11 thoughts on “The U.S. Constitution Con: Why Freedom in the USA is an Illusion

  1. ‘The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union
    was America’s true constitution before it was
    unnecessarily derided and overruled by cunning
    self-serving traitors desperate to create an
    American monarchy in disguise. Today these men
    would be referred to as Globalists or
    Internationalists……Had the rules of the Articles of
    Confederation been adhered to, the Constitution would never have been adopted’

    The ‘education’ system was one of the first that had to be taken over to indoctrinate us with lies
    Thanks Hal, this is excellent

  2. I haven’t read all 36 pages, but this post prompted me to look at The Articles of Confederation posted here:


    I am ever rehabilitating my deficient history education but seems to me The Articles of Confederation are mostly looking out for the states and not so much for the individual. Glancing at Tsarion’s piece, I see he gives a tiny nod to The Bill of rights, but I do not see where it is clearly and strongly shown that The Articles of Confederation cannot hold a candle to The Bill of Rights in terms of assuring that my personal liberty shall not be infringed. I’m all for exposing the con of The Constitution, but not at the expense of marginalizing The Bill of Rights. I may be missing something and certainly have more studying to do, but this was my first reaction.


    1. Spot on galen, neither provided for a Bill of Rights.
      In chapter 7 ( Fraud: The Game Plan Used to Establish the Constitution) of ‘The Constitution That Never Was, How The American People Have Been Conned by Lawyers’, author Ralph Boryszewski writes, The legislatures of all the states except Rhode Island appointed deputies to that Convention of 1787. Of the fifty- five who attended, thirty-four were lawyers. Therefore, lawyers had the vote to control the Convention. The Convention delegates should have declared that without the presence of Rhode Island, they were without jurisdiction to proceed.
      Even before the Convention had assembled in Philadelphia, the lawyers had already made plans to abandon the Confederation and start a new government.
      The seven-member Virginia delegation, of which four (a majority) were lawyers, had groomed General Washington to become President of the Convention to give the Convention a semblance of authenticity. Washington, who was widely admired by the people of the time, would more readily lead the people to accept the new Constitution and government.
      The convention was the work of delegates appointed by the state legislatures; it was not the work of trusted persons elected by the people. The delegates who were appointed to revise the Articles of Confederation were not authorized to draft a new constitution, nor were they authorized to claim it was done in the name of the people.
      It goes on but the point is well made that everything since the convening of that convention is based in fraud.

    2. The state cares only for the state.
      The Bill of Rights (natural rights) is ours and not for the state.
      As Henry said…
      “It ain’t gonna enforce itself”

  3. “Article IV. The better to secure and perpetuate mutual friendship and intercourse among the people of the different states in this union, the free inhabitants of each of these states, paupers, vagabonds and fugitives from Justice excepted, shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of free citizens in the several states…” I guess that means only the obedient and wealthy get “privileges?”

    And yes, we’re called “citizens.” And it speaks of our “privileges,” saying we “shall enjoy therein all the privileges of trade and commerce, subject to the same duties…” So, we need their permission to trade with whom we will? And the word “subject” pops up, as does “duties,” of which one dictionary definition is: “a payment due and enforced by law or custom, in particular a payment levied on the import, export, manufacture, or sale of goods.”

    And play with this for a while, from Article V: “Freedom of speech and debate in Congress shall not be impeached or questioned in any Court, or place out of Congress, and the members of congress shall be protected in their persons from arrests and imprisonments, during the time of their going to and from, and attendance on congress, except for treason, felony, or breach of the peace.” They sure are looking out for themselves, no?

    1. But I now see that this supposed protecting of states rights, all along, was for keeping the power with the union as the 13th and last Article of Confederation shows: “Every State shall abide by the determinations of the united states, in congress assembled, on all questions which by this confederation are submitted to them. And the Articles of this confederation shall be inviolably observed by every state, and the union shall be perpetual; nor shall any alteration at any time hereafter be made in any of them, unless such alteration be agreed to in a congress of the united states, and be afterwards con-firmed by the legislatures of every state.”

      Attempting to make the states less powerful, I think this is really an attempt to make “the individual” the least powerful.


    2. Sorry, I had to stay with this. I think I’m done now. (wink)
      Tsarion: “The alleged ‘People’ are not, therefore, free and sovereign members of a country, as they would have been under the Articles of Confederation drawn up after the War of Independence.” If that were true, why were so many fighting for a Bill of Rights? I wonder if he even read The Articles of Confederation where they call us “citizens” granted “privileges.”

      Goes on: “The scrapping of the US Constitution is essential. Americans must revise and update the Articles of Confederation and abolish the corrupt totalitarian Federal apparatus of control..” This is no small request: I read it as, “Forget The Bill of Rights, and settle into being a subject under The Articles of Confederation. You may get privileges.”

      Tsarion holds up and validates some of the founders as guardians of liberty. Points to Sam Adams who vigorously worked to quell lawful rebellion against forced poverty. And Tsarion forgets to mention that the traitor Lincoln stole sovereignty and delivered martial law. Then he points to 9/11 – no mention of Mossad though. He uses the word “democracy” like it’s a good thing. Unless I missed it, and I could have, I did not see the word “REPUBLIC” anywhere.


      1. You Galen, are exactly correct!

        It is all a game of sophistry, the legal speak meant to confound the uninitiated.

        The terms of their contracts are all one sided, their references to us as citizens, subjects as a collective are meant to enslave.

        We are free men and women, we must fight the same fight that has been raging for all human time, it is that of the predator and the prey.

        Well I pray for the strength and conviction to wage this fight alone I guess, since our organized militias are all but Tory militias.

        So be it.

  4. All wrong…. the downfall began when Lincoln the Tyrant forced the South back into the a Union at the point of a gun. This was the beginning of the end for the Jeffersonian model of small government .

    1. Wrong.
      This shit began with the first congress, creating the office of Attorney General and declaring original jurisdiction belonged to the government without going through the ratification process, Article 5 of the Constitution, and then that treasonous son of a bitch George Washington signed the unlawful declaration, which was unlawful under the Constitution they had just ratified through the aristocracy appointed representatives making the whole thing an oxymoron.
      We the people, the original grantors of the tiny bit of authority this so called federal government was supposed to have, did not grant judicial authority over us. In fact with the ratification of the Bill of Rights, December 15, 1791, we forbade it via the 9th and 10th Articles. Our freedom was breached by the corporate aristocracy before we ever breathed the first breath of free air.
      Stinkin’ Lincoln, in violation of the 9th and 10th Articles, did declare himself dictator, but just like everything else right up until today, the people failed to enforce their law, ratified by their representatives.
      Flush that f-king Constitution. The Bill of Rights was law of this land before it was added to that admiralty Constitution. That Constitution is a fraud and the Bill of Rights stands alone as the only thing between we the people and slavery and all we have to do is enforce the son of a bitch. Remove the unlawful corporation created in 1871 and the unlawful 14th Amendment. Reinstate our common law courts and get out the rope. Until we do we will continue to be punked and abused, or at least some will.

  5. Brother Henry, while I agree with all of your comments, I was referring to the point in history where we lost “some form of small government “, as a Born and Raised Southerner, you bet your butt this is still a hot issue down here. The monstrosity we now have, Lincoln the Tyrant gave birth to.

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