We Don’t Need a New President; We Need a New Consciousness and a New System

trueworldorderOp-Ed by Makia Freeman

A new consciousness, and a new system which springs from that elevated consciousness, is what the United States needs most right now – not a new president. Here we are again in the midst of another long election cycle in the US, and what has changed? Yes, there are more “outsiders” this time, to the extent that you can call Sanders (a career politician) and Trump (a billionaire intent on always getting the best deal, in true capitalistic style, no matter what) “outsiders”. You see it every election cycle; a new candidate emerges, promising hope, change and sometimes even a revolution. But how often does it actually lead to significant, lasting and beneficial change? Can any candidate really deliver as much freedom, peace and abundance to the average person as much as an improved new system?


The “Hope and Change” Ride

Many get swept away by the euphoria of it. Obamamania was a classic example. Obama was Mr. Hope and Change, but as many have noted, he turned out to be Bush on steroids, or tyranny with a smiley face. Obama has continued and expanded all the wars, spearheaded a whole new type of war (remote-controlled drone killings) and signed pieces of legislation like the NDAA which allows Americans to be held indefinitely without trial, in gross violation of the 6th amendment among others. Is this the kind of hope and change people thought they were getting when they voted for Obama?

Hope and change, or similar notions, are almost always seized upon by politicians vying for office, because they play off people’s dissatisfaction with the status quo. However, history shows us that generally the promised change never quite happens in a way that’s good for the people. The movement or revolution in the making tends to dissipate once the candidate takes office. It leaves us betrayed and trapped, like a donkey tricked into doing hard work, reaching forward for the carrot on a fishing line that always remains out of grasp no matter what he does.

Although Bernie Sanders is clearly of a higher moral character than Obama, what will his brand of “change” be? If he wins, will he, as Chris Hedges writes, just be the leader of another phantom movement?

The US President Has Too Much Power, Whoever It Is

We may get a new president, but he or she will inherit the same system of control. Meet the new boss; same as the old boss. Lord Acton famously said that “power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely”. It is a very rare person indeed who cannot be corrupted by the massive excess of power that is afforded an office like that of the US President. US presidents have the power to fire anyone in the entire executive branch of the government, and also to command the instant destruction of entire cities. The US has thousands of nuclear missiles; only the president can give the signal to launch them. Why are we still allowing a system to exist that gives one person such massive power over the entire world?

Men like JFK, although he had flaws like anyone, held to his principles (for which he paid his life), but he was one in a million. It is insane to continue on with a system that keeps deceiving, manipulating and enslaving us, waiting in vain for someone “good” to finally take office and reverse it all. We will run out of breath trying.

Let’s Face It: Power is Way Too Centralized

The issue is clearly that there is too much power vested in too few hands. Power is far too centralized already, and the goal of the New World Order is further centralization of power in a world government. If we care about freedom, we need to be going in the opposite direction: decentralization of power. Haven’t we learned enough from history, with pages full of mass murder, genocide and war, to see the disastrous consequences of concentrating power in too few hands? Or are we going to continue to delude ourselves that decentralization is too inefficient, and that it’s better to sacrifice freedom for “more efficacious decision making”? It’s just like our health; many people would rather eat fast food and hold cell phones to their heads for hours (thus microwaving themselves) because it’s more “convenient” than eating home cooked meals and talking on landlines. Our values and priorities are so out of whack we are literally killing ourselves with our decisions.

It’s time humanity asked itself, politically: what’s more important – freedom or efficiency?


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Creating a New System

Imagine if we put as much power into changing the system as changing the president. Imagine a new system where the government only had 1/6th of its current power, and things like defense, education, energy and healthcare were decentralized and not under the government umbrella. Imagine a new system like direct democracy where citizens could vote electronically on bills and initiatives, thus bypassing much of the need for elected representatives. Imagine a new system where the government had to balance its books and legally could not borrow to go into debt. Imagine a new system where only those who didn’t want the job were chosen, in order to prevent the ambitious from becoming career politicians. Imagine a new system where campaigning and rigged electronic voting machines were banned. Imagine a new system where anyone who declared war would have to personally go on the front lines to fight it!

We have the numbers and the power. We could create any new system we wanted to, only limited by our imagination and our will. Many societies in humanity’s past used a council of elders or wise men and women as their sole political vehicle. Some native American Indians gave great power to the old women or crones, who got to decide which men would be leaders, since they knew their characters as young children, when they had reared and watched over them.

Elevated Consciousness: Key to Any New System

However, before we create any possible new decentralized system, we need to address the root cause of the issue. To really be beneficial, any new system must be grounded in a higher state of consciousness. Einstein said that a problem can only be solved by moving to a higher level of thinking than that which created it. The real revolution has to be a revolution of consciousness. Any other movement or revolution that is not accompanied by this is bound to fail.

