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The Declaration of RE-Independence: S.O.S.

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***You don't solve a "$money$ problem" with $money$----it needs a soul solution!***

The Declaration of RE-Independence
[Prospectus: The Individual vs. The Corporate Conscience]

While the term "individual", as regards each of us, has "gone to seed" in the human race, the ethics of the corporate has gone to hell.
We humans have lost sight of our own horizon.
While a nation of participants ("We the People") turned into a loose collection of comatose spectators, the business of America morphed into a monster of business.
Instead of "In God We Trust" on our money, $money$ is now the god we trust [the love of $money$ having replaced real love and is the root of all evil]. While the stock market crash of 1929 was catalyzed by over-extended margins, the morality crash of our recent business climate is the result of under-extended ethics.
It is now left to us citizens, "We The People", to prevent our Titanic ending and reverse this trend, where the Fates have become the Furies, the Muses became the Harpies, and the Sages have become the fools!
.....Let us change our form of government overnight to the better, to something that works, as outlined in our primary legal document, The Declaration of Independence*; and except for vital and emergency services, put the current forms of government "on hold" until our ship of state is repaired and functioning for everyone's best interest, with equal opportunity for ALL, in the most powerful yet anemic country on earth; no longer FantasyLandUSA, but the land of the brave and free again!
[The mechanism by which we change our form of government is about the only un-used portion of our original, founding documents, and it's time to see it put to good use]
.....We will go back to the future we were detoured from years ago when people sought after $money$ instead of love, and business/sports/entertainment instead of family. We must not again mistake our tools and their methods for the life in our lives!
"Without a sign his sword the brave man draws,
And asks no omen but his country's cause". Homer
[Homer could have been just as easily speaking of someone like Cincinnatus**, a 5th Century B.C. Roman {the Ohio city, Cincinnati, was named for him} who George Washington was likened to ---> even our own founding fathers would be in open revolt and rebellion against our current national government !!]

*[[Dec. of Indep., 2nd paragraph: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men ((people)) are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator (( 2 Corinthians 3:17 )) with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.---That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. --->>> That whenever ANY Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness."]]

Also--->Amnesty International: America's offensive against global terrorism was "bankrupt of vision" and has "made the world a more dangerous place"..................
------------>Help the USA re-invent itself before we implode on the loveless iceberg of obscene greed and rampant materialism! The country you save will be your own!!
.............Abraham Lincoln said that "Equal opportunity for every American was the un-finished work of America"!......"It has so happened in all ages of the world, that  _some have laboured and _others have, without labour, enjoyed a large proportion of the fruits.  This is wrong, and should not continue." ~~~Abraham Lincoln.
........Benjamin Cardozo [US Supreme Court Justice, 1932-38]:
"A great principle growing into the promise of its' logic, that some day 'All Men Are Created Equal' might mean just that".............
................Thurgood Marshall [US Supreme Court Justice], referring to Charles Hamilton Houston, the father of the 20th Century's equal rights movement in the United States:
"Charles Houston saw a society that refused to live by its' own principles".
-->It says: "In God we trust" on our $$$, but $$$ is now the god we trust......
**Cincinnatus [Roman general], who like George Washington, wasn't in love with $money$ and power, fixed Rome during it's most corrupt episode.
{Much like the USA today and top heavy with Oligarchs}
....A modern "Cincinnatus" would be like a real Captain Kirk, who @ Spock 'light-speed' would fix everything and go home; an honorable man, like the real Cincinnatus, who went home to his family & farm he really loved~
"The Declaration of RE-Independence", America's LAST chance to re-invent itself, using the only UN-used portion of our original, legal, founding papers~~~
"Unfortunately, truth is now contingent on being politically correct."
~Tony Hillerman::People of Darkness~
"If honesty were introduced into American life, everything would collapse."
~George Carlin {Departed the world stage-June 2008}~
~~~A true Revolution is guided by great feelings of LOVE~~~
~~~This was a handmade banner @ Woodstock---August,1969---quoting Ernesto "Che" Guevara {Benicio del Toro}~~~
~~written on a $$/change machine [same money/family tree as an ATM] by
a young man with a backpack~~{in Santa Cruz. CA}
~~~"We Arm the World" by Frida Berrigan~~~    
The United States once again leads the world in exporting weapons~In 2007, U.S. foreign military sales agreements totaled more than $32 billion-----nearly triple the amount during President Bush's first full year in office.The Pentagon routinely justifies weapons sales as "promoting regional stability", but many of these arms end up in the world's war zones. In 2006 and 2007, the five biggest recipients of U.S. weapons were Pakistan ($3.5 billion), Iraq ($2.2 billion), Israel ($2.2 billion), Afghanistan ($1.9 billion) and Colombia ($580 million)-----all countries where conflict rages.While full data is not yet available for 2008, the United States continues to flood warzones with more destabilizing weapons. In 2008, the Pentagon brokered more than $12.5 billion in possible foreign military sales to Iraq, including guns, ammunition, tanks and attack helicopters.What's more, the United States cannot successfully track its weapons. Hundreds of thousands of U.S.-supplied pistols and automatic weapons destined for Iraqi security forces between 2004 and 2005 remain lost, according to the Government Accountability Office.The Pentagon has "no idea where they are", Rachel Stohl, a senior analyst at the Center for Defense Information, a national-security think tank, told the Washington Post in 2007: "It likely means that the United States is unintentionally providing weapons to bad actors."     According to Stohl, "The Bush administration has demonstrated a willingness to provide weapons and military training to weak and failing states and countries that have been repeatedly criticized by the U.S. State Department for human rights volations, lack of democracy and even support of terrorism."U.S. law curbs weapons sales to countries engaged in a "gross and consistent" pattern of human rights abuses or to countries using U.S. weapons for aggressive purposes. But these requirements are often set aside in favor of short-term objectives.     Michael Klare, director of the Amherst, Mass.-based Five College Program in Peace and World Security Studies, has followed the arms trade for decades. He discounts official claims that the delivery of arms can help promote stablility.     "The more we help one side, the more that regime's opponents are driven to seek arms from another supplier, leading to an inevitable spiral of arms buying, provocation and conflict", Klare says."The arms trade is never a panacea for instability", Klare says. "It can only enflame [incite] regional tensions and heighten the risk of war."
Detroit's Metro Times recently interviewed Scott Ritter, an ex-Marine Corps intelligence officer and chief UN weapons inspector in Iraq who had been trying to sound the alarm about our last administration's apparent determination to repeat its catastrophic interventionism with an attack on Iran.  At one point, the reporter asked why, in the face of everything we now know, there seems to be no general groundswell of outrage about or opposition to the plan. Ritter reminded hin:     "Very few Americans actually function as citizens anymore....Americans are primarily consumers today, and so long as they continue to wrap themselves in a cocoon of comfort, and the system keeps them walking down a road to the perceived path of prosperity, they don't want to rock the boat.  If it doesn't have a direct impact on their day-to-day existence, they simply don't care."
::To all you old spectators sitting on your asses @ home or in motorhomes/rvs across America,
being constantly entertained to death...........doing nothing.......
Best regards, James Sorrell

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