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Public Empowerment Treaty

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posted on Jul, 19 2010 @ 06:47 PM
I propose The American People set forth this treaty in regards to returning the power to the people.
A simple treaty, underlying the essential rights of all men and women.
A modernized version of the first ten constitutional amendments.
Yet, enforced.
Public officials will be asked to step down, in a peaceful manner.
A complete overhaul of the limits and powers of the government, wherein the states will govern themselves, with main form of government will be a lesser entity, mainly military.
The new elected officials will be chosen by character, not false promises and hopes.
Governing officials need to be more localized than a widespread, overgrown heirachy, as to better understand the needs of the local public.
Officials will be forced to release all hidden information regarding technology, conspiracy, etc.
In the event new elected officials become corrupt: public humiliation, public exilement, or even public execution shall be practiced.

Everyday we are lied to.
We are cheated of our money.
We breathe in toxic chemicals excreted by airplanes.

Ohh, and by the way, they can put a price on your life, for those who believe their life is invaluable,

And we stand for this?
Personally, if I knew the first thing about writing, getting support, or enforcing a treaty, I'd of already got this revolution started.

I for one, would love to fight for and experience the same freedom that George Washington and our forefathers once dreamt of.
Not the freedom that has been fought for since The Government learned the power of deception.
False freedom.
Servitude under the guise of freedom.

I dont believe in violence, but to quote The Beastie Boys, "You gotta fight for your right to party".
And right now, Im all about the beer bong, metaphorically speaking.

People, if you have any sense about you, you'd stand up with me while standing is still an option.

posted on Jul, 19 2010 @ 09:50 PM
I find it sad that no one cares to respond to this.
It goes to show that people are better at talking than they are at acting.

posted on Jul, 19 2010 @ 09:56 PM

Originally posted by cheddartoes
I find it sad that no one cares to respond to this.
It goes to show that people are better at talking than they are at acting.

I was about to say you jumped the gun on this one, then realized I jumped the gun without checking that 3 hours have passed since you posted that. With that said, I agree totally with what you say. I always pledge my support to some type of thread that is posted here, willing to fight for our liberty, our freedom to practice religion or not to, our freedom to be gay or straight, our pursuit of happiness and acceptance of everyone for who they are. For our officials to act just and according to the constitution and law, for nothing is higher in the nation of America.

However it never goes anywhere so what difference will this one make?
I'm with you

posted on Jul, 20 2010 @ 06:07 AM
reply to post by The Endtime Warrior

Well, we become labeled savages and extremists if we choose to act violently, so how would one propose a peaceful method of a governement overhaul?
Its just appalling as an american citizen to see the way we are treated.

posted on Jul, 20 2010 @ 09:10 AM
reply to post by cheddartoes

well really what it comes down to is numbers. they can call a few hundred people "savages" maybe even a couple thousand. but the more you get, the less they are able to pigeonhole the groups of people who peaceably assemble and address the government. we're off to a start, but the revolution must come with much more people getting involved.

posted on Jul, 20 2010 @ 11:22 AM
We can all stay on the same page on the internet, we can call for any number of ATS members to agree with what you said. The internet can keep us informed and somewhat organized against TPTB, but what can we do about it?

posted on Jul, 20 2010 @ 01:33 PM
reply to post by The Endtime Warrior

I know every major movement in history has required both peace and violence for success.
Look at the American Revolution (No, Im not into the Tea Party thing, nor do I lean more towards democratic or republican ideaologies. Freedom needs no specific "party".), it required both violence and peaceful politics to get the job done.
I just believe we should initiate the peaceful politics as an American people before we show enforce our rights.
We've yet to even begin to stand up for ourselves.
Granted, we've got the "Tea Party", but its just become an offshoot of Republican since Palin got hip to it.
And we have the extremeists who pop up from time to time, and act without really making any public voiced opinion.
But, as a People, as a whole, we've yet to...even stand up and have a voice.

reply to post by Starbug3MY

And like I said, I propose a simple Treaty, or an Act of some sort.
It wont take much for a person, or group of intelligent, hardworking americans, to write this historic piece of paper, and spread it, having everyone that shares some sort of common feelings for American Freedom.
Change requires some sort of effort.
Walk around outside of public places.
Family members.
Write college articles.
Im sure there are people out there that are related to people in the paper, or television.
Once an idea good idea catches, it will stick.
For gods sakes, look at children, and those Silly Bandz.
A simple two dollar pack of flimsy rubber, oddly shaped, bracelets that can be bought at a gas station, blew up this year and became a multimillion dollar business.
Same with Pokemon.

If you cant rely on peoples passion and intelligence, then you can take a note from the MSM and Governments book, and count on the communites shear stupidity.
If you can get enough people to jump this bus, everyone will hop on, as to not be the only one left looking stupid.

People go for whats most popular.
I mean, everyone knows there were better picks for presidency this term, yet due to his socialistic ways, Obama won the "popular vote".

For those who arent intelligent enough to understand that we NEED our freedom, we simply pound it in their head that freedoms "cool".

posted on Jul, 20 2010 @ 03:17 PM
It is a false dichotomy that it is 'legitimate' for the corrupt government thugs to impose violence & threats against others, & not have to face violence from an enraged populace that is tired of their lies & thievery.

Power to the people.

Maybe we should outlaw corporations in the United States.
All they are is a false facade for a 'legitimized' Mafia royalty.

Either that or take VERY strong measures to limit their corrupting, hijacking activities of what should be our government.

posted on Jul, 20 2010 @ 04:38 PM
reply to post by slank

Hence the options of public humiliation, exilement or execution.
Lets face it, though, out of all of those, public humiliation is the worst.
People seem to hate being humiliated.

posted on Jul, 20 2010 @ 08:05 PM
reply to post by cheddartoes

this is why I go back to my original point. numbers. thats all fine and dandy if it becomes violent, its still gonna take numbers. not enough people getting involved, getting upset enough to do something about it. we need the people to get involved. how many would it take? well obviously more than they have on capital hill...but it goes further than that. all the people that stand around doing nothing.....we need to far outnumber these people as well

posted on Jul, 20 2010 @ 09:04 PM
reply to post by The Endtime Warrior

The question, friend?
How do we raise numbers?
Sure, ATS is a big enough, but...we're few and far inbetween, and from what Ive come to understand over the last few years of viewing this site, the lot of the people here are off their rocker.

posted on Jul, 20 2010 @ 09:08 PM
reply to post by cheddartoes

You have to lead by example. Simply, practice what you preach. My immediate thoughts are reaching out to the community in some way. How are you around other people? Or should I say, how are the people around you? Committed? Able to get involved? Its really hard to generate emotion via the internet versus in person. People aren't able to fully see the passion behind it.

posted on Jul, 20 2010 @ 09:34 PM
reply to post by The Endtime Warrior

Believe it or not, Im very sociable.
I just find that I strongly dislike people in general.

Id love to lead by example.
But...Ive no clue where to start.

I mean, I seem rather intelligent, but, Im a 20 year old stoner, highschool dropout who sands drywall for a living.

Like I said, I dont know the first thing about writing up a treaty or an act, or else I would have done so.

Sure, I could be extremist and make stuff go boom.
But, I refuse to get my hands dirty until Ive atleast made my arguement, loudly, might I add.

So, how do I get this started...peacefully?

posted on Jul, 22 2010 @ 02:30 PM
reply to post by cheddartoes

If I had the answer, Id tell ya. It really relies on seeking out people who think like you. Maybe start a group, locally of anyone who shares your vision. Just an idea, you are talking to someone who is in the same boat as you.


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