Conclusion: Imagine If We Put As Much Power into Changing the System as Changing the President

If you live in the US, I urge you to think big this election cycle. Don’t just think about which candidate you want, because after all, many are bought-and-sold NWO puppets. Think about the entire system. Think about what changes you would make if you could. Think about what system would better serve everyone. Share this with people you know, even if they aren’t open to it, because it may just plant a seed in their minds. We don’t have to constantly settle for mediocrity by choosing the lesser of two evils. We’re better than that.

At some point we created the government, and thus, so too can we dissolve it and replace it with an entirely new system if we so choose. Remember the words from the Declaration of Independence:

That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

We’ve been abused enough. It’s time for a real revolution.

Share your comments below about ideas for new systems that would better serve humanity.

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Makia Freeman is the editor of alternative news / independent media site The Freedom Articles and senior researcher at ToolsForFreedom.com (FaceBook here), writing on many aspects of truth and freedom, from exposing aspects of the worldwide conspiracy to suggesting solutions for how humanity can create a new system of peace and abundance.

Sources:

http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/bernie_sanders_phantom_movement_20160214

  • dale ruff

    “The first strike of the Bush administration, outside Afghanistan, was on November 3 2002, in Yemen. However there was not a reported drone strike outside Iraq or Afghanistan for 18 months, until the CIA killed 6-8 in Pakistan on June 17 2004. That was more than three years into President Bush’s first term.

    In total, there were 52 strikes under Bush, killing 416 people, of whom 167 were civilians.”

    It was NOT a new form of warfare started by Obama.

    There will be no revolution without leaders to take a stand around which we can rally. Sanders is leading by example, the first serious candidate to refuse superpac and Big Money, the first to call for single payer, and the only Independent and Socialist to form a broad level of support.

    No one has done more to put inequality at the center of the debate than Sanders. For all his faults, he is the only leader in my long lifetime to offer an alternative vision and path who has gained a large following. It would be suicidal to dismiss his movement…………..as the bearer of a revolution in consciousness. We need a new consciousness, a new system, and a new President who is not beholden to the ruling class.

    • Sgt. York

      Sounds as its your bong is talkin

      • dale ruff

        Troll alert. And only 3 errors in a 7 word sentence!

        • Sgt. York

          Two things,one you read my post and understood its meaning and two you never denied it was your bong that was talking. Next. I really don’t care what you think or thought about my post so its a KOBG standoff

          • dale ruff

            Better: only 6 errors. There is no obligation to refute obvious lies. Clearly you care, or you wouldn’t repeat your lie.

          • Sgt. York

            Just this,I truly don’t give a flip how many errors you think you find in my posts. The thing that truly counts is,you can kiss my butt and smile like a good little liberal.

          • dale ruff

            You clearly care, since you reduced your errors to only 2. I find your trolling amusing. It is so pure, so totally devoid of substance.

          • Sgt. York

            Last word,I truly don’t care what you think as if your not aware that we have freedom of speech. What I say is how I feel and if you don’t like it just shut your piehole and go bug someone else

          • dale ruff

            “we have freedom of speech. What I say is how I feel and if you don’t like it just shut your piehole.”

            hahahaha

          • Jim

            Unfortunately Dale, with the people that you are obviously supporting to control your life, you will not have “freedom of speech” nor any other freedom, other than the freedom to wet your pants when the government slams the door on you.

          • dale ruff

            That’s an immature comment: I am currently supporting Bernie Sanders,who hardly controls my life. Bernie has fought for human rights all his life, even going to jail in support of equal rights.

            I find your post unrelated to any reality. In addition, your personal insults demonstrate your lack of character as well as inability to make a rational comment.

          • Kerry Jackson

            Hello Dale, I thought I’d find you hanging around this discussion, it’s right up your alley. Have fun.

          • dale ruff

            Hi, Kerry: what’s up?

          • Kerry Jackson

            Dale, I’m not sure if I read these discussions for the education or the entertainment. I suppose neither would be a bad thing.

          • blue579

            Spectacular, thank you, very well said.
            + 100,000

  • Herbert Dorsey

    The primary problem which caused the once free republic of the United States to sink into fascism, is that it has gradually been taken over by a foreign power who’s primary strength is in its secrecy. Three acts which hestened this process along were the Act of 1871, which created the Corporate United States and the sovereign city state of Washington D.C., The Federal Reserve Act of 1913, which took Congress’ ability to create money and turned it over to the international bankers, The National Security Act of 1947, which created a secret government which the people could not controle. To discover this secret foreign power, you might read “The Secret History of the New World Order”.

    • lightingstrikesthrice

      Very well said my friend. I agree whole heartedly. You could also add all the coporate acts congress has enacted. Such as, i believe in 1971, that congress cannot change any laws which inhibit or disrupt in any way a business to make money. And in the early 1800’s that the most important people in a corporation is the majority stake holders.

      • blue579

        The ability of the executive branch to take the US into war without congressional approval is another example of Death of the Republic by a Thousand Cuts, as are the presidential directives. Nelson Rockefeller operating as Nixon’s VP apparently played an instrumental role in expanding the use and power of the directives.

        Benjamin Franklin: “A Republic, if you can keep it.”

