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Based on these definitions, please answer the following questions

Republic

A form of government where God's law is supreme and the people are free to pursue and to enjoy their Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness.

Each Citizen retains their individual Sovereignty and everyone has total control over his, or her, personal environment.

The Citizens agree to be bound by God's Laws:

the Ten Commandments,
the Golden Rule,
Love thy Enemy.

Democracy

A form of government where the majority rules.

This type of system is fraught with the ever present potential that the majority will make slaves of the minority, or, that power hungry men and women will subvert the system for their own benefit.

God's laws are totally disregarded.

Eventually, those in the majority destroy the concept of God in order to assume God's power and authority over the minority.

In our present day courts the requests to the judge are called prayers.

Oligarchy

A form of government where a select group of individuals have gained control over the actions and activities of the government and have placed themselves, and their cohorts, above the law.

Today, the attorneys have, through a preponderance of laws, they created for their own benefit, managed to gain control over the actions and activities of our governments, and have made it so that WE THE PEOPLE do not have the right of redress against them because they claim immunity from suits and prosecution.


1. To what do you pledge your Allegiance?

(a) The Democracy
(b) The Oligarchy
(c) The Republic
(d) All of the above

2. What best describes the Constitution?

(a) A document that establishes a Federal Government to rule over the States.
(b) A document that establishes a Federal Government to be ruled over by the States.
(c) A treaty between the States to meet their common needs
(d) An outdated document that probably needs to be updated for today's world.

3. What Form of Government is guaranteed to the States by the Constitution?

(a) A Democracy
(b) An Oligarchy
(c) A Republic
(d) None of the above

4. When the people within your State voted to join the Union what form of Government did they expect?

(a) A Democracy
(b) An Oligarchy
(c) A Republic
(d) None of the above

5. If you work for the State in which you live, or, if you work for the Federal Union, are you employed by:

(a) The Democracy
(b) The Oligarchy
(c) The Republic
(d) The People

6. The Constitution gives me the right to free speech.

(a) True
(b) False

7. The Constitution gives me the right to worship how I want.

(a) True
(b) False

8. The Constitution gives me the right to keep and bear arms.

(a) True
(b) False

9. The Bill of Rights is where my rights under the Constitution are defined.

(a) True
(b) False


Answers

1. To what do you pledge your Allegiance?

When you say the Pledge of Allegiance, you make your pledge to the "Republic."

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation, under God, with Liberty and Justice for All.

There is no mention of establishing a Democracy, or an Oligarchy anywhere in the Pledge of Allegiance, the Declaration of Independence, or the Constitution.

Everything is pointed at the establishment of a Republic.


2. What best describes the Constitution?

It is a treaty between the States to meet their common needs.

Just like all treaties, it provides for the common defense, it provides for the recognition of the Citizens of each State by each of the other States, it provides for recognition of each of the other States laws, and, it provides for a unified method of dealing with foreign nations.


3. What Form of Government is guaranteed to the States by the Constitution?

Here again, the answer is a Republic.

Article IV - Section. 4 of the Constitution for the United States of America
The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened), against domestic Violence.


4. When the people within your State voted to join the Union what form of Government did they expect?

They fully expected to have a Republic. That's what is guaranteed by the Constitution, and it is what we should, and must have.

The Founding Fathers did not establish a Democracy.

If you read the discussions and debates in the Constitutional Convention, you will find that one of their greatest fears is that the Republic would be converted to a Democracy, or an Oligarchy.

That is why they framed the Constitution as they did.


5. If you work for the State in which you live, or, if you work for the Federal Government, who are you employed by:

Contrary to anything else that you may believe, you are employed by the People to staff the offices required for their Republic, and to run it in the manner they have dictated it should run.

You have taken an oath, which is a binding contract between you and the People of the Republic, to defend and support the Constitution.

It is the Constitution that guarantees us a Republic. You, and the people of your State, pledge allegiance to the Republic. The People voted to accept and live in a Republic. You are paid by the people.

There can be no other conclusion than that you are employed by the People, and are sworn to uphold the laws of, and owe your allegiance to the Republic that the people through the Republic.


6. The Constitution gives me the right to free speech.

This is absolutely FALSE.

You are free and Sovereign. The right to speak freely is one of your unalienable rights that was given to you by your Creator.

You are the one that gives the Constitution its powers, rights, and authority.

