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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

independence honestly

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

energy power

The unacceptable risk of political values is more evident everyday in that human values are more uncared for. The financial responsibility factor proves money destroys responsibility. How do we credit the only people who know the solution if they don't desire financial compensation? I believe appreciation is a concept that needs to be put in trust as a non-profit economy for care-givers. The care-takers judge themselves by symptoms of critical reflexes. A separate branch of economy needs to be developed as a new balance of energy over power to compensate the previous imbalance. Take the power over energy away!

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

declared military independence

The America as originally designed, had no military budget or standing Army (that's what the second Amendment meant.) George Washington insisted on no standing army. The taxes needed to pay The Rothchilds for The Revolution were taken advantage of by Hamilton, who would help privatize the Treasury department. Jefferson tried to teach that law-making and enforcement were the only reason for taxation and "The Banks" indebted him for not buying into their conspiracy. He knew private interest is a care-taker but a rePUBLIC is a care-giver. He did more to invest in freedom of the press and education than credited to him. His influence on Washington was from the shared apprehension for a standing army because of marshall law tendencies to be undermine republican ideals. 

"It astonishes me to find... [that so many] of our countrymen... should be contented to live under a system which leaves to their governors the power of taking from them the trial by jury in civil cases, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom of commerce, the habeas corpus laws, and of yoking them with a standing army. This is a degeneracy in the principles of liberty... which I [would not have expected for at least] four centuries." - Thomas Jefferson to William Stephens Smith, 1788 

The "change" is to NOT be a government (as we know it, a government can NEVER be a republic because of inequality leaders imply) Jefferson wanted to be an educator, what we need is a therapist! I want Obama to take legal precedent to REboot  The Constitution by repealing ALL LAWS! Obama's sell-out to the banks kept him from being assassinated! but maybe he could take them to account, like ICELAND has done, for $14Trillion that a nonexistent future can't possibly be responsible for without terrorism becoming the industry designed by NeoCons (Cons-piracy). Money-changers have indebted humanity to a point where we must design a credit that only education can be ALLOWANCE for... pay-off student debt and start paying for the "research & development" Universities could become... Doctors would become that 1% of a "Do No Harm" branch of economy! Their "health-care" would be to pay patients to be compliant. Every sick & ignorant person would get credit for their efforts (to be part of "A Practicing Republic.") Government wants to make us a noun (servant) & we need to be a verb (service.) 

Free government?


I hope to see shortly a perfect consolidation, to effect which, nothing shall be spared on my part; short of the abandonment of the principles of our revolution. A just and solid republican government maintained here, will be a standing monument and example for the aim and imitation of the people of other countries; and I join with you in the hope and belief that they will see, from our example, that a free government is of all others the most energetic ; that the inquiry which has been excited among the mass of mankind by our revolution and its consequences, will ameliorate the condition of man over a great portion of the globe. What. a satisfaction have we in the contemplation of the benevolent effects of our efforts, compared with those of the leaders on the other side, who have discountenanced all advances in science as dangerous innovations, have endeavored to render philosophy and republicanism terms of reproach, to persuade us that man cannot be governed but by the rod, etc.

– Thomas Jefferson, letter to John Dickinson, Washington, March 6, 1801; ME 10:217-21