“When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the Earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”
The Unanimous Declaration of Independence of the thirteen united States of America, July 4th, 1776
These powerful words written so long ago, still resonate deeply within the souls of Americans. Were they created by the minds of ordinary men, or were they divinely inspired? Perhaps both. But just as the meaning and inspiration held in many profound ancient texts have been misinterpreted or forgotten, the Declaration of Independence appears to have been lost in the sands of time.
In this case, the reasons are more than simply the natural evolution of a “civilization.” Through careful and purposeful orchestration, the people have been guided to follow an alternate system of government. But somehow, the words and meaning have not lost their impact, even now after their very basic tenets have been violated by the sprawling system of government that has overtaken the “rights” of the “people.”
Why a Republic vs. Democracy
The founding fathers of the united States of America, with their great declaration, intended for the existence of a Republic, a term most people today don’t even fully understand. You may have noticed that the letter “u” in “united” is not capitalized. This is done intentionally to point out that the original united States, were not a single corporate entity or “country.” Each of the States in the union was an independent sovereign country unto itself, with its people choosing to cooperate as one unified body with the other states to provide strength and stability. But the people of the modern day “United States” (uppercase “U”), have been led to believe that those original systems no longer exist, and that the United States is one “Nation” to which each “person” is obligated. But nothing could be further from the truth. In reality, each State still exists as an independent sovereign country, and what we all know as “The United States” (upper case “u”) actually only amounts to 68.3 square miles known as Washington DC, USA. If you are “domiciled” and a “resident” within those 68.3 miles, then you are a “citizen” of the United States of America. The rest of Americans are “domiciled’ in the state where they maintain their primary home. Therefore, those who do not legally claim to be “residents” or “citizens” of The United States, even if they are “domiciled” and were born within the 50 states, are not. It is your acceptance of this fictional legal label that places you under the legal “jurisdiction” and therefore ruler “ship” (Maritime Admiralty Law) of the United States.
While leaders tout the “Democratic” system of government, the people have been deceived into believing that this is a system of their own choosing that provides the most freedom, completely unaware that a Democratic system closely resembles an Oligarchical system of government.
In a Republic, the government gets its power from the people. In a Democracy, the government rules of its own free will, and in turn, gives its citizens limited “privileges” under which they may live. Democracies are therefore prone to “Corporate” rule as is clearly evident in the United States and most other countries in the world. In such a system, whoever has the most money and therefore power, rules the people. You can just imagine how many injustices can befall the people in such a system.
Not a Country, a Corporation
How do you know that the United States is not a Country, but a corporation? It’s so simple that it has been completely overlooked by most people; every corporation is required to have a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. Many also choose to have Dun & Bradstreet corporate numbers (DUNS). Independent states of the union do not have these titles by comparison, although they all are now also incorporated.
Citizens of the United States are also incorporated, hence the uppercase name on all legal documents designating your legal corporate fiction and the associated Cestui Que Vie Fund attaching a financial value on your body and issued at the time of obtaining a Birth Certificate. So what is the difference between a Democracy and a Republic? Primarily it is the legal system. A Democracy primarily follows “Statutory Law” whereas the original Republic of The united States followed “Common Law” or “Natural Law.” The following examples will better illustrate the vast differences.
Aided by statutory law, Monsanto, the Genetically Engineered Seed company, has gained a reputation for fraudulent lawsuits against small farmers in order to force the adoption of their patented GMO seeds, by claiming that these farms are responsible for seeds that contaminate their farmland from neighboring GMO “licensed” farms. Under the same legal system, the IRS can take away a family’s home for failure to pay taxes, which actually don’t in any way go toward the benefit of the people, but into the hands of a few who own the Federal Reserve Bank. Under this system, the government, instead of printing its own currency, has become a slave to the privately held Federal Reserve Bank which is anything but “Federal.” We live in a country where our leaders, who are responsible for wars, and the suffering of so many, experience unlimited wealth and freedom, while the rest of the people spend years in prison and are subject to fines for nonpayment of taxes or driving without a license. Is this how a free and enlightened society conducts itself? Is this the kind of world you want to live in, or to have your children grow up in?
Where Do We Go from Here
While on the surface it may seem as if all hope is lost, the world, and especially the united States, are in a time of revolutionary change. Never before in our current history, have so many breakthrough changes been apparent. Along with the breakthroughs in technology, health and consciousness, we are also seeing changes in the Nation’s legal system…a return to a better system of justice… a return to Common Law. In all 50 States of the union, there is a massive grassroots movement toward the reinstatement of Common Law. Already, New York, Florida, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey and New Hampshire have Common Law Grand Juries constituted in every county. In other States such as Michigan, where this writer is personally involved, the movement is rapidly making progress. An increasing number of county Sheriffs throughout the united States are also siding with this movement, providing for the necessary enforcement of the decisions of the newly established Common Law Grand Juries. This is the most promising and important thing happening in the world at this time. This single small idea stands a chance in changing everything for the better and will impact every facet of our lives within a very short time.
How Does Common Law Change the Way We Govern
Under a system of “Common Law,” the original foundation of the united States of America, every individual has “unalienable rights.” This is not the same as “civil rights” or “privileges” as is the case of the statutory law based Democratic system of government. Unalienable rights are not rights given to the “people” by government, but are given to them by their Creator. Therefore these are rights that cannot be granted or taken away by government or by “corporations.”
In such a system, a corporation such as Monsanto, cannot sue a farmer, because the rights of the farmer supersede those of a corporation, which has no rights over the “people.” In such a system, the IRS holds no power to take away someone’s home, because to do so would be to infringe on the rights of the individual. Under common law, the remedy for any breach of the law would be reflective of the law that was broken. And, individuals who do things that cause no harm to another individual would not be considered to have broken the law.
In some States, there are now laws against the collection of rainwater by homeowners and businesses. Some violators of this law have been forced to purchase rainwater rights from their government for the “privilege” of collecting water that falls on their own property. Under Common Law, such a limitation on the freedom of people would not exist simply at the whim of government, without concrete evidence that collecting rainwater on one’s own property harms another individual.
However, if one of our appointed leaders caused harm to others, the punishment would be reflective of the crime, and it is the people who would determine whether a law has been broken, as well as the appropriate and fair remedy.
Can you imagine a world that is governed by Common or Natural Law? Can you imagine a world where our leaders answer to the people who are in their care? Can you imagine a world where people, not corporate entities, determine the direction of our future? This is no longer a dream, but rapidly becoming a reality…Today.
Note: The words in this article have been deliberately put in quotes to encourage the reader to look them up in Black’s Law Dictionary 4th Edition to learn more about their true legal meaning. Later editions do not contain accurate or complete definitions.
Sources | YouTube
Interview with John Darash | National Liberty Alliance | The Return of Common Law
Interview with Kate of Gaia
Meet Your Strawman
Interview with Mel Ve | Freedom Central
The Power of the Grand Jury
Courts Afraid of Us Now & Lawful Bank
Common Law Lecture by Bill Thornton
Rainwater Collection Illegal | TV News
Sources | Articles
Rainwater Collection Illegal: http://www.naturalnews.com/029286_rainwater_collection_water.html#
Millions Against Monsanto: http://www.naturalnews.com/019789_Monsanto_Organic_Consumers_Association.html
Sources | Websites
National Liberty Alliance : http://www.nationallibertyalliance.org
British Constitution Group: http://www.thebcgroup.org.uk
Dun & Bradstreet: http://www.dnb.com
Cestui Que Vie Act 1666: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/aep/Cha2/18-19/11
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