Crabylon Six

If humans were reproducing so that they doubled every 50 years, the total population of humans in 2257 AD might be 187 billion.
(2020-2257 = 237 years; 4.74 doubling cycles; 2^4.74 = 26.72 factor; times 7 billion = 187,059,693,952, or 187 billion)
To sustain that number on terrestrial planets would be impractical. Whereas massive cylindrical space habitats could support that many. Acclimated to living in artificial habitats, humans could exist in any stellar system, as long as there was plenty of raw materials to construct more colonies… and a friendly neighborhood fusion reactor.

An “Island Three” O’Neill colony might consist of (2) 5 mile diameter by 20 mile long cylinders.
Radius = 13200 ft. (4023.4 m)
Each cylinder could hold 1319 “floors” of concentric cylinders, with a total surface area of 207188.04 square miles (536614.56 square kilometers).
Combining both cylinders, the net result is 414,376.08 square miles (1073229.12 square kilometers).

(For comparison, the surface area of California is 163,696 sq mi or 423970.69 sq km )

If the population density was 100/ sq.mi.(6.4 acres per person), a space colony could contain a maximum of 41,437,608 passengers.

To house 187 billion humans, would require only 4,514 mega-colonies in 2257. Of course, the construction rate would have to be doubling at a faster rate than humanity – say 20 to 30 years to construct a colony. And if each new colony has the “job” of building another colony, the rate of construction would exceed the rate of human population growth.

As for raw material, there’s plenty in the Solar system.

Scientists think the M-type (metallic) asteroid 16 Psyche is comprised mostly of metallic iron and nickel similar to Earth’s core.
16 Psyche (asteroid) mass : (2.23±0.36)×10^19 kg

From this one asteroid, one could build 546,256,494,080 battleships of the Iowa Class.
IOWA class battleship weighs 45,000 tons (40,823,313.3 kg, or 40,823 metric tonnes)

{Of course, we’d rather build autonomous space colonies, instead of armored dreadnoughts in space.}
An O’Neill cylinder 5 miles x 20 miles, 1319 decks, holding approx. 10.36 million crew (nominal) 20 million (max).
Massing 26,742 megatonnes per colony
Estimated 833,895 space colonies could be constructed from just that one asteroid.

Most efficient means to construct the infrastructure is to use autonomous robot factories (“Queen ants”) which are seeded upon a multitude of celestial bodies. Each “queen” builds tools (myrmidons?), that build the bigger tools, that build the shells, hulls, tanks, and habitats necessary for space colonization. When finished, they could be shipped via the Interplanetary Transport Network, to a Lagrange point near Earth, for commissioning with crew and supplies.

Once the rate of new colony construction far exceeds the rate of population growth, there will be innumerable opportunities for staking a claim on an “empty” and setting off, to new orbits, or even new star systems, utilizing solar powered laser satellites to propel these colonies outfitted with massive solar sails.

Star systems may be colonized by first sending robot scouts / factories to investigate and begin construction of infrastructure, vessels, and laser propulsion systems. Then launch an armada (i.e., serial packets) of colony transport habitats, via laser propulsion (0.1g acceleration requires 354 days to reach 0.1c), to the neighboring star systems. The continuous long chain of ships, 0.1 light year apart, provide a communications link. One year from destination, decelerate using the laser systems previously built, and then crew, provision and commission the habitats and vivariums awaiting their arrival. (Low acceleration is more practical when living within a 1g spinning habitat.)

Repeat the process, and expand life outward to new star systems, filling the galaxy in half a billion years or so.
By then we might have a means to reach other galaxies.

Deconstructing America #001

Mystery #001
The Strange Disappearance of the Republican Form of Government
by Jeff Ganaposki

At this time, there are (unofficially) over 320 million Americans, of which less than 1 in 100,000 can accurately define the republican form of government, its origin and source. That’s roughly 3,200 people. And it’s a guesstimate based on the pervasive propaganda and indoctrination that disguises the republican form.

Most people assume that a republican form is synonymous with a republic, but that is not correct. The People’s Republic of China is a republic but NOT a republican form. It’s more a communist meritocracy, but I digress.

Others assume that America is a constitutional republic, which is not a reference to the republican form, because the republican form existed BEFORE the U.S. Constitution. And Art. 4, Sec. 4 only guarantees the already existing republican form to the people in the united States of America.

When I was a wee lad embraced by the arms of government approved indoctrination, I was shown the indirect democratic form of government – where the citizens voted for representatives and public officials who filled the offices of government. But a democracy, direct or indirect, is not a republican form. In fact, they are mutually exclusive. In a democracy, a majority can legally persecute a minority. And America is NOT a democracy – especially not a parliamentary democracy.

As part of the disinformation campaign, I was repeatedly told that the citizens were the bosses, and the elected officials were their servants – as in public servants. But a cursory examination exposed the lie. Once elected, no campaign promise was binding, but the acts of the official were binding on his constituency, the electorate.

The biggest whopper was that the president was the most powerful man in America, and empowered to govern us. In reality, he’s the highest ranking public servant, one step down in status from the lowest non-subject American. He may be the Commander in Chief of the armed forces, but Congress has the power to declare war, activate the militia, and determine funding of said actions.

When one tries to find an official “legal” definition, suddenly it becomes muddled.

Under “G” – – –

GOVERNMENT (Republican government) One in which the powers of sovereignty are vested in the people and are exercised by the people, either directly, or through representatives chosen by the people, to whom those powers are specially delegated. In re Duncan, 139 U.S. 449, 11 S.Ct. 573, 35 L.Ed. 219; Minor v. Happersett, 88 U.S. (21 Wall.) 162, 22 L.Ed. 627.

– – – Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition, P. 695

Under “R” – – –

REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT. A government in the republican form; a government of the people; a government by representatives chosen by the people. In re Duncan, 139 U.S. 449, 11 S.Ct. 573, 35 L.Ed. 219.

– – – Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition, P. 1303

When I first read that definition, I thought they were referring to the citizens voting for their representatives and government officers.
I was being misled.

CLUE #001

In the Declaration of Independence, we find the first clue.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”

All men – which includes women under common English usage – contrary to the Left wing nuts – (male terms include female, whereas female terms exclude the male) – all men are created equal before the law – none higher – no royal class;
All men are endowed with rights that include but are not limited to natural rights (life, right to defend oneself and one’s property, privacy, good reputation, etc.), natural liberty (the right of dominion over one’s person and property, absolute ownership of private property), personal liberty (the right to travel upon public roads and water ways, without hindrance), inherent powers (to self government, control over one’s children, etc), privileges and immunities inherent in the people.

And governments are instituted to secure these endowed rights.


However, there is a problem. In today’s America, we’re told that we’re born into U.S. citizenship, that comes with mandatory civic duties such as jury duty, militia duty, paying taxes, and so on. If you are so obligated, then you cannot simultaneously have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Because if you disregard the government’s orders, you will be deprived of your property, liberty and perhaps your life.
Consider that militia duty – the obligation to train, fight, and die on command – is a definite violation of one’s sacred endowment. And yet the Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that civic duties are not involuntary servitude.

What’s going on?

Perhaps we volunteered and can’t recall how or when?

Recapping, all men have endowed rights, but citizens have mandatory civic duties that abrogate endowed rights. And governments are instituted to secure endowed rights, but imposition of citizenship at birth, voids endowed rights that governments were instituted to secure.

Can’t have it both ways!
Either the governments recognize American people have endowed rights or they’re in breach of the Declaration of Independence, imposing involuntary servitude implied by citizenship at birth – infants cannot consent.

And any skeptics who think that the Declaration is NOT the foundation of law in these united States should direct their attention to their state constitution wherein one should find a restatement of the Declaration regarding the people’s endowment.


In the united States of America, each state is a sovereign, and the United States in Congress assembled is a foreign corporation with respect to each state. The U.S. government has limited exclusive jurisdiction, and has no general jurisdiction over the 50 states united.
So the 14th amendment didn’t impose citizenship on the people in the states united. It was instituted for imposing citizenship upon former privately owned chattels. But it suited the government to let people assume otherwise, because there was a deliberate shuffle done in the 1820s that began the eradication of the republican form of government from the minds of Americans.


Under the original recipe, governments were instituted among men to secure creator endowed rights – adjudicating disputes, prosecuting criminals, and defending the nation. In other words, mutual aid and cooperation in defending Americans from all enemies, foreign and domestic. And nothing more without consent of the governed.

Under such a lean and mean government, you’re not going to get rich and powerful. In fact, no endowed right was taxable lest government diminish them by raising taxes. Only government privileges were taxable. And in those early days one had to be a property owner, tax payer, militia man, and be held to a higher standard of behavior because public service was a privilege not a right, and the people could object to those they found disreputable, unacceptable or disgusting. That’s right – only the citizens and elected officials were bound to obey the ‘rules’ that they consented to – not the sovereign people.


