If you are an American wondering how to fight DC organized crime, first consider your own part in egging them on.
For instance, consider ten popular, inaccurate terms that have kept us programmed in Soviet-style, upside-down civics. This is part of the political vocabulary that has been used by our enemies to transform our servants into our masters, and make us speak like serfs rather than sovereigns.
Before we go to the ten common but inaccurate civics terms, two points.
First, I always capitalize State, never capitalize federal and I write supreme Court as the founders did; let’s deprogram our state-run education. Second, popular sovereignty is collective, not individual; we are not each a sovereign monarch as ‘sovereign citizen’ anarchists suggest. Our unique system, popular sovereignty, is the antithesis of anarchy.
With that said, here are the ten terms that you always use, that you never should…
Nation– America is a constitutional republic; see U.S. Constitution, Article IV, Section 4. A ‘nation’ is a population under a central government. It is the cruel, despotic, lawless system forced on us by Dishonest Abe Lincoln and by D.C. ever since. Yes, I know; politicians use it all the time. Yet, despite the semantic argument since the Federalist vs. Anti-Federalist debate: by law, these united States are a republic, not a nation. For more on this, see this blog article.
Democracy– Calling America a ‘democracy’ is as inaccurate as calling us a monarchy. Here is James Madison: “Democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention; have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property; and have in general been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their death.” And John Adams: “Democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.” And finally, Jefferson: “A democracy is merely mob rule, where 51% of the people may take away the rights of the other 49%.”
Government– Most people who say, “I’m against the government!” in truth are against organized crime. Remember, We The People are the highest level of government. By law, federal government is only those performing the duties enumerated in Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution. Those who skim payroll accounts, counterfeit money, open the borders, etc. are not government but organized crime.
Revolution– means overturning a government. In our Constitution, We The People create, define and severely limit government; the last thing we want to do is overturn it!
Grassroots– We The People are the highest level of human government in our republic. Why use the politically-brainwashed term grassroots, as though we are earthworms underfoot?
Voter– We are constantly breathing, sitting, or walking, but we do not call ourselves sitters or walkers or breathers. We must stop saying voter; it is not a noun! Voting is only a very small part of our citizen power and duty. Many productive Americans do not vote; D.C. organized crime turned our election process into a sham (every president for the past 25 years was elected by less than 25% of Americans). Banana republic voters choose puppets; let us graduate to actual self-government.
Elected leaders– Someone who violates the Constitution every day is no leader, except to criminals and parasites who share the booty. Have you ever been led by a politician – even by a very good one? Statesmen represent sovereigns; they do not lead serfs. This goes for state legislators, too. [This also applies to the term ‘elected officials’; if an office is nowhere authorized by us in the Constitution, a person cannot be an official. Public servant is a fitting term if they are honest, or criminal if they are not.
The Honorable– This one is a no-brainer. They use it to refer to one another, but that’s a very sick joke. There is no more dishonorable cohort of our population than politicians. So if in writing them a note for whatever reason you still use this ridiculous term to refer to any politician, stop it! You’re only encouraging criminals.
Constituent– This one is even worse than voter, as if all the tiny citizens make up their big, powerful politician. We do not collectively constitute our public servants; we are supposed to inform and superintend them. In the Constitution we charge ourselves with assuring that they obey the law.
Tyranny- is a term used for a corrupt monarchy; a sovereign by custom or law who becomes corrupt or ruthless. But our lawless servants in government are serial financial criminals, extortionists, defrauders, embezzlers, shameless bureaucrats, etc – not only in D.C. but in every federal office from coast to coast. Technically, this is not ‘tyranny’; it is widespread crime.
So you see that words, like ideas, have consequences. We need to start using accurate vocabulary as we embark on this new way of life called TACTICAL CIVICS™. When Obama said he would “fundamentally transform the United States”, he was dead serious. The Deep State is criminal and very entrenched. Most politicians today are not to be trusted and certainly never to be treated as masters or celebrities. They are your servants!