Sunday, February 27, 2011

People Having Unconventional Thoughts

Tom Woods, author of Nullification, discusses views beyond the Mitt Romney-Joe Biden spectrum.

1 comment:

  1. Libertarians often relate that “Nullification is just one more way for us to tell the federal government: ‘That is not right.” Matt Gouras of the Associated Press relates that the Montana House recently passed a 17-point sovereignty declaration. “States retain the right of protecting all freedoms of individual persons from federal incursion,” the measure in part reads.

    Libertarians go on to publish articles such as Why States Must Nullify Unconstitutional Acts of Congress: Instructions from Hamilton, Madison & Jefferson

    Unlike libertarians who perceive themselves to be sovereign individuals, I am not a sovereign individual; rather I am a love slave of Jesus Christ, The Sovereign One. He is both King and Lord.

    I encourage all to please consider that the bible prophecy of Revelation 13:3-4, which presents that out of Götterdämmerung, that is an investment meltdown and flame out, ten regions of governance will arise, as called for the Club of Rome in 1974, Revelation 13:1-2.

    And to please consider the bible prophecy Revelation 13:5-10 which presents a global chancellor, the sovereign, who will rise to rule mankind. And who, according to Revelation 13:11-18, will be accompanied by a global banker, the seignior who will provide seigniorage, that is moneyness, for all.