What is a Sovereign Body? It may come as a surprise to Americans to learn there is more than one political class in this nation, and most have no clue. To be precise, there are exactly two. There is the superior one which existed before the US Constitution was adopted and the inferior one which was fabricated afterward. The original political status is what Original-Americans enjoyed prior to our republic, and still do today.
The term ‘inferior’ is used to convey the lesser status in that it does not possess, nor bestow the same authority as the original. It did not come about by the mandate of those with the power to sanction such but was a sloppy attempt at power brokering to support a political agenda; an imposter, masquerading as the original. This second political class has cheapened, distorted, and degraded the entire idea of the sanctity of nationhood. It bestows virtually no power on the individual, only a false sense of entitlement.
The US Constitution was the mechanism by which the inferior class was contrived with the help of a little statecraft. Ironically, the superior political status called a ‘sovereign American’ is still enjoyed by a majority of us, but due to the massaging of the population through various programming for many decades, we are not really aware such exists. Indeed, the other one gets all the attention. To understand why, we need some background.
Like us, the founders of the Republic found themselves in a no-win situation. They also understood a profound and powerful principle and wrote about it in their manifesto… their declaration:
“…That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of 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…” — Declaration of Indepen..