Friday, October 16, 2020

Obras de la Asamblea del Año XIII

Aunque la Asamblea del Año XIII no llegó a redactar y aprobar una Constitución para las Provincias Unidas del Río de la Plata, este cuerpo legislativo realizó una amplia labor entre 1 de febrero hasta el 18 de noviembre de 1813. En este período de tiempo, los diputados trabajaron en forma intensa y con entusiasmo. Podemos resumir el trabajo de la Asamblea de la siguiente manera:

1) Reformas políticas- primeramente reglamentó las atribuciones y facultades del Segundo Triunvirato como así también el funcionamiento del mismo. Sin embargo, lo más importante de las reformas políticas que realizó fue la creación del cargo de Director Supremo, siendo el primero Gervasio Antonio de Posadas, y la de un Consejo de Estado. También resolvió someter a juicio de residencia a todos los gobernantes que hubieran actuado a partir de 1810; en el mismo Cornelio de Saavedra sería condenado al destierro por haber actuado en el motín del 5 y 6 de abril. También aprobó los símbolos patrios, como el Himno, la Bandera y el Escudo nacional.

2) Reformas económicas- La Asamblea ordenó acuñar en la ceca de Potosí (actual Bolivia) monedas de oro y plata, que eran iguales en peso y valor que los que circulaban en la época. Las mismas tendrían de un lado el sello de la Asamblea con la leyenda "Provincias Unidas del Río de la Plata", y en el reverso un sol y debajo del mismo"Unión y Libertad". En ese entonces Potosí estaba en mano de los patriotas gracias a la victoria de Belgrano en la batalla de Salta.

3) Reformas sociales- Decretó la libertad de vientres, según la cual los hijos de esclavos nacidos a partir del 31 de enero de 1813 pasaban a ser hombres libres. También consideró libre a todos los esclavos de países extranjeros por el solo hecho de ingresar en el territorio argentino.

4) Reformas militares- La Asamblea creó la Academia Militar, para la oficialidad, encomendando a Pedro Cerviño la redacción de los planes de estudios. También estableció el Instituto Médico Militar, nombrando como director a Cosme M. Algerich. Finalmente, dispuso que el cargo de brigadier general fuera el más alto rango militar.

Monday, October 12, 2020

The mask is a Chinese imposition

Wearing a mask is not only a Chinese imposition but it also symbolizes a suppression of our freedom of expression, which is a constitutional right, and the effacing of humanity. In the confirmation hearing procedure, Amey Coney Barrett wore a mask, which was a contradiction to what she had stated in her speech when she accepted the nomination, that a Justice must interpret and apply the law as written; and our first and fundamental law is the Constitution, which gave legal shape to the State of the American nation. Freedom of expressing our thoughts through written and oral language is an unalienable right established in the American Constitution.

In Sweden and Belarus nobody wears a mask, because their government members and judges are honest enough as not to "get influenced" by obscure foreign forces. Thus, they decided to remain sovereign nations and interpret and apply their laws as written. Putin and his ministers also do not wear masks, because Russia is a sovereign nation, too. What about the United States of America? Is it a sovereign nation or it is being influenced by foreign powers? It seems to me that American fear of germs constitute a hole through which the communist Chinese government exerts its influence on the American nation.

Communism has violated the sovereignty of free nations (video)

Saturday, October 10, 2020

What is at stake on November 3, 2020

November 3, 2020, will be a historical landmark, not only in the United States of America but also in the rest of the world, because that date will be a watershed, a great divide of two entirely different political and cultural views. On the one side, the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, symbolizes the "plandemic", the lockdown, sanitary serfdom, poverty, alienation, and the humanity-erasing mask. On the other side, the Republican Donald Trump, who embodies freedom, your constitutional rights, dignity and prosperity. To enslave the world population under a sanitary excuse you have to be a greedy tyrant. To guarantee freedom and prosperity, you only have to abide by the law, and the First and Fundamental Law is the Constitution, and in a Republic its the law that governs the nation.

On November 3, 2020, it will be your decision, your choice, which will determine your future and our future, and what kind of world your children and grandchildren will live in; an obscure medieval world, or a bright and prosperous one, where there is always hope and a personal project to concretize. Thus, the historical course mankind will take depends on you, the American citizens. I hope reason and common sense assist you when you personally attend the polling station to cast your vote.

The founding fathers of the United States not only were the emancipators of the American Nation but also the author of the American Constitution, which was written in 1787. What philosophical principles inspired them? They were scholars who had been greatly influenced by the 18th century Enlightenment. (video)

Saturday, October 3, 2020

Donald Trump medical briefing

Donald Trump's medical briefing of his health condition is just another theatrical representation of a President who caught a cold. How can he rely on the PCR test, when every serious medical doctors and scientists know it is not reliable at all. Thus, President Trump is either so mentally weak as to let himself be manipulated, or so Evil as to lie in such a way to mankind.

