However, there are many safety-related matters to attend to that require time, thought and practice in order to master. So, as we begin our skill development, you'll notice two things: we will always emphasize the gradual approach and we strive to insure safety through good judgement.
In fact, these two items will be a recurrent theme throughout all the practical skill development in this book.
It is our goal to make them your guiding principle throughout your entire flying experience. The first part of practical flying is taking a glider out of its carrying bag and open- ing it out properly. In training, as in later flight, you normally lay the canopy out in position to launch, so here we'll learn the proper laying out practice.
In addition. Your Goal: To learn to properly open and stow a glider as well as lay it detangle lines and preflight it. I Spreading Your Wings The first thing we do at a training site or flying hill is check the wind. Oncewe're satisfied it's fine not too strong, not too gusty, not too cross we locate a clear place to lay out our canopy with the correct orientation.
Upright sticks weeds or oversized rocks are problems because they don't allow the canopy to flat and may snag lines or fabric when you attempt to pull the wing up. When you begin, you may not,be able to judge how much space you need to spread your wing, so normally your instructor will help you. Now open up the pack and pull out the canopy. The harness may be separate.
If it's separate, set it aside. Place the canopy. The leading edge should be placed at the furthest downwind point in the. You can identity the leading edge because it has the cell openings and.
Unfold the long bundle as shown and make sure the cigar-shaped package is oriented perfectly parallel to the wind. Next roll out one wing and then the other. From the figure you can see that the canopy is lying on its back the upper surface with the trailing edge upwind. This is the proper launch position. Once the wings are spread-eagled on the ground, double-check to make sure the leading edge is furthest downwind the direction away from your intended heading and the trailing edge is upwind or facing the launch direction.
You'll probably only make the mistake of opening up backwards once-it's embarrass- ing! This orientation will allow you to pull the canopy up and move into the wind.
If the harness is still attached, gen- tly lift it off and detangle any lines hooked on the harness protrusions. Walk the harness away from the canopy in the upwind direction until the lines are almost fully extended. If the harness is separate from the rest of the glider, locate the ris- ers, lift them gently and extend them upwind nearly full length of the lines one at a time.
Before we can proceed we must make sure all the lines are in proper order and not entangled. Several things can occur during the packing and unpacking. The lines may entangle amongst themselves remember those fishing reel snarls when you were a kid or they may catch up on part of the harness.
If the harness is removed the risers may twist or loop through some of the lines. The way to correct the above problems is to perform a line check. The simplest way to do this check is to stand facing the canopy with the risers of one side in your hand with the harness attached, let it dangle.
Move toward the canopy if necessary so you have enough slack and lift the A riser as shown in figure How do you know what the A riser is? It's the one attached to the lines going to the canopy's leading edge.
Since the leading edge is furthest away from you, the A lines will be the tightest. Also note that often the A riser will be identified by a color patch sewn on it near the quick link. Although some gliders have color-coded lines, it is important for you to learn to sort out the risers by their relationships to one another whether they are slack, under tension or overhead. Finding the correct riser without having to look at it is an important skill, much like reaching for the stick shift of your car without look- ing.
Begin learning this skill at once by thinking correctly about riser relation- ships: the A's in front, the rears in back and the rest in between. First lift the A riser and check to make sure there are no twists or entanglement in the A lines. Occasionally some of the other lines may be looped over the As and be held in a sort of slip knot. Shake the A lines to try to remove any entan- glement.
If the knot doesn't shake out, lay the risers and lines on the ground and walk in to undo the knot by hand. Be careful--don't step on the lines! Once the A lines are worry-free, lift all the risers and pull the control lines out from the bottom and to the side as shown in figure Shake all the lines ifneces.
Note A riser on top. A lines are at the leading edge with D lines near the trailing edge. Hold riser bundle and pull control lines to the side to clear. Again, if any unshakable snags Under Your Wing - The Changelings (3) - World Full Of Secrets (CD), set things down lilld go fix them by hand. Now repeat the process with the other side. In the process of clearing the A lines, you should look at the other lines and check to see that they are generally clear. If major knotting occurred in the Ns, chances are there are knots in the others as well.
You can check them by holding each riser up with the A riser, one after another. You can even put a checked riser over your head to hold it while you go on the check the next one. The most serious problem occurs when the risers are packed free from the har- ness and they loop through some lines.
The result is some lines or risers are twist- ed and some may not be. The whole problem can be confusing until you learn the simple technique:. Put riser end through risers that are twisted in opposite directions. Figure Untwisting Lines and Risers. Preventing twisted lines by stowing them carefully is the best policy see our later discussion. If you think for a moment, you'll see that the horseshoe shape mimics the arced shape of the canopy in flight.
