I joined this group to give you all some information that I have that might be beneficial to us all.

I recently joined a group similar to this group only that group is forming common law grand juries - the 4th level of government - the people.  We have the power to indict criminals that otherwise are not being indicted.  We are starting at the county level.  That group is National Liberty Alliance.  The web address to read about it is:  nationallibertyalliance.org  Supposedly there are 385,000 Russian troops that will be in the US by October 1.  That is the deadline to get our common law grand juries up and going.  I've read things by many different people stating that there are already foreign troops on our soil.  Some think that it is to take away our guns so that Obama can create his dictatorship state.  I can't think of the right words to say that but you get the gist.  He is following in the footsteps of Hitler.  Here's something else I'd like to share:  

2,000 Year Old Wisdom
Sovereign Man
August 27, 2013 
Spoleto, Italy
Nearly 2,400 years ago, Aristotle wrote one of the defining works of political philosophy in a book entitled Politics.
It's still incredibly relevant today, particularly what he writes about tyranny.
The ancient Greeks used the word 'turannos', which referred to an illegitimate ruler who governs without regard for the law or interests of the people, often through violent and coercive means.
Aristotle attacks tyrants mercilessly in his book, and clearly spells out the criteria which make a leader tyrannical. You may recognize a few of them:
1) Artistotle suggests that a tyrant rises to power by first demonstrating that he is a man of the people:
"He ought to show himself to his subjects in the light, not of a tyrant, but of a steward and a king."
and
"He should be moderate, not extravagant in his way of life; he should win the notables by companionship, and the multitude by flattery. "
2) But once in power, a tyrant uses all available means to hold on to power, including spying on his people:
"A tyrant should also endeavor to know what each of his subjects says or does, and should employ spies ... and ... eavesdroppers ... [T]he fear of informers prevents people from speaking their minds, and if they do, they are more easily found out."
3) Furthermore, Aristotle tells us that a tyrant thrives by creating division and conflict -- "to sow quarrels among the citizens; friends should be embroiled with friends, the people with the notables [the rich]..."
4) Controlling the economy and stealing the citizens' wealth is also another mark of a tyrant:
"Another practice of tyrants is to multiply taxes... [and] impoverish his subjects; he thus provides against the maintenance of a guard by the citizen and the people, having to keep hard at work, are prevented from conspiring."
5) And as Aristotle points out, a tyrant also attempts to disarm the people such that "his subjects shall be incapable of action" because "they will not attempt to overthrow a tyranny, if they are powerless."
6) Naturally, a tyrant "is also fond of making war in order that his subjects may have something to do and be always in want of a leader."
7) Aristotle also tells us that tyrants hunt down those who oppose their power:
"It is characteristic of a tyrant to dislike everyone who has dignity or independence; he wants to be alone in his glory, but anyone who claims a like dignity or asserts his independence encroaches upon his prerogative, and is hated by him as an enemy to his power."
8) Ultimately, though, Aristotle concludes that "No freeman, if he can escape from [tyranny], will endure such a government."
He's right. And in the past, people had to rise up in the streets to defeat tyranny.
Fortunately, there are many tactics available to freedom-oriented people today that don't involve violent revolution.
For rational, thinking people who find themselves living in a state that is rapidly sliding into tyranny, one of the most important steps to take is reducing exposure to that government.
If you live, work, bank, invest, own property, run a business, hold your precious metals, store your digital data (email), etc. all in the same place, you are running some serious 'sovereign risk'.
In many cases, you can move precious metals overseas, set up a foreign bank account, or create an offshore, encrypted email account with a few mouse clicks.
Take a look back at Aristotle's points. If the majority of them look familiar, it may be time that you look around the world for alternatives.

 
Until tomorrow, 
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Simon Black 
If all this stuff is true, it won't be long until we find out for sure.  Visit this guys website too.  http://www.sovereignman.com  He suggests that the war on Syria is to distract us from seeing what else is going on.  Good point.  Hope this is helpful to everyone.
Senior Editor, SovereignMan.com

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