Amendment to the Constitution: Averting the Decline and Fall of America
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[Editor’s Note: The daily call for ‘change’ in the heart of the West, mostly by cultural-marxists, and honest ‘radical leftists’, those that bear the brunt of the common acceptance of revolutionary conduct and philosophy, has markedly become a part of the national dialogue in recent years. While this dialogue never really went away, the change in tactics by the right of center or White Nationalists/Alt-right milieu, has also changed in tenor and delivery.
Some of these changes have produced fruit, and some have withered on the vine.
The momentum of the Right, as opposed to ‘conservatives’ has, once again, run into the cul-de-sac of ‘public action’ versus that of the mendacious and tedious world of legality, that is, Institutional legality. This is a political machine, mostly. The common-law of the Anglo-Saxon, precedent has, in the past 50 years, taken second-place to those who parse the elements of Law, and substitute those laws, or rather, insert these laws, to coalesce one political party against the other.
Law and Institution, however, is part of the reality that Nationalists find themselves.
What to Do?
Below is a Proposed Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, presented around 1985, and made a small, yet visceral circuit, for a a decade. It makes interesting reading. The philosophy and intent, however, if taken at face value, is still a wake-up call. However one discerns this presentation, it is the right time, at least in the United States, to re-visit this proposition. We lean, once again, on the Work of Frank L. DeSilva, of which this is a partial excerpt, and thank him for his efforts.
Amendment to the Constitution:
Averting the Decline and
Fall of America
When the fate of a nation is imperiled from within its own ranks, and from aliens who have joined its ranks, and within the space of one or two generations, the society established by its forefathers has been riven from its frame, the guardians of that nation must take action to defend their people from their own destructive elements and repair their defects, or be held responsible before God and man for their inaction. America is such a nation; the 80’s are a part of such a generation and our local elected officials are the guardians of whom I speak.
The purpose of this text is to remind this generation of its obligations to its country, to enlighten it in some measure as to its defects and destructive elements, and to present a plan to correct them. Subjects discussed herein may be considered by some to be sensitive and even outrageous, but the incensed and outraged will be those who by their action or at times by their very presence within the nation were themselves outrageous and controversial twenty years ago. The course of action recommended by this text is a constitutional amendment presented to the several states through a convention called by Congress upon petition by the several states through their legislatures, who would have the foremost responsibility for action, that this text is primarily directed.
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