Friday, November 28, 2014

The Greatest Dangers to American Freedom

The Greatest Dangers to American Freedom are A Government that ignores the Constitution …  Thomas Jefferson

I have to differ and I shall use Thomas Jefferson's own words to justify my difference from this opinion of his. … it is for the peace and good of mankind that a solemn opportunity of doing this every nineteen or twenty years should be provided by the constitution, so that it may be handed on with periodical repairs from generation to generation to the end of time … We should be not worried about government and those that use it to their advantage 'ignoring' a piece of paper but must work as a Nation to ensure that WE John Q Non-hyphenated American as political beings can influence the Government more than the Money Changers that have bought our Nation's heart and soul! To the end of tossing said money parasites out into the Sea. So that we can have control over our lives again!

Now to the Greatest Dangers.

The greatest dangers have always been:

1.) That the Constitution allows for no means to go directly to John Q Public with the issues -- it would have never passed into law if it did!  ( Plebiscites work: Switzerland is hardly an Anarchy now is it?)

2.) That said public has no means of recalling officials, representatives or judicial figures or challenging a laws application, intent or validity.  ( again constitutional referendums work in most of the Western States, they are rarely used and almost always work out for John Little Dude rather than Wally Big Street. )

3.) It does not lay out what is taxable, what is income, or what for that matter under what terms 'gold and silver' equate to money in commerce -- and this is its fatal flaw allowing the 'nation' to be subject to the Credit Oligarchy. ( Basically unless a Nation controls the issuance of its own Credit and the value and volume of the same it cannot be strong. The Nation does somethings better than Wall Street. For more on that:

4.) The very notions upon which the Constitution are based lack the concept of "DUTY" being tied to 'RIGHTS' and without that there can be no lasting order. When 'right' becomes a matter of not a performed minimal level of input but rather of just being alive ... you are bound in time to end up at A-Modern-ica and its failed PC status.  This again is a fatal flaw. 'Equality' is great and all but when the 60 IQed psychotic pre-primate is 'equal' to the 130 IQ Saintly Sage ... something is very very wrong and logic and ethics are being very sorely abused or forgotten. Those that do are equal to those that merely take, cannot work. All who make a certain level are treated the same -- that can work, under certain rules. But total equality is NOT possible because it is NOT part of natures reality.

5.) There is nothing in the Constitution that stops the government from doing 99% of what it does ... Mass Immigration is Treason from the Right's POV but it is NOT unconstitutional in the least ... Liberalism needs ditched ... 

 The Document will be set aside at some point:  "Let us provide in our constitution for its revision at stated periods. What these periods should be nature herself indicates. By the European tables of mortality, of the adults living at any one moment of time, a majority will be dead in about nineteen years. At the end of that period, then, a new majority is come into place; or, in other words, a new generation. Each generation is as independent as the one preceding, as that was of all which had gone before. It has then, like them, a right to choose for itself the form of government it believes most promotive of its own happiness; consequently, to accommodate to the circumstances in which it finds itself that received from its predecessors; and it is for the peace and good of mankind that a solemn opportunity of doing this every nineteen or twenty years should be provided by the constitution, so that it may be handed on with periodical repairs from generation to generation to the end of time, if anything human can so long endure." --Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Kercheval, 1816. ME 15:42

And for more:

"Every constitution, then, and every law, naturally expires at the end of nineteen years. If it be enforced longer, it is an act of force, and not of right. It may be said, that the succeeding generation exercising, in fact, the power of repeal, this leaves them as free as if the constitution or law had been expressly limited to nineteen years only. In the first place, this objection admits the right, in proposing an equivalent. But the power of repeal is not an equivalent. It might be, indeed, if every form of government were so perfectly contrived, that the will of the majority could always be obtained, fairly and without impediment. But this is true of no form. The people cannot assemble themselves; their representation is unequal and vicious. Various checks are opposed to every legislative proposition. Factions get possession of the public councils, bribery corrupts them, personal interests lead them astray from the general interests of their constituents; and other impediments arise, so as to prove to every practical man, that a law of limited duration is much more manageable than one which needs a repeal." --Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 1789. ME 7:459, Papers 15:396

So simply meet under Color of Article V and have a Convention of Right/Center Loyal Americans from rural counties of a majority of states. ( have state delegations that vote as blocks for final vote as a de facto People's 'Congress' and there you go ... letter of law means NOTHING if the WILL to be a LAW is present!) It seems the 'lawful' way forward from this impasse and a way that most of Majority America could accept.  The internationalists, money bags and let us be frank minorities/special-victims-under-PC that would reject it: They shall not be consulted.

I suspect at some point Patriots will do just this to save what is left of the Nation IE their people. Under that Article Lays the power to write an entirely new organic document of any type desired.

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