In light of the recent execution of officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjen Liu we need to take a serious look at what racist politicians are doing to incite violence against police or any other people and what we people are not doing to protect them. We should acknowledge that, yes, a percentage of police officers are corrupt. But even if 20% of police officers are corrupt, that means that 80% are not corrupt and they deserve our support to help weed out those who are corrupt.
I have seen many complaints about government run schools. So many people dislike that fact that schools are teaching their children to accept homosexuality, inter racial relations, the theory of evolution as fact, and the acceptance of the satanic religion of Islam as peaceful. They gripe about what government runs schools do, but fail to do anything about it. Some of them will go to the school board meetings to complain there, but none of this has any impact on the course of the conditioning our children are exposed to.
Lead by Representative Ken Ivory, Utah plans to seize control of it's own land. The federal government to date controls the land that is actuallly part of Utah. The federal government is not permitted to own land under the terms of treaties signed to obtain the land originally. When Utah became a state, the land transferred to the state, yet the federal government, a foreign entity in relation to Utah, took control of the land as "national parks".
The American People's Peacekeepers is a member organization of volunteers who recognize that people are sovereign above government and uphold common law in these united states of America. We recognize that the people in these united states are not servants of government, but the government is subservient to the people. We protect our liberties directly when the need arises and will not succumb to an intrusive government overstepping its bounds. Any act of government to overstep its bounds will be viewed as an attack on these untied states of America by a domestic enemy.
Some readers may wonder why I so commonly use the terminology "these united states" when referring to the group of states known as The United States of America and why I do not capitalize the name. The United States of America is a title and one name of a trust formed at the establishment of these united states. Contrary to what American people have been taught in government run schools, the group of member states are separate nations. The United States is a name that was actually trademarked by the corporation The United States of America.
I recently watched (again) the video about an airman in the Air Force and the injuries he sustained and his overcoming these injuries. He had lost both of his legs and his hand when a rocket RPG exploded 3 feet from where he stood. He was thrown 25 feet in the air.
People seem to be at a loss about what can be done to correct the wrongs of the corporations that we have been told run our government. You should be aware that a corporation has no more authority over you than Walmart or Home Depot. The united states of America formed a 2nd corporation in 1879 (thereabouts) to operate the business of the federal government. With the corporation it was able to do what any other corporation could do. It did not gain any authority over people in forming this new corporation.
Article 52 of the Magna Carta indicates that if a sovereign is wronged, the wrong can be made right by taking the issue to "the 25 barons" or grand jury.
There is a great deal of intentional confusion in these united states about whether or not people are citizens of the united states. I have read explanations about sovereign citizens. Some say Citizen with a capital C is a sovereign citizen and with a lower c is a subject citizen.
I have listened and read complaints by many people about the size of government in these untied states for years now. The way that most people attempt to fix a bloated government is to elect other people who promise to reduce the size of government. Yet, if we look at government, it has never gotten smaller and only gotten bigger since its inception in the united states of America. As a matter of fact, I have met people from some European countries who talk about how much worse the police are here than in their home countries.