New movement based on community rights

RainierJuly 9, 2013 

It is so sad that America, which was the original light to the world, (being the first successful revolution to declare the sovereignty of the individual over kings and clerics), has now fallen so low into darkness.

People all over the world quote our sacred Declaration of Independence as they bravely face dictators’ police forces. “We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men (plural for men and women) are created equal … endowed with Rights of Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness.”

Yet, here in America, the once blessed citizens now apathetically continue to allow, allow, allow the bankers, who own the corrupt Federal Reserve and the immoral mega corporations, to rule by unabashedly purchasing politicians and judges … so very, very sad.

The only movement in the lethargy is the Community Rights Ordinance Movement. These local ordinances (over 150 cities in America) place the rights of people, community and nature over corporations. Is this the beginnings of a Second American Revolution? I hope so.

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