Creation of the future
By Erica Bradshaw
Comparison #1: blocking laws from going into effect
"Sec. 221. There is therefore, secondly, another way whereby governments are dissolved, and that is, when the legislative, or the prince, either of them, act contrary to their trust. First, The legislative acts against the trust reposed in them, when they endeavor to invade the property of the subject, and to make themselves, or any part of the community, masters, or arbitrary disposers of the lives, liberties, or fortunes of the people."-Second Treatise of Civil Government
When the government or leading power is refusing to allow laws past that will help the citizens in their country run more efficiently or get help to those who need it.
Comparison #2: controlling the representatives
"What I have said here, concerning the legislative in general, holds true also concerning the supreme executor, who having a double trust put in him, both to have a part in the legislative, and the supreme execution of the law, acts against both when he goes about to set up his own arbitrary will as the law of the society. He acts also contrary to his trust, when he either employs the force, treasure, and offices of the society, to corrupt the representatives, and gain them to his purposes; or openly preen gages the electors, and prescribes to their choice, such, whom he has, by solicit ions, threats, promises, or otherwise, won to his designs; and employs them to bring in such, who have promised before-hand what to vote, and what to enact."-Second Treatise of Civil Government
When the President or the leading power uses the weaknesses and want of those that we put trust into to run our judicial system against them to pled to the needs of him/her self.
Comparison #3: abolishing power
"Sec. 219. There is one way more whereby such government may be dissolved, and that is: When he who has the supreme executive power neglects and abandons that charge, so that the laws already made can no longer be put in execution."-Second Treatise of Civil Government
Using other powers as a puppet to control the people inside that country.
Comparison #4: foreign power
"Sec. 216. Thirdly, When, by the arbitrary power of the prince, the electors, or ways of election, are altered, without the consent, and contrary to the common interest of the people, Sec. 217. Fourthly, The delivery also of the people into the subjection of a foreign power."-Second Treatise of Civil Government
We have been living under the same kind of government for over 200 years, if another power was to come and subject us to a new power then we would not understand the meaning behind new laws until we become accustomed to them.
Comparison #5: giving power to the people
"Sec. 220. In these and the like cases, when the government is dissolved, the people are at liberty to provide for themselves, by erecting a new legislative, differing from the other, by the change of persons, or form, or both, as they shall find it most for their safety and good."-Second Treatise of Civil Government
When the government takes away the power from the state and given it to the people so they can control their own affairs.