"The war against illegal plunder
has been fought since the beginning of the world. But how is...
legal plunder to be identified?
Quite simply. See if the law takes from some persons what belongs to them,
and gives it to other persons
to whom it does not belong. See if the law benefits one citizen at
of another by doing what the
citizen himself cannot do without committing a crime.
Then abolish this law without
If such a law is not abolished
immediately it will spread, multiply and develop into a system."
Frederic Bastiat, French
author of The Law (1848)
Public Law 829 (77th Congress) Sec. 4(a) :
"The flag should never be displayed with the union
SAVE AS A SIGNAL OF DIRE DISTRESS"
THE UNAWARE ARE
THAT THEY ARE UNAWARE:
"The United States shall guarantee to every State in
Union a Republican Form of Government...."
A Beginners Guide to the New
Magna Carta document is adopted in England, guaranteeing liberties
to the English people,
and proclaiming basic rights and procedures which later become the
foundation stone of modern democracy.
the first of four voyages to the New World, funded by the Spanish Crown,
seeking a western sea route to Asia. On October 12, sailing the
Santa Maria, he lands in the Bahamas,
thinking it is an outlying Japanese island.
Columbus's arrival in the Americas
touched off a series of encounters between
and Europeans, that continues
to this day.
Italian navigator, Amerigo
Vespucci, sights the coast of South America during a voyage of
discovery for Spain.
The name "America" is first used in a geography book referring to
the New World with
Amerigo Vespucci getting credit for the discovery of the continent.
launches the Protestant Reformation in Europe, bringing an end to the sole
authority of the
Catholic Church, resulting in the growth of numerous Protestant
Politics of Obedience: Discourse of Voluntary Servitude,
by Éttiene de la Boétie, but not discovered and published
The first permanent European colony in North America is founded
at St. Augustine (Florida) by the Spanish.
The first English child, Virginia
is born in Roanoke, August 18. The "lost colony of Roanoke" is believed
been intermingled with Lumbee/Croation
The Lumbee don't entirely understand why people persist in calling
the Roanoke colony the "Lost Colony,"
since they left an explicit note telling where they were going (Croatian,
an island belonging to some friendly Indians)
and since the descendants of the Croatoan Cheraw were found some
50 years later speaking English, practicing
Christianity, and sporting about 75% of the last names the colonists
had brought with them.
The Rebellious Stripes
In July, the Sons
of Liberty, an underground organization opposed to the Stamp Act,
The flag of nine red and white
stripes that represented these "Sons of Liberty"
became known as the "Rebellious
in a number of colonial towns.
Its members use violence and intimidation to eventually force all
of the British stamp agents
In October, the Stamp Act Congress
convenes in New York City, with representatives from nine of
the colonies. The Congress prepares
to be sent to King George III and the English Parliament.
The petition requests the repeal
of the Stamp Act and the Acts of 1764. The petition asserts that
taxation without representation
violates the colonists' basic civil rights.
In December, British General
Thomas Gage, commander of all English military forces in America, asks
the New York assembly to make
colonists comply with the Quartering Act and house and supply his troops.
Also in December, the American
boycott of English imports spreads, as over 200 Boston
merchants join the movement.
First major Naval action of the
newly established Continental Navy.
This flag was used upon its
November 15, - Congress adopts
of Confederation as the government of the new
United States of America, pending
ratification by the individual states. Under the Articles,
Congress is the sole authority
of the new national government.
WINTER OF 1777- General Washington
claims to have a Prophetic vision of the future of America
The story of the occurrence
and the content of this vision was first published in the
U.S. war veteran's paper, "The
National Tribute" in December 1880
Great caution must be taken
in the acceptance of the authenticity of any visions or dreams of men.
The following vision, however,
does have some very remarkable factors which seem to be fully true to
U.S. history as well as to the
potential history of "today."
read Washington's vision: SON
OF THE REPUBLIC
King George III, Prince of
the United States ??? in 1783 ???
One has to wonder why 2 years after the war, a Peace
Treaty is signed.
Didn't we win the war against England?
Name the date that King George III signed a treaty
of surrender with
the United States admitting defeat.
Name the document that contains such an incredible
circumstance between these two warring nations.
There is no such document.
Even today, it is common in even the most remote parts
of England to refer to the
United States as "the Colonies".
The Treaty of 1783, totally contradicts our winning
the Revolutionary War.
In the first paragraph King George III refers
to himself as prince of the Holy Roman Empire
and of the United States. Keep in mind,
we beat him 2 years ago, how can he still be our king ?
This is a treaty of further granted privileges
from the king of England.
In the first article of the Treaty most of the kings
claims to America are relinquished,
except for his claim to continue receiving gold,
silver and copper as gain for his business venture.
(also see the Jay treaty of
If we had won the Revolutionary War, the king granting
us our land would not be
necessary, it would have been ours by his loss of
the Revolutionary War.
The war was never won. When Cornwallis surrendered
to Washington he surrendered the
battle, not the war.
Article of Capitulation signed by Cornwallis at Yorktown.
For more details on the Paris Treaty read:
UNITED STATES IS STILL A BRITISH COLONY
This will all start to make
sense towards the end of this page and the beginning of the next.
Stay with me.......................
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September 19, 1787
For the first time the proposed Constitution
is made public as printed copies of the
text are distributed. A storm of controversy soon
arises as most people had only expected a revision of the
Articles of Confederation, not a new central government
with similarities to the British system they
had just overthrown.
