Reiterating the Obvious

A Republic is important because it ensures a minority can’t have freedoms removed by corruption of a majority or influential oligarchy. We don’t enforce our current Constitution but we must because enforcement will restore freedom. If our republic was honored, we wouldn’t have private corporations (Monsanto) seizing citizen land and destroying private livelihood. They are members of world control clubs that enact control agendas wherever they do business. This is oligarchical tyranny. Globalists hijack the engines of capitalists to spread their agenda through exploitation of Uniform Commercial Code. UCC is the agreement of international business practice, and the raping of world resources is attributed to its methods. Corporate cronies have always been able to lobby and alter government policy but now they have increased leverage over offices because corporations can fund campaigns. The danger of this new ability by corporations is they can directly run propaganda campaigns against individuals if they decline to work in the company’s favor. Also, campaign funding equates to votes in a society where voters are ignorant and drugged into accepting propaganda as truth. It is unfortunate that most people vote based on what is said, instead of what has been done. Very little true research is done by the voter to verify claims.

If our republic was active, even elected representatives that were bought by corporate interests couldn’t change national policies. Globalists view republics as a danger to their plans because constitutions empower the minorities to maintain their ability to choose. America is no longer operating on its republic constitution. Our representatives do not have our best interests in mind. If we have private enterprise buying policy change, we have oligarchical dictatorship. America is a culture of corruption that exceeds far into government and foreign policy. Even American finances are outsourced to private enterprise (Federal Reserve, World Bank).

Taxation is all about creating wage-slaves. The control freaks would rather your employer send your check directly to them and once they remove whatever tax they decide then they would send you what remains. Vast amounts of monetary leverage leads to corruption and negative policy changes that attack freedom. Corruption has a limited oppressive effect in a republic because an honored constitution can’t allow it to exist. But a democracy built of weak men can dismantle a nation overnight. Smaller government reduces taxation and people could better manage their own social and business dealings if taxation was non-existent.

Democracy, as a government system, has the obvious flaw of allowing a majority to enact policy over minorities. Our republic has the capacity to manage all with a common rule of law. We can honor a democratic decision process, as long as it’s on matters that don’t upset the constitution and affect the public liberty (ability to choose). Our republic was designed to protect its people from an oppressive regime. It is important to maintain the public’s ability to attack politically, as well as physically. But we cannot do this in a democratic arena where the supposed elected representatives are bought and operate as oligarchical dictators controlling policies to increase profits of select private enterprise or further secretive agendas. A return to freedom at this point will only be obtained through physical conflict. In fact, such a statement will trigger their use of force to remove people from society that harbor initiatives for spreading this truth, under the pretext that we are a “threat to the establishment”. Their assumption would be accurate, but the establishment is thus proven tyrannous and any acts of revolution would be justified.

-Jeremy Edward Dion

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