From the Publisher
Ihave long held that the purpose of government is to serve the needs of the people, not rule us. This notion that government should serve us rather than us serve it is embodied in the U.S. Constitution and the UN’S Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Only a few countries on this planet can be considered true democracies, and the U.S. is not one of them. Canada is more democratic than the U.S., but is a Constitutional Monarchy, has a deeply flawed political system and is owned and ultimately ruled by Queen Elizabeth II. It is not really a democracy but is a good delusion that most Canadians are happy with.
Many observe that the U.S. federal government no longer serves the needs of the people, frequently violates the U.S. Constitution, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and numerous national and international laws.
Some of those who study the impact of U.S. foreign policy would say that the U.S. is a rogue state that poses a serious threat to the rest of the world. Most of the world agrees with them.
There are those who claim that we should just shutup and vote, but that doesn’t really work when the candidates serve only those who seek to rule us.
Many believe that the democratic process in the United States at the federal level, and increasingly at the state level and in many large cities, is very broken and merely voting won’t fix it.
An increasing number of Americans are openly calling for revolution. A great number more are considering the idea in secret. But, is revolution really the answer and if so how would it work in an age of mass surveillance against an increasingly powerful and ruthless foe?
Can Americans regain control of their country and fix their government before it is too late?
I think about these things and hope that you will join us in our exploration of topics avoided by the mainstream media.
Tim Loncarich, Publisher, NAPC Founder & CEO