posted on Oct, 4 2012 @ 07:57 PM
iI cant take credit for the post but what he is trying to say there all crooks:
I'm sure you have heard of the practice of withholding critically damning evidence of a situation until a period of time has elapsed - often fifty
years - to protect the living reputations of those involved in a particular undertaking. Did you know that they did this in 1787????? There were 65
men delegated by their states to attend the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. Did you know that ten of these refused to attend, including one
whole state, Rhode Island? Did you know that of those who did attend another sixteen were too ashamed of the document to put their names to it? That
means that of those who were delegated to attend not even a two-thirds majority could be mustered to ratify the thing, let alone the unanimous
agreement required by the Articles of Confederation, the amendment of which was the sole purpose for calling the 1787 convention. Of the signers of
the Declaration of Independence, 16 signed the Articles of Confederation; 8 attended the 1787 Con-Con, but only 4 of those signed the Constitution. If
it was so great, why didn't those who were a party to its creation jump at the chance to add their names as signers?
The US Constitution and the Founding Scoundrels
Postby saynotochips » Mon Feb 12, 2007 10:58 pm
US Constitution and the Founding Scoundrels
Sunday, October 29, 2006
October 28, 2006
Unfortunately the original Confederate constitution was patterned after the 1787 US Constitution which itself was a repudiation of the whole
revolutionary war effort against British dominance. Constitutions are quite unnecessary unless a people surrender all their sovereignty to a
government in which case restraints are seemingly necessary to keep that government from ending the people's liberties. The primary mistake with any
government is to rely on the democratic process, for by one's vote one surrenders one's sovereignty to those for whom one votes. Any government, and
there have been many around the world which have patterned their organizations on the US Constitution, is doomed to failure as far as freedom is
concerned. This is from the people's point of view. "All organizations are organized for the benefit of the organizers." From the government point
of view government is always a success until it self-destructs from its own internal rot and corruption. Under a government's dominance, there can be
no such thing as a "sovereign freeman."
There have been thousands of books written extolling the virtues and imaginary benefits of the US Constitution over the past couple hundred years.
There are endless articles written today about how all society's problems can be ended by merely abiding by the Constitution's original intentions.
BUT, unless one understands the original intentions of the Founding Scoundrels who met in secret conclave in 1787 to conspire against the freedoms of
the American people, one KNOWS NOTHING