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  • Are we not all Political Prisoners?
  • 01/06/2014 Make a Comment
  • Contributed by: Moses ( 22 articles in 2014 )
Are we not all political prisoners of those in power who are dyslexic, getting everything back to front and upside down?

So what do we do?

Well first, We The People have to realise that we have all the power and will never lose our rights. We simply forget at times the best ways in which to exercise them.

Exercising our power may mean radical reform or disbanding the current political framework altogether by whatever means necessary. Clearly the will of the Australian people is not being listened to nor represented.

Our 1900 Commonwealth Constitution, Common Law and Common Sense rarely seems to prevail these days. As a result our lands, families, people's livelihood and welfare are barely surviving let alone thriving.

Once our political house is clean or removed the Rule of Law can be reinstated and re-enacted. Not the Rule of Force that appears to unlawfully exist within our legal system and governmental corporations of commerce.

People require harmony with each other and nature, not conflict and destruction caused by a frenzy of power and financial greed.

Until this party or that party mentality, political egos, media attention and exorbitant salaries/pensions are removed, the political landscape is foiled from returning to one of service for the people.

Or perhaps I'm dyslexic to think such a profound change is possible?

Source: https://www.news.com.au/national/cfmeu-boss-dave-noonan-denounces-fascist-laws-which-could-see-workers-homes-seized-if-they-fail-to-pay-fines-for-strike-action/story-fncynjr2-1226935377068#comments


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