Note: This is not a "call to arms" post. I did not make any of this up, it is United States Case Law, and can easily be researched. Things they
don't teach you in school.
"Constructive fraud: A contract or act, which, not originating in evil design and contrivance to perpetuate a positive fraud or injury upon other
persons, yet, by its necessary tendency to deceive or mislead them, or to violate a public or private confidence, or to impair or injure public
interest, is deemed equally reprehensible with positive fraud, and therefore is prohibited by law, ... "
Bovier's Law Dictionary - 1856 Edition
There is an "Original" 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution called the "Title of Nobility" Amendment that reads:
"If any citizen of the United States shall accept, claim, receive or retain any title of nobility or honor, or shall, without the consent of
congress, accept and retain any present, pension, office or emolument of any kind whatever, from any emperor, king, prince or foreign power, such
person shall cease to be a citizen of the United States, and shall be incapable of holding any office of trust or profit under them, or either of
source: Roget's II: The New Thesaurus
Definition: Noble rank or status by birth.
People of the highest social level.
Synonyms: birth, blood, blue blood, noblesse aristocracy, blue blood, elite, flower, gentility, gentry, patriciate, quality, upper class, who's who,
So, Dear Americans, why do we let Laywers, and Knighted people serve in Government?
1. Federal taxes and regulations are too burdensome. We agree in principle to the common defense but the USA has been a warmonger since 1812 and lied
its way into two World Wars, engaged in undeclared wars in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Somalia and is even now engaged in imperialist misadventures
around the world, none of which justify the death of even one American. This cannot be borne either financially or morally.
2. The U.S. legal system is of lawyers, by lawyers, for lawyers with lawyers on the bench, on ethics review panels and in our pockets. This legal
system is cruel and inhuman punishment and cannot be endured by a free people who value justice.
Therefore, whereas the United States of America is a voluntary association, it is resolved that any state may secede from the union by the same
procedures by which they originally joined.
Would any colony have agreed to join the Union if it had known it would have to fight to get out?
The Union was a creation by the states, not the other way around. The United States is a voluntary association created by the states and states have
and had every right to secede. The Declaration of Independence itself provides for secession - "That to secure these rights, Governments are
instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these
ends, it is the Right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute new Government..."
Jefferson Davis in his inaugural address stated that, "the American idea [is] that governments rest on the consent of the governed, and that it is
the right of the people to alter or abolish them at will whenever they become destructive of the ends for which they were established." Similarly
President James Buchanan in his annual message to Congress in 1860 said, "The fact is that our Union rests upon public opinion and can never be
cemented by the blood of its citizens...If it can not live in the affections of its people, it must die."
Under Article V of the Constitution
, it notes, three-fourths of the states may
abolish the federal government. Under the precedent established in Article VII, it said, fewer states can withdraw.
If a state or region wanted to secede, that would be the public sovereignty or democratic decision. The will of the people should be respected.
Furthermore, there is nothing in the Constitution preventing states from seceding - so a Constitutional Amendment should not be necessary. According
to the Tenth Amendment, all non-specified rights belong to the states.
Several states delayed ratification of the Constitution and three states made clear their position regarding sovereignty by stating that "the powers
of government may be resumed by the people whensoever it shall become necessary to their happiness."
Eventually, all 13 of the independent states ratified the Constitution and joined the new Union while retaining their sovereignty as states.
The states made the new central government sovereign only to the extent that the states delegated it limited and specific powers.
The Constitution is a "treaty among sovereigns" and under treaty law when one party violates its terms the other parties are automatically released
from its obligations.
I think the Confederacy had the right idea...if not, why then the 14th Ammendment? Why then the marriage license? Why then all the policy laws that
have been thrust upon us, a once free people, who are now not much more than slaves to the government? Oh, we would like very much to take back
America without bloodshed, but is that possible? Would Obama order troops to fire on us? Or would they turn tail and run off the their Mars base? Only
one way to find out, isn't there? I hope I have made you think a little......
Articles of Confederation : March 1, 1781
The 14th Amendment
Make no mistake; our freedom is very much under attack. And regardless of whether or not you’re an American, your freedom, too, is at risk. It’s
the age-old fight of good vs. evil.
But there IS something we can do.
If you’re a parent, be a more Compassionate parent. If you’re a neighbor, be a truly good neighbor. If you’re a teacher, be the best teacher you
can be. If you’re a writer, be an inspiring writer. No matter what your role, carry out it out with pride and excellence.
Live every part of your life with integrity and honor. Be someone who cares about things that matter—someone COMMITTED
to making a
Let your work and your life be your masterpiece.
The world is made better by people with the courage and drive to go after their dreams. After all, it was a dream that created freedom and this
Republic. All great things have been the result of someone following their dream. And when we follow our dreams, we inspire others to do the same.
Not sure where to start? Just pick one and start there. You can’t go wrong doing good works.
Eventually you’ll find something that fires
your spirit with enthusiasm. You’ll know when you’re on the right road.
Freedom has never been cheap or easy. To expect that it will become so is naïve.
It’s incumbent upon each of us to make the best use of the talents and abilities we have. The times demand it. We must be responsible. We must be
accountable. We owe it to ourselves and to those who’ll come after us to overcome evil with greatness. Our very freedom is at stake.
Let us never become complacent. Let us never rest upon what we’ve achieved. Let us always remember that we can easily lose what we have.