posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 12:18 AM
First I would suggest people read the most important document in the founding of America.
It really is not the Constitution. It really is not the Decleration of Independence. It really is not the Articles of Confederation.
It really is...The Treaty of Paris where the United States became a legal, lawful state.
Read it very carefully, read it literally not figuratively.
Take every last title starting with King George and put it into Google, don't asume you know what any one title means even if you think you do.
Take note of how the document is written, who is writing it, who is dictating to whom and what, and who is accepting what is being dictated and
Next move on to the Treaty of Ghent ending the War of 1812. Do the same thing with the titles, especially with our eight signing representatives.
Take special note of passages that state all parties have fully communicated and understand and accept each others respective powers.
Take special note of passages that are foot noted that say "Refer to Secret Committees of Congress"
Read once again how it being dictated and who is dictating and who is accepting.
Understand that these Treaties are legally binding contracts with legal entities all bound in the same system of International Contract Law.
Study the real history of the early United States, it is out there to find, especially the period after 1812 to 1835.
Find a copy of the real 13th Amendment it wasn't written in 1865 it was written in 1810 barring all nobility from public office which would include
all lawyers who hold the title of Esquire which is one step below a knight in the Engligh Crown.
If you do your research well, and you really need to do it yourself so you can really prove it to yourself you won't be able to sleep for a couple of
You will though know what to call your glorious and fine government and nation though...
[edit on 10/8/09 by ProtoplasmicTraveler]