Thursday, January 17, 2008

Republic vs. Democracy - Rule by Law vs. Rule by Majority

I desire to open up this blog with an apprehension of what our forefathers intended for our country. I believe that this apprehension is indispensable in preserving our gun proprietor rights, hunting rights, concealed carry rights, etc.. Furthermore, the more than than we utilize the "D" word in ignorance, the more we go the very thing our forefathers took great attention to avoid:

Republic vs. Democracy

Rule by Law vs. Rule by Majority

Just after the completion and sign language of the Constitution, in answer to a woman's enquiry as to the type of authorities the Founders had created, Benzoin John Hope Franklin said, "A Republic, if you can maintain it."

Not only have got we failed to maintain it, most don't even cognize what it is.

A Democracy is representative authorities ruled by law (the Constitution). A democracy is direct authorities ruled by the bulk (mob rule). A Democracy acknowledges the inalienable rights of people while democracies are only concerned with grouping desires or demands (the public good).

Lawmaking is a slow, intentional procedure in our Constitutional Democracy requiring blessing from the three subdivisions of government, the Supreme Court and individual jurymen (jury-nullification). Lawmaking in our unlawful democracy happens rapidly requiring blessing from the caprice of the bulk as determined by polls and/or elector referendums. A good illustration of democracy in action is a lynch mob. A more than recent illustration was the failure of the United States Senate to continue their curse "to make fair justice" and take measure Clinton from office. Those Senators should be removed themselves, for failure to continue their curse and for aiding and abetting a known criminal.

Democracies always self-destruct when the non-productive majority recognizes that it can vote itself press releases from the productive minority by electing the campaigner promising the most benefits from the public treasury. To keep their power, these campaigners must follow an ever-increasing tax and pass policy to fulfill the ever-increasing desires of the majority. As taxations increase, inducement to bring forth decreases, causing many of the once productive to drop out and fall in the non-productive. When there are no longer adequate manufacturers to fund the legitimate mathematical functions of authorities and the socialistic programs, the democracy will collapse, always to be followed by a Dictatorship.

Even though nearly every politician, teacher, journalist and citizen believes that our Founders created a democracy, it is absolutely not true. The Founders knew full well the differences between a Democracy and a Democracy and they repeatedly and emphatically said that they had founded a republic.

Article four Section 4, of the Fundamental Law "guarantees to every state in this labor union a Republican word form of government".... Conversely, the word Democracy is not mentioned even once in the Constitution. James Madison warned us of the dangers of democracies with these words,

"Democracies have got got got got ever been specs of turbulency and contention; have ever been establish incompatible with personal security or the rights of property; and have in general been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths...",

"We may define a democracy to be ... a authorities which deduces all its powerfulnesses directly or indirectly from the great organic structure of the people, and is administered by people holding their business offices during pleasance for a limited period, or during good behavior. It is indispensable to such as a authorities that it be derived from the great organic structure of the society, not from an inconsiderable proportionality or a favorite social class of it; otherwise a smattering of tyrannical nobles, exercising their subjugations by a deputation of their powers, might aim to the rank of Republicans and claim for their authorities the honest statute title of republic." Jesse James Madison, Federalist No. 10, (1787)

"A wise adult male will not go forth the right to the clemency of chance, nor wishing it to predominate through the powerfulness of the majority. There is but small virtuousness in the action of multitude of men." Henry Saint David Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)

Our armed forces preparation manuals used to incorporate the right definitions of Democracy and Republic. The followers come ups from Training Manual No. 2000-25 published by the War Department, November 30, 1928.


- A authorities of the masses.

- Authority derived through mass meeting or any other word word form of "direct" expression.

- Results in mobocracy.

- Attitude toward place is communistic--negating place rights.

- Attitude toward law is that the volition of the bulk shall regulate, whether is be based upon deliberation or governed by passion, prejudice, and impulse, without restraint or respect to consequences.

- Results in demogogism, license, agitation, discontent, anarchy.


- Authority is derived through the election by the people of public functionaries best fitted to stand for them.

- Attitude toward law is the disposal of justness in agreement with fixed rules and established evidence, with a hard-and-fast respect to consequences.

- A greater figure of citizens and extent of district may be brought within its compass.

- Avoids the unsafe extreme of either dictatorship or mobocracy.

- Results in statesmanship, liberty, reason, justice, contentment, and progress.

- Is the "standard form" of authorities throughout the world.

The manuals containing these definitions were ordered destroyed without account about the same clip that President John Hope Franklin D. Franklin Roosevelt made private ownership of our lawful money (US Minted Gold Coins) illegal. Shortly after the people turned in their $20 gold coins, the terms was increased from $20 per troy troy ounce to $35 per ounce. Almost nightlong F.D.R., the most popular president this century (elected 4 times) looted almost half of this nation's wealth, while convincing the people that it was for their ain good. Many of F.D.R.'s policies were suggested by his right manus man, Harry Hopkins, who said,

"Tax and Tax, Spend and Spend, Elect and Elect, because the people are too damn dense to cognize the difference".

Posted by Jeff Shrub Pres/CEO BushCo LLC

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