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No more Bankers or Lawyers running our country! I'm writing in this man next election.

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posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 11:02 AM
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Theoretical Physicist S. James Gates



Gates received SB (1973) and PhD (1977) degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His doctoral thesis was the first at MIT on supersymmetry. With M. T. Grisaru, M. Rocek and W. Siegel, Gates coauthored Superspace, or One thousand and one lessons in supersymmetry (1984), the first comprehensive book on supersymmetry.




Dr. S. James Gates, Jr., a theoretical physicist, the John S. Toll Professor of Physics at the University of Maryland, and the Director of The Center for String & Particle Theory, is reporting that certain string theory, super-symmetrical equations, which describe the fundamental nature of the Universe and reality, contain embedded computer codes. These codes are digital data in the form of 1′s and 0′s. Not only that, these codes are the same as what make web browsers work and are error-correction codes! Gates says, “We have no idea what these ‘things’ are doing there”.







posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 11:05 AM
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In my opinion the United States of America needs real change. Not the Obama change, where another attorney runs the show, or a banker that makes self beneficial policies. We need someone that will inspire America to learn. This is my nominee.
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posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 11:27 AM
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A country not run by lawyers, and bankers. In the UK a huge percentage of our political class stem from a legal background. Most of these go to an expensive private/public school then go to University for a law degree, during that time they often will work for a politician during breaks as assistants. This is why politicians in the UK have absolutely no understanding of normal lives, because they have never known the day to to day struggles ordinary people face.

A country not run by lawyers, I dream of world completely free of the blood sucking filth that live extremely comfortable lives on the profits of human misery.
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posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 11:37 AM
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The first step IMO, is letting the entire country in on this secret. The people have the power. We can boycott any and all corporations that are supported by these members of our political parties. We can take back whats ours.

We have been shamed, the powers in charge support an industrial complex that only goes to helping their agendas.
Our armed forces have become the executive branches yes men.

We have lost sight of the bigger picture that our fore fathers dreamed up for us and this once great nation.

There is hope, boycott china, boycott imports and keep our money in our own financial system. Support the growth of american jobs and infrastructure. Help the USA become a self sufficient nation.

Buy american goods and it will put a giant crimp in the government outsourcing and spending.

The time is now, you have the power. This country was built by the people for the people. WE the people hold all the cards. Its time to show gubberment that they can not keep us down.

We will prevail, we will be victorious. Join Me and spread the word. We are taking back whats ours.



posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 11:44 AM
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We have lost sight of the bigger picture that our fore fathers dreamed up for us and this once great nation.


Almost all of the founding fathers were lawyers.

An oldie but a goodie: www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 11:53 AM
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Originally posted by frazzle
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We have lost sight of the bigger picture that our fore fathers dreamed up for us and this once great nation.


Almost all of the founding fathers were lawyers.

An oldie but a goodie: www.abovetopsecret.com...


I have to disagree, the founding fathers did just that. they founded our executive legislative and judicial branches, they built this country, its foundation and all. Lawyers as the first three letters says....LAW...they wrote them.

It dont make them lawyers, it makes them pioneers.

A lawyer is just a fancy job that someone came up with to make people accused of a crime feel like they have adequate representation and a voice.

We need more Pioneers....we can be the pioneers of USA v2.0!



posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 11:56 AM
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We will prevail, we will be victorious. Join Me and spread the word. We are taking back whats ours.


You expect things to change by spreading the word? Ummm.....Good luck with that! Don't get me wrong, I am one that is all for the people, but ACTION needs to be taken, not words....IMO of course



posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 12:02 PM
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Originally posted by Chrisfishenstein
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We will prevail, we will be victorious. Join Me and spread the word. We are taking back whats ours.


You expect things to change by spreading the word? Ummm.....Good luck with that! Don't get me wrong, I am one that is all for the people, but ACTION needs to be taken, not words....IMO of course


Of course there needs to be actions taken! We all need to take action, stop supporting the monsters in office that seek to undermine our freedom and liberties. Stop supporting the back room dealing that these politicians have done in years past. We need to stop purchasing import crap and sway the economy back on track.

I have been doing my part, i only buy AMERICAN. I cant help it if some of their parts to make american items may be from abroad. But its a good start, and a lot more than the 99% are doing, just following blindly.



posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 12:03 PM
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If you are a lawyer you better hope the atheists are right because eternity is a long time to be burning.



posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 12:13 PM
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Originally posted by frazzle

An oldie but a goodie: www.abovetopsecret.com...


That was a very interesting read. I'm sorry I missed that thread the first time around.



posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 12:16 PM
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I see no one likes my viewpoints, thats ok with me.

You cant begin to take the monsters out of power till you cut off the evil that feeds them. Yes im talking about $$.
Yes its all about the bens. If we started bringing our jobs back here we would cut off their money making machine.

We need to bring good jobs back here. I have spend the last fourteen years watching business after business go broke pack up and shut down.

The government has screwed us big time.

All these politicians that supported outsourcing and cheap Chinese imports must be making a killing.



posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 12:25 PM
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Originally posted by shaneslaughta

Originally posted by frazzle
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We have lost sight of the bigger picture that our fore fathers dreamed up for us and this once great nation.


Almost all of the founding fathers were lawyers.

An oldie but a goodie: www.abovetopsecret.com...