It is apparent that many Americans, especially the Founding generation, knew that all men had endowed rights and governments were instituted to secure them. And that only citizens had duties and obligations that abrogated endowed rights. How do we know this? The end of the Declaration of Independence spells it out:
“…And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor.”
The founders surrendered their endowed rights to life, property ownership and liberty in order to secure endowed rights as the new government of these states united. And all citizens are presumed to have made the same pledge – hence the legality of Selective Service (the draft) and other mandatory civic duties.
{Some have argued that the creator is sovereign over his creation. But this does not apply to a compact based government. Those who created and agreed to the rules of the compact, are subject to its terms. They surrendered sovereignty.}

In one supreme court case, Chisholm v. Georgia, Justice John Jay expresses the most astounding idea – that Americans are sovereigns – and the government is their agent (not unlike a regent), and not their ruler. This is the key feature of the republican form of government.

People who have Creator endowed rights are basically sovereigns without subjects, masters of their dominion, and enjoy liberty, freedom and independence. Remember, they were born equal before the law – none higher. And the highest status at law is sovereign. There is none higher than sovereign.

As a sovereign, and master over that which you absolutely own, you can defend your rights as you see fit. No servant government can promise to protect you, it’s impossible to ever have enough protectors. Your survival is your responsibility.
If you’ve ever wondered why American entertainment had so much violence in it, and historical heroes were often rough and tumble fighters, now you know. A right to life is useless unless defended, and a people unwilling to defend their rights are easily conquered. So, too, are people who don’t know they have rights to defend.

If You Cannot Carry Weapons Without Government Permission, You Do Not Have a Right to Life. You Only Have a Privilege to Live, Revocable by the State.

A right undefended is useless.

[] Citizens, who gave consent to be governed, surrendered their endowed rights in exchange for privileges that come with mandatory civic duties that abrogate endowed rights.


These subjects can only defend government granted privileges.


It has been said that the American Revolution was directly fought by only 3% of the population, because most Americans weren’t wholly behind the rebellion. And those who prevailed had no intention of turning over the nation that they had just created to those “stay at homes” and “clever scoundrels”. That’s why citizenship was quite a burden. The founders wanted to insure that only the best could be servants to the masses.

By the 1820s, enough of the founders were dead and their knowledge forgotten, so that the third generation decided enough was enough. Why endure the bulk of the taxes and burdens of duty? They were going to “fix” things so a career in politics was more rewarding. The stringent requirements for citizens / electors were eased so that any warm body could vote – especially if helped along by free beer – and suddenly populist partisan politics blossomed. Now, servant government had plenty of warm bodies to govern and tax. Which led to abuses that culminated in the Civil War of 1861, a most misunderstood conflict.

As stated before, Americans are born equal, and have endowed rights, and are sovereigns without subjects under the republican form of government. How did the governments deal with the inequitable situation of chattel slavery? Simple – it was only allowed as a government taxable privilege under the CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY. That was why the Confederate States seceded instead of merely withdrawing from the democratic form. If they reverted back to the republican form, no sovereign could own slaves. As to the grievances of the Southern states, they were only applicable to the subject citizens, not to the sovereign people for whom all government was created. That’s why LINCOLN was correct in preserving the UNION and prosecuting the Civil War. The beneficiaries of the Union were the sovereign people in the republican form – not the subject citizens in the democratic form, north or south.

Unfortunately, historical revisionists have created disinformation and mythology to imply that the war wasn’t fought over slavery but economic injustices caused by tariffs, and so on. But the truth is that the Confederate subjects and their governments decided to derail the United States sovereignty train, and by division, weaken both sides – which did not benefit the sovereign people – what few remained.

And as the years passed, fewer Americans knew of their sovereign heritage and blindly signed up as citizens and residents, unknowingly surrendering their birthright.

What is that birthright?
You were born equal before the law, no one can be born higher. Thus you are a sovereign, and the government is your servant and agent instituted to help secure your Creator endowed rights, which include but are not limited to natural rights, natural and personal liberty, inherent powers, absolute ownership of private property, privileges and immunities not based on consent to be governed. You are the social equal of every monarch on the planet, and all other titled nobility are inferior to you. That’s why Americans do not kneel nor bow. It’s also why Americans can marry foreign nobility and not violate their local laws prohibiting marriage to “commoners.” We are kings and queens, lords of our land, with the sovereign prerogatives to inflict capital punishment on trespassers without benefit of a trial. (Private property – no trespassing – trespassers will be shot) [not applicable to estate]

Which leads us to the last question : who benefits at tricking a whole nation into squandering their birthright and transferring wealth and power to miscreants?

America’s republican form of government makes America the most dangerous nation. For if we succeeded, all other people would be inspired to overthrow their sovereign monarchs and governments. And that may explain our current dire situation.


Title 28 United States Code, §3002. Definitions,
(15) “United States” means –
(a) a Federal corporation

FEDERAL CORPORATIONS – The United States government is a foreign corporation with respect to a state.

– – – Volume 19, Corpus Juris Secundum XVIII.
Foreign Corporations, Sections 883,884

“The United States and the State of California are two separate sovereignties, each dominant in its own sphere.”

– – – Redding v. Los Angeles (1947), 81 C.A.2d 888, 185 P.2d 430.
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Article I Declaration of Rights [Section 1 – Sec. 32]
( Article 1 adopted 1879. )
Section 1.
All people are by nature free and independent and have inalienable rights. Among these are enjoying and defending life and liberty, acquiring, possessing, and protecting property, and pursuing and obtaining safety, happiness, and privacy.
Pennsylvania Constitution,
Article 1, Section 1. Inherent Rights of Mankind

All men are born equally free and independent, and have certain inherent and indefeasible rights, among which are those of enjoying and defending life and liberty, of acquiring, possessing and protecting property and reputation, and of pursuing their own happiness.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PRIVATE PROPERTY and ESTATE are mutually exclusive

PRIVATE PROPERTY – As protected from being taken for public uses, is such property as belongs absolutely to an individual, and of which he has the exclusive right of disposition. Property of a specific, fixed and tangible nature, capable of being in possession and transmitted to another, such as houses, lands, and chattels.

– – – Black’s Law dictionary, sixth ed., p.1217

OWNERSHIP – … Ownership of property is either absolute or qualified. The ownership of property is absolute when a single person has the absolute dominion over it… The ownership is qualified when it is shared with one or more persons, when the time of enjoyment is deferred or limited, or when the use is restricted.
– – -Black’s Law dictionary, sixth ed., p. 1106

LAND. … The land is one thing, and the ESTATE in land is another thing, for an ESTATE in land is a time in land or land for a time.
– – -Black’s Law dictionary, sixth ed., p.877

ESTATE – The degree, quantity, nature and extent of interest which a person has in real and personal property. An estate in lands, tenements, and hereditaments signifies such interest as the tenant has therein.

– – -Black’s Law dictionary, sixth ed., p.547

REAL ESTATE …. is synonymous with real property.

– – – Black’s Law dictionary, sixth ed., p.1263

REAL PROPERTY … A general term for lands, tenements, heriditaments; which on the death of the owner intestate, passes to his heir.

– – – Black’s Law dictionary, sixth ed.,p.1218

INTEREST – …More particularly it means a right to have the advantage of accruing from anything ; any right in the nature of property, but less than title.
– – -Black’s Law dictionary, sixth ed., p. 812

Estate = real and personal property = real estate = qualified ownership

Only land and property absolutely owned by an individual is private property. All else is estate, held with qualified ownership.

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An example of the lost knowledge of our forefathers comes from “The Devil’s Dictionary”, by Ambrose Bierce, a collection of humorous definitions, originally published in a weekly paper starting in 1881.
Apparently his audience knew what he was writing about, though today’s reader would not.
ALIEN, n. An American sovereign in his probationary state.
– – – “The Devil’s Dictionary” (1906), by Ambrose Bierce
(download available from
His audience knew what an “American sovereign” was, to understand the joke.

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” PERSONAL LIBERTY, or the Right to enjoyment of life and liberty, is one of the fundamental or natural Rights, which has been protected by its inclusion as a guarantee in the various constitutions, which is not derived from, or dependent on, the U.S. Constitution, which may not be submitted to a vote and may not depend on the outcome of an election. It is one of the most sacred and valuable Rights, as sacred as the Right to private property…and is regarded as inalienable.”

– – – 16 Corpus Juris Secundum , Constitutional Law, Sect.202, p.987.


” Our theory of government and governmental powers is wholly at variance with that urged by appellant herein. The rights of the individual are not derived from governmental agencies, either municipal, state or federal, or even from the Constitution. They exist inherently in every man, by endowment of the Creator, and are merely reaffirmed in the Constitution, and restricted only to the extent that they have been VOLUNTARILY SURRENDERED BY THE CITIZENSHIP to the agencies of government. The people’s rights are not derived from the government, but the government’s authority comes from the people. The Constitution but states again these rights already existing, and when legislative encroachment by the nation, state, or municipality invade these original and permanent rights, it is the duty of the courts to so declare, and to afford the necessary relief. The fewer restrictions that surround the individual liberties of the citizen, except those for the preservation of the public health, safety, and morals, the more contented the people and the more successful the democracy.”

– – – City of Dallas v Mitchell, 245 S.W. 944
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The rights of the individual / national / non-citizen / inhabitant / non-resident are not derived from government, but are Creator endowed.
But once consent to be governed is granted, via citizenship, that endowment has been surrendered / waived by the citizenry. Why? Because mandatory civic duties abrogate endowed natural rights, natural and personal liberty, absolute ownership of private property, etc, etc.


Art. 1, Sec. 8, USCON (1789)
Congress shall have power … To provide for calling forth the militia to execute the laws of the union, suppress insurrections and repel invasions…

Title 10 USC Sec. 311. Militia: composition and classes
(a) The militia of the United States consists of ALL able-bodied MALES at least 17 years of age and, … under 45 years of age who are … CITIZENS of the United States

STATES also impose militia duty

Pennsylvania General Assembly
Title 51, Part II, Chapter 3
The Militia
§ 301. Formation.
(a) Pennsylvania militia.–The militia of this Commonwealth shall consist of:
(1) all able-bodied citizens of the United States and all other able-bodied persons who have declared their intention to become citizens of the United States, residing within this Commonwealth, who are at least 17 years six months of age and, except as hereinafter provided, not more than 55 years of age…
“The great draft riot in New York City in July 1863 involved Irish immigrants who had been signed up as citizens to swell the vote of the city’s Democratic political machine, not realizing it made them liable for the draft.”

Geo.Wash. Sums it up nicely in 1783 – long before the constitution
. . .
“It may be laid down, as a primary position, and the basis of our system, that every citizen who enjoys the protection of a free government, owes not only a proportion of his property, but even of his personal services to the defence of it, and consequently that the Citizens of America (with a few legal and official exceptions) from 18 to 50 Years of Age should be borne on the Militia Rolls, provided with uniform Arms, and so far accustomed to the use of them, that the Total strength of the Country might be called forth at Short Notice on any very interesting Emergency.”

– – – George Washington; “Sentiments on a Peace Establishment” in a letter to Alexander Hamilton (2 May 1783); published in The Writings of George Washington (1938), edited by John C. Fitzpatrick, Vol. 26, p. 289.

[… Every citizen … owes a portion of his property … and services in defense … in the militia … from 18 to 50 years of age… ]

The Supreme Court has held, in Butler v. Perry, 240 U.S. 328 (1916), that the Thirteenth Amendment does not prohibit “enforcement of those duties which individuals owe to the state, such as services in the army, MILITIA, on the jury, etc.” In Selective Draft Law Cases, 245 U.S. 366 (1918), the Supreme Court ruled that the military draft was not “involuntary servitude”.

Since the militia only include CITIZENS, and not all people (who apparently retain their rights), citizenship must be voluntary. But once one volunteers, those civic duties become mandatory.

If government claims the power to impose citizenship upon infants that cannot consent, it violates the very basis of law in these united States of America.

“… at the Revolution, the sovereignty devolved on the people, and they are truly the sovereigns of the country, but they are sovereigns without subjects, and have none to govern but themselves. . .
“… In Europe, the sovereignty is generally ascribed to the Prince; here, it rests with the people; there, the sovereign actually administers the government; here, never in a single instance; our Governors are the agents of the people, and, at most, stand in the same relation to their sovereign in which regents in Europe stand to their sovereigns.”
– – – Justice John Jay, Chisholm v. Georgia, 2 U.S. 2 Dall. 419 419 (1793)

“Our” governments are agents of the sovereign people. Obviously, no American government can exercise the power to impose subjugation upon the sovereign people they were instituted to serve, not rule, govern, nor trespass upon our endowed rights.

And if fraud was used to get your consent, you have the legal right to denounce the fraud, and withdraw consent, restoring all your endowed rights, etc.
“There is no question of the general doctrine that fraud vitiates the most solemn contracts, documents, and even judgments.”
– – – United States v. Throckmorton, 98 U.S. 61 (1878)


You don’t have time to waste and I don’t want to waste your time. The system is rigged, the sucker doesn’t get an even break, and those you were told to trust are liars or pretend ignorance when you pin them down.

I got pulled into the study of law by having my “ox gored” and found that not only could I not get free legal help, nor afford it, but that help was woefully ignorant of the law. Absurd as it may sound, lawyers don’t know law. They know procedure and what will work under the current system.

What could substantiate such a profound accusation? Personal experience, for one. When arrested via a capias warrant that failed to comply with the fourth amendment, the court appointed liar -ahem- lawyer had no clue as to the problem. I asked him what the fourth amendment stated. He arrogantly stated that he had been practicing law for over 11 years, and it was not germane to the case. I replied, that their capias warrant failed to comply with federal rules of criminal procedure and the fourth amendment. Again, what does the fourth amendment say? He said he did not know. I paraphrased : no warrant shall issue unless upon probable cause supported by sworn oath or affirmation – that is to say “under penalty of perjury” – and the capias warrant had no such probable cause, nor even a judge’s signature as required. It only had a clerk’s signature. So no one put their necks on the chopping block when they had me arrested. That, to me, was unAmerican.

Technically, he was both right -and- wrong. If I had consented to be governed, such niceties as a constitutional warrant can be waived. This is nothing new. It’s been part of the law since 1776…. or 1777, thereabouts. But no one told me that. In fact, I sincerely doubt that 1 in 100,000 Americans can accurately define the republican form of government, its source and origin.

What has the republican form have to do with anything? Well, for one thing, it’s the foundation of all American law. That 99.999% of Americans are pig ignorant of their law is a bad sign. They think they’re in a democracy, an indirect democracy, a constitutional republic, or a socialist democratic republic or other such nonsense.

This may shock you to learn that you’ve been lied to by the world’s greatest propaganda ministry. Not only was I fooled, when I thought I found contrary evidence, that, too, was tampered with so I was doubly fooled. (Often called “patriot mythology” and involves “State Citizens”, militias, strawman, name in all capital letters, State nationals, commercialization of the birth certificate, “Sovereign Citizens,” and often supported by reams of bogus references that appear to be legitimate. Generally involves arcane and complex arguments, by those “who are in the know” and insinuate that “you do not know.” They plead : “Trust me!”)

Yet all facts are in the public record, available at any county courthouse law library. Thus we cannot charge them with conspiracy because they’re hiding the culprits in plain sight. We just can’t perceive reality. Don’t believe me – go read the law yourself. If I told you what you will find in the law, you wouldn’t believe me. Shucks, if I went back in time to 1990, and told myself, I wouldn’t believe me, either. But if you do go to the courthouse, remember to wear knee pads and “Depends”… you may fall to your knees, weeping, or pee yourself.

What is reality?
In the Declaration of Independence, paraphrased, all men are born equal – before the law – none higher; and all men have Creator endowed rights that governments were instituted to secure – not tax, regulate nor trespass. In short, governments in America were delegated power to adjudicate disputes, prosecute criminals, and defend against all enemies, foreign or domestic. Nothing more without consent of the governed.

Skeptics may argue that the Declaration is not law, but it is no coincidence that EVERY state constitution repeats the “self evident truths” that all men have Creator endowed rights, whether they’re called inherent rights, inalienable rights, human rights, sacred rights or use a different adjective.

Let me rephrase that : all men (which in English usage includes the feminine) have rights and liberties, as in natural rights, natural and personal liberties, absolute ownership of private property, inherent powers, privileges and immunities that governments were instituted to secure.

So where does the government get the delegated power to impose mandatory civic duties that abrogate endowed rights? Any casual inquiry shows that Americans have to get permission (license) and / or pay taxes to live, work, travel, drive a car, own, buy, sell, trade, build a house, hunt, fish, fly, treat the sick, endow progeny, marry, and / or own a dog to name but a few.

I have found volumes of laws that appear to restrain, regulate and tax the poor U.S. citizen / resident residing at a residence, duly enrolled and enumerated, in FICA, with open, interest bearing bank accounts, with instrumentalities of the Federal Reserve, with whom they have a signed agreement to “abide by the rules of the bank.” (Ex: signature card).

You were endowed by your Creator with absolute rights to life, liberty, absolute ownership, decision making, and action over you and yours. No servant government is your master. You do not need permission to live, travel, work, buy, sell, marry, endow, transmit, fly, enter occupations, build a house, or own a dog. Those who try to persuade you that an ephemeral human being cannot absolutely own land, nor exclude others from your land, nor exercise liberty, are trying to trick you into surrendering your birthright.

How do we know this is real?
Ask questions, investigate, and read the law.
Which Americans retain their endowed rights ?
“All men” should have sacred rights – except those who consent to be governed.

What evidence is there that one has consented to be governed?
I grew up in the 1960s and 1970s, and one of the greatest fears was conscription, the draft, Selective Service. Ironically, few draft dodgers knew how and when they consented.

The Supreme Court has held, in Butler v. Perry, 240 U.S. 328 (1916), that the Thirteenth Amendment does not prohibit “enforcement of those duties which individuals owe to the state, such as services in the army, militia, on the jury, etc.” In Selective Draft Law Cases, 245 U.S. 366 (1918), the Supreme Court ruled that the military draft was not “involuntary servitude”.

In all the state and federal laws regarding militia duty, it appears to only apply to “citizens.” Only citizens can be compelled to serve – all others may volunteer. Ditto, for jury duty.

WHOA… Aren’t all Americans born within the jurisdiction of the “United States” a U.S. citizen and of the state in which they reside? That’s the 14th amendment to the USCON.

Stop and think. Pursuant to the Declaration, all men have endowed rights that governments were instituted to secure. No government can impose citizenship upon an infant that abrogates all endowed rights by mandatory civic duties. And if you read the preceding 13th amendment, involuntary servitude cannot exist within the “United States”, or any place subject to THEIR jurisdiction.

13th amendment, Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
{United States, in the plural, means the States united aka “USA”}

14th amendment, Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.
{The term “thereof” means of the thing just mentioned. So one who is subject to the “United States” for the purposes of U.S. citizenship means the federal government. United States, in the singular, must refer to the Federal government, a foreign corporation with respect to a State.}

“We have in our political system a government of the United States and a government of each of the several States. Each one of these governments is distinct from the others, and each has citizens of it’s own…”
United States v. Cruikshank, 92 U.S. 542 (1875)

“A citizen of the United States is a citizen of the federal government …”
Kitchens v. Steele, 112 F.Supp 383

FEDERAL CORPORATIONS – The United States government is a foreign corporation with respect to a state.
– – – Volume 19, Corpus Juris Secundum XVIII. Foreign Corporations, Sections 883,884

“The United States and the State of California are two separate sovereignties, each dominant in its own sphere.”
Redding v. Los Angeles (1947), 81 C.A.2d 888, 185 P.2d 430.

It will be admitted on all hands that with the exception of the powers granted to the states and the federal government, through the Constitutions, the people of the several states are unconditionally sovereign within their respective states.
Ohio L. Ins. & T. Co. v. Debolt 16 How. 416, 14 L.Ed. 997

Sovereignty itself is, of course, not subject to law, for it is the author and source of law; but in our system, while sovereign powers are delegated to the agencies of government, sovereignty itself remains with the people, by whom and for whom all government exists and acts.
[Yick Wo vs Hopkins, 118 U.S. 356, 370 (1886)]

One born within the boundaries of the USA of American parentage is an AMERICAN national.
If born within Federal jurisdiction, one is a U.S. citizen.
If born outside Federal jurisdiction, one is not a U.S. citizen.

The Supreme court ruled that mandatory civic duties were NOT involuntary servitude banned by the 13th amendment, which can only mean that
(a) citizenship is voluntary -or-
(b) U.S. citizens were not within “their jurisdiction” where involuntary servitude is banned.

They can’t have it both ways – either imposition of U.S. citizenship upon infants is involuntary servitude banned by the 13th amendment – or its not really applicable to those born in the USA.

No American national, endowed with liberty from his Creator can be born a subject citizen, without violating the Declaration of Independence and the 13th amendment. Because no infant can give consent to be governed, and surrender their Creator’s endowment. No one can consent for them, parent or guardian. The whole “citizenship at birth” is a scam. And it is no surprise that every government document requests you to CLAIM TO BE THEIR CITIZEN. Worse, they’ve fooled the private sector into asserting that they’re U.S. citizens / U.S. residents residing at a residence, duly enumerated via FICA, and so on.

In all my years, I have never been informed by any public authority that I had the option to not give consent, and remain an American national, non-citizen, free inhabitant, non-resident, domiciled upon private property, with all rights, powers, liberties, and endowments intact. Nor was I informed that citizens surrendered or waived ALL ENDOWED RIGHTS. If you can be compelled to perform jury duty, militia duty, surrender a portion of your property via taxes (or suffer confiscation), you are NOT one of the people who have rights. That’s been part of the law since day one.

If you’ve consented to be a citizen, you have NO ENDOWED RIGHTS.
Zip. Nada. Bumpkiss. Empty Set. Nought.
Any presumption to the contrary is an error not supported by law nor court ruling.

The government can order you to train, fight, and die, on command.
The government can take a portion of your property -or wages – or whatever – as it sees fit.
All authorized by your consent to be a CITIZEN (state or U.S.). Citizens, like the Founders, have pledged their lives, property and sacred honor in service to others and to the government.
ONLY Non-citizen nationals (people) retain their endowed rights.
(The USCON complies with this, too. People have rights and powers. Citizens have privileges and immunities. And they’re mutually exclusive.)

People have always had Creator endowed rights that the government could not tax, regulate nor infringe. Some are enumerated in the Bill of Rights. But they do not extend to the citizen who gave consent to be governed.

Remember, Creator endowed rights are not constitutional “rights.” In fact, anything a government grants is a privilege, not a right. They may call them civil rights and political rights, but in the law, they’re really civil liberties and political liberties.

Simple reason – to legally rob and rule you.

America is the only country on Earth with a republican form, where all men have sacred rights that make them SOVEREIGNS over their subject governments. In all other forms of government, the people whether citizens or not, are SUBJECTS of their sovereign governments. (Even the vaunted French Revolutionaries of 1787 wouldn’t dare recognize that French people were sovereigns.)

SOVEREIGN – “…Having undisputed right to make decisions and act accordingly”.
– – New Webster’s Dictionary And Thesaurus, p. 950.

SOVEREIGN – A person, body or state in which independent and supreme authority is vested…
– – Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition, p. 1395.

At the Revolution, the sovereignty devolved on the people and they are truly the sovereigns of the country. But they are sovereigns without subjects with none to rule but themselves.
– – – Justice John Jay, Chisholm v. Georgia, 2 Dall. 440, 463

It will be admitted on all hands that with the exception of the powers granted to the states and the federal government, through the Constitutions, the people of the several states are unconditionally sovereign within their respective states.
– – – Ohio L. Ins. & T. Co. v. Debolt 16 How. 416, 14 L.Ed. 997

NATURAL LIBERTY – The power of acting as one thinks fit, without any restraint or control, unless by the law of nature. The right which nature gives to all mankind of disposing of their persons and property after the manner in which they judge most consistent with their happiness, on condition of their acting within the limits of the law of nature, and so as not to interfere in the equal exercise of the same rights by other men. 1 Blackstone’s Commentaries, 123,
– – Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth edition, p. 919.

“PERSONAL LIBERTY, or the Right to enjoyment of life and liberty, is one of the fundamental or Natural Rights, which has been protected by its inclusion as a guarantee in the various constitutions, which is not derived from, or dependent on, the U.S. Constitution, which may not be submitted to a vote and may not depend on the outcome of an election. It is one of the most SACRED and valuable Rights, as sacred as the Right to private property…and is regarded as inalienable.”
– – – 16 Corpus Juris Secundum, Constitutional Law, Sect.202, p.987…

NATURAL RIGHTS – … are the rights of life, liberty, privacy, and good reputation.
– – Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth Ed., p. 1324

So what makes American people sovereign?
They have the undisputed right to make decisions and act accordingly over their persons, their property (private property), their labor, the fruits of that labor, enter into compacts, etc, etc.
They do not need government permission (license) or pay a tax to live, travel, own, work, buy, sell, hunt, fish, drive a car, marry and / or own a dog. No state requires non-resident inhabitants domiciled upon private property to register property, get licenses, nor pay taxes on any endowed right or liberty.

What most people are taught to use are the terms on the RIGHT
Few are taught what the terms on the LEFT refer to
❏ national v. citizen
❏ sovereign v. subject
❏ individual v. person
❏ inhabitant v. resident
❏ domicile v. residence
❏ natural liberty v. civil liberty
❏ personal liberty v. political liberty
❏ private property v. estate (real and personal property)
❏ absolute ownership v. qualified ownership

Watch the evening news endlessly repeat the “correct” buzz words : resident, residence, driver, motor vehicle, real estate, licensed, taxpayer, etc, etc.
Enter a contest, and the rules will limit it to “U.S. citizens / U.S. residents”. Why can’t Americans / American nationals / free inhabitants enter? Is there some fraud involved that cannot stand up to scrutiny under the common law?

As long as you consent, no harm, no foul.
But if fraud was used to get your consent, it might be time to withdraw consent.

Why would you want to return to the republican form of government?
Because under the republican form, you are a majority of one. You have endowed rights that no majority elected or otherwise can deny. No constitutional law can trespass those rights. No servant government is your master, demanding that you need to get its permission or pay tribute to it. Your private property is your sovereign domain, where you make the law. Which is why it is perfectly legal to post “PRIVATE PROPERTY – NO TRESPASSING – TRESPASSERS WILL BE SHOT!” Only sovereign Americans can impose capital punishment without benefit of trial… subject citizens holding qualified ownership of real estate should not expect the same rights and immunities.

We were born to be Kings and Queens, monarchs of our lives and destinies. Americans were once the social equals of every other monarch on Earth – which explains why Americans didn’t bow to anyone. Any other “titled” nobleman was a step lower than the lowest American sovereign. And it explains why “royal” Americans could marry foreign nobility without violating local laws banning marriages to “commoners.”

Our enemies have perverted generations, and polluted our language so that we may not recognize our tormentors. But I hope that someday, enough Americans awaken to their lost heritage. For when that day arrives, the heavens will rock with their exultation.


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Non-legal reference:
ALIEN, n. An American sovereign in his probationary state.
– – – “The Devil’s Dictionary” (1906), by Ambrose Bierce
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The Betrayed Youth (continued)

The Betrayed Youth
by Jeff Ganaposki
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Part Two

In part one we exposed that people are money mad, trained to need money, and do anything to get it – even sell their own grandmother, as the saying goes. But it doesn’t stop there.


