By The People

There are fundamental flaws in how American government operates today,
contrary to the Constitution and the vision of a representative republican form of governance.
I intend doing something about it: by educating and informing others who
are not even aware of the dangers.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

How to Plant The Seeds of Destruction: or What Did You Say: Who Owns What and Why? Part 1

Another Saint Patrick’s day has come and gone. I was fortunate enough to stop by the Village Pub at just the right moment:  a hotbed of culinary expertise with Stephanie at the stove. I sampled the celebration fare, Corned Beef & Cabbage with the traditional side of potatoes, carrots, and onions cooked to perfection. 

I only have another year before I can have another excellent Irish repast. And on to the meat & potatoes of this article.

Many people have recently wondered what has happened to America?  What has caused this avalanche of problems and when did the snow field begin to move under the feet of Americans?  When did it begin snowing?  To understand the answer to these questions it is only necessary to look at American history.

The Early American Colonists and later the Citizens of the united States of America were completely aware of the ways in which societies succeeded or failed. The early colonists labored under the highly ineffective system of English Mercantilism.

By the time in which the United States of America was formed, the people living in America were totally disgusted with the power and control methodologies this system presented and under which the people were forced to live. There is no mistake regarding the formation and the name of the new nation, The united States of America.

The ideas and concepts involved in the formation of the new nation were understood to a fine degree of comprehension, little if anything was in question. The issues regarding States Rights were settled. Each State was sovereign. There was no question or debate over this fact. What was in question was which combination of well understood concepts (except those few who understood the corrupt benefits of English rule and wanted to be king of America, namely Alexander Hamilton and his followers) would best suit the people of this new nation.

By the time of the 11th administration of the United States of America, under George Washington, the new nation had struggled under more than one differing systems of governance. It was time for the adoption of the best set of mechanical parts and the ways they would be allowed to interact. Yet still there were people who understood the corrupt advantages the English System of Mercantilism represented.

Note:  there are several books listed in the reference list below.

There are now several disjunct factions maneuvering in plain sight and others from behind the scenes for the ownership and control over what was once the united States of America; which unfortunately, is no longer actually active. its wealth and the wealth of the People are up for whatever group wins. These groups represent various extra national concerns; economic, political, property ownership, etc. although, as the People become aware of the truth of this reality, they are forming small groups of resistance that are engaged on various fronts of conflict to regain what has been lost or stolen. The only real questions to be considered are; has the fighting spirit been reduced by Silent Weapons to a point of nothing but token resistance, is there enough time to awaken the People to the truth of what has actually happened, what should be done to prepare to correct, in earnest, this problem and the auxiliary problems, and if all else fails to what location do Americans move. The last is the most easily answered: there is no place to where Americans can move that is not already under, either directly or indirectly, the control of one or more of these disjunct groups.

I have been referring to this ongoing struggle as a global Geo-temporal war,  please see the article entitled, "Is America a Land of Cowards and Slaves!, January 22, 2012" and the companion article "Fear Rules America, or A Land of Cowards and Slaves, September 30, 2013." The reasons for this descriptor were, to my mind, clear. Silent Wars were being waged against America and her People on many fronts and at many global locations over an extended period of time. Very few of the factions began operations of war at the same time, but none of them have halted operations of war, like tenacious packs of animals vying with one another for the largest piece of the carcass they can obtain. This has been proceeding, in-one-way-or-another, since the formation of this Nation under the First President Samuel Huntington on March 2, 1781, under the Constitution of 1777: despite the deliberate historical disinformation and fabrication presented by the modern educational system. Opposing forces to American ideas and concepts were well established by the time of the eleventh administration under George Washington 1789, under the Constitution of 1787 and because of the painful awareness of abuses, the emendation of a Bill of Rights during 1791, and because of the critical awareness of subversive activities within the system of governance the original Thirteenth Amendment of 1812. 

Essentially all Americans are completely unaware of the legal complexities, many carried out illegally, which are involved in the status of this Nation and their legal standing under Corporate and Admiralty Law (USC, UCC, & the Admiralty Law). The basis for this state of being, regarding the Nation, involves many unconstitutional actions which were taken by Congress and later Abraham Lincoln, who negotiated with regard to the repayment of the 70 year debt coming due and payable for the funding of the Revolutionary War and his actions regarding extra collateral demands during the re-negotiations of that debt during his administration. His unconstitutional actions led directly, and were the major cause for the secession from the union of the Southern States, and to the Civil War between the States. This in turn led to the illegal formation of the United States as a corporation, as briefly covered in the Organic Act of 1871 during Hiram Grant's administration, which was followed by other unconstitutional actions taken by a series of illegitimate government administrations up to the current unconstitutional administration under the direct control of a foreign national (Barry Soetoro) who himself is under direct control and guided by extra-national concerns bent on one world governmental rule. '

It is unfortunate that Carroll Quigley passed on during '77.  I would have put the project of explaining all of this in his capable hands.

Video Links:

Monumental: In Search of America's National Treasure

Published on Oct 18, 2012  Heralded as "inspiring, beautifully executed, powerful, and one meant to teach," Monumental is the story of America's beginnings. The true story follows a father of six across Europe and the U.S. as he seeks to discover America's true national treasure: the people, places and principles that made America the freest, most prosperous and generous nation the world has ever known.