If you were to lay the canopy straight on the ground, the suspension lines at the tips would be tighter than those in the center. Make sure lines are clear at the tip. Now move to the leading edge of the canopy and pull it downwind away from the harness 2 to 3 feet. Move out either side of the center and pull the canopy back a little to make a nice rounded horseshoe shape.
The tips should stay where they were originally. While horseshoeing the canopy, make sure you don't cause a lineover see Preflight below. Also, try to leave the center section of the leading edge standing up a bit see Building a Wall under the heading Reverse Launches later in this chapter. However, we will discuss it here because you may be practicing with a glider in ground school first, and at this point the arrangement of the canopy is fresh in your mind.
When you are ready to put your glider away, lay it out on its back lower sur- face up with the long axis of the canopy parallel to any significant wind as shown in figure Next you must place all the lines on your canopy as shown. The eas- iest way to do this is to grab the riser bundle and whip the lines up on the canopy with a gentle motion. Often parts ofthe lines remain beyond the canopy edge, so.
Begin with upwind side first so the rolled side holds the down- wind side in place. Push air out as you proceed, but do not put weight on leading Both sides rolled or edge Mylar. Make first fold about height of carry sack. Try not to create too tight a wad lines, for they will all be folded or rolled in the next steps. Note: On older pilots would braid the lines to keep them from tangling. This procedure is advised with the new stiff lines for excess flexing can reduce their life.
Now place the risers if separated from the harness or harness near the edge of the canopy as shown in figure Hint: With the harness attached, it just to one side of the centerline since we'll be folding the canopy along the terline. If the risers are separate, let them protrude beyond the trailing edge shown in method 2. Keep them separate and straight to prevent line twists.
Now pack up the canopy. There are two recommended methods: rolling it folding it. Start by folding the stabilizer tip in an.
Folding consists of taking the tip and walking it to the center ofthe canopy. In windy conditions you can tuck the tip of the second side under the first side roll so it doesn't blow around. Which method should you use? Rolling keeps the lines from sliding around in the packing process better than folding. It is also perhaps a bit easier to do when alone.
Folding is usually faster. Some canopies with leading edge stiffeners may suffer less bending when rolled as opposed to folded. Follow your instructor's or owner's manual's guidance in this matter. The next step is to fold one side over the other as shown in figure Finally fold the long bundle from the trailing edge to the leading edge in lengths that are equal to the desired finish length this is largely determined by the pack or bag length and is typ- ically 2 to 2Y2 feet 60 to 75 em.
Always fold from the trailing edge to the leading edge so the air can escape the canopy interior. As you make these last folds, smooth out the bundle and press it down to evacuate trapped air or you will end up with too big a bun- dle but don't crush the leading edge Mylar. If the harness is separated from the risers we suggest putting it in the carrying pack firSt so it somewhat protects the canopy. Reverse inflating involves facing the canopy with your back to the wind as you inflate it.
The benefit is that you can watch the canopy throughout the entire infla- tion process and can float it above you before you attempt a launch. This view allows you to check for a good inflation-no line snags, no sticks and no folds- before committing to the air. Even though we teach preach looking up to check the canopy during a forward launch it is difficult to assess and correct problems while you are running.
Thus, with a forward inflation it is almost always neces- sary to abort the run when a malfunction is detected, especially on a steep slope. The drawback of a reverse inflation is that you must turn around at some point while maintaining control. However, despite this drawback, we recommend that.
Your Goal: To learn how to prepare your glider and your positioning for inflat- ing and later launching from the reverse position. Pilot on the right performs a reverse inflation. The pilot on the left has inflated and turned to face forward. I Putting on the Harness Climbing into the harness seems like a no-brainer, but there is at least important point to make.
Start this good habit now and keep it throughout your flying Figure shows the general steps to putting on the harness. They are: der straps, leg straps, then chest strap. These items may be confusing if you haven't used them before. Start with one side first, then pull the entire smaller rec. Removing these buckles is the reverse procedure: pull some slack. Make a tightness adjustment on the strap if necessary. Leg straps should be barely snug or a bit looser. You should feel com- fortable for running.
The chest strap should be adjusted so that the strap is tight when the upright straps that hold the carabiner loops are straight not pulled in. Chest strap adjustment affects control and stabili- ty, and we cover it in Chapter 9. Put anns through the shoulder straps. Before you can begin, it is necessary to make a life decision: which way will you be turning to face forward and launch once the canopy is inflated above you?
