Cenocracy: A Declaration for Greater Independence
Right To Bear Arms


Here is a short reference to the title of this page. Please note there is more commentary at the site from which the following paragraph was taken:

Legal Information Institute— The Second Amendment

The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution reads: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." Such language has created considerable debate regarding the Amendment's intended scope. On the one hand, some believe that the Amendment's phrase "the right of the people to keep and bear Arms" creates an individual constitutional right for citizens of the United States. Under this "individual right theory," the United States Constitution restricts legislative bodies from prohibiting firearm possession, or at the very least, the Amendment renders prohibitory and restrictive regulation presumptively unconstitutional. On the other hand, some scholars point to the prefatory language "a well regulated Militia" to argue that the Framers intended only to restrict Congress from legislating away a state's right to self-defense. Scholars have come to call this theory "the collective rights theory." A collective rights theory of the Second Amendment asserts that citizens do not have an individual right to possess guns and that local, state, and federal legislative bodies therefore possess the authority to regulate firearms without implicating a constitutional right.

In the Second Amendment we find the Right to Bear Arms, regardless if one interprets it in an individual or collective Right. However, such a right was not explicitly mentioned in the Declaration of Independence. It is implied by the statement:

"...it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it (the government), and to institute new Government (a Cenocracy), laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness..."

Even though the word "overthrow" is not used, such an action is implied by the terms Alter, Abolish and even the word Reform. Yet, the government has taken it upon itself to create a law "18 U.S.C. ยง2385" that says a person can be fined or thrown in prison, in essence, for describing their protest actions as being directed towards an overthrow of the government. What adulterated Hypocrisy!

No less, in either case of the Right to bear arms or the Right to "overthrow" (Alter, Abolish, Reform), the government, did the whole of the Nation get to vote on such rights... or any Rights for that matter. Without a Constitutionally mandated Right to vote on our Rights, and have the result become law; the people are stuck in the muck and mire of having to let themselves be led around like any domesticated animal whose existence is to serve the Will of those who assume they have the right to claim some level of ownership because of their position in a particular context. Indeed, when a person is elected to office it is not too infrequent for the public to be subjected to those who think they are somehow automatically endowed with some extraordinary insight, intelligence in wisdom that they did not possess before... and yet placement in a leadership context with a given title somehow infuses them with some enhanced ability because they presume themselves to be a "chosen one infallibility"— that the public is devoid of ever being able to fully appreciate and must therefore defer their choice and decision making capacity to them.

Every single Right must be discussed and voted on by the entire Nation. This includes interests which are not now denoted as Rights. This includes Animal Rights, Equal Rights, Total Health Care Rights, Environmental Rights, Water Rights, Land Rights, Substance Usage Rights, Education Rights, Employment Rights, Voting Rights, Civil Rights, Criminal Rights, Child Rearing Rights, The Public's Right to vote on any issue and have the result become a law, Tax Rights, Property Rights, Imminent Domain Rights, Legal Rights, the Public's Right to rescind any and all court actions, the Public's Right to vote in a Supreme Court that is directly answerable to the Public, Freedom from poverty Rights, Freedom from Law Enforcement abuses Rights, Freedom from Executive, Legislative and Judicial stupidity Rights, Immigration Rights, Emigration Rights, etc...

There are so many issues that are not be addressed and the very few which are, are often found to be short-sighted... after the public gets to see what the government has come up with and by then, the public has already had to suffer one or another loss. Whereas government may claim it has an open door policy, what is not told is that the door is a revolving one or that once someone passes through a doorway with an entrance sign, the neon sign changes to read exit. This is how the collective Will of the people is being treated. It's not that the government is too big, it's that it is not big enough. An Actual Democracy is the largest form of government in existence, because it is supposed to involve everyone as their own Representative. Using the present formula of vicarious Representation creates so many problems that some unthinking individuals claim that the solution there of is to have a smaller government. Such people have their head stuck in the sand. Small governments work well with a small government blueprint because they are designed to exclude most people from effectively participating in government. Small governments do not work when they are comprised of large groups of people all vying for some measure of small group dominance that views itself as exclusive and not as an inclusive member. We The People need a new design of government that is specifically designed to be inclusive of everyone. The present formula of vicarious Representation is an absurd joke recited by those aspiring to laugh at the same inebriated illusion.

