These are the first two pages of an 11page lesson on the Constitution. Students get this lesson and many others when they enroll.
COLOR OF LAW
COLORING the CONSTITUTION
THE CONSTITUTION IN LIVING COLOR
No one will dispute this fact: This Constitution was written in a secret Constitutional Convention. No attempt was ever made to discover all the secrets of the Constitution until now. The Constitutional Coloring Book will allow you to see what has been hidden within the Constitution for more than 220 years. The application of a little color will magically draw out every secret that has been buried in this venerable document. The truth will finally come out—drawn out by you.
Here are just a few secrets that will be revealed to you:
· There are no less than 5 Presidents in the Constitution.
· The President Elect has never taken the proper oath to the Office of President.
· No President has ever taken an oath to support the written Constitution.
· The President elected by the Electors appoints the President of the United States.
· George Washington established the precedent of appointing himself to be President of the United States.
· The Commander in Chief in this Constitution is not the President of the United States.
· The Chief Justice is not a Judicial Officer.
· The legislative power of Congress is limited Washington, D. C., federal territory and the possessions of the United States of America.
· The United States Supreme Court is not a Judicial Court.
· Washington, D. C. and Puerto Rico are considered to be States of the Union.
All you know about the Constitution is what you have been told and what you have been told is all wrong. Government is broken and can’t be fixed because no one knows what the government law that put it together really is. We can all agree that unconstitutional laws are void—what can be done with an unconstitutional Constitution?
George Washington appointed himself President of the United States by taking the oath of Office of President of the United States. In that oath Washington promised to “preserve, protect and defend” the Constitution of the United States. George Washington presided over the Constitutional Convention, so we can be sure that he knew “preserve, protect and defend” does not mean “to support.” The Article VI oath “to support this Constitution” means to adopt “this Constitution,” and no President of the United States or member of Congress has ever taken an oath “to support this Constitution.” An unconstitutional Constitution is a constitution that is not “this Constitution.”
The Constitution of the United States is an inventory of the territory and other property belonging to the United States of America. The Constitution of the United States is simply an unconstitutional Constitution, because it is not “this Constitution.”
Your ability to read is all that will survive a year after you end your formal education. Unless you have been trained to be a mathematician, scientist or engineer, how you think will depend on what you see and what you listen to. George Washington made it impossible for most people to see the Office of President, Office of President of the United States and President of the United States of America as three different Offices. All education in America perpetuates the melding of the Presidents into one man and as a consequence written law has been perverted into what the judiciary says it is.
Because you have learned to read the way government wants you to read, the folklore of the Constitution persists as written slogans. The phrase: “the supreme Law of the Land” is repeated everywhere until the Constitution is believed to be the law above all law everywhere. The Constitution, as black letter law, is the supreme law for government and the land government can govern but it isn’t law for people and the land they own. The Constitution binds the States of the Union, but it isn’t the law for the President of the United States and the Congress, because not one person in government has ever sworn an oath “to support this Constitution,” as required in Article VI of the Constitution.
Written law must be reserved for the exclusive use of government, so it is written with substantial limitations as to persons and most important—territory. Government makes written laws for those who consent to be governed. The government secret? You don’t have to consent to be governed. You can govern yourself—you can preside over your own life and be your own President.
Reading in black and white and being told what you have read is over. The Constitution is about to get a color makeover and you are going to apply the colors.
You are, now, going to learn how to read and understand the correct and original intent of the Constitution by the application of a little living color. The most important fact you will learn about the Constitution is that it is not about you nor is it about any place where you will likely live.
The Constitution adds some embellishments to two existing governments: First, a government for the Land of the inhabitants and settlers of the Northwest Territory and any future federal territory and Second, an expansion of the government of the States under the Articles of Confederation.