The turn direction you use determines how the risers are rout- ed to the harness. We called it a life decision only half in jest because whichever way you learn is the way you should use throughout your flying career. The turn- around must be an automatic process that you do the same way every time. We'll make the decision for you. If you are right-handed, always turn toward the left counterclockwise when viewed from above when you start from the reverse position and are rotating to face away from the canopy to begin your run.
Figure Conversely, left-handed pilots should turn right out of the reverse position Right-Handed clockwise when viewed from above as figure shows. Riser Arrangement The reason for this right or left-handed bias is because later, if you learn to be a tandem pilot, you must turn to face the canopy and must rotate so a side-mounted parachute doesn't brush your tandem pas- senger.
Since a 'chute should be mounted on the side of the dominant hand, a right hander will have the 'chute on the right and his or her left side will be next to the pas- senger as the turn is completed to the left. Simple logic, isn't it? Now here are the steps for attaching the risers properly so everything is magically untangled when the canopy inflates above you and you turn forward to launch. We deal first with right-handers, then left-ban- ders for simplicity. The illustration shows that the riser array.
The other riser array routes the pilot's right side and is on the bottom. If you think of the canopy lifting you, then turning left to face forward, this all makes sense. There is one more thing you must do to the risers before hooking them to harness. Now we'll walk you through the process step by step. Once your harness is on, stand facing the canopy with the risers laid out neat- ly at your feet.
The A risers should be on top as shown in figure Attach it to the harness by looping it through the carabin- er on your right side see Carabiner Hookup below. If you have any doubt as Figure to how the risers should orient, remember the poetic phrase: Right-Handed The A s are away, the rears are near.
Riser Hookup. Take the riser on the left side, give it a half twist to the left counterclockwise and attach it to the cara- biner on your right side.
Attach them to your harness at the left carabiner 4. Finally, in the future if you have a speed system to hook up, route the speed rope to the A riser that is on its same side left speed rope on the left side riser in the most direct manner no twists or wraps around any other riser or line as shown.
Hook the rope to the link provided on the A riser. Note: With a front mounted parachute the speed rope must route behind the parachute bridle. Left-handed reverse attachment - This process is the mirror image of the right- handed one. Figure 4-l 0 shows the overall look and the steps. In this case, the riser array on your left side coming from the canopy's right half is routed over the one coming from your right side.
The top array goes to your right carabiner and the bottom array goes to your left. This time it is to the right clockwise. Here's a stepwise account: Figure Left-Handed 1. Start with the risers placed at your feet and the A risers on top.
Now attach. Take the riser on the right side, give it a half twist to the right clockwise and attach it to the carabiner on your left side.
Carabiner The A risers on bottom or front when placed on carabiner. Now attach it to the right carabiner. If you have a speed system hookup, route the speed rope to the A riser that is on its same side left speed rope on the left side riser in the most direct manner no twistsor wraps around any other riser or line-see parachute bridle note on page When you are attaching your risers, it is important to take a step or two forward : to provide slack in the A lines so you don't distort the canopy from its nice layout.
In general, carabiners are oriented at an angle when viewed from above as shown not fore-and-aft or side-to-side. The riser loop should be put on the carabiner so the A riser is forward and to the outside away as shown. The rear riser is to the rearward and inside near. Once you have hooked the risers on the carabiners, check to make sure the carabiner gates are locked and the risers have one half twist in them from cara- biner to canopy.
To do this riser check, reach forward to straighten the lines and ,note the twist in the riser group. Check the left and right groups separately. One type has a little lever that must be pressed to open the gate as shown in figure Another type shown in the figure has a rotating spring lock.
Rotate the cylinder and pull it down to open as we illustrate. Both of these types lock themselves when the gate is released. There is some disagreement as to how the carabiners should be oriented. For tow- ing they should have the gates facing rearward. However, normally the gates face for- ward although some pilots tum them around to avoid catching lines or other bits of equipment.
Don't change the orientation on your training harness and do not remove the carabiner from the harness in normal use, only detach the risers if necessary. Figure Carabiner Types. From this point on you should incorporate it into your layout and launch routine. A preflight check con- sists of checking all vital parts of the glider for integrity.
The purpose of a pre- flight check is to inspect for wear and damage to your glider as well as to make sure you have completed all the necessary steps in preparing it for flight. We'll first describe a preflight check and then include a checklist which you can copy to use. The harness itself should be checked before you put it on so you can see the webbing and parachute.
Once it is on it should be checked again for proper hookup to the risers, leg straps, chest straps, etc. We suggest starting a pre- flight at the harness, continuing with the lines, then moving to the canopy. Change your routine from time to time so you don't become bored and inattentive. The 'igure schematic in figure shows the main checkpoints.
