The True American Way

Chapter Seven:
The Ball and the Chain

If you protect a man from folly, you will soon have a nation of fools. [William Penn]

When I began my studies, my thought was to reveal that the ills that plague our Society are a result of a lack of personal responsibility and self-reliance; I did not suspect the amount of insidious usurpation that has taken place. I just assumed we had gone astray on our own, but it has become increasingly clear that we were led astray. The more I research, the more it becomes apparent that those who think they know how to run our lives do not want us to think for ourselves. If we think for ourselves, we will fend for ourselves. If we fend for ourselves, and we think for ourselves, we will have little or no use for those that wish to control our lives. Therefore, it has been the unceasing objective of the Aristocrats to fend for us and think for us. They know for every ounce of dependence they can generate – they will get a pound of control. The Aristocracy will do everything in its power to erode our sense of personal responsibility and self-reliance to gain control over us.

Consider the following diagram:

As you can see my projection of the overall self-reliance of the American Individual has plummeted under the New Deal and Great Society. The combination of the two great evils of our time, the "Money Powers" and their "Equity System" comprise the ball to which we are chained. The chain itself is our "reliance on authority." We can tinker around with gang-violence, greedy corporations, and government red-tape all we want, but until we end our "reliance on authority" there is little hope.

The people struggle against this bondage seeking any way that they may free themselves, except for the one and only out. Since the 1960's, the tumultuous boil is incessant. The people are blind, society has degenerated and the wheels of this mighty Nation are about to spin off. First, the socialist sixties, next the capitalist eighties, now the conservative nineties, and next will be madness. There can be no freedom derived by control, there can be no worthy peace by unlawful force, and until we as Individuals gather our senses and apply simple reason to our lives for our simple personal and rightful benefit, the insanity of government regulation will hold the people, as a whole, in shackles.

Have no faith in that the government holds the key to our irons. In fact, they do, however, when was the last time the slave master set his slaves free of his own volition? It is entirely naïve of us to expect that the government will set us free – they are the ones that put us in chains while we slept.

Take a look at the positions that the political parties take against that of a Constitutionalist.

As to the question of a national ID card:

Aristocratic Party A Says: Your life will be easier. You will get everything with your card, health benefits, etc…
Aristocratic Party B Says: We need it to stop illegal immigration and all sorts of other crimes.
The Constitutionalist Says: Get an I.D. Card, and you will be controlled.

As to the question of gun control:

Aristocratic Party A Says: We need to eliminate guns because we have to stop the senseless killing.
Aristocratic Party B Says: We need to control the issue of guns so we can track the illegal use of guns.
The Constitutionalist Says: When the government has nothing left to fear from the People – all the fears of the People will be realized.

As to the question of income taxes:

Aristocratic Party A Says: Progressive income taxes are fair because the rich pay in proportion to their benefit received from our nation.
Aristocratic Party B Says: Flat taxes are fair because the rich pay proportionately the same as everyone else.
The Constitutionalist Says: The government is not entitled to tax and spend. The government is to collect the amount of revenue it needs to fulfill only its delegated obligations.

As to the question of censorship:

Aristocratic Party A Says: We can't have dangerous religious cults and hate groups talking about violence.
Aristocratic Party B Says: We can't have pornography and things that are morally wrong in our society.
The Constitutionalist Says: As much as some things offend us; the day we allow the government discretionary control over what individual adults write or say – we will be completely domininated.

As to the question of welfare:

Aristocratic Party A Says: We must have a guaranteed safety net.
Aristocratic Party B Says: We must control costs.
The Constitutionalist Says: As long as the People depend on the government for sustenance, the government will be out of control; precisely because then the government is in control.

As you can see neither the Democratic or Republican Party intends on allowing us our freedom. They just have different emphases on how we will be controlled. The Aristocracy feeds the People an illusion of choice, however it is the Aristocracy that determines all the options before the People: Slavehood under choice A; or slavehood under choice B. Both parties are the instruments of the Aristocracy.

I have sworn upon the altar of God, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man.

