United States Constitution: A stroke of genius

The American Constitution was drafted and ratified in 1787 after the first attempt to establish a national government ineptly failed. The preamble set out the broad goals and purposes, including establishing justice, ensuring domestic tranquility, providing for the common defense, promoting the general welfare, and securing the blessings of liberty.

They knew the greatest threat to liberty was an all-powerful centralized government, where the few dictate to the many. They also knew that rule of the mob would lead to anarchy and, in the end, despotism.

Private, closely held control of all central banks, and hence of all money creation, has allowed a very few people to control all political parties, governments, the intelligence agencies and their myriad front organizations, the armed forces, the police, the major corporations, and of course, the media. Get your complimentary copy of the “blueprint” these elites are working from.

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