There is a subterranean river of anger, rage and violence that flows just under the daily currents of American public life. It flows, unseen, much like the great rivers that live within our oceans and which control so much of the earth’s weather and climate.

Because these American undercurrents are rarely seen, they are thought by many to no longer exist. It is true they rarely surface, and for that we may all be grateful, because they are ever-present. A variety of outrages may occur on the surface where we live, yet nothing emerges from the subterranean deep. But oftentimes the outrages are cumulative; it is impossible to predict which one, piled upon the previous, will suddenly awaken public outrage.

The surest way to see it is to violate the original Contract with America, also known as the Declaration of Independence. The National Archives note that Abraham Lincoln called it “a rebuke and a stumbling-block to tyranny and oppression,” and so it is. The preamble 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.”

The War of Independence was fought over these rights, which our founders believed were impossible to remove from the human race. The Civil War was fought over them. And the war against the deep state is being fought over them right now. See if we are not once again here.

The Constitution was the implementation plan. It set down the barriers that barred the federal government’s entrance into the private daily lives of American citizens. Today’s federal government is nothing but one continuous, dam-breaking flood of illegal actions directed against American citizens by their own government and its self-aggrandizing “public servants,” many of whom are swamp creatures involved in corruption up to their eyeballs.

One of my favorite examples of subterranean waters surfacing – and San Francisco, which is filled with entitled elites should take note of it – is the Committee of Vigilance (an eyewitness personal account).

The offenses of the so-called deep state, the minions of the one-world government crowd, have been committed not against one political candidate or party. They have been committed against America. They are gross and continuing violations against the body politic and against every American citizen and institution.

I have no idea when the subterranean flow will surface, or how. I only know that it will. Those who have perpetrated the surveillance society – benefited by it and sought to retain power permanently – are going to pay a terrible price. Talk of firings is infantile; America has never handled these outbreaks in this way.

Had the corrupt Clinton machine prevailed in the election, as the deep state intended, it is us who would at this moment be paying the price for their outrageous treason. Now it will be them. Stop reading your “friends'” posts about cleaning their ovens on Facebook. Look into Trey Gowdy’s eyes as he questions FBI Director Comey and Adm. Rogers in the hearings. He knows. Look at those being questioned. They know he knows. The god-awful apparatus designed to protect America from its enemies has instead been turned inward to enslave our citizens and enrich the tech billionaires who helped to implement it.

We’re a long way from the end of this. The subterranean river is rising toward the surface. This treason goes back to at least George Bush Sr., as I have detailed in a previous column. It has gotten worse with each officeholder since then. One way or another, America will put an end to it – at least for a few more generations. And perhaps those generations will be wiser and more vigilant than our own, and extend the liberty beyond themselves.

You’d have to be blind, which much of humanity is, to miss the spiritual dimension to this battle. Volume 3, Absolution: The Singularity.

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