The Next Civil War



The conditions for the next United States Civil War were created by the victors of the first United States Civil War, the corporate elite and their political agents. At issue are rights established with The Declaration Of Independence.



The Declaration Of Independence is truly a magnificent document much superior to the United States Constitution, a

severely flawed compromise in comparison that ultimately legalized the

corporate take-over of the United States Of America. The key phrase of The Declaration Of Independence is

“That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends,
it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it,

and to institute new Government”

These ends,” being, of course, “to secure these rights,” which are “endowed by their Creator,” making them “certain unalienable Rights, among these being Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” It was specifically stated

“That, Governments are instituted among Men,
deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”

The government established with respect to The Declaration Of Independence was terminated in 1861 when 11 states exercised their rights, declared their secession from the United States and formed the Confederate States of America, also known as “the Confederacy“. Both Buchanan’s outgoing administration and Lincoln’s incoming

administration rejected the legality of secession, considering it

rebellion.

Rebellion is only possible in the face of the arbitrary will of another person.

Slavery consists of being “subject to the incessant, uncertain, arbitrary will of another man.”

~ John Locke, Second Treatise of Civil Government

The rejection of the legality of secession was also the rejection of the legality of The Declaration Of Independence. The first Civil War was foremost a war to unite the states under a single government controlled by the corporate elite with the ending of slavery a political weapon used more to keep Great Britain out of it than any high and mighty purpose.

The African-American slaves were “freed” to live under the corporate controlled government instituted in defiance of The Declaration Of Independence. Previously, the United States government had existed De jure and since then it has existed De facto.

Without the freedom to exercise the Right to alter government or abolish it and institute a new one, everyone finds themselves to be “subject to the incessant, uncertain, arbitrary will of another man.” Without the freedom to exercise the Right to alter government or abolish it and institute a new one, everyone finds themselves to be a De facto slave.

The De facto government of The United States Of America passed laws legitimizing itself. The De facto government of The United States Of America has been on a global rampage ever since.

1867

Midway annexed

1890

Wounded Knee Massacre

United States Census Bureau announced the disappearance of a contiguous frontier line for the first time in United States history

1893

The Kingdom of Hawaii was under the rule of a sugar plantation cartel, which in 1887, with the full support of the United States Of America, instituted a constitution that eliminated the possibility of native Hawaiian self-government.

This constitution became known as the “Bayonet Constitution” because it was backed with the overt threat of military action, “gave

all Americans and Europeans, even non-citizens, the right to vote”

while denying it to the majority population.

The author of the Bayonet Constitution was attorney Lorrin Thurston, an agent of the sugar cartel. Thurston imposed himself

on the Hawaiian government as its interior minister then used that

position to plot the overthrow of the kingdom, which was consummated in

January 1893.

1898

Hawaii annexed

1899

After smashing the forces of Spain the United States of America annexed Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines. This meant fighting the Republic of the Philippines, a conflict that became a three-year-long counter-insurgency war.

1900

American Samoa annexed

1903

“Big Stick” diplomacy begins

U.S. instigated “uprising” separates Panama from Columbia and then Panama leases canal zone to U.S.

1917

U.S. declares war against Germany

Virgin Islands annexed

1941

U.S. declares war against Japan

1947

Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, captured from Japan, administered by U.S.

1948

NATO formed, the Cold War begins and the Bill of Rights severely compromised to combat the “Communist Menace”

1950

Korean War divides country and installs U.S. puppet government in power to this day

1954-1962

Congress terminates more than 60 Native American tribes as political units

1955-1975

Vietnam War divides country and installs U.S. puppet government

1959

Hawaii admitted as a state to escape international pressure to restore Hawaiian autonomy

1980

“War on Drugs” begins, erodes Bill of Rights, jails 1/5 of young African-American men and continues to this day

1991

Gulf War is first U.S. reduction of a regional power

2001

“War on Terror” begins, negates the Bill of Rights and continues to this day

invasion of Afghanistan

2003

invasion of Iraq

2008

Global financial crisis and recession as working people (producers) are forced to bail out corrupt bankers and their government enablers (expropriators)

There are many other examples and I invite you to list yours in the comments. The key elements remain the same in example after example as

resources are stolen, key individuals deceived and entire peoples are first economically debased and then killed off by introduced diseases, malnutrition, starvation and finally military action as a coup de grace.

“What’s happening in my country is also happening in your country…. You don’t even know it, but you’re the Indians of the 21st Century, and that’s very sad.”

~ Russell Means, Indian Activist and Facilitator of the newly created Independent Republic of Lakota

The pattern set by the post-1861 De facto United States government regarding its treatment of indigenous North American people was

  • repeated around the world by the United States government and continues to this day
  • studied and admired by Adolf Hitler who repeated the pattern in his treatment of Gypsies, Jews and intellectuals
  • repeated by Zionist Israelis in their treatment of the Palestinians

and is now being repeated upon the domestic population of the United States Of America.

So what is to be done?

You could quit. Quit being complicit to everything wrong that is going on.

Quit going along with it all. Simply stop helping it all happen, wherever you can.

Object to what is going on. Stop funding the system.

Stop working for psychopaths. Quit your jobs and go do something else to keep yourself alive.

Go do anything else. Just do not keep supporting the system.

Your life will become more challenging when you face up to your true responsibilities in life. Your life will also become immensely more satisfying.

“Each gesture of this sort, taken individually, seems as evanescent as a snowflake. But an avalanche begins as nothing more than a particularly large gathering of

individual snowflakes that somehow found their way to the high ground.”

- William Norman Grigg February 26, 2010

The Next Civil War will be between producers, those who work to earn their own way and prosper through their own efforts, and expropriators, those who survive by taking from others with governments as their agents.

You do not want to be in the middle of this!

Already many United States citizens view government administrations that enrich their business cronies at citizen expense not as opponents but as enemies. The escalation of entitlements is not sustainable and when it inevitably ends so will any remaining public support.

Until that time, productive people who take responsibility for their own lives and well-being are seeing the fruits of their labor taken from

them along with their independence, freedom and rights, endowed by their Creator, certain unalienable Rights, among these being Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

Being enmeshed in the system increases your risk of becoming a victim. Do not be a victim.

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