By Ed Howes
No man can properly serve two masters. How many active military would continue service to the Money Power if they knew what that power was doing to their country? Are these military personnel not all in violation of their sacred oath? They might be if the Oath of Allegiance was not a fraud to begin with. If the military knew whom they serve and their Oath is a fraud, how many would continue their dishonorable behavior? Who will tell them the truth?
The contract a service member has with the government of the United States is the Oath of Allegiance. I am a Vietnam Era Veteran (non combat) and I would like to inform you the Oath is a fraud, therefore the contract is a fraud and non binding. First, the Oath is a fraud in its administration. “Raise your right hand and repeat after me.” Very few have a clue what is coming next. Name me one other contract executed in such a fashion. The idea is to make a recruit believe he is honor bound to follow all subsequent “lawful” orders, unable to know the difference between lawful and otherwise, without becoming a lawyer. It is not executed in good faith, it is a trick, a fraud and legally null and void on these grounds alone.
“I will protect and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” The Constitution is a fraud. It was not ratified by the people or the representatives of the people in the state legislatures but by appointees of the representatives, having no authority to speak for the people. A contract can only bind the contractors. No contract can bind the offspring of a contractor who has reached the age of majority or consent, without his/her consent.
How does one protect or defend any contract to which he is no party? How would you defend your neighbor’s marriage contract? Who is an enemy of a contract? Who is a foreign enemy of the contract? Who is a domestic enemy of the contract? Who decides such matters? A commanding officer? What if a superior officer is a domestic enemy of the contract? What does a conscientious soldier do about that? What if the Secretary of Defense is an enemy of the contract? What if the Commander in Chief is an enemy of the contract? How does a soldier execute his duty to protect and defend? No one ever told us, did they?
If your Commander in Chief is serving foreign powers, what is your duty? If you can’t answer these questions, why are you wearing a uniform? Why did we ever wear one?
Let us daily increase in: wisdom, love, gratitude, reverence, healing, peace, joy, happiness, laughter and prosperity.
(C) 2010 Ed Howes