Thursday, July 1, 2010

The Coming American Revolution by Christopher Bollyn

Where the election is a fiction, the representation is a fiction also. Like will always produce like.
- Thomas Paine to the Citizens of the United States, January 29, 1803

A revolution is brewing in the United States of America. The public discontent surrounding the costly and disastrous wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the firing of General Stanley A. McChrystal, and the BP oil spill in the Gulf are all indications that a revolution is nearing. There are, of course, many other grievances, such as the trillion dollar bail-out and taxes, but there is one issue that makes a revolution inevitable: the government lies and cover-up about what really happened on 9-11.

The publication in March 2009 of the discovery of a large amount of super-thermite in the dust of the pulverized World Trade Center was not just the end of the government's version as an acceptable explanation of what happened on 9-11 – it marked the beginning of the American revolution against the tyranny that has hijacked our republic.

President Obama says that U.S. troops are fighting in Afghanistan because of the terrorism of 9-11 but we have solid scientific evidence that the Twin Towers were demolished with an extremely powerful form of super-thermite made with nanotechnology. The government lies about 9-11 and the proof cannot co-exist in peace. The discovery of super-thermite effectively marked the end of the criminal regime that runs the United States. Its days are numbered.

Revolutions are usually associated with violence, but they don't have to be. Since 1990, half the nations of Europe and Asia have gone through peaceful revolutions that replaced the former dictatorships of the once mighty Soviet Union. The apartheid regime of South Africa also came to an end without violence. The revolution to restore the sovereignty of the American people certainly need not be violent, and really should not be.

The essential problem with the American republic today is that "the representation is a fiction" because our elections are fraudulent fiction. President Obama and the Congressmen running the United States do not really represent us, the American people. Our politicians are beholden to the people who put them in power, i.e. the people who own and control the electronic voting machine systems used across the United States.

The only way to peacefully restore the stolen sovereignty to the American people is to restore integrity and transparency to our elections. The widespread use of electronic voting machines is how our republic is stolen from us every time we hold elections. The easiest and surest way to get our nation back is to return to hand-counted paper ballots in every polling place across the United States. The Constitution gives the states and counties the authority to determine the manner of voting. The citizens in every county need to be involved and present at the counting of the votes in every polling place to properly authenticate the tally. This is the absolute essential condition, the conditio sine qua non of an open and democratic election. If the people are not involved in the counting of the votes, the election is not authentic. It's that simple. A few hours spent counting votes is a small price (but the absolute minimum required) to pay for preserving our republic.


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