Was our Constitution just a con job anyway?

Benjamin Franklin, James Madison and Alexander Hamilton, were three of the men who framed the infernal Constitution, and pushed for its ratification. Their document served the American aristocracy, not the people. In fact, the document was never put before the people for ratification. This is because it was openly opposed by the majority of men and women in the original thirteen states. The Constitutionalists were guileful traitors whose attendance at the Philadelphia Convention was kept secret for an entire generation. Their document served to leave the "door" of America unlocked and ajar, so that the country's foreign enemies could surreptitiously re-enter in the days and years following the supposed War of Independence. The hypocrisy and duplicity of the Federalists is directly responsible for the present rise of fascism and advent of the New World Order. We consider these men little more than British agents, because King George himself - the man who declared eternal war on America - could not have done as much damage to America as their actions wrought. Such a tyrannical future where property rights would be ignored, where a massive standing army would lurk unchallengeable, where Congressmen would hold office for life, where ruinous treaties would be commonplace, where Presidential powers would make Nero jealous, where gold and silver would vanish from circulation to be replaced by the worthless "notes" of a private banking conglomeration, where the States would be reduced to mere administrative departments of the feds, and where the grasp of taxation would actually reach into the common laborer's paycheck - all this was too fantastic to be even theoretically contemplated during the ratification debates - Kenneth W. Royce (Hologram of Liberty) When the duplicitous Hamilton was questioned as to why he helped draft the Constitution, he guardedly replied: My motives must remain in the depository of my own b****t. He was but one member of the Philadelphia Convention who secretly resented the independence of America. One perceptive dissenter realized this, and wrote: The Continental convention...was composed of some men of excellent characters; of others who were more remarkable for their ambition and cunning, than their patriotism; and of some who have been opponents to the independence of the United States - (Dissenting Address of the Pennsylvanian Convention, 18 December 1787) James Madison is considered the "father" of the US Constitution. He was heavily influenced, as were many American politicians, by the philosophy of French aristocrat Baron de Montesquieu, who believed in rule by monarchy. Madison was also influenced by the writings of the British empiricist philosopher John Locke, who was "a major investor in the English slave-trade through the Royal Africa Company." Madison was vehemently opposed to state independence, and he pushed the Constitution to keep power well and truly out of the hands of ordinary Americans. He openly advocated an anti-republican ideology, and explained how the illiterate masses should be divided and controlled: Where a majority are united by a common sentiment, and have an opportunity, the rights of the minor party become insecure. In a republican government the majority, if united, have always an opportunity. The only remedy is to enlarge the sphere and thereby divide the community into so great a number of interests and parties that, in the first place, a majority will not be likely, at the same moment, to have a common interest separate from that of the whole, or of the minority; and, in the second place, that, in case they should have such an interest, they may not be so apt to unite in the pursuit of it - (Elliot's Debates, Vol. 5) Weapons of Mass Destruction Found The Constitution Con Madison was the only delegate to keep records of proceedings at the Convention. However, his notes were not made public until four years after his death. They had been thoroughly edited.

Asked By: Cotton Candy Lady - 4/17/2009
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It wasn't a con job. Our shadow banking system is a con job. Your completely nuts.
Answered By: Athan - 4/17/2009
Additional Answers (9)
You can't fix stupid
Answered By: Simple Jack - 4/17/2009
What? Did you delete the other question you just posted like this because you were called a kool-aid drinker... More
Answered By: dudeman612 - 4/17/2009
Yes the constitution can be changed by their systems anytime they like.. It is not a total protection.
Answered By: houseofjoseph2000 - 4/17/2009
Run run now, Black helicopters are coming for you
Answered By: satcomgrunt - 4/17/2009
....You sir, are an idiot, and the reason why the founding fathers chose an electoral college over a simple majority vote.
Answered By: Nick B - 4/17/2009
On the contrary, I think it is the best document we have. There are two things that make America great: the U.S. Constitution and the immigrants.
Answered By: tuna.talkalot - 4/17/2009
Let me just say that the majority of problems we face today are a result of not following the constitution. The power to coin money is the sole responsibility of Congress, according to the Constitution. Today, this powers wrests within the hands of a private bank, with no oversight by the government. The income tax... More
Answered By: Alice - 4/17/2009
Answered By: Hater Police - 4/17/2009
No. You should read the Constitution. Our problems are not caused by the Constitution, they are caused by not adhering to it.
Answered By: Joseph L - 4/17/2009
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