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If Truth a valid entity would humanity Reality substitute the pathetic Belief?

Aye 1 but for the de facto 2 Alas truth not a valid entity EL Elusive Luciferian Lin!uistic Lust Li"uidity Lon!evity The #rown has a distinct responsibility to the court to present all the credible evidence available$ %EA& %ic'edry E(ceptions Allowin! &leptocracy )implicity of enforced humanity e(asperated by administrated complicity #an be lin'ed to #A)* + #onspicuous Assassinators )abota!in! *umanity upheld by the R*ET,RI# Responsible *onourable Essential Trait of Ri!hteousness Impostor #oalitions of the A.T,/)0 Anti"uity .naccountable Transparency of /rivy )elect 0ahoos 1iduciary Responsibly Accountable 2efarious &in' 1ran' 13 Truths *olistic Interactive Retrospect Transcendental Electroma!netism Enslavers 2emesis In 1452 the 6ueen ceded to the )upremacy of 7od de 8ure %ith le!al Access to Information and /rivacy Act administration the criminal will not be protected and we can !et copies of the Accountable /rivy #ouncil de facto due process in camera Information eh? Queen cedes to the supremacy of God an ACT ION atoms coherent truth intended or not

www$1ran'Bible$com Reality is the Truth impervious to perception yet precisely due to perception Truth that which 7od would observe whether or not *e e(ists or whether or not one believes *e e(ists I=EAL )imply reality sanely dealt with
=emocracy is a form of !overnment in which all citi>ens have an e"ual say in the decisions that affect their lives$ Ideally? this includes e"ual @and more or less directA participation in the proposal? development and passa!e of le!islation into law$ It can also encompass social? economic and cultural conditions that enable the free and e"ual practice of political self-determination$ The term comes from the 7ree'9 BCDEFGHIJH + @dKmo'ratLaA Mrule of the peopleM?N1O which was coined from BDEP @dQmosA MpeopleM and FGRIEP @&ratosA MpowerM? in the middle of the <th-Sth century B# to denote the political systems then e(istin! in some 7ree' city-states? notably Athens followin! a popular uprisin! in <;5 B#$N2O Accordin! to some theories of democracy? popular soverei!nty is the foundin! principle of such a system$ N3O *owever? the democratic principle has also been e(pressed as Mthe freedom to call somethin! into bein! which did not e(ist before? which was not !ivenT and which therefore? strictly spea'in!? could not be 'nown$MNSO This type of freedom? which is connected to human Mnatality?M or the capacity to be!in anew? sees democracy as Mnot only a political systemT NbutO an ideal? an aspiration? really? intimately connected to and dependent upon a picture of what it is to be humanU of what it is a human should be to be fully human$MN<O

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/opular soverei!nty or the soverei!nty of the people is

the belief
that the le!itimacy of the state is created by the will or consent of its people? who are the source of all political power$ It is closely associated to the social contract philosophers? amon! whom are Thomas *obbes? Vohn Loc'e and Vean-Vac"ues Rousseau$ /opular soverei!nty e(presses a concept and does not necessarily reflect or describe a political reality$N1O It is often contrasted with the concept of parliamentary soverei!nty? and with individual soverei!nty$

Kleptocracy? alternatively cleptocracy or kleptarchy, @from Ancient 7ree'9 @thiefA and @ruleA? Mrule by thievesMA is a form of political and !overnment corruption where the !overnment e(ists to increase the personal wealth and political power of its officials and the rulin! class at the e(pense of the wider population? often without pretense of honest service$ This type of !overnment corruption is often achieved by the embe>>lement of state funds$ &leptocracies are !enerally associated with corrupt forms of authoritarian !overnments? particularly dictatorships? oli!archies? military 8untas? or some other forms of autocratic and nepotist !overnment in which no outside oversi!ht is possible? due to the ability of the 'leptocrat@sA to personally control both the supply of public funds and the means of determinin! their disbursal$ &leptocratic rulers typically treat their countryWs treasury as thou!h it were their own personal ban' account? spendin! the funds on lu(ury !oods as they see fit$ Xany 'leptocratic rulers also secretly transfer public funds into secret personal numbered ban' accounts in forei!n countries in order to provide them with continued lu(ury if:when they are eventually removed from power and forced to flee the country$ &leptocracy is most common in third-world countries where the economy @often as a le!acy of colonialismA is dominated by resource e(traction$ )uch incomes constitute a form of economic rent and are therefore easier to siphon off without causin! the income itself to decrease @for e(ample? due to capital fli!ht as investors pull out to escape the hi!h ta(es levied by the 'leptocratsA$

If a vote would the end of the stru!!le of human'ind be!in or as a whole are we predetermined assholes?