Monday, February 4, 2013

The Constitution Dictator

   What you are about to read is new knowledge.  I dispense these things from time to time because I have been instructed to.
   The American Constitution is the first instance in history of codifying socialism and tribalism and monarchy into an instruction sheet. This is considered to be and is called "liberty" by most Americans who still call themselves Americans. The people who are living here "illegally" don't really give a shit about politics so they sort of have a leg up on the Americans, cause the latter still think that America is Something Actual. But it isn't. It's just some people within a political border who may or may not wind up in jail in five minutes.
   Calling the Constitution a guarantor of freedom is basically a lie. It does not guarantee freedom or liberty, it does not guarantee anything because for one thing it is only half a contract. No Americans under it have signed it. So what good is the guarantee. However in the Sacred Realm of Government where godlike wonders are put into play at the signing of a "bill" or by proclamation if things need to move along more quickly, saying something guarantees something is to actually make the guarantee good. Even when it's actually worthless. Because that is what "faith" is: belief in something supernatural. Even though there is no evidence that the supernatural in any arena actually exists, forget about proof, there is no evidence, even.
   The Constitution is a blueprint for socialism. All of human history before the Constitution just put socialism into operation on a hit or miss basis, or a war and conquest basis, followed by struggles for power and intrigue and more warring and it was all - from the dirt piles of Kenya to Queen Elizabeth's Court - it was all a kind of haphazard affair and no one was ever on the same page.
   The American Constitution changed all that. Taxation, incarceration, conscription, and confiscation of private property - the four essential tasks of government: any government; of any kind; of the 20 or so allegedly different kinds - these four Considered Essential atrocities were for the first time spelled out as to the particulars of the method for the 4 atrocities to be doled out. In fact it's the Constitution's immediate order of business after the Preamble, which I call "the throwing down of the gauntlet." After the "We the people" commie nonsense - which alone should give a clue to anyone smarter than a fucking Apache - after the preamble, the Constitution starts its day with the words "All legislative power herein granted....."
    I didn't grant anyone any power. What's this "power" bullshit. How does someone grant someone else "power." And why is the power legislative power. Why isn't it reading power. Or writing power. Well I'll tell you why, because reading power and writing power is not ruling power.
   So the opening line of the Constitution should read "All ruling power herein granted....." yada yada yada. 
   What this looks like to me is a bunch of guys decided there would be a pack of people separate from the people the first pack of people decided they were separate from; and that this first pack of people would rule the second pack of people.
   Apparently the second pack of people decided that this was a really good idea.
   I am not in that pack. And I am not in the first pack either. All this regal majesty and powers and congress and legislation and senators and presidents and the morass of shit that has mutated from these things, committees, departments, agencies, commissions, regulatorians...all this shit has come out of the ass of the Constitution. It did not come out of me and I was not consulted.
   No one who proclaims the amazing wondrousness and majesty of the Constitution has ever actually read it, much less contemplated its existence at all. I mean if you haven't read it, why are you defending it? And the answer would be "Because!!!"
   Most people back off from criticizing the constitution - (which no one actually does, except me) - because the "because" is so furious and blue-faced that the discussion, or whatever it is that is occurring, usually ends at that point, with one guy blue in the face and the other guy running away.
   I don't run away though, I just stay there and watch the guy get blue in the face cause, i dunno, it's kinda bitchin', seein' that happen.
   Socialism is the tribal arrangement in which all private property belongs to someone else, not the owner.
   Capitalism is the system, social or otherwise, in which all private property belongs to the rightful owner.
   All human societies in recorded history have been socialistic.
   No human society in recorded history has been capitalistic.
   American was capitalistic between defeating England and the day the Constitution went into effect. then it became socialistic.
   The American Socialistic Society was the first human socialistic society to be written down on paper before being kicked into action.
   THIS is the only definitive aspect and "advanced" nature of the Constitution; that it was the first time a socialistic society had been itemized in detail as to its operation prior to it becoming the actual "governing body." Throughout history this had always come about by kicking and screaming and ripping and tearing and assassinations and treachery and double crossing and butchery and cunning and violence.
   The American Constitution changed all that.  People actually sat down quietly or debated civilly and with polite restraint the exact operation of a socialist government and how best to preserve and safeguard and maintain its lock on power until it sucked-up all the property of all the citizens and then forced all the now propertyless citizens into either forced labor or a mass grave.
   The American Constitution showed everyone a clean, clear, safe and delightfully easy path for everyone to follow to make this all happen as efficiently and in as orderly a manner as possible.
   So: how's that Constitution working out for you personally these days? Pretty good? Got yourself a pretty good lock on the future for your 300 mexican kids and 10,000 mexican inlaws where you will all be rocket scientists and explorers of the universe? Probably not, because if you're a Mexican, America has a long way more to fall before it comes close to the shithole of socialism that you left in Meheeko. That's because Pancho Villa didn't write a solid constitution. Things collapsed quickly in Mexico once the Spanish left and the Aztecs took over. Lots of running-blood is all an Aztec needs to feel fulfilled and Civilized.
   But what if you're not a mexican. What if you are a white Christian who salutes the flag and recites the pledge of allegiance and hugs the flag and defends the Constitution: how's your future looking right now under that Constitution you are defending so strongly that you never fucking actually read and prattle-on about how glorious it fucking is, that thing you never read and probably would not understand if you did.
   Hey, serves you right for being so intellectually lazy and for believing a piece of paper composed by "enlightened servants of the Architect of the Masonic Universe" who wore powdered wigs and incredibly ugly pants was going to be your salvation. It's not your salvation, your eternal handcuffs, dude. They don't even have locks and you still won't take them off. You could be kinda fucked up. Have a joint. Maybe that will help. Hey, the shit worked for Mexico. Could work for you.


At February 5, 2013 at 7:42 AM , Blogger Backwater said...

Are there Others,such as you,out there?

At February 10, 2013 at 12:58 PM , Blogger Woodstock said...

Oh yes.

At February 10, 2013 at 6:12 PM , Blogger Backwater said...

Hawg & dog. The universe is in ballance.


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