Time to Hit the RESET Button!

“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. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any form of government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, 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.”

Those immortal words from our Declaration of Independence, were written by Thomas Jefferson, explaining from whence government draws its power, and what should happen when government usurps that power. It has, in spades! The electorate has lost all power under our system, and it is incumbent upon each and every one of us to do something about it.

I have been preaching on various boards and forums for months now that the only viable way to preserve the middle class in the United States, and remove the yoke of corporate oppression that has gobbled-up the entire government is for the public to participate in mass civil disobedience, general strikes, removing money from national banking institutions, and some other things. Mostly, I have been taken for some kind of crank or eccentric, most people seeming to want to do the easy thing and stay within the system, hoping for some “change you can believe in.” Well, our experience is proving that this attitude of “lesser of two evils” is nothing but magical thinking.

I will be the first to admit that beyond my few suggestions, I had nothing further to offer beyond my willingness to do what I could to support such efforts. Now, however, an organization has been brought to my attention that has a complete plan, even down to suggested legislation, and recommended means of implementing the plan. The website is: http://www.resetbutton2011.org/ and here is a brief synopsis of the plan from the website:

Phase I of The Reset Button is true election reform, which puts the sovereignty over and control of elections into the hands of the citizen electorate – for the first time in the history of our nation. Phase I of The Reset Button calls for one US Constitutional amendment – Amendment XXVIII (Election Reform Amendment) – to be ratified immediately, and one law – the Election Reform Act of 2011 – to be passed immediately, in order for the citizens of the United States to gain sovereignty and democratic rule in the United States of America. Once Phase I is accomplished, Phase II of The Reset Button outlines major, simultaneous changes in governance, to steer the United States to a course of integrity and away from collusion, to real peace and away from imperialistic and militaristic and predatory behavior, to sovereignty over and control of healthful food, air, water, and healthcare, to a world-changing embracing of non-polluting “free energy” technologies and the accompanying paradigm shift from scarcity to abundance, to a blended ideology of social democracy for our needs and restrained capitalism for our desires beyond our needs, to social, economic, and environmental harmony, benevolence, and justice for all.

Please read the entire The Reset Button document – it will probably only take a couple of hours. You need to know the details, not just skim over it. You need to know the document well enough to literally “be the leader of the movement” at any point, because we are all the leaders of the movement. The Reset Button movement is headless – we are, each and every one of us, the leader, the head of the movement. Holding the concept, “rule by rules, not by rulers”, we don’t have, don’t need, and don’t want a singular powerful or charismatic leader, or a celebrity spokesperson. Instead, with The Reset Button, we have a strong document that defines our movement, a strong blueprint to build from, a strong plan and call to action for gaining sovereignty and self-governance – for the first time in our lives.

Maybe it is a little bit scary to move forward and support The Reset Button movement with your heart and soul, but think how frightening the alternative is. We have been steadily losing any control whatsoever over our future, losing our rights, losing our freedoms, losing our sovereignty. The giant national and multinational corporations and the giant national and international banks now have everything they need to utterly dominate our lives, legally, through buying elections (with the decision in the Supreme Court case that sounds as if George Orwell wrote the title, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission.) The corporations and banks are now poised to complete their takeover of the US government and its citizens. At this defining moment in history, we either immediately stiffen our backbones, stop them before the 2012 elections, change the rules, and hit the reset button – or quite likely, we will never again have a chance for sovereignty, self-determination, and self-governance.

Our strength is in numbers. We need everyone to pull together and, as the US Constitution says, “…to petition the Government for a redress of grievances”, and make the changes outlined in The Reset Button happen. Millions of voices in unison demanding – and finally achieving – a government of the people, for the people, and by the people. We will succeed.

Please give it a read, and forward it to your friends, and paste the link in the boards and forums you visit. The oligarchy is NOT going to relinquish control without a fight, but they cannot continue to survive without us, if we remain united.

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3 responses to “Time to Hit the RESET Button!

  1. Felix Vainglory

    Thank you for sharing this, Pete.

    I hope people will take the time to fully read, consider and digest the information and proposal.

    Its time has come.

  2. Will anything happen? likely not. The culture has evolved to the point where the majority may very well get worked up about things but are at a comfort level where getting up off the couch and actually doing anything is too much effort.

    A few easy sunny day protest this or occupy that…OK, as long as it does not interfere with the ball game

    Who? Me cynical?

    • Yes, I tend to agree, which is one of the reasons I stopped doing this blog and started doing a book. Your IP was so unfamiliar that I looked it up. My goodness, if you’re an expat, as I am, you have certainly gotten away from it all!

      Thanks for reading!

      Pete

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