For your own good … because ‘presumptions’are built into being a registered voter
“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable.” John F. Kennedy
By AL Whitney © copyround 2016
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For many years American voters have gone to the polls, selected what they thought was the lesser of two evils, pulled the lever in the voting booth and hoped for a change.
In spite of what Clinton, Bush, and Obama promised in their election campaigns, the only changes we have gotten over the past twenty years were for the worse. More jobs have been lost, more rules/restrictions have been implemented and we now find ourselves living in a surveillance state whereby the only real terrorists are illegal immigrants and our own police. Did you know that after 9/11 Israeli loyalists paid for law enforcement personnel to travel to Israel and learn how to treat the general public as terrorists?
Here are seven reasons why voting in American is a waste of time:
1.) Presidents are CEO’s of the federal corporation who are “selected” by the Bilderburgers – they are not “elected” by the people. They are puppets for the international bankers and they must implement anti-American globalization policies (like GATT, NAFTA, and the TPP) on the banksters behalf.
2.) The other so-called representatives people supposedly vote for have to promise favors to raise enough money for their election campaigns. This system is accurately referred to as “pay to play politics”. Consequently nearly all those seeking office are compromised from the get-go.
3.) Once elected, the so-called government representatives work for the interests of the city, county, state or federal corporations. They are obligated to function within their corporate charters, which allow them to set up huge rainy day funds called CAFRs. They do not work for the people and merely use the general public as a source of revenue for their own goals.
4.) Our political system is rigged to prevent third party candidates from winning. It is designed to keep the Hatfields (Republicans) and the McCoys (Democrats) doing battle as a distraction while the banksters continue to loot the country.
From the Banker’s Manifesto of 1892.
“History repeats itself in regular cycles. This truth is well known among our principal men who are engaged in forming an imperialism of the world. While they are doing this, the people must be kept in a state of political antagonism.
“The question of tariff reform must be urged through the organization known as the Democratic Party, and the question of protection with the reciprocity must be forced to view through the Republican Party.
“By thus dividing voters, we can get them to expend their energies in fighting over questions of no importance to us, except as teachers to the common herd. Thus, by discrete action, we can secure all that has been so generously planned and successfully accomplished.”
5.) The voting process itself was seized by the people’s enemies quite awhile ago. Most voting machines can be electronically hacked. (See: Computer programmer testifies under oath he coded computers to rig elections.) And, according to the author of VoteScam, James Collier (See: Voting is a Scam), the media reports the winners based on the wishes of insiders and there is no real way for the public to verify the results of any election.
6.) Congress has no real power. The so-called “agency network” (450+) and their attorneys run the country during a national emergency. The people do not elect the heads of these so-called agencies. They are all political appointees and none of them work for the people. Our country has been in a prolonged state of “national emergency” since 1933. See: Senate Report 93-549
7.) Lawyers run the country, not the elected representatives. As Yale law professor Fred Rodell exposed back in 1939 in his book Woe Unto You, Lawyers!
“It is the lawyers who run our civilization for us – our governments, our business, our private lives. Most legislators are lawyers; they make our laws. Most presidents, governors, commissioners, along with their advisers and brain-trusters are lawyers; they administer our laws. All the judges are lawyers; they interpret and enforce our laws. There is no separation of powers where the lawyers are concerned. There is only a concentration of all government power – in the lawyers. As the schoolboy put it, ours is “a government of lawyers, not of men.””
Dis-empower your voter registration
It is not enough to merely stop wasting time in a voting booth. There are ‘presumptions’ built into being a registered voter.
Initially when you registered to vote, it is presumed that you believed in our form of government (Federalism) and wanted to participate.
When you vote, it is presumed you still believe in our form of government (Federalism) and still want to participate.
The Secretary of State for each state keeps a list of registered voters. Thus, they know how many people in their state approve of our form of government (Federalism) and still wish to participate.
When you registered to vote, you volunteered to define yourself as a US Citizen, as only “US citizens” are eligible to vote. However, when you volunteer to be a “US citizen” you are actually defining your political character. According to the “Federalism” doctrine that CEO Bill Clinton brought into our world by signing Executive Order 13132 in 1999:
(d) The people of the States are free, subject only to restrictions in the Constitution itself or in constitutionally authorized Acts of Congress, to define the moral, political, and legal character of their lives.
Defining your political character as a US Citizen creates the presumption that all of the rules, restrictions, regulations and UCC codes of the commercial corporate government – no matter how inane – apply to you.
Some claim we obligate ourselves to the current commercial legal system with our Social Security number, however getting a Social Security Card is required by employers before they are willing to hire us. We are coerced into complying.
Others say we obligate ourselves to the current commercial legal system by using Federal Reserve Notes. But, since we have no alternative currency with which we can pay our utility bills, we comply out of necessity.
However, there is no coercion nor necessity involved with voter registration. It represents a purely voluntary choice to define your political character as a US Citizen.
If you are a registered voter you have nothing to gain by maintaining that status and a lot to lose.
Canceling your voter registration
So, how do we cancel our voter registration and kill the presumptions it represents?
The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 “allows the removal of a registrant’s name from the list of eligible voters, provided the information is confirmed in writing by the registrant.” It is not difficult to locate the appropriate government office to notify, as the United States Election Assistance Commission has compiled a directory identifying the entities to contact for each state.
This is the process I would use:
Locate the appropriate entity to notify by clicking on the Election Assistance Commission’s Election Directory for Cancellation Notices.
Here are the cancellation ‘rules’ in the Ohio Revised Code:
The filing by a registered elector [voter] of a written request with a board of elections, on a form prescribed by the secretary of state and signed by the elector [voter], that the registration be canceled. The filing of such a request does not prohibit an otherwise qualified elector [voter] from reregistering to vote at any time.
If you don’t have access to a computer, just call the office of the Secretary of State in your state. They will be able to tell you what is needed.
Do an online search for a cancellation form for the location on the list that applies to you. If you cannot find the form, contact the entity listed in the directory and request one.
Fill out the form, sign it and save a copy for your records.
NOTE: On the cancellation form for LA County, there was a non-citizen box to check. On the Ohio form there was not. So as I live in Ohio, I wrote the following above my name:
“This cancellation represents a declaration of my non US citizen political status.”
Mail it in.
To nullify the only truly voluntary action we take that obligates us to the corporate commercial entity currently called ‘government’ – is a very important first step towards regaining our unalienable rights.
Doreen Ann Agostino
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