Now let's do a preflight. Are they in good shape and adjust- ed properly? Make sure there are no cuts or abrasions. At the same time check all buckles and connections. Check the general condition of the seat and cloth area that holds everything together. Next check the carabiners. Are they locked? Check to make sure the risers are properly attached at the cara- biners. Now check the risers to make sure they are not twisted and they have suffered no cuts or abrasions.
Finally, check all the quick links at the top of the risers to make sure that they are closed they should be pro- tected with a rubber or plastic cover to keep the lines and risers oriented properly. At the same time, check the suspension line loops at the quick links to make sure they aren't worn.
Check to make sure the bundle looks normal. Double-check to make sure the closure pins are in place and the handle is secured to its Velcro in the proper position. Check the routing of the bridle. Instructor Dixon White shows a student 3 The Lines- A preflight is not normally the place proper reverse inflation positioning. However, we should run our eye up all the lines and check for kinks, knots and twists.
This check can actually be part of your line clearing, but be aware that you may be preoccupied with straight- ening the lines and not be inspecting them carefully. We suggest inspecting each riser's lines in tum after you have straightened them. Be especially on the look- out for frays, for it means that the outer coating is damaged and the inner struc- tural part may be as well. Kinks are also serious matters, for it can mean that the inner line is damaged.
You should replace any line that has obvious damage before you fly. The control lines demand special attention. That's because if one ofthese lines develops a problem in flight, control is compromised. Check to make sure they are clear, of course, but also inspect them for damage. The obvious place for wear is where they pass through the pulley or ring at the rear riser.
Check this point and the pulley for proper operation. Finally, check the toggle and especially its knot. It should have several knots to make sure it does not come untied.
The stiff cord used does not hold knots well, so this check is especially important. Finally, make sure that no sticks or weeds are entangling the lines. Pilots fondly call such sticks "death sticks," which is an over-dramatization, but you get the point.
Perhaps the best time to inspect it is when you are opening it up or folding it. However, again you may be distracted in these procedures, so a complete walk around to look at the canopy is advised. The only way to check the top sur. Look especially for small tears, pulled threads, separated sewing and signs of abrasion damage.
Also, check inside the canopy to make sure there isn't heavy debris like small stones inside the canopy which can stall the wing. These items typically migrate to the trailing edge and you'll have to lift the trailing edge up and shake them to the front to get them out.
Finally, check to make sure that there isn't a line over one the wing tips known as a lineover. This problem is shown in figure Nonnally you should catch this when you do the line checks, but a double-check is warranted for you would have a fouled canopy if you tried to launch with such an arrangement.
Now your glider is ready to fly. If any potential damage occurs between pre- flight and launch-such as stepping on the lines or snagging the canopy-pause to reinspect the areas of concern. Don't forget your helmet. Check it for cracks and a secure chin strap which includes the buckle. Also make sure it's adjusted properly-loose helmets are unsafe. Copy this checklist and use it until you have memorized all the steps to a thor- ough preflight.
Your instructor will choose the site and conditions for your first prac- tice. Generally, you will start on flat ground with a light, gentle wind ideally 5 mph or 8 kmlh. The flat keeps you from getting airborne and the wind helps raise the canopy.
Of course, it is sometimes hard to find the perfect training situation, so a slight slope in calm winds can substitute for the ideal conditions.
If winds are more than light, your instructor may assist you by tugging your harness. The first thing you must do is grasp the controls and the A risers properly. Starting from the reverse position you learned before, let each riser dangle with the rear riser upward as shown in figure The weight of the risers will hold them apart and the lines will be crossed further forward.
In this bird-eye view we show both the right-handed and left-handed version. Now grab the control toggles on each riser group with the hand on the same side as the riser group.
You may be able to pop the toggles off their snaps by pulling the toggles away from your body, or you may have to hold the riser with the opposite hand to accomplish this feat. Next grasp the risers.
You will be holding and pulling only the A risers. The rea- son for this is that these risers are attached to the A lines going to the front of the canopy. By pulling only on the front of the canopy you will pull the openings into the air stream which inflates the canopy and causes it to generate lift like a wing.
Twist in lines since Twist in lines since risers untwisted risers untwisted. Figure Grasping the Controls. Next take the twist out of the lines which puts the twist in the risers. This process puts the A risers on top as shown.
Now grasp the A riser on the left with your left hand and the A riser on the right with your right hand. The control toggles should remain in your hands and the control lines will be rout- ed properly. Hold the A risers with your thumb on top at the quicklinks as shown. Your right hand should hold the control toggle routing to the risers crossing to the left while holding the A riser routing to the right.
