Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Politics has never been about morality, and the government knows it


NOTE: The government is (by law) an artificial person; it acts as a single unit, making it a legal person or legal fiction. For example: Corporations like that of MacDonald's, Wal-Mart, and Burger King, each one of them, act as a single unit; therefore, they are recognized or considered to be legal persons, by law.

Legal persons, artificial persons, or legal fictions have no conscience, let along a moral conscience. As Supreme Court Justice Stevens said, and I quote verbatim: 

". . . corporations have no consciences, no beliefs, no feelings, no thoughts, no desires. Corporations help structure and facilitate the activities of human beings, to be sure, and their 'person-hood' often serves as a useful legal fiction. But they are not themselves members of “We the People” by whom and for whom our Constitution was established."
--Supreme Court Justice Stevens, January 2010 

The above quote also pertains to governments as well. Governments, like corporations, are groups of people acting as a single unit -- as one body. And their only function is, and always has been, to facilitate the actions or activities of human beings -- that's all. They do not act out of morality, because governments, as artificial persons, do not have a conscience. This proves that governments cannot have morals, nor can  governments care about people, or care about people's feelings. Again, they can only facilitate people's actions or activities. 

Now, all of you know that politics has nothing to do with morality. Y'all better listen to the words Niccolo Machiavelli; he stated the obvious. In his book "Machiavelli the Prince" he lays out the blueprint on how a government can utilize manipulation and deception to control its people and make them into willing servants. This is called Machiavellian politics -- the politics of deception or trickery. This is what the U.S. government, and other Illuminati-controlled governments, uses on its people. (Refer to the book "48 Laws of Power" written by Robert Greene)

So the next time a politician comes out with his sleeves rolled up like he's a working-class joe, standing up on a stage talking about morality, etc -- tell him he doesn't believe in morality because that's not what politics or politicians are about. It's about power, manipulation, and control -- nothing more, nothing less. This has been proven many times. Therefore, you can't believe anything that comes out of his mouth.

Lastly, people in government offices never speak the truth; they always speak with a forked tongue.

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