The Ten Commandments For Government

Imagine if the Ten Commandments were written today in U.S. CODE…

Though I am not a “religious” man, I think that the Biblical God might not have imagined that one day his word would be scrutinized and altered by his own terrible creation – politicians and attorneys.

Despite your beliefs when it comes to the Bible and religions, or that of my own beliefs, the Ten Commandments gives us one of the truest looks into the difference between a moral declaration of men and the legal code of persons in government.

We can even see this difference within the writings of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. While the Declaration is a poetic and moral outlook on the free and natural state of men, stating the ethical and lawful reasons for independence in common and heartfelt language, the Constitution is a legal document with legal terminology creating nothing but restrictions and legal bounds without emotion or ethics.

The perfect example of the difference between these two documents is to compare the Ten Commandments to the U.S. Constitution.

The concept of not killing other men is instilled by men to other men; by parents to their children. In a singularly simple statement the rule of not committing murder becomes readily apparent, the consequences dire. And yet, in no modern or ancient legal code of government can we find such simplistic logic and law – one that appeals to ethics, morals and values without creating exceptions to the rule.

If government and its officers and attorney’s were to write the Ten Commandments today, they would look similar to the original “Commandments” but would in fact be quite different – even unrecognizable  in their interpretations and legal meanings.

For example, Commandment #1 simply states:

1: “You shall have no other gods before Me.”

But if government attorney’s were to have written this within the U.S. legal documents, and codes, it would look more like this:

1 (USC). “Persons shall have no other gods before the One God, without written consent of Congress. Citizens shall gain license to worship said God and shall be subject to the punishments, pains, taxes, and exaction (extortion) of the corporation clergy thereof. Persons in violation and non-payment of tithing shall be assessed fees not unreasonable, to be determined by law. If a person is found to have any other gods before the One God, that person shall be fined not more than $10,000 and be subject to no more than 5 years in jail, under the Federal work program entitled “License Plates For Jesus”.

6: “You shall not murder.”

6 (USC). Murder shall be illegal under civil penalties, to be paid directly to the U.S. treasury, and under due process of law the person conducting the act of murder shall be incarcerated and made to labor under imprisonment, except as stated in paragraph (2) in this section. Murder shall consist of the ending of or severing of civil contract (civil death), taking the life and contractual nature of another person and citizen with government.

The definition of murder shall mean:

(1) The taking of another human life.

(a) the term “human” shall include only the male and female species of human beings, and shall include no other animals.

(b) the term “life” shall be defined as the civil contractual nature of a person, including individuals, associations, corporations, and groups of any of these.

(2) Exceptions. The following persons shall be exempt from Section 6 of this section: Congress (when ordering the cessation of other “human lives”), The President (when acting under Executive emergency powers), or any employee thereof acting within the bounds of the “United States”, Washington D.C, or any state, territory, or possession within, as well as persons of and employed by the “military” of the United States or other Executive Offices and corporations such as the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) or Internal Revenue Service (IRS), or any other private corporation acting within a contract with the United States, or when acting as agents of the United States as employees or through contract with the United States.

You see, government legal code has no morals, ethics, values, or any other good qualities of human nature. These things cannot be legislated. Love cannot be legislated. Ethics can certainly be made into rules, but true ethical behavior happens within the man, not without. And government’s codes are set up to bypass any laws passed or rules made to ensure ethics in government. The only honor in government is honor among legal thieves. After all, the rule-makers decide if they themselves are actually breaking their own rules – and they call these deciders the Senate and House “Select Committee on Ethics”. Morals are not something that can be forced. They exist or do not exist depending on the man, not the legal fiction person.

What can be legislated?

Punishments. Pains. Penalties. Taxes. Licenses. Incarceration. Extortion. Usury. Death…

And of course when was the last time you heard a political campaign that focused on anything but all of the things that cannot be legislated if that candidate were to be elected to office: Family values? Hope? Change? Children? These are not the things that politicians do!!!

A child is flesh, until he or she is made into a legal contracted “person” that government can control.

