January 18, 2020

The POTUS Has Always Had Dictatorial Powers The U.S. Congress is a JOKE

Patrick Henry, Powers of a King Speech June 7, 1788

I have thought, and still think, that a full investigation of the actual situation of America ought to precede any decision of this great and important question. That Government is no more than a choice among evils, is acknowledged by the most intelligent among mankind, and has been a standing maxim for ages. If it be demonstrated that the adoption of the new plan is a little or a trifling evil, then, Sir, I acknowledge that adoption ought to follow: But, Sir, if this be a truth that its adoption may entail misery on the free people of this country, I then insist that rejection ought to follow. Gentlemen strongly urge its adoption will be a mighty benefit to us: But, Sir, I am made of such incredulous materials that assertions and declarations, do not satisfy me. I must be convinced, Sir. I shall retain my infidelity on that subject, till I see our liberties secured in a manner perfectly satisfactory to my understanding…
You are told [by Governor Randolph] there is no peace, although you fondly flatter yourselves that all is peace— No peace— a general cry and alarm in the country — Commerce, riches, and wealth, vanished— Citizens going to seek comforts in other parts of the world — Laws insulted — Many instances of tyrannical legislation. These things, Sir, are new to me. He has made the discovery — As to the administration of justice, I believe that failures in commerce, etc. cannot be attributed to it. My age enables me to recollect its progress under the old Government. I can justify it by saying, that it continues in the same manner in this State, as it did under the former government. As to other parts of the Continent, I refer that to other Gentlemen. As to the ability of those who administer it, I believe they would not suffer by a comparison with those who administered it under the royal authority. Where is the cause of complaint if the wealthy go away? Is this added to the other circumstances, of such enormity, and does it bring such danger over this Commonwealth as to warrant so important, and so awful a change in so precipitate a manner? As to insults offered to the laws, I know of none.

In this respect, I believe this Commonwealth would not suffer by a comparison with the former Government. The laws are as well executed, and as patiently acquiesced in, as they were under the royal administration. Compare the situation of the country – Compare that of our citizens to what they were then, and decide whether persons and property are not as safe and secure as they were at that time. Is there a man in this Commonwealth, whose person can be insulted with impunity? Cannot redress be had here for personal insults or injuries, as well as in any part of the world – as well as in those countries where Aristocrats and Monarchs triumph and reign? Is not the protection of property in full operation here? The contrary cannot with truth be charged on this Commonwealth. Those severe charges which are exhibited against it, appear to me totally groundless. On a fair investigation, we shall be found to be surrounded by no real dangers.

We have the animating fortitude and persevering alacrity of republican men, to carry us through misfortunes and calamities. ‘Tis the fortune of a republic to be able to withstand the stormy ocean of human vicissitudes. I know of no danger awaiting us. Public and private security are to be found here in the highest degree. Sir, it is the fortune of a free people, not to be intimidated by imaginary dangers. Fear is the passion of slaves. Our political and natural hemisphere are now equally tranquil. Let us recollect the awful magnitude of the subject of our deliberation. Let us consider the latent consequences of an erroneous decision— and let not our minds be led away by unfair misrepresentations and uncandid suggestions. There have been many instances of uncommon lenity and temperance used in the exercise of power in this Commonwealth. I could call your recollection to many that happened during the war and since —- But every Gentleman here must be apprized of them. …

I have said that I thought this a Consolidated Government: I will now prove it. Will the great rights of the people be secured by this Government? Suppose it should prove oppressive, how can it be altered? Our Bill of Rights declares, “That a majority of the community hath an undubitableunalienable, and indefeasible right to reform, alter, or abolish it, in such manner as shall be judged most conducive to the public weal.” I have just proved that one tenth, or less, of the people of America, a most despicable minority may prevent this reform or alteration. Suppose the people of Virginia should wish to alter their Government; can a majority of them do it? No, because they are connected with other men; or, in other words, consolidated with other States: When the people of Virginia at a future day shall wish to alter their Government, though they should be unanimous in this desire, yet they may be prevented therefrom by a despicable minority at the extremity of the United States: The founders of your own Constitution made your Government changeable: But the power of changing it is gone from you! Whither is it gone?

