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Cracks in the Constitution; What Can Be Done About Them? | Legalbears Blog Forum

Cracks in the Constitution; What Can Be Done About Them?

Posted on: May 23, 2010 by: admin
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Someone sent me an email with a link to this article: http://www.anarkismo.net/newswire.php?story_id=7611&search_text=Stefan%20Molyneux

This article describes how Thomas Jefferson claimed to be a great fan of limited government, and in particular railed against the potential tyranny of an individual despotic leader, and consistently championed the separation of powers. The article at the above link describes how Jefferson actually initiated war powers on his own whim and by doing so became an example of the evil that he originally aimed to conquer. The article points out that Jefferson surely must have recognized that if someone as well-meaning as himself could be utterly corrupted by political power, that the system he had worked so hard to create simply did not work and there is no historical evidence that pangs of conscience ever troubled Jefferson in the slightest; that instead, he sailed on attempting to foment a war between America and a variety of Muslim states, all the while attempting to bypass the powers that he had specifically reserved for Congress in order to avoid such a situation.

The above article demonstrates the “everything is divisible by two” principle that Dr. Rivera espoused and shows that is has been going on since the founding of this country which is something I have contended. My buddy Reinhold Summerstedt explained to me that Alexander Hamilton worked for the bankers and that the bankers saw the need for a strong central government in order to implement a central bank. So, Alexander Hamilton was sent by them to accomplish the deed. The above article makes reference to a book Cracks in the Constitution which is available at Amazon.com here. I haven’t read this book, but took an interest in it because the title seemed to support my long held contention that there were holes purposely left in the Constitution so we could end up with what America has today. By using a search engine I came to a fairly detailed review of the book at here.

After you read this review I think you will see that Alexander Hamilton would have had ample opportunity to accomplish the banker’s goal. After some consideration, I think you will also be able to come to the conclusion that if we succeeded in going ‘Back to the Constitution’ we would not be headed in a direction that is any better than anything we have today.

We are not without hope though. We have an opportunity to come to Mount Tsion also known as the New Jerusalem whose builder and maker is Jahuwah (the giver of life and the Creator of all that is). We don’t even have to leave this country. All we have to do to become Citizens there (Deuteronomy 33:3) is becomes sons and daughters to Jahuwah (Deuteronomy 32:5) by becoming practitioners of righteousness. Then Jahuwah becomes our judge, Jahuwah becomes our lawgiver, Jahuwah becomes our king; it is then His responsibility to “save” us. See Isaiah 33:22. This word “save” in the Hebrew is Strong’s number 3467 meaning that Jahuwah will liberate us, make us victorious, deliver us from dangers and distress, aid and help us, and free us. In Proverbs 18:10 it is written, “The name Jahuwah is a strong tower: the righteous runs into it, and is safe.” This word “safe” is Strong’s Hebrew 7682 meaning inaccessible or safely protected. And in Joel 2:32 I found confirmation for the above where it is written, “And it shall come to pass that whoever calls on the name Jahuwah shall be saved. For in Mount Tsion and in Jerusalem there shall be deliverance, as Jahuwah has said, among the remnant whom Jahuwah calls.” The word “saved” in Joel 2:32 is Strong’s Hebrew 4422 meaning to slip away or escape; to be delivered. And the term “deliverance” is Strong’s Hebrew 6413 meaning to escape or be delivered from a slaughter in war. Notice that none of this goes to those who call upon G-o-d as that is the name of a Babylonian deity adopted by the C-h-r-i-s-tians contrary to Ephesians 4:17; it is also the name of a deity from the East associated with L-u-c-k and F-o-r-t-u-n-e as well as planet worship. The name G-o-d is an idol/idle word that according to Exodus 23:13 we are to not allow to cross our lips and according to Matthew 12:36 men shall stand in judgment for. If you have been calling upon G-o-d and have not been being “saved” or “delivered” I am probably giving you the missing link. Jahuwah is well able to defend your rights and see that you get them. G-o-d on the other hand, relies on a piece of paper called the Constitution to protect your G-o-d given, constitutionally protected rights. I bring to your remembrance that Psalm 75:1 says, “Your wondrous works declare that Your name is near.” If you turn this around it becomes apparent that if you are not seeing wondrous works when you call upon G-o-d, you must be calling upon the wrong name!?

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3 Responses to “Cracks in the Constitution; What Can Be Done About Them?”
  1. Banks really get under my skin! They start to go under and they get bailouts from the government, but when my three best friends and neighbors need help, the US Govt never does anything about it.

  2. Lynda says:

    In this article, I agree with Dr. Eduardo Rivera’s principle that
    “everything is divisible by two” and that the majority of the founding
    fathers had ulterior motives for their elite, good-ol’ boys’ club.

    I read the detailed review of the book…very interesting and very
    anti-Bush. And that’s not a bad thing…..being anti-Bush. In reality,
    Bush’s remark…”The Constitution is just a piece of paper” reflects
    Lenderman’s research about that famous document as written about in “Cracks in the Constitution.”

  3. Handy piece of writing man, I realistically like the look and the feel of this kind of blog page.