Ready for victory? Or do you uphold unlawful wars, bankster economics, dishonored rights?

You all took at least one US Government class. You learned US federal government is limited in power by our Constitution. “Limited government” prevents unlimited or dictatorial power.

Given our unalienable rights and Constitution, We the People have a choice: either honor and uphold our freedoms under law, or surrender to “emperor has no clothes” obvious criminals. Many Americans have Oaths to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

Are you ready for victory now? Or do you choose to support and defend crimes that annually kill millions, harm billions, and loot trillions of our dollars while destroying our honor and damning our children to tyranny?

You are capable of verifying the simplest of facts, and will quickly recognize and confirm the following US acts are obvious crimes:

  • US armed attacks, invasions, and occupations of foreign lands are unlawful Wars of Aggression. Two treaties, the Kellogg-Briand Pact and UN Charter, make armed attacks on another nation unlawful unless in response to armed attack by that nation’s government. It’s icing on the legal cake that all “reasons” given for war to Americans, our military, and the world are now disclosed by our own official documents as known to be false as they were told. Moreover, such US wars have killed 20-30million since WW2.
  • Fraud is the crime of misrepresentation that causes harm. The US bankster economy uses fraud to transfer trillions annually from We the People to them. This criminal “1%” represent our “debt-supply” as a “money supply,” represent bank debt that they made out of nothing as “loans,” and represent escalating government debts as having no solutions except our austerity rather than presenting obvious solutions. This fraud costs Americans increasing work (if they can get work), increasing debt, inflation, deprivation of public services, and a transfer of wealth to a criminal-colluding 1% that hide ~$20 to $30 trillion in protected tax havens. About one million children die from preventable poverty every month from “developed” nations’ reneged promises for annual investment equal to one-half of one percent of this tax-free wealth for about ten years. Ending poverty reduces population growth in all historical cases, and according to the CIA is the best way to end terrorism.
  • The 2006 Military Commissions Act and NDAA 2012 attack and remove nearly all Rights under the US Constitution. These are passed pieces of legislation, but not laws Americans should follow because “laws” that obviously violate the Constitution are void. The criminal claim that the Executive Branch can detain anyone on their dictate forever, or even assassinate upon dictate (even 16-year-old American children) is an obvious crime. Here are our unalienable rights under attack from “laws” mocking the Constitution.

You therefore recognize that US Presidents, leadership of both parties in Congress, and corporate media all act and lie for the worst crimes imaginable for a nation to commit. They do so relentlessly and increasingly. In case you consider state-level “leadership” of our Left and Right arms of fascism any better, they lie and hoard literal billions and trillions in surplus taxpayer accounts while demanding our austerity. This is what the CAFR scam is about.

Finally, you rightfully conclude:

  • The lawful response to these crimes is immediate arrests, not mere consideration of impeachment committee consideration or media banter about proper leadership. For four years I’ve offered Truth and Reconciliation for these criminals that is still open; my colleagues and I receive silence and escalated criminality that kill millions, harm billions, and loot trillions.
  • The rule of law is meant for all to understand, and that if we can master rules in sports we MUST MASTER AND ENFORCE rules that millions and billions of human beings rely upon people of good hearts and minds to uphold.
  • You’re smart enough, you’ve seen enough, and you’re ready right now for victory over psychopathic criminals in US “leadership.”

We will be victorious, as Muse’s Uprising lyrics artistically states, because We the People choose justice over War Crimes, prosperity over imposed poverty, and unleashing the human spirit discover human life after our control is ended.

The only missing pieces are critical mass recognition of the US 99% of the vicious crimes of our 1% “leadership,” and our exercise of lawful rights to end “emperor has no clothes” obvious crimes.

Act as your heart and mind best inform you.

You are ready for victory.

Be proud of who you are.

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  • nveric

    “…my colleagues and I receive silence…”

    I too receive silence when informing others about the restriction and loss in our voice in the federal government.

    And now a few other trivialities needing exposure.

    Long held traditions and habits do not alter the words of containment. Constitutions are restraining orders, not licenses to do what one wants. Freedom and Liberty DO NOT apply to those in government. The elected are not allowed to go beyond the written instructions contained in a constitution. That’s why people write them. Simple concept, yes?

    While accurate and everyday words used to make an argument here or there display a position intended, the words mean wholly another because of the political filter employed by the reader or listener. Conversations and compositions become filtered and translated by a recipient according to their political leaning. Somewhat understandable, but nonetheless counter-productive if not destructive to understanding, is this practice. To get around these filters, one can employ an extensive array of alternate words and string them together. However, in doing so, the torturous outcome becomes muddled and is seen by others as if written by the tortured. Likewise, use of from our founding era founders also are seen as foggy fulminations fraught with flatulence. Current verbiage is problematic too, as regional, ethnic, etc. differences can make communication a chore.

    A question remaining, at least in my mind, is to what end are these rantings aiming at or for?

    Restoration seems inadequate. 310 million people under one roof is a bit much for the current abbreviated system. As the numbers grow, so too shrinks personal contact. This is why Congress stopped increasing representation after the 1910 Census. The debate centered around the difficulty in getting to know each other, so the solution was to burden the citizens instead by making it more difficult for the People to rally together. Intentional or not, the result of their dilemma further reduced the effectiveness of the People, for when the number of contacts increases, the time required increases, and the variations or variables involved likewise increase. To me, this is unacceptable. Congress not only shifted a burden, but made that burden intentionally grow with each new citizen.

    The foundational structure of the federal government is outdated and inadequate for even decent people operating it. As the country grew into this nation/empire, the foundation was not adequately altered, thus I think the nature of the federal government became altered and easily transformed for the very bureaucratic excesses seen today. Continual power/authority grabs to maintain the system are more than ill advised, they are dangerous and despicable.

    • jo6pac

      I get the silence treatment also and some times they’ll say Why would the powers to be do that to us and I try to explain it’s already been done they only have to turn it on.
      Yes about words have you noticed as few others have the meaning of words have changed and that becomes the filter on to itself.

      • nveric

        People in a situation become trapped into limiting their thinking. When their comfort level is reached, thinking ends. Even the stuff I write has flaws, sometimes, but I do this Independently of political / religious dogma. This itself has me at odds with most people, but I do it because I care about them and myself too.

        This comfort level idea, I think, explains much of human history, for we humans seek comfort as most life does also. The need to survive is modified to include survival which is more comfortable too. When growth ends, comfort takes over. My younger years contained much discomfort, but as time when on, doing things in discomfort became uncomfortable, meaning I noticed what was going on instead of solely focusing on the task at hand. Such is the same for societies.

        With a greater focus on comfort, direction becomes lost and pettiness rises. Whether other people see the systemic rot and so forth or not, few are willing to talk about it, because it’s uncomfortable.

  • gozounlimited

    The Revolution Will Not Be Televised …. Love Is A Power …. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1O02k2PhfM

 

 

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