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With our government’s declining to the point of being unwilling to protect individual rights, as a people, we are left exposed with no mechanism to defend our basic freedoms.
Who will defend us?
Is it time to organize among ourselves, so we can effectively secure our properties, our right of conscience and fundamental liberty for all?
If the time is not right now, then when will it be?
#SAD for a post that is 9 HOURS old
A very quick scan of the comments:
Neil Wampler commnents, replies and argues with others. He starts a lot of his comments with "Los Osos..."
Joshua Martinez Well, we have Trump in office now. He’s going to make America great again. He said he would..
Terri Linnell A lot of tpeople always ask me when are ‘they’ going to rise up and fix it. I would say that’s the number one problem. Everybody is expecting everyone else to fix it. Everybody is saying well if ‘We’ only had 10,000 people… Whereas I only need one. Me. It has to be one. Until each one of us can stand up on our own, nothing will be done.
We have talked about Kirk before. I usually don't go to his page or notice him in comments.
Last month, at the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, I laid out my vision for a future of which America can be proud. The United States has embarked on a program of national renewal—fueling economic growth through tax cuts and deregulation, fighting unfair trade, protecting individual freedoms, and standing up for sovereign borders. We call on other countries to pursue their own programs of national revitalization. The path to prosperity for each country begins at home—and when leaders of sovereign nations put the interests of their citizens first, our collective future will be brighter, our people will be happier, and our partnerships will be stronger. The United States prizes liberty, independence, and self-government above all, and the United Nations organization is stronger when leaders protect their own people, respect their neighbors, and honor the differences that make each country unique.
https://www.federalregister.gov/documen ... s-day-2019
<<<<<his link does not support his claim
Proclamation 9954 of October 23, 2019
United Nations Day, 2019
A Presidential Document by the Executive Office of the President on 10/28/2019
<big snip> signed by Trump - I didn't read the whole thing.>
another genius comments and posts a link to annavonreitz.com
Marty Hansen We must first learn what has happened before the republics could be restored. The Republics still exist, they are in abeyance, and simply need to be expressed by occupation. Move out of the de-facto corporate business model of the United States and into the de-jure body politic of The United States of America circa 1783. It is as simple as that if that is what's wanted. like moving from one house to another. This can be done even if all the members of the house don't wish to move, it would be akin to divorce. Both houses are contractual trusts, the former has presumed the position of supplier to the people of services they never asked for and have been tacitly accepted by the people though under false pretense, assuming authority over the people. The later is specific in its services being few none of which apply to the people, it has no authority over its creators. It is all legal fiction we must learn to deal with in any venue that presents itself, as creditors. Not the debtor, the role the de-facto authority would presume you to take. In this case we should collapse the trust, and foreclose. The latter contract specifically makes The United States of America the trustee, the grantors are the people, and beneficiaries the states. We as people owe the government no thing, it must derive its sustenance from the states. We have allowed the Empire to regulate our business under its rule of Admiralty, this rule was perfected with the constitutors of 1787, a pledge to the financial powers of the time. We are yet under the same rule of authority as we were pre 1776. The Crown is yet the presumed grantor, in trust of all tittle, through deed, and did not relinquish that authority. Read the treaty of Paris if you have any doubt. Anna explains it all fairly well in many words, and may have the solution you all are looking for. It is a legal solution that allows presumptions of law. http://annavonreitz.com