“Sprouting a Culture Where We the People Govern”

In my opinion, there is one hope for we the people of this world: millions upon millions of self-sustaining, self-governing small communities. And in order for this hope to ever come to fruition, the monsters we call government, and the elite powers behind them, must be eliminated:

A thank you to Dr. Bramhall, at The Most Revolutionary Act, for bringing this man and his message to our attention!

Note this speaker’s reference to the laws protecting corporate rights going all the way back to the 1870s. In 1871, The United States of America became “The Corporation of the United States”. This massive change in government structure had been covertly brought about by the U.S. and European banking-cartel (and the English crown and Vatican), the very banking monstrosity men like Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson and many others had spoken out and fought against. These same greed-driven bankers had been responsible for bringing about and financing the civil war, they had financed the north and the south: “All wars are bankers wars!”

The reason corporations were found to be people, and thus having the right to free speech (and other human rights), by the supreme court just recently, is due to the fact that the government itself is a corporation, as it has been for the last one-hundred and forty-four years.

Merica is an oligarchy-led fascist-state that is quickly becoming totalitarian:

Fascism: a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism.

Totalitarian state: a government that subordinates the individual to the state and strictly controls all aspects of life by coercive measures.

Oligarchy: a small group of people having control of a country, organization, or institution.

6 thoughts on ““Sprouting a Culture Where We the People Govern”

  1. It’s pretty amazing. And it shows that even cities in this country are awake and aware of the tyranny, and are starting to take action, as self-sustaining, self-governing communities. And this is happening in my state as well, Ohio. And I was totally unaware.

    This should be a real encouragement to both of us, since this shows that getting the truth out there, even with a small following like mine, can have some affect on the people, as well as effecting their actions!

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  2. What surprised me the most was that the community democracy movement started in conservative Pennsylvania towns that were trying to ban factory hog farms and toxic sludge.


  3. I was surprised by this also. If it had begun in Colorado, Oregon or in the northeast, I wouldn’t have been surprised at all.

    But it’s great, no matter where it started!

    Thanks again, Dr B!


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