Your left Under Your Wing - The Changelings (3) - World Full Of Secrets (CD) holds the control toggle routing to the right and the A riser routing left as shown in the figure. Be sure that neither control line is lying over a forearm. You can check for correctness of your position by making sure that the remain- ing risers drop away without their lines hanging over the A lines. This process is easier to do than describe.
Once you do it correctly, follow the same procedure every time and you will have no problems. When you let go of the rest of the risers in a group to hold only the As, they will droop and look like a confused mess. However, they sort themselves out as soon as you begin the inflation. To avoid being a confused mess yourself, focus on the few simple steps: 1.
With the risers uncrossed and untwisted the twists are forward in the lines grasp the control toggles on the correct side right toggle to right hand and remove them from the risers. Recross and retwist the risers, making sure the lines are then uncrossed and untwisted. Grasp the A risers on each side without crossing your hands.
For right-han- ders, both A risers will come out from their riser group to the left: for left-han- ders the A risers come out of their riser group to the right. Make sure the A lines are not crossed over by other lines as you hold the A risers. Double check each control line routing by making sure it passes either over or under an entire group of risers.
I Building a Wall One of the best techniques for effective inflations in wind is to start with a ''wall. In light winds only a low wall can be built and the leading edge will stay up mainly on the stiffuess of the cell ribs. If the wall tumbles forward in light winds, it's exasperating, but you can often recover yourself by pulling the entire canopy forward from the trailing edge with a tug on both rear risers.
Do this only if the canopy is on grass, or it will suffer abrasions. Tease A risers with a little pull to lift leading edge of canopy. You can control the canopy on the ground in the reverse position in high or gusts with the control lines.
In a sudden gust, brace yourself with your lean forward, release the risers and pull both control toggles behind you fully shown in figure The glider will remain grounded. This procedure should well-practiced in medium winds before you have to use it in stronger stuff. If the glider starts to rise more than 3 feet I m above the ground it's best use a pull on the rear risers to bring it back down.
The reason is, pulling on controls on a fast rising canopy can result in the canopy lifting you off the ground. A wall can be built even when the canopy is in a horseshoe shape on the ground. The benefit of building a wall is that the canopy has already begun to. Lean forward, brace with your legs, release risers and pull controls rearward.
The act is sim- ple if we break it down into its elements. These are: I. Body centered and square to the canopy 2. Holding the risers properly 3.
Arms in position for an even, equal pull 4. A smooth, continuous backward pull through the harness 5. Releasing the risers in a timely fashion 6. Watching the canopy and controlling it in the right sense. Now let's walk through the steps in more detail. Center and square- You must begin by being in the center ofthe canopy. Some canopies have an identifying center mark such as a logo or colored cell rib or you can simply note where the middle of the left and right lines is on the canopy.
Start with your feet evenly placed so you don't tum your body and pull the risers unevenly. Holding the risers- We discussed the proper arrangement of the risers for infla- tion earlier. Your arms should be nearly extended with your hands on the A riser quick links as shown previously in figure Hold the risers in a comfortable grip with your thumb on top as shown. Your hips and legs will be doing most of the work through the harness, so you don't have to latch on to the risers.
Arm position- Both arms should lift evenly upwards on the A risers as you move backwards. Smooth pull - The force you exert on the canopy should be continuous and steady.
If you release pressure, chances are it will drop back down or the leading edge will tuck under. Releasing the risers - As the canopy rises the required pull on the A risers diminishes. If you pull too long, or pull downward once the canopy is aloft, you will move the canopy too far past you or pull the front down.
Either way a front fold is likely. Watching and controlling the canopy - As soon as the canopy begins inflating you should watch it to make sure it comes up evenly. Once it has lofted totally, check it for tangles in the lines, a folded tip or crookedness one wing back.
We'll see how to make corrections for a less than perfect inflation next. Now let's practice. After a check of the wind over your shoulder, look at the canopy center and begin to back up vigorously as you lift upwards on the A ris- ers.
The canopy should rise above you in a graceful, smooth manner. If it does not, drop it back down by releasing the risers and pulling on both control lines. Lift both risers evenly to prevent one side from rising faster. If one side does lift faster, try lifting more on the opposite riser. Figure shows the entire process. Keep your feet evenly placed to start so both sides are pulled evenly.
Your first practice should be to overcome confusion by using the controls and learning automatic response. If you pull the controls too much the canopy will drop back and may lose inflation.
