Wise Government 01

“Few men have virtue to withstand the highest bidder.” G. Washington

Ceneters

Eeleat was emboldened when they discovered they could alter Scroll of Remembrance to increase Takses with very little resistance from Wethapepau.

But more was needed than an increase of Takses to subjugate Camonman. It was time for another step in Eeleat’s plan to dominate village life.

Debate continued until the means was agreed upon. Once agreed upon, it was decided upon. Once decided upon it was enacted. How would Eeleat subjugate Camonman? Change Scroll of Remembrance to put all but a little authority in Eeleat’s hut.

Old Chiefs had inscribed into Scroll of Remembrance these very words, “The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from each State, chosen by the Legislature thereof.” Since that time Huts elected Ceneters to protect them while Camonman elected Home-of-Reps to look out for their interests.

When Wethapepau was busy with other matters, Eeleat changed Scroll of Remembrance to say that Camonman, not Huts, would vote for Ceneters and that Huts would no longer have a voice in Meeting Hall. Of course, Ceneters were of the Eeleat tribe. And perchance if they were not, they were soon coerced to join Eeleat.

Big Biznes and Youins rapidly strengthened. In their own right, Big Biznes and Youins were neither good nor evil. But Big Biznes and Youins provided substantial favors to Ceneters who, just as intended, reciprocated through Takses to the detriment of Camonman and Wethapepau.

As Ceneters ignored Camonman and Wethapepau, the very ones who lived in their own Huts, discontent amplified all through the village.

Wethapepau sensed something was wrong. Camonman was working harder than ever to pay Takses.

But Eeleat was still working on Master Plan of Dominion. Great strides had been made in taking dominion over village life, but more was still needed.

About Mel Valkner

Mel Valkner CongressMelvin Valkner, CPA is a life-long resident of the Kalamazoo, Michigan area. After serving in the U.S. Army with tours in Vietnam and Germany, he attended Western Michigan University (WMU) graduating with the double majors of political science and philosophy. Returning to WMU for two more years of business and accounting classes he eventually became a CPA and tax professional.

Leaving public accounting he became a healthcare administrator, financial executive in manufacturing, education and service industries, entrepreneur and author. He is a former First Vice-Chairman of the U.S. Taxpayers Party of Michigan (USTPM.org), Michigan's affiliate of the national Constitution Party. He remains Chairman of the Kalamazoo County affiliate.