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Devolution & Reconstitution Deep Dive. The Awakening the United States Needed. 

      Devolution refers to the transfer of power or authority from a central government to a lower level of government, such as regional or local authorities. This can lead to greater autonomy and decision-making power for these lower-level authorities.

       On the other hand, reconstitution refers to the process of rebuilding or restructuring something that has been broken down or dissolved. In the context of governance, reconstitution can refer to the creation or re-creation of a government or political system that has been overthrown or dismantled.

        The concept of devolution and reconstitution can be seen in various political systems around the world. For example, in the United Kingdom, devolution has led to the creation of regional governments with varying degrees of power in Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. In some cases, this has led to calls for further devolution or even independence from the UK.

      Reconstitution, on the other hand, can be seen in countries that have experienced political upheaval or regime change, where new governments or political systems are created from the remnants of the old. This can be a difficult and often painful process, but it is sometimes necessary to rebuild a society that has been torn apart by conflict or political instability.

      Overall, devolution and reconstitution are important concepts in governance and political systems, and understanding their implications is crucial for those interested in issues of decentralization, autonomy, and rebuilding in the aftermath of political turmoil.

       So why Bring up these 2 Words? Why are these 2 words so relevant to the People of the United States Today?  Well According to the Reconstitution Managers Guide Issued by the Office of National Continuity Programs, Federal Emergency Management Agency, in April of 2023,  Annex I & Annex J of this document talks Specifically about Devolution and Reconstitution.  The document and Agency draws its Authority, from the following Laws, and Executive Orders. 

  1. Homeland Security Act of 2002, as amended (6 U.S.C. § 101 et seq.)

  2. Public Law (P.L.) 110-53, Implementing Recommendations of the 9/11 Commission Act of 2007, Title IV, Section 405, August 2007

  3. Executive Order 12656, Assignment of Emergency Preparedness Responsibilities, 1988, as amended

  4. Executive Order 13961, Governance and Integration of Federal Mission Resilience, December 7, 2020

  5.  Presidential Policy Directive (PPD)-40, National Continuity Policy, July 15, 2016

  6.  Federal Continuity Directive (FCD) 1, Federal Executive Branch National Continuity Program and Requirements, January 17, 2017

       According to official documents from various federal agencies, the United States is currently operating under a Continuity of Government plan and has put into motion its Devolution and Reconstitution plans. It's important to note that this is not a conspiracy theory, but rather a fact supported by official government documents. The process has moved from the planning phase to the implementation phase, indicating that these plans are currently being put into action.

It's still unclear how many federal agencies will be impacted by these plans or how many laws will be reversed. The question remains: will this be the revival of the American Dream, or will it mark the death of this country? It is up to "WE THE PEOPLE" to make the choice and take action before it's too late.

It's important to stay informed and engaged in the political process to ensure that our voices are heard and our rights are protected. As citizens, we have a responsibility to participate in our democracy and hold our elected officials accountable. By staying informed and actively engaging in the political process, we can ensure that our country continues to thrive and prosper.

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