It is placed in the same hands that hold the rights of twelve other States; and those who hold those rights have right and power to keep them: It is not the particular Government of Virginia: One of the leading features of that Government is, that a majority can alter it, when necessary for the public good. This Government is not a Virginian but an American government. Is it not therefore, a Consolidated Government? The sixth clause of your Bill of Rights tells you, “That elections of members to serve as Representatives of the people in Assembly, ought to be free, and that all men having sufficient evidence of permanent common interest with, and attachment to the community, have the right of suffrage, and cannot be taxed or deprived of their property for public uses, without their own consent, or that of their Representatives so elected, nor bound by any law to which they have not in like manner assented for the public good.”

But what does this Constitution say? The clause under consideration gives an unlimited and unbounded power of taxation: Suppose every delegate from Virginia opposes a law laying a tax, what will it avail? They are opposed by a majority: Eleven members can destroy their efforts: Those feeble ten cannot prevent the passing the most oppressive tax law. So that in direct opposition to the spirit and express language of your Declaration of Rights, you are taxed not by your own consent, but by people who have no connection with you. The next clause of the Bill of Rights tells you, “That all power of suspending law, or the execution of laws, by any authority without the consent of the Representatives of the people, is injurious to their rights, and ought not to be exercised.”

This tells us that there can be no suspension of Government, or laws without our own consent: Yet this Constitution can counteract and suspend any of our laws, that contravene its oppressive operation; for they have the power of direct taxation; which suspends our Bill of Rights; and it is expressly provided, that they can make all laws necessary for carrying their powers into execution; and it is declared paramount to the laws and constitutions of the States.

Consider how the only remaining defence we have left is destroyed in this manner. Besides the expenses of maintaining the Senate and other House in as much splendor as they please, there is to be a great and mighty President, with very extensive powers; the powers of a King:

He is to be supported in extravagant magnificence: So that the whole of our property may be taken by this American Government, by laying what taxes they please, giving themselves what salaries they please, and suspending our laws at their pleasure: I might be thought too inquisitive, but I believe I should take up but very little of your time in enumerating the little power that is left to the Government of Virginia; for this power is reduced to little or nothing: Their garrisons, magazines, arsenals, and forts, which will be situated in the strongest places within the States: Their ten miles square, with all the fine ornaments of human life, added to their powers, and taken from the States, will reduce the power of the latter to nothing. The voice of tradition, I trust, will inform posterity of our struggles for freedom:

If our descendants be worthy the name of Americans, they will preserve, and hand down to their latest posterity, the transactions of the present times; and though, I confess, my exclamations are not worthy the hearing, they will see that I have done my utmost to preserve their liberty: For I never will give up the power of direct taxation, but for a scourge: I am willing to give it conditionally; that is, after non-compliance with requisitions. I will do more, Sir, and what I hope will convince the most skeptical man, that I am a lover of the American Union, that in case Virginia shall not make punctual payment, the control of our custom houses, and the whole regulation of trade, shall be given to Congress, and that Virginia shall depend on Congress even for passports, till Virginia shall have paid the last farthing; and furnished the last soldier: Nay, Sir, there is another alternative to which I would consent: Even that they should strike us out of the Union, and take away from us all federal privileges till we comply with federal requisitions; but let it depend upon our own pleasure to pay our money in the most easy manner for our people.

Were all the States, more terrible than the mother country, to join against us, I hope Virginia could defend herself; but, Sir, the dissolution of the Union is most abhorrent to my mind: The first thing I have at heart is American liberty; the second thing is American Union; and I hope the people of Virginia will endeavor to preserve that Union: The increasing population of the southern States, is far greater than that of New-England: Consequently, in a short time, they will be far more numerous than the people of that country: Consider this, and you will find this State more particularly interested to support American liberty, and not bind our posterity by an improvident relinquishment of our rights. I would give the best security for a punctual compliance with requisitions; but I beseech Gentlemen, at all hazards, not to give up this unlimited power of taxation: The Honorable Gentleman has told us that these powers given to Congress, are accompanied by a Judiciary which will connect all: On examination you will find this very Judiciary oppressively constructed; your jury trial destroyed, and the Judges dependent on Congress. In this scheme of energetic Government, the people will find two sets of tax-gatherers — the State and the Federal Sheriffs.

This it seems to me will produce such dreadful oppression, as the people cannot possibly bear: The Federal Sheriff may commit what oppression, make what distresses he pleases, and ruin you with impunity: For how are you to tie his hands? Have you any sufficiently decided means of preventing him from sucking your blood by speculations, commissions and fees? Thus thousands of your people will be most shamefully robbed: Our State Sheriffs, those unfeeling blood-suckers, have, under the watchful eye of our Legislature, committed the most horrid and barbarous ravages on our people: It has required the most constant vigilance of the Legislature to keep them from totally ruining the people: A repeated succession of laws has been made to suppress their iniquitous speculations and cruel extortions; and as often has their nefarious ingenuity devised methods of evading the force of those laws: In the struggle they have generally triumphed over the Legislature. It is a fact that lands have been sold for five shillings, which were worth one hundred pounds: If Sheriffs thus immediately under the eye of our State Legislature and Judiciary, have dared to commit these outrages, what would they not have done if their masters had been at Philadelphia or New York?

If they perpetrate the most unwarrantable outrage on your person or property, you cannot get redress on this side of Philadelphia or New York: and how can you get it there? If your domestic avocations could permit you to go thither, there you must appeal to Judges sworn to support this Constitution, in opposition to that of any State, and who may also be inclined to favor their own officers: When these harpies are aided by excisemen, who may search at any time your houses and most secret recesses, will the people bear it? If you think so you differ from me: Where I thought there was a possibility of such mischiefs, I would grant power with a niggardly hand; and here there is a strong probability that these oppressions shall actually happen. I may be told, that it is safe to err on that side; because such regulations may be made by Congress as shall restrain these officers, and because laws are made by our Representatives, and judged by righteous Judges: But, Sir, as these regulations may be made, so they may not; and many reasons there are to induce a belief that they will not: I shall therefore be an infidel on that point till the day of my death.

This Constitution is said to have beautiful features; but when I come to examine these features, Sir, they appear to me horribly frightful: Among other deformities, it has an awful squinting; it squints towards monarchy: And does not this raise indignation in the breast of every American? Your President may easily become King: Your Senate is so imperfectly constructed that your dearest rights may be sacrificed by what may be a small minority; and a very small minority may continue forever unchangeably this Government, although horridly defective: Where are your checks in this Government?

Your strong holds will be in the hands of your enemies: It is on a supposition that our American Governors shall be honest, that all the good qualities of this Government are founded: But its defective, and imperfect construction, puts it in their power to perpetrate the worst of mischiefs, should they be bad men: And, Sir, would not all the world, from the Eastern to the Western hemisphere, blame our distracted folly in resting our rights upon the contingency of our rulers being good or bad. Shew me that age and country where the rights and liberties of the people were placed on the sole chance of their rulers being good men, without a consequent loss of liberty? I say that the loss of that dearest privilege has ever followed with absolute certainty, every such mad attempt. If your American chief, be a man of ambition, and abilities, how easy is it for him to render himself absolute: The army is in his hands, and, if he be a man of address, it will be attached to him; and it will be the subject of long meditation with him to seize the first auspicious moment to accomplish his design; and, Sir, will the American spirit solely relieve you when this happens? I would rather infinitely, and I am sure most of this Convention are of the same opinion, have a King, Lords, and Commons, than a Government so replete with such insupportable evils.

If we make a King, we may prescribe the rules by which he shall rule his people, and interpose such checks as shall prevent him from infringing them: But the President, in the field, at the head of his army, can prescribe the terms on which he shall reign master, so far that it will puzzle any American ever to get his neck from under the galling yoke. I cannot with patience, think of this idea. If ever he violates the laws, one of two things will happen: He shall come at the head of his army to carry every thing before him; or, he will give bail, or do what Mr. Chief Justice will order him. If he be guilty, will not the recollection of his crimes teach him to make one bold push for the American throne? Will not the immense difference between being master of every thing, and being ignominiously tried and punished, powerfully excite him to make this bold push? But, Sir, where is the existing force to punish him? Can he not at the head of his army beat down every opposition? Away with your President, we shall have a King: The army will salute him Monarch; your militia will leave you and assist in making him King, and fight against you: And what have you to oppose this force? What will then become of you and your rights? Will not absolute despotism ensue? [Here Mr. Henry strongly and pathetically expatiated on the probability of the President’s enslaving America and the horrid consequences that must result.]

What can be more defective than the clause concerning the elections? — The control given to Congress over the time, place, and manner of holding elections, will totally destroy the end of suffrage. The elections may be held at one place, and the most inconvenient in the State; or they may be at remote distances from those who have a right of suffrage: Hence nine out of ten must either not vote at all, or vote for strangers: For the most influential characters will be applied to, to know who are the most proper to be chosen. I repeat, that the control of Congress over the manner, etc. of electing, well warrants this idea. The natural consequence will be, that this democratic branch, will possess none of the public confidence: The people will be prejudiced against Representatives chosen in such an injudicious manner.

The proceedings in the northern conclave will be hidden from the yeomanry of this country: We are told that the yeas and nays shall be taken, and entered on the journals. This, Sir, will avail nothing: It may be locked up in their chests, and concealed forever from the people; for they are not to publish what parts they think require secrecy: They may think, and will think, the whole requires it. Another beautiful feature of this Constitution is the publication from time to time of the receipts and expenditures of the public money. This expression, from time to time, is very indefinite and indeterminate: It may extend to a century. Grant that any of them are wicked, they may squander the public money so as to ruin you, and yet this expression will give you no redress. I say, they may ruin you;— for where, Sir, is the responsibility?

The yeas and nays will shew you nothing, unless they be fools as well as knaves: For after having wickedly trampled on the rights of the people, they would act like fools indeed, were they to public and divulge their iniquity, when they have it equally in their power to suppress and conceal it. — Where is the responsibility — that leading principle in the British government? In that government a punishment, certain and inevitable, is provided: But in this, there is no real actual punishment for the grossest maladministration. They may go without punishment, though they commit the most outrageous violation on our immunities. That paper may tell me they will be punished. I ask, by what law? They must make the law — for there is no existing law to do it. What — will they make a law to punish themselves?

This, Sir, is my great objection to the Constitution, that there is no true responsibility — and that the preservation of our liberty depends on the single chance of men being virtuous enough to make laws to punish themselves. In the country from which we are descended, they have real, and not imaginary, responsibility — for there, maladministration has cost their heads, to some of the most saucy geniuses that ever were. The Senate, by making treaties may destroy your liberty and laws for want of responsibility. Two-thirds of those that shall happen to be present, can, with the President, make treaties, that shall be the supreme law of the land: They may make the most ruinous treaties; and yet there is no punishment for them. Whoever shows me a punishment provided for them, will oblige me. So, Sir, notwithstanding there are eight pillars, they want another. Where will they make another? I trust, Sir, the exclusion of the evils wherewith this system is replete, in its present form, will be made a condition, precedent to its adoption, by this or any other State.

The transition from a general unqualified admission to offices, to a consolidation of government, seems easy; for though the American States are dissimilar in their structure, this will assimilate Them: this, Sir, is itself a strong consolidating feature, and is not one of the least dangerous in that system. Nine states are sufficient to establish this government over those nine. Imagine that nine have come into it. Virginia has certain scruples. Suppose she will consequently, refuse to join with those States: — May not they still continue in friendship and union with her? If she sends her annual requisitions in dollars, do you think their stomachs will be so squeamish as to refuse her dollars? Will they not accept her regiments? They would intimidate you into an inconsiderate adoption, and frighten you with ideal evils, and that the Union shall be dissolved. ‘Tis a bugbear, Sir:—

The fact is, Sir, that the eight adopting States can hardly stand on their own legs. Public fame tells us that the adopting States have already heart-burnings and animosity, and repent their precipitate hurry: This, Sir, may occasion exceeding great mischief. When I reflect on these and many other circumstances, I must think those States will be fond to be in confederacy with us. If we pay our quota of money annually, and furnish our ratable number of men, when necessary, I can see no danger from a rejection….

