THE FOUR AGREEMENTS
Be Impeccable With Your Word.... Don’t Take Anything Personally.... Don’t Make Assumptions.... Always Do Your Best....
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Keep On Practicing The 4 Agreements
Keep On Practicing The 4 Agreements
Be Impeccable With Your WordSpeak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others. Use the power of your word in the direction of truth and love.
Don’t Take Anything PersonallyNothing others do is because of you. What others say and do is a projection of their own reality, their own dream. When you are immune to the opinions and actions of others, you won’t be the victim of needless suffering.
Don’t Make AssumptionsFind the courage to ask questions and to express what you really want. Communicate with others as clearly as you can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness, and drama. With just this one agreement, you can completely transform your life.
Always Do Your BestOur best is going to change from moment to moment; it will be different when you are healthy as opposed to sick. Under any circumstances, simply do your best, and you will avoid self-judgment, self-abuse, and regret.
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Working together, we can have that
Clean Honest Government
Working together, we can have that Clean Honest Government this generation.
Our Nation's Pledge Since 1776
OUR FALLEN NATION
These 3 words, people never want to hear about their own country.
This Is About Our Citizens In Government
— and how little we THINK about what they do — Before Thanking Them for Their Service: (especially military and police)
KNOW WHAT THEY DID or Worse Yet —— DIDN'T DO
They (military, police, elected, appointed, and others in government) swear or affirm to support and defend The Constitution for the United States of America against enemies foreign and Domestic!
Know what they did or did not do to protect The Constitution for the United States of America — especially against Domestic Enemies.
When I swore oath to The Constitution for the United States of America against enemies foreign and domestic; I did not fully comprehend the weight and power of that oath.
What you are about to read and hear, is my not forgiving myself for my gross ignorance of the time; for not arresting legislators who passed unconstitutional laws, or police who enforced them, or even judges and lawyers for punishing people for violating those unconstitutional laws.
This is me, trying to set the record straight about my years in the military. Though the DD214 Discharge Form claims my service as "HONORABLE" — that service may have been honorable to the government, but not to the nation I thought I entered to serve.
My service to you, the people of these united States of America was wholly Treasonous, in that I did nothing to help secure your rights against the tyrants and despots of our own government.
When we, the people, so easily forgive our government officers for their political transgressions; we literally encourage them to get worse. We see this when our government officials lightly punish crime; we get more of it and worse.
We think that just because a person gets sworn into office (police, military, or any of the three head/branches of government) that they fully comprehend their oath of office and that they are honest people. Unfortunately, this, is rarely true.
Yes. Nearly all people in government service are easy to get along with on their jobs — so long as you do not question their authority or their knowledge of the Constitution they swore oath to defend. I know. I've served more than a few sentences in a few different jails for not having committed any crime; but for being accused of violating a law that itself is a violation of the US Constitution. Most of the times there was never a trial, not even an arraignment by which to defend myself against the charges.
Several times, older folk who served in one of the World Wars or another war are quick to tell me that I HAVE THE RIGHTS I DO (such and such)....BECAUSE THEY FOUGHT IN A WAR OR SERVED IN THE MILITARY.
If that is true......
I must thank them, as I must thank myself for allowing our government officers to progressively and systematically trample the peoples' rights because of our gross ignorance about the Constitution we swore an oath to serve. We... did nothing.
Be very cautious about habitually thanking someone for their service in uniform. They may take it as your permission to keep trampling peoples' rights, ignorantly or deliberately, as they have in the past.
It does not matter whether they be military, police, lawmakers, judges, or executive officers, or lawyers; you may unknowingly be thanking them for trampling the very rights you thought they defended.
Video: Swearing in Oath — What it really means
Video: Before thanking a Veteran (military or police)
OUR FALLEN NATION
It truly is sad when what was supposed to be a FREE Country converted back — rather continued the despotism and tyranny right under the people's noses. The present generation still declares our "freedoms"; which are over 10 TIMES more oppressed than what our founding generation suffered in 1776..
Consider that it was a 3% tax on tea in 1776. Today, accounting for most taxes, our average to low-end tax-rate is about 30%.
The people of these united States of America never saw it coming. As of this day (11/08/2019) very few people even recognize our government personnel as the tyrants and despots and traitors they are. If I do my job correctly, this content will help you easily recognize a tyranny, despotism, and traitor within our government.
With CleanHonestGov.com I hope to improve our political condition; right our failed nation; and restructure our presently tyrannical, despotic, treasonous, and failed government, in order to better secure our rights (see The unanimous Declaration of the united States of America), (see The Constitution for the United States of America, Article 3, Section 3)with regards to tyranny, despotism, and treason.
This is where you come in. I cannot, nor should I, even if I could, do it alone.
Video: Tyrants by any other name
Tyrannicide Definition Screenshot
TYRANNICIDE. "The act of killing a tyrant."
Question is: How do you kill a tyrant without becoming just another tyrant?
That is exactly what happened within these united States of America. We merely replaced a tyrant 3,000 miles away with 3,000 tyrants one mile away.
The goal is to replace the corrupted form of government and the politicians within it, with a better idea and better plan to finally put into action the original design and plan for our nation and our governments — For the first time in our nation's history, without acting like and becoming the tyrants we remove from office.
This is the hope I have for the CleanHonestGov.Com content. To show us how to get the job done right.
Handy Little Gizzmo