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Divide and Conquer

Divide and Conquer

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Divide and Conquer
Gary HuntAugust 16, 2009
In War
-- in battlefield combat, one of the most important strategies, especially if the enemy hassuperior numbers, is 'divide and conquer'. Very briefly, it can be explained that if you have aforce of 3,000 and the enemy has a force of 4,000, you will probably be defeated in combat.However, if you can cause him to divide his forces into 2 groups, each having about 2,000 men,is beneficial. You have gone from 25% less men, against his entire force, to a 50% advantageover one of the split units. Once the first unit is defeated, the second unit can be attacked, withmuch better odds than if an attack was made on the entire force, at the onset.The same is true of the psychological warfare America is embroiled in, today, and the politicalwarfare that has begun to divide the country.Each unit that advocates an idea, solution, or objective is limited to the number of people in thatunit against the joined forces of the Congress; the Executive administration; and, the multitude of Administrative Agencies. The effectiveness of our side is usually diminished further by forces indifferent states not coordinating their effort; units with the same objective or goal, not working inunison; and, variations of methods of achieving the objective sought.I have compiled a list of singular objectives that are commonly pursued, today. Bear with me aswe look at these issues, and discuss what they will achieve, in the end, if the groups aresuccessful in their pursuit. The items presented are in no logical order, but the primary issues, Ihope, are all included.
911 Truth Seekers
- the truth seekers - The goal here is to prove that the government wasinvolved in the planning and execution of the events, which destroyed the World TradeCenter, and resulted in our involvement in war in Afghanistan and Iraq. Though the issues brought up by the group are ambiguous rather than tangible, let us suppose that they convincethe majority of the people in this country that the government was involved. What happensthen? Will it end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan? Or, have they established a totallyseparate identity from the World Trade Center? If the government does acknowledgeculpability, they will throw out a few dogs to be devoured by the press and public, and go onwith their evil ways -- planning better, in the future.
Problem:
Administrative Agencies have too much authority, often independent of thelegislative and executive branches of government.
Birth Certificate pursuers
- Suppose irrefutable proof of the bastard president's birthelsewhere (disqualifying him from office) is brought forward. What will Congress and theCourts do? They have a dilemma. Every enactment or document signed by the President becomes void,
nunc pro tunc
(from the beginning), or, since the task of, say, recovery of thestimulus money approaches impossible, and the undoing of the troop allocations toAfghanistan cannot be undone, what is Congress to do. Nothing --is what they can do. It maycost the President his job. He may be charged with high crimes, and convicted andimprisoned. Who will take his place? The successor would be Joe Biden, as Vice-President,
 
or, John McCain, as runner up in the election. So, you, at best, get a Republican President.Was Bush that much better than the bastard president? Or, are both parties in bed to bring thiscountry to its knees. Remember, the first stimulus package was under Bush
Problem:
The Congress has not ventured into qualifying Presidential aspirants, and the Courtrefuses to look at the matter. There is a qualification in the Constitution, but no direction as towho is to act as the qualifier. Congress has not, as was intended by the Founding Fathers,sought to fill the gap of omission in the Constitution. Congress has let us down.
Audit the Federal Reserve
- Suppose there is an audit of the Federal Reserve. What auditstandard would apply to an entity as unique as the Federal Reserve? So, first, a standardwould have to be developed to assure that the audit provided the desired results. I wouldsuggest that this would first be given to the Treasury Department to propose the standard. Ican see Treasury taking a year or two to develop their proposal for a standard. Then, it wouldgo to the Congress who would assign it to committee, and it would be in Congressionalcommittees for at least two years. Once the standard was determined, the audit would beconducted. Most assuredly, at least some of the auditors would be people well versed in the practices and procedures of the Federal Reserve (inside men). Even if the audit, when (if ever) completed showed massive fraud, the result would be to enact laws to prohibit that sortof fraud in the future, and, at best, begin the process of looking for an alternative to theFederal Reserve Act.
Problem:
Congress was outside of its authority when it enacted the Federal Reserve Act in1913. The effect of the subsequent years of entrenchment; loss of GOLD and silver as ameans of paying debt; and, the enormous debt that has been created and mostly owed to theFederal Reserve makes a solution under the present system almost impossible. The Congressfailed to adhere to the Constitution.
End the Federal Reserve
- Even if ended abruptly, the effect on the economy, especiallywith regard to the National debt, would be devastating. What alternative to both dealing withcirculating currency and payment of debt would be implemented to avoid such disaster?
Problem:
The Congress abrogated their responsibility under the Constitution and allowed anAdministrative Agency (Treasury Department) and a private (foreign) group of investors tocontrol our economy.
Healthcare
- Objections to national health care are late, and will do nothing to reduce costs.As has resulted from mandatory (in some cases) healthcare insurance, the costs haveescalated because the marketplace was undermined. Once the captive audience (mandatoryinsurance) was implemented, costs could only go up. If healthcare were left in the freemarket, there would still be hospitals, doctors, and producers of prescription drugs. Theywould, however, have to provide their services at prices that were reasonable andmanageable. Otherwise, they would have no customers. Absent customers, they would lower their prices, or look for new work. Supply and Demand is the best manager of costs. Supplyand Demand allows us, the ''consumers”, to determine what appropriate and acceptable costsare. Once removed from our hands, the value of the service was also removed.
Problem:
Congress usurped authority that was not granted by the Constitution, by adoptingsocialism as a means of buying votes. There is no Constitutional authority to require
 
