Wanna know how to catch wild pigs? Here’s how it’s done.
First, you toss corn in an open area every day until the wild pigs learn where to find it. If you don’t scare them off, they will come back as long as you provide the corn.
Next, you put one side of a fence close to the corn. At first the pigs may be apprehensive, but they quickly accept the fence and come back for the corn.
Next, you connect another side at right angles to the first piece of fence. When the pigs accept that, you continue with the other two sides. Then you add a gate.
Once the pigs all come in for the free corn, which doesn’t require all the work of finding and foraging, you slam the gate shut. Now you have bacon for all your friends.
That’s how you catch a pig.
How many people will take the time to look objectively and honestly at what we are witnessing in our country and in
today? We can witness the process and we
can see what happens when countries run out of corn.
It doesn’t require a crystal ball or the gift of prescience to predict our future, if things don’t change. Too many people enjoy the free corn and don’t seem to mind the fence. They’re comfortable, secure, distracted and oblivious to what is happening outside the fence. As long as there is food on the shelves and football on Sunday, who cares?
Adams said, “Those who
trade liberty for security have neither.”
Those who prefer freedom and the risks and challenges that come with it seem to be outnumbered by those who are happy with free corn. Unfortunately, we are all in the same cage. And the corn is running out.