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THE VISION OF THE FOUNDING FATHER: THE PYRAMID OF RIGHTS


The Founding Fathers wanted a lot more human rights than ended up being enshrined in the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Many people have noticed the Mason pyramid on the dollar bill. The all seeing pyramid. The illuminati has falsely said that this indicates the Founding fathers were illuminati masons. They were not.



The founding fathers did infiltrate the illuminati Masons in order to win the Revolutionary War. George Washington was a Mason because he was spying for the revolution. George Washington and all the founding fathers were part of the Rosicrucian Brotherhood - a secret society created to protect the descendants of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalena from the Catholic Church who wanted to murder them all.

The symbol of the pyramid is an ancient symbol the illuminati Masons perverted. They use it now to justify their elite control of the base of society. The founding fathers knew that it's real symbolism was a tower to our Creator.

The Pyramids themselves were built by our creator. They have existed since the beginning of time and used to be a doorway between Earth and Heaven itself. That was before the illuminati destroyed them when Napoleon ransacked them and stole the crystals that were inside the Great Pyramid at Giza. The Pyramids were created by our Creator as a sign of perfection. The capstone at the top used to be lit via induction which is why the all seeing eye sheds light.

The Founding Father used the Pyramid as inspiration for the founding of America because they saw America as the capstone on the pyramid of human governments. America is God's beacon to the rest of the world. The founding fathers viewed America as a proxy for Heaven on Earth - they wanted to make it as close to Heaven as possible. They viewed universal human rights as something given to us by our Creator - something that exists without question in Heaven. Having those rights observed on Earth in the United States of America would be to create a city on a hill for the rest of the world to emulate.

In order for America to get there though it needed to have a full pyramid of rights to protect the rights that are observed in Heaven. The Founding Fathers were using the Pyramid as a symbol for building a collection of rights that protected one's potential from God. The Creator and his Army in Heaven also wanted America to develop this pryamid of rights in order to protect themselves from the Satanic Illuminati Masons.

Really the Founding Fathers were only able to complete half of the pyramid of universal human rights they wanted to build in order to protect America from the illuminati and guarantee our rights to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. They always viewed the American Constitution as a living document that needed to be added to. They viewed the project of building American democracy as half completed. Throughout the last 100 years with FDR, JFK, MLK and Bobby Kennedy we've been trying to complete this pyramid.



The idea of the US Constitution was to enshrine these rights to protect us from the illuminati Masons. The Revolutionary War was a war to escape the control of Illuminati England with its Monarchy and tyranny. The US Constitution was designed to protect us from the illuminati. THe Founding FAthers knew we needed a living breathing, meaningful Constitution to protect the Pyramid of Rights and we needed a citizenry that cared about their liberty and was willing to fight for it and die if need be.

Our Constitution is our Health. If we can say all our Constitutional rights are being observed in America we can say America has a clean bill of Health. The Founding Fathers believed that universal human rights -- like the right to a free press -- were key to protecting America from being controlled by the Illuminati like the European Old World was at the time. Most of America at that time was composed of people who had fled Europe because of the Illuminati Masons. Groups like the Quakers, the Puritans, Deists as well as the downtrodden poor had come to America to escape tyranny and seek freedom.

When the Constitution was drafted by Madison and Jefferson there was debate about it and the bill of rights. It was not a document that came already done - it was hammered out in the fires of political compromise. The Founding Fathers were still dealing with Illuminati Mason control of some parts of America. The Founding Fathers wanted far more universal rights enshrined in the Bill of Rights than the illuminati Masons would allow.

Alexander Hamilton himself was an illuminati mason and the Judas in the Founding Fathers. The Federalist papers were written as a compromise between Madison - a true American Democratic Patriot and Alexander Hamilton - a slaver and illuminati masonic Jew - who advocated for a large central bank in New York to run the financial aspects of the US Government - a precursor to our Federal Reserve.

The Masons ended up taking back control of the US Government in the 1820s and they destroyed and rewrote much of the record of how the constitution was actually drafted. They censored things and rewrote the historical record to cover up much of the discussion that happened during the drafting of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Just as the Catholic Church corrupted Jesus' teachings and Caanite Jews corrupted the Torah, the original discussion about what America should be has been corrupted and obscured. The real story is that much more was discussed - from rights for "witches and warlocks" to rights for tranvestites to wear lady garments if they want to.

The illuminati removed all the records relating to dicussions concerning the rights of Witches and Warlocks - what people with paranormal powers were called in the days of the Founding Fathers. The founding fathers actually discussed what protections Witches should have and wanted to ban discrimination against witches. They wanted to put an end to witch burnings. The illuminati removed that all from the historical record because they didn't want to admit magic was real.