 businesses to provide mandatory health insurance, not is there authority, now, to implementnational healthcare.
Continental Congress
- The First Continental Congress was called for by the New York Committees of Safety. The other colonies responded, in kind, by agreeing to the Congress.The primary result was the "Non-importation Agreement", as well as some petitions, and,most importantly, they understanding that the colonies could work together for a commongoal. The delegates were either existing members of the respective legislatures who were
NOT
on the side of the Royal Government, or delegates selected by the various Committees.This was true of the subsequent Continental Congresses. The Congresses were called for bythe delegates, not the delegates being called for by the Congress. The current call for aContinental Congress is a small group (though, admittedly, growing) of people who havecalled for delegates to their Congress. This could never be construed to be an emulation of those first Congresses. Since their line of representation is downward and selective, anythingthat they do or ask for is nothing more than any other group could do or ask for. It bears noweight, and is not representative of the people or a constituency.
Problem:
We have been denied Redress of Grievances, as guaranteed by the Constitution. Indesperation, we are seeking ways to regain that right, but it will only come when the RebelUS government returns to its willingness to heed the will of the people.
Ron Paul
- Ron Paul has come along and captured the hearts of many of those who believethat the Rebel US government has gone astray. He is right in much of what he says, and thosewho have adhered themselves to him, are also right in doing so. However, we must think,also, of what effect it would have if Ron Paul were elected President. What would change?The President cannot act without the consent of the Congress. If he does, he places himself ina position to be censured or overruled by the Congress. He has a multitude of administrativeagencies to deal with (Over 1000), and most of them have already developed a mind of their own. Alone, or even with as many as one hundred members of Congress on his side, thechanges on the nature of government, and the power of the political elite is such that therewould be no substantial change in the operation of the government.
Problem:
The nature of government has changed to the point that return to the confines of the limitations imposed by the Constitution is nearly impossible. Separation of powers has become ineffective because of the power of the political parties and the political elite.
FEMA Camps
- Back in the nineties, a list of alleged FEMA prison camps surfaced andcirculated via fax network and other methods that were common. That same list hasresurfaced and circulated on the Internet. The list, at least part of it, was bogus. I personallyinvestigated four of the sites and they were not what they were alleged to be. More recently,another list has begun to circulate. It is completely different, though it does mention locationsnear some of the older lists’ locations. This list may have more truth to it than the previouslist. It appears that either bids have been taken, or even contracts let for restoration and/or construction on a number of World War II camps or internment centers. So, what if they are building these camps? What will we do about it? Can they be stopped? Yes, if the newconstruction is destroyed, but that will simply delay things. Will exposure to the public of thecamps service any purpose? Yes, and NO People will be aware of them and maybe resentfulthat they are being built, but the government will, most assuredly, come up with a plausible

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