I am not a Federalist, because I never submitted the whole system of my opinions to the creed of any party of men whatever in religion, in philosophy, in politics, or in anything else where I was capable of thinking for myself....Such an addiction is the last degradation of a free and moral agent. If I could not go to heaven but with a party, I would not go there at all. [Thomas Jefferson]

Neither platform addresses the ball to which we are chained, or the nature of the chain which we have been duped to forge ourselves. They do not offer to set the People free of the Federal Reserve and Commercial Equity Laws. The political parties are run by the "Political Bosses" and they are financed and controlled by the banking interests. They are as enslaved as we are:

They [political parties] are likely, in the course of time and things, to become potent engines, by which cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men will be enabled to subvert the Power of the People, and to usurp for themselves the reigns of Government; destroying afterwards the very engines, which have lifted them from unjust domination...

There is an opinion, that parties in free countries are useful checks upon the Administration of the Government, and serve to keep alive the spirit of Liberty [howevver] in Governments purely elective, it is a spirit not to be encouraged. [George Washington's, Farewell Address 1796] [emphasis added]

If the domination that Washington was referring to does not include the Banker Kings and Commercial Law (imposed by the martial law authority), then I am a ignorant jackass.

This takes us back to the preface, the question that started me on this journey: "What went wrong with this country so that a man is ridiculed for voting his conscience?" The answer is, we have had our individual self-reliance stripped from us. And now we know how it was done, and equally important, we begin to see how it continues to be done.

Enter the entitlement system! The truth cannot be escaped: The dog does not often bite the hand that feeds it. Everyone knows that you take more abuse from your boss than you would from your employee. We know, that he who signs the paycheck is the master. Now, when one relies on the government for a "paycheck" it becomes entirely obvious that the principle that the People are the boss is compromised. If we accept entitlements, we accept the truth of our bondage.

Enter the public school system!

Our schools have been scientifically designed to prevent overeducation from happening. The average American (should be) content with their humble role in life, because they're not tempted to think about any other role. [U.S. Commissioner of Education, William T. Harris, 1889]

The children who know how to think for themselves spoil the harmony of the collective society that is coming, where everyone would be interdependent. [1899]

Independent self-reliant people would be a counterproductive anachronism in the collective society of the future where people will be defined by their associations. [1896] [John Dewey, educational philosopher, proponent of modern public schools]

A general State education is a mere contrivance for molding people to be exactly like one another; and as the mold in which it casts them is that which pleases the dominant power in the government, whether this be a monarch, an aristocracy, or a majority of the existing generation; in proportion as it is efficient and successful, it establishes a despotism over the mind, leading by a natural tendency to one over the body. [John Stuart Mill, 1859]

Remember the test you took in the preface of the book. Now would be a good time to review your answers and retake the test.

Now, in what capacity would you say the public education system has served the government? Has it enlightened the People, or has it kept the People in the dark? They – the education system – presented to us a system of government different from our lawful system of government. They did it out of ignorance, delusion, and/or coercion. Nevertheless, they never recognized or taught us the truth. The taught us what the Aristocracy wanted us to learn, a lie.

What the government and false aristocracy would like you to believe to their benefit.

Majority Rule Democracy

They taught us that we controlled the government beast by an election vote. They did not teach us that we had two other votes. The Grand Jury vote (the vote to prosecute), and the petit jury vote (the vote to judge both law and fact).

The propaganda has been:


The truth is when we vote the electee does not carry out his oath of office. It is folly, and to our own demise, that we would ever support such a premise. Our rights are not preserved at the whim of the elected. We have preserved them ourselves with our other TWO votes in a system of Law and Justice that is above government intervention. Without these essential votes, government would virtually be free to do as it pleased, unchecked by the people.

We have lost this self reliance via the shadowy dealings of the Federal Reserve, the corrupted Justice System, and the brainwashing tactics of the public school system. We have been robbed, assaulted, and duped. I don't know about you, but I do not intend to take it lying down. Since the pen is mightier than the sword, that's what I am fighting back with…but I am prepared to fight by whatever means.

  • Many of the ills of our society are due to an ill-advised "reliance on authority."
  • The government is "out of control" because it is in control.
  • The two party system is like the A string and B string of the same Aristrocratic Team.
  • The entitlement and public education systems work in tandem to erode our self-reliance; this will result in the death of liberty.

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