first ten amendments are "declaratory and restrictive clauses". This
means they supersede all other parts of our Constitution and restrict
the powers of our Constitution.
There are people in this country
that do not want you to know that these two sentences ever existed. For
many years these words were "omitted" from copies of our Constitution.
Public and private colleges alike have based their whole interpretation
of our Constitution on the fraudulent version of this text. Those
corrupt individuals have claimed that the amendments can be changed by
the will of the people. By this line of reasoning the amendments are
open to interpretation. This is a clever deception. The Bill of Rights
is separate from the other amendments. The Bill of Rights is a
declaration of restrictions to the powers of our Constitution. The Bill
of Rights restricts the Constitution. The Constitution restricts the
powers of government. The deception is that the government can
interpret the all of the amendments and the Constitution itself.
Without the presence of the Preamble to the Bill of Rights this may be
a valid argument.
End the deception.
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