freedom” is a foreign concept to New Americans, for freedom of opinion and action is now unethical and dangerous. In fact, the peoples’ opinions are crafted, defined, drafted, and set into mandatory laws, stones, and grades. Frighteningly, we the people are unaware of the new laws, which make us highly vulnerable to new-breed lawlessness.

Many in America are finding themselves to be law breakers when, in fact, they innocently follow old American laws – the one’s we never realized had been eliminated by our “representatives,” memorandums of understanding, executive orders, teachers’ unions, and signing statements. New America is not America, but in truth, only older Americans are aware of constitutional America’s fate. The others are, in fact, New American Communitarian followers.

As we mindlessly ignore the North American Union, the extortion of life-long learning, and the New American part-time job market without health care, let us be reminded that no matter who is electronically elected, the new song remains the same. All “representatives” do not represent people or freedom. They represent gigantic wealth and gigantic corporations, who are, in fact, our New American dictators who continue unabated to tell us everything they have always intended to do. And the truth remains that we, the people, are problematic to their profits and their plans. Let that be your warning and calling. Expect the worst.

© 2007 Nancy Levant - All Rights Reserved

Nancy Levant is a renowned writer for Constitutional governance and American culture. She is the author of The Cultural Devastation of American Women: The Strange and Frightening Decline of the American Female (and her dreadful timing).

She is an opponent of deceptive governance and politicians, global governance by deception, political feminism, the public school system, political economics based upon manufactured wars and their corporate benefactors, and the Federal Reserve System. She is also a nationwide and lively radio personality. To book an engagement with Nancy Levant, send an email request to: