Two Forms of Law
Law comes in two basic forms : Ruler’s Law and People’s Law. Kings, Dictators, Fascist, Socialist, Democratic Socialist and Communist can all be placed under Ruler’s Law: total government. The United States Constitution established People’s Law under a form of government with limited, enumerated powers for the government and not for the People.
Today our presidents impose Ruler’s Law over People’s Law by ignoring their Constitutional Duties and issuing Proclamations, Mandates and Executive Orders which are not law. We the People do not elect dictators. We elect executive officers whose only Lawful Duty is to “faithfully execute” Constitutional laws adopted by Congress.
The Governors of each State can enforce People’s Law and the People’s freedom by lawfully using the 10th Amendment. Sheriff Richard Mack successfully used the 10th Amendment to stop the unconstitutional Brady Handgun Bill which violated People’s Law.
The 10th Amendment:
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the People.”
At one end of the political spectrum, left or right, is total dictatorship: Ruler’s Law. At the other end is no government law known as anarchy. Our Republic under People’s Law stands in between, protecting individual liberty with a limited government. The United States government is vested with limited powers not rights. The United States government has no power vested to violate a single right of the People under due process of Constitutional Law.
Plato was a Greek philosopher and promoter of Ruler’s Law.
Plato stated: “The best thing of all is not that the law should rule, but that a man should rule.” Under our Constitutional Republic the Constitution is the “Supreme Law of the Land, not men, mob or King.”
College Professors teach the lie that our form of government is democracy with rule by majority; while standing under our State flag which reads CALIFORNIA REPUBLIC. Since democracy came from Greece teaches the philosophy of Plato. Plato spoke against marriage and the family. Plato was against People owning private property; which is the first plank in the Communist Manifesto. It is the Communist Manifesto that defines Ruler’s Law.
Roots of Communism
Communism was started by Professor Adam Weishaupt on May 1st, 1776 in Bavaria, Germany. This is why modern day Communist celebrate May 1st as Communist Day. Millions of People have been falsely led to believe that Communism is a movement of the poor in search of a utopia where everyone is happy and carefree without realizing rich intellectuals are guiding the People into their slavery under Ruler’s Law. It was Professor Weishaupt who started the idea of modern day Ruler’s Law under the name of Illuminati in 1776. The tenets of the Illuminati were copied into the 1848 Communist Manifesto. Modern day Communism is Round Table groups like the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and today referred to as the Deep State. The tenets of the Illuminati are:
1. Abolition of monarchies and ordered government.
2. Abolition of private property and inheritances.
3. Abolition of patriotism and nationalism.
4. Abolition of family life and the institution of marriage.
5. Communal education of children.
6. Abolition of religion.
The Communist Manifesto
Communism is defined in the Communist Manifesto of 1848. This Manifesto is a copy of the tenets of the Illuminati and it was put together by the League of Just Men. The Communist Manifesto had no author for the first 25 years until the League of Just Men picked Karl Marx as the author.
Karl Marx stated:
“Communism and religion cannot coexist.”
If a nation believes in total government dictatorship, as Karl Marx did, there can be no power higher than government, not even religion. Karl Marx was a college bum who lived off his father, until he had enough. Then Karl Marx lived off his rich friend Frederick Engels until he had enough. Karl Marx found a way to live off other people’s money under Socialism. Socialism was not popular in 1848 so the League of Just Men chose the word Communism. Karl Marx died in poverty and one of his children died of starvation.
It was Karl Marx who started the lie that there is a war between Capitalism and Communism. Every person and every nation must have capital in order to survive. The difference between the capitalistic systems is in who controls the money supply: the People or the Government? In Communist China the Communist Party controls the capital. In America it is We the People who control our personal capital under a private-free-enterprise system.
In 1776 a professor from Scotland named Adam Smith wrote an economic book he titled Wealth of a Nation. It is in this book where the private-free-enterprise system is explained. No nation of any great size had actually tried it, until our Founders introduced the free market and it was a huge success. Nothing succeeds like freedom. A new word came with the free market; it is laissez faire French for leaving the people alone. Before the free market our Founders lived under feudalism and mercantilism.
Feudalism vs Mercantilism
Under feudalism serfs were not allowed to be involved in trade. There was some trade allowed under mercantilism; however the market was controlled by the King who maintained a monopoly over the people. Kings were interested in building their own power and not that of their people. Governments today use mercantilism to direct and plan their economy. Economic planning does not promote general welfare. Economic planning establishes government monopolies which keep prices of goods and services high. We have many economic problems in America, yet today freedom is never allowed to solve these problems.
Adam Smith’s plan for a free market that made America the wealthiest nation on earth.
1. Specialized production-let each person or corporation of persons
do what they do best.
2. Exchange of goods takes place in a free-market environment
without governmental interference in production, prices or wages.
3. The free market provides the needs of the people on the basis of
supply and demand, with no government-imposed monopolies.
4. Prices are regulated by competition on the basis of supply and
5. Profits are looked upon as the means by which production of goods
and services are made worthwhile.
6. Competition is looked upon as the means by which quality is
improved, quantity is increased, and prices are reduced.
Today our government operates on the old monopolistic mercantile system. Government interferes in many ways in the free market. Congress has unconstitutionally turned control of the economy over to the president. Our presidents have no power vested by the constitution to
interfere in the free market and yet they do. Congress blames a bad economy on the president in office. Which do you choose, Ruler’s Law or People’s Law? Do you own your
body or does the government own your body?
Suggested reading list:
The 5000 Year Leap by W. Cleon Skousen, former Salt Lake City Police
Chief, F.B.I. agent, and instructor of Constitutional Law for Sheriff Richard Mack;
see Sheriffs and Police Officers against The New World Order on the Internet.
Basic Economics by Dr. Clarence B. Carson, who earned his Ph.D. in history at Vanderbilt University.
What You Should Know About the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights by Dr. John Coleman.
People for the Republic Meet every 2nd Tuesday 7pm Fortuna River Lodge