The K in Amerika.

An old friend of mine  recently left a comment on my Wall at facebook concerning the way I spell Amerika.

He seemed a bit confused why I would do so.

I have been doing it for so long that I barely notice anymore (I never liked the letter C anyway, it is a worthless letter. We have K & S! Smiles to those with C in their Names).

The K in Amerika is there for a very good reason.

Amerika is not the country I thought it was when I was growing up.

The Patriot Act – which is one of the most dangerous documents produced to date by the U.S. Government- strips Americans of their Freedoms.

They do this in the name of Security.

“They who would give up an essential liberty for temporary security, deserve neither liberty or security.”
~Ben Franklin

The Patriot Act must be repealed and until it is, the K stays in Amerika.

I encourage everyone who realizes the Dangers of the Patriot Act – not just for Americans but the International Community – to adopt the K in Amerika as a Protest and to help spread Awareness.

The Patriot Act has not done much in catching ‘Terrorists’ but it sure has helped rounding up all those ‘Dangerous’ Peaceniks who smoke a little weed now & again.

Moving right along…

For those of you who ‘vote’ for a President, remember that it matters not who is Commander in Chief.  The President is a part in the Machine. He has no control, but he certainly is being controlled.

You may feel good that you have done your part in voting the right man in, but please realize that your vote (for Prez) is designed to just make you feel good.

The President does not win by popular vote.

Check out the College Electorate (CE).

Actually, I’ll do it for you:

Electoral College: consists of the popularly elected representatives (electors) who formally elect the President and Vice President of the United States. Since 1964, there have been 538 electors in each presidential election. Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the Constitution specifies how many electors each state is entitled to have and that each state’s legislature decides how its electors are to be chosen; U.S. territories are not represented in the Electoral College.

The Electoral College is an example of an indirect election.

Rather than directly voting for the President and Vice President, United States citizens vote for electors.

Electors are technically free to vote for anyone eligible to be President, but in practice pledge to vote for specific candidates and voters cast ballots for favored presidential and vice presidential candidates by voting for correspondingly pledged electors.

The Twelfth Amendment provides for each elector to cast one vote for President and one vote for Vice President. It also specifies how a President and Vice President are elected.

Critics argue the Electoral College is inherently undemocratic and gives certain swing states disproportionate clout in selecting the President and Vice President. Proponents argue that the Electoral College is an important and distinguishing feature of federalism in the United States and protects the rights of smaller states. Numerous constitutional amendments have been introduced in the Congress seeking a replacement of the Electoral College with a direct popular vote; however, no proposal has ever passed the Congress.”  ~Wikipedia

Here is a link describing the pros & cons of the CE.

The ‘Fathers of Amerika’ did not trust the Voting Public to make wise decisions in the electing of their Leader… the United States perpetuates this by keeping the CE.

This is not Democracy.

The Leadership of Amerika is in the Hands of a few hundred Politicians.

The Currency used in Amerika is in the hands of less than a few hundred – and they’re not even Politicians!

This means that Corporate Entities control the Economy which means they control YOU.

In 1916, three years after its inception, President Woodrow Wilson denounced the Federal Reserve System:

“I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the civilized world, no longer a Government by free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.” ~Woodrow Wilson

It does not matter who is President. Things are still the same.

The Commander in Chief has no control.

He answers to a higher power and it sure the Hell isn’t God… though Baby Bush might want you to think it is.

Amerika is NOT a Democracy.

Quick Note:

I posted bostonpaul.wordpress at Facebook and got this response (Good Stuff):

Boston Paul

Boston Paul

UPDATE @ we spell Amerika with a K.

Stephanie Conboy
Stephanie Conboy

… and stop spelling america with a k please!
Deucalion Stone

Deucalion Stone

The use of K is more common than C!
Afrikaans: Amerika
Arabic: أمريكا
Belarusian: Амэрыка
Chinese (Traditional): 美國
Croatian: Amerika
Czech: Amerika
Danish: Amerika
Dutch: Amerika
Estonian: Ameerika
Filipino: Amerika
Finnish Amerikka
French: Amérique
Galician: América
German: Amerika
Greek: Αμερική Amerikí̱
Haitian: Creole Amerik
Hebrew: אמריקה
Hindi: अमेरिका amērikā
Hungarian: Amerikai
Icelandic: Ameríka
Indonesian: America
Irish: Meiriceá
Italian: America
Japanese: アメリカ amerika
Korean: 아메리카 amelika
Latvian: America
Lithuanian: Amerika
Macedonian: Америка Amerika
Malay: America
Maltese: Amerika
Norwegian: Amerika
Persian: امریکا
Polish: Ameryka
Portuguese: América
Romanian Americii
Russian: Америка Amerika
Serbian: Америка Amerika
Slovak: Americký
Slovenian: Amerika
Spanish: América
Swahili: Amerika
Swedish: America
Thai: America ประเทศสหรัฐอเมริกา
Turkish: America
Ukrainian: Америка Ameryka
Vietnamese: Mỹ Châu Mỹ
Welsh: America
Yiddish: אַמעריקע Amerike

Usage “C” ~ 15
Usage of “K” ~29

“K” wins the gold.
“C” falls in second for the silver
“Q” is third with the bronze.

Even the phonetics spelling of “America” use K
100% of the time:

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Published in: on February 21, 2010 at 10:45 AM  Comments (7)  
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