The Architecture of Our Modern (Non)Representative Government…

“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”.

patriot..So begins the Declaration of Independence, the foundational document of our nation. The underpinning of the sentiment was a disconnection between the ruling elite (Parliament) and those being ruled (Colonialists).

In the 250+ years that followed, our political system of government has evolved in an almost circular fashion.  We find ourselves today returned to a disconnect that stirred the initial declaration; only this time our rulers are domestic.  The evolution from representative aspirations toward bureaucratic institutions has determined our destiny.

When we challenge our modern structural institutions we discover an architecture of policies, practices, constructs and self-sustaining enterprise which creates the disconnect between federal politicians and the constituents they are intended to represent. In essence, Skynet became self-aware and now seeks to defend itself.

This is the background to the UniParty.

Understanding the fallacy of false choice: Republican or Democrat, brings clarity to how challenging it is to remove systems of mutual benefit to the organization.


We are in 2017, a time where both sides of the UniParty apparatus find more in common than ever before. Their commonality is evidenced within their response toward challenges by an independent citizenry.

In order to understand the challenge now in front of our people’s president, Donald Trump, we must first accept that the preferred direction of the people is counter-intuitive to the self-sustaining architecture of the UniParty.

♦  ObamaCare Architecture – The labor unions (D) want Obamacare retained. The U.S. CoC (R) want Obamacare retained. The people want Obamacare repealed and replaced. See the problem?

Inaction is the host’s defense mechanism.

♦  Voting Architecture – The progressive politicos want illegal aliens to be able to vote (D) and design policy goals toward that end. The Wall Street Lobbyists (R) want illegal aliens retained, and therefore support -through willful blindness- procedural goals toward that end.  The people want only lawful citizens voting. See the problem?

Inaction is the host’s defense mechanism.

♦ IRS Targeting – The Democrats benefit from the removal of opposition toward their policy agenda. The Republicans benefit from removal of opposition to their incumbency. The architecture of government is weaponized to deliver a mutually beneficial outcome to the UniParty. See the problem?

Inaction is the host’s defense mechanism.

Within the great challenges we face, we continually find ourselves up against an infrastructure, an internally created architecture, specifically designed to maintain a mutually beneficial UniParty system of federal government.

While the vast majority of American voters cannot put their finger on this issue, inherently everyone knows the system is fundamentally broken. Examples surface, evidence of this construct reaches sunlight, then predictably the UniParty alarm systems activate and actions are taken to remove the threat.

We are the threat.

Distraction and obfuscation lead to avoidance. Within the corrupt architecture avoidance is ‘the system winning’.  Inaction, or the illusion of action, is part of the host’s defense mechanism.

In our desperation we have elected a singular entity who seems uniquely qualified to deal with the nature of this problem.  We have issued an electoral decree to President Trump to destroy this architecture; to drain this proverbial swamp, and to reestablish a representative voice -a common sense voice- in the system. However, this is no simple task.

The architecture is so thoroughly constructed, so entirely -and exponentially- enmeshed within the system, it now organically defends itself against all opposition. Government pulsating like a looming omnipotent and virtually impenetrable organism.

In the coming days, weeks and months, as President Trump carries the Q-Beam through the swampland, will be referencing the construct of this architecture. It is important we try to understand it and draw reference from prior failed steps upon this familiar terrain.

There are very few altruistic agents willing to assist this Herculean endeavor, and even fewer politicians who shall willingly step forth from inside the construct and attack the host which has absorbed them.

Truth sharpens both the sword of righteousness and the more utilitarian machete needed for the current geography.

Keep looking for truth, questioning, or our passage will stall.

In the movie “2001 A Space Odyssey” astronaut David Bowman battled a self aware computer system called HAL-9000 which killed the crew in a conflicted effort to hide the nature of the mission.  In 2017 Donald Trump is David Bowman, and Washington DC is HAL-9000.



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220 Responses to The Architecture of Our Modern (Non)Representative Government…

  1. Jim Rogers says:

    Last Friday’s inauguration of DJT was neither a change of parties nor a change of administrations ~ it was a PEACEFUL REVOLUTION!!! At least the first major victory in the revolution. Many more are necessary, but DJT is now OUR president! He and We The People are united against the “deep state,” or Uniparty, if you prefer! United we must stand!!! United we will succeed!!!

    Liked by 21 people

  2. Prayer is our secret weapon. Use it and use it often.

    Liked by 23 people

    • Pam says:

      It’s the best option we have.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Bull Durham says:

        The world was praying for a Christian protector here.
        We were praying for a determined leader to save the Republic.
        Many were praying for Supreme Court justice to save our Constitution.
        All of us prayed for the Christ shield over Trump, family and SS bodyguards.

