That is true to the surprise of many, the US Constitution created by freedom-loving people is violated by our almighty government.
Just a reminder for those who have forgotten American history: this nation was created by Christian Europeans of different religious denominations who escaped Religious and Monarchial totalitarianism of Europe to live by individual freedoms and responsibilities of their Bible-guided Judeo-Christian beliefs.
Later, non-Christians were joining them – those whose beliefs have God-given individual freedoms and responsibilities at the top (including Indian native tribes, Asians, and some Africans).
Soulmate closeness of Bible-guided Judeo-Christian America’s morals and of the US Constitution’s mandates is easily seen by comparing the Ten Commandments with the US Constitution.
1- You will not have other gods before me.
Applied to national guidance, this Commandment forbids a government establishing its own morals forcing the citizens to behave contrary to the Bible-guided morals. And that is what the First Amendment forbids – Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion (and legislated morals is a government religion).
By legislating the citizen’s morals (for example, concerning marriage, gender, medical treatment, smoking, eating, taxation, etc.) our government is violating the US Constitution.
2- You will not make idols.
Applied to national guidance, this Commandment forbids everybody including the government making idols-taboos – that is something that the citizens must unquestionably believe and follow. And that is what the First Amendment forbids – Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech.
By brainwashing the citizens through government mandatory education and through mass news media (for example, on racism, globalism, slavery, woke-ism, rights-ism, equality-ism, etc.) our government is violating the US Constitution.
3- You will not take the name of the eternal God in vain.
Applied to national guidance, this Commandment obligates everybody in private and in government not to violate “in God (and therefore in His prescribed morals) we trust.” And that is what the First Amendment forbids – Congress shall make no law prohibiting the free exercise of religion (that is of religious morals).
By indoctrinating the citizens to believe that the US Constitution erected the impenetrable wall between government (its legislative work) and religion (religion-based morals) our government is violating the US Constitution.
4- Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy.
It is still here: all three major religions have every week one day holy.
5- Honor your father and your mother.
Applied to national guidance, this Commandment obligates everybody to live by Fathers/Mothers’ generational wisdom – by generational wisdom, not by nowadays government-enforced morals-related rules (‘human rights,’ etc.). And that is what the US Constitution specifies.
To prevent the federal government from becoming too powerful the Founders made sure its powers were limited and well defined. The powers given to the federal government are listed in the Constitution. The government has the powers listed there and nothing more.
In general, the federal government’s powers are limited to areas that are of interest to the states as a whole and that are best handled at the national level. Those powers include providing a national defense, dealing with foreign nations, regulating commerce, financing the federal government, and other things that affect all the states. All other powers are left to the states or to the people.
Thus, by regulating family relationships and behavior, our government violates the US Constitution.
6- You will not kill.
Applied to national guidance, this Commandment obligates everybody not to kill humans who live “in the image of God” (for revenge or personal gain), but it put no restrain on killing “satanic” groups who live not “in the image …” as was done in the Bible. And that is what the US Constitution specifies.
The text of the Second Amendment reads in full: “A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” The Framers of the Bill of Rights adapted the wording of the amendment from identical clauses in some of the original thirteen state constitutions.
During the Revolutionary War era, “militia” referred to groups of men who banded together to protect their communities, towns, colonies and eventually states, once the United States declared its independence from Great Britain in 1776.
Many people in America at the time believed governments used soldiers to oppress the people and thought the federal government should only be allowed to raise armies (with full-time, paid soldiers) when facing foreign adversaries. For all other purposes, they believed, it should turn to part-time militias, or ordinary civilians using their own weapons.
Thus, by regulating arms ownership and the use, our government violates the US Constitution.
7- You shall not commit adultery.
It is still here: all three major religions respect this virtue although some humans are sinning.
What is wrong with our government is using adultery for political murdering of rivals and that is a violation of individual freedoms and therefore of the US Constitution.
8- You will not steal.
Applied to national guidance, this Commandment obligates everybody not to steal personally or collectively. And that is what the US Constitution specifies.
The US Constitution allows the government taxation only for constitutional government tasks – the taxation for redistribution of wealth from those who make it to those who demand it based on their “human rights” is stealing.
Thus, by using taxation for redistribution of wealth, our government violates the US Constitution.
9- You shall not speak false testimony against your neighbor.
Applied to national guidance, this Commandment obligates everybody in private or in government to speak the Truth, and only the Truth. That is just what the US Constitution cannot regulate – Judeo-Christian morals cannot be judged by the government, but that is mass-violated by the government.
Those who follow the politics and mass news media know the false testimony for political or monetary gain has become a common normal.
10- You will not covet.
Applied to national guidance, this Commandment obligates everybody not to worship “equality” and not to push for redistribution of wealth to reach monetary, power, racial, gender, … equality. And that is what the US Constitution does not let the government do.
By legislating “equality,” our government violates the US Constitution.