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Constitutional Thinking: American history: The road from a republic to democracy

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Part 4

As it turned out, the bankers weren’t done with the American people. Having them become a 14th Amendment citizens with birth certificates, drivers licenses, passports, etc. wasn’t enough. Taking your government, your land, your money, and your law, wasn’t enough. Changing the Constitution and making people liable rather than the States, and organizing us into a Democracy, wasn’t enough. 

Socialists told us our life was dangerous since we had no-one to take care of us in old age and hardship outside of our own family. Ignorant Americans signed on to a scheme that will eventually end in tragedy, the Social Security Act of 1935. It was controversial, of course, but upheld by a Supreme Court twice in 1937, that obviously did not read the Constitution. In an emergency, fear ruled.

The court said, since the government already took out money for income tax (another of their failures to read plain English even to protect their own interests), they allowed Social Security to stand. The first recipient put in 5 cents and got back 17 cents. Today, you don’t get back what you put in.

The worst part of Social Security is that when you sign up, you become a Federal employee and re-affirm your 14th amendment citizenship. You have contracted with them. In 1938, they took Social Security out of common law and put it into civil law and a continuous system.

1938 also saw the Administrative Procedures Act (APA) passed, allowing FDR to bring in his agencies to control everyone now becoming Federal personnel, and control the economy. We have grown to 480 departments and agencies in the Federal government, but our Congress can’t figure out anything to cut outside of government growth?

Those who tried to give us back our Republic or resist this tyranny, often meet a unpleasant end, as did John F. Kennedy when he wanted to give us our money back. Today, only Ron Paul shows that kind of courage, by proposing a competing currency for our Federal Reserve Notes (certificates of debt). 

Our problems go back to the Napoleonic Wars. England defeated France, and the Rothschild’s (and the City of London) became powerful. The United States was to be their next victim. We were set up as the shining light on the hill for all to copy, then, they did the switch on us. We have had interference from the very start, and probably a few of our Founders were in on the deal (Hamilton is a strong suspect).

King George financed both sides in the war. It appears they wanted to tie us to a debt that could not be paid back. These issues need a lot of study and thought. The debt was due in 1788, and has never been paid back.

Americans are now starting to understand that they have been living in a “fairy tale.” We thought our country was number one, and fighting for our freedom. Wrong. A good example of some the treachery committed is found in a letter Colonel Edward Mandel House (personal advisor to President Wilson and FDR, with close contacts to J.P. Morgan) wrote a letter to President Woodrow Wilson. Dr. Stanley Monteith retrieved it from The Intimate Papers of Col House, in the Yale library.

“Very soon every American will be required to register their biological property in a national system designed to keep track of people that will operate under the ancient system of ‘pledging.’ By such methodology, we can compel people to submit to our agenda which will affect our security as a chargeback for our fiat paper currency. Every American will be forced to register or suffer not being able to work or earn a living. They will be chattel, and we will hold the security interest over them forever by operation of the law merchant under the scheme of secured transactions.”

“Americans, by unknowingly or unwittingly delivering the bills of laden to us will be rendered bankrupt and insolvent forever to remain economic slaves through taxation secured by their pledges. They will be stripped of their rights, given a commercial value designed to make us a profit and they will be none the wiser, for not one man in a million could ever figure our plans out, and if by accident, one or two would figure it out, we have our arsenal – plausible deniability.”

“After all, this is the only logical way to fund government, by floating liens and debts to the registrants in the form of benefits and privileges. This will inevitably reap to us huge profits beyond our wildest expectations and leave every American a contributor to this fraud, which we will call social insurance.” It looks like their plan is working. Next week: The rest of this shocking letter and the series wrap up. 


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