Some think we have to crash the system. I think, from my appreciation of history, [crashing it] works for the establishment, not the people.
You bet crashing the system would work for the NWO members. As awful as government is, still it is a barrier for NWO activities, as difficult that dynamic might be to believe. Why government is a barrier is simple, the organizations and corporations of the NWO operate to laws, the productions from government saying what X can and cannot do. Because of this operation, this adherence, NWO members' intents manifest partially rather than in whole and to a degree lesser than they would without those laws.
Typing that sentence reminds me of what judge Andrew Napolitano said on Freedom Watch when talking about laws and an historical figure he quoted: Be careful about wishing laws be done away with immediately, because it is those laws that although they are detriment to society, they are impediments against those who could run roughshod over society, because there'd be no ability to corral those people. It's that classic case of those who create so much crap that they too are mired in it.
The constitution should be our guide. As long as people in government become how you are, freedom loving, the individual will win in every activity he does. The free American must get to the point of not only feeling no fear of government attacking him but indeed NOT be attacked by government for what he does and that if he does someone wrong, he and that person work out their problems with each other unless one of them calls upon the court to intervene. What's at heart is the nonaggression principle and that the government employ it, do it, thereby positioning itself as server to the people. What I mean by server is that it would be the arbiter of last resort when parties in conflict cannot come to resolution peacefully. This stance of the government, the defense stance, is the key to creating heaven on Earth at least where we are concerned, in the United States.
Also, Granger, ...they only use Roberts Rules of Order informally at meetings to formalize what they already had planned. That observation is sharp, keen. You, my friend, are aware and observant. You possess the ability to discern, that is, to recognize things for what they are: You see logic and illogic, I think probably because you allow things to be what they are rather apply your thoughts onto them. Keep up the fantastic work. I am proud of you, Ms. Grace, you free woman, you free human being.
School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me
Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.
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