What a crazy thing to say! That gold and silver coin money tokens are evidence of insanity. Isn’t it the foundation of Patriotism and Constitutionalism to demand a return to the GOLD STANDARD !?

Yes, it may be the foundation of patriots, but they’re stark raving [expletive deleted] crazy.

The short explanation : world supply of gold (estimated) is 5.6 billion ounces. World population is in excess of 7 billion (2016). Simple math shows that there is less than one ounce per capita. If we rely on American statutes to compute the value, it is – wait for it – the princely sum of $16 per capita. If you believe that the supply of gold is TEN times greater, recalculating only gets us to $160 per capita.

If you use $16 as your new standard of measure for one man year of labor, you’re going to have to accept an hourly wage of 0.0077 dollars. (77/100ths of a cent)
{That also presumes that the rich and powerful do not hoard the majority of that gold used to facilitate trade. If they did, perhaps we may need to have paper money denominated in atoms of gold.}

The long explanation : you cannot use a subset of a set to be the abstract value for the WHOLE set. Gold and silver bullion are not only scarce, and precious, but can never grow at a rate proportional to the marketplace of goods and services. Human population grows geometrically, and human labor is multiplied by tools and machines. There is no way such a finite money token system can efficiently operate as a medium of exchange.

Re-stating the situation – any “thing” used for money – a medium of exchange to pass value to a future trade – cannot be a subset of the set (the marketplace). Nor can it have intrinsic value that exists independent of the marketplace.

The simplest explanation is that money has no trade value when there is nothing in the marketplace. A millionaire on “Gilligan’s Island” can’t buy anything with that money. Likewise, if the money exists when there is nothing to be traded, how can it have intrinsic value? And as we showed in the previous part, if no one needs money no one will go to work for the benefit of another nor trade their property for it.

Most of the world has been indoctrinated to be money mad. That is why people seek to “make money” instead of build prosperity. They think they are getting “rich” by piling up mountains of money tokens, while their world is slowly collapsing before their eyes. And those who refuse to work and trade unless paid with money are willing collaborators in their own enslavement.

Ironically, there are plenty of examples of sane people who work without seeking to be paid in money. Parents care for children, without expectation of payment. Adult children care for their parents, without pay. Volunteers contribute work and property to charities. Communities have “house raisings” and “barn raisings.” Religious orders are populated by people who devote their life’s work to serve others, embracing voluntary poverty. And many “primitive” societies operate outside of the madness of money. The irony is that they’re called “uncivilized” by the money maddened people.

“White man goes crazy for yellow metal!” observed the Amerindians.


The reality is that to survive, one needs clean air, water, food, shelter, and a host of necessities and wants fulfilled. To acquire them, one needs to absolutely own land upon which he stands – or needs permission from the one who does own the land upon which he stands.

With ownership and access to land, one can strive to acquire the necessities of life by one’s harmless activity.

Beware those who seek to dispossess you of your birthright to own land.

Prosperity is not based on money nor wealth. Prosperity is based on the production, equitable trade and enjoyment of surplus usable goods and services. Doing more with less so more can enjoy is the keystone to building greater prosperity. Doing less with more so few can enjoy breeds misery – as does “wealth redistribution.”

To efficiently trade beyond barter, one needs a means by which equitable value can be passed to a future trade. Once that trade is completed, the value holder has done its job and ceases to exist. A common example is a coupon for an item – like a hamburger. Once tendered, the coupon is destroyed, having fulfilled its function to allow for value to pass to another.

If you have a cup filled with wine and pass it to another, he has the value of wine. What value does the cup hold when emptied? Nothing is inside. It has the potential to hold water, wine, oil, or whatever. But it holds no value otherwise.

Obviously, money does not operate that way. Money remains after all trades are completed. How did money pass value and retain value simultaneously? This leads to be insane belief that one can “save money” and thus accumulate “value” for one’s future needs… a belief that has no basis in reality.

The reason it appears to operate that way is the ingrained belief of money madness, and the requirement to use money to pay obligations to government for privileges and to pay creditors.

Money madness is also vital to the operation of usury – the abomination. As long as people have need of scarce money, they will borrow at usury. They will even ask for credit, at usury. Throughout history, wars have been financed by usurers, who feed on the misery they enable.

Sadly, the insanity of money madness makes people ignore the obvious fact that long term usury cannot operate. The exponential equation used for compound interest needs an infinite money token supply. Do the math yourself. Look up “Future Worth” calculations in any economics reference. Plug in numbers. Then realize the truth for yourself. You are entrapped in a madhouse with lunatics, under the control of masters of money.

Your remedy is to extricate yourself from the limitations of money madness and return to prosperity.

As stated before, to build prosperity, you need to have land, upon which you can exert yourself to produce surplus usable goods and services. Trading that surplus, you acquire other things and services that you cannot do yourself. And the more you make or do, the more you can acquire from others. Simple. As long as your means to pass value is not tied to the lunacy of “hard money” you can prosper, safe from the parasites and thieves of usury.

How do you account for value ? You might issue private promissory notes (coupons) or utilize a data base that one can debit or credit. What ever you use, do not limit it to any subset of the set – like precious metals or jewels.

Do not suffer parasites like usurers (bankers) and governments to control your medium of exchange or you will find yourself perpetually enslaved. And do not allow servant government to impose a duty for the exercise of rights they were instituted to secure. As to privileges that they bestow, only then pay them in the “coin” demanded by their system.

Only productive people and enterprises should issue “liberty money” used to trade for that which they produce or perform. Anyone else is trying to get something for nothing in trade. And whatever you choose as your medium of exchange – or accounting system – remember that it should track with the marketplace of all goods and services. That is reality. If there is nothing to trade, there is no need for money. And whatever there is to trade, must have the requisite “money” for others to buy it. That way you won’t be fooled by the manipulation of the abstraction by clever scoundrels who try to deflate, inflate or speculate them.

Do not tolerate usury nor use government to enforce contracts for usury. Usury is an abomination, an impossible contract, and a scheme to steal. Much of the evil in the world can be traced back to usury and money madness.

Finally, beware of shiftable taxes and hidden overhead expenses. They impose inflation (increased costs) without any remedy. That is how a marketplace can suffer from inflation during a shortage of money tokens. Remember, under classical eCONomics, inflation is “too much money” chasing “too few goods.” Well, I keep looking to see who has all that money bidding up the price of “too few goods.” Can’t quite find him. And since there are millions of unemployed (excess available labor), closed factories and stores (excess available production facilities), and unmet need (demand), it’s obvious that “something” is fouled up beyond the experts ability to explain.

(According to the Federal Reserve website, there are only 1.4 trillion dollar bills in circulation. How can a government spend over 3.4 trillion with only 1.4 trillion in circulation? Utter madness!)

Frankly, eCONomics is a dismal discipline that is wholly unscientific, as well as based on madness. How else can they accept using a variable (scarce and finite money tokens) as a unit of measure, and apologize for usury (mathematically unsustainable)? How can they assign dollar bill value to something when the dollar bills do not exist?

All Federal Reserve notes, being debt, are part of the 19+ trillion dollar national debt. To create more, Congress has to go deeper in debt. But what did it borrow? Not gold coin. There isn’t enough. In fact, Congress was extended credit, at interest. And to pay that interest requires even more debt. In-sane. And you’re the liable party, by consent, to pay your “contribution.”

More insanity. NASA has estimated that thousands of asteroids have quadrillions of dollars in value. Imagine the jobs that could be created, the multitudes hired to build mining equipment, the rockets designed and built, the fortunes to be made in outer space! Let us consider what a quadrillion dollar budget could buy:
__ 320 million Americans could be hired at $250,000 per year [a mere 80 trillion]
There’s $920 trillion left. Let’s hire half the whole world, at $250,000 per year.
__ 3.5 billion x $250k = $875 trillion, leaving $125 trillion left to pay for raw materials, etc. Imagine how much could be accomplished with so many gainfully employed?

But that can never happen. A consortium of billionaires cannot walk into a bank and get a loan of 1 quadrillion dollar bills, at 10% interest, with which to go mine those fabulously rich asteroids. Because the money tokens do not exist.

And we are too mad to realize we’re trapped.

Based on the current lunacy, owing an impossible to repay debt, we are facing a convulsion where civilization will either find its way to sanity, or collapse, once again, as the economic size has exceeded its scarce money token supply.

Wake up and escape the asylum if you can. Educate yourself – read the law. Establish a domicile. Reduce or eliminate any obligation to pay “funny munny.” Build prosperity by production, equitable trade and enjoyment of surplus usable goods and services. Network with other productive people and equitably trade so that more can prosper. Make your own money tokens or alternate book keeping systems to track available goods and services as well as promises to perform in the future. Do not let money madness stifle your creativity and productivity. Work hard. Play hard. Live good. But be no slave of another, compelled to labor for their benefit.

Enjoy the endowment that is the right of every American under the promised republican form of government. Defend it from the enemies who wish to destroy it, and replace it with the vile People’s Democratic Socialist Republic.

In time, the whole world may be freed of domination, and become prosperous as the multitude engage in creating and producing abundance, to trade, to enjoy and to share, with out the plague of predators, parasites, and plunderers. Our children will inherit the stars, rightful heirs to the universe.

