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    Re: Starve the beast - solutions

    PURSUE HAPPINESS
    A teacher gave a balloon to every student, who had to inflate it, write their name on it and throw it in the hallway. The teacher then mixed all the balloons. The students were...
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    FOUNDATION
    In essence, we have Creator endowed rights (life, liberty, absolute ownership, inherent powers, etc) that are susceptible to attack, by nature, by predators, and by chance.

    We seek to...
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    In America's history, there can be found many examples of idealistic communities. Today, some are called "Intentional Communities." Some were based on religious orders and sects, like the Bruderhof,...
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    Americans restoring sovereignty is a valid remedy for individuals.
    But what about a group?
    As mentioned in the previous post, a COMMUNITY of folks who barter, would generate prodigious prosperity...
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    GREAT EXAMPLE of sane prosperity - based on prodigious production of surplus goods and services, equitably traded and enjoyed. This is in contrast with MONEY MADNESS, where folks believe that "Making...
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    Please note, that only AMERICA has a "republican form" of government, which is NOT synonymous with "republic."
    The Peoples Republic of China IS a republic, but not a republican form.
    Nor is the US...
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    If 51% of the "human resources" withdrew consent, restored their endowed rights, and dropped from the tax rolls, do you think that's enough to STARVE THE BEAST?
    Especially, since the majority of the...
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    If you think you're too clever and smart to be "FOOLED" by the WGPM, here's a snippet that might wake you up.
    “ I also think there are prices too high to pay to save the United States. Conscription...
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    I have not read all law, and am not infallible, but I have yet to find ONE LAW that violates the natural rights, natural or personal liberty, private property or inherent powers of the American...
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    Last note: Though one might think there is a refuge in a foreign land, only the united States of America have a republican form of government. And it is hard to believe, but the Feds and the State...
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    TRUST HONEST ABE - - -

    "What I do say is that no man is good enough to govern another man without that other's consent. I say this is the leading principle, the sheet-anchor of American...
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    SHORT FORM : HE WHO CONSENTS CANNOT OBJECT. Voluntary slaves need not foment a slave revolt.

    LONG FORM:

    With all due respect, the original post is an example of the widespread confusion held by...
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    Re: 5G Alarmism - more dangerous than 5G?

    https://www.reddit.com/r/askscience/comments/438rnt/how_does_radiation_from_the_sun_compares_to/
    "Solar radiation amounts to roughly 1 kW per m2 on a clear day at sealevel...
    "WiFi routers (2.4 &...
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    Re: 5G Alarmism - more dangerous than 5G?

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/16/science/5g-cellphones-wireless-cancer.html
    " Dr. Curry’s flawed reports were amplified by alarmist websites, prompted articles linking cellphones to brain cancer...
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    A short note on "concerns" over antenna radiated power.
    The whole IDEA of a cellular network is that the transceivers are LOW POWER so they do not interfere with adjacent cell towers. If they were...
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    I apologize for "punking" folks about the "political party."

    As an advocate for the republican form of government, the one in which ALL MEN are created equal (before the law) and have CREATOR...
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    The long, drawn out answer is here:
    https://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?94054-MONEY-MADNESS--various-split-off-ozmirage-posts-and-replies-thereto-

    The short answer is this:
    Though a...
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    Re: WW3? Ukraine/US vs. Donbass/Russia

    I would augment that with the point that the American "government" is not working for the people, nor the electorate, but for the CREDITOR, since 1933, and the capitulation of FDR's administration....
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    Re: 5G Alarmism - more dangerous than 5G?

    Irrational fear of invisible forces cannot be dispelled by rational argument.
    "... only mad dogs and englishmen go out in the midday sun ..."
    A reminder that there is the potential for daily...
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    Re: WW3? Ukraine/US vs. Donbass/Russia

    Instigating a war is the last gasp of an incompetent, ineffective, and useless administration.
    Anyone who fails to get in line can be pilloried as unAmerican.

    Bah, humbug.
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