Jamie Lee, Contributor
Waking Times & Others
Dear Fellow Country Men, Women and Children,
We all have been lied to, deceived and mentally manipulated for over two centuries in this country. It is imperative that we all must learn, then educate others, the true meaning behind who and what the Federal government that rules us really is and why it was created.
Through using old Roman Latin in our court systems to enslaving the masses in perpetual debt servitude, they created artificial legal instruments, backed up by en-force, meant to keep us all enlsaved and ignorant as to the real owners of this country and their means of rulership.
The Declaration of Independence Trust document declares that we have a right to abolish a government that no longer serves our needs. It then goes on to say, in the very first paragraph of this first document, that we shall follow Earth’s Laws and Nature’s Ways because they did not want to be ruled by King, Church or Monarch any longer in the new country.
They, our Founding (legal term meaning Founding a Company) Fathers, learned from the Iroquois Nations that we should honor and follow the Natural and Cosmic laws of Father Sky and Mother Earth. We then honored these Native Indians by wiping out nearly 96% of the some 20 million by the end of the 19th century.
From the “Bombs bursting in Air” of our country’s national anthem, and since the early 19th century, we have been a nation of war and aggression where the bankers and wealth elite have prospered mightily.
Only through truly understanding how our country’s history and our legal system has been manipulated by the wealthy elite, for over a century, can we understand the forces behind the system of our ruler ship.
The 4th of July is acknowledged as the founding our country/company. We are a Cancer nation (feminine, environmental, magnetic) and also the first nation to declare equal rights and freedoms for all under the U.S. Constitution, yet declaring those rights on a paper contract and actually having the rights of freedom and equality for all has never occurred, by design.
Consider the following:
The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union was the first constitution of the United States. It was a Trust. It was drafted by the Second Continental Congress from mid-1776 through late-1777, and ratification by all 13 states was completed in early 1781. Under the Articles of Confederation, the central government’s power was kept quite limited. The Confederation Congress could make decisions, but lacked enforcement powers. Implementation of most decisions, including modifications to the Articles, required unanimous approval of all thirteen state legislatures.
Two parties soon developed, one in opposition, the Anti-federalists, and one in support, the Federalists, of the Constitution, and the Constitution was debated, criticized, and expounded clause by clause. Hamilton, Madison, and Jay, under the name of Publius, wrote a series of commentaries, now known as the Federalist Papers, in support of the new instrument of government; however, the primary aim of the essays was for ratification in the state of New York, at that time a hotbed of anti-federalism. These commentaries on the Constitution, written during the struggle for ratification, have been frequently cited by the Supreme Court as an authoritative contemporary interpretation of the meaning of its provisions. The closeness and bitterness of the struggle over ratification as a result of the conferring of additional powers on the central government can scarcely be exaggerated. In some states, ratification was effected only after a bitter struggle in the state convention itself. In every state, the Federalists proved more united, and only they coordinated action between different states, as the Anti-federalists were localized and did not attempt to reach out to other states.The Continental Congress – which still functioned at irregular intervals – passed a resolution on September 13, 1788, to put the new Constitution into operation with eleven states. North Carolina and Rhode Island ratified by May 1790. So our Constitution was really established in 1788.
The Constitution was so flawed it has required 27 Amendments since its inception
Once the U.S. Constitution was ratified in 1788, only 7% of “We the People” were allowed to vote. White, Male, Land Owning Puritans only need apply. it would take over 130 years before Native Indians, Blacks and Women were allowed to vote.
The United States Supreme Court held, in 2010, that the First Amendment prohibits the government from restricting political independent expenditures by corporations, associations, or labor unions basically meaning the money = free speech