Part One of 'Two Choices: STUCK or LIBERATED'
Is modern civilization 'STUCK'?
Can a Constitutional Republic
recover from corporatocracy
with a new 'Common Sense'?
Would you agree that 'We the People'
need to wise up and rise up to thrive?
In the infamous 2010 ‘Citizens United’ case,
doctrinaire corporatists gave the power of
"personhood" to a new corporatocracy.
Justice Stevens, in dissent, was compelled to state the obvious:
no beliefs, no feelings, no thoughts, no desires.
Corporations help structure and facilitate the activities of human beings, to be sure,
and their 'personhood' often serves as a useful legal fiction. But they are not themselves
members of 'We the People' by whom and for whom our Constitution was established."
that puts their stockholders before the public
when profits are at stake. See Corporate Law.
Democracy is the soft-core Power of Love.
A Constitutional Republic has wisdom
to know the important difference.
You may have noticed the national trend whereby science and public service locally takes a back seat to big money politics nationally. Here in Montana, we've seen the same process playing out with big drama over State Rights and medical marijuana.
Montana has a strong State Constitution that forbids corporate money interfering with State governance. This Constitution was forged in response to the buying of State and National legislators by the robber baron ‘copper kings’ early in the 1900’s.
The violation of State Rights has come to a contentious head over the issue of corporate money surging into Montana to ‘buy’ the election of legislators to support corporate agendas.
This is a big issue in Montana that is getting national media
attention. Another big issue here that gets little corporate media
attention is medical marijuana. The public voted for it in an
election referendum, providers made it available, and then the State
Legislature outlawed it, and joint Federal and local law
enforcement imprisoned providers after seizing their property and
stripping their bank accounts of millions of dollars, splitting the
proceeds among themselves.
public service is the genesis of public health.
That was common sense back before public health care was privatized for corporate profit. But there is no selfless public service when selfish special interests put their personal profit above the public's best interests... using profits to lobby legislators, write legislation, influence the media, script the news, create war, disease and austerity... and otherwise overlook and override the public's interest due to the self-serving collusion of big business with big government.
in that trend is the epitome "DUH"
We've all witnessed how health care costs have been skyrocketing for decades as disease-treatment profit increasingly trumps authentic care for public health. It's the nature of the beast, the medical-industrial complex, that challenges the military-industrial complex in the 'making a killing' department... literally.
The cost of the on-going betrayal of public health has been a sick democracy. The U.S. now ranks 37th among modern nations in over-all health care metrics. We pay the most but the US is in last place among industrialized nations. And the faster we get sick from mercury amalgams, mercury-laced vaccines, fluoridated water, GMO foods, and toxic genetic-damaging food additives like aspartame, MSG and BHT, the more our families and friends suffer and die from degenerative diseases of all kinds... while Wall Street shows record profits for the medical-industrial complex.
Rarely mentioned is the chemtrails (toxic substances) that are spraying us like roaches. This is a covert CIA black-budget program that is virtually blacked out in the corporate media. All we know for sure is that the 'dark-side' of government has a highly profitable population reduction agenda for population control. Always in the name of 'security', privacy suffers as well. Spy drones are now becoming a huge US industry as we saw with airport scanners.
The more we get irradiated, drugged, sick and die, the more profit
for the medical-industrial complex. There are far more people now
making a living off of disease treatment than disease prevention.
The whole system is rigged for profitable treatment, not prevention
of those profits. It's killing us slowly, but surely, as a healthy
The corporate media is complicit in the corporatocracy cover-up. Rarely to we get even snippets of the trillion dollar per year money-laundering of US banks for CIA-run drug running of opium from Afghanistan and cocaine and marijuana from South America. Such 'black ops' fund other black budget projects like false-flag operations of domestic terror.
Congress has also turned a blind eye for decades to big banks laundering dirty drug money:
Financing Mexico Gangs Admitted in Wells Fargo Deal.
"Just before sunset on April 10,
2006, a DC-9 jet landed at the international airport in the
port city of
"The smugglers had bought the DC-9 with laundered funds they
transferred through two of the biggest banks in the
Gary Webb on C.I.A. Trafficking of Cocaine
Government is obviously out of control when the legislatures and courts
support corrupt politics and economics. That's when our reps forget
that Constitutional sovereignty is supposed to thrive at the
grass-roots, protected by local Sheriffs and State Representatives.
The federal government is supposed to work for the States, NOT the
corporatocracy or collaborators in federal bureaucracy.
Power of Love organizes,
it consumes the inordinate love of power.
Do you believe there is no ‘right’ that is morally wrong?
Is it true that authentic spirituality is morally right?
Would you agree that the heart of the Constitution
is morality in good Conscience?
When a man who is honestly mistaken is witness to the truth,
he will either cease being mistaken, or cease being honest.
is the most sacred of all property.”
~ Chief Architect of the Constitution, James Madison
is only when the People become ignorant and corrupt, when they degenerate into a
that they are incapable of exercising their sovereignty. Let us, by all wise and constitutional measures,
promote intelligence and virtues among the People, as the best means of preserving our liberties."
~ James Monroe, 5th U.S. President, 1817-1825
Continued with PART TWO of 'Two Choices'