Sunday, November 2, 2014

The Future American Republic

Today during the early-morning twilight between sleep and waking consciousness, through the direction of mental forces greater than my conscious ability to muster, I received an epiphany that moved me several planes higher in universal consciousness.  I cannot at this juncture share the full context of that revelation, but I can at least say this. 

All governments on planet earth are illicit and must be overturned for the betterment of mankind.

In fact, the very idea of "government" as currently conceived by most individuals on this planet, is wrong, and against the intrinsic nature of man.  The American republic, as first conceived and implemented by our forefathers, came closest (in modern earth's history), to approximating an ideal solution,  but it has so far mutated in its never-ending mission-creep as to be unrecognizable to our founders.

Our original republic was (as per our constitution) free from income taxes, and we survived by trade tariffs for the first 150 years of our nation.  That is as it should be.  All income tax is illicit, and therefore, illegal.  One only need look at the growth of central government and the consequential loss of liberty to realize that the citizens of our republic have been hoodwinked, duped, and robbed repeatedly since its inception.  Moreover, the ability to wage wars and kill our fellow individuals on the planet has  greatly increased with higher taxes on both individuals and corporations. 

Our current model is all wrong and must be changed.

In fact, the whole idea of "governing" individuals by force and threat of force and imprisonment is an illogical, misconceived ideology.  We do not need forceful governance, but instead, need a "coordinating cooperative" that serves individuals more befitting to their needs, and which provides for the common defense in less invasive ways that prevent foreign aggression by our military.

Everything has gone awry from what our forefathers had intended, and there is no solution in sight, unless we redefine the best purpose and methodology of the systems that were designed to serve us, (not to imprison us, persecute us as individuals, and extort money from us as slave laborers who must work a third of every year just to pay taxes that have been illegally levied upon us).

Remember, that our republic was based upon the god-given rights of individuals to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, and then reflect upon the system that we have inherited.  It is not the republic demanded by our Constitution.

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