I have to disagree, the founding fathers did just that. they founded our executive legislative and judicial branches, they built this country, its foundation and all. Lawyers as the first three letters says....LAW...they wrote them.

It dont make them lawyers, it makes them pioneers.

A lawyer is just a fancy job that someone came up with to make people accused of a crime feel like they have adequate representation and a voice.

We need more Pioneers....we can be the pioneers of USA v2.0!


Disagree to your heart's content but I'll lay odds that without going to that link and reading some bios you couldn't even name more than half a dozen of the 39 "pioneers" who wrote the law, much less tell us where and how they earned their law degrees.

The executive, legislative and judicial branches that they gave us have been a catastrophic failure. So let's repeat it?



posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 12:27 PM
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Originally posted by kaylaluv

Originally posted by frazzle

An oldie but a goodie: www.abovetopsecret.com...


That was a very interesting read. I'm sorry I missed that thread the first time around.


Glad you enjoyed it. I hate to see good information go down the memory hole.



posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 12:33 PM
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The Lawyers work together to make sure of the survival of their kind. They want us to have to get a lawyer if something happens. It doesn't matter who pays them as long as a Lawyer somewhere gets paid. They have bulwinkled everyone, including the government to be afraid of their foxy tactics, it does not matter who wins or loses a case, the lawyers always win. If someone sues you, you need a lawyer to defend yourself, even if you are proven innocent you have spent a lot of money. Everyone's insurance premiums reflect this.

A person who is a lawyer should not be able to be a member of congress.



posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 12:37 PM
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Originally posted by frazzle

Disagree to your heart's content but I'll lay odds that without going to that link and reading some bios you couldn't even name more than half a dozen of the 39 "pioneers" who wrote the law, much less tell us where and how they earned their law degrees.

The executive, legislative and judicial branches that they gave us have been a catastrophic failure. So let's repeat it?


Wow man, cause you know ANYTHING? about me and my schooling?

They wrote the damn laws, they built the system from the ground up. Every american knows that. That dont make them lawyers.

The next ting your going to tell me is Washington went to school for a law degree also?



Washington received his primary education at a nearby churchyard school and then was sent to a boarding school 30 miles away. He enjoyed learning about the practical world (how to count one's goods and be a good gentleman farmer), but was not versed in the literary classics of the day, nor did he excel in reading or languages. In Washington's early teens his formal education came to an end.


Tell me another one.



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posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 01:16 PM
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Originally posted by shaneslaughta

Originally posted by frazzle

Disagree to your heart's content but I'll lay odds that without going to that link and reading some bios you couldn't even name more than half a dozen of the 39 "pioneers" who wrote the law, much less tell us where and how they earned their law degrees.

The executive, legislative and judicial branches that they gave us have been a catastrophic failure. So let's repeat it?


Wow man, cause you know ANYTHING? about me and my schooling?

They wrote the damn laws, they built the system from the ground up. Every american knows that. That dont make them lawyers.

The next ting your going to tell me is Washington went to school for a law degree also?



Washington received his primary education at a nearby churchyard school and then was sent to a boarding school 30 miles away. He enjoyed learning about the practical world (how to count one's goods and be a good gentleman farmer), but was not versed in the literary classics of the day, nor did he excel in reading or languages. In Washington's early teens his formal education came to an end.


Tell me another one.

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Old George. Yeah, he was like the front man. He attended the convention but seldom participated in the debates and after it was all over he predicted it wouldn't last 20 years.
www.shmoop.com...

But here's an example of what the authors thought of the people ....


The framers were of the opinion that democracy was "the worst of all political evils," as Elbridge Gerry put it. For Edmund Randolph, the country's problems were caused by "the turbulence and follies of democracy." Roger Sherman concurred, "The people should have as little to do as may be about the Government." According to Alexander Hamilton, "All communities divide themselves into the few and the many. The first are the rich and the wellborn, the other the mass of the people. . . . The people are turbulent and changing; they seldom judge or determine right." He recommended a strong centralized state power to "check the imprudence of democracy." And George Washington, the presiding officer at the Philadelphia Convention, urged the delegates not to produce a document merely to "please the people."13
www.iefd.org...

That's why you didn't get to vote on the Patriot Act, or NDAA, etc. etc.



posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 01:28 PM
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I have been doing my part, i only buy AMERICAN. I cant help it if some of their parts to make american items may be from abroad. But its a good start, and a lot more than the 99% are doing, just following blindly.


This is not doing a part....That "thing" you are buying that claims to be "American" might be assembled in America, but the parts were more than likely purchased from China.

If this is what you consider "doing your part" then you are the person following blindly you are speaking about.....Words are not actions, an action would be actually taking this country back! Start a movement to take this country back, then you can sleep better at night knowing you are trying your hardest!

I admire your thought on the topic, but what you are doing is helping nothing! I am only saying this due to your rant at the top of this thread.....You were speaking about actions, taking this country back for the people, etc.....
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posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 01:54 PM
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It's kind of difficult to deprive a monster that eats $ to sustain itself, when the monster creates it out of thin air for itself at will.

Everything is controlled by the central banks, everything.

The only way to get any effect is for a bigger segment of the population than will ever agree to stop participating, to stop participating. That's why we are all turned against one another in order to keep us from agreeing on any course of action, let alone agree what has to be done first.







 
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