    • blue579

      JFK 1961: “The very word “secrecy” is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings. We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers which are cited to justify it. Even today, there is little value in opposing the threat of a closed society by imitating its arbitrary restrictions. Even today, there is little value in insuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it. And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment. “

      • Herbert Dorsey

        All too often, so called National Security secrecy is actually used to hide criminal behavior, as abundantly documented in the book “CIA: Crime Incorporated of America”.

        • blue579

          Thank you for the book tip. I find it fascinating there is a Siamese Twin aspect of intelligence and banking (including investment banking) – a revolving door such as Dulles and countless others. The late Michael Ruppert wrote an article CIA = Wall Street. It’s global and underscores why the KGB (FSB) represents Russia’s extremely wealthy and powerful plutocracy today. In a search for information on the connections Syrian elites have to the UN Agendas and international bankers, I discovered Assad’s billionaire cousin who controls 60% of Syria’s economy and has much of his wealth in western controlled investments has a brother who happens to be the Director of Syria’s intelligence. I wonder if anyone has written a paper on the international breakdown of this phenomenon.

          • Herbert Dorsey

            Actually there is a connection between intelligence agencies and corporations. They don’t call the CIA “the company” for nothing! The CIA was set up by agents of the largest company on the planet, the Vatican. Both Allan Dulles and William Donnovan were Knights of Malta. Knights of Malta take an oath of loyalty to the Pope which supersedes any other oath – such as an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States. The Jesuit General controles the Knights of Malta and is the true power at the Vatican.

          • blue579

            It’s a fascinating nexus, surreal too given the number of generations this has been building. I’ve come across speculation that Blackwater is connected to Knights of Malta. http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=23716 Nothing surprises me anymore. It seems like the Occult aspect to the Elites is primarily for honing the psychopath element. They apparently created and promoted the New Age memes too along with the 60s psychedelics. Soros is financing legalization of marijuana. They have it all covered.

          • Herbert Dorsey

            Eric Prince, the founder of Blackwater was a Knight of Malta. The Knights of Malta are under the control of the Jesuit General at the Vatican, who also controls the Vatican. It has been that way since the Society of Jesus was restored in 1814. Another interesting fact is that the Vatican actually created the Muslim religion as a scheme to keep Jerusalem as the Roman Empire was collapsing, as documented in “The Secret History of the New World Order”.

          • Brett

            Fascinating and all very true!

          • Brett

            Yes all these guys are jesuits and have you read the list of oaths they make? Very scary stuff! Their loyalty to the ‘order’ has no boundaries and infact will kill their own children if asked with no hesitation. Their loyalty is tested in many ways. They have zero compassion, no regard for human life and yet, they will look you in the eye and greet you with a smile and kiss with no problem. Satanic order for sure!

      • Brett

        Not long after JFK starting talking in this manner, he was shot; as we know. He even threatened to go after those ‘in high places’. He knew what was going on for sure…

        • blue579

          Very true. I watched a James Perfloff interview in which he showed copies of JFK’s orders that effectively began the process of removing the CIA’s ability to perform operations, pushing the agency back into intelligence gathering as its primary function. JFK also was going against TPTB by signing orders to bring US soldiers home from Vietnam.

    • alm3texas

      Absolutely CORRECT.

  • Cal

    “It is a very rare person indeed who cannot be corrupted by the massive
    excess of power that is afforded an office like that of the US
    President.”

    Obviously you have not read the “contract” that those that SERVE within our government are under. Here are the duties of US Presidents, anything not on this list is what is called “usurpation” and a crime, plus breaking the Oath – a felony and the crime of Perjury, etc.

    All people who serve as the US President are required to take and KEEP the Oath of Office that they will “Preserve, Protect, and Defend” the US Constitution which is THE supreme law of our nation. They are not given any authority to create any type of law that is binding on the American people, nor are they allowed to create Treaties alone without the Senate. Nor can he give himself “assassination” powers, which is really First Degree Murder.

    It is important to read the US Constitution so that one knows exactly what those that serve within the federal government is allowed to do, and how they are allowed to do it.

    We do NOT need to change our government, the US Constitution is the best type of government this world has, but it does require enforcement by “We the people…:, It requires the people to KNOW what is allowed, forbidden, etc to all the branches within our federal government because otherwise they are lied to by the corrupt as is going on today. Basically we are where we are today because the American people were willing to let the corrupt not on enter into our government, but to tell them what to think, what those who serve tell the people those that serve are allowed to do when that is actually in writing, and backed by a lawful and solemn Oath to make those that serve’s be easier to hold accountable.

    It is our ignorance and the willingness of those to be used, told what to think, etc that brought us where we are. You may not destroy the US Constitution, America. I, and others who chose to think, read, will never allow it. But if you really want the best for America, then READ the US Constitution and then enforce it as “WE the People” are required to do.

    We must replace every person in our governments because NONE kept their Oath to support and defend the US Constitution above and before the orders of superiors, before the duties of the position they occupy. It IS in writing, and it is them breaking our supreme law, and others that make them criminal in actions.

