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Constitutional Rights

Let it be known that we, the people of the United States of America, stand in recognition of the true principle that whenever a government abandons the purpose for which we have created it and even becomes hostile towards that which it was once a defender of, it is no longer a fit steward of the political power that is inherent in the people and lent to this government with strict conditions.  These conditions are clearly defined in the United States Constitution and understood by the common man.  Furthermore, to the extent that our government violates these conditions, they nullify their own authority, at which point it is our right and duty, not as subjects but as sovereign Americans, to entrust this power to new stewards who will not depart from the laws we have given them.

 

This being the case, let it be known that should our government seek to further tax, restrict infringe on or impose on the rights given by God and the US Constitution, that the duty of us good and faithful people will not be to obey them but to alter or abolish them and institute new government laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form as to us shall seem most likely to effect our safety and happiness.

 

The Big Ideas Presented:

All power rests inherently with the people so logically as a government moves further and further away from the people their power is subsequently diminished.  This would mean that the federal government, being the furthest away from the people would also be the least powerful. This is recognized by the 9th and 10th amendments.  However, the “totem pole” of power, which is supposed to have the people on top, gets inverted when the federal government controls all the money.  This is why the Federal Reserve is so bad for America.  They print trillions of new dollars causing the money you have to become worth less, and you feel this in rising prices.  So, you are broke and the federal government has all the power. At this point they treat our rights as privileges that they can revoke.  Article One, Section 10 of the U.S. Constitution addresses this problem and offers the solution (gold backed currency).  If we are going to successfully defend our rights, we must understand how the federal government became so powerful that they are now a threat to us.

ADAPTED FROM the “Second Ammendment Task Force” of Fairbanks, Alaska

November 12, 2010 Posted by | Constitutional Issues | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

   

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