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I’d say Mr. Henry fully understood the COTUS.. And now history speaks for itself.

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Draconian Tyrannical Cleverness Laid Bare

The Law of Nations and the moral perfectability of mankind are of course notions of a fictitious nature… The Game of Fools is the belief in ‘fictitious entities’, such as corporations. But it is more foolish to believe in the prime fictitious entity; the customary and traditional commandments of man made ‘government’. A law unto themselves. The historical record proves a 100% failure rate.. Silly Determinists want to try it again…

The facts about the law of nations and international law exposing the COTUS for what that political charter in reality is, is not a communist plot to destroy the COTUS or the republican minimalist form of government that document allegedly represented. The Posterity does not want to destroy their authority over their slave plantation. Constitutiones or Constitutio in Black’s Law means “Roman Imperial Law”….therefore Constitutions were passed for centuries by Caesars and Kings…and Popes. Any man contracted to and indebted to in any Representative System has accepted a Limited Liability way of life; they are not practicing freedom, they are being subjugated by Aristocrats. By the actual legal bloodlines Posterity of the original signatories whom founded that politically chartered Representative System.. In this particular Representative System, the owners of the system own all properties.. Pay off a piece of land and they still send their wolves to your door for tribute don’t they? And if you can’t pay the tribute they take you off that land.. Thats hardly freedom and is certainly not worth fighting over… Here’s the basis of your communitarian society right out of the document used to establish the COTUS slave colony Plantation;

The Taxation Mere User fee keeps on getting higher and higher…Lawfulness of the Law of Nations concerning societies as well…

“The ultimate ownership of all property is in the State; Individual so-called “ownership” is only by virtue of Government, i.e., law, amounting to mere user; and use must be in accordance with law and subordinate to the necessities of the State.” Senate Document #43; SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 62 [Pg 9, para 2] April 17, 1933.

The U.S. has been implementing the Law of Nations and International Law..

The COTUS states that International Law is the Supreme Law of the land. Thus International law = Jurisdiction thus ‘Jurisdiction refers to the power of a state to affect persons, property, and circumstances within its territory.’ Thus to manage private and public properties to the benefit of the state..

The Bill of Rights never was the Supreme Law of the Land.. Just the placement of and amending process places that Bill in the subservient legal position of the International Law and of the COTUS.. The Unionization of the estates-now the fifty Colonies to one sovereign, the Congress acting as plenipotentiary’s to a supreme sovereign authority.. Now who could that be… It is the Vatican..

Book 2 law of nations § 81. The property of the citizens is the property of the nation, with respect to foreign nations.
Even the property of the individuals is, in the aggregate, to be considered as the property of the nation, with respect to other states. It, in some sort, really belongs to her, from the right she has over the property of her citizens, because it constitutes a part of the sum total of her riches, and augments her power. She is interested in that property by her obligation to protect all her members. In short, it cannot be otherwise, since nations act and treat together as bodies in their quality of political societies, and are considered as so many moral persons. All those who form a society, a nation being considered by foreign nations as constituting only one whole, one single person, — all their wealth together can only be considered as the wealth of that same person.

