Gaslighting with gas stoves

Most of what we call problems and “issues” are only symptoms of much more serious disease.  Take, for example, the proposed, then denied, then proposed again as a possibility, gas stove ban.

Our federal constitution’s 18th amendment properly, though foolishly, granted the federal government authority to ban ONLY the “…manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors…”  The federal government has never been granted any other authority to ban anything from citizens except counterfeiting, piracy, high seas felony, offense against “the Law of Nations,” and treason.  The 18th amendment did NOT grant any authority to ban the consumption of intoxicating liquors…or anything else.  But even this limited authority was transgressed when the habitually rogue agency now called the ATF killed more than 10,000 people by intentionally poisoning alcohol supplies.  We should’ve learned something from this.

Even so, every bit of the 18th amendment’s authority was repealed by the 21st amendment.  And there has still never been any amendment to authorize the ban of anything else.

As clarified by the 9th amendment, citizens own all rights and powers not specifically taken away by the federal constitution.  At least as importantly, the 10th amendment clarifies that politicians have no authority or powers not specifically granted by the federal constitution.  In short, what’s not specifically authorized for politicians to do, is specifically and absolutely banned.

And the very first words of actionable law in that constitution, Article I, Section 1, specify that only congress can make federal law.  Not judges, not executives, and certainly not unelected bureaucrats.

So, CPSC bureaucrat Rich Trumka Jr. has no authority to make any rule that any of us have to obey.  No people in our federal government, not even legislators, have any authority to ban anything except counterfeiting, piracy, high seas felony, offense against “the Law of Nations,” and treason.

Summary: MOST of what our government does at all levels is unconstitutional, parasitic and destructive. 

With at least some of the lies involving Big Pharma, our elections, our spy agencies and our information sources coming to light, it’s obvious to all but the most bleatingly submissive among us that our general system of government, education, entertainment, information, corporatism and culture is a globally corrupt, lying, genuinely evil and deadly-destructive puppet show.

Of course we’d been warned for generations.  Cassandric predictions from journalists, political wonks and even Presidents like Cleveland, Coolidge, Eisenhower, Kennedy and Reagan, as well as innumerable scandals, and revelations of government crimes, should’ve changed our ignorantly trusting attitudes and slavishly tribal votes long ago. 

Who doesn’t know that both incumbent crony parties have sold us out?  Yet we have been reelecting these inherently divisive dysfunctions anyway, so we have nobody to blame but ourselves.  Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.  But fool us every Election Day for generations? 
We have the power of peaceful revolution.  We could fix it all in a single day, such is the power of our numbers and the nature of government.  But first, my fellow human mortals, we have to make better choices, which means we must fix ourselves.


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