The Declaration of Indepedence says "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

These three rights: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness are the heart of the Constitution because they were the only rights the Illuminati would agree to as Universal. They are the only rights enshrined in the Constitution itself. The Bill of Rights are Amendments that were added secondarily. These three rights are like the capstone of a larger pyramid of rights the Founding Fathers wanted to create in order to protect America from the Illuminati.

The illuminati masons said they believed in Liberty but really that was a lie. They were slave traders and slaves to the illuminati masonic order - they represented as they do now the opposite of liberty. They think of liberty in terms of themselves - the liberty for them to do whatever they want. They want the liberty to be fascists which is to say the liberty to take away other people's liberty. This is the only reason they agreed to including liberty as one of the 3 universal human rights.

And of course every wants the right to live and be happy. Though the illuminati don't respect the right to life either. They routinely take Americans lives and don't care about what lives they damage. Even in regards to happiness they are really only concerned about their own happiness. So really the illuminati don't respect any of the rights in the US Constitution. They don't believe in God the Creator either. The illuminati believe they are Gods or they worship Satan as the strongest most evil God.

The Bill of Rights are ranked in importance. The founding fathers fought for each of the first 10 to make sure they could get as many rights as possible. The illuminati masons didn't want any of the bill of rights passed. The founding fathers pragmatically proposed them by their importance to try and get as many through as possible from a much longer list they hoped to pass.



This is why Thomas Jefferson always said the right to free speech - the 1st Amedment - is the foundation of American Democracy. The 2nd Amendment, the right to bear arms, is second in importance because only an armed citizenry can protect their free speech. Only an armed citizenry is truly free from its army as the founding fathers understood.

Thomas Jefferson viewed the Bill of Rights as a living document that needed to be updated every 20 years or so. It was an imperfect solution and he hoped that more and more of the pyramid would get built over time. Also Jefferson forsaw that new issues would arise that the Founding Fathers had not anticipated. Each generation was responsonsible for making sure the Constitution was still protecting America.

There are two big areas the founding fathers didn't anticipate so they are not addressed in the Constitution or in the discussion of the drafting of the Constitution. The first area is the digital realm where rights also play out in virtual spaces. The founding fathers had no way to anticipate the internet or the influence of companies like facebook and twitter on free speech so they, of course, did not address these issues in the Constitution or the Bill of Rights.

The second area is the natural environment. In the times of the founding fathers, pollution was not as great a concern. America was big enough that pollution largely went unnoticed and pristine lands were always over the next mountain range. But now the tragedy of the commons effects every American as well as all of humanity. We can see with the water problems in Flint and the Navajo Reservations that basic rights are being ignored while greedy companies profit.

Just as Thomas Paine argued that each of us has a universal right to basic income based upon Government taking what our creator has given us - the land - and using it to create inequality, the environment was given to us all. Clean water and clean air are things our Creator gave to us. Companies who profit from the destruction of our environment created by our Creator are taking away a bounty given us by God. They are violating our unvirsal human rights to a natural environment.

In addition now with DNA technology, we have the ability to radically transform our environment by doing things like planting bioengineered crops. Bioengineered crops are bad for the environment and create ecosystem instability. They also contaminate other crops and end up taking over creating monocultures that are prone to disease and pests.

Humans are meant to shape DNA the way they have been for thousands of years - through breeding animals. They are not supposed create new animals or bio-engineer giraffe/horses or bear/wolves. Our creator created the species that live on our planet and humanity will never usurp that role of Creator. We are not meant to create new species - we are meantt to shape the ones that our Creator created for us. Humans are meant to breed animals and plants as they have always done but they are not meant to bioengineer crops. As humans we have a right to a natural environment and bioengineering animals and plants violates that right.

The Constitution is a limiting document. We are not supposed to have any branches of our government beyond the Executive, Judicial and Congressional - the Constitution defines the limits of our government. It's supposed to set out the three branches of Government and create checks and balances to keep them properly aligned in the people's interest. Everything that does not flow from those 3 branches is not part of the Constitutions plan and therefore is unconstitutional.

The problem now is there are Unconstitutional government organizations like the Federal Reserve, the FBI and the NSA who are violating our rights and have no oversight within the Constitution since they are Unconstitutional institutions to begin with. The Congress has allowed the Constitution to be inceasingly mangled over the last 100 years - especially in the last 50 years - by these three organizations who did not exist in the first 150 - 200 years of America's founding.

Madison argued against the very idea of a Federal Bank believing it would inevitably create a 4th branch of government that would be used by the rich and powerful to undercut our government, the democratic project and universal human rights. He knew the illuminati Jewish Masons would use their banking connections and power to leverage themselves into control of the US government.

The Founding Fathers also didn't forsee the rise of powerful multinational Corporations which have bought much of the US Goverment and now govern through their bought Senators and Representatives as part of the Illuminati NWO.