That means All property thus all of the FRNs in your pocket belongs to them, they’re simply taking a fee for you using their property.. And the fee keeps going up and up and up…

“The law of nations is the law of sovereigns. It is principally for them, and for their ministers, that it ought to be written. All mankind are indeed interested in it; and, in a free country, the study of its maxims is a proper employment for every citizen; but it would be of little consequence to impart the knowledge of it only to private individuals, who are not called to the councils of nations, and who have no influence in directing the public measures. If the conductors of slates, if all those who are employed in public affairs, condescended to apply seriously to the study of a science which ought to be their law, and, as it were, the compass by which to steer their course, what happy effects might we not expect from a good treatise on the law of nations! We every day feel the advantages of a good body of laws in civil society: — the law of nations is, in point of importance, as much superior to the civil law, as the proceedings of nations and sovereigns are more momentous in their consequences than those of private persons….”
“…But fatal experience too plainly proves how little regard those who are at the head of affairs pay to the dictates of justice, in conjunctures where they hope to find their advantage. Satisfied with bestowing their attention on a system of politics which is often false, since often unjust, the generality of them think they have done enough when they have thoroughly studied that. Nevertheless, we may truly apply to states a maxim which has long been acknowledged as true with respect to individuals, — that the best and safest policy is that which is founded on virtue. Cicero, as a great master in the art of government as in eloquence and philosophy, does not content himself with rejecting the vulgar maxim, that “a state cannot be happily governed without committing injustice;” he even proceeds so far as to lay down the very reverse of the proposition as an invariable truth, and maintains, that “without a strict attention to the most rigid justice, public affairs cannot be advantageously administered.”

Providence occasionally bestows on the world kings and ministers whose minds are impressed with this great truth. Let us not renounce the pleasing hope that the number of those wise conductors of nations will one day be multiplied; and in the interim let us, each in his own sphere, exert our best efforts to accelerate the happy period.” ~ [Emmerich de Vattel, The Law of Nations]

Law Of Nations
§ 32. It may reform the government. If any nation is dissatisfied with the public administration, it may apply the necessary remedies, and reform the government. But observe that I say “the nation;” for I am very far from meaning to authorize a few malcontents or incendiaries to give disturbance to their governors by exciting murmurs and seditions. None but the body of a nation have a right to check those at the helm when they abuse their power. When the nation is silent and obeys, the people are considered as approving the conduct of their superiors, or at least finding it supportable; and it is not the business of a small number of citizens to put the state in danger, under the pretense of reforming it.
§ 33. And may change the constitution. In virtue of the same principles, it is certain that it the nation is uneasy under its constitution, it has a right to change it. There can be no difficulty in the case, if the whole nation be unanimously inclined to make this change. But it is asked, what is to be done if the people are divided? In the ordinary management of the state, the opinion of the majority must pass without dispute for that of the whole nation: otherwise it would be almost impossible for the society ever to take any resolution. It appears then, by parity of reasoning, that a nation may change the constitution of the state by a majority of voles; and whenever there is nothing in this change that can be considered as contrary to the act of civil association, or to the intention of those united under it, the whole are bound to conform to the resolution of the majority. (22) But if the question be, to quit a form of government to which alone it appeared that the people were willing to submit on their entering into the bonds of society, — if the greater part of a free people, after the example of the Jews in the time of Samuel, are weary of liberty, and resolved to submit to the authority of a {sovereign} monarch, — those citizens who are more jealous of that privilege, so invaluable to those who have tasted it, though obliged to suffer the majority to do as they please, are under no obligation at all to submit to the new government: they may quit a society which seems to have dissolved itself in order to unite again under another form: they have a right to retire elsewhere, to sell their lands, and take with them all their effects.
Law of Nations; or, Principles of the law of Nature: applied to the conduct and affairs of nations and sovereigns –1750 – Emerich. de Vattel

Article I Section 8 – Powers of Congress ~ To define and punish Piracies and Felonies committed on the high Seas, and Offenses against the Law of Nations;
Do you know what the Offences against the Law of Nations are? If not, how do you know what your duties and obligations as a citizen are? I invite you all to ask around. Ask any of the Constitutionalists if they have ever read the Law of Nations. Because when the Framers referenced this book, by mere reference to it they incorporated the entire Law of Nations into the Constitution.