        Prayer works. Ask for what you need. You get it.

        Liked by 14 people

  3. Ksenia says:

    Don’t let the psychotic left get to you. Have faith, stay calm, be vigilant, pray. We are in the eye of storm.

    Liked by 16 people

  4. Texian says:

    We have come full circle, and we are in, to a certain extent, uncharted waters in this grand experiment of Liberty for All. Our Founding Fathers, many of them wealthy, risked their security and very lives because they valued Freedom and Liberty for the common man even more. Sir Donald J. Trump (and his closest confidants, such as Sir Stephen K. Bannon) have done this very same thing – they could have just sat back, running their businesses and not rocking the boat. But they have sacrificed all, for Freedom and Liberty – not just for themselves, but for us – the common man. Their risk, their sacrifice, have not gone unnoticed. We cannot let them down. We truly are in historic times.. and by fire or by ice, these days will be forged in the pages of American History..

    Liked by 18 people

    • kate says:

      What a wonderful analogy, Washington and John Adams along with most of the signers of the Constitution, were in this catagory and what a terrific legacy they left us.
      Yes, we must keep up our prayers and help our President, Congress, and Supreme Court to do the correct thing to uphold the Constitution.
      Make America Great Again.


  5. JoeS says:

    Awesome article Sundance.

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Apfelcobbler says:

    Wasn’t the Inauguration packed to capacity by the time of oath taking? In other words, the pictures that Chris Wallace showed to Reince, side-by-side, on Sunday showed Obama’s ceremony (at max) and Trump’s ceremony (at some time other than at max). Yet Reince did not make this crystal clear. He called it out, but was not explicit about what Wallace was showing. Perhaps he didn’t quite realize what a bald-faced dishonesty Wallace was pulling off. It was no more dishonest than the usual disingenuous depictions that have become routine.

    As you expect, calling out someone who is gaslighting ellicits a nasty response. We could say that ignoring voter fraud is also UniParty gas lighting. Hostile reaction is predictable- again.

    Lemonhead is using “emotional instability” language on CNN. How dare Trump, Bannon, and Spicer call out any gas lighting, period.

    Liked by 6 people

    • rsanchez1990 says:

      “You can’t fire me, I quit.”

      The media is trying to push this as people unwilling to work with Trump. If they had bothered to cover the rallies at all, they would know about Drain The Swamp, and the very fact that State Department employees left for whatever reason means we are achieving that goal. The media can try to spin it all they want but just publicizing it boosts President Trump. This is a man who is keeping all his promises and shows he is serious about never letting us down.

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      • Rex Collins says:

        The State Department employees quit so they could leave the country. One of the first bits of muck in the swamp to be drained are related to Clintons pay to play scheme and arming of terrorist groups. They know they will face grand juries, questioning definitely and possible indictments for their roles in these treasonous and illegal actions.

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  7. R-C says:

    Stand in the way, UniParty, and you WILL have boot-prints on your chests!

    Liked by 2 people

  8. sundance says:

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  9. Archie says:

    The only solution is a constitutional amendment to limit spending to 12% of GDP with a requirement of 2/3 of the states approving a two year budget. 2/3’s could approve deficit spending or an increase to the debt ceiling.
    If the country still goes down the tube after that then on to succession.
    12% gets all the graft out of the system.


  10. Joan says:

    It is just mind-boggling to ponder how much President Trump has to deal with. If anyone can do it, I think he can but God bless the man.

    Liked by 7 people

    • frogstamper says:

      I replied to your post with a prayer and a Bible verse. As has happened previously, it has not posted here.
      I don’t understand why quoting Bible verses prohibits posting – due to similar occurrences, I am admittedly assuming that is the case.


      • frogstamper says:

        If we are not supposed to post prayers, I will gladly abide by the rules…just need someone to let me know.


        • gettherejustassoon says:

          I don’t have an answer for you. However, at the top of the page there are these sections: Home, About Us, E-Mail Guidelines, and Guidelines For Comments. Click on the Guidelines For Comments and you might find the answer there.

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  11. This was an incredibly excellent read, it states the argument for Trump/Small Government perfectly. I will be sharing with my friends and family.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Illegal says:

    Franklin Graham said at the inauguration “Mr. President, in the Bible, rain is a sign of God’s blessing. And it started to rain, Mr. President, when you came to the platform. It’s my prayer that God will bless you, your family, your administration, and may He bless America.”

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  13. Bull Durham says:

    I encourage everyone to re-read Sundance’s article a second or third time. To truly understand that thinking in terms of Party is the game they play with people.

