Defining Our Reality
by John Vodila
It’s not all bad.
Here are some good things that happened in 2010.
We got Rand Paul in the Senate and Ron Paul in charge of overseeing the Federal Reserve.
More truth has been exposed than ever before in history, with Jesse Ventura’s TV show on True TV,
We have had more information being released by the FOIA- ‘Freedom of Information Act’, whistle blowers and Wikileaks. than ever before, exposing the global warming fraud to create a carbon tax on the world, war crimes, newly released photos and video from 911 and a treasure trove of other information.
Family members of those killed in the 9/11 attacks started the “Building What” campaign after Judge Edward Lehner, upon hearing the words “Building 7″ in a NYC courtroom said “Building what?” Their TV commercials and billboards have woke thousands, including the likes of Judge Napolitano and Geraldo Rivera to the collapse of the 47 story Solomon Brothers building at 17:20 on 9/11/2001
The nation’s largest government watchdog organization, Judicial Watch, every year publishes its list of Washington’s “Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians.” This year was no different, the First Amendment still stands.
People of all faiths including the Jewish people are coming forth and speaking out on Israels Zionist controlled government and their brutal occupation and crimes against humanity on the Palestinian people.
A world wide awakening on the issues of vaccinations, fear mongering by the medical and pharmaceutical establishments and the sometimes deadly effects of the contents of these so called vaccinations.
Many are alert now to the poisoning of our water supplies and the deadly substances purposely put into them, including and not limited to fluoride, lithium, uranium and Prozac.
This year more know about the Citizens Investigation Team and uncovering the pentagon attack along with cab driver Lloyde England’s Virtual Confession.
Over 2000 architects and engineers now publicly calling for a real investigation of the demolitions of the three buildings on 9/11/2001 in NY.
Exposed! Eighty-five percent of beverages marketed to children contain levels of lead high enough to require a warning.
Supreme Court Stands By US Constitution Second Amendment in a 5-4 vote. This narrow ruling by the Justices 5-4 in favor of the second amendment not only effects Chicago’s rights to own and bear arms but all states. The Second Amendment still stands!
Many have become aware of the chemtrail issue and much more new information has come to light on what and why they are spraying the skies.
There hasn’t been a false flag attack on Americas soil in over nine years now due to an alert and educated public becoming more politically involved and knowledgeable of true history and their governments activities.
She’s not lost yet.
‘We either define our own reality now or live in an illusion; here in the United States of America, as hard as it my seem to believe sometimes, we still do have some rule of law and a system dictated to by our Constitution and Bill of Rights. Yes here in the United States of America we still have three branches of government that still, at least today, make us different and better than the rest.
It is very important to understand these three branches of government, and also one must understand who inside these three branches holds the most power and responsibility to these United States if we are to keep liberty and freedom within them through this new year and beyond.
1. The Executive Branch, this includes the President, Vice President, and all the cabinet members. The President is allowed to pass or veto a bill that the legislature sends him.
2.The Legislative Branch includes the United States Congress and consists of House of Representatives and the Senate. The Constitution allows Congress the sole authority to enact legislation, declare war and the right to confirm or reject Presidential appointments. The Congress also has investigative powers (some times I wonder if they know that).
The House of Representatives consists of 435 elected members, divided among the 50 states in proportion to the population of the State. There also are 6 non-voting members, representing the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and four other territories of the United States. The officer of the chamber is the Speaker of the House, he or she is elected by the Representatives and is third in the line of succession to the Presidency.
3. The Judicial Branch
The Judicial Process
Guaranteed by Article III of the Constitution of the United States every person accused of wrongdoing has the right to a fair trial before a competent judge and a jury of one’s peers.
The Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments to the Constitution also provide protections for the accused of a crime. These include:
•A guarantee that no person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without the due process of law
•Protection against being tried for the same crime twice (“double jeopardy”)
•The right to a speedy trial by an impartial jury
•The right to cross-examine witnesses, and to call witnesses to support their case
•The right to legal representation
•The right to avoid self-incrimination
•Protection from excessive bail, excessive fines, and cruel and unusual punishments
Now we are at the point of defining our reality, to do this we have to understand who and what part of the above three branches the bulk of responsibility falls upon.
The who would be ‘we the people’ and the what would be the Judicial Branch, we the people of this Republic hold all the power through the election and jury processes.
Any liberty and freedom lost or being lost is due to the apathy and or ignorance in the duty we the people have in our election and jury roles.
Another good thing that has happened in 2010 is many are aware and have realized these duties of the people have to be maintained and not forgotten or the United States of America will exist in name only in the near future.
No longer is ignorance an excuse, no longer can voting be thought of as a sport, like a football game. We have to elect true constitutional people to our leadership roles, we have to understand when as a juror we are not only to judge the accused but are to judge the law for all laws repugnant to the Constitution of the United States of America are null and void. This is the biggest problem we face today, we have allowed by our ignorance as jurors, and by not understanding that as a juror in the court of law you have more power than the Executive, Legislative and everyone in the Judicial Branch including the judge and it is the jurors responsibility and duty to not sentence someone being accused of breaking a law that is unconstitutional in the first place.
This is how we have let many of our rights turn into privileges, by redefining our reality into an illusion.
Happy New Year And God Bless America, let’s keep our reality defined in 2011, please click here to down load a free copy of the United States citizens rule book, a great guide to reality.