The American Republic Manifestum

The current American Constitution is a Manifestum of ideas and promises that guarantee certain inalienable civil liberties to all who live within its borders.

The American Republic Manifestum

The American Republic Manifestum

The current American Constitution is a Manifestum of ideas and promises that guarantee certain inalienable civil liberties to all who live within its borders. To insure that those rights and privileges are guaranteed to citizens, there must exist an accord between a well-armed militia defending the Homeland (America), and its people. In return, The People of America must defend and support the Homeland militia at all costs. This symbiotic relationship, is vital for any government of this type to flourish. This vital relationship does not exist in America anymore thus our current demise. The People of America must form and restructure a new Congress that better represents their interests. This would move The People (Public) towards perfecting the current government into one that truly takes care of its people and guarantees with full support the rights and privileges due Americans. People, (i.e., human beings), are the most valued natural resource that any nation can have. Without this resource, all you have is earth.

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