How Can We Be So Foolish? What Does it Mean to be a True American?

July 29th, 2020

By Alan R Adaschik

Guest writer for Wake Up World

Most Americans think they are an American.  They also think they know and understand why this is true.  However, they are wrong!  The vast majority of us are Americans in name only and we have no idea of what it means to be an American or what an American should expect and demand from our government. I am sure you disagree, so to prove my point, let me ask you a question with only one right answer.  When it comes to our government, what is the most important thing that a true American should be concerned about?

The answer to this question is that government officials, without exception, whether hired, appointed, or elected, should obey the law.  Not just the laws in our nation’s legal codes, but also and most important, the supreme laws embodied in our most sacred document; the Constitution. If you answered this question correctly, then you get a gold star and do not have to read further unless you want to.  It is the people who do not understand this fundamental and important truth about the American experiment in democracy that I need to reach.  The reason I need to reach them is that because of their ignorance, people who know better, are forced to live in tyranny.  To put this another way, every single citizen of this once great nation lives in tyranny, but most of us do not know this, and it is this universal ignorance is what allows the tyranny to persist.

To understand the truth of what I just said, one must know and understand what a constitution is.  It is not a document that belongs to our government.  Instead, it is a formal agreement between citizens detailing the nature and scope of the government they agree to live under, and once ratified, serves to establish this agreed upon government.  This being a true description of what a constitution is, it should be understood that the people of a nation are the ones who create their government, and this government’s authority and power is derived from the people.

A constitution is an expression of the will of the people and is superior to and binding upon the government it created.  The key truth evident here, is that if a government deviates or departs from a constitution’s provisions, even in a trivial and minor way, it is a criminal act against the people of the nation in question.  It also has set the precedent that their government can act contrary to the document that created it.  Furthermore, if a government can act in violation of one provision of its constitution, it has assumed the power to act in violation of all the constitution’s provisions.  This being true, the government in question has become illegitimate and has no basis for its existence, other than the brute force provided by its military and law enforcement agencies, as is the case with the government of the United States of America today.

To reiterate; a constitution is a formal agreement between citizens as to the nature and scope of a government they agree to live under.  It should never be violated or infringed upon by the government it created.  From this it follows that it is a citizen’s first duty and responsibility is to not condone or tolerate a violation of his constitution.  If he does, then what has happened is that the citizen so disposed, has unilaterally and wrongfully dissolved the bond that ties citizens together as a nation and entered into an illegal and unholy alliance with the government officials involved.  This grievously violates the constitution in question and the civil rights of the citizens who do not condone the unconstitutional nature of the action the government has taken.  As previously discussed, this state of affairs is the very essence of tyranny.

The Founders, to a man, would agree with and endorse what you just read.  To posture or hold that this is not the case, turns a constitution into useless charade, perpetuated to fool people into thinking that the government involved is legal and subservient to them, as is the case with the government of the United States today.  Our Constitution has been reduced to window dressing and our government routinely and deliberately violates it. This truth is clearly evident in consideration of Amendment X of our Constitution.  The intent of the Founders was to limit the nature and scope of our government and added Amendment X to our Constitution to accomplish this.  Amendment X reads; “The Powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States, respectively, or to the people.”

In other words, what Amendment X does, is establish that our Federal government cannot take any action or exercise any power, not specifically granted to it by the provisions of our Constitution.  All other powers or actions are reserved to the States or to the American people.  Therefore, in order to establish that our government stands in violation of our Constitution, all that need be done is identify what our Federal Government does that is not provided for by it.  Toward this end, I offer the following: the income tax, the IRS, the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, social security, the USAF, the Space Force, HUD, the Department of Agriculture, NASA, the interstate highway system, the ATF, etc., etc.  Granted, all or at least most of these things are desirable, but being desirable does not make them legal under the Constitution.

How did this terrible situation come about?  What has been described constitutes a deliberate and flagrant power grab by our Federal government, but what is not intuitively obvious, is why our elected representative chose to forgo obeying the provisions of our Constitution and turn our government into the power grabbing monster that it is?  I submit that the key date to answering this question is 1913, the year that the Federal Reserve Act was passed.  Before 1913, our government obeyed our Constitution.  However, in 1913, an ultimate power grab or coup took place, not by our government, but by a group of international bankers, whose ultimate goal was to dominate and control all the governments of the world, through what would eventually become known as a New World Order.

