Help Children and Teens Against Government Debt

Help Children and Teens Against Government Debt

-- exposing crimes against democracy --


DEMOCRACY - Definition:

de-moc-ra-cy (dĭ-mŏk'rə-sē)
n. pl. de-moc-racies

  • Government by the people, exercised either directly or through elected representatives.
  • A political or social unit that has such a government.
  • The common people, considered as the primary source of political power.
  • Majority rule.
  • The principles of social equality and respect for the individual within a community.
  • Democracy is about people of today, making decisions for today, and using today's money - not money that unborn generations will have to pay for.
    Having said this, crimes against democracy, theft from future generations have occured.
    Top officials need to be brought in, and charged with these crimes. As well, all monies must be repaid so that future adults have zero cost handed to them. This requires that the monies collected, will wipe out the government debt.

    Declare your independence from corrupt, unjust, or just plain stupid governments. TAKE BACK YOUR POWER NOW!

    Just like the American FOREFATHERS who declared independence 200 years ago, you can now declare independence from any and all government. Personal freedom is higher than government. Purchase, then SIGN your copy of your personal DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE below.


    Why Was the US Declaration of Independence Written

    The US Declaration of Independence served as one of the foundations of the United States. It marked the liberation of the country from the rule of the British Empire. Furthermore, it also helped in the establishment of several independent colonies that will then merge and become the United States of America. Let�s look back at U.S. history and learn why the Declaration of Independence was written.

    Why was the US Declaration of Independence written? The primary reason why Thomas Jefferson and company wrote this document was to explain and announce the decision of the U.S. to be separated from Britain. Because the country was then under British rule for some time, this all-important document was written to justify its independence from the foreign power.

    In doing so, the leaders of the country listed numerous colonial grievances that went against the rule of King George III. In that particular document, the U.S. citizens clamored for their various important natural rights such as the right to revolt. Additionally, it also announced the ever-growing desire of the country to have its freedom and independence. To do that, the author mentioned the importance of happiness, liberty and life for every individual.

    Important Details and Other Relevant Information About the Document

    The U.S. Declaration of Independence was created sometime in between June and July 1776. It was ratified on July 4 of that very same year. Overall, 56 Continental Congress delegates approved and signed the document. Among the represented states were Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia. Other representatives came from other active states such as Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. At the point in time, the President of the Congress was John Hancock, who represented Massachusetts. A committee led by John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson authored the document.

    From the numerous delegates who were supposed to sign this all-important document, a few of them were unable to give their signatures. Henry Wisner, Robert R. Livingston and George Clinton were somewhere else attending various kinds of important functions when the signing transpired. John Rogers, Charles Humphreys and Thomas Willing were replaced. John Dickenson did not sign the document.

    In addition, new delegates were allowed to sign the document. The list included George Ross, James Smith and Benjamin Rush. Charles Carroll, George Taylor and William Williams were also present and took part in the signing. George Clymer and Matthew Thornton also approved the Declaration of Independence. Such important move in U.S. history was emulated in various corners of the world including the Vietnam Declaration of Independence in 1945, the Liberian Declaration of Independence in 1847 and the Venezuelan Declaration of Independence in 1811.





    Governments are so poorly run, and debts are way out of control, requiring separation from government. Hence the Individual Declaration of Independence.

    Buy it, print it, sign it, and fax it to the world, every political office, government office, your freinds, and especially the media. Change the world right NOW.

    Formally declare independence from government
    - declaration form here for INDIVIDUALS.

    Read "The Secret Law and you!"