- Apr 9, 2008
- build up the nation
I can agree that legitimacy and sovereignty are incorporeal.
Who are the people? The general populous?
The general populous is not "the People" styled within the U.S. Constitution. Do you agree with me on this point?
There are Supreme Court cases supporting the assertion above.
Sovereignty can run on might and awfully long time.
Just look at the Roman Empire and the Kingdom of England.
Do you agree that sovereignty and legitimacy are legal terms and not common vulgar terms?
I do like the Sun Tzu reference. Governments have a distinct martial character. This is reflected through their private armies whether militaries, militias, or police departments.
Yes, and do you recall exactly how Rome met its demise?? The same way That America and England will just watch unfortunately it wont be long if we continue to ignore the constitution and allow anti-american politicians continue to whore around with Globalists and banksters. Our laws dont mean anything to them hince this quote from Rothschild
'Give me control over a nations currency and I care not who makes its laws'
Its nice to study law, (I did in undergrad I also majored in Poli Sci and minored in black history)but none of that means anything when you have people in control that made them for you to follow and them to break.
Back to the voting issue which ties greatly into this clip from Michael Moore's: Capitalism A love Story
and back to my original point. The vote is the only thing that supposedly in general can be the power of the people (outside of Revolution ofcourse) which can (allegedly) demand equal sharing and having a say in what goes on...well Michael Moore did it best so here it is