From Where Have We Come and to Where are we going?
Lloyd Jeffrey Mallan
The American political system rests upon the US constitution and the declaration of independence. In political and social history, the thoughts contained within these documents were heralded as revolutionary. The U.S. constitution shaped a process of the decentralization of authority through a structure of checks and balances and separation of powers. The structure formed wrote into the foundation of law, a representative government sworn to protect the rights of each citizen. History before this event most governments established before this were dominated by monarchies, whose people were subject the whims of a monarch and his legions. To the world, centralization of government was the standard, admired to insure representative government. Consequently, the popularity of the American experiment spread far and wide. America and the Americans became highly admired and revered. Immigrants overcame and still attempt to overcome great obstacles to reach its shores in a dream pursue the freedoms and prosperity emanated because of the success of this great experiment.
What is happening now?
Now, Americans are not so admired. Though much of the world still admires America, a large number of the world population sees us as bullies and imperialists. Embassies are bombed, suicide bombers hijack planes and crash them into American Icons. Americans are often targeted in foreign lands.
Why are we having these problems?
This process has changed. The movement towards centralized power built upon a Marxian paradigm is developing a collectivistic pattern of society.
Centralized power. What appears to be happening now is a system of government built upon a Marxian model.
Political history had never before seen a government founded upon protecting the people from arbitrary power.
Here was a group of men, understanding the philosophies of Hobbes, Locke and Rousseau, recognizing that government should exist with the consent of the governed.
Blessings of liberty are and have been evaporating.
Most governments have followed a Marxist model of society since Das Kapital.
Marx's Communist Manifesto has been the model of congress since 1913. The income
tax, The Federal Reserve System is part of this Marxian model. Paradigm. Essentially
a police state.
Now we are suffering with an illegal war that has been a mockery, a travesty to our constitution and the bill of rights. This undeclared war threatens to drain our economy,
To this, I dedicate my candidacy.
War by resolution. I may not have agreed with the actions taken by the Roosevelt government in WWII, though the war that was prosecuted was legal. This was the last "legal" war pursued by the US government. Now clear confusion exists because the legal system itself is imbalanced. All the others were military interventions.
The arrogance of this government to take it upon itself to subject this population to conditioning and preparation for the traumitization of war. To make each citizen a suspect, often without the consideration of due process or our promised inalienable rights.