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Taking Back What is Ours

Updated on November 1, 2014

Mike's Common Sense

We The People...are the basic tenets of why our country was formed, and why the Constitution and the Bill of Rights were incorporated into our government. " We The People" as American citizens are ensured though our birthright, and that fact that we are FREE men, certain rights bestowed upon us by our founding fathers. The reason our founding fathers went through such pains is to help ensure that "We The People" would not ever have to go through serfdom, and slavery that so many others before them had to endure from their government.

Our Federal government, most state and local governments have been infiltrated, and taken over by agents that answer to the international bankers, and large corporations. "We The People" have become little more than grist to be ground under the wheels of these people. We as a people need to start paying attention to how many rights, and privileges we have lost to the Federal government in the supposed need for safety from terrorists, and the like.

This brings up the question, how do We The People take back what is rightfully ours, and how do we make our government subservient to us, instead of us being subservient to them?. The purpose of this article is to show how it can be done.

First we need to recognize who and what is the enemy to our freedom, our Constitution, and our ability to function as free men and women, and not as indentured servants. The primary concern for all of us is to take back our legislatures on a Federal, and state level. This means that almost all incumbent Senators, and Representatives need to be voted out of office. If the incumbent voted for the trillion dollar bail out of the banks, he/she needs to be voted out of office. If they voted for the so called "Patriot Act", they need to be voted out. If he/she voted for the,National Defense Authorization Act, (NDAA) they need to be voted out. If he/she voted for HR 3534 to give control of our coasts, harbors, great lakes, and rivers to the United Nations, they need to be voted out. We need to vote for people who openly support the Constitution, and who's voting record proves that they are patriotic. We need to rise above the two party paradigm and vote for candidates that will represent their constituents, no matter their party, and not the people supplying them with money.

On a local level we need to elect county sheriffs that will stand up the the Feds and will keep them out of local matters that are entrusted to them by the Constitution. This point is very important. As long as we have courts to uphold the Constitution, we need to have strong people in charge that will stand up to the Feds, and take them to court if necessary to protect their people.

Third, we need to over throw the Federal Reserve Bank. The Fed as it is called, is not Federal in that it answers to the government, but it is an independent corporation that is run by off shore bankers. Our entire money supply, and control is in the hands of foreigners! Our currency is quickly being turned into Monopoly money by these folks as they work for a one world currency, and government that will be run by them. We need to elect people like Ron Paul and others who openly call for the end to the Fed.

Fourth, SUPPORT STATE'S RIGHTS! A wise man said, "Countries are a fire-wall to tyranny". Well in our case states are a fire-wall to tyranny. State's rights are found in the tenth, and eleventh amendments of the Constitution. Any attempt at the Federal Government's infringement of these State's rights must be fought in the court.

Our government was not infiltrated over night, and there is no quick cure on how to get it back. That being said, the quickest way to get it back is through citizen action, please get involved.

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    • muley84 profile imageAUTHOR

      Michael A Muehleisen 

      7 years ago from Miami,FL

      Hi Adnohr so good to see you again. Education is what is needed but it won't come from the main stream media because they are owned by the elites. I recommend The Alex Jones radio show to keep up with the globalist's agenda.

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      Adnohr 

      7 years ago

      Mike, I think maybe the ordinary citizen, who is essential for such reforms to take place, are so busy trying to keep his/her head above water that it leaves little energy to fight back, other than complain. There is a serious lack of information too - things are slipped by the citizen, who only realizes what has happened when it is all over. Even then, the implications of all the new rules and regulations are never fully understood. Maybe intense education of the masses is what is needed to get the ball rolling.

      Great post!

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      Michael A Muehleisen 

      8 years ago from Miami,FL

      Hi LRC! Thanks for your lengthy and well thought comment. The major thing is to vote out incumbents in Congress. The new folks may be bought but they know they are on notice. We need to break through the two party paradigm. Both side are bought and elections a little more than popularity contests fueled by exposure (money). We need to do our homework and make intelligent choices.

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      LRCBlogger 

      8 years ago

      Mike you said our congress and lawmakers answer to bankers and large corporations. You are 100% correct. To even address fixing the problem, the 1st thing we need to do is remove the conflict of money in politics. Politicians needs to raise millions to get elected. In order to get these millions, they make pledges to corporations and special interest groups. They are essentially "bought." They also get the added bonus of being treated to a lavish lifestyle paid for by lobbyist.

      There is a bill called "fair elections Now Act" that is a very good and comprehensive campaign finance reform bill. So far, 152 Dem supporters in the House and 2 Republicans. I agree that we need to get a lot of the career politicians out of washington but you would be replacing them with newly bought politicians. Take a look at the current elections, any newcomer that has a chance has already taken millions in campaign financing.

      Solution is to do the following: #1 Elect more Democrats and be proactive citzens to ensure they pass the Fair Elections Now Act. #2 After this is done, lawmakers will have to vote for the people, your choices in candidates will be much easier as they will no longer be indebted to someone other than the american people.

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