Monday, 9 January 2017

Seize The Day

How could any American, brimmed so full of easy education as they are in this day and age, and with such easy access to information, literally at our fingertips, with a mouse and the Internet, have fallen for such a big con job as not recognizing the ineligibility of a man for the office of the presidency of their country.  What does it take to check out the meaning of the term, a 'natural born' citizen, to the constitutional Framers?:

a click of a mouse.*

And to understand that that eligibility requirement for that particular office STILL STANDS, absent a constitutional amendment to the contrary...

And now here you, and we, are, being led to the brink of very war, by said charlatan, and his deep-state backers; all because you failed in your duty as a self-governing people, sovereigns in your own right in this country - not beholden to a professional class of politicians, or a king, or a governing oligarchy, or judges, or a prelate.  But beholden only to your personal responsibility, as said freemen and -women.  Unless you squandered your inheritance.

As.  You.  Have.

It's not too late to save the day for your country -  and the world, as an ensign unto the nations, for such governance, and responsibility, as 'spiritual beings having a human experience'.  But that window of opportunity is rapidly closing.

Seize the day.  Or regret it, until - at least - kingdom come.


* And there it is, big as day:

Natural born citizens are those born "in the country, of parents who are citizens..."  Which is what makes it natural, for heaven's sake.  No foreign loyalties or allegiances or influences.  Sole allegiance to the country of origin.  Which was the whole point of the exercise, on the part of the Framers, in putting that specific requirement in their contract for that particular office - whose occupant would as well, then, become the Commander in Chief of the nation's military forces.

This is not rocket science, people.

And there is plenty of historical evidence to confirm that this was, indeed, the definition of the term that the Framers were going by - and not by English Common Law; which talks about natural born SUBJECTS.  Which those men, meeting in that hot summer of 1787 in Philadelphia, were certainly no longer.  They were freemen - sovereigns in their own right - and damn proud of it, after having fought a long War of Independence to be able to call themselves such.  No; they were clearly going by American Common Law, or Natural Law.  But to continue.

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