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Declaring Independence From Tyranny

by Paul A Drockton M.A.

On July 4th, 1776, the Continental Congress announced that the 13 colonies were no longer subjects to King George. The resulting Declaration of Independence is one of most sacred texts in the History of the World. It truly is a revolutionary document that reverses the age old doctrine that citizens exist to serve the needs of the monarch, or state. Instead, it boldly states that Monarchs and governments exist to serve the people. When governments no longer do so, it is the right of the people to abolish them, or terminate their relationship to them. I quote:

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.” (Declaration of Independence)

Translation: England is no better than its colonies. There is no “divine right” to rule granted to kings by God. All men stand on equal ground.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

The Right to Life means that Governments do not have the right to start unjust wars or terrorize their own people through acts of mass murder. It specifically denounces Martial Law and military law imposed upon a civilian population by an unjust government. The Right to Life means that our citizens have the right to oppose wars of aggression launched by unprincipled leadership. It also demands that we oppose those wars that strip our nations youth of their Right to Life.



Gary Allen, 1971

“This act (the Federal Reserve Act) establishes the most gigantic trust on Earth… When the President signs this act, the invisible government by the money power, proven to exist by the Money Trust Investigation, will be legalized… The new law will create inflation whenever the trusts want inflation…” Congressman Charles A. Lindbergh Sr. December, 1913

“IN THE UNITED STATES TODAY WE HAVE IN EFFECT TWO GOVERNMENTS… We have the duly constituted government… Then we have an independent, uncontrolled and uncoordinated government in the Federal Reserve System, operating the money powers reserved to Congress by the Constitution.” – Congressman Wright Patman, (former) Chairman of the House Banking Committee.. “Those that create and issue the money and credit direct the policies of government and hold in their hands the destiny of the people.” Reginald McKenna, (former) president of the Midlands Bank of England.

Chapter 3

The Money Manipulators

Many college history professors tell their charges that the books they will be using in the class are “objective”. But stop and ask yourself: Is it possible to write a history book without a particular point of view? There are billions of events that take place in the world each day. To think of writing a complete history of a nation covering even a year is to entertain a fantastic conceit. Not only is a historian’s ability to write an “objective” history limited by the sheer volume of happenings but by the fact that many of the most important happenings never appear in the papers or even in somebody’s memoirs. The decisions reached by the “big boys” in the smoke-filled rooms are not reported in even the New York Times, which ostensibly reports all the news that’s fit to print. (“All the news that fits” is a more accurate description.)

In order to build his case, a historian must select a minuscule number of facts from the limited number that are known. If he does not have a “theory”, how does he separate important facts from unimportant ones? As Professor Stuart Crane has pointed out, this is why every book “proves” its author’s theory. But no book is objective. No book can be objective and this book (NDCC) is not objective. The information in it is true, but the book is not objective. We have carefully selected the facts to prove our case… Most of the facts that we bring out are readily verifiable at any large library. But our contention is that we have arranged these facts in the order that most accurately reflects their true significance in history. These are the facts as the Establishment does not want you to know them. Have you ever had the experience of walking into a mystery movie two-thirds of the way through? Confusing, wasn’t it? All the evidence made it look as though the butler were the murderer, but in the final scenes you find out that, surprisingly, it was the man’s wife all along. You have to stay and see the beginning of the film. Then, as all the pieces fall into place, the story makes sense.