Meanwhile, the rest of the world are kept in captivity, in house confinement, because the irrational American fear of the germs (viruses, bacteria, protozoans) and their capacity to be manipulated. This is causing world-wide economic chaos and starvation.

The main requisite to be manipulated is to be ignorant. To be ignorant. And to be ignorant is to lack the real and concrete information, which you never find in mass media articles, interviews and videos. You have to get unplugged off the mass media socket, and start doing your own research.

Friday, October 2, 2020

Donald Trump and the PCR test

 The President of the United States, Donald Trump, tested positive for covid-19, just after his first debate and when he is in the middle of one of the most important electoral campaign in history, the result of which will determine the future of the Western Civilization. What can I tell you? Well, if he hadn't taken the PCR test, he wouldn't have caught covid-19; what a paradox. That's how simple it is, because the Polymerase Chain Reaction test is not specific, which means it is not precise. It only tells you that you tested positive for an RNA virus, and there are millions of them (H1N1, rhinovirus, coronaviruses, enteroviruses, paramyxoviruses, etc, etc). The PCR test only amplifies and measures 200 nucleotides from the 30,000 that make up the coronaviruses genus. The PCR test can confuse your own genetic material of a dead cell for a SARS CoV-2.

Then, the question is: isn't the President well advised and informed? Who is he listening to?

PCR Test is not reliable: a pseudo-scientific roulette

Why the antibodies tests don't work

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Amy Coney Barrett's speech after being nominated

 On September 26, 2020, President Donald Trump officially introduced to the public Judge Amy Coney Barrett as the Executive Power's nominee to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by former Justice Ruth Bader Grinsburg. After the introduction, she delivered a short speech, stating that former Justice Antonin Scalia had been her mentor and model when she was a young lawyer. What she learned from him is that a Judge or a Justice must always interpret and apply the Law as written, implying that political ideologies, religious doctrines, and other emotional subjectivity and prejudices must be set aside when making a judicial decision. A Justice is not a policy-maker, nor is he/she a lawmaker (legislator).

Written in 1787, the Constitution of the United States of America is a Fundamental Law because it created the Federal State and its legal scaffolding. But it is also a secular and rational Law, where the citizen's rights were established as it was written during the Enlightenment period. Being secular means that it is not tainted by political and religious doctrines and by the ideological biases of psychopathic tyrants. Thus, in order to guarantee that the American people's civil liberties are always protected, it must for eternity be interpreted and applied as written, which means objectively and for everybody.

The main job of the Supreme Court of the United States of America is to see that the US Constitution is abided by, because the American Magna Carta is the legal form and compass of the American Nation.



Saturday, September 26, 2020

Organización política y social europea de los siglos XVI y XVII

En los siglos XVI, XVII y XVIII (hasta la Revolución Francesa) la organización política y social de Europa se basaba en el absolutismo monárquico, la intolerancia religiosa y la profunda desigualdad social. Esta organización social, con privilegios nobiliarios y religiosos, se lo conoce en la historia como el Antiguo Régimen, al cual los filósofos del Iluminismo insistían con la necesidad de cambiarlo.

Resumiendo, los siguientes principios, considerados tradicionales, caracterizaron a la época:

a) Políticos: monarquía absoluta y despótica, la cual tenía la suma del poder y estaba basada en el derecho divino, que Dios concedía a los reyes para gobernar.

b) Sociales: había una acentuada desigualdad entre las clases privilegiadas (nobleza y clero) y los no privilegiados (burguesía, obreros y campesinos).

c) Religioso: el clero ejercía una autoridad absoluta sobre los fieles y una gran influencia en los reyes. No se toleraba que los súbditos profesasen una religión distinta a la del soberano. Esto era una forma de mantener la unidad religiosa del reino.

d) Económico: se empleaba el sistema mercantilista, que favorecía la exportación de los productos nacionales, oponiéndose al libre cambio, ya que se gravaba con elevados impuestos aduaneros los artículos de importación.

Como consecuencia de esta desigualdad social, en el siglo XVIII surgiría un intenso movimiento político-filosófico, conocido como el Iluminismo, el cual era una reacción (o antítesis) al Antiguo Régimen. En este movimiento intelectual, los filósofos y economistas trataron de resolver los problemas de aquella sociedad inspirados en la razón humana. Estos pensadores se oponían al poder absoluto del monarca, exigiendo la división del poder, como en la antigua República Romana, como así también el principio de igualdad ante la ley. Entre estos filósofos podemos mencionar a Juan Jacobo Rousseau, Voltaire, Montesquieu y al británico John Locke. Estos predicaron la libertad individual y la tolerancia política-religiosa.

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