Wise Government 38

Dear Mr. Madison,

“We are in danger of being overwhelmed with irredeemable paper, mere paper, representing not gold nor silver; no sir, representing nothing but broken promises, bad faith, bankrupt corporations, cheated creditors and a ruined people.” D. Webster

Huts

Glitches in Eeleat’s grand plan of command and control were few. In fact, proceedings could not have been better even if the Grand Master himself oversaw the proceedings. Huts were becoming a laughingstock. Acting like they had power as in the Old Days, they bristled and blustered. But once Huts no longer elected Ceneters the clout of Huts swiftly dissipated.

Oh sure, Huts often quoted the Scroll of Remembrance where the inscription read, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

Eeleat grew tired of the constant bickering and determined to end it once for all. Debate went on until the means was agreed upon. Once agreed upon, it was decided upon. Once it was decided upon it was enacted. The fifth step was gradually and gracefully put into practice. It was almost too good to be true: Eeleat merely ignored Huts.

What did it matter anyways? Eeleat had almost completely infiltrated into the leadership ranks of every Hut. A majority of the black-robed Eeleat had nothing but derision for the Aged Argument that Scroll of Remembrance would serve the lesser scrolls of Huts and scoffed at it. Huts were simply no match for the mandates of Eeleat.

As luck would have it (for Eeleat) a young man arose fittingly named Rongwai. He preferred the company of Eeleat rather than Camonman. He fancied himself as leader of Eeleat. But in reality he was naïve, for Eeleat’s deception was not of this world. Secret counsel and Spell of Trance were given to Rongwai. He enjoyed Spell of Trance and, utilizing it often, became proficient in its use.

Spell of Trance put Camonman to sleep even when awake. With guidance from Eeleat, Rongwai sought opportunities to say one thing and do another all in the plain view of the people. This was quite obvious and yet agreeable to all. No one could speak good or bad for it was uncertain what they had really seen, for they were asleep even when awake.

Rongwai and Spell of Trance proliferated Debt and Interest throughout the village. Huts depended on Eeleat for almost everything. Events were moving swiftly. The time arrived for Eeleat to implement the sixth step in their means to rule over Camonman.

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.