    Thomas Jefferson: “The several States composing, the United States of America, are not united on the principle of unlimited submission to their general government; but that, by a compact under the style and title of a Constitution for the United States, and of amendments thereto, they constituted a general government for special purposes — delegated to that government certain definite powers, reserving, each State to itself, the residuary mass of right to their own self-government; and that whensoever the general government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force: that to this compact each State acceded as a State, and is an integral part, its co-States forming, as to itself, the other party: that the government created by this compact was not made the exclusive or final judge of the extent of the powers delegated to itself; since that would have made its discretion, and not the Constitution, the measure of its powers; but that, as in all other cases of compact among powers having no common judge, each party (the people) has an equal right to judge for itself, as well of infractions as of the mode and measure of redress.”

    Thomas Jefferson: “The government created by this compact (the Constitution) was not made the exclusive or final judge of the extent of the powers delegated to itself; since that would have made its
    discretion, and not the Constitution, the measure of its powers; but that, as in all other cases of compact among powers having no common judge, each party (the people of each state) has an equal right to
    judge for itself, as well of infractions as of the mode and measure of redress.”

    Alexander Hamilton: “The only constitutional exception to the power of making treaties is, that it shall not change the Constitution… On natural principles, a treaty, which should manifestly betray or sacrifice primary interests of the state, would be null.”

    Alexander Hamilton: “… a treaty cannot be made which alters the Constitution or which infringes any express exceptions to the power of the Constitution of the United States.”

    Alexander Hamilton, concerning the supremacy clause, Federalist 33: “It will not, I presume, have escaped observation that it expressly confines the supremacy to laws made pursuant to the Constitution.”

    Alexander Hamilton: “There is no position which depends on clearer principles that that every act of a delegated authority, contrary to the commission under which it is exercised, is void. No legislative act, therefore, contrary to the Constitution, can be valid.”

    .St John Tucker: “The congress of the United States possesses no power to regulate, or interfere with the domestic concerns, or police of any state: it belongs not to them to establish any rules respecting the rights of property; nor will the constitution permit any prohibition of arms to the people;…”

    Abraham Lincoln: “We, the people, are the rightful masters of both congress and the courts – not to overthrow the constitution, but to overthrow men who pervert the Constitution”

    Benjamin Franklin: “In free governments the rulers are the servants, and the people their superiors and sovereigns. For the former, therefore, to return among the latter was not to degrade but to promote them.”

    • blue579

      “If a nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be. If we are to guard against ignorance and remain free, it is the responsibility of every American to be informed.” – Thomas Jefferson

    • Randy

      I didn’t read your entire posting here, but enough of it to comment on.
      There is NO actual contract if any of the five essential elements of a contract have been violated to any degree. ANY alleged contract can be vacated for fraud, threat, duress, coercion, mistake, illegality, immorality, impossibility, insanity or minority of age at the minimum. If there is an instance where an alleged contract can be allowed to stand as bona fide when one or more of those things is shown to be true, please cite it and give a logical reason as to why it should be so.

    • messianicdruid

      You do not have to be a citizen to be the head of a corporation. The U.S. government is a corporation, not the organic government of the several states. They have no authority without a contract that can be enforced in an equity court. All “persons” with a birth certificate are collateral for the national debt. Read Rev. 18 – “souls (lives) of men”.

    • Pyra Gorgon

      Well said!

  • toodorky

    Yes wasn’t President Obama suppose to do ..new changes ? …my butt…same old story. Thank you..good article…you said it a lot better than I ever could.

    • A guy from Ukraine

      This will always be a Groundhog Day story until the rigged system has been demolished and rules reset.

  • Paul Panza

    The “new system” is described in ‘The Velvet Monkey Wrench” by John Muir.

  • Kingdom Ambassador

    Anything not based upon Yahweh’s unchanging moral law, will prove to be but just another futile contemporary instance of man doing what is right in his own eyes, per Judges 21:25.

    For a just-published biblical constitution, google “A Biblical Constitution: A Scriptural Replacement for Secular Government.”

    Then, find out how much you REALLY know about the Constitution as compared to the Bible. Take our 10-question Constitution Survey in the right-hand sidebar and receive a complimentary copy of a book that EXAMINES the Constitution by the Bible.

    • Grundune

      Why should I read anything you write? I have the scriptures, I don’t need anything from you.

      • messianicdruid

        A fair question. Why do you read anything that anyone writes? For myself, to understand why they believe what they believe. If you do not care what another understands about the bible perhaps you shouldn’t read what he writes about it. Let everyone be fully convinced in his own mind.

        We need to bring nicolaitanism to what we say (politics) and what we do (economics) as well as what we believe (religion).