Article VI – Debts, Supremacy, Oaths ~ All Debts contracted and Engagements entered into, before the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United States under this Constitution, as under the Confederation.
Meaning there is no disputing the debts of the United States.


~ This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.

Meaning they knew they were going to be passing more laws and signing Treaties with other Nations, and all of these treaties in international law, shall be the supreme “Law of the Land”, and the Judges are upholding international law and upholding the Constitution when they do.

Article I Section 8 – Powers of Congress

~ To make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, and all other Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States, or in any Department or Officer thereof.


What is “necessary and proper”? Anything they want it to mean. There is no such thing as an unconstitutional law because if it got passed it had to be “necessary and proper”.

“The ultimate authority denoted by the term “sovereignty” also has both an internal and an external aspect. Internally, state sovereignty designates effective legal and political authority over a determinate state territory and its inhabitants. From an external perspective, state sovereignty primarily denotes both a substantial level of freedom from control or interference by external authorities and a recognized capacity to enter into contracts and treaties with other states.” – Sovereignty and the common good, International Journal of Constitutional Law Vol 17, Issue 1 January 2019

What do those clever word and term sovereigns have everyone doing? Advocating for a continuation of how things really are. Advocating for slavery, being bondmen under the subjugation of freemen. Advocating for documents of slavery, namely the constitution of the U.S. and of the UNEP and Earth Charter/CONTRACT tome’s which are depopulation plans for bondmen.. Sustainable Development for a continuation of how things are, to preserve sustain their power and ownership of all this earth..

Having all of these tomes the correct claim would be having a sound education concerning the customs and traditions commandments of men is essential in determining the lawlessness of natural men in nature versus the lawfulness of men spiritually awakened to the discerned truthfulness of the Almighty H410 EL..

All through the historical record citizens have been slaves under the Law of Hammurabi Babylonian judgment system. Throughout history the judgment and the captivity of israel is always by Babylonian captivity. It doesn’t matter if it’s Summeria, Egypt, Rome, Greece or the U.K. US. U.N. Babylonian System, it’s always the same system of codes and statutes and that’s the code of the dead. Not living in the Law of the Most High H410 God EL.. The system of men is lawlessness..

[Sylvester, supra note 55, at 67; see also Stewart Jay, The Status of the Law of Nations in Early American Law, 42 VAND. L. REV. 819, 823 (1989) (“In ascertaining principles of the law of nations, lawyers and judges of that era relied heavily on continental treatise writers, Vattel being the most often consulted by Americans. An essential part of a sound legal education consisted of reading Vattel, Grotius, Pufendorf, and Burlamaqui, among others.”).]

Casuistry/sophism is an aspect of a piece of political philosophy for political purpose writing that is deliberately written so that the average reader will understand it as saying one (“exoteric”) thing but the special few for whom it is intended will grasp its real (“esoteric”) meaning. We could call it Double Speak. Only it’s much worse. It’s to easy to decode the Double Speak so they’ve implemented English Hebrew Alphanumerical coding into their clever communications. Somebody might want to tell the English Anglish literal experts..

What needs to be thoroughly appreciated is this, Political Charters Create Corporate Countries As Fictions and has done so for centuries.. The Politically Chartered Corporate Countries are therefore, The Great Trading Corporations of their Owners, the Signatories and their Posterity. Societies within societies via a pecking order of political charters.. It all goes right back to that Law of Nations.. And the status between sovereigns and citizens serving them.. If it can be found it is worth the read;

A treatise on the law of private corporations by Elliott, Charles B. (Charles Burke), 1861-1935; Abbott, Howard S. (Howard Strickland), 1864-1944
Published 1911..

