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Originally posted by XPLodER
reply to post by boondock-saint
ATS THE WORLD IS WATCHING
the 3 ways to control people
1. make them beleive there is nothing they can do (example complex civil law is another language legileze) CHANGE TO COMMON LAW
2. print money and charge people interest for the right to use money(the federal reserve is unlawfuly counterfeting your notes) REINSTATE JFK RED BACK
3.divide people into smaller groups and demonize them (911,truthers,anti war ect) IF EVERY PERSON WHO WANTS CHANGE WEARS THE SAME ARM BAND THERE WILL BE A SEA OF UNITY ENOUGH NUMBERS AND ALL WILL JOIN TOGETHER
a roman senitor once said all slaves should wear arm bands so we know who the slaves are
NO SAID AN OLDER SENITOR FOR THEN THEY KNOW HOW FEW WE ARE
Originally posted by gwydionblack
I honestly don't believe it will make a difference and that it will be laughed out
Originally posted by GorehoundLarry
Originally posted by VneZonyDostupa
I'm confused about one thing...if these "Article of Freedom" are supposed to be a call to arms to "restore" the Constitution, what's with the Christian imagery? The Constitution and our government is not supposed to endorse a religion above any other. It seems the writer fo these "articles" has let in his person bias in a few different ways.
That's because many self acclaimed constitutionalists believe this is God's country. The US military is God's Army.
Stupid? You know it.
If you truly believe that a country (US in this case) could follow to the letter a piece of paper that was written a few hundred years ago by a group of idealists (Rebels) and still expect that said country to have not evolved from that said piece of paper, then you are some kind of imbecile and need to get into the REAL world.
We The People Foundation placed a full-page advertisement in the December 1 and 3, 2008 Chicago Tribune newspaper in the form of an open letter addressed to Barack Obama's presidential transition office in Chicago, in which the Foundation disputes Obama's status as a "natural born citizen" of the United States.