  • Randy

    No, no, no, NO!! We don’t need any more rigged up elections to choose who should get a government job doing ANYTHING!! The Founding Fathers KNEW that politics and political systems become corrupted quite easily from their days and experiences with jolly old England!! And they still went with that ineffective and outdated system? What the heck were they thinking, that suddenly by having four branches of government, men and women would be kept from doing bad things? You wish!!
    They should have set up a lottery style system for selecting names out of a basket, with those names being of people who had already proven well beforehand that they were 100% capable of doing the job they were chasing after! A MINIMUM score of 90% correct answers to 200 questions on tests about economics, math, justice, ethics and history. A MINIMUM of 6 people who will vouchsafe for them as to their character and honesty, and who will co-serve any jail time in the same cell if they are caught doing anything wrong while in office for their 5 year stint. 20 years hard labor for malfeasance in office such as bribery, theft or fraud, death by hanging or firing squad for treason or committing fraud while seeking a government job or after attaining it. Your same six testators get the same penalty too! Make it clear that crimes will be punished, not rewarded.
    If the FF had done that instead, we would not have the problems that we are seeing today.

    • Brett

      If only you were one the one’s writing the laws my friend. I like your thinking and, quite logical! Why didn’t they do this? However, would it have mattered in the end? The corruption of our governments the world over is so bad and deep that most people just refuse to believe it!

      • The people (in general) are having a government they deserve.

        Ferdinand Lundberg wrote about “the people” in 1968 :

        We should find a meaningful term for the masses with reference to their inadequacies of judgment. I propose, therefore, that they be regarded, in varying degrees, as handicapped, crippled, unable to make sound judgments and decisions in their own self-interest. They live blindly in a system that offers wide although not unlimited free choice and they are unable to choose wisely. They are victims of their own choices. Nobody protects them from themselves ! The masses are handicapped in that they are ready believers in tales and promises of nimbler wits, prone to give credence to the improbable or very doubtful. They believe that some obvious charlatan – a preacher, a politician, a vendor of cheap merchandise – is going to do something very good for them at only a slight fee or absolutely free. At their most extreme these people are the followers of astrologers, spiritualists, religious dervishes and messiahs of all kinds, very often political messiahs. They tend strongly to resist whatever is objectively the case if it does not harmonize with their delusions.

        Gullibility and muddle-headedness are functions of insufficient intelligence. The intelligent person is prone to make significant distinctions, to analyze, compare, reflect and seek out difficulties in proffered propositions whether flattering or promising to himself or not. Skeptical self-analysis is beyond the powers of the gullible because they already feel insecure, must (as they say) “believe in something” if only in believing. Intimations of any lack in their judgment are resisted. Hence it follows that they believe whatever ethnic, religious or national group to which they belong is inherently superlative. Having little sense of individual identity, they derive their identity from some extensive tribe – hence White Supremacy, Black Power, God-Jesus, Dallas Cowboys, etc.

        While all men may have been created equal, whatever that means, what strikes the most casual observer is their disparity of age, circumstance, capability and condition. And, considering people in general with respect to their judgmental powers, what is most unequal about them is their intelligence.

      • Randy

        I’m glad that you can see what is logical and what is not! Yes, it would have mattered at least by now, if the FF had not erred in giving us a political system (rigged up popularity contests) to determine to staff the government.
        The laws we have today, what a mess, a mass of confusion to say the least! But on the other hand, that’s really a good thing, because the legal system has several I guess you could call them “back doors” to exit it. If you were to read my papers about the legal system, you would see them too!
        I’m going to paste in my latest one, it’s called Pulling the Teeth out of the Mouth of the Legal System.

        Pulling
        the Teeth out of the Mouth of the Legal System

        Not
        many people realize that the legal system is a complete scam, and
        even fewer realize that it has teeth which can be easily pulled out,
        quite easily, in fact. The forceps that are used for this task come
        straight out of the legal system itself, believe it or not! These
        forceps come in various sizes, shapes and styles, but they all do the
        exact same job. They expose the contradictions and hypocrisies of
        the legal system, as well as the crimes that the legal system commits
        in order to function. All that one has to do to identify these
        forceps, and then use them, is to thoroughly read and understand a
        few key elements of the legal system, such as its basic premise for
        existence and from where it derives its authority. There are a few
        more which will be touched on as you read further. And as more and
        more of these tools are learned, much confidence in using them will
        be gained.

        The
        legal system from its very beginnings, when the King’s Court was seen
        as becoming too corrupted to function properly as a place where
        people could get their due justice when they had been wronged, has
        been nothing but a huge scam. Not even the men who spoke so
        eloquently on behalf of the plaintiffs and defendants way back then
        ever saw that the legal system would be its own undoing one day! But
        that time has indeed come upon us now, and all that we have to do is
        open our eyes and greet it like a brand new day dawning upon us, with
        a cheery grin and a song in our heart.

