The People of the US Must Take Back Their Government NowBy Anastasia Battle
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Yesterday the entire world, and everything you may have assumed about its future, changed. Ask yourself and everyone you know this question: If a Russia-backed, Russia-financed Cuba were fighting a US-backed “Bay of Pigs”-style military force over a period of months; and if Cuba launched two drones against the White House, which were shot down; if, the next day, Russia’s Foreign minister said, “it’s up to the Cubans to decide how they want to fight their war,” what do you think the US would do?
Recently, Russia announced to the world a change in its “thermonuclear first strike” policy. It was made clear that, under conditions of “an existential threat to Russia,” involving an attack using either thermonuclear or conventional weapons, Russia reserves the option to use all its weapons in response. As of yesterday, has the situation, in the eyes of Russia, reached that point of existential threat? Add to that the recent revelations of plans for a "post Russia" breakup of the nation into 41 pieces. Perhaps it would be wise to listen in the next days to what the Russians are saying.
Unfortunately, the United States does not have a Franklin Roosevelt, John Kennedy or Martin Luther King in the White House. American citizens are therefore required to act, in the absence of an elected leadership capable of preserving the “life, liberty and happiness” of the republic. We are individually mandated to do so by the American Declaration of Independence which says, “that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed., that whenever any government becomes destructive of those ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its Foundation upon such principles and organizing its Powers in such form as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”
The people of the United States must take back their government now, by invoking the General Welfare clause of the Constitution. This means an immediate halt to the funding of the war in Ukraine, a prohibition against American troops being deployed there, and an official denunciation of the attack on the Kremlin. This also means a re-organization of the financial system, and a reversal of the unbridled power of the military/monetary complex. To discuss these matters we have convened an emergency panel for tonight’s TLO discussion.