Wise Government 36

Dear Mr. Jefferson,

“I think a general Government necessary for us, and there is no form of Government but what may be a blessing to the people if well administered, and believe farther that this is likely to be well administered for a course of years.” B. Franklin


Rapidly on the increase, Village Debt would be used to enslave and rule Camonman. Needed were added twists that would make it so forever. Debate raged on until the means was agreed upon. Once agreed upon, it was decided upon. Of course, once it was decided upon it was enacted. The fourth step was implemented.

Huts were forbidden to obey Scroll of Remembrance handed down by Old Chiefs which said, “No State shall...make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts.”

Eeleat said using Mettles slowed trade, making life more difficult. And because no one understood as much as Eeleat, so it was thought, trading with Mettles were put out of reach of Huts and Camonman who knew not that Eeleat brought Debt into the village. Interest on Debt was owed to Eeleat.

Eeleat assigned to Camonman the task of paying Village Interest knowing that Debt would never be paid. Therefore, Interest on Debt would be forever paid to Eeleat.

If Camonman refused to pay Interest, Eeleat forbid Camonman access to his Magic Numbers. With Mettles no longer a Tender in Payment of Debts, the warning of HolyOne came to pass that “no one could buy or sell unless he had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of his name.” Camonman could not buy food or clothes. He longed to exchange his Magic Numbers for Mettles like in the days of Old Chiefs.

Doomed, Camonman was being forced forever to pay Village Interest.

Camonman quarreled within their homes saying Mettles were not the answer to Interest, Debt and Beast Mark. Calls by any Camonman to bring back Mettles as before were ridiculed and looked upon with disdain.

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.