        The
        various policing agencies are a rather easy set of teeth to yank
        right out of that meat grinding maw of the extremely ugly beast we
        call the legal system. One way is to get into the record the fact
        that “witnesses” for the State enjoy being able to lie
        while under oath without any fear at all of perjury charges being
        filed against them. This is supposedly allowed under the guise of it
        furthering the interests of justice! Just HOW are the interests of
        justice served by certain people being allowed to lie while under an
        oath to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?
        That’s not justice at all, that’s criminal collusion to say the
        least! It makes a complete mockery of that oath! If this fact seems
        too incredible to believe, all one has to do is make a test by
        firstly reading Terry Reed’s book, Compromised; Bush, Clinton and the
        CIA. And then ask a lieyer (without telling him/her that you are
        onto their scam) if that is true or not. If they say that it’s a
        lie, then bring up the fact that that very thing happened in Reed’s
        case, and ask them how they can reconcile the two things. You see,
        ALL good attorneys always know the answers to their questions BEFORE
        they ask them! Unless it is one that comes out of some testimony,
        the answers of which will be verified later on to make sure that the
        truth was being told.

        Another
        pair of pliers that can be used is to show a conflict of interest
        with any of the actors involved. These so-called judges are a good
        place to start, since they are all just Executive Administrators who
        do not even swear a proper oath of office before they begin hearing
        cases. And they never disclose the fact that they are actually
        acting as the lead prosecutor in any case. These EAs take a portion
        of the proceeds of a court case in the form of a payment into their
        retirement account. In “income tax” cases, they can get a
        cash payment of ten thousand dollars upon a conviction!! Isn’t that
        a conflict of interest there? Do the arresting officers get any kind
        of a perk or bonus from their actions? Or does their department?
        Isn’t that biased policing?

        After
        many years of study of the legal system and its machinations,
        something was suddenly realized. It is the incontrovertible fact
        that the entire legal system runs on fraud of one kind or another.
        And since fraud is a crime, exposing it for the whole world to see,
        negates any pretense that it is an honest system and one has to
        endure it. Let us look at the definition of just two words now, and
        see how they fit into this tool box of ways to beat the legal system
        at its own game, shall we? The first one is the word contract. It
        is defined in any law dictionary as having five essential elements to
        it, and the violation of even just one of them to any degree then
        renders the whole thing void. Those five elements are competent
        parties, subject matter, a legal consideration, mutuality of
        agreement and mutuality of obligation. Notice now that these are
        given in terms of absolutes, meaning that there is no lee way at all
        in any of them. They are either there or they are not. For how can
        anyone measure how much deviation from them can occur before the
        alleged contract is finally vacated? That is a very deadly arrow to
        pull from our quiver. Another word is fraud. According to several
        court cases, fraud vitiates all that it comes into contact with.
        Fraud just touching something renders that thing completely
        contaminated and of no further concern to us. How can it be
        otherwise? If it is some other way, once again, what is that
        measuring instrument which we use to mete out the appropriate amount
        of fraud to make sure that we get just the right amount?

        Any
        alleged contract can be vacated for fraud, threat, duress, coercion,
        mistake, illegality, immorality, impossibility, insanity or minority
        of age. Another tool in this box is The Seven Elements of
        Jurisdiction. One can easily find them by just the most cursory look
        around a law library or online. The Void for Vagueness Doctrine has
        been used many times to yank whole sets of legal system teeth in one
        fell swoop, as well as proof of a mistaken identity. So you see now,
        the entire legal system is just riddled with holes, some of them big
        enough to sail large ships through three abreast with plenty of room
        left over. Other holes may not look to be so cavernous at first
        glance, but all holes leak something. And once a small leak has
        begun, it can turn into a major spill very quickly. Now some people
        may not like to remove those chains of the legal system from around
        their ankles, because they feel that it is their duty, in some sort
        of a perverted way of thinking, to be ripped off and abused by it and
        its actors. Or maybe it goes against their brainwashing in the
        public fool system or some religious order to seek freedom. And to
        them I say, well, please have a very good time with that then! But
        if others do not want to be made a victim of the legal system, why
        should they be so made? Just to keep the others company in their
        cell next door? We should have better things to do with our precious
        time than that.

        Yet
        even more tools are The Three Magic Questions. What is the EXACT
        AMOUNT of fraud that ANY man or woman has the right to commit? What
        is the EXACT AMOUNT of fraud that ANY man or woman has an actual
        obligation to endure? What is the BASIC PREMISE that is being
        operated off of, in the instant case? Those three questions right
        there have the lieyers heading for the hills when they are asked.
        They have no real defense against them, so they MUST run away as fast
        as they can and hope that they can outrun them.

        So
        when enough people are educated with this material, the current legal
        system will be starved more and more, eventually becoming so weakened
        it will just die. When enough court cases are dismissed and no
        profits are being created from them, the various policing agencies
        will have to curtail their criminal activities. Like civil asset
        forfeitures. That is the real reason why Prohibition was repealed,
        too many court cases were being lost due to jury nullification and
        the courts were losing money hand over fist. Make no mistake about
        it, courts ARE businesses which must show a profit each fiscal year.
        Every court in America is listed in Dunn & Bradstreet as a
        business!! And, the federal government couldn’t keep shame off its
        face with a law on the books that couldn’t be enforced, so
        Prohibition had to be repealed.

        One
        fine day, we will be able to go back to Common Law courts with real
        juries of our peers; our friends, neighbors and business
        acquaintances, for who else should know us better in order to judge
        us? The judges will be there only to act as referees to keep things
        running smoothly and the jurors will be the ones who judge our guilt
        or innocence based upon the factual evidence presented.

