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Preface

Millions of us are worried about the United States declining and spiraling into a disaster.  Millions of us are frustrated about what to do and how to wake up the People. Our middle class is imploding, our Constitution is being ignored and our Rights and Liberties are being trampled. Meanwhile, the mega rich and their politicians and judges are laughing all the way to the bank. The pattern is consistent: we vote for politicians, “hope” they fulfill on their promises, then they betray us and we repeat the cycle.

We’ve all been told the U.S. Constitution is the world’s greatest system for governing. We’ve “believed” this ever since we were children and didn’t question who told us so.  If the Constitution really is so great, we wouldn’t have systemic poverty, an imploding middle class, deteriorating environment, eroding economy (currency, credit, incomes, jobs, and manufacturing), declining education, corporate healthcare, Social Security, and Medicare coupled with illegal military ventures, torture programs, spying, private corporate armies, uncontrolled borders, record corporate profits, record public debt, mortgage and credit meltdowns, a broken justice system and decimated Bill of Rights. These patterns prove the system is NOT working.  

Government statistics show that average household incomes declined over $1,175/yr while expenses increased over $4,600/yr from 2000-2007. The effect is a reversal of fortune of over $5,775/yr/household.  For 150 million households, the numbers add up to over $866 BILLION/year. Add TRILLIONS more lost to mortgage scams, declining home prices, etc., and we are being hit with a cosmic financial 2 by 4. Bankers have bribed the politicians to change the bankruptcy laws to put us in virtual debtors’ prisons (after many of us are broken by corporate healthcare). Lastly, total government debt and liabilities increased from $20 TRILLION to $53 TRILLION from 2000 to 2007 per “The Financial Report of the United States” (GAO). 

The simple TRUTH is that politicians and judges don’t care about “We the People”. They care about enabling banks and corporations to RIP us OFF. These patterns indicate that sociopaths are running our government.

We always try to solve our “systemic” problems by electing politicians, who then betray us, then foolishly expect judges to protect us.  Most of us never consider that the system is what needs to change. Instead, we keep changing politicians until we have a “déjà vu” and rediscover we’ve been duped and “fleeced” again. We keep doing the same thing over and over expecting different results. This is insanity on our part.

The good news is that “We the People” can have an epiphany.  We can discover a simple truth that will change how we think and set us free to change course. This truth is right under our noses, but we can’t see it until we take off our rose-colored glasses and stop drinking the “cool-aid”.

Anything is possible by changing how we think and function. Until then, nothing will ever change, especially with politicians, judges, and corporations. They are not our salvation. They are our problem. We are our salvation.  All we need to do is flip the switch inside our heads to “ON”, start using our brains, and inspire others to do the same. Our remedy is not complicated.  It’s actually incredibly simple.

We can amend our system to stop the predators and parasites from preying on us. We can do this through a simple truth that almost disappeared with our ancestors, but was fortunately preserved on paper. When enough of us rediscover it, we will instantly see exactly what to do to fix our system. Millions of us want to know the key to securing our Freedom, Peace and Safety… and it’s actually a “no-brainer”.

Get ready.  We’re all about to change how we think.

 

                                - Will of the People,    July 4, 2008

 

“I apprehend no danger to our country from a foreign foe… Our destruction will be from another quarter… the inattention of the people to the concerns of their government, from their carelessness and negligence, I must confess that I do apprehend some danger.  I fear that they may place too implicit a confidence in their public service, and fail properly to scrutinize their conduct; that in this way, they may be made the dupes of designing men, and become the instruments of their own undoing.  Make them intelligent, and they will be vigilant; give them the means of detecting the wrong, and they will APPLY the REMEDY.”- Daniel Webster  (1837)

 

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