“Look, we owe 18 trillion dollars. I’m a businessman, you need that kind of thinking to get out of this at least for a while…” ~Donald Trump, September 16, 2015
In my own studies of the Constitution for the United States, I remember one very disappointing learning was that the United States is a corporation, by the Act of 1871. It is the reason why many Constitutionalists discuss the fact that there are two constitutions–one when we were a republic composed of a federation of states, and the one post 1871.
The interesting thing about the 1871 act is that this new corporation, whose seat is Washington D.C., has jurisdiction only over those 10 square miles and federal holdings such as forts, military bases, post offices, and the like. So legally and technically the federal government and agencies have no business in our lives, they are like the sublevels of the cabal that get some of the gravy while masking the true intent to loot America.
The politicians and banksters of course created this corporation for their benefit and created further infrastructure, such as the Federal Reserve and including constitutional amendments that were not actually ratified. And these politicians and bankers have run this corporation into the ground on several occasions.
In the meantime, we the people are trapped in the grind of working away to make the money to basically pay the bills. I can’t remember the last time I had a “vacation”. And the assault on our senses, our culture as Americans, our love of country and constitution has lead to great heartache but more so an awakening from which we will never return.
And in that awakening we have finally realized that we are trapped–almost unable to move because of personal finances, time, jobs with the jeopardy of losing them, families or even frozen by the shock of what we see around us. The disappearance of America, the fundamental corruption of politicians at every level, the dumb-down of children and adults through programmed media. The task of rebuilding the republic in this context is immense. Where do you start? Each individual and some groups have organized themselves to take on what they can; larger efforts seem always to be compromised by egos.
And we don’t want blood in the streets, but are prepared. And as certain as the sun coming up every day, we know we MUST HAVE CHANGE. Watch how people “debate”:
Is it possible that in order to get to the change we need without blood in the streets we let the businessman stabilize the corporation while we continue our efforts to regain the republic? If we the people are the rightful shareholders in this corporation–not the banksters or the politicians–let’s appoint a new CEO. The politicians have nothing to offer but more of the same.
No Trump is not a conservative. But you know, none of the so-called candidates are either.
Well, now back to our regularly scheduled programming…to continue the mission as witnesses to and participants in the greatest revolution of all time…