These illuminati Corporations were given rights by the Supreme Court in Citizens vs United which has mangled and destroyed the spirit of our Constitution. The Founding Fathers never would have given corporations universal basic rights. Jefferson wrote "Our creator gives us these inalienable rights" - our Creator didn't create Corporations. That's why we get universal human rights and Corporations don't have them. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court has set up the opposite standard which has destroyed much of the Democratic process in America. We need to clarify this by passing a Constitutional Amendment to make it clear that Corporations are not people and are not entitled to the human rights spelled out in the constitution.

The misleadingly named Patriot Act is a flagrant violation of the 4th amendment that Congress has let stand for almost 20 years. The Patriot Traitor act allows the NSA to spy on us without a warrant every second of our lives as Edward Snowden proved to the world with his leaks. The 4th Amendment reads:

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

The Patriot Act allows the government to read your computer files, listen to your phone, video tape you with your IMac. It allows invisible surveillance to happen inside one's own home - one's castle. The Warrant process happens behind closed doors with no due process or chance of appeal. FISA courts don't need probable cause, all they need is a judge deciding surviellance is OK - that it's OK to violate a US Citizens rights. FISA courts in themselves are Unconstitutional and violate due process - the 6th Amendment as well. The Patriot Act violates two of our most important Rights in the Bill of Rights and yet no one is doing anything - besides Bernie Sanders - to revoke an obviously unconstitutional law the illuminati has saddled us with.

One Constitutional issue we are still dealing with is gerrymandering. The US Supreme Court just refused to hear two Gerrymandering cases -- in effect allowing the current heavily gerrymandered system to persist. Gerrymandering is obviously irrational and unfair and yet is not being dealt with at the Supreme Court level as a constitutional issue.

The Founding Fathers addressed this gerrymandering issue but were unable to get their Amendment ratified. The first Amendment to the Constitution was not ratified by the States but it specifically addressed issues of how to alot representatives in states based on population. The original draft by James Madison read:

After the first enumeration required by the first article of the Constitution, there shall be one Representative for every thirty thousand, until the number shall amount to one hundred, after which the proportion shall be so regulated by Congress, that there shall be not less than one hundred Representatives, nor less than one Representative for every forty thousand persons, until the number of Representatives shall amount to two hundred; after which the proportion shall be so regulated by Congress, that there shall not be less than two hundred Representatives, nor more than one Representative for every fifty thousand persons.

Now this doesn't address Gerrymandering in specific but the principle is clear. The point is to have a fair number of representatives based upon population totals. The problem with Gerrymandering is that it skews population totals by grouping parts of states together that are unrelated and sometimes geographically separated. District maps are drawn in weird ways just to give Republicans or Democrats an advantage thereby denying people the right to have their vote matter.

This obviously goes against the spirit of representative democracy and is something that is really so ridiculous the Founding Fathers never would have even thought of it. Why draw such weird maps? To them the irrationality of it would be appalling. To them the blatant desire to pervert the direct representation of certain communities would be unacceptable and an obvious violation of the spirit of the Constitution.

Our Supreme Court are all Satanists now though and they work for the Pope and the Japanese and the Soviets. So they're all OK with gerrymandering - not a single one dissented. The Supreme Court is trying to destroy our Constitution now for the Illuminati.

We need to begin a new process of continuing to build on the US Constitutiona and the Bill of Rights. We need to make this entire pyramid real and then we'll know that we're forever protected by the illuminati. If we have most of this pyramid secure, the illuminati cannot come in through the back door and take over our country again.

While we were fighting the Nazis in WWII, this fight for the entire pyramid of rights was more obvious. FDR attempted to augment our political rights with economic rights because he recognized that political freedom is meaningless without economic freedom. FDR recognized that America is at war with the illuminati elites who want to create their New World Order on the back of economic slavery. FDR realized the old illuminati power structure of the monarchy had now been transformed into a new power structure of economic royalists. Elites who think they have the right to rule over the rest of America in their "New World Order."



FDR explained in his "Rendezvous With Destiny" speech to the Democratic National Convention of 1936:

"That very word freedom, in itself and of necessity, suggests freedom from some restraining power.

In 1776 we sought freedom from the tyranny of a political autocracy: from the eighteenth-century royalists who held special privileges from the crown. It was to perpetuate their privilege that they governed without the consent of the governed; that they denied the right of free assembly and free speech; that they restricted the worship of God; that they put the average man's property and the average man's life in pawn to the mercenaries of dynastic power; that they regimented the people.

And so it was to win freedom from the tyranny of political autocracy that the American Revolution was fought. That victory gave the business of governing into the hands of the average man, who won the right with his neighbors to make and order his own destiny through his own government. Political tyranny was wiped out at Philadelphia on July 4, 1776.

