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Re: James S Saint

Postby barbarianhorde » Wed Aug 28, 2019 9:13 pm

obsrvr524 wrote:
barbarianhorde wrote:James completely opposed socialism because he opposes anything besides the Constitution of the US, which he intended to amend with this laborious procedure of perfectly justified adaptation to new circumstances which is partly outlined above. He didn't intend to begin from scratch.

Are you referring to his proposal to make US laws obligated to their statutory goals? I' not finding anything else concerning James being a fanatic about the USC.

Lol I spent years discussing it with him in dozens of threads. If thats all unsearchable, forget it, its pointless.

James S Saint » Mon May 10, 2010 4:43 pm wrote:The US Constitution needs merely ONE small change from its original form in order to repair all damages that have taken place as well as rise to far, far greater heights.

That one change is merely to require that the reasoning behind each and every law be recorded for public view and open debate.
James S Saint » Wed Apr 30, 2014 8:41 am wrote:All of that is exactly antithetical to the New USA under Global Socialism.
And that is why you couldn't even begin to go in that direction.
The G8 would shut you down in a heart beat.

But yes, that is the way it was supposed to be. People in authority were NOT allowed even as much freedom of speech as private citizens due to having more authority. Just like on this forum, once you become a mod, you have an obligation to be more careful of what you are saying to or about people. But also like almost every forum, mods, people in authority, immediately begin to dictate what others can say while allowing themselves more freedom to say whatever they want.

The intent of the US Constitution was to be the opposite of the historical tendencies toward totalitarian socialism. The USA was strictly anti-socialist. Yet now, due to leaving a very small window open, the USA is merely pretending to not be socialist and preparing for marshal law when they finally can no longer pretend (pretending is expensive).

He really prophetically hit the mark on that one. They aren't hiding it any more. Trump bumped their timeline.

He wasn't prophetic, he was just not sedated. Neither am or was I ever sedated, I feel anyone could have seen this coming.

Trump made sure its not going to happen under your radar. In their insane response to Trumps election the totalitarians have revealed themselves to you and to about a billion other reasonably sentient humans.
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Re: James S Saint

Postby obsrvr524 » Thu Aug 29, 2019 10:08 am

barbarianhorde wrote:
obsrvr524 wrote:
barbarianhorde wrote:James completely opposed socialism because he opposes anything besides the Constitution of the US, which he intended to amend with this laborious procedure of perfectly justified adaptation to new circumstances which is partly outlined above. He didn't intend to begin from scratch.

Are you referring to his proposal to make US laws obligated to their statutory goals? I' not finding anything else concerning James being a fanatic about the USC.

Lol I spent years discussing it with him in dozens of threads. If thats all unsearchable, forget it, its pointless.

Then could you provide a link to any of it?
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Re: James S Saint

Postby barbarianhorde » Wed Sep 04, 2019 4:03 pm

Could be it was mostly in PMs actually, but definitely not just.
There be some in the beforethelight.forumotion links.

In short his view was that the Consitutions only flaw is that it doesn't have a proper process for accepting and rejecting amendments. His whole deal here with me and mine at first was to try and create a hermetically rational consensus-building protocol, which he wanted to see realized somehow into a legislature of the future.
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