GRIEVANCES IN BRIEF (1-3)
From: Triaka Smith
Sent: Sunday, October 3, 2010 1:41 PM
Subject: GRIEVANCES IN BRIEF (1-3)
Herewith are samples of grievances against the U.S. Constitution demonstrating the need for the globally balanced CONSTITUTION of UNITED DIVERSITY http://groups.yahoo.com/group/uniteddiversity
Grievance 1 - "Imbalance".
The U.S. Constitution established a form of government that gave direct governing power to a small minority over the American people at large. Political power was structured from the top down as opposed to the taxpayers who financed it from the bottom up, an oligarchic system that favored influential money interests and leaned toward elitism. (Details at http:/www.globalvisions.org/cl/swn
Grievance 2 - "Secret Government".
The U.S. Constitution failed to prevent the rise of a large and powerful secret government mechanism over which the people at large had no direct control, resulting in "taxation without representation", the grievance lodged by American revolutionaries in 1776, (Details at http://www.globalvisions.org/cl/swn
Grievance 3 - "Domination".
The U.S. Constitution failed to provide sufficient checks and balances by American taxpayers against government actions that went beyond their wishes. Opinion polls of the people at large consistently indicated intrusive policies, including "policing the world", were not favored. Nevertheless, the government expanded and extended both overt and covert penetration and domination of other nations. (Details at http://www.globalvisions.org/cl/swn
In the Spirit of AloHA,