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The Great Error, And The Great Lie To Compensate For It.

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[A]merica was designed to restore and preserve the Anglo Saxon rights of Englishman, for Englishman and the occasional Scot.

The constitution is an English document articulating English rights, for English men and their families, justified as necessary using Natural Law thought beneficial for all men.

The source of the declaration constitution and bill of rights was English, Anglo Saxon, Norman, Germanic, Indo-European traditional common law.

Everyone else is a free rider.

The constitution is not a living document open to interpretation but the most modern articulation in law of that ancient aristocratic egalitarian tradition, designed to require strict construction, by formal operations, and near universal assent in order to implement change. It is the most conservative document ever written, depriving the government, the court, and the people of the ability to infringe upon those ancient rights.

The error in Britain and then in the states, was the failure to see government not as a constructor of law, but as a market for the contractual construction of commons between the classes, holding different abilities, knowledge and interests.

And that as the franchise expanded with economic and military participation, the British and Americans failed to add new “houses” for the new states, colonies, classes and genders.

All political, moral, ethical and legal philosophy since the revolutionary period has consisted entirely of a series of convenient lies, justifications, and errors by which to compensate for the failure to extend the classical liberal model to allow citizens to construct a market for contractual commons, maintain separation of law and contract creation, and to convert from ascent by majority rule to dissent via suit in court of law by universal standing.

But the progressive lies are just that. Lies. The constitution is the most strictly constructed, empirically demanding, operationally articulated document in history.

And progressives have sought to destroy it for the better part of two centuries while lauding the power the errors of the British and Americans granted them to do so.

This is the greatest legal deception in human history third only to the forcible introduction of Christianity, and the universal deceit of scriptural monotheism.

Perhaps I should claim Propertarianism was written in metal tablets buried in the ground or handed to me in a burning bush or visited to me in my dreams, rather than the product oaf a life-long search to the problem of political and ethical conflict that has plagued us since 1960.

But no. That would be a violation of those ancient traditions: speak the truth even if it means your death.

All else follows from that expensive payment in exchange for reciprocity.

[A]t this point in time we know that the economic benefit of slavery in the states, and the desire of the throne to ban slavery were in conflict. We also know that the americans didn’t want to pay the crown for the defense in the french and indian war, yet the british felt that they had nearly bankrupted the crown to protect the colonies. We also know that the americans were desperate to remain united with the crown. We also know that the crown could not for some reason develop the solution of a separate house for the colonies, or grant them membership in the house. The problem was solvable in 1775, but no one thought about legal dissent instead of democratic assent, or new houses for newly enfranchised interests.  It’s tragic. The tragedy of my people. Makes me sad as hell. – Curt
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5 thoughts on “The Great Error, And The Great Lie To Compensate For It.

  1. A couple of America’s Founders were Irishmen, so toss them in with the “occasional Scot.”

    “The error … in the states, was the failure to see government not as a constructor of law, but as a market for the contractual construction of commons between the classes, holding different abilities, knowledge and interests.”

    The above seems to conflict with:

    “the crown could not for some reason develop the solution of a separate house for the colonies, or grant them membership in the house.”

    As the franchise was expanded to, for example, women and blacks, they have been granted membership in our legislative houses. But, that measure obviously did not correct the problem you are trying to articulate. So, it seems you are instead wanting to add to the Senate (the house that used to represent the states) and to the House (the house that used to represent adult male citizens) a House of Women and a House of Blacks?

    How would that work? At what population threshold would another legislative house need to be added? Are Asians not worthy of having their own house? Amerinds? Illegal aliens?

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