Nothing in legal code can be compared to the Ten Commandments. Again, regardless of your personal beliefs on religion, the Ten Commandments are moral declarations. The Constitution is not. The Bill of Rights is certainly not. Remember, the 5th Amendment states very clearly that your life, liberty, and property can be taken by government with due process of law and with just compensations. This is not moral or ethical, it is tyranny cleverly written by attorney’s and tyrants so that most persons will never realize how structurally enslaving the constitution and the Bill of Rights actually are in reality, just as these mythological 10 Commandment definitions are.

7: “You shall not commit adultery.”

7 (USC): Persons shall not breach the contract of marriage, a three party contract between the male and female persons and the State, in the act of adultery. The term “adultery” shall mean the act of copulation of two or more persons not in contract of marriage while one or more of those same U.S. citizens  (persons) are in fact under the constraints of marriage contract with another person of the opposite sex. Under due process of law, the just compensation of this violation of marriage license and contract shall be decided by the court, and monies collected for such actions shall be entered into the Court Registry Investment System (CRIS) before being credited to the recipient of said money payment installments. Persons shall obey all opinions of the court as if they are their own.

(1) Exceptions: The Congress, the Executive, and the Judicial branches and agencies of the United States and its insular possessions shall be exempt from the laws regarding adultery while acting as employees of the United States, whether in Washington D.C. or in any other territory or place under the jurisdiction of the United States, or in any state, or in a foreign land or country while acting under diplomacy as a representative of the United States.

The difference between law and the legal Code can definitely be seen when comparing the Ten Commandments with what we now call the law.

8: “You shall not steal.”

8 (USC): The taking of objects, monies, services, things, property, pets, persons, children, or other legal possessions of persons and of the United States, without the express permission of said person or U.S. government agency in ownership of that possession, shall be considered theft. The punishment for such stealing of private or public property shall be determined by a court of equity within the United States jurisdiction, and said “thief” shall be entitled to a fair trial and reasonable bail.

(1) Exceptions: The word “theft” and “steal”, and the title of “thief” shall not apply to members, officers, or employees of the United States government. Also, the activities of government, including Congressional Members, Executive Branch Secretaries and employees including military and the IRS, or that of any private corporate contractor with the United States shall not be construed as “theft” or “stealing”, and these persons shall not be titled as “thief” unless due process of law requires it. Actions that shall not be construed as “theft” or “stealing” by Congress and other Branch employees, officers, and Members shall include the following terms and definitions:

(a) “Insider trading” – the trading of stocks, bonds, and other “financial instruments” upon pre-knowledge of the activities of the corporation, municipal corporation, country, banking institution, or government with the express intention of profiting from that trade.

(b) “Eminent Domain” – Real Property taken legally according to the “Taking’s Clause” of the 5th Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, as long as due process and just compensation, decided by the court, is paid to the person or citizen for whom that real property is taken.

(1) For the purposes of this section, the word “taken” and “taking” shall not be construed to mean “theft” or stealing”.

(c) “Exaction” – the legal extortion of U.S. Federal Reserve Notes as a rightful privilege of government shall not be infringed, be it through taxation, taking, or other methods of legal collection, as long as the taking in question is so accomplished by due process of law, and is within the definition of TITLE 42, Section 1981 of U.S. CODE.

(Link to TITLE 42 Section 1981:

Now, do I really need to create a fictional code for the 9th Commandment, which for all intents and purposes states that you shall not lie? I mean really, the very soul of congress is a lie, and lairs sit upon its throne! Every actor and politician is indeed a professional lair.

How about one for coveting your neighbor’s home or donkey? I think you get the idea…

The Ten Commandments, despite the parts about worshiping only one jealous God and about not making carvings about other images of other gods or worlds, was a declaration of morals, values, and ethics – something that is wholly lacking in government, and especially in its legal codes. The point here is that legal codes are not capable of these human qualities, and do everything in their power to take law away from the human side in favor of the fictional person side, where emotion, love, and all of the beautiful things about humanity are subsequently squeezed away, leaving only a cold and heartless code of rules and regulations that serve little purpose other than to extort from the people who contract with government.

And hell, if you think about it, why else would government wish to force the Ten Commandments to be torn away from government buildings, schools, courthouses, and legislative halls?


–Clint Richardson (
–Wednesday, January 30th, 2013