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A Dissident's Guide to the Constitution, Episode 1 — Constitutions

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Published on 21 Apr 2021 / In News and Politics

How does government work? Who tells government where to stop?

By popular request, and to meet the need of the times, Alex Thomson is joined by Mike Robinson and David Scott to brief dissidents on the Constitution. The podcast will be of interest to overseas listeners too but primarily explores the English and Scots Constitutions, the common law, and the British constitutional legacy.

This is not a series of history lectures. After a few initial episodes on key concepts (constitution, common law, rights, democracy, the rule of law, the nation state), we aim to go through the last thousand years of constitutional development with an eye for what has been hidden (how we have been governed in the past), then to explore how the state fits together (how we are governed now), and finally what plans there are for our future.

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AlfredNewman 14 days ago

The United States Constitution was a political coup by a bunch of elites with the goal of control and fraud. Out of 77 delegates, only 39 signed where one signed to protest and one was not authorized to sign as that states delegation had withdrawn.

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