As a Sovereign you are free to conduct your affairs however you see fit just so long as you do not infringe upon the Sovereign rights of your neighbor, nor do you have the right to violate the Laws of God.


7. The Constitution gives me the right to worship how I want.

This is absolutely FALSE.

You are free and Sovereign. The right to worship how, where, and what you want is an unalienable right that was given to you by your Creator.

You are the one that gives the Constitution its powers, rights, and authority.

As a Sovereign you are free to conduct your affairs however you see fit just so long as you do not infringe upon the Sovereign rights of your neighbor, nor do you have the right to violate the Laws of God.


8. The Constitution gives me the right to keep and bear arms.

This is absolutely FALSE.

You are free and Sovereign. The right to defend yourself is an unalienable right that cannot be infringed upon by any government or governmental agency.

You are the one that gives the Constitution its powers, rights, and authority.

As a Sovereign you are free to conduct your affairs however you see fit just so long as you do not infringe upon the Sovereign rights of your neighbor, nor do you have the right to violate the Laws of God.


9. The Bill of Rights is where my rights under the Constitution are defined.

Here again this is absolutely FALSE.

Neither the Constitution nor the Bill of Rights grant any rights to the Citizens.

The Constitution and the Bill of Rights are the cage that our Founding Fathers built to house the beast that they were creating.

The Preamble to the Bill of Rights is very clear about the purpose behind the Bill is Rights.

Preamble to the Bill of Rights
The conventions of a number of the States having at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should be added: And as extending the ground of public confidence in the Government, will best insure the beneficent ends of its institution.


Remember, You are free and Sovereign.

You are the one that gives the Governments their powers, rights, and authority through the Constitution Law that was written by the Founding Fathers.

As a Sovereign you are free to conduct your affairs however you see fit just so long as you do not infringe upon the Sovereign rights of your neighbor, nor do you have the right to violate the Laws of God.

When you stop and think about it -- The power to requirme that we have a driver's license, a real estate license, an insurance license, or any other kind of license is beyond the ability of the Sovereign Citizens to even grant to the government because those things are infringements on our unalienable sovereign rights.


Remember also, everyone who is employed by either a State Government, or the Federal Government is employed by, and paid by the Republic.

They have taken an oath to support and defend the Constitution, which oath of office becomes a binding contract between each of them individually and the People who pay their wages. As a part of that contract they have also pledged their allegiance to the Republic.

THEY CANNOT, WITHOUT VIOLATING THEIR OATH AND THEIR PLEDGE, ENFORCE LAWS THAT ARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL.

THAT'S THE PROBLEM WE HAVE TODAY -- NEITHER SIDE UNDERSTANDS WHAT THE CONSTITUTION SAYS, WHAT IT MEANS, OR HOW IT IS SUPPOSED TO EFFECT OUR SAFETY AND HAPPINESS. WE COMPLAIN BECAUSE OUR GOVERNMENT PERSECUTES US -- BUT WE DON'T KNOW WHERE TO DRAW THE LINE. OUR PUBLIC SERVANTS RUN WILD IN THEIR OFFICES BECAUSE THEY DON'T KNOW WHERE THE LINE IS AND THEY CROSS INTO THE UNCONSTITUTIONAL AREAS AT WILL, AND WITHOUT REPRISAL FROM THE PEOPLE.

IF WE WANT OUR GOVERNMENTS, BOTH THE STATE AND THE FEDERAL, BACK INSIDE THE CONSTITUTIONAL CAGES THAT WE BUILT TO RESTRICT THEIR ACTIVITIES -- IT IS UP TO US, WE, THE PEOPLE. OUR PUBLIC SERVANTS ARE NOT GOING TO GIVE UP THEIR ABILITY TO FLEECE THE PUBLIC, INTIMIDATE THE PEOPLE, OR CONTROL EVERY FACET OF OUR LIVES -- UNLESS, AND UNTIL -- WE, THE PEOPLE PUT A STOP TO IT.


One final question

How long has it been since you read clear through the Constitution for the United States of America?

(a) I've never read it
(b) It's been years
(c) I read it daily

If you want to protect your Freedom and your Sovereignty as declared in the Declaration of Independence the correct answer is C!

Nothing drastic will happen if you don't read and study the Constitution -- other than the fact that we will never get our Republic back and the government oppression will continue until you are made a slave of those who are supposed to be our Public Servants. If you're happy with that idea -- just keep going down the same path your already on.


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