No group or individual should have the Right to make the determination, description, definition or overall design of a right to take preeminence over the collective Will of the People. And this includes the Equal Rights position. The Government as it is presently being practiced in failing us... miserably. For example, it is an absolutely stupid Foreign policy for the U.S. government to expect Russia to commit itself militarily to fight terrorism in the Middle East, and yet continue to impose sanctions against it. This is like handcuffing someone from behind and then ask them to raise their hands in support of a given idea. This is no different than asking people to give up their guns and expect to feel safe in the presence of various authorities who take it upon themselves to assume some diplomatic type of immunity for causing collateral or direct harm to the public. Not only do the people feel insecure from the so-called protections offered by the government, they have a genuine concern to be afraid because we are lied to, taken advantage of, manipulated and in particular, have no real say so in a government that is supposed to be ours.

We can not rely on the three Branches of government for safety, security or happiness. The present formula of practiced Democracy is filled with so much hypocrisy that the Nation has become a laughing stock to others and its own citizens. Clearly, we need a new model of social self-governance because the present one is a joke. The "Demo" in Democracy illustrates that the present structure of practiced government is a facsimile. A facsimile whose original has become deteriorated over the generations, just like any image that is reproduced in a copy machine where the original has been lost and each copy is made from yet a copy of a copy of a copy... etc. Over the years, the original formulation intended to be a government Of, By and For All The People has been lost. And all we have to show for the early efforts is a deteriorated copy that looks very little like the original idea. An idea that was but the sketch of an idea which successive generations of plutocratically-drive aristocrats have mutilated in an attempt to create an image of themselves... at the expense of everyone else.

We The People need a Revolution to get us back to the original idea. We The People must have the Constitutionally established Right to run our own government, Of, By and For All the people as a Representative body of ourselves enabled to vote on any and all issues and have the vote made into law. A law that no branch of government nor singular group can alter or abolish without the express Will of The People. The People need their own Legislative Branch to function In Addition To the present one. The entire Bill Of Rights and Constitution need to be developed, discussed and voted on by the entire Nation without any form of "Representative" go-between.

Many of those who bear arms are well aware that as the Cenocracy Movement begins to unfold, those who have difficulty or outright refuse to accept the application of an Actual Democracy... may attempt to interfere, undermine and even resort to destruction in an attempt to retain the present formula of government they are more familiar and comfortable with. Indeed, depending on individual perceptions which determine levels of desperation, we may well encounter those who will want to burn everything to the ground instead of permitting it to be applied towards a more equitable good. Like Hitler when feeling his reign was near its end... he ordered for Germany to be burned. His first solution in addressing social problems interpreted through the perception of the Nazis was to have books burned. Then there came the "Final Solution" to a presumed problem with the Jews by having many of them burned. The usage of Fire was frequent and enduring. The Reichstag was burned and blamed on Communists and many people participated in bonfire celebrations as a means of solidifying a larger Nazi following. However, it should be mentioned that Paris was spared this fate though it was otherwise ordered by Hitler.

In short, we Cenocracy Revolutionists may well be viewed by some as the Enemy. An enemy that should be left to govern over nothing but debris and ashes... or illness, injury, disease, poverty, environmental disaster, severe economic privations, massive unemployment, food and shelter shortages, etc... There is no telling what level of cruelty and destruction those in a departing leadership may resort to. Like an obsessed lover who defines happiness and truth by their singular personal interests... they would rather kill them and those they love than to leave any behind to live without their presence as the dominant figure. By committing an act of murder-suicide, a person exhibits one last expression of being in charge. Simply put, some people are sore losers... even when their presumed loss provides enhanced liberty and life to numerous others who are collectively given the Right to collectively speak and vote their own mind, as well as have their Will made into law.

Initial Posting: Thursday, September 17, 2015