The Betrayed Youth

The Betrayed Youth
by Jeff Ganaposki
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Part One

America’s youth have been betrayed by clever manipulators who appealed to their compassion to embrace great evil. The serpents hissed : “Look at the suffering masses, let us have government care for them!”

But no one questioned the wisdom in imposing compulsory charity as a remedy to human suffering. Granted, the recipients are grateful – to the government – while the donors suffered the burden.

At each election, the nation divides itself into self-interest groups : the “Takers” and the “Taken.” As the recipient class grows and grows, thanks to the “generosity” of the socialist State, the donor class shrinks and collapses under the burden imposed, resigned to their burdens. No gratitude for their sacrifice is ever given by the recipient class, whose gratitude and loyalty is to the State.

Yet the “Takers” riot when they do not get what they believe they are entitled to.

If you believe you are entitled to the property or wages of another man, you have been warped. You have embraced the law of the jungle and believe your rights supersede the rights of others – your prey. There is no moral high ground in being a socialist pirate and slaver, getting your cut of the booty taken by force from the donor class.

Yet there is a persuasive argument that socialists use to justify their piracy and slavery. Under the current monetary system, there are only 3 ways to acquire money:
● Trade (labor, property)
● Charity (private, public)
● Predation (crime, extortion, etc)

When a laborer loses his job and cannot find another, and exhausts his resources, as well as private charity, all that remains is crime. So the socialists insist that government must offer public charity (entitlements – clever, eh?) as an alternative to crime. Thus no one can excuse their criminal activities as a matter of survival, when there is the socialist safety net (shredded as it may be).

Sounds reasonable. Except that when you penalize productive people and reward non-productive people, you eventually wind up with more non-productive people. Anyone with half a brain can see that being a recipient is superior to being a hard working doofus, stuck with paying 44% of his wages in taxes. And anyone stuck with the bill for slackers, has nothing but contempt for them, whether or not they are pitiful and deserving of charity. Instead of a people united, we have a nation divided. That’s great for predators who wish to divide and conquer. But bad for the people whose endowed rights were supposed to be secured by government – not confiscated and trespassed.

Here we are after 83+ years of socialism, with a nation splintered into divisive factions: one desperately seeking more from government and the other desperately seeking relief from the burden.

Can you see the problem yet?
Here’s a hint:
If you see unmet need, unemployed people, closed factories, empty stores, and untapped resources, you should ask : WHY?

If you ask each group, the universal answer is “No one has any money!”
Customers have no spare cash to buy more. Without sales, retailers won’t order more from factories. Without orders, factories close. Jobs are lost. And thus more customers have no spare cash. A vicious spiral.

Of course, the serpent hisses : “It is the fault of those GREEDY RICH! Take their wealth from them and distribute it!”

Does sharing the wealth really end poverty, unemployment, closed factories?

In fact, money is not the remedy but the cause of poverty.
Simple proof:
Ask yourself why anyone bothers to go to work, and endure the pains of laboring.
Answer: They need money, so they trade their labor and property for it.

What happens if no one needs money?
Imagine that tomorrow, everyone awakens to the news that they have been given 22 billion billion quatloos – a substantial sum – credited to their account. Everyone is fabulously wealthy. No one needs money ever again. They can buy whatever their heart desires.

Except there is one small problem. Buy from whom? Buy what?
No one went to work, nor filled the stores, nor offered anything for sale. No one needs money. Even the starving children are fabulously wealthy. Civilization collapses – from money madness.

Without the indoctrinated need for a scarce money token, the insanity of our economy is exposed.

Imagine you are among “primitive” tribesmen, who have no money, but are quite prosperous, and well fed. Obviously, their prosperity is not based on money. In fact prosperity is based on production, equitable trade, and enjoyment of surplus usable goods and services.

There is no correlation between the marketplace of goods and services and the sum and value of circulating money tokens. In fact, the money masters deliberately keep money scarce and in demand, so people are always NEEDING MONEY. And they are incessantly programmed to evaluate everything in terms of money. In fact, they can use money to corrupt morals and induce vile behavior.

Our misery is rooted in the indoctrinated belief that we need money. Who imposes that need? Why can’t we just be subsistence farmers, and tradesmen, and simply barter?

Who imposes upon you a need for money to buy your necessities, pay taxes, pay interest on debt?

Can you blame the government?

According to the law of the land, available in any courthouse law library, you will find evidence that no government instituted to secure endowed rights can tax, impair or otherwise infringe them. (Two exceptions : in pursuit of justice on behalf of an injured party – or – by consent of the governed.)

What endowed rights?

Though not exhaustively expressed in the Declaration of Independence, they can be categorized as natural rights, natural and personal liberty, inherent powers, absolute ownership (of private property), and so on. You can prove it to yourself by verifying that all American constitutions explicitly protect private property as well as restate the principles of the Declaration of Independence.

In short, Americans have the endowed right to own land, work, travel on public roads and waterways, trade, enter vocations, build prosperity and not be liable for taxes. Government can only tax privileges it grants (and withholds).

So why do we have to pay ad valorem taxes to own a house and land, obey zoning rules, pay income taxes on our wages, pay excise taxes (sales taxes) on retail transactions, and so on?

Hint #1: Private property (absolutely owned) is an endowed right, whereas qualified ownership of estate is a privilege subject to taxation and regulation.
Hint #2: What does the constitution define as tender in payment of debt? Gold and silver coin. Have you ever paid your debts with gold or silver coin?

As an exercise for the reader, please write polite questionnaires to your public servants, judges, district attorneys, sheriffs, legislators, etc, and ask these questions:
1. How and when did I give consent to be governed?
2. How and when did I surrender my Creator endowed rights in exchange for government privileges, subject to taxation?
3. How and when did you inform me that I had consented to mandatory civic duties that obviously abrogated my endowed rights to life and liberty?
4. Why aren’t there any lawful dollars in circulation?
5. How can I alienate title to private property without lawful money?
6. Pursuant to the Constitution, Congress can only coin money (stamp bullion) or borrow money, therefore Congress cannot create money (nor bullion). And it cannot give such a power to anyone else. Who has the power to create money?

End of Part One.
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Twin Spin

It’s 2118, September 29.

I may have forgotten to mention that we’re working on a typical twin cylinder space habitat, a minimal “Island Three” O’Neill style colony with the following dimensions : 5 mile (8 km) diameter, 20 mile (32 km) length, a limit based on 1970s material science. Unlike the colonies described in his book, “High Frontier,” these cylindrical vessels are not open, but divided into concentric decks.
To further enhance the environment, the decks are subdivided into concentric cylinders, that are spun at different rates to simulate gravity in a range.
Instead of only the outermost shell having the ideal “earth normal” gravity, multiple concentric shells allow for repetition of the 1g to 0.7g range.
. . . .
5 mile diameter ship has a radius of 13200 feet (4023 meters).
For a range of G = 1.0 to 0.7, 9 shells + 1 hub
. . . . .
Shell 1, Deck 1, . .  G=1.0,  0.470 RPM, 443.13 MPH
Shell 1, Deck 398, .G= 0.7,  0.470  RPM, 309.85 MPH

Shell 2, Deck 1, . . .G=1.0,  0.562 RPM, 369.95 MPH
Shell 2, Deck 275, .G=0.7,  0.562 RPM, 259.20 MPH

Shell 3, Deck 1, . . .G=1.0,  0.672 RPM, 309.28 MPH
Shell 3, Deck 192 . G=0.7, 0.672 RPM, 216.72 MPH
(and so on)

There is a 20 foot (2 deck) gap between each concentric cylinder. And of course, the central hub (1000 feet / 304 meter diameter) is not spun, since it is used for docking vessels, and bulk storage.

Overall there are 1252 decks under spin, providing a maximum surface area of 206,943.84 square miles per cylinder. (For comparison, the surface area of California is 163,696 sq mi)
Our twin cylinder colony has a maximum surface area 413,887.68 sq. mi. The optimized maximum carrying capacity is 60 people per square mile, or 24,833,260 people. Of course, the initial crew are a fraction of that capacity, allowing for expansion room as the generations double.

Working backwards, from the optimax of 24.8 million, 12.4 million, 6.2 million, 3.1 million, and 1.5 million – our current target goal of charter crew members. Based on a 60 year doubling rate, the colony is good for 240 years. But the current practice is to either “bud” off a daughter colony, keeping in the same orbit, or claim an empty, crew it, stock it, and “surf gravity” to a new orbit. . . long before optimax is reached.

As usual, the order of the day is to work hard, play hard, enjoy the fruits of our labor, and live the good life, building prosperity, one space ship at a time.

Building The Future Now

It’s 2118, June 3.
My eyes see colors that never existed in my vocabulary before. The sheen and glow of ions coruscate off my metal and foam shell. I am immense. I feel very strange, but very normal. It is my first connection with the mother ship

Normally, I would ask the computer for the information. What word best describes THAT color? Isn’t it one quarter octave beyond red? Oh, what about that one? The fractional wavelength of sea green?

But I cannot, for I am one with the computer. Annoying to know while not knowing. In some reference bank, carefully cross indexed, lies the answer. But I cannot internally formulate the query that would unlock it. Sigh.

