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Americans sharing a concern for the future should recognize their underlying problem is the failure of people to acknowledge the importance of James 4:17 and to honor it by doing what's right!  This failure is especially true of our educators, clergy, elected officials, law enforcement and media personnel. The result is that Americans are no longer governed by the principles and procedures set forth in America's founding documents.

On 11/22/1994, thirty Republican Governors cited a very important and well substantiated result of our problem by agreeing "Federal action has exceeded the clear bounds of its jurisdiction under the Constitution and thus violated rights guaranteed to the people. The governors subsequently pledged "to restore to the States and the people the prerogatives and freedoms guaranteed them under the Constitution."

The governors not only cited a result of the problem we must solve but a worthy goal via their pledge which, if realized, would be a solution to it. Their allegation provided credibility to those expressing concern over governments illegal acts. The challenge of patriots is to fulfill it. To do so "we the concerned" should agree to these basic truths upon which to base our future actions.

1. The Declaration of Independence is our Nation's birth certificate and the cornerstone of our Constitution. For lawful government to exist, there must be strict compliance with the principles and policies set forth in the Constitution and its Preamble.
2. The united States of America was intended to be one Nation under God as stated in the Pledge of Allegiance.
3. There can only be one set of Supreme laws for any nation. For the U.S., the set includes the principles, policies, and procedures set forth in our Declaration of Independence; Constitution and Bill of Rights.
4. Through our Constitution, the States created the federal government as their AGENT. As the principals to the Constitution and under the Law of Agency, States possess the ultimate authority and responsibility for the proper interpretation and implementation of the Constitution.
5. In consideration of the power granted to the Federal government by the States, each State is guaranteed a Republican form of government by Art. IV, Sec. 4 of the Constitution.
6. Treaties, being the purview of the President with the advice and consent of the Senate, cannot lawfully create new, or modify existing law as Art. 1 Sec.1 of our Constitution vested all legislative powers in the Congress which includes the House of Representatives which has no authority regarding Treaties and any pretense to use Treaties to create or modify our laws is an unlawful act.
7. The Federal government cannot lawfully compel the States to enact or administer a Federal regulatory program and where Congress exceeds its authority relative to the States, departure from the Constitution cannot be ratified by consent of State officials.
8. The Constitution's 10th Amendment stating "the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution .... are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people" provides incontestable evidence that the only lawful powers of the Federal Government are those specifically enumerated in the Constitution of the United States.
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No elected or appointed Federal official or Agent has any lawful authority to dissolve the Constitution nor distort its purposes set forth in the Constitution or its Preamble.

Those agreeing with the governorís allegation and pledge and the above basic beliefs are automatically candidates for enjoying the benefits of unity on actions of common interest through a concept that will assure they are free to pursue their special interests.

It's important those who are serious about realizing the governor's pledge accept the wisdom of Medori Severi who wrote: "until we abandon our manifold private agendas and unite, we will merely be hapless observers standing at the bottom of a dark, deep pit, wistfully hoping to save the world, but really doing little more than breaking the fall of compatriots who are pushed in on top of us. Only by uniting in a common effort devoid of subjective paradigms will we be able to mold the human spirit upon which we may ascend to freedom."

We must recognize there is strength in numbers, that through Political Action Coordinating Conferences (PACCs) individuals and organizations can network with one another and expand their base of support without forsaking their special interests, and that by jointly developing or adopting and implementing a comprehensive plan and following Gillaume Pittís advice saying: "every meeting, every conference, and every conversation is a failure that does not produce an army. The first requisite of an army is to subscribe to service.Ö" we can, must and will build a team and Take America Back to its lawful foundation!

WHAT NOW?
At this moment in time, I suggest the most important action an individual can take is to:

  • Create a local team dedicated to Taking America Back (TAB) of 15 to 25 members, engage the team in pursuit of the mission and functions ascribed to local TAB teams, and be patient pending creation of enough such teams to justify the formation of a National team to orchestrate the implementation of the plan by which we will TAB. The plan is the focus of the book To Tame a Tyrant. A summary is at http://www.thecnc.org/Documents/RestoringGovernment.htm.
  • Forward this to every patriotic American you know with a prayer they acknowledge the need to create a team dedicated to Taking America Back, form one, and register it with http://www.wealthmoney.org/contact/.
  • Insure the leadership of every organization you help support is aware of our "problem", of the need for working with others on high priority actions, that you expect them to help develop and implement a plan dedicated to this need and STOP supporting those who wonít!

I further suggest the most important act an organizational leader can take is to cooperate and coordinate with others seeking to restore lawful government.

Sincerely,
Walter Myers
Exec. Director, Constitutionalistsí Networking Center

gewinners@suddenlink.net

 


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