Long regarded as "the land of opportunity," there's no question the tiny band of religious outcasts who founded this country hit upon a formula for success that went way beyond what they could have imagined. How else can you explain the fact that they established a nation that has become the best example of civil, economic and religious liberty the world has ever known?  What formula did they discover?  More importantly, how can we apply these same foundational truths today? 

Take your family on a new adventure to discover the true national treasure of America.

Reference Book List:

Hamilton's Curse, by Thomas J DiLorenzo, 2008

Colonel America:  A History 1565 - 1776, 3rd Ed., 
    Richard Middleton, 

U.S. History Uncensored:  What Your High School 
    Textbook Didn't Tell You, Carolyn Baker

America's Hidden History:  Untold Tales of The 
    First Pilgrims,Fighting Women, and Forgotten 
    Founders Who Shaped a Nation , Kenneth C. Davis

The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History,
    Thomas E. woods Jr., Ph. D.

An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the 
Wealth of Nations, by Adam Smith, 1776

Laissrz-faire economics


Ludwig von Mises

General Reference From an Earlier Article:

Your Choice Should Be America

'When the English Monarchy and the Church were both exercising control over empires, nations, and individuals' thoughts, there came to be an increasing number of people that felt they had lost what little control over their own lives they had managed to gain. These people decided, in one way or another, it was time to take control of their own lives and they came from many parts of the old world to settle in the new world. However, because the old world continued to exercise, what the new world settlers felt unfair and confining, control in various forms, they decided to begin a Great Experiment to be free.

The aftermath of the conflict between the old and new world was the establishment of The Perpetual Union (which is no longer in effect) and the later United States Of America. The important ideas, ideals, and concepts were composed and written down as two founding documents the Declaration of Independence and The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union (A.C.P.U. which is no longer in effect) and the later Constitution of the United States of America. These two sole sources of intents and purposes define America and American Citizens. If, by letter or spirit, either one or both are under attack, by inaction in defense of, or by action to corrupt the letter or spirit of, the very way of life in America becomes threatened. 

Why do Americans pick between Democrats and Republicans?  Why do we patronize the privately owned major media who regards Americans as having so little intellect that they have to tell us what the candidates stand for and which ones are important?   

Are we so engrossed in that kind of authoritarian nonsense that we have to rely on others to make choices for us?  The "fair and balanced" claim by one network is betrayed by their bias for party favorites to the detriment of any others that may challenge typical corrupt Washington politics. All of the major media ignores andidates from any other party, and have even ridiculed one of the most outstanding statesman of our time, (namely Dr. Ron Paul).

Why do we tolerate public employees who were elected to serve the nation by presenting the best American ideals and addressing the most important issues facing our country and providing solutions to attain those goals, but instead did otherwise?   The interests of American Citizens; home and hearth, financial soundness, and personal rights and freedoms are the concerns of all. These important ideas and issues are held as important concepts, as well as many others, within the Constitution. That document and our country largely have been ignored by the party favorites, and only recently have they even mentioned the very real problems we face. It is only obvious that Romney, Santorum, and Gingrich have changed the tune they hum. Instead of their usual stance, pompously prancing about proclaiming themselves our leaders while taking advantage of anything they can, they are now on uncertain ground and are now parroting the only candidate that has said the same things and voted the same way for thirty years. Romney, Santorum, and Gingrich have never been our "leaders" at best they were our representative employees!

It doesn't require a genius intellect to know that neither party has provided a difference in identifying problems nor finding approaches to solutions that have any beneficial results, except to grow government in directions that were never intended. What they have provided over the past three or four decades, regardless of their supposed liberal or conservative policies, is an expansion of government in every direction, including tyranny;  controlling through legislation, mandates, regulations, taxation, and executive orders has been the result. So far the solutions offered by big thinking government is more jobs in government (most of which are temporary) and borrowing money to fund what they cannot do by increasing taxation. The economic stimulus has been to guarantee enormous loans to companies with poor management and business models that have failed at the taxpayer's expense. Solyndra, Evergreen Solar, MF Global – JP Morgan are examples.

 The generalized root beliefs of today's current American Democratic philosophy are those dangerously close to, if not,  socialism. Any of the various economic and political theories advocating collective or governmental ownership and administration of the means of production and distribution of goods, or a system of society or group living in which there is no private property and in which the means of production are owned and controlled by the state, Which is a stage of society in Marxist theory that is transitional between capitalism and communism and is distinguished by unequal distribution of goods and pay according to work done are not American in concept or ideals.

The generalized root beliefs of today's current American Republican philosophy are those dangerously close to, if not, Fascism. The political philosophy, movement, or regime that exalts nation and often race above the individual and which stands for a centralized autocratic government or dictatorial control which is effected by policies or practices of, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition are not American in concept or ideals.

And still the voters select from these same two diseased pools of philosophical political sociopaths. CFR, neoconservative movement,
The generalized root method of enacting today's current American Business philosophy are those of Corporatism. 

The organization of a society into industrial and professional corporations serving as organs of political representation and exercising control over persons and activities within their jurisdiction. This concept was borrowed from the business practices of the English Crown and is not American in either concept or ideal.'

Another one bites the dust, 30.

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