You can correct for this effect by moving your hands up to stop the control pull, grasping the A risers and moving backwards. In stronger winds you can stand still while maintaining back pressure. Once the canopy is stabilized, check it for integrity.
Did you get a tip fold on the way up? If so, continue controlling the glider and shaking out such a fold as the canopy floats over your head. A few quick jerks of the control line on the folded side should remove the fold. You might have to hold a little control force on the opposite side to prevent it from moving forward. If everything looks fine, keep your progress into the wind and in one quick, smooth motion tum around to run upwind. Did you tum the correct way?
If not, practice makes perfect. It is important to develop these reverse launch skills until every move is automatic and correct. If you are still reversed and you want to drop the canopy to try again, pull both controls down as far as you can to stall the canopy.
An inherited or heritable estate in land. In feudal law, an estate in land granted by a lord to his vassal on condition of homage and service. Also called feud, fief.
The land so held. A political and economic system of Europe from the 9th to about the 15th century, based on the holding of all land in fief or fee and the resulting relation of lord to vassal and characterized by homage, legal and military service of tenants, and forfeiture. A political, economic, or social order resembling this medieval system. The estate or domain of a feudal lord. Something over which one dominant person or group exercises control.
A person who held land from a feudal lord and received protection in return for homage and allegiance. A bondman; a slave. A subordinate or dependent. A state of subjection to an owner or a master. Lack of personal freedom, as to act as one chooses.
Forced labor imposed as a punishment for crime. Of course the dominant group is the Insurgent Governmental system established by the Fourteenth Amendment.
Under a free state or countrya man is obligated to defend his country; however, under the current totalitarian system if a person refuses to go to a private war, such as the. Vietnam War, he is put in jail for failure to obey the lord i. This is parallel to a vassal serf yielding to military service. That is—a vassal can be imprisoned—a freeman can not. Furthermore, this is how the federal government has procured all the land in the several American republics, via the 14th Amendment.
The Red Amendment. Such public land inherently belongs to the people of any particular American republic. In essence—due to their ignorance—said land has been stolen from the people of the several American republics.
Of course the sum of the factors listed above is the political, economic, or social order resembling this medieval system. There is much more to this induced feudal situation; however, as we are just touching the surface in this Deprogramming session, we will not delve deeper at this time.
There are many factors to be considered in regard to this question. To name a few of such factors:. Perhaps to an Oil Corporation for drilling rights to extract oil present beneath the land. Purportedly everyone benefits through taxation through the collected leasing funds.
However, this is deemed a commercial enterprise, and constitutionally, the government cannot get involved in commercial enterprises. When the Fourteenth Amendment takes an American out of his native state, he then loses the sovereign power as instituted and protected by the Constitution. Moreover, a person who is naturalized as a United States citizen is deemed a resident of the state he lives in.
Anyone who buys property does not own it as a true citizen—or national—under the law of nations. It is owned under the privilege of being an alien living in the state as a resident. This legal premise holds true for any national that is in America—born or naturalized. This action strips them of their natural rights; after which, Americans are strictly subordinate to the government, state and federal. Again, may we bring to your attention that unknown to most Americans as plannedthey are unwittingly involved in Criminal Activity via Section 2 of the Fourteenth Amendment.
The criminal activity. Voting makes an American unconditionally subordinate to the federal and state governments. Remember it was stated that you do not own anything. As evidence, reference this statement made by the de facto Congress—consisting of socialist based insurgents—March 9, Such has been established and progressively set-up by the Fourteenth Amendment.
The era of Roosevelt was the next orchestrated blow which did away with our lawful money. This was to further implement the feudal system. The Fourteenth Amendment can be labeled a cabal not only because it was a secret plot contrived by a group of conspirators, but also because it has been promoted to the people as being beneficial, when in fact it is quite injurious.
In actuality, its main purpose—besides the effects listed earlier in this Sequence—is to tacitly involve everyone in America in commercial activity. Of course, all Americans are being treated as if they are in commercial activity.
This presumption of commercial involvement is due to the dual citizenship created by the Fourteenth Amendment. The presumption of commercial involvement can be deemed an act of criminal fraud on the part of anyone who endorses the Fourteenth Amendment. Cabal is just another word for conspiracy. Some say to have the elements of a conspiracy, its execution has to be hidden, i. This is false; see the definition of conspiracy below:.
An agreement to perform together an illegal, wrongful, or subversive act. A group of conspirators. An agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime or accomplish a legal purpose through illegal action. A joining or acting together, as if by sinister design. As you can see the main elements constituting a conspiracy are that an illegal, wrongful, sinister or subversive act is committed by two or more people. Most people misuse this term.