The coup in question could not have been consummated openly, according to the amendment procedure of our constitution, so it had to be accomplished through stealth and deception, by way of a simple act of Congress.  Article I, Section 8, of our Constitution states that Congress will have the power to coin money, and regulate the value thereof.  The Constitution makes no mention of Congress having authority to transfer the power to coin money to anyone else, especially a privately owned international banking cartel.  Amendment X, precludes this from happening.  But happen it did, and most Americans were fooled into accepting this unconstitutional power play because the central bankers called their monster the Federal Reserve Bank (FED).  This name led Americans to assume this criminal organization was legal and part of our government.

As horrible as all this is, the truly terrible aspect of the situation is that when the FED creates money on our behalf, it really is not on our behalf, because the money created is theirs and not ours.  The FED loans this money to our government at interest.  Every dollar our government borrows from the FED is a dollar our government gets to spend, but also is a dollar that the people of this nation owe to the FED, plus interest.  Once paid, the FED owns and keeps the money we give it.  Needless to say, this setup is absurd and the huge amounts of money the FED obtains through this scheme is obtained by fraud.  It is this fraudulently obtained money, that is used to corrupt our government and key institutions of our society.

From 1913 forward, the Federal government, for the most part, has ignored our Constitution and acted as if it didn’t exist.  Today, Americans sit back and do nothing other than to tell others how proud they are to be American and ask God to bless this sordid and shameful state of affairs.  For these reasons, I am not proud to be an American, and the truth of the matter is that those of you who are, legitimatize a system of governing that not only is not American, but one that has turned Americans from being citizens into being subjects of a group of greedy and demented men.

Recommended articles by Alan Adaschik:

100 Years of Deception: A Blueprint for the Destruction of a Nation

Think you know American history? Think again.

Through “One-Hundred Years of Deception”, author Alan R. Adaschik reveals how the citizens of the United States have been played for fools over the past century. Very few Americans know anything about what is behind the events which have shaped our nation. Most of us assume that information provided by the mainstream news industry is the truth, however, on critical issues, we only get part of the story and a lot of important information is left out, deliberately shaping our perceptions of events and our society’s institutions.

This book is one man’s attempt to show Americans not just the trees, but the forest as well.

One-Hundred Years of Deception” demonstrates that the U.S. government was overthrown in 1913 by a group of conspirators who engineered passage of the Federal Reserve Act. Since then, these people have pulled the strings that made a nation dance. By controlling the media and infiltrating most key institutions of our society, they have kept Americans oblivious to what they were doing, and why, creating systems that are self-serving to them and not in the best interests of the nation.

This book sheds much-needed light upon what most people do not know, in the hope of snapping them out of the trance which holds them in captivity.

“A conspiracy theorist’s dream book – but without the ridiculous notions or need for a tinfoil hat. This author knows his material… We all know that the media is controlled – this tells us how and who.”

“100 Years of Deception: A Blueprint for the Destruction of a Nation” is available here on Amazon.

About the author:

Alan R. AdaschikAlan Adaschik was born in New London, Connecticut in 1943. He was raised in Brooklyn, New York and attended Franklin K. Lane High School. Upon graduation, he was accepted as an engineering student by the University of Michigan in its Naval ROTC program. Upon completing college, Al qualified for Navy flight training and received his wings as a Jet Fighter Pilot in June of 1966. After completing his tour of duty, he left the service and earned a MBA from Long Island University.

Al has worked as a Flight Test Conductor for the Grumman Aerospace Corporation, a Financial Analyst for the Singer Company, a Senior Financial Analyst for Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, and a Financial Administrator for the City of Fort Lauderdale. In 1994, Congress passed the unconstitutional General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) which made the United States a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO). Acting as Attorney Pro-se for the voting citizens of this nation, Al sued our government over the constitutionality of GATT. The Court ruled his lawsuit was without merit on technical reasons and Al did not pursue the matter further.

Al has written three books; “While We Sleep – A Story of Government Without Law”, “An Alaskan Adventure – A Travelogue and Environmental Treatise” and his latest book, “100 Years of Deception: A Blueprint for the Destruction of a Nation”. Al also developed and hosted a website called “The Constitution forum” (which is no longer online) and as host of this site, authored a plethora of political articles and essays, many of which can still be found online at various websites.

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