Since that struggle, however, man's inventive genius released new forces in our land which reordered the lives of our people. The age of machinery, of railroads; of steam and electricity; the telegraph and the radio; mass production, mass distribution - all of these combined to bring forward a new civilization and with it a new problem for those who sought to remain free.

For out of this modern civilization economic royalists carved new dynasties. New kingdoms were built upon concentration of control over material things. Through new uses of corporations, banks and securities, new machinery of industry and agriculture, of labor and capital - all undreamed of by the Fathers - the whole structure of modern life was impressed into this royal service.

There was no place among this royalty for our many thousands of small-businessmen and merchants who sought to make a worthy use of the American system of initiative and profit. They were no more free than the worker or the farmer. Even honest and progressive-minded men of wealth, aware of their obligation to their generation, could never know just where they fitted into this dynastic scheme of things.

This philosophy of economic security being a prerequisite of true liberty was the motivation behind FDR's New Deal policies that created an economic safety net in America where there wasn't one before. Institutions we now take for granted like Social Security, the Federal Housing Administration, and the FDA.

FDR tried to do a further massive expansion on the pyramid in 1944 as America was wrapping up WWII. In FDR's 1944 Presidential State of the Union Address he proposed a Second Bill of Rights - an Economic Bill of Rights. He proposed many of the rights that are missing right now from our pyramid - rights that we are still missing Constitutional amendments to protect. Here's a film of his address.



The rights that FDR mentions here are not completely new. Thomas Paine argued for Basic Income in Agrarian Justice in 1795. The founding fathers new these rights were important as well, they just couldn't get them passed at the time because the Illuminati wouldn't let them.

As the Nazi's were being defeated FDR had a vision of what a more perfect America should be. It was time to finish the project of the founding fathers. Here's a written transcript from FDR's 1944 speech outlining his proposed Second Bill of Rights - an Economic Bill of Rights .

"It is our duty now to begin to lay the plans and determine the strategy for the winning of a lasting peace and the establishment of an American standard of living higher than ever before known. We cannot be content, no matter how high that general standard of living may be, if some fraction of our people - whether it be one-third or one-fifth or one-tenth - is ill-fed, ill-clothed, ill-housed, and insecure.

This Republic had its beginning, and grew to its present strength, under the protection of certain inalienable political rights - among them the right of free speech, free press, free worship, trial by jury, freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures. They were our rights to life and liberty.

As our nation has grown in size and stature, however - as our industrial economy expanded - these political rights proved inadequate to assure us equality in the pursuit of happiness.

We have come to a clear realization of the fact that true individual freedom cannot exist without economic security and independence. "Necessitous men are not free men." People who are hungry and out of a job are the stuff of which dictatorships are made.

In our day these economic truths have become accepted as self-evident. We have accepted, so to speak, a second Bill of Rights under which a new basis of security and prosperity can be established for all - regardless of station, race, or creed.

Among these are:

The right to a useful and remunerative job in the industries or shops or farms or mines of the nation;
The right to earn enough to provide adequate food and clothing and recreation;
The right of every farmer to raise and sell his products at a return which will give him and his family a decent living;
The right of every businessman, large and small, to trade in an atmosphere of freedom from unfair competition and domination by monopolies at home or abroad;
The right of every family to a decent home;
The right to adequate medical care and the opportunity to achieve and enjoy good health;
The right to adequate protection from the economic fears of old age, sickness, accident, and unemployment;
The right to a good education.


All of these rights spell security. And after this war is won we must be prepared to move forward, in the implementation of these rights, to new goals of human happiness and well-being.

America's own rightful place in the world depends in large part upon how fully these and similar rights have been carried into practice for our citizens."

FDR was murdered by the Illuminati because of the Economic Bill of Rights and also because he was planning on nuking Tokyo to win the war because the Japanese illuminati idiots refused to surrender - even after Hiroshima and Nagasaki got nuked.

In 1968, MLK made these same economic rights the platform for his Poor People's campaign. Before he was shot, MLK was going to march on Washington demanding an end to poverty in America. He was murdered a month before he could do the march against poverty.



The illuminati assassinated MLK because of his advocacy of an economic bill of rights. They were nervous that MLK's message was addressed at not just African-Americans but also poor whites. The illuminati didn't want an alliance of African-Americans and poor whites to lead to a more just America and the creation of a stronger safety net for America's poor.



The illuminati knows that if Americans had all these rights that our government would be on a rock solid foundation and they wouldn't be able to corrupt our democracy. That's why they keep assassinating Great American heroes like FDR and MLK when they carry the banner of economic justice. Bobby Kennedy was assassinated the same year as MLK because he had taken up MLK's message of economic rights and was becoming a leader of both poor whites and african-americans. Bobby was killed 2 months after MLK. 5 years after his brother JFK. All murdered by the illuminati in order to keep America in chains.