Freedom From Government

What Sovereignty IsEarth Insane Asylum, 12/25/10; Robert LeFevre: “If men are good, you don’t need government; if men are evil or ambivalent, you don’t dare have one.”; The whole point of government is that the few (the trillionaires) can control the many (all the rest of us). Government is fictional; contracted into out of ignorance. No government is pro-freedom. Freedom is always and only from government.

With the knowledge that international bankruptcies last 70 years, ten times as long as personal bankruptcies, one can understand the following:

Simplified Timeline of the U.S. Government:

1789, Republic: The Constitution secured the debt created by the Revolutionary War that the new government owed the King of England; the States were pledged as the sureties for the debt and the new American government lost its sovereignty after only seven years. The 1st Bankruptcy.

1859, Democracy: The States lost their sovereigny. The 14th Amendment didn’t really free the slaves; it created corporate citizenship (slavehood) for everybody, securing, once again, the debt. The 2nd Bankruptcy.

1929, Socialism: The people lost their sovereignty; and thenceforth could no longer hold legal title (only equitable title) to their property. The 3rd Bankruptcy.

1999, Corporate Fascism: The STATE now has the legal ability [NOTE: not necessarily lawful ability.] to control almost every aspect of a person’s life. The New World Order; the 4th and Last Bankruptcy.

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