    We got Trump because we thought only of Country. We are united and inclusive of all because the mission was America, MAGA.

    We need to keep thinking and acting in that mode. They lose all control of us, of our minds, of our emotions when we reject Party for Country, and stay with Trump’s common sense philosophy.
    We can’t be trap in ideological duels. They have nothing to deal with, to cope with, to defend with, to attack with, when we have God, Country and Constitution.

    Look at Bannon. They have no way to counter him. So, they memed immediately about drinking and alcohol. Pathetic.

    When Trump has a day like today, hitting on three, four, five topics and using events and opportunities, and surrogates all over the place, they can’t counter. They can’t digest it and spin it and attack. He and Bannon and PM May and Pence and the Hannity interview, Mexico, Tariffs, the Wall, Israel, the Vatican ambassador . . . they are chasing but he is running a blistering race.

    Secretariat on the backstretch—”he’s moving like a tremendous machine.”

    Liked by 6 people

  14. pyromancer76 says:

    A amazing description of the immovable and unchangeable even though words suggest otherwise. President Trump’s brilliance is to know that it takes swift, immediate action to decapitate the pulsating beast. Yes, Sundance, please keep illuminating this architecture of tyranny. The irony is that O created a great deal of power in the Executive that no one imagined 8 years ago. This is frightening, but I hope Trump uses it to the max as he returns power to the people and appropriate representative government. And….great writing!

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  15. SpanglishKC says:

    I just saw a commercial (during Hannity’s show late night repeat) encouraging people to call their Senator to confirm Jeff Sessions by 45Committee. This is important. Sessions is critical to draining the swamp. Remember prayer + action is needed

    The fight is just begun. Do something

    Liked by 4 people

    • Tazz2293 says:

      I emailed both my quisling Senator’s yesterday. No acknowledgement from them. Of course they were on retreat in Filthidelphia partying while the peoples business went ignored.

      Liked by 2 people

  16. NorthIdaho says:

    President Trump seemed discouraged and angry in Hannity’s interview tonight. That of course is my opinion. I for one am furious that no one in the Senate is really stepping up and demanding that he get his Cabinet approved. The Uniparty seems very unified.

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  17. The Uniparty sure loved them some Cold War. Billions upon billions were thrown around to build Titan and Minuteman Missile silos that were defunct technology the day they were completed. And of all people, it took an actor to come along break bread with the Ruskies, stop the madness, and tear down that wall. The new Cold War is special interests. And of all people it took a real estate magnate to come along with big enough stones to declare war on them. Trump is like an old school NY mob boss with the way he conducts himself. No email – courier delivered hand written notes. First time on Air Force 1 doesn’t turn around to wave. Why? We aren’t at peace yet. Work to be done, citizens to help, Uniparty black hats to obliterate. No apologies. No regrets. God Bless POTUS Trump.

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  18. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    Thanks, Sundance. Very insightful, very true. It is appalling that for a long while the federal government has been the nation’s largest single employer. In a way,this tells us all we need to know about our present plight. We are no longer a free people. We live in an environment in which, at almost every turn, we encounter the tentacles of this giant monster, yet (as though it were some great kraken, usually mosly submerged) we never see the creature in its entirety. President Trump seems to be aware of what has happened to us and to be determined to change it, mindful that our foundational concept of government (which differs from Europe’s markedly) is that the power to govern proceeds from the consent–not the acquiesence–of the governed. God help him and us. We will all need it. And we must be prepared to sacrifice and to struggle, be freedom does not equal comfort.

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  19. Another of many things interesting about DJT and our wild trip with him….. He is the first person to get to the Presidency who does not need it or want it for himself. My big worry was he would be stopped before he made it to actually being elected ……….So now he is in a position where he can do things for us, for our country. He has not climbed to this height for what he wants, he did it to fix his country, for us, not for any of the perks (his life already had better perks, many of which he gave up) and I can’t think of any other person who could stand where he is now and not think “wow, now I can have this or do that for myself, my family”…………
    He did it for his country, for us.

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  20. Octavian says:

    “Inaction is the host’s defense mechanism.”

    I think you mean to say “inaction provokes the host’s defense mechanism”.


  21. C. Lowell says:

    You’re uniparty analysis is invaluable Sundance, thank you (again)…

    Liked by 1 person

  22. DonG says:

    Gotta say. The President has exceeded my expectations thus far as to his actions since getting sworn in.
    I half expected a lot of the teeth of his campaign statements would get watered down once he took over due to pressure from both sides.
    If anything, he has been even more steadfast in his intentions to get done what he said. I applaud him, and am extremely thankful the people have a voice and someone who watches our back and looks out for us.


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