Sunday, October 12, 2014

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A voice of the true America

True Voice of America
It is very clear that our friends, the American people, have had foisted upon them by trickery and deceit a government that serves other interests than theirs.
Serving a corrupt criminal elite, it has turned democracy into a con game.
In its domestic conduct it has shown itself to be an enemy of its own people, while in its foreign policy it has shown itself time and again to be the single greatest instrument of international anarchy, turmoil and war at this time. It has taken the American people down a path they never intended to take, dragged their good name into the gutter and all but bankrupted what was once the world’s most vibrant economy.
What happens in America has a profound effect, for good or ill, upon global civilisation and that is why all of us have a vested interest in the ultimate triumph of men loyal to its constitution and the principles enshrined therein, a constitution that is spat upon daily by the criminals who have hijacked American governance. It is also the reason why, as we decry the bad example set by those enemies of the people, we must also applaud and assist the good example set by those who refuse to let those principles be snuffed out.
A wise man once said that the price of freedom is eternal vigilasnce and a constant willingness to fight back. Once again the American people find themselves the victims of a parasitic elite, an elite encamped on their own doorstep and against which they will have to fight back if the are to recover the freedoms for which their forebears fought so valiantly.
But are the living generations of Americans equal to the task as their forebears once were? We think they are. As their patience with their nation’s hijackers runs out, as they awaken to the setbacks that have been inflicted upon them by stealth, as they overcome the natural disbelief of good people at the duplicity, dishonestly, corruption and cruelty of which lesser men are capable, we know they will rise to the occasion.
America restored by its good citizens to observance of the principles of its own constitution, principles forged in revolution – the throwing off by a free people of the shackles of empire – can and will be again a force for good in the world, a bastion of liberty and sane governance, a shining example for the world to follow. That potential for America to establish global influence to shape the advance of civilisation in the direction of true democracy, social justice, honest endeavour, liberty and peace is probably a major reason why she has been targeted for destruction from within by criminal elements who see no profit or advantage for themselves in a world inspired and motivated by such an example.
A second American revolution is sparking into life at the grass roots, or rather the original revolution is rediscovering its basic purposes. One of its voices is the “Campaign for Liberty”. Below we quote in full its statement of principles, not least because those principles, championed by the free men of America are universal principles applicable to free peoples everywhere. Once again we look in hope to the true America – not the hijacked and abused America of its criminal elite – for a good example to be inspired by and follow. - Editor
About Campaign for Liberty
Statement of Principles
Americans inherit from our ancestors a glorious tradition of freedom and resistance to oppression.  Our country has long been admired by the rest of the world for her great example of liberty and prosperity—a light shining in the darkness of tyranny.
But many Americans today are frustrated.  The political choices they are offered give them no real choice at all.  For all their talk of “change,” neither major political party as presently constituted challenges the status quo in any serious way.  Neither treats the Constitution with anything but contempt.  Neither offers any kind of change in monetary policy.  Neither wants to make the reductions in government that our crushing debt burden demands.  Neither talks about bringing American troops home not just from Iraq but from around the world.  Our country is going bankrupt, and none of these sensible proposals are even on the table.
This destructive bipartisan consensus has suffocated American political life for many years.  Anyone who tries to ask fundamental questions instead of cosmetic ones is ridiculed or ignored.
That is why the Campaign for Liberty was established: to highlight the neglected but common-sense principles we champion and reinsert them into the American political conversation.
The U.S. Constitution is at the heart of what the Campaign for Liberty stands for, since the very least we can demand of our government is fidelity to its own governing document.  Claims that our Constitution was meant to be a “living document” that judges may interpret as they please are fraudulent, incompatible with republican government, and without foundation in the constitutional text or the thinking of the Framers.  Thomas Jefferson spoke of binding our rulers down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution, and we are proud to follow in his distinguished lineage.
With our Founding Fathers, we also believe in a noninterventionist foreign policy.  Inspired by the old Robert Taft wing of the Republican Party, we are convinced that the American people cannot remain free and prosperous with 700 military bases around the world, troops in 130 countries, and a steady diet of war propaganda.  Our military overstretch is undermining our national defense and bankrupting our country.
We believe that the free market, reviled by people who do not understand it, is the most just and humane economic system and the greatest engine of prosperity the world has ever known.
We believe with Ludwig von Mises, Henry Hazlitt, and F.A. Hayek that central banking distorts economic decision making and misleads entrepreneurs into making unsound investments.  Hayek won the Nobel Prize for showing how central banks’ interference with interest rates sets the stage for economic downturns.  And the central bank’s ability to create money out of thin air transfers wealth from the most vulnerable to those with political pull, since it is the latter who receive the new money before the price increases it brings in its wake have yet occurred.  For economic and moral reasons, therefore, we join the great twentieth-century economists in opposing the Federal Reserve System, which has reduced the value of the dollar by 95 percent since it began in 1913.
We oppose the dehumanizing assumption that all issues that divide us must be settled at the federal level and forced on every American community, whether by activist judges, a power-hungry executive, or a meddling Congress.  We believe in the humane alternative of local self-government, as called for in our Constitution.
We oppose the transfer of American sovereignty to supranational organizations in which the American people possess no elected representatives.  Such compromises of our country’s independence run counter to the principles of the American Revolution, which was fought on behalf of self-government and local control.  Most of these organizations have a terrible track record even on their own terms: how much poverty have the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund actually alleviated, for example?  The peoples of the world can interact with each other just fine in the absence of bureaucratic intermediaries that undermine their sovereignty.
We believe that freedom is an indivisible whole, and that it includes not only economic liberty but civil liberties and privacy rights as well, all of which are historic rights that our civilization has cherished from time immemorial.
Our stances on other issues can be deduced from these general principles.
Our country is ailing.  That is the bad news.  The good news is that the remedy is so simple and attractive: a return to the principles our Founders taught us.  Respect for the Constitution, the rule of law, individual liberty, sound money, and a noninterventionist foreign policy constitute the foundation of the Campaign for Liberty.
The Liberty Beacon UK highly recommends that you visit Campaign for Liberty
Editor’s note:
You may have found this passage hard to get your head around “. . .the central bank’s ability to create money out of thin air transfers wealth from the most vulnerable to those with political pull, since it is the latter who receive the new money before the price increases it brings in its wake have yet occurred.  For economic and moral reasons, therefore, we join the great twentieth-century economists in opposing the Federal Reserve System, which has reduced the value of the dollar by 95 percent since it began in 1913.”
Yet it is extremely important because it touches upon something that underpins the hijack by rapacious banking cartels not just of America but of the United Kingdom, the West and through them much of the planet. It is in the interests of every citizen that he or she grasps what is essentially a con that is driving their country and global civilisation to ruin. But a con no longer works when its intended victims understand how they are being played. So please take the trouble to educate yourself on an important principle your media are NEVER going to tell you about (mainly because most journalists and editors don’t understand it either).
Ignorance is not bliss; in this context ignorance is slavery. To help you gain the understanding that may well set you free, I have made available a free book that explains in simple terms what is meant by banks “creating money out of thin air”, and “central banking” and so on. Pick up your copyhere.

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