by Gunnery Sergeant John McClain, USMC, Retired
As we approach summer, so many considering vacation and schools let out, it is quite likely a good many Sovereign Citizens will be far more focused on issues of personal interest and impact, than on the coming election.
This is an election as no other, and in truth, it should be foremost on all Citizens minds, and the facts surrounding it should consume most of discussion, most of popular opinion, and should supercede any and all plans any of us have for this summer, but from the few odd letters I get, I know that it is the few who have been deeply and gravely concerned over our Nation’s future for years, who will be the only ones focusing on what will be done behind closed doors, politically, preparing the “Manchurian Candidate” to accomplish the needed changes to prepare for his next term.
The idea our Nation has been the focus of a constant, never ending work to infiltrate and substantially alter our Nation and our government sounds like the thoughts of “conspiracy nuts”, but how many have considered the real impact of our statement of founding principles, which run contrary to all that has been used before, as principle to establish a Nation?
Our Declaration established the morality of our breaking long held bonds, on the principle of broken trust, and broken natural laws. Americans naturally think we confronted England, the Empire in this, but few have noted our “establishing a beacon of freedom and of hope on a hill”, is only such to people who have been held down, abused on what we have told them are their Natural Rights, and it is equally a direct indictment of the Rulers of Nations.
To all those in power by force, we stated every other government in the world was illegitimate, and criminal in its makeup, and no other people were justly defended in their full rights, as natural born citizens, and their current status as “subjects of the State” was a specific crime committed against each and every person in the world not living in freedom, in wealth and power.
If I say we have long been infiltrated by communists, ongoing for over a hundred years, I become a “conspiracy theorist” or “nut” as some prefer, however, consider this: having told the whole world it is wrong, can there be any doubt that from the moment our National Creed, The Declaration, was published, it would be in direct conflict with all such governments which relied on an aristocratic class, and classified most of its population as belonging to the land, that we had established rights for common man against world standards?
With our Declaration so adamant in the natural equality of personhood, and in writing our Constitution establishing government on the basis of natural law to fulfill our Declaration, and in claiming the Natural Rights of All Sovereign Citizens, with this New Nation created on principle long established, and long ignored, do we not challenge and offend every other form of Nation?
If we were allowed to stand and go forward, can there be any doubt every effort would be made by then current Kings and other dictators, their authority and status at risk, to insert themselves into this new Nation, and do everything in their power to assure its ultimate failure? Was it not a dire necessity to ensure we did not endure, because the success of this Nation, as it was established, would be proof of the validity of those newly established principles?
Sheer logic should take us to the certainty our Nation has been under attack from its inception, to this very day, because just as “that beacon on the hill” provides comfort and hope for the down trodden class, for all those who labor for the benefit of others, is it not equally obvious, our continued existence was and remains a threat to every dictatorial form of rule?
With this idea being fruitful and beneficent to the vast multitudes who have always worked hard, and never before taken home a proper value, has proven out, from the very outset, we allowed each and every other Nation to watch the former colonies grow to become more powerful than the Empire we broke from in three decades. We ending up assuming the role that empire once occupied, but assuming it with a benevolent hand, making free market principles the new paradigm.
Today, we confront a government which calls its self our own, but which denies any of our Law over it. Half of America questions, rightfully, the provenance of an apparent illegal alien, elected without papers, and this government not only chooses not to inspect, but adamantly stands in the way of all who attempt to do so.
We confront a man who started his establishing the week he was announced as winning the election, not even waiting until he was sworn in, before beginning to install ministers and establish his way.
This man was a member of the American Communist Party from his first day in politics, being elected to state office as a member. His support as a candidate to that office, to the National Senate, has been substantially from the most radical of ideological enemies. As such, is he not proof positive of the extent and depth of our infiltration by communist activists?
We are given a choice, an opponent we are told, but he is one who has already done in the State he governed, much of what we so ardently oppose. We are soon to be told, “He is your candidate”, and at that point, we will be expected to choose between the incumbent, and the man who is presented as an opposite.
In the mean time, there is an actual opposite, yet he is unelectable because he is “a nut”. He has a foreign policy contrary to sixty years of foreign policy, but isn’t that how long ours has been owned and operated by the U.N.?
He stands on the premise, the Constitution is the law of the land, the government has no “rights”, but only such authority as we allow it to exercise, and he states his intent of putting government “under the law”, as our principles demand.
He states the government spending more than revenue coming in is morally wrong, and in full violation of the law, and has stated an intent to end the deficit spending, pay off the debt, and close down the vast expanses of government which have no authority to be, with no place within the Constitution, yet controlling vast aspects of our Nation.
We know he is true, because he has stood on these exact principles and intents for forty years. We don’t know if he can accomplish what he claims, not because of him, but because we don’t know if “We, The People”, are moral enough to support and back the restoration of our Republic, as our whole dogma of Americana says is our way and heritage.
We can elect him, and we can test and try his words. We can see if our Nation can be restored without resorting to a new Declaration, or if “The People who are The Nation”, must take our own back with arms, by not only forcibly keeping him in the race, by failing to stand on the founding principles of our Nation, and not being the force he must have, to overcome our domestic enemies, in control of the central government, and determined to prevent our return to lawful government.
We could also elect the candidate of choice, chosen by those in this criminal government, those who have controlled the process of candidacy, and denied Ron Paul his place for years, when it was important, but not a precipice we looked over, or we can re-elect the man who has been part and parcel to the dozens of criminal conspiracies which currently run, including the full blown invasion of Mexico, which by international law, was an act of war.
Our future nation will look exactly like what our decision now, before the summer begins, establishes as our intent for our future. Is it rational to hope for incremental restoration of sound government from the central foreign controlled government? Not ever. Is it possible for our Nation to survive as a Republic, electing a “party candidate”? Not unless “the party” suddenly decides restoring the republic is better than continuing to destroy it.
Can The People who are this Nation, accept our role in the world as a subject nation, with world government under the U.N., and with Islam waiting in the wings to assume control over the U.N. and world government?
We have a hard choice at the moment, because to accomplish change, we have to do something radical, something we haven’t seriously considered except in our history reading, as “fait accompli”, and long behind us. Almost everyone in the world has chosen to try to continue on the current path, and hope there is a turn further up, where it can turn for the better. They have never reached it. Dare we follow that example?
Copyright April 2012 by Gulf1