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Over 80% of Americans believe the federal government is corrupt, untrustworthy, destructive of the Constitution and unaccountable to the people.
Perhaps there is a remedy:
The Oaths to preserve and protect or to support and defend the US Constitution “against all enemies, foreign and domestic” are not about enemies
in general, but about enemies to the Constitution specifically. (If in doubt, please review it again.)
What possible entity is powerful enough to threaten the US Constitution but its guardians, and those in power or position of influence (elected or
not) whose efforts circumvent, suspend, or systematically destroy it. These are the domestic enemies in the Oath to be fully exposed, prosecuted, and
defeated (regardless of position or status, past or present).
They will deny their guilt, attempt to defuse our efforts, or claim they have new laws and directives, etc., that make them immune to investigation or
that make their anti-constitution laws legal. It is deception and manipulation to propose that their new laws are superior to the Supreme Law of the
Land. Investigate anyway, as none are exempt or above the law, nor indeed can be.
Thousands of government actions, at many levels, suggest threats to or termination of our rights and sovereignties. Being thereby unconstitutional,
they must be declared null, void, and unenforceable.
An enemy of the Constitution is the enemy of every American. Only by an aggressive purging of domestic enemies can our Constitutional Republic be
restored and liberty preserved for our posterity. Those who resist us in this effort are aiding and abetting a national enemy.
Let the purging begin!
"Today we need a nation of minute men; citizens who are not only prepared to take up arms, but citizens who regard the preservation of freedom as a
basic purpose of their daily life and who are willing to consciously work and sacrifice for that freedom. The cause of liberty, the cause of America,
cannot succeed with any lesser effort."
-- President John F. Kennedy, January 29, 1961
We stand in danger of losing all our liberties. If lovers of freedom act now, we can restore the Constitution peaceably. But once lost, only blood
will bring it back, if by then it is not too late.
-- Paraphrasing US Ambassador and Statesman J. Reuben Clark, Jr.