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Early Morning Thoughts, February 25, 2020

Should We Amend the Constitution, or Not?

Apparently there is a fairly covert but intense multi-state effort to have an Article V convention (A5C) in order to change the Constitution.  Yes, while we are distracted and/or just sleeping, someone is wanting to change the rules of the road for American government.  Gee, who would want that done – the great destroyers, perhaps?

For those of you who may not be familiar with an article five convention, be aware that Article V of the U.S. Constitution gives states the power to call a Convention of States to propose amendments to the Constitution. In 2020, it takes 34 states to call the convention and 38 to ratify any amendments that are proposed.

The full text of Article V reads:

“The Congress, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose amendments to this Constitution, or, on the application of the legislatures of two thirds of the several states, shall call a convention for proposing amendments, which, in either case, shall be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of this Constitution, when ratified by the legislatures of three fourths of the several states, or by conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one or the other mode of ratification may be proposed by the Congress; provided that no amendment which may be made prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and eight shall in any manner affect the first and fourth clauses in the ninth section of the first article; and that no state, without its consent, shall be deprived of its equal suffrage in the Senate.”

There are two opposing views on this subject.  The first is that the existing ‘Constitution for the united States’ is not doing its job and must be fixed (i.e. changed).  The second is that the Constitution does a fine job and we should just enforce it as is.  In other words, make no changes and simply leave the Constitution the hell alone.

On a personal level, I would have preferred the country (i.e. original confederation of sovereign states) remained under the Articles of Confederation, but the 18th century colonial elites preferred the ‘soon to be evil’ 3-branch government form as now defined in the Constitution, so here we are in 2020 with an honored and historical legal document that no one in government (I’m being harsh here) abides by anymore.  And, from the people’s perspective in 2020, the Constitution, including, and especially the Bill of Rights, is a dead document.  Is this a tragic situation?  In my opinion, yes.

For me, this whole situation presents a huge personal dilemma.  Do we try and change a document that I personally don’t care for all that much, and do we allow the same crime lord miscreants inside government that are ignoring the rules imposed on them by the Constitution, to change it the way THEY want it changed, or do we forbid the miscreants from making any changes?  That is my question.

On the ‘don’t change anything’ team we have people like Publius Huldah, a retired attorney, doing her best to have the states leave things alone.  Her blog is here:  I like Publius Huldah a lot, and believe her efforts are quite sincere and well founded.  In fact, in an effort to help maintain some semblance of order in this country, she is traveling to the states which are trying to change the Constitution, and opposing their efforts to change the Constitution.  A good woman, for certain.

From my own observation and perspective, the people controlling the states and the federal government are foreign aliens, many (if not most) of which, have dual passports and dedicated allegiance to a specific military regime that presently occupies the country of Palestine.  Do I trust these people who view me as Goyim and who have a dedicated effort to lie to me as much as possible?  Surely, you jest.  I have no trust in any of them, so why would I ever trust these same criminals to make changes to our American government.  I want all dual nationals (people with more than one passport) removed from our government, and strongly condemn the SCOTUS opinion that allegedly allows this religious sect to infest the federal government.  These people are our enemies.  I want them all gone.

Is the Constitution the ‘end-all’ of constitutions?  Yes, and no.  It is better than many, if not most other actual constitutions.  Does the existing Constitution need some teeth?  Definitely.  In the past, I have suggested that people consider the suggested 28th amendment as a starter to amending the original Constitution.  See:  I think there are some good ideas included in this suggested amendment.  Is this the end-all of amendments?  Hell no.  It’s a starter package, and it needs a lot of refining, but the ideas are basically good ones.  In my opinion.  Would the current shadow government and overt government plantation rulers ever let something like the 28th amendment be implemented?  Hell no.

So there we have a realistic dilemma.  The existing US plantation masters in and outside our state and federal governments, and who think we are merely cattle meant to be herded, robbed, imprisoned, and killed, will never allow changes like those suggested in the 28th amendment to happen.  After all, they are the rulers, so why should they ever allow the people to have a chance at having a fair and just government.

So, how do we fix government?  Can government ever be fixed?  As much as I am usually an agent of change, I don’t think that government can be fixed in any way to actually support the people, rather than forcefully and violently control the people.  That’s why I am an anarchist.  I want no masters, no slaves, and I want all adult relationships to be voluntary and between informed and conscious adults.

If a country like ours, with separate sovereign states included, is going to have a single central government, Comrade, (ugh…), I want only single American dedicated residents over the age of 45 be allowed to vote for anything.  Dual nationals cannot be allowed to vote in any elections.  I want our corrupt election systems fixed and have all elections open and public, using only paper ballots that can be archived for a minimum of ten years.  No electronic voting systems allowed.  Ever.  I don’t want election results to be officially posted for ten days after an election.  Screw this ‘same-day’ results madness.  Serious elections need serious time in which to designate election results.

In summary, I want control of people’s lives returned to the people.  I hate this ‘government controls everything’ communist system.  And yes, I know that communism is a Talmud construct.  We are humans, not cattle, and we need to either abandon the idea of big government or we need to create and control any and all government that ever exists.  Right now we have the worst of all worlds, and that needs to change.  Big government, big banks, big business, and big military, are always the source of big problems for the people.  Small is wonderful.

And then there is this problem to solve.

“There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters”  ―  Daniel Webster

Screw all that.  If we are to survive the current eugenicist government system in America, we need to think about dissolving big government’s controls over us, not allowing the big government rulers to make changes to the rules of governance.  My vote is for no amendments to the Constitution unless we ‘the actual people’ create the actual changes.  Screw the ruling elites.  No one likes them anyway.  😉

What say you?



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