If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way. As the Fourteenth Amendment was intentionally designed and implemented to achieve an evil and planned political purpose, the following defines what all participants are truly involved in:.
In general, any crime directly against the government; e. It includes any violent political disturbance without reference to a specific crime. As a designation of a class of crimes usually excepted from extradition treaties, this term denotes crimes which are incidental to and form a part of political disturbances; but it might also be understood to include offenses consisting in an attack upon the political order of things established in the country where committed, and even to include offenses committed to obtain any political object.
Although the Fourteenth Amendment was initiated after the so-called Civil War over years ago, if someone discovers and comprehends its Under Your Wing - The Changelings (3) - World Full Of Secrets (CD) objective, and fails to rectify the situation—such being referred to in law as misprision, he is then knowingly involved in the conspiracy. To reiterate, under a constitutional or republican system of government, the people—which is meant to mean the nation—are the true government.
And since the Fourteenth Amendment government is being used for an evil purpose, a crime is being committed against the Under Your Wing - The Changelings (3) - World Full Of Secrets (CD) sovereignty of the American people, and therefore the political offenses defined above are fitting.
Furthermore, as the United States government insists on controlling the American educational system, and accordingly have chosen not to disclose this information—nor have they attempted to teach law to Americans—which is being controlled by The Bar Association monopoly—these factors establish prima facie—which means on its face—elements of a conspiracy. To get us to the present point, however, a series of other things took place.
To do so, the World Elite have to manipulate the language and definitions a bit. By country is meant the state of which one is a member. The territory occupied by an independent nation or people, or the inhabitants of such territory.
The first definition is simple: a state is a country. The second, although having a lot of information in it, is confusing. By the second definition a layman could not interpret nor understand that a state is a country, nor could an attorney. By the way, the above example is part of the Fourteenth Amendment cover up.
THEY want everyone to think that America is one country and nation. When you finish the next three Parts, you will fully understand why this is being done.
In other words, THEY must conceal the fact that the American people the smaller fish are being covertly consumed by the Elite the bigger fish. Note: It was brought to your attention that the slave force is in Voluntary Servitude. Another way to make sure the slave force is indifferent to what is really going on is to make them believe they are contributing to society on a global basis.
Ultimately, for the World Elite, this is an imperative and prudent measure; and, now you know the ulterior motive of THEY. By way of investigating language clues that may explain the main objective of the World Elite, the following term helps to clearly illustrate their goal:.
The practice or doctrine of giving a centralized government control over economic planning and policy. You must realize and understand that THEY are constantly introducing new language to create confusion.
He is an animal which has been given a civilized veneer. Man is a collective animal, grouped together for his own protection before the threat of the environment. Those who so group and control him must have in their possession specialized techniques to direct the vagaries and energies of the animal Man toward greater efficiency in the accomplishment of the goals of the State.
When he has more food than he can eat, more clothing than he needs to protect him, he then enters upon a certain idleness which dulls his wits and awareness, and makes him prey to difficulties which, in a less toxic state, he would have foreseen and avoided. Thus, we have a glut of being a menace to the individual. They are given the authoritative ring, and they are carefully taught. Constant pressure in the legislatures of the United States can bring about legislation to the effect that every student attending a high school or university must have classes in psychology.
First, analysis of the last quote reveals that the ones who distributed this information had a direct agenda. They stated that they had infiltrated the field of psychology in America, and that they were going to push for legislation to induce all Americans to take psychology. The second quote states that a person slides into an idle state if he has too much comfort; thus, this is when he can be taken advantage of. Moreover, he is not profitable when he has only the necessities.
Simply put, people have to be kept busy and distracted so they do not understand what is being done to them. Weak and Complacent, and to keep them busy with things that are of Under Your Wing - The Changelings (3) - World Full Of Secrets (CD) or no importance e. In reference to the above quotes, you will be astonished to find that they were taken from a training manual released sometime in the s. It was later used in a Wisconsin University to indoctrinate an army of subversive operatives. And yes—you are correct—it was named after V.
Lenin, the communist leader of Russia. Accordingly, the name of the manual was entitled: A Synthesis of the Russian Textbook on Psychopolitics. This was voiced by V. Lenin, communist leader, and Tool of the World Elite. Understand that it is the same plot—just a different part of the world. More dicta from that same communist manual follows:. Thus, at once the support of the individual so attacking Communism will fall away and wither. McCarthy fell away and withered.
The McCarthy ordeal may have been a test, or possibly it was just a smokescreen to initiate what has been executed in America look over there, while we do it here. Of course, maybe the McCarthy ordeal was real [? As a matter of common sense, it is obvious that the World Elite control the World puppets via their wealth. That is, THEY are the ones fueling the fire via so-called communism. To achieve Statism—which is really a form of Communism or the American version. Federalism—a blueprint is needed.
