Posted 1 year ago on April 23, 2014, 6:29 p.m. EST by ZenDogTroll
from South Burlington, VT
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We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
We the People . . .
. . . do ordain and establish . . .
We the People are the sovereign authority. Our forebears did establish the Constitution, and they did so to establish a more perfect union, and that union is and has for some considerable time been thrust into a state of continual siege.
Our elected officials and those whom they have appointed, no more than regents acting on our behalf, have in many particular instances and as an overall whole, succumbed to the pressures of corporate usurpory of the People's prerogatives and authority.
This state of affairs cannot continue.
Our regents come before us and make the most outlandish of proclamations, insisting on the likes of corporate personhood - as if the corporation itself does indeed possess a tongue and thus must be permitted to heap extravagant sums - in silence and in secret - upon advertisers and media barons that the people may better hear their voice.
Our current state is not in dispute. Around the nation are heard the rumblings of effort to launch a Constitutional referendum in accord with the provisions of Article V. This would not be so were our current status today something other than that of extreme peril.
The blessed fruit of our forebears has become so corrupted by our inattention and the indiscretions posed by those who would usurp our authority that finally we must conclude and agree:
There Is No Alternative.
We must rise up, as monarchs.
We must rise up and confront as Kings this High Treason that has been done unto us. We must identify the individual members of that virtual parliament and treat them in accord with the law of their ancestry. They must be taken to the public square, where they may be drawn and quartered.
There are perhaps those who will insist that such an act is surely both cruel and unusual, and that it is therefore unConstitutional in accord with Amendement VIII. To that I would insist that while it may indeed be cruel, it is not at all unusual, and was in fact the law of the land in Britain for over 500 years. By that law men were punished in just this manner for just such crime. Men like Sir William Wallace and Guy Fawkes.
It must be remembered: despite the provisions contained in the Eighth Amendment, torture was in fact unapologetically recommended to the People as both necessary and indispensable, and indefinite detention remains the law of the land.
In this land. Our land. The land where We are King.
There Is No Alternative.
We must Rise Up.
Rise up like Monarchs.