        • Brett

          Very well done. And written!

        • Randy

          Well thank you very much! If you liked that one, I am sure that you will also like The Scam of the Legal System and a few others as well. You can find TSOTLS in various places on the internet.

  • gifteconomy

    SHARING & GIFTING = killing the profit based system built by satanists!
    GiftEconomy = the only solution – it is not about communism/socialism where one has to work and pay for his water, food, space… just like in capitalism

    • missy y

      such as Ubuntu=Contributionism no money is used therefore nobody is ‘better’ than anyone else (Michael Tellinger, not the computer program!)

  • Kerry Jackson

    Sgt. York, I agree that you have a right to say hurtful things to people, but should you? I agree with everyone posting here today that there are many, bad ,things wrong with this country today. I don’t agree with everyone on how to fix these problems. I don’t 100% agree with anyone on the left or right, and probably not even in my own church, I don’t agree with Dale (he does not like the fact that I have a bugout bag)but we all bring ideas to the table that need discussion. Some days we can’t get anyone in the “District of Criminals” to do what we sent them there to do, but because we live in the greatest country on earth(at least to those of us who have never lived anywhere else) we are free to openly talk about it and try to “figure out” what to do about it. I have finally learned that people in some areas of the nation have different concerns and different problems than I do. Over 40% of the land in Oregon is “Federal” land while less than 5% of Georgia is. Just one example,people in Oregon have some different concerns than people in Georgia. My “long winded” point is that we should not be harsh or mean to people for their views, Dale is a well educated man, and he makes some valid points if you can read his posts with an open mind. There are many people who sound off on these posts with good ideas, and each of us can sift through these and make good decisions because we talked about them. We don’t really need a Donald Trump to “make America great again”. WE can do that, because WE did it the first time. “We the people” make America great, especially when we decide to get along, work together(and this does not mean that we always agree) and make good choices in the booth and then hold our elected officials accountable to WE THE PEOPLE.

    • Sgt. York

      America must gather together first to protect and preserve freedom and our Constution,what is wanted by them outside of this is secondary. If communism,socialism or liberalism gains control,All Is Lost

  • xyz

    Nothing will change, we are doomed because we are retarded.

  • gawain

    I like the decentralized idea. Definitely would have a damper affect on the elite edict and would make it difficult for the all seeing eye crowd to kontrol (control).
    The office of the potus only exists to keep the puppets dancing to the gold collar scum tune of continous wars, gmo(monsaintino and others),vaccines,education(brain washing and dumbing the kiddies), chemtrails, taxes, usury etc.
    Voting electronically scares me – there would have to be some way of making sure that a vote cast is avote counted.
    possible solution : The end user would have to create a unique login (8characters?) then the votes would all have to be made public on a certain site designed for just that. This way the voter could find his login and make sure his vote is the same way he voted which would be verified by some sort of send back to some generic email which he would have to login and (probably) want to print and delete. This way you would have a time stamp from the original vote and could prove your vote w/ the receipt.
    SelfGovern – do unto others as you would have them do unto you – Jesus Crist the only perfect man to walk the earth.

    BTW: Dale R – drop the republican bashing – both parties have done nothing for the country and currently government is the worst investment I have ever been swindled out of.

    • alm3texas

      CORRECT. Both soooo guilty!

    • Brett

      Yep. No such thing as honest government. Anyone who thinks their vote is counting for something better needs help. ANYONE who gets to the high office has already had the path paved for them and knows the agenda. Everything else is pure theater, a show, to give the false impression that a fair democracy exists. Looking at the current US election from where I am is the best show they have put on yet I think. Which means we have far worse conditions to come. But hey, they might give us a cure for cancer (already exists) very soon just to make everyone feel warm and fuzzy inside; oh goodness what a wonderful world we live in! 😉

  • MG

    Ya know, things were so much better 30, 40 years ago…a new system??? what was wrong with the older one??? A new president….that really never made a difference on a local level until obama came in….now things are sh*t and believe it or not, it’s really his fault…no, scratch that, it’s people’s fault for not stopping him, and every other so-called authority from making changes to the old ways that actually worked. So.,,..new system, no…new prez,…NO! A new people…YES! There are some people here, that just really don’t belong here- they are not the backbone of society anymore.

    • reagangs

      It basically started with radical activist like Cloward and Piven, Sal Alinsky, Bill Ayers and his Weather Underground radicals, and of coarse the commie led riots of the 1960s. I was raised in the late 1940s, 1950s and early 1960s by America’s Greatest Generation. Too bad it had to change for the worst.

  • Ben

    “We’ve been abused enough. It’s time for a real revolution.”

    Agreed with the article, author’s pov up to that point. At that point I began to
    consider if the author may be a agent provocateur. Anyone keen enough knows we do not want all this crap again.

    If we revolt, we will undeniably return to this same exact point. Revolution’s root basis is the word revolve, which means to go round in a circle. Ergo, we’ll come back here again.

