“We the People” are unifying and mobilizing to lawfully take back our Government. We understand the Constitution is more than just a piece of paper but requires educated, dedicated Americans to uphold it. That’s what we’re here for!
What is a politicist?
A politicist is someone who studies and understands how the government works. They help make rules and decisions that affect everyone in a country. It’s kind of like being a detective, but instead of solving crimes, they try to figure out how to formulate the best plan to promote the common good.
A political scientist is an academic professional who studies politics as a discipline from a passive or “hands-off” approach. They analyze political systems, institutions, behavior, ideologies, and policies through research and scientific methods without direct involvement in them. In so many words, they study government from the outside looking in.
A politicist is an individual who is skilled and experienced in the art of governing and diplomacy from an active or “hands-on” approach. Unlike a politician who may focus on short-term goals or personal interests, a politicist is known for their wisdom, integrity, and long-term vision. They prioritize the well-being of their country or community above personal gain and work towards the greater good.
Is a politicist a politician?
No. A politician works for a government, a politicist works for the People. The term “politicist” is not commonly used in the English language. It is what may be called a “political scientist” today but its closest equivalent would be “statesman”.
The scope of knowledge, skillset, and selfless pursuits of a politicist extend beyond the realm and motives of a politician. Because they are not elected government officials that earn a salary for their opinion and financial benefits for their allegiance, monetary gain and political power do not play a role in the decision-making process of a politicst. Most of what he does is without pay as a public service to promote the well-being of the nation.
What does a politicist do?
Politicists are often respected for their ability to navigate complex political landscapes, build consensus, and make decisions that benefit society as a whole. They possess strong leadership qualities, exhibit a deep understanding of history, law, and governance, and are often involved in shaping policies that promote stability, justice, and progress.
They listen to the People of the nation to understand what their needs are then develop the best strategy to find tangible solutions to problems. This was the role of a statesman in the earlier days of the country when the government was much smaller and the people had more of a voice in the direction of their country. It did not require political elections or government perks. Hard-working Americans exercised their right to come together in town halls where they could speak freely about the issues they faced in order to find the best solutions.
Restoring Lawful Government
The U.S. states and federal governments have not been operating within the confines of the respective laws and constitutions for decades. The most effective peaceful means of addressing this issue is through teamwork to educate the public and mobilize the change America needs for a better tomorrow. Because the problem lies within government, the solution must come from the owners of the government: We the People.
In the Declaration of Independence, the country’s Founders say “Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government”. It is the reponsibility of “We, the People” to take back the country and to take back the government.
Power to the People!
The Politicists National Committee (PNC) is a not-for-profit similar to a political party but operating at Common Law above Government to provide oversight thereof to perpetuate the principles of free government, insure justice to all, preserve peace, promote the interest and happiness of the citizen and of the family.