It’s a security feature – no unauthorized human in direct link can access anyone else’s files – or the main reference, either. Perhaps it is to discourage people from spending too much life in cyberspace.

I disconnect.

In short order, I re-acclimate myself to “meat bag of water” limitations.

In the control nexus of the mother ship I am supine upon a cyber couch. When under way, the go-captain would be plugged in, monitoring space-time with the artificial intelligence aiding him. The pilot would be also involved, but only with the navigation duties. The overall operational executive power is still the head man – the captain.

Our mega colony is riding upon the gravity waves of the Interplanetary Transport Network, slowly changing its orbit to a more prosperous one.

It seems odd to consider how the standards of life support have changed. In the recent past, there were hordes of parasites skimming from the laboring donors, who were entrapped into servility. Now, the equitable trade of labor and production has supplanted profit taking and other predations. It’s such a strange notion to expect MORE in trade than what one offered.

Isn’t it inequitable? Isn’t it a form of cheating? You expend so much labor and resources to produce and in return you want more in return – Baffling !

Today, one generates surplus – more than he can use for himself – and trades it with someone else for their surplus. No one is cheated. No one is skimmed. If you can’t generate surplus, you’re barely self sufficient. What hearty productive, creative dynamic person cannot generate surplus? All strive to be the most, the best, the admired if only for the good opinions of all one’s friends and associates.

Upon the great space vessels and habitats, crews work hard, play hard, live good and enjoy their frolics. There is a widely held satisfaction in working for the benefit of the seventh generation yet to come. For their benefit and continued prosperity do we dare, risk and enterprise.

And if one is injured or infirm, all charity is dependent upon prodigious production of surplus without which generosity would be impaired. But few are ever so completely dependent and helpless, when there are so many environments and levels of gravity. In the worst case of total paralysis, one can still “jack in” their cerebral cortex into the ship net, and accomplish useful tasks and avoid boredom.

In the mother ship all the necessities, comforts, and luxuries enjoyed or aspired to by an individual or group is available or can be constructed, via the fabricons and myrmidons. We have the resources of the whole solar system, endless power, and expansion space for millennia.

It is something awesome and humbling to be a part of.

Storm Delayed

It’s 2118, April 29.

Sigh. I was wrong about the launch date. It was postponed because of a massive Solar storm. It would not be prudent to launch into outer space when there was such a massive influx of energetic particles. Of course, once we were onboard the habitat, it would be safe, thanks to the massive sludge and waste that forms the shielding on the sunward end.
I decided to take some time to enjoy recreational pursuits before leaving. The launch date was not cast in concrete. The computed orbits for intersection and acquisition had various options and vectors to deal with such things. In space travel, surfing the Interplanetary Transport Network trades speed for time. We might save on fuel, but we may take a while getting there.
I decided to check out the historical recreations section of the municipal museum. There’s an ever changing exhibit that features a past decade of planetary culture. Of course, it sometimes is based on conjecture and speculation more than hard facts. It isn’t easy to recreate objects that may have only been in use for a brief period of time. Take the example of the “Compact Disk” – a primitive means to record digital data streams. It and playback hardware were reportedly available from 1982 AD to as late as 2020 AD, after which most digital data had been migrated to the more robust and resilient Quantum Trace Engraph. A cubic millimeter can contain 1 x 2^255 quadrillion triblets (trinary bits).

The Engraph was essential to the success of the Queen Ants and the Myrmidons – the robotic fabricators and machine builders. In 2035, the launch of the first wave of Queen Ants was made possible by the vast program storage inherent in the Quantum Trace Engraph. The relatively tiny Queens latched on to asteroids and comets and incrementally built the larger tools and machines that built the larger tools and machines that eventually were large enough to fabricate the hulls and habitats that humanity now harvests.
Once the geometric expansion rate of construction exceeded the geometric population growth of humanity, there was no longer any threat of self destruction of the human race. In fact, within the orbiting colonies, there are more humans and more biomass than what four Earths could hold.

We are on the threshold of a new chapter, where inoculation of habitats with lifeforms will be done without the need for human crews. The heavens will fill up with ever more abundant life. Never shall life from Earth be extinguished by an errant asteroid or comet impact. Mother Earth’s children are like fireflies in the night sky.

I checked the schedule – we’re launching in 17 hours. We’re going to launch via an evacuated mag-lev catapult – you know – the low G system where we can eject at a decent vector but not have to suffer from high G boost like those express slingshots. Sure, they can hit orbital velocity right quick but I don’t enjoy 5 Gs of acceleration. Plus, the vacuum tubes eliminate atmospheric friction and save on propulsion power. And let’s not forget how important avoiding atmospheric friction is for landing space vessels. A century ago, space ships had to punch through the atmosphere and endure incredible heat as they decelerated to the surface. Now, they can decelerate in the vacuum tube, and their kinetic energy is transformed into electrical power to be recaptured and reused.

Got to go, now.

Terra Forming

It’s 2118, April 23. My new status as an experienced colony crewman has had an unexpected benefit. I was asked to join a terraforming crew that is going to establish habitat modules for inoculating newly built hulls. My previous hearty work output and harmonious personality must have persuaded them. Can’t encourage dead heads and work shirks in shell space.

The contract job goal is not quite cutting edge, but awesome in scope. The geometric production of hulls for habitats has outstripped the supply of human crews. This was not a surprise. The early designers foresaw that at some point, the robotic fabrication stations would eventually exceed humanity’s population growth rate.

So the problem is simple – without a human crew, what do you do with all these hulls coming into service? Answer : inoculate with Terran bioforms and let life multiply and prosper. But without the instrumentality of a human crew, how do you manage?

That is what we’re going to try to answer. Can we simply set up large enough habitats that can survive and thrive without further intervention?

The gigantic hulls have been fully stocked with sufficient elements for fabricating the soil, liquid and gaseous ingredients necessary for life. The inboard fabricons and myrmidons are fully programmed to operate the immense hull’s engineering systems. Oceans circulate around the circumference of the tubular hulls. Gases congregate in the central vault. Soils are created, planted and miniature continents are in place. Test plots are spiked with microbials and checked for lividity. As each incremental level of life is verified, it is set into its primary zone, and monitored. Finally, the more complex lifeforms are decanted from their nurseries and set loose.

What we’re going to do is make a generic habitat module that can act as a “seed.” Once we have a viable model and worked out the proportions and engineering, we can write the application programs that will proliferate throughout the solar system’s robotic factory systems. Then they will prepare the hulls so our “Seeds” can simply plug into their logistics port, and no further human intervention is required.

Who knows what a few centuries of colonial wildlife shall be? What will the eventual colonists find when they decant those bottled terraniums? What surprises of adaptation and evolution will result?

I won’t be around to see that. But I will be launching in 3 days. So I am not going to have much more time to update this log. I have to figure out what I want to take and what I want to give away. If it’s not worth stowing or storing its going to have to be tossed. I may be gone for decades. Or not. Uncertainty is part of the adventure. I am excited and apprehensive.

Time to run.


FICTIONAL USA – an alternative history and future

The premise – imagine if the USA did not abandon the republican form of government, in 1820s, did not embrace the indirect democratic form, did not suffer the rise of partisan politics and corruption, and thus did not succumb to the Progressives / Collectivists nor the usurers, who toppled the government in 1933, and installed the precursor to the current People’s Democratic Socialist Republic of America.


