A Vision for The Fourth Branch - The Moral Branch
We're not there yet, but with a growing number of signatures, we're essentially building a fourth branch.
As our numbers, our signatures, increase, this "branch", this body of people will help empower people to pass legislation, influence the courts, and ultimately pass the amendments.
More importantly, the Fourth Branch, the Moral Branch, ups the anti. It says that if you're going to take away rights from the masses, you, those in power and control have to give up some of your goodies too.
We don't have to wait for the government to bless this new fourth branch because we will be creating it by coming together virtually, through the Internet, in large numbers around the amendments.
The amendments become a statement and a request made by a body of people: The Fourth Branch.
The Fourth Branch acts to check those in power because they've trampled on our rights and abused their power. They've not been a government of, by, and for the people. They've become totalitarian-like and against the people in many ways: We know they cheat, steal, lie, murder, and create wars with other countries. If the Government/Corporatism was a person, that person would be in jail for life. Immoral to the core.
The Fourth Branch of Government
A Moral Branch.
The moral branch of government shall be comprised of a body of 10,000 leaders.
The moral branch of government shall be vested with the following authority.
It shall have the power to override an Act of Congress by a three-quarters vote.
It shall have the power to override an Executive Order by a three-quarters vote.
The moral branch of government shall be comprised of religious and ethical leaders, of individuals with assets less than one million dollars, or annual incomes of less than $100,000 per year, on average for five out of the ten years prior to serving.
The Moral body, of 10,000 individuals, shall elect one individual each year to serve on the Cabinet of the Executive Branch. Such Cabinet official shall be included in all Cabinet meetings.
The Moral body, of 10,000 individuals, shall elect two individuals each year to serve on the Supreme Court for a term of one year, and such individuals shall be entitled to vote on all cases before it in their term.
Why a Fourth Branch?
When CEOs and billionaires become "Kings" and their opinions become decisions and mandates for the masses, we must right the wrongs.
This is the individual we're fighting.
We only have numbers. We don't have dollars.
Either we use our hands to click the button or his dollars win.
With four new amendments relevant to our modern-day, we forge a realizable goal for righting the atrocities currently taking place.
Are billionaires the problem?
DO WE NEED TO FIGHT BILL GATES?
Who's funding the vaccine? Bill Gates. Among others.
Who's funding the microchip implant? Bill Gates. Among others.
Now, there is no credible evidence establishing that the two, vaccines and microchip implants, have any relationship to each other - yes, they're both intended to go inside your body, and yes, the mRNA vaccine does affect the coding of your RNA, or your body, and we all know coding and microchips go together, but no, not here.
See, even Bill Gates has it bad.
Awww, even he's just like us.
Here's the point.
He lives like a King - what's the saying, "If it looks like a King, swims like a King and quacks like a King, then it probably is a King."
The only way to rein in a King is with the voice and vote of the people.
* Subject to democratic rule by referenda
A counter to our existing fourth branch
There is already a fourth branch, the press, and possibly other entities. However, we, the people, can become a real fourth branch, with powers to be vested by the Constitution. In the interim, we have the power to form ourselves informally into the fourth branch.
This isn't just about Bill Gates. This is about the dangers of Corporatism.
“The biggest threat to American democracy is corporate power,” Kennedy told us. “There is vogue in the White House to talk about the threat of big government. But since the beginning of our national history, our most visionary political leaders have warned the American public against the domination of government by corporate power. That warning is missing in the national debate right now. Because so much corporate money is going into politics, the Democratic Party itself has dropped the ball. They just quash discussion about the corrosive impact of excessive corporate power on American democracy.”
~ Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
"If you only ever read media coverage of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, you would assume everybody loves it.
In contrast to the scrutiny of, say, the Koch brothers' philanthropy, the Gateses' foray into global public health attracts mostly uncritical adulation. A sample headline: "Bill and Melinda Gates the most generous humans ever."
So it's surprising to wade into academic journals and find that many political scientists and development scholars are actually quite skeptical about the Gates Foundation's outsize impact on global health. In numerous papers over the past decade, researchers have raised concerns about the foundation's lack of transparency, its veto power over other global health institutions, and its spending priorities. Some experts worry that the Gateses’ health philanthropy has become too big to scrutinize.
To be sure, plenty of experts think the Gates Foundation does important work in fighting neglected diseases and boosting vaccinate rates in children. The foundation has taken private funding for global health to an unprecedented level, giving away more than $30 billion with an emphasis on data-driven decision-making. Bill and Melinda have also been applauded for encouraging others in their position to do the same.
But precisely because the private organization is so large and influential, some researchers say, critical analysis is so much more important."