Message from Gary Fielder:
The United States of America was created upon the premise that a free society should not, and ultimately can not, be ruled by an individual king or queen. After we won the Revolutionary War, Ben Franklin, John Adams and John Jay negotiated the Treaty of Peace in Paris, France, wherein the sovereignty of King George III devolved to the established states.
However, as John Jay later explained as Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, the sovereignty of the king was not bestowed upon the governments of those states, but to its People.
Accordingly, the People held, and still hold, the sovereignty. The sovereignty held by the People is the absolute power source, as if held by a monarch.
That means: The People are sovereign. Each individual person on the land at that time, paupers, vagabonds and fugitives excepted, became a sovereign--not a king or queen, but a sovereign with all the privileges and immunities of a sovereign according to the Law of Nations. This “sovereignty” was passed on to the original People’s posterity, through the Constitution of the United States of America.
Do you feel like a sovereign? Probably not. No, you probably feel like the slave the government that your ancestors created turned you into.
See you at the presentation!
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