1.    97% of Americans are not citizens, but nationals / inhabitants / sovereigns. Only 3% have volunteered to be subject citizens, accepted the burdens of civic duty, serve in the militia, and pay the bulk of taxes. The chief executive officer most come in contact with is the county sheriff.
2.    The Federal government, as servant to the States united, is a modest institution, where the president is the highest ranking public servant, one step down in status from the lowest non-subject American. He rides the subway to work.
3.    Since the majority of Americans are well – armed, there is very little crime. If the need arises, the local sheriff assembles a posse of volunteers to hunt down fugitives and outlaws. If the situation warrants even more, the sheriff may petition the governor to activate the state militia. In addition, politeness and pleasant manners are the norm. Rude and crude behavior is not tolerated.
4.    The united States of America, and the United States, in Congress assembled, do not have standing armies and navies such as are found in Europe and Asia. However, no other nation has overtly or covertly attempted mischief. Due to the widespread and fully armed population, it would be folly to invade. And as the uSA does not interfere in the squabbles of the other nations, they are not dragged into such altercations (think of them as a giant neutral Switzerland).
5.    Due to the small amount of obligated militiamen, there is no incentive to foment wars or military misadventures. Frankly, the government servants are overworked, underpaid, and have the demeanor of warrior monks, true servants of all Americans. There are tales that when fugitives try to escape the jurisdiction, sworn bands of volunteer bounty hunters have hunted them down and brought them to justice – or a Christian burial.
6.    Though the original Constitution had flaws that benefited usurers (restriction to gold / silver coin -and- bankruptcy), it was soon amended, and private mediums of exchange were recognized as lawful money, denominated in the goods and services of the issuing parties. In addition, no court shall enforce contracts for usury (interest). Those two changes basically ended any chance for usurers to take over the government or its economy via money madness.
7.    Limited liability was abolished, and no individual or groups of people could thus escape responsibility for injuries inflicted in the pursuit of gain. This eliminated the need for regulations and other prior restraints on liberty. Nothing harmless was forbidden nor any evil permitted by legislative fiat. And only when there was an injured party, would the wheels of justice spin. (The Encyclopedia of Federal Law is a single volume, 120 pages in length.)
8.    Without national socialism, the primary social unit is the extended family, whose members build prosperity by production, trade and enjoyment of surplus usable goods and services. Many large scale industries represent the interlocking cooperation of such clans. Many clans operate polyclinics and small hospitals for their members as well as offer services to the public. Private charitable institutions offer aid and support for those who are no longer productive and lack the support of family and friends. These are operated by various religious and philanthropic groups, who have wise administrators, and do not pander to pretenders and parasites.
9.    Though the uSA did not engage in wars of conquest or expansion under the aegis of manifest destiny, the obvious benefits of individual sovereignty triggered the various revolutions and admission of territories west of the Mississippi. Many Amerindian tribes joined the Union as affiliated sovereign nation / states, were thus able to secure their property rights from predation by rival tribes, and embraced the sovereignty of the individual, under the republican form of government. Thus the borders of these western lands represent the amalgam of tribal states, reservations of unaffiliated tribes, and non-tribal states.
10.    The Mormons succeeded in establishing Deseret state. Though it is tacitly a theocracy, the servant government embraces the republican form of government, where securing the rights of all the people are the responsibility of the government. Since service is a privilege, no one objects to the prerequisite of the higher standard of behavior of servants in government. Non-Mormons may be socially “shunned” but they’re secure in the exercise of all rights and liberties.
11.    The lack of democratic excesses prevented the initiation of a Civil War. By 1845, the institution of slavery was almost completely abolished, by virtue of the fact that the between 1820 and 1840, the industrial revolution removed the economic benefits of enslavement. Various charitable and philosophical societies raised funds to pay the slave owners. The manumitted slaves were offered a choice of either free passage back to west Africa (or where their ancestral people were) or to accept status as American nationals, waiving all claims to further damages. Over 2/3rds accepted the offer of return passage.
12.    The uniquely American republican form of government and its relatively tiny servant government (organized as an indirect democratic form), meant that the government did not rule the nation, nor marshal vast sums of monies to “do” anything beyond dealing with interstate squabbles and operating the coast guard fleet.
13.    This had some repercussions, such as not purchasing Alaska from the Czar of Russia, when offered. However, the local tribes did eventually revolt and joined the Union as the States of Denali, Bering, and Inuit.
14.    The west coast states of Columbia, Yukon and Kootenay were wrested by their peoples from the English Crown. Due to the incessant warfare in Europe, the various European powers were weakened and many gave up claims to colonies in the north American continent. However, eastern British Canada did not wish to unite with its southern neighbor, but kept friendly relations none the less. The same was true for French Quebec.
15.    The emperor of France relinquished his claims to Louisiana and the Mississippi river, without much adieu. This was a boon to the expansion of the Midwest, as well as the dike builders in the coastal wetlands. They constructed hydraulic wonders to rival the Netherlands, and recovered much land for farming and settlement. The mouth of the Mississippi is called the Venice of the West, with its extensive network of canals in and around the cities near New Orleans, and the coast. Though many areas are below the water level, the levees and dikes have created islands immune to the periodic storms and floods. This also explains why the area features suspended monorail service instead of ground based electric rail. Suspended monorails can operate in conditions that would shut down the rails at grade.
16.    The emperor of Mexico lost his possessions along the southwest, again, as the local people rebelled and sought the blessings of the republican form of government. No direct wars were ever fought with the Kingdom of Mexico, and friendly relations have been in place ever since.
17.    The relatively cash poor governments never had the means to “purchase” national or state parks, nor create “protected” areas. But the majority of the people embraced the long view, and thought to the needs of the seventh generation to come. They preserved as much pristine landscape as they deemed reasonable, and often tunneled below the surface or erected faux landscapes obscuring what infrastructure was necessary.
18.    The uniquely American bison remains the major herbivore, prized for its meat, fur, and other byproducts. Bison roam the prairies, and in some places, rail tracks were relocated underground or upon trestles to avoid delays caused by massive herds. Some European cattle is raised, mostly for milk, but a few breeds are raised for niche markets. For the most part, America is self reliant in food production, and that has been the hallmark of the American experience. No one goes hungry if one can work.
19.    When the electric trolley car made its debut in the 1890s, America embraced it. Every town or city had its own local urban system, and interurbans linked outlying suburbs and cities. The “heavy” rail, mostly steam powered, was originally a competitor, but the Accord of 1912 ended the contention. As part of the Accord, track gauges were to be standard gauge (except where engineering deemed otherwise), and all tracks were to be electrified, eventually. In addition, all private rights of way were pooled into the American Rail Conservatory, where any private enterprise or party could use the tracks, paying a pro-rata share of the costs. This eliminated the destructive practice of competing parallel lines, and thus consolidated traffic and boosted efficiency on major corridors. This also enabled the fad of privately owned personal rolling desmesne – excursion hotels – that provided all the comforts while traveling afar. Many a solitary spur has become a campsite and vacation spot for the “high rollers.”
20.    The united rail way system underwent several expansions to the point that it was folly to not use the cheaper and more efficient form of land transport. The rail network also established express routes, limited to light weight freight and passenger trains, that provided 120 mph (193 kph) service as early as 1928. This was increased to 180 mph (290 kph ) in the 1970s. It was a five hour train trip from New York City to Chicago (second class ticket was $9 or parity in private notes). And the express trains did the San Francisco to New York City route in 16 hours. (Due, in part, to the great rail tunnels through the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains.)
21.    The advent of the automobile did not trigger the abandonment of the electric traction rail systems. Nor did any private enterprise have the leverage nor opportunity to use government as a means to destroy competition. Since the infrastructure of roads and bridges was private, there was not that much invested in paving roads in areas already served by rail, especially when high speed service was far faster than any automobile. Due to the poor roads in most of the non-urban areas of America, automobile and truck suspensions implemented the hydropneumatic suspension licensed from Citroen. This allowed speeds of up to 45 mph except on the worst roads.
22.    Cities, towns, and villages featured high density development, clustered together, without any need for sprawl, and to have optimal access to electric rail service in all its forms – subway, surface, funicular, cogwheel and suspended monorail. In addition to rail, the canals built in the 1800s were still in service, providing cheap but slow freight service, as well as offering recreational opportunities to the locals.
23.    Though geologists discovered that America had many reservoirs of petroleum, production never did take off. The smelly gasoline and diesel engines were unwelcome in comparison to the clean electric motors that powered the nation’s transport and industrial machinery. Even with the innovation of polymers, there was little incentive to drill and use it all up. America was still a predominantly rural organized society. Correction, the social organization was to form pockets of civilization, surrounded by farmland, prairie, or wilderness.
24.    Europe narrowly missed entering into war in 1914, after the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand. The various powers had no stomach for more war, lacked the finances, and no expectation of intervention from the Americas was forthcoming, peaceful relations were quickly re-established between the various kingdoms. The later agitation by the left wing collectivists were squelched by the rising middle class who successfully fought them off.
25.    The American canal network was greatly augmented by the engineering of the various rivers to end flooding, provide hydroelectric power, and enable shoreline preservation as well as provide navigable waterways. The Susquehanna, Tennessee, Missouri and other rivers, were rebuilt into wonders, that fueled economic activity and prosperity. Dams and locks created placid lakes, and were paralleled by fish friendly canals, runs and habitats, that allowed spawning in traditional upstream areas. The picturesque waterfronts of America became a byword among nations. Canal boats and colorful houseboats, tied up at anchor, lined the shores. Riverfront parks separated the shore from the riverside mansions and homes that dotted the landscape.
26.    There were occasional scandals and whiffs of covert actions to topple the American governments, but its people were too stubborn and too well armed to be at risk from foreign interlopers and democratic agitators. The world wide socialist democratic movement died out around 1985. As of 2014, the uSA had enjoyed 200 years of peace and prosperity. The population is in excess of 400 million, distributed across the broad land. The modern marvel of aviation has produced aeroplanes that can travel 200 mph but still cannot pass the newest 300 mph (483 kph) passenger rail cars. You can cross the continent in less than 10 hours.  Cities and towns are visually stunning, and pleasant to dwell within. Ultra lightweight urban rail cars (nickel fare) silently glide along the welded tracks, efficiently moving passengers and cargo. Goods and services are readily available, small scale manufacturers and factories are widely distributed, ensuring the most efficient service at minimal delay and lowest cost. City parks and fields are filled with families, children playing and folks socializing. Close your eyes and listen to the music wafting in the air. Could be a band playing in the open air gazebo. Life is less hectic than some other worldly cities but good nonetheless.
27.        Education is not publicly funded. But the government does operate a public access credential bank, where test scores and educational achievements may be recorded. Most gain skills via apprenticeship, self study, or hiring tutors. Various societies offer examinations that grant credentials to successful persons. There are institutions of higher learning and research, but they are not affiliated with any government body.

[Here ends part one of the archaeological report]