The Constitution for The United States of America is being violated.  It has been violated over many years, by many administrations, by every branch of government, by each party.

Much as our forefathers repeatedly petitioned the King for redress of violation of their rights, We the People, pursuant to the last ten words of the First Amendment to the Constitution, otherwise known as the “accountability clause”, have repeatedly petitioned the three branches of our federal government for Redress of Grievances. The People have petitioned in many ways, over many years, by many means including, by individual, informal, written, and verbal communication, and by countless formal proper Petitions for Redress of Grievances. [See attached petitions]

Among the proper petitions filed are those related to:

1. Meddling in the internal affairs of other countries without any constitutional authority;

2. Undeclared wars in violation of the War Powers Clauses of Articles I and II;

3. The gifting and lending of public money and credit to private corporations for decidedly private purposes – bailouts – without any constitutional authority whatsoever;

4. A debt-based, fiat currency controlled by the Federal Reserve System, a cartel of private banks, all in violation of the Money Clauses of Article I;

5. Direct, un-apportioned taxes on labor in violation of the Tax Clauses of Article I;

6. Invasion of privacy and a developing police state in violation of the Privacy Clauses of the 4th Amendment;

7. Un-enforced immigration laws in violation of that mandate, plainly-worded in Article II of the Constitution, that requires the president to faithfully execute the laws;

8. A President who refuses every request to provide evidence that he is a Natural Born Citizen, as Article II requires.

9. The counting of votes in secret, as all machines do, in violation of the constitutional Right not only to vote, but to know that all votes are being accurately counted;

10. The absence of well-regulated State Militias, and the presence of federal gun control laws that violate the 2nd  Amendment; and

11. The government’s attempt to merge the governments of the United States, Mexico, and Canada into a “North American Union.”

These Petitions for Redress of Constitutional violations have been answered only with repeated injury. For instance, the Petitions served upon officials in the Executive and Legislative branches have been answered only with silence, notwithstanding the fact that the Government is obligated to respond, as the fulfillment of the logical process implied by the Accountability Clause (i.e., the last ten words of the First Amendment), which instructs the People of their Right to Petition and thus their Right to be answered.

Petitions for Redress filed with the courts by individuals or small groups are repeatedly dismissed for “lack of standing.” Before the Courts will hear a constitutional challenge of a violation by the Government, they require each and every individual Petitioner to prove to the Court that he has the right to “stand” before the Court to argue his case against the Government. To prove his “standing,” the courts require proof that the Petitioner’s injury (resulting from the government’s violation of the Constitution) is different in kind and degree – more concrete and particularized — than the harm suffered by every other person in the country. Since this is not possible, the Court’s definition of “Standing” means that all unwelcomed constitutional challenges from the People will be dismissed.  This position prevents the very foundation upon which the Declaration of Independence and Constitution are built: that each and every provision of the Constitution is a guarantee to each and every person of an INDIVIDUAL, UNALIENABLE RIGHT.  In a system based on the Letter and Spirit of our Founding Documents, every violation of the Constitution does in fact injure or harm the INDIVIDUAL, and should thereby give him or her the RIGHT to stand in Court to seek relief.

Under these facts and circumstances, it is well settled in American jurisprudence that silence is an admission. The government, by its silence, has admitted to its violations of the Constitution.

Wherefore, We the People now find the three branches of government to be in violation of the Accountability Clause of the First Amendment of the Constitution; the public officials to be guilty of dereliction of duty in violation of their Oath of Office; and their actions, as listed in the aforementioned Petitions for Redress, to be outside the boundaries drawn around their power and, therefore, unconstitutional.

Learn more about this Article: see the PETITIONS FOR REDRESS; see the PETITION for Writ of Certiorari and Appendix to the Supreme Court of the United States (the unsuccessful attempt by the People to have the Court, for the first time in America’s history, define the meaning of the last ten words of the First Amendment). See the related CC 2009 video presentation: Mark Lane, Attorney- The Right to Petition and the First Amendment; and Robert L. Schulz, Chairman, We The People Foundation for Constitutional Education, Inc.,
We The People v. United States.





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