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|Posted: Mon Jun 3rd, 2019 02:03 am||
|"But let us not forget that violence does not live alone and is not capable of living alone: it is necessarily interwoven with falsehood. Between them lies the most intimate, the deepest of natural bonds. Violence finds its only refuge in falsehood, falsehood its only support in violence. Any man who has once acclaimed violence as his METHOD must inexorably choose falsehood as his PRINCIPLE. At its birth violence acts openly and even with pride. But no sooner does it become strong, firmly established, than it senses the rarefaction of the air around it and it cannot continue to exist without descending into a fog of lies, clothing them in sweet talk. It does not always, not necessarily, openly throttle the throat, more often it demands from its subjects only an oath of allegiance to falsehood, only complicity in falsehood."
Nobel Lecture in Literature 1970
"Yes, the clauses and their genesis are often dry but the debate and posturing at the convention are rich with instruction showing us how we got the final document."
The document (assumed to be the so-called Constitution of 1789) is a documented crime scene.
The perpetrators knew that they were counterfeiting lawful government. For those who are ignorant, a lawful government is based upon Mathew 7:12, also known as The Golden Rule.
Those who are ignorant are those who are ripe for exploitation. Those who are ignorant are ripe for corruption.
The perpetrators who got rid of a Federation of free people in free states documented their crime on the official record for all to see. All who care to see will see, while all who wish to remain ignorant will get their wish, by the employment of their power of will.
"Mr. E. Gerry. Does not rise to speak to the merits of the question before the Committee but to the mode.
A distinction has been made between a federal and national government. We ought not to determine that there is this distinction for if we do, it is questionable not only whether this convention can propose an government totally different or whether Congress itself would have a right to pass such a resolution as that before the house. The commission from Massachusets empowers the deputies to proceed agreeably to the recommendation of Congress. This the foundation of the convention. If we have a right to pass this resolution we have a right to annihilate the confederation."
Papers of Dr. James McHenry on the Federal Convention in Philadelphia, 14 May, 1787.
Those who wish to get their acceptance into the Cult of Might Makes Right have to swear an oath to falsehood in order to get that acceptance into that cult.
This is - by the way - not news.
This is - for your information - verifiable knowledge offered by those who have documented their individual testaments of the facts that matter concerning our temporal salvation as a living species. Ignore at the peril of posterity, as you wish.