Friday, January 07, 2005

Happy New Year?

I haven’t posted to this weblog since December for several reasons. One being that my original intent of this weblog was to issue a warning about what lies at the end of the road we are traveling. The other being that as the New Year came in, I have been having a hard time finding a reason to be happy about the things I see in store for 2005.

Now that we are approaching the end of the road, it doesn’t seem like sounding the alarm is going to do any body any good if they are not already prepared for what lies ahead. The day of judgment has already begun, if you haven't noticed.

After several days of being somewhat despondent, I saw a light at the end of the tunnel, only to come to the stark realization that the light I saw was that of a freight train, followed by thoughts of the inevitable consequences of being in its path.

One does not have to wander far from the desktop to see the drama unfold. As an example, and one that hits close to home for me, was this article in the Salt Lake Tribune:

New plan details how federal, state officials will respond to terror
"The [plan] helps to organize all of the federal agencies that would come in to assist us -
FEMA, the FBI.

Oh great! An illuminati owned – drug funded organization backed up by a bunch of incompetent three letter guys. I’m feeling much safer now!

Utah police and fire agencies will soon begin training and preparations to implement the National Response Plan, a prerequisite for the state's receiving homeland security funding and other federal dollars, said Salt Lake County Sheriff Aaron Kennard.

Here we have a fine example of unofficial government in action. Purported elected officials promoting debt bondage and tyranny by those who are supposed to be bound by oath and affirmation to protect and defend the constitution, but acting in violation of the law while selling the citizens of Utah down the road for a mess of pottage. This is a nightmare Utah…Wake up!

I am reminded of what the honorable Ezra Taft Benson said about such things here...

(12) I consider it a violation of the Constitution for the Federal Government to levy taxes for the support of state or local government; that no State or local government can accept funds from the Federal and remain independent in performing its functions, nor can the citizens exercise their rights of self-government under such conditions.

I’m wondering what our latest elected unofficial, Governor John Huntsman Jr., has to say about the National ID card.

Taxes forcing you out of your home?

Here’s something a lot of people can look forward to in 2005…..

Taxes Taxes Taxes everywhere, but not a buck left to spend! Anyone who is still breathing and coping with a medicated society and head games, knows that disposable income is falling faster than a sinking U.S. Dollar. [Article]

It kinda gives new meaning to what Thomas Jefferson said... "If the American people ever allow the banks to control issuance of their currency, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers occupied."

Itz comming!

It’s bad enough that your CONgress critters print bonds, sell them to a foreign corporation, and then pledge your property and your labor as collateral for interest on debt that can never be repaid; only to compound the problem by exporting the debt to foreign countries. Boy, are we ever going to pay for that one!!!

What are we going to do when those foreigners come collecting on the debt?

What we need to export is bushes - to Afghanistan, as Goodyear suggests, although I realize exporting our liabilities is sin. Call it a necessary evil, ok? Oh, and how do you fix a racketeering counterfeiting scheme? By your complicity in it?

And let’s not forget how well our militias can defend us, now that they have been illegally usurped and sent to fight undeclared wars in foreign countries…

The Dec. 20 memo, which was obtained by The Sun, says "current demands" in Iraq and Afghanistan put his command in "grave danger" of being unable to meet other potential Pentagon missions or help with domestic emergencies, and that the Army Reserve "is rapidly degenerating into a 'broken' force." [Link]

Constitutions? We don’t need no pesky constitutions in the New World Order!

And of course we can be thankful for our economic freedom?

Heavy sigh!

So who is it that is wreaking all this havoc?

It’s not the government of the united states of America. The USA doesn’t have a government! Somebody else is doing it.

How do we fix the problem?

Article 1, Section 10

What can we do about all these unofficials acting like government?

How about The Ultimate New Years Resolution?


No need to fire them, they’ve already fired themselves!

Oh, and just in case you are wondering if I have a new years resolution? You can take a look at it here.

No, I'm not suggesting that we form a band of rebels and rise up against the powers that be. Resistance is futile. But I am suggesting that we take the responsibility upon ourselves to restore our republic. It's time we wake up and realize that our government is unofficial, unconstitutional, illegal, and cannot be relied upon, trusted, or be taken seriously.

Nonetheless, I wish all a happy new year. My hope is that wherever you are in the world, you will be spared from any further tragedies which I personally believe will plague us in the coming months.

Ron Robinson
A Majority of One

We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizen may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force.
--Ayn Rand

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