Unbeknownst to most of the American citizens, there is a website called “Regulations.Gov” (currently testing their new beta-site) where the public is asked to comment. I discovered this website earlier this year (2020. Yup. Of course right?) with never having even heard of it before.
I liken the instance as to a government official sending armed troops to steal from you without notice nor reason other than personal gain and then saying
“What? I told you about it every day for two-months straight — from my basement, while I was alone. You never responded, so…”
Although I will not get into the likelihood of any government official thinking about you in their basement nor the plausibility of what contexts they may be doing so under, I will say that it isn’t too far off from the actual conduct, given that the suggestion of this being “open to the public with public awareness” is completely a joke, and they (some, not all) are stealing from citizens after all. We do pay their mortgage. For their third and fourth mansions.
Let me be completely clear, each illegal act, each immorally heinous deed done (-with reverence to the fact: just because there are no laws created for some things, or laws created for some things, does not mean that they are moral actions or immoral actions by default), every single politician or person of office who is guilty of an act or order which invariably harms, steals from, unjustly imprisons, impedes rights of, or otherwise causes suffering to a citizen who they are responsible to — is in betrayal of their own foundation which they sit upon and is not rightfully in seat of office or position had.
This is not something which needs to be “caught in court” to be “decided of”. It is inherent and ο de facto και a priori. Although of course, any punishment of the acts should be reserved for a court of law, the actual guilt of the matter is preeminently sustained, and as such — the guilty party by the very act and deed itself if such ever were to occur, does immediately nullify them of their position by the assumption upon the holder of the position that they were to stay honorable to their positions responsibilities, and to the measure in value of importance and aspects of their positions responsibilities.
Thereby making any and all payment attained from that point of guilt and onward -theft.
These things should be common sense. I thought they were. I knew this before I even knew the words to say it.
But, as they say, and I do like to say,
“Everything that needs to be said has already been said.
But since no one was listening, it must be said again.”
— André Gide.
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