Friday, 11 May 2012

IS THE USA A "DEMOCRACY" OR A "REPUBLIC" ??


First published on 11 October 2011.
This is a slightly fragmented video starting with an interview with a man named 'Aaron' I think he is, who had connections to the Rockefeller group. He states a number of things which definitely smack of The Priesthood.

Next up is a young guy protesting outside the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) who knows his stuff re: the privately owned company"The US Federal Reserve".  The Fed poses as an arm of the US government, but it is not. Most Americans haven't known this until very recently... part of the purpose of these protests no doubt, to increase the level of awareness in the US population. This young man talks about 'fiat currency', 'derivatives' (brought into being by NZ Prime Minister John Key when he played with the big boys on Wall Street earlier in his financial career) and tax payer paid bail-outs (public money) given to big private Corporations gone bust, such as Freddie Mac & Fanny Mae in 2008-09.*
* "On Oct 21, 2010 FHFA estimates revealed that the bailout of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae will likely cost taxpayers $224–360 billion in total, with over $150 billion already provided."  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fannie_Mae

Finally, there are a few short clips high-lighting how the word "Democracy" is regularly used in US politics... but the USA was never set up to be a Democracy this video states, which actually amounts to "rulership by The 1%", ie: The 1% is the Elite, the "money junkies".  A Republic consists of quite separate states, each State with their own laws and financial systems ~ not this combined 'One State' under one centralised government. This was never meant to be as set out by the Founding Fathers.

The mask that you see appear over the faces of the people in this video (super-imposed) is the mask of the "Anonymous" movement. I believe this movement arose organically when global 'computer hackers' got together and infiltrated various government organisations just to show how much power they can have. These hackers are are at the thin end of the wedge, prising open the "old boys club" and their 'inner sanctums'.  "Anonymous" turned up recently in the media as being in support of Julian Assange and his site, "WikiLeaks""Anonymous" are no doubt affiliated to the "Zeitgeist" movement also, which has been around for the last decade or so.

All of these very large, well-known groups are motivated by exactly the same thing that Anastasia the Siberian recluse is motivated by ~  exposing the cover-ups and leading people to the "Consciousness" of what this system actually is. Anastasia, in the Ringing Cedars of Russia books, calls this system "The Technocracy" and those who benefit from this system at the apex of this "pyramid scheme", she calls "The Priesthood".

People right now right at this moment !! are Waking Up !! from "The Illusion" and the soporific effects of the sleep that The Priesthood have had the common people in, for millennia...  We Are Indeed Waking Up !!!  Just as a quick reminder, today is the first day of the last 18-day period of the Mayan Calendar Ninth Wave.  It will be interesting to see how much of the "Illusion has Unravelled" by October 28 2011, ref: Johan Calleman.

It's interesting that the protest "Occupy Wall Street" which is in its 4th week right now, has led to numerous branch-off protests ~ "Occupy America".  The 'occupation' across the US builds to a crescendo on the weekend of 15-16 October 2011.  US protesters are joined in the "Occupy" movement by thousands of other people in cities all over the world.

It's all such fascinating stuff...  And we're living in it !!!  How privileged to be living at this time in history seeing all these veils of illusion being pulled down in front of our own eyes. The 'wave' that is upon us Socially will be larger than any "tsunami of rights" that the world has ever seen, I believe. Hold on tight folks...  the swell is building...


Uploaded by  on Oct 4, 2011
"We often hear the claim that our nation is a democracy. That wasn't the vision of the founders. They saw democracy as another form of tyranny. If we've become a democracy, I guarantee you that the founders would be deeply disappointed by our betrayal of their vision. The founders intended, and laid out the ground rules, for our nation to be a republic. The word "democracy" appears nowhere in the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution -- two most fundamental documents of our nation. Instead of a democracy, the Constitution's Article IV, Section 4, guarantees "to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government." Moreover, let's ask ourselves: Does our pledge of allegiance to the flag say to "the democracy for which it stands," or does it say to "the republic for which it stands"? Or do we sing "The Battle Hymn of the Democracy" or "The Battle Hymn of the Republic"? So what's the difference between republican and democratic forms of government? John Adams captured the essence of the difference when he said, "You have rights antecedent to all earthly governments; rights that cannot be repealed or restrained by human laws; rights derived from the Great Legislator of the Universe." Nothing in our Constitution suggests that government is a grantor of rights. Instead, government is a protector of rights. In recognition that it's Congress that poses the greatest threat to our liberties, the framers used negative phrases against Congress throughout the Constitution such as: shall not abridge, infringe, deny, disparage, and shall not be violated, nor be denied. In a republican form of government, there is rule of law. All citizens, including government officials, are accountable to the same laws. Government power is limited and decentralized through a system of checks and balances. Government intervenes in civil society to protect its citizens against force and fraud but does not intervene in the cases of peaceable, voluntary exchange. Contrast the framers' vision of a republic with that of a democracy. In a democracy, the majority rules either directly or through its elected representatives. As in a monarchy, the law is whatever the government determines it to be. Laws do not represent reason.They represent power. The restraint is upon the individual instead of government. Unlike that envisioned under a republican form of government, rights are seen as privileges and permissions that are granted by government and can be rescinded by government. How about a few quotations demonstrating the disdain our founders held for democracy? James Madison, Federalist Paper No. 10: In a pure democracy, "there is nothing to check the inducement to sacrifice the weaker party or the obnoxious individual." At the 1787 Constitutional Convention, Edmund Randolph said, " ... that in tracing these evils to their origin every man had found it in the turbulence and follies of democracy." John Adams said,"Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There was never a democracy yet that did not commit suicide." Chief Justice John Marshall observed, "Between a balanced republic and a democracy, the difference is like that between order and chaos." In a word or two, the founders knew that a democracy would lead to the same kind of tyranny the colonies suffered under King George III. The framers gave us a Constitution that is replete with undemocratic mechanisms. One that has come in for recent criticism and calls for its elimination is the Electoral College. In their wisdom, the framers gave us the Electoral College so that in presidential elections large, heavily populated states couldn't democratically run roughshod over small, sparsely populated states. Here's my question: Do Americans share the republican values laid out by our founders, and is it simply a matter of our being unschooled about the differences between a republic and a democracy? Or is it a matter of preference and we now want the kind of tyranny feared by the founders where Congress can do anything it can muster a majority vote to do? I fear it's the latter.
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