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1. The Presidency.

The fundamental reason for any president is to effectively lead and govern. Currently it is practically impossible to function because the losing side is standing by to undermine and destroy the winner, ignoring the will of the people, the democratic process and the Constitution.

2. The Supreme Court.

Elevates money above people, so the rule of the people is undermined, nullified. The Court is saying that “Money is God," that is what we have to like, this is what we have to worship. Who can argue with the Supreme Court, which has the ultimate power and has the final word?

Is this necessarily the “last word”? How can this devastating Supreme Court decision be overturned? Does the Supreme Court have dictatorial power?

As I understand the Constitution: We the people have the ultimate power, as it should be. But do we? The people’s representatives are the elected Congress, which has the power and the responsibility to guard and protect people against the abuse of power.

The Congress has the power to question and mitigate the overreaching Supreme Court, which elevates money and wealth above the American people.

Congress does not act to protect the people, but they are representing and protecting money, the 1 percent.

The elected people are thriving on money, and addicted to power above all.

3. The Congress.

The People’s house, or is it?

In the center of the power struggle, influence peddling, constant disorder, lots of useless, repetitive dialogue. No action, no accomplishment. This is all in the name and interest of the American people.

How dense do these people think we are?

4. The media.

The media has the attitude and the arrogance to assume that everything that happens in the world is fair game to abuse, imply, assume, exploit to the smallest intimate and irrelevant details.

The media is duplicitous. The fake media. Misleading and destructive, divisive.

The media abuses its power, its privileged position, 24\7 with repetitive, misleading dialogue. And they are proud of it.

5. The invisible warlords.

On the top of the heap are the invisible warlords. They are pulling the strings, jerking the chain.

These five are on the edge of treason.

Ferenc Brunner

St. Helena