January 29, 2023

Naïveté is Not Innocence, It is Gross and Moribund Ignorance.

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There apparently is no longer a man in this country who understands not only the meaning of actual freedom of will and conscience but also fails to comprehend the yearning for individual freedom of will and of conscience for any man with the high intelligence to understand extrication from this system of slavery is the only way. A man who grasps the true nature of freedom of will and conscience and justness not found in a system of granted privileges that amounts to permissible liberty under the systems definitions of pseudo justness known as Justice if those seeking it can afford it as only the super wealthy can acquire it..

Only stupid people haven’t realized that the world is run by self serving conniving sons-of-bitches. I say stupid people, not “ignorant”, because the ignorant can learn when they are presented information. One is a stupid person if they are offered the information, and they compulsively hand wave it off, claim disinterest as a cop out and go off and hide in the false comfort of a group that practices suppression and censorship and of self censor by ignoring the reality and clinging to falsehoods.. Why? Because they are lazy suckers, too stupid to realize they have been conned – over and over again, by the same psychopaths that have run the world for centuries. Tyrants get away with it because they can always count on the lowest common denominator for support..

The War Powers is the emergency Powers in the Constitution where it says that they have the power to pass all laws necessary and proper. The War Powers actually extends that to all agencies and agents under federal control.. Which means they can actually make law on the streets, in their offices, on the fly. The Necessary and Proper Clause doesn’t just extend to the Congress it extends to all governmental agencies and agents.. Saying they did anything illegal, was a crime is silly.. Because they never get arrested then charged then tried then jailed…Outside of their occasional mock trials with their disguised professional actors..

The Supremacy Clause bares this truth out as well.. As does the Necessary and Proper Clause.. They can say anything they want and take it back anytime they want whenever and however they want, even in secret.. Oh yes they have a Secrecy Clause as well..18 U.S. Code § 798 – Disclosure of classified information. That’s just for starters. And they make the determination of what data is kept secret from everyone except themselves all the time.. They can set up any type of sting operation they want as well.. Such as their states rights based on the states Tenth Amendment Sovereignty issue taken up by ignorant citizens playing the Sovereign man citizen card that is a legal impossibility explained in numerous law books used in the establishment of a politically chartered privately owned Nation/State Empire such the United States.. The COTUS provides a secrecy clause as well..

According to Madison’s Notes, the exact language of the secrecy rule was: “That nothing spoken in the house be printed, or otherwise published or communicated without leave.” The delegates adopted these rules without debate. And for the most part they adhered to the rule of secrecy.

Major Themes at the Constitutional Convention: 1. The Rule of Secrecy


The Supremacy Clause


The reality of citizen serf subject slave in this system of this world has been deconstructed by those of us who truly objected to it..

a method of critical analysis of philosophical and literary language that emphasizes the internal workings of language and conceptual systems, the relational quality of meaning, and the assumptions implicit in forms of expression.
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Full Definition of deconstruction
: a philosophical or critical method which asserts that meanings, metaphysical constructs, and hierarchical oppositions (as between key terms in a philosophical or literary work) are always rendered unstable by their dependence on ultimately arbitrary signifiers; also : an instance of the use of this method
: the analytic examination of something (as a theory) often in order to reveal its inadequacy
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Synonyms and Antonyms of deconstruction
the separation and identification of the parts of a whole
Synonyms anatomizing, anatomy, assay, breakdown, analysis, dissection
Related Words assessment, diagnosis, evaluation, examination, inspection, investigation, muster, scrutiny; arrangement, assortment, cataloging (or cataloguing), categorization, classification, codification, indexing; enumeration, inventory, itemization, tabulation; division, reduction, segmentation, separation, subdivision
Near Antonyms agglomeration, aggregation, amalgamation, assimilation, coalescence, conglomeration, consolidation, integration, synthesis, unification
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Deconstruction, form of philosophical and literary analysis, derived mainly from work begun in the 1960s by the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, that questions the fundamental conceptual distinctions, or “oppositions,” in Western philosophy through a close examination of the language and logic of philosophical and literary texts. In the 1970s the term was applied to work by Derrida, Paul de Man, J. Hillis Miller, and Barbara Johnson, among other scholars. In the 1980s it designated more loosely a range of radical theoretical enterprises in diverse areas of the humanities and social sciences, including—in addition to philosophy and literature—law, psychoanalysis, architecture, anthropology, theology, feminism, gay and lesbian studies, political theory, historiography, and film theory. In polemical discussions about intellectual trends of the late 20th-century, deconstruction was sometimes used pejoratively to suggest nihilism and frivolous skepticism. In popular usage the term has come to mean a critical dismantling of tradition and traditional modes of thought.

Deconstruction in philosophy
The oppositions challenged by deconstruction, which have been inherent in Western philosophy since the time of the ancient Greeks, are characteristically “binary” and “hierarchical,” involving a pair of terms in which one member of the pair is assumed to be primary or fundamental, the other secondary or derivative. Examples include nature and culture, speech and writing, mind and body, presence and absence, inside and outside, literal and metaphorical, intelligible and sensible, and form and meaning, among many others. To “deconstruct” an opposition is to explore the tensions and contradictions between the hierarchical ordering assumed (and sometimes explicitly asserted) in the text and other aspects of the text’s meaning, especially those that are indirect or implicit or that rely on figurative or performative uses of language. Through this analysis, the opposition is shown to be a product, or “construction,” of the text rather than something given independently of it.

Style and Form are everything; Substance and Meaning arise in their wake.

Perhaps we’ve learned something this morning concerning the conspiratorial aspect of American History.. One can hope..

For those of you struggling to salvage your servitude in slavery to those psychophants well have a nice day…