Re: [gsc] Restore America Plan and Guardians of the Free Republics are the top stories and searches on Google
Kevin Wilkerson <kbw@...
2010-04-03 21:42:54 GMT
> So, um, the letter was received Monday 29 March 2010 in Michigan.
> Three days have passed. I aver that no governors have left office.
Why, now that 72 hours notice has elapsed, they send the governors a
follow-up letter declaring that they are "in default" and have been
removed by the sovereign people and are no longer in office. And that
if they fail to acknowledge said removal, then they are mere usurpers
and squatters. Which, as I understand it, has pretty much been the
group's contention all along (or "ab initio" as they like to say), on
account of all the officials being mere limited liability corporations
masquerading as the real thing.
I can't think of a single historical example in which a tyrant, when
confronted with his deeds and politely told to stop, has said "you're
right, I'm so ashamed" and voluntarily relinquished power. Perhaps
we're about to witness an Eastertide miracle. But I doubt it.
At which point it either becomes open season on governors, or (more
likely) nothing further happens at all. The first possibility is why
they're beefing up security, of course. The second possibility is the
more likely because while the "sovereigns" may claim to be fulfilling
prophecy (whatever that means), they probably aren't actively suicidal.
The only practical use I can see in such an exercise is that it
demonstrates, in a very public way, that there are folks out there who
do not accept the government, or its activities, as being legitimate.
Some who hear this will agree with it, and realize that there are others
who do not accept being someone else's powerless serf.