Cracks in a Towering Façade
A Presumption of Authority
The façade that has been built to towering heights around the concept of government that’s taken over a hundred years to build into a solid, impervious wall, is starting to crack. The theory is that public servants, a title they’ve been desperate to shed for decades, do the work that those busy making a living and paying taxes can’t or won’t do suggests that they work at the pleasure of private citizens and businesses. Since about the turn of the 20th Century, that hasn’t been the case. Slowly, these clerks and such that have traditionally been in place explain the process of how to move bids and the people’s business through the system have transitioned into a hostile enforcement arm of the government. Now, they come out of their holes, like groundhogs, every few months and spout the “new rules” of doing business, not just with the town, county, state or federal government, but between businesses and private citizens.
The income tax, which has no legitimate authority due to its innate unconstitutionality, even though a constitutional amendment, it was passed under duress and through fraudulent claims, i.e., lies. It’s irrelevant now, because the presumption of authority has allowed it to continue for so long that reversal would require a recognition that the government has failed, in these later years, to act with fiduciary responsibility sufficient to justify the trust of the people with their taxes. This is something for another day, but right now it speaks of the presumed authority this illegitimate government enjoys, but that can (and I think, will) come crumbling down once the extent and horror of their “vaccine mandate” is exposed for what it is. That among other things, like terrorist attacks facilitated by their “open border” policy, that is also unconstitutional. Think of the Fast and Furious scandal referenced in Lies of Omission by David Codrea on a massive scale and happening here, not in Mexico.
Already, however, that great, impervious wall is starting to crack from the bureaucracy’s own hubris. Demanding that small shops shut down during a medical emergency, like a pandemic, called on the decades of accumulated trust, whether justified, or not, and now, having wasted all of that trust on the final thrust of globalists and power-hungry communist infiltrators into the American system, their power hinges solely on a crumbling narrative, because once those lies are undeniable, trust will never be placed in those people or institutions again.
Moreover, the real plan, the real goal of all of these so-called “progressives” or “liberals” who have hidden behind sympathetic causes to those who are rather neutral in their political beliefs, have been exposed as nothing other than evil, power-obsessed communists and their methods of achieving compliance range from fines to death camps; whatever it takes.
There’s still more unraveling to do, but there’s cracks developing and it’s important for people to recognize what they are and how to exploit them. It’s, as far as I’m concerned, proven that the injection forced on so many people across the globe is nothing other than a means of depopulation and I don’t say that lightly, or without substantial indications of proof.
A few facts recently revealed by whistleblowers from the DOD is that they’re seeing upwards of a 1000% increase in neurological disorders among those in military service and a 300% increase in cancer cases. This, all while the injections are continued and accepted by all sorts of entities from businesses to government agencies, even though there are no remaining justifications for it. These “vaccine mandates” have been denied by the Supreme Court, overturned at several different state levels and dropped, in some cases surprisingly, by some large corporations, even Starbucks. Dr. Fauci alone personifies the type of bureaucrats I’ve referenced, unrepentant, diabolical and gripping firm to whatever lies he’s told and false narratives he’s pushed, refusing to recognize truth, fact or reason in his never-ending quest for wealth and status. They just won’t let go, even when they’re beaten to a bloody pulp. This is how desperate they are for power over you, how pleasing it is when they have it.
The whole of American society is now built on the trust of the people. It’s presented itself, now, as the presumption of authority. We believe that since these officials are elected to office, they represent the majority opinion and that the laws represent what most people agree is right. If we disagree, we tend to believe that we’re outside the mainstream of thought and expectation. That’s not necessarily the truth, but as long as there’s trust, there’s the presumption of authority. The dangerous game the communists have been playing, as they make their final thrust to achieve it all, is that when that trust is suddenly and violently broken, it results in a catastrophic readjustment of the presumption. These are the cracks that must be exploited (this is exactly what I spoke about in Texas TL in Exile Ep 9).
To presume that one has authority, is to give them authority. This is the whole of the status of this nation at this moment in time. When the congress failed to do its job; when McConnell got notice from the Pennsylvania legislature that they wanted some time to go through voting irregularities they believed to be fraudulent and the rules established were unconstitutional, he ignored them and let the electoral process continue. This single act set up a government without authority and allowed it to take on presumed authority. Until this presumed authority is eradicated and true authority put in its place, the whole of the government façade is subject to crumbling before our eyes and the sooner, the better.
Biden is operating on a fraudulent premise and no one seems to care. But no one under his administration, no one in his cabinet, no one he appoints to the Supreme Court, no federal judge, etc., actually holds legitimate authority over anything. Force, cruel and brutal, they have as long as they can beat and kill enough civilians to enforce it, but no longer. When officials have no actual authority, but can exert their will through sheer belligerence, they are not restrained by laws, Supreme Court rulings, right, wrong or any other limitation, because they don’t respond to public pressure, they defeat it, stomp on it and hold firm until the people fall in line. The question always is: what if they don’t? A lot of tyrants in the past have answered that question with their lives.
Challenge authority at every opportunity. File lawsuits until the end of time. Force them to answer the tough questions and where possible, expose them and force them out of office.