Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Federal Government Seceded From the States; the Constitution in 1913 Forwarded From Erasmus Nov. 19, 2012

Federal Government Seceded From the States; the Constitution in 1913

Federal Government Seceded a Long Time Ago, way Before Obama Took Office. The Federal Government Seceded when the Federal Reserve Bank was Created.

In 1861.

The Federal government seceded from the states and our constitution first. The southern states broke away from the union. The reason is, the Federal government broke the compact or contract. The Federal government overstepped their boundaries in the Constitution. Southern States seceding had nothing to do with slavery. It had everything to do with states’ rights.

In 1913.

The 16th and 17th Amendment were announced ratified, without three-fourths of the states. The Federal Reserve act passed on Christmas eve in 1913. It happened in the dark of night when Congress was in recess. A handful of congressmen and senators, by a voice vote, passed this backdoor legislation. President Woodrow Wilson signed the bill into law. The Federal government seceded from the Constitution for the bankers.

The Federal government seceded from the Constitution, when they turned the power of congress coining of money and monetary policy over to a private central bank. It is almost 100 years later. This Private, central bank has been the source of trouble to our economy.
in 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt overstepped his powers and signed an executive order making it illegal for the American people to own gold. The Federal government seceded from the Constitution making it illegal to own gold. This is the currency of the constitution, now made illegal.
FDR signed into law the Federal Firearms act and the National Firearms Act starting to chip away at the second Amendment in our Bill of Rights. A real dangerous precedent FDR did, also, was placing Japanese Americans in interment camps. They were denied the right of Habeas Corpus or the right of due process, under fifth amendment in the Bill of Rights. FDR abused the power of the executive branch. The federal government seceded from the separation of powers that placed checks and balances on all three branches of government.
The Federal Government seceded from the people, the states and the constitution, for most of the 20th century and all of the new millennium. Most Presidents, since President Wilson, have all seceded from our republican form of government, under the guise of war powers or a national emergency. They claimed implied powers not in the constitution.
We cannot pin the blame all on Obama. George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, Reagan, Carter, Nixon, Johnson, Kennedy, Eisenhower, Truman, FDR, Hoover; all have seceded from the Constitution one way or the other. They all assumed authority, usurping the power of congress, the states and the courts.
This is why the states must secede and dissolve the Federal government that has been taken over by the bankers and the UN. States can have self-government or start a new confederacy under the articles of confederation which is not repealed.
Our nation is in trouble. The Federal government has been taken over, by foreign interest, with intent to take us down. This is the Federal government seceding from our original form of government. To say we are leaving the union, we do not go to the White House to leave the union. We go to our state legislatures to move for a political divorce from Washington DC.
If the state legislature will not listen to nullification or secession, then we hold a special election to remove them from power. We can place people in office responding to the will of the people. It is clear the people want a political divorce from the Federal government. Washington has seceded a long time ago from the states, the people and our Constitution, since the Federal government has no intentions of ceasing and desisting the abuse of power. They have broken the contract, long ago.
States must stop acting like the victim suffering from battered spouse syndrome, when we are abused. As a man who beats his wife has abandoned the vows made before God, the Federal government, that abuses the people and the states, has abandoned the compact made under the Constitution. We see the Federal government seceded from the principles that made our country great.
The people of the several states have to overcome battered wives syndrome. The states can survive without the federal government. We can live without the IRS and the Federal Reserve Bank. Our healthcare system will do better without Obamacare. We do not need the TSA to feel safe traveling. We do not need Homeland Security to support our national security needs. We do better on our own. We are a very capable of self-government. We can govern ourselves without Washingtons’ help. Why do we need this abusive Federal government, anymore?
(this above has been slightly amended from what's at the link)



1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So what? Don't mean nothin'. The feds will do anything they want and there ain't nothing you can do about it. 99% of Americans are braindead and could care less.