referendum to "reset" Trump's right to re-run in 2024 and 2028 --; wq DECRYPT - becoming human

Zenaan Harkness zen at
Tue Dec 29 19:48:25 PST 2020

On Tue, Dec 29, 2020 at 08:45:59PM -0600, \0xDynamite wrote:
> > > There is no government that is so perfect as to not allow some portion
> > > of monies and holdings to be petitionable and used by the People.
> >
> > Quite an interesting concept.
> >
> > Here and there, many utopian community attempts have been gifted land by a wealthy or land-holding benefactor, and such experiment in community begins again.
> >
> > They have (almost?) always failed - and from internal reasons, not "external govt clamp down", notwithstanding the Wacos...
> It's true, because none of them had as sophisticated set of principles
> and balance of power as the Constitution already.  I've adapted, in
> fact, the Constitution to this end at, which hopefully
> you can find, if interested.  Things like doubling the term if a
> person gets re-elected and reverting to the original term if they
> don't


The USA could get/give a reset to Trump (same as Putin), with a referendum, since Trump's first term was basically cock blocked the whole way.

Trump's right to run for presidency could simply be "reset" with a referendum.

> -- a self-organizing government that requires no oversight from
> above.
> marxos

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