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Democratic-Federal Franchise

Reposted from The Idaho Observer

March 2007 Idaho Observer

by Augustus Blackstone

“THIS INFORMATION HAS A DIRECT BEARING ON ALL OF THE ‘HOT’ PATRIOT ISSUES, SUCH AS THE NAME GAME, PRISONS FOR PROFIT SCAM, THE TRADING WITH THE ENEMY ACT, IRS/FEDERAL RESERVES ISSUES, ARTICLE VI OATH ISSUES, FRANCHISE TAXES, PROPERTY TAXES, TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT, THE COURT SYSTEMS, AND THE BAR ASSOCIATION.”

If one decides to sit down and read the U.S. Constitution and its first 10 amendments called “The Bill of Rights” at about 9 a.m., he will have them completed by 10 a.m. Simple and straightforward, this was the supreme law that united the several sovereign states into a cooperative union; the several states created the federal government and enumerated 18 specific and limited powers to “provide for the common defence and general welfare of the United States.” But something happened and the federal government has become more powerful than the people and the states respectively who created it. Though researchers investigating this political reversal are often in disagreement over details, they generally agree that the democratic federalization of the original Republican Form of Government has been in process since shortly after the Constitution for the United States of America was ratified in 1787.   [Some details regarding the significant events!]   As we continue to investigate what happened to the American nationals who comprised the sovereign states within which they resided as citizens, it is important that we keep in mind that the reversal has come through the artful use of words. Since our chattel enslavement has been accomplished through these words of art, we should endeavor to understand what they mean.

The Declaration of Independence of the united American colonies announced to all mankind that they “are, and of Right ought to be Free and Independent States” in perpetuity. Thus, they became a Union of free and independent (sovereign) republics.

The United States government, the state governments, the county governments and the local governments, as they are presently constituted, would more accurately be referred to as “the federal corporate franchise styled as “‘(STATE OF________, COUNTY OF__________, etc.).”

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