October 27, 1787 - The Federalists, who advocate a
strong central government and approval of the
new Constitution, begin publishing essays in favor
of ratification. Written by Alexander Hamilton,
James Madison and John Jay, the total number of articles
will eventually reach 85 and be compiled
and published as the Federalist
July 2, 1788
A formal announcement is made by the president of
Congress that the Constitution of the
United States is now in effect, having been ratified
by the required nine states.
Here is part of that $crewing
we got in 1783
The United States agreed to
pay 600,000 pounds sterling to King George III, as reparations for the
The Senate ratified the treaty in secret session and ordered that it
not be published.
grandson published it. Congress was outraged and passed the
and Sedition Acts (1798) so Federal judges could prosecute editors
and publishers for reporting the
truth about the government.
We had whipped the British and now our Senators had been bribed to
serve the British Monarchy and
betray the American people. That is subversion.
Treaty provoked a storm of controversy
(Jay was burned in effigy by
mobs of outraged Americans),
President Washington pressed
for ratification. The treaty passed the Senate in June, 1795.
The first U.S. Civil Flag of
Peacetime (Non-Military) was designed by
Oliver Wolcott; the Secretary
of the Treasury under John Adams.
was the Sons of Liberty 's flag
the Rebellious Stripes from
The practice of using the Civil
Flag became encoded in law in
1874 when Treasury Secretary
William. A. Richardson
required all customhouses(Non
Military Federal buildings) to display the Civil Flag.
The flag that we all fly today
(sign of military occupation)
is one of two Military Flags,
that we have all been
swindled into pledging allegiance
see PICK A FLAG next page,
on the little known flag
Senator Phillip Reed of Maryland proposes a "title
of nobility" Amendment
(History of Congress, Proceedings of the Senate, p.
The first version of the Titles Of Nobility Amendment
(or TONA) is read to the Senate.
Original 13th amendment:
"If any citizen of the United
States shall accept, claim, receive, or retain any
title of nobility or honour,
or shall without the consent of Congress,
accept and retain any present,
pension, office, or emolument of any
kind whatever, from any emperor,
king, prince, or foreign power,
such person shall cease to
be a citizen of the United States,
and shall be incapable of
holding any office of trust or
profit under them,or either
In terms familiar to the common
man, this might quite properly be called the use of bribes and graft by
individuals and powers foreign,
i.e. external, to the Congress of the United States to subvert the
constitutional process and suborn
our political system and the interests of WE THE PEOPLE.
April 9, 1865
Robert E. Lee surrenders at Appomattox.
Civil War Between the States ends.
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Appomattox Court House , Virginia 1865
Despite death threats, kidnapping plots and previous
attempts on his life,
no adequate explanation for the poor security surrounding
Abraham Lincoln is ever provided to a grieving American
Did Abe see the writing on the
"The money powers prey upon
the nation in times of peace and conspire against it in times of adversity.
It is more despotic than a monarchy,
more insolent than autocracy, and more selfish than bureaucracy.
It denounces as public enemies,
all who question it's methods or throw light upon it's crimes.
I have two great enemies, the
Southern Army in front of me and the Bankers in the rear.
Of the two, the one at my rear
is my greatest foe.. corporations have been enthroned and an era of
corruption in high places will
follow, and the money powers of the country will endeavor to prolong it's
reign by working upon the prejudices
of the people until the wealth is aggregated in the hands of a few,
and the Republic is destroyed."
Secretary of State William Seward announces ratification
of the "new" 13th Amendment,
(The amendment of 1864)
which loudly prohibits slavery (and quietly surrenders
States' Rights to the federal government).
The amendment of 1864 passes Congress. No protest is
made regarding the errant numbering as
Article XIII, and the proposal is passed in the absence
of 11 former southern states.
Congress shall have power
to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
The bad news:The
original 13th Amendment to our Constitution has been illegally removed
from publication. One intent of the Amendment was to prohibit the attorneys
of powerful European bankers
from holding office in America.
During the confusion of the War of 1812,when our capital records building
was burned, and the Civil War,
the bankers and lawyers removed the 13th Amendment, replacing it with
the Slave Amendment, which should
be the 14th.
This is the turning point, when
politicians opened the door for kickbacks and bribes.
of powerful European bankers, infested the political pool
like fleas on an un-bathed dog.
With the elimination of the
language from the original 13th amendment,
the fleas were no longer restricted
to the conditions expressed in it's structure.
There was no definitive, severe
consequence for violating the terms in the original.
With lawyers (some agents of
British bankers) infesting the political process, laws will now be written
to be beyond the comprehension of the common man.
The common man was to be the
one writing the laws:
The sowing of AmeriKa is a political reality.
The little known news: The
original amendment was NEVER PROPERLY REPEALED
by due constitutional process.
It is still the rule of law
of the Constitution.
Not that we pay any particular
All attorneys and judges who
claim the title “esquire,” a title of English nobility beneath knighthood
extended to professional men,
are incapable of holding public office under the Amendment. If enforced,
half the legislators in office
throughout America would be removed from office and stripped of their citizenship.
A partial list of influential
Americans who have been “honorably” knighted by the Queen of England
Henry Kissinger, Norman Schwarzkopf,
Colin Powell, Casper Weinberger,
Ronald Reagan, George Bush,
Sr., Rudy Giullani and Alan Greenspan.
If the real 13th Amendment were
enforced those men would be stripped of their citizenship
and would not be allowed to
hold positions of public trust.
Distortions, Contortions and
by tusk36: Altoona, Pennsylvania, USA
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