Un-founding the U.S.A., setting the trap

by Dahni

© Copyright 1/28/10

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HOW can WE the People regain control of Our right to “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness?WE have been delving into what won’t work in order to find what will work. So far:

The List (simplified)

1.   Overthrow the government by a military coup or para-military militias?

2.   The 9/12 Project?

3.   Challenge ‘The Commerce Clause’? This is where WE are

WE are still dealing with challenging the Commerce Clause. Before the series concludes, WE must first understand ten years in OUR history, when history was re-written.

Today – Un-founding the U.S.A., setting the trap

Setting the Trap

Following Lee’s surrender in 1865, functions of the government needed to be restored and to seat or re-seat into Congress, the members of its body from those states once a part of the Confederacy. The appearance of business as usual in Congress supposedly engaged in doing the peoples’ business continued. However, since Congress adjourned without a day and were compelled by the president to reconvene, there has never been since, a legitimate legislative branch of government. One of the first acts of Congress was to amend the Constitution. All amendments from the 13th – 27th have all not only been passed by illegitimate Congresses, ratified by acquiescing non-sovereign and non-component commonwealth states, the have all been wholly unconstitutional, despite their intentions or affects.

One of these amendments, the first following the conflict of the states was the 13th amendment. This amendment made slavery and involuntary servitude illegal unless as a punishment to individuals convicted of a crime. Cool, slaves are freed right? But there should have never been slaves in the first place as, “all men (and women) are created equal…” But WOW, this really sounds great right? Wrong! Read the amendment!! Here is part of it:

“[Slavery ect.] shall [not] exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.”

AMENDMENT XIII Passed by Congress January 31, 1865. Ratified December 6, 1865.

The key words above in red are: subject to their jurisdictionOn the surface, what appears to be the most important aspect of this amendment is freeing the slaves, but the emphasis is on the jurisdiction of enforcing this amendment.

More Bait

According to the original Constitution, citizens of the states were defined as seen in:

Article IV Section 2.

“The Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all Privileges and

Immunities of Citizens in the several States.”

WE the People were each citizens of our perspective state and given the privileges and immunities of Citizens in the several States. WE were not given liberty, for that is part of what WE the People already had and have, but privileges were extended to each individual among the “several states.” WE the People can visit and move to and reside in any state WE choose. But in 1866, Congress passed and the states ratified in1868, another amendment to the Constitution.

Section 1.

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

AMENDMENT XIV Passed by Congress June 13, 1866. Ratified July 9, 1868.

WOW, doesn’t this sound great? WE are not just citizens of our individual state, WE are citizens of the United States. We’re really covered and protected now right? Wrong! This amendment defines a new class of citizenship and this citizenship is under the jurisdiction of the United States.

Even More Bait

Section 1.

“The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude—“


Passed by Congress February 26, 1869. Ratified February 3, 1870.

Isn’t this special? Now every race and color or those previously under forced servitude, could vote as citizens of the United States. (see amendment 14 above). Again, the emphasis here is on citizens of the United States!

Sorry ladies and those 18 years of age, you would have to wait until the 20th century to be considered citizens, persons or people of the United States and get to vote.

So from 1861-1863 the trap was constructed.

From 1863-1870, the bait was set. By the way, WE the People were and are the bait, just in case you did not get that already.

The trap just needed to be sprung.

If WE the People are the bait, what was this trap constructed for? What is its purpose? What is its intention? What was it constructed for, baited for and designed to capture? The simple answer is power and control. Power and control over what? Everything WE the People have, would ever have and that includes our children’s, children’s children in perpetuity or forever. Who would control this? The United States would control WE the people. Excuse me, isn’t this the exact opposite of what the original Constitution said and meant? Yes! Our inalienable rights among these – Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness make US WE the People that grant limited powers to the government, OF the People, By the People and For the People. Government is OUR servant, WE do NOT serve the government!

The trap has been constructed and baited. All that remains is, for it to be sprung. It was!

Next Time –  ‘Un-founding the U.S.A., springing the trap

Check out the other blogs listed to the right. Come often. Bring others. Get involved. Do something. Even if it is just leaving a comment, that’s doing something. But don’t bother in telling me how stupid I am, this won’t work or that you hate my guts and things like that. Been there, done that and heard that all before and then some. Be original. Be different.

Ask not what your country can do for you

or what you can do for your country,

but what can WE do for each other!”

1 of WE,


An Amer-I-Can eagle

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