    We need an evolution of thought, an evolution of our maturity. We need to go forward instead of being bound past mistakes. The myth of scarcity which the whole idea of capitalism is founded, is blatantly false and a past mistake given consent.

    In continuing to go round and round, repeating our mistakes we as a species cannot grow. Perhaps, we have grown all we could? Wonder if those who believe human beings represent and are the potentiality of divinity would agree.

    If it is being stated we have grown all we’re able, who is stating it and by what
    authority? What are they comparing the growth of the human species against? Who told them to use that as a basis? Why?

    The questions above are rhetorical and only meant to offer food for thought. My point is I think we ought to continue growing, living, thriving and moving forward instead of being bound and dying. Anyone suggesting revolution is also trapped in mistakes, or simply attempting to incite violence. Another rhetorical question, wonder to what ends?

  • reagangs

    The new American experiment lasted longer than most tyranny’s. There were several presidents along the way that began and finished our demise by expanding the federal bureaucracy. Andrew Jackson, Abe Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, FDR, LBJ, Bill “Slick Willy” Clinton, and BHO. All were self professed Progressives or modern day Liberals. In the 1880s, when the European elites took over our universities in the name of Karl Marx, began our down fall. The commie led riots and protest of the 1960s and 1970s engendered the weak minds of the young and rich idle. Remember “Hanoi” Jane Fonda and her side kick John Kerry and others ??? LBJs Great Society enacted dozens of expensive welfare programs that are still plaguing our country, today. With BHO, there appears to be no end to our public debt.

  • Brett

    Very interesting! I have been thinking about this for some time and have been openly defending Mr Putin on several occasions

  • Brett

    Gee, friend you have done your homework! And, it all makes perfectly good sense. Well done!

    • A guy from Ukraine

      It does make sense because it’s true. Those who know true hystory can’t be deceived by Corporate Propaganda playing with facts but always failing to tell the whole story. In my opinion, what makes Russia truly different from the rest of the world now is the number or percentage of people enlightened as to what is going on and true intentions of those behind the so-called Color Revolutions. Watching live the Maydan de-coup in Ukraine and the subsequent brutal suppression of any pro-russian sentiments within Ukraine they have been strongly inoculated against any “revolutions”. Many of those living in Ukraine are still under the spells of relentless MSM anti-russian hysteria but the spells are slowly dissipating as common sense prevails and the disastrous ramifications of the breakup of economic ties with Russia kick in. Don’t fall a victim to any anti-russian propoganda as I did 2 years ago. As Putin once said, Russia doesn’t need any more land or resourses as she can barely manage the territories already at her disposal. Russia is the only country on Earth fully self-sufficient and capable of living independanly of the rest of the world (which it did when Cherchil inforced the “Iron Curtain” in 1949 following Stalin’s refusal to join the vampire Bretton-Woods monetary system imposing Dollar as the only reserve currency.) THat’s the reason why the banking cabal will NEVER stop trying to destroy Russia by splitting it into smaller quasi-independant states and taking over its resourses. That’s the reason why Russia is FORCED to fight back. Good luck, friend! And stay vigilant!

      • Brett

        Thanks, Brother. I get really pissed off when they start talking about Russia and Putin as the bad guys on the local news. Had my fair share of arguments too! People just dont get it and they ALWAYS fail to ask the relevant questions. Has anyone ever asked where ISIS are getting their hardware from? NO! I mean seriously the images of isis travelling across the desert in a brand new fleet of Toyota Landcruisers with panning helicopter footage was laughable. It looked like a Toyota commercial! Weapons and ammo? Take out the suppliers and you take out isis or what ever they are calling them this week. Come on Russia lets not waste too much time before they regroup!

  • l penn

    It

  • Brett

    Ok friend i will search for it. Btw, im Australian lol! I keep my ear to the ground from here though. My country is well entrenched with USA way of doing things thats for sure. We do everything they ask and im well over it too!!!

  • Scott

    Consciousness moves matter, systems describe observable causal chains but there are so many….

    Consciousness also begs the question of what it is. There is no academic clue. It is closely related to life, another mystery to academia. ….

  • Fred Marc Ruiz

    It’s fun to entertain the thought excercise of what could be. I am devoted to the US Constitution as providing the greatest foundation on which to build a government ever created…but let us not assume it is the greatest that can ever yet be created. The collision of technology and human awareness could be directed toward evolving a society in which the individual is truly sovereign, where money is a pure medium of exchange, where local communities of free people live in balance and where taxation is always a choice. We are not there yet, but it is at least conceivable at this point in history. I keep praying for and imagining a world where central government is a curious and quaint idea of yesteryear (like a medieval castle) and aware individuals work in cooperation to innovate and produce prosperity. Maybe 100 years or so.

  • Matthew Goldsmith

    Donald Trump supporters make me wary of direct democracy, via say the internet as they in my eyes, are not intelligent enough to be able to vote on issues

    • Matthew Goldsmith

      In fact they even make me wary of the Democracy we have now

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