The Blueprint we refer to is entitled the Communist Manifesto. This manifesto is of purpose to put everything in the hands of the State, with the Elite in control, i. Below are definitions from the American Heritage Dictionary that define communism. There are two different definitions:. A theoretical economic system characterized by the collective ownership of property and by the organization of labor for the common advantage of all members.
A system of government in which the state plans and controls the economy and a single, often authoritarian party holds power, claiming to make progress toward a higher social order in which all goods are equally shared by the people. The Marxist-Leninist version of Communist doctrine that advocates the overthrow of capitalism by the revolution of the proletariat. An economic and social system under which all means of production are owned by the workers and controlled by the state for the common good.
In most cases, economic and political control is held by a single, often authoritarian party. Economic growth and planning are controlled by a central authority, i. Socialist totalitarian Democracy as established. The foregoing definitional variations of communism stand to reason. Marx can be quoted as stating in his Communist Manifesto, the following about the conditions that set forth the basis for communism:.
Nevertheless, in most advanced countries, the following will be pretty generally applicable. If you examine the Planks of the Manifesto you will find that most of its dicta have been applied in the United States of America through various applications of fact and law. Although both definitions of communism are somewhat applicable in the United States, pursuant to the second definition above please note the following:. Corporations and stocks are regulated by the federal government.
Franklin D. It was designed to enslave mankind through its dicta. Its chief purposes, among other corrupt and devious things, are to: steal land, implement a private bank, control children, eliminate families, control education, eliminate religion, promote immoral behavior, and eliminate countries and nationalities, which was accomplished by the Fourteenth Amendment under the color of law.
The puppets i. Their conviction is so strong, that they want to be communists! The sad truth is they have simply been brainwashed by the World Elite to act as an attack force against the middle class. In the Communist Manifesto, Marx craftily diverted the attention of the trained army lower class and convinced them that the middle class is the problem: again, the look over there, while we do it here, ruse.
A totalitarian governmental system is needed i. Simply put: Socialism is the control of the people by government. Then, you are no doubt aware that women have been told they have a right to work. In reality they have been conditioned. Plank 8 of the Communist Manifesto states:. Obligation means they have to work!
So, women have been programmed to think that they have the right to work when actually they Under Your Wing - The Changelings (3) - World Full Of Secrets (CD) been programmed to work. Rights have nothing to do with it. See the quote which exemplifies this fact:.
This is how the plot works: The Elite Tools have the financial capability of tapping the constitutional system of law money; lawmaking; attorneys; etc. Therefore, they are immune from the heavy taxation and other liabilities caused by the stealthily imposed Marxist dicta; however, there are Loopholes. Thus, the lower class is taking down—and also strictly feeds off—the middle class. Again, so-called communism is nothing more than a World Elite plot operating in the guise of the State, whose function is to create a slave force.
This is all grandly choreographed to fund the orchestrated debt that THEY created. The book entry slave credit is then used as purchasing power by the Elite. All in all, this establishes.
THEY devised the Communist Manifesto as a means to enslave the middle class and tap their usefulness, i. Witness that today, the middle class is categorically working.
As was stated earlier—even middle class women have to work now. You may be saying to yourself: So what. Actually there is a big difference. The former is private, while the latter is controlled by the government. This progressive and orchestrated conversion should be a strong indicator of what has transpired; however, no one thinks or cares anything of it.
In the recent past, labor was privately based; today, however, labor is controlled by the government. Simply Put: Americans are simply looked at as a Commodity. Something useful that can be turned to commercial or other advantage; an article of trade or an article of commerce.
The total means available for economic and political development, such as mineral wealth and labor force; The total means available to a company for increasing production or profit, including plant, labor, and raw material; assets.
And now the documented legal evidence will be presented to demonstrate what is really occurring. In other words, Communism, under the guise of a Free-Market Capitalist System, is now the day-to-day reality in America. Again, the following political rhetoric was a just a method to implement what is now in place, i. Tacit Servitude:. In fact, laws are always of use to those who possess and harmful to those who have nothing: from which it follows that the social state is advantageous to men only when all have something and none too much.
And accordingly. You are not only a slave component, but because you are voting you are literally in servitude due to the criminal activity induced by the 14th Amendment. This plot allows government[s] administrative agencies to seize property without the due process provided by a real court proceeding. The current de facto legal system is a far cry from the de jure rightful legal system, as was instituted under the original Constitution.
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