Back To The Future
When I was a young boy I remember watching Back to the Future Part 2 and wondering what I would be doing in 2015. At the time I was excited about hover boards, and anxious about being 34 years old. Fast forward to 2015, I am horrified at the political state of my dear country.
America was born on a premise of individual rights, articulated in the Declaration of Independence, whereby each man and woman had equal political rights; the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Thomas Jefferson noted that the sole purpose of government was to protect these rights. He neglected to specify and elaborate on the importance of property rights, the most fundamental right that begets all other rights. Property rights are an important component of laissez-faire capitalism. Laissez-faire capitalism is the only political system to uphold all rights. This flaw in the Declaration of Independence allowed intervening governments to radically alter the relationship between individual and state.
What has caused this dramatic political shift from individualism and liberty to collectivism and compulsion? It's the implicit morality of altruism - "other"-ism. Our guiding moral framework is in direct contradiciton of the founding political framework of America. What is required to return to a proper, legitimate government, and a free and prosperous civilization? Egoism - "I"-ism.
I have come to this conclusion through rigorous philosophic inquiry. It is unreasonable to expect a democratic shift in my lifetime, so in an effort to preserve and enhance my life, liberty, property, and pursuit of happiness, I endeavor to lead a peaceful revolution back to founding principles through three initial actions via executive order:
1. Abolition of the IRS and repeal of the 16th Amendment
2. Abolition of the Federal Reserve and repeal of the Federal Reserve Act
3. Abolition of Senate Democracy and repeal of the 17th Amendment