The People Have a Right to Alter or Abolish Government, Not Government Officials

22 Apr

The plan of action I have proposed removes all oath breakers, starting at the local level, in order to restore our rights and liberty; returning government to the limitations the Constitution imposed on them. It is deliberately systematic in its application due to the extent of the corruption, as if resetting the settings in a computer to its defaults by reloading its initial configuration.

This plan doesn't plead with them to stop their usurpation, nor does it seek to impeach them through the corrupt system they've establish that protects them; it simply calls for their removal and replacement with people who understand what the oath is and will perform their duties consistent with it. The public record and experience of their victims are more than sufficient testimony to justify their immediate removal, what happens to the corrupt officers after removal is pretty much up to the people.

It is my opinion that this plan would restore government to its proper limits quickly and with a minimum of bloodshed, most of which would be the blood of those tyrants that refuse to step down. Yes it is drastic, yes the innocent may get swept up with the guilty, but there is no other way to restore the government to its proper role or time left to continue down the road we're on.

I fully expect and have received some scathing attacks from government trolls and lawyers that fully understand just how much this plan threatens their world. I will not debate them, argue with them, or even tolerate their opinions regarding the present system anymore. The Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights define the foundational principles of the American Republic and everyone can read and understand those three documents with little effort.

My political allegiance is to the American Republic and the Constitution that defines it, the Bill of Rights that limit its authority, and the Declaration of Independence where the principles of good government are expressed; skillful arguments in contravention are arguments for usurpation and sedition. While the people have a right to alter or abolish our government, government officials do not.

A Plan of Action

The Duty of Our Oath

Our Natural Right of Self-defense

Declaration of Independence

Constitution for the United States of America

Bill of Rights

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