Two words “establish justice”, makes clear in their use, what was absent. By analyzing these two words in relations to the Preamble, a whole host of questions and answers beckons attention.
The word “establish” means: to make stable; make firm; settle. 2. To order, ordain, or appoint (officials, laws, etc.)
American colonies under control of the English Crown were subject to the whims of the king and official bodies that represented him. This was not only the issue in Great Britain, it was more so in American colonies. In view of this fact, was it necessary to us the word “establish” in this manner? The answer is yes.
Because of tyrannical rule of the English Crown, American Colonies were taxed to the extent of extortion. They sought redress for their grievances through proper channels and means, but found themselves placed in a status of irrelevance by their governors and the Crown itself. Established historical records verify injustices imposed by the Crown and practiced by its governors.
In view of the word “Justice”, and its meaning; - “1. The quality of being righteous. 2. impartiality; fairness. 3. The quality of being right or correct. 4. Sound reason; rightfulness; validity.” - fails to be present in the American Colonies in relations to the British Crown.
Injustice was the word of the day. Criminal activities of all kinds were perpetrated on the American Colonies. Slavery and indentured servitude was introduced presenting Germans, Irish, Africans and any other race or religion thought to be inferior, as a means of additional cheap labor and personal property.
As a matter of everyday life injustice permeated ruling of the colonies by the Crown and it officials. Because of the Judea Christian belief, which was the primary religion of the colonies, the behavior of the Crown was clearly anti-Christian, and more aligned with Luciferian Doctrine of evil. God fearing men choosing to follow the teaching of The Lord Jesus Christ were forced to endure the evils at the hand of the British Crown.
The words “…establish justice…” were used in the Preamble for their Christian intent, purpose, and truth. Life for the colonies had already proven the consequences of an anti-God belief. As a result of the education that only experience can teach, “…establish justice…” were an essential part of the Preamble.
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