Wise Government 12

Dear Mr. Jay, “We may, with a kind of grateful and pious exultation, trace the finger of Providence through those dark and mysterious events which first induced the states to appoint a general convention...thereby...laying a lasting foundation for tranquility and happiness, when...confusion and misery were coming rapidly upon us.” G. Washington

Traads

The honorable ones of the village, also known as Camonman, humbly plied their Traads with stunning skill. They made the most difficult tasks look easy. Everyone marveled at the quality and creativeness of their work. They asked for nothing more than respect and a fair wage for their labor – and the Liberty to do it as they saw fit.

An Old Chief astutely spoke that Liberty meant, “to guarantee to everyone a free exercise of his industry and the fruits acquired by it.” The whole of Old Chiefs had inscribed into Scroll of Remembrance the ability to levy Duties on products coming into Village of Ataboi. Duties ensured that Camonman's Traads would flourish forever and forbid his wage from acting like water and sinking to the lowest level.


The result was truly nothing less than amazing. Anything you could possibly desire was made by Camonman. The surrounding villages had little bread to eat but the shelves in the food huts of Village of Ataboi were lined with a myriad of delicacies. Curious inventions made life easier.

Sadly, from the lowest to the highest they forgot to read and understand the Scroll of Remembrance. Only they could perform with integrity the task assigned to them. They mistakenly believed that just anyone could do their occupation, and that it would be performed with the same love and devotion that they employed. Simply, this was not true.

Now things were different. Poverty was widespread. And Eeleat took every opportunity to make life complicated and difficult for Camonman. Eeleat’s domination was not yet complete. More had to be done.

Debate continued until the means was agreed upon. Once agreed upon, it was decided upon. Once decided upon it was enacted. Eeleat’s sixth step in Eight-Step Master Plan of Dominance was to destroy Encentev.

Eeleat called out loudly in the village streets, “Those who have Encentev are greedy.” Takses were becoming unbearable, for Eeleat put Takses on every act of Encentev in violation of Scroll of Remembrance. Camonman had little left for his own needs and that of his family. Huts used to protect him, but could no longer do so after Day of Mandates.

While there was much work to be done, there were no jobs. How did this happen? So much had changed. Camonman was unable to prosper like the days of old. Camonman could barely get out of bed in the morning. Scorn for Encentev was rampant. Everything seemed so hopeless.

Camonman was crushed and joy, for him, was rare in Village of Ataboi.

For his part, Eeleat spent much of the day in luxury eating the finest foods and gaining many servants. Eeleat was now firmly in control and very, very happy. Actually he was ecstatic. It was time for another step in the road to Master Plan of Dominion.

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.