It's pretty basic stuff.1 You want to change the Constitution? Okay. There is a built-in and straightforward procedure for an amendment. Come up with a proposal to the appropriate committee of the House Representatives first. Get it through various stages clearly provided for. And there you are….
Oh. I get it. That's too cumbersome.2 That's too much like a real contract. You just want words to mean what you SAY they mean. And then everything will be all hunky-dory…
The amending process to the contract between the States and the new federal government was conceived the way it was - and still is - on purpose: that succeeding generations of Americans wouldn't change the Republic's 'rule of law' for light and transient reasons; the American Republic having been designed to last, like a well-built ship. (No throw-away, planned-obsolescence mentality behind this one.) But TPTB are defeated in their best-laid plans by that craftsmanlike degree of attention to detail on the part of the constitutional Framers. And being the arrogant, er, souls that they are - all puffed up with pride and power - they thought simply to ignore the Constitution, and move on, on their way to their vaunted New World Order.4
But - guess what. That designated, and desired, outcome isn't going to be all that simple, and easy, to pull off. Because people like me are standing in your way, boyos. Standing in the way of illegal assaults on the principle of 'essential liberty'. Standing in the way of your putsch for power (and unlimited power at that). So, our message to you:
Back off. Or face the consequences of your actions.
Which you will do anyway, regardless. Facing one another, in the denouement to the drama. So please, don't try to wriggle out of this stage of Justice To Be Served, by coming up with some cockamamie idea, like, say, 'waiving' the NBC requirement for the president's constitutional eligibility. It won't wash. It's too dirty. To say, more clearly: corrupt.
We've had enough of corruption.
It's time for the Light to cleanse all the dark places, in our psyches.
So that as many of us as possible can experience
Coming to a planet near You.
1 Sort of like Ernest Hemingway's recipe for fillet of lion: 'First, obtain your lion…'
2 not to mention not guaranteed.
3 'But the meanings of words change all the time, over periods of time." Well; yes. And?…What's your point, Humpy Dumpty?? Are we supposed to look at that hand, over there, not the one over here???…
4 Note that perps on both sides of the political aisle are involved in this act of subterfuge, trickery and treason. They each have their own reasons for getting rid of this 'natural born citizen' stumbling block; this "troublesome" law; as King Henry VIII characterized the legal 'block' of his day, Sir Thomas More, and his impeccable dedication to the law. For good reason.
Check out his quote regarding the wiping out of laws, in Robert Bolt's masterful play, and the film based on it, entitled A Man For All Seasons. The point: without laws, we are at the mercy of tyrants.*
Elementary stuff. I'm not sure why more Congresspersons, who have gone along with this charade, didn't cotton on to it. Unless they were made an offer they couldn't refuse. And/or were convinced that' they' had control of the MSM, and so the turncoat Congresspersons would be protected.
But all that will come out in the wash, in the end. For Truth WILL prevail.
And by the way, in terms of each side of the political aisle having a vision for a New World Order: You must understand that at the top of the pyramid of power, it is the same nest of vipers behind the whole scenario. And that will come out in the wash as well.
For this is Completion time. The end of the line, for the Dark forces.
Who have been helping to hone the forces of the Light.
* I'll make it easy for you. From Wikipedia, under 'A Man for All Seasons':
'Although it is the law that eventually forces More's execution, the play also makes several powerful statements in support of the rule of law. At one point More's future son-in-law, Roper, urges him to arrest Richard Rich, whose perjury will eventually lead to More's execution. More answers that Rich has broken no law, "And go he should if he were the Devil himself until he broke the law!" Roper is appalled at the idea of granting the Devil the benefit of law, but More is adamant.
"What would you do? Cut a great road through the law to get after the Devil? ... And when the last law was down, and the Devil turned round on you – where would you hide, Roper, the laws all being flat? This country is planted thick with laws from coast to coast, Man's laws, not God's, and if you cut them down -- and you're just the man to do it -- do you really think you could stand upright in the winds that would blow then? Yes, I give the Devil benefit of law, for my own safety's sake!"'