THE NORTH CAUCUS OF AMERICA - SOVEREIGNTY



7/20/08



IT IS THE PEOPLE, TO WHOM
ALL AUTHORITY BELONGS

[THE PEOPLE] ARE IN TRUTH
THE ONLY LEGITIMATE PROPRIETORS
OF THE SOIL
AND GOVERNMENT

T. Jefferson



I HAVE ALREADY OBSERVED
THAT, FROM THEIR ORIGIN,
THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE
PEOPLE WAS THE FUNDAMENTAL
PRINCIPAL OF THE GREATER
NUMBER OF THE BRITISH
COLONIES IN AMERICA

ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE





Greetings, student of the TRUTH about our nation:

His name is Dieter Dahmen. He is a nationalized German and a PATRIOT. There is no difference between him in the 20th century and many of the foreign nationals who saw the light at the end of the tunnel of hundreds of years of darkness and fought in the Revolutionary War for SOVEREIGNTY. Dahmen's father, a Nazi soldier who fought the Russians, saw the need for his family to go to the Americans, because when it came to cruelty, "they don't do that." You will read more about his passage to freedom in his essays.

Here are a few words from Mr. Dahmen:

"I was not born in this country. My mother tongue was Nazi. Yet I am, body and soul, American and if there were more parts to me, these would be American too. But for you to understand what it means to me to be American and how the Second Amendment has governed my life, I need to visit with you some of the more poignant moments of America's history."

Educators, particularly home-school parents, would be remiss if they did not use these essays as the foundation for a course on the true VALUE of the nation assembled by the Founding Fathers.



Dieter Dahmen has composed an incredible summary of what has happened to our "Great Republic." The essay follows below. If you have shut off "Activex" in your browser, you will not see the beautiful introductory graphics to lead you to his essay. You will only see where to click to read the essay. We do not blame you for being suspicious of Activex controls, so just scroll down to the button saying "For "Reflections" Click here."


For "Reflections" Click HERE!!




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