Monday, August 7, 2017


In the context of its primary purpose under the Social Contract our government failed a long time ago.  Government today exists to perpetuate itself and its abuses. The demise of our government and safety began with a simple bond case known as Texas v. White, wherein the U.S. Supreme Court abolished the Social Contract and the legal foundation for the Declaration of Independence.

The Social Contract is embedded in the Constitution, but a tyrannical Supreme Court void it.

"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States"

In Texas v. White they found the language of "to form a more perfect union" meant we the people no longer had the right to abolish a government which no longer serves the ends of the Social Contract.  

If there was ever a need for a constitutional amendment it is now, to reestablish the purpose of the Preamble of the Constitution, and the legal basis for the Declaration of Independence.

"The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America
When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation."

The major reason the people do not understand the Constitution and Declaration of Independence is what little is taught is taught in isolation without context.  Summarizing a national story and calling that blogging or journalism is worthless.  Without context stories have no meaning.

I can write for days on the failure of government, but today is about opioid .  It began with the doctors and a system which had no way of tracking how many prescriptions were being given out. Quite often opioid addiction begins with pain from an infection.  Three days of antibiotics will reduce the infection enough to kill the pain, but doctors will instead add an opioid pain killer instead of just telling the patient to wait three days.

A lot of pain begins with swelling.  Again the doctors push opioid instead of telling the patient to be patient and allow the anti inflammatory to kick in.

Then we had the system of doctors who would write endless prescriptions for pain killers because the patient demanded them.  The concept of pain management is a joke.  You cannot puncture the spine 20 times to manage the pain and not expect damage to the spinal cord.

Then we had the problem of no tracking. One patient could have 5 doctors writing the same painkiller opioid and no one knew.  Pain killers do nothing for me which I consider a blessing because it means I never ask for them.  Morphine has zero impact on me.  But then people like me who do not respond to any type pain killer keep on asking for more in hopes at some point the dosage will work and it does not.

Well we now have a tracking system which did nothing to curb the problem.  Chemists entered the drug trade and started to manufacture the opioid pain killers themselves for sale illegally.


While the chemists have now made a synthetic opioid a lot of it still comes from Afghanistan.  The US has the ability to wipe out in days the poppy fields in Afghanistan. The profits mostly go to the Taliban to kill us.  The opioid from the poppy make it into the US for the chemical war being wage on our communities.

It is great, the Taliban is using opioid production to raise the money to buy weapons to kill our troops and pay their troops, while exporting it to the US to kill our families and friends.   The Taliban is winning at both ends.  While Trump worries about a wall which will stop no one, he refuses to address the opioid epidemic because it will disrupt our policies in Afghanistan.

This is not complex.  Wipe out the fields in Afghanistan, and the farmers will be forced to accept our help for alternative crops.  But no, the fear is the farmers will turn to join the Taliban.  Fine, but we will have cut off a major source of their funding, and decreased the opioid epidemic in the US.

But I am no fool, the synthetic production of opioid will just increase in the US.  But fine we then us military force to take them down.  We also need laws which make life without parole the only sentence possible for the producer, not the distributor or user.  You take down the producers, and we have no distributors or users.


But none of this will happen because government no longer works to serve the people.


Until the Social Contract is restored, nothing will change.  But if they know a 60% vote by the people can dissolve Congress and the Presidency, you watch how government changes and changes fast.


Anonymous said...

So, lets see if I can sum this up. I have a semi-serious injury that brings me considerable pain. The pain will alleviate in a few days as the healing begins and the swelling goes down. I should just suck it up and endure the pain for the days it takes to go away and I should do this even though there are plenty of medications that will relieve the pain and allow me to be productive without any long term consequences if I just take the meds for the few days it takes for the injury to begin to improve. Is this what you are saying? And I should do this because you claim pain killer don't benefit you and because you get no relief I shouldn't have any either? Even though clearly you have searched for pain relief through the use of narcotics otherwise you would not be able to claim they do not work on you. Looks a lot like a case of you experience pain so I should too.

BobbyWC said...

There is no reality to your post and my post. The theme is the Social Contract, which I prefer to think as a Trust. I used the opioid issue as an example. I limited my discussion to opioids and did not include all pain killers such as you claim. Your claim is just false. A lot of people can use extra strength Tylenol to get through those first couple of days. I said nothing about Tylenol because that was not the example I was using. But if you watch TV you are seeing the government warnings against the use of Tylenol and liver damage.

So if you are saying only opioids kill your pain then I feel sorry for your. Opioids are highly addictive and only should be used in the most serious cases and not lightly.

I never said because pain killers do not work on me no one else should use them. Just another lie by you. I made a point I can live with the pain since pain killers do not work on me.

And your point I have sought out painkillers is just false. After a surgery doctors send you home with a presiption for some type pain killers. The best doctors put you on extra strength Tylenol for a few days. That may change soon enough as the lawsuits and liver damage follow. After my second gallbladder surgery the surgeon offered me a list of pain killers to choose from - I said no - I will deal with it. That has maybe been a year and a half and I deal with the pain every day. It was complex because of organ displacement and having been adhered to the liver. No one knows the source of the pain, so I live with it.

Bobby WC

I never said because I can go a few days without pain killers you should also be able to. I limited the comment to myself.

Also I limited my discussion to the use of pain killers for infection or inflammation. I said nothing about other sorts of pain.

Trust me I have suffered three days with an absessed touth for three days until the antibiotics kick in. Suffering is not for everyone. But if you have a doctor recommending an opioid do not be surprised if you keep on demanding them for months.

Bobby WC