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Saturday, April 22, 2017

The Doctrine of Scarcity -- Calling Out Pope Francis


By Anna Von Reitz

For many generations the Doctrine of Scarcity has been enshrined in the politics of the Roman Catholic Church. It has been a core teaching of the Church that the poor are blessed and that there is something precious and noble about the suffering of poverty, starvation and deprivation of all kinds.
Being poor was thought to be a virtue, indeed, a necessity of virtue.

Everything related to a healthy human life-- the need to eat and drink and have sex and even wash our bodies--- has been denied in the name of the Doctrine of Scarcity.
You have said that you want a "poor Church". That's fine. Divest it of its riches, its pomp, its self-adoring and venal glories. Make of it what it was meant to be, a simple fellowship bound together by the Holy Spirit and the teachings of Jesus. Let all the Orders stand in awe of the Franciscans and the other Mendicants, who have placed their faith so utterly beyond the grasp of Mammon.
Indeed, Francis, if there is any virtue in poverty it is simply this---that by being poor, the poor give us the opportunity to grow beyond our own selfishness.

Seeking the Truth as a Way of Life


By Anna Von Reitz

Seeking the Truth is often uncomfortable business.  You have to give up your own opinions on the way, and often let go of things you have been taught since childhood. Those losses of what we always believed make us feel lost, as if the firm and settled boundaries of our lives are suddenly as fluid and uncertain as waves on water.  Sometimes--often-- things you dearly cherish, things that add to your sense of security and value, get mashed along the way.  

Although I most often hammer away on the Truth about our government, what has happened to it and so on--the search for Truth is amazingly open ended.  Once you start seeking the Truth about one thing, you start seeking the Truth about all things.  

Let's Send Them a Bill, Shall We?


By Anna Von Reitz

I have just been told a most amazing thing.
Nobody has sent the Queen of England a bill for anything the British Government has cost us
since 1756. There have been no end of bills addressed to us, for services they claim to have rendered---- but not a single one in return.
There has been no billing for American lives lost, American natural resources expended,
American labor invested in all the bloody wars and mercenary conflicts that the British Monarchs and the British Crown and the Popes have foisted off on us for two-hundred plus years in Breach of Trust and Commercial Contract.
What do you say that we total it all up and send our bill to the Pope and the Queen and the Lord
Mayor of London?
There's just one problem.
How much is the life of a man worth?

Why Civil Rights Are the Key to National Solidarity


By Anna Von Reitz

Civil rights are not--- strictly speaking--- rights, but are instead privileges conferred on
Territorial and Municipal citizens by the US Congress.
Citizens by definition serve the government, whereas Nationals are served by the government.

Therein lies the rub.A citizen lays down a greater or lesser portion of their natural sovereignty when they become a citizen. This is a natural consequence of their duty to serve the government.
In the wake of the so-called American Civil War black Americans were re-enslaved, not by
private slave owners, but by the Territorial Government of the United States which arbitrarily conscripted them as citizens---public servants.They went directly from being chattel owned by individual private owners to being
considered public chattel owned via citizenship obligations to the federal government. Thus, they acquired civil rights--- basically, whatever rights the Congress wanted to give them---and lost their claim to the free exercise of all their natural and unalienable rights.