Saturday, April 08, 2017

Usurpation

Why have the courts and the president stolen powers? Because the people are brain-washed into believing the courts have great power. That the courts have the final say. But if one understands certain simple facts, one understands that the courts DO NOT have the final say, that the courts cannot legitimately interpret the Constitution. The Constitution was created by the people through our representative states. Thus the People are superior, are the Creator, of the Constitution. The Constitution is then the Creator of the government, all branches. The created, that is the branches of government, are subordinate to the Constitution, it is the rules, the laws that control the government. How then is it that the subordinate can decide or define the extent of the superior? How is it that the government created BY THE PEOPLE is authorized to decide what its own limits are, what the legal document that creates it does or does not say? The only way the created overpowers the Creator is through lies and corruption. The supreme court is not endowed with the legitimate authority to interpret or decide what the Constitution means. It cannot be because then the court would be superior to the Constitution that created it. We have been lied to and power has been stolen by these evil, corrupt judges who do not know their place. Blackstone covered it but folks today are too ignorant to study Blackstone and understand the position of government relative to the individual in a government derived through natural law. Blackstone: For whenever a question arises between the society at large and any magistrate vested with powers originally delegated by that society, it must be decided by the voice of the society itself: there is not upon earth any other tribunal to resort to. Sir William Blackstone, Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England, Book I, Chp3, pg.205/6 The same goes with the liars and cheats who express the unitary executive theory and try to claim that the powers granted in the Constitution for the President are only examples. The powers granted in the Constitution are the sum total of all power granted. If it is not written it is not granted. No implied. No inherent. Tenth amendment. The President has 10 powers. His position is more akin to being head butler than anything else. All the other powers the President exercises have been usurped because the People are not educated about our system of government and the extreme limitations that were placed on the federal government by the Constitution. This subversion began with the 1st Congress and has continued every since. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

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