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The Constitution Con

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posted on May, 27 2009 @ 09:56 PM
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The US Constitution was created on September 17, 1787, and was ratified (behind closed doors) on June 21, 1788. Thirty nine of the fifty five delegates, who attended the Philadelphia Convention, signed the document. Their con job is evident from the very first line penned. Legally, the "People" allegedly mentioned, are not sovereign. They are merely willing slaves who have been granted the illusion of freedom


The Constitution Con


Everybody wonders why no one pays much attention to the Constitution. Could this be why? No matter what conclusion you may come to at the end of this article, you gotta admit it sure brings up some interesting things that requires some serious thought.




posted on May, 27 2009 @ 11:11 PM
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A piece of paper gains its power by the number of people who stand up to support it.

Regardless of whether its intent was devious, a creative piece of pablum, perhaps, if We, as Earth's inhabitants stand for the pieces of paper written ethically in intended sales pitch, but in which We believe, We might have a chance.

I suggest that the interweb is the key, and I ask that all who have the opportunity to stand up and keep our web free do so.



posted on May, 27 2009 @ 11:39 PM
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The founding fathers took direction from the principles of Natural Law, or the Law of God, as it were. These principles were consolidated and worded into the Constitution's first 10 amendments, and into the Declaration of Independence. The influence came from Cicero, Plato, the Qu'ran, the Holy Bible, and the knowledge of free men of the day. There was conspiracy, a conspiracy of free men to break the chains of the Crown, to turn man from subject to sovereign. That experiment has been sidetracked since the civil war. And with every great American tragedy, comes the further erosion of what we hold dear as Americans. Any conspiracy to prop up the Constitution is one I'd be proud to support.



posted on May, 27 2009 @ 11:58 PM
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I knew it Bush was right.

The constitution was just a piece of paper
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Is this a joke? Of course the constitution didn't grant us sovereignty. We earned it. After we beat the British that's how we got it.



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