The word country is synonymous with the word corporation.. The citizen is The juristic person, ‘the juristic person’ will always remain a fiction attaching itself to the fictitious jurisdictional territory belonging to the Sovereign Owners of a personally owned private fictitious trading corporate country as a business, regardless of the wishful thinking of mere respected opinion. Opinion being of course the fictitious imaginings of an individual, whether or not that fiction is shared by others. For the ‘juristic person’ to attach to those to be found in the physical world under the authority of ‘true’ Natural Law and its true Rule of Law, requires their ‘membership’ to the traditions-of-men whose traditions are, of course, merely fictions; and that would require individuals to ‘knowingly’ consent to membership. UNFORTUNATELY ‘knowing consent’ should necessitate ‘full-disclosure’ for there to be legitimacy in not falling foul of conditions that nullify and void (null and void) any arrangements entered into without it.. This is not the case.. Once snared it is extremely difficult to release oneself..

The laws of the above ground locusts serving the Angel of the Bottomless Pit..

Where does President Donald Trump and the world’s mainstream, media, academia, and publishing, feature in this alleged historical picture of “freedom”? President Donald Trump’s job like previous Presidents and with all U.S. politicians past and present, together with the world’s mainstream false history gate-keepers and false alternative news opposition, is to simply, consistently, and continuously, deflect this societies and that of the world’s attention by providing distractions to prevent people from scrutinizing and understanding the true workings of Politically Chartered Power and its ambitions by keeping them busy with inconsequential nonsense, as and when it is expedient to do so, including having to use out-right lies to prevent people seeing implemented changes that are fundamentally detrimental to their well-being. It’s a private business, that has no duty of openness to non members.. Citizens are property.. They owe you nothing.. Not even an honest explanation of who and what they are..

“We have discovered a location in America that contains all of the occult symbols we just covered- in one place. This is the manifestation of Lucifer’s spiritual minions working through unwitting human vessels, creating a monument to display his temporary global dominance of Earth. Which will ultimately culminate in his short-term One World Government spoken of in the Bible, known simply as the New World Order. You need to find Jesus before the calamities strike, for they will strike fierccely and suddenly- and out of the ashes of America shall arise this New Order of the Ages (NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM).” —Jon Kleck

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Intentional Not a Mistake

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Flat Earth Court Case FINALLY done after plaintiff tries to sue THREE times

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How Dare You Hide the U.N. Environmental DEPOPULATION Policies Behind Your Child Actress Appeals to Emotions Mouth Pieces

The liars are cowards…

The Climate Change experts can’t prove their case so they hide behind their child mouth pieces because it’s a great appeals to emotions strategy that works excellently for the dumbed down enough to buy into it…

The Council of Trent, Law of Hammurabi=INTERNATIONAL LAW, Law of Nations used to Establish the U.S., Family of Nations, League of Nations, U.K. U.S. Atlantic Chartered United Nations.. One big happy Satanic Family..

Article I Section 8 – Powers of Congress ~ To define and punish Piracies and Felonies committed on the high Seas, and Offenses against the Law of Nations; when the Framers referenced this book, by mere reference to it they incorporated the entire Law of Nations into the Constitution.

Article VI – Debts, Supremacy, Oaths ~ All Debts contracted and Engagements entered into, before the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United States under this Constitution, as under the Confederation.
~ This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.

Meaning they knew they were going to be passing more laws and signing Treaties with other Nations, and all of these treaties in international law, shall be the supreme “Law of the Land”, and the Judges are upholding international law and upholding the Constitution when they do.

There’s their world government staring you in the face.. It’s always been right there.. The Talmudic Kabbalah Babylonian Law of Hammurabi International Law.. World Government..

Time to get a clue.

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Human Host Body World System A Slave Colony

This world is a politically chartered mess. COUNCIL OF TRENT, Law of Nations, Family of Nations, League of Nations, United Nations.. Law of Hammurabi on steroids. A politically chartered {K}nightmare.. Talmudic Kabbalah Customs and Traditions Commandments of men.. Licentious insane asylum. The COTUS is no exception nor was it exceptional. All the same. They’re busted. It’s ALL a licentious slave Colony.

The Bible is perfection.

And what does the COTUS say? International law, shall be the supreme “Law of the Land”, and the Judges are upholding international law and upholding the Constitution when they do. And what did they use to implement their COTUS? To define and punish Piracies and Felonies committed on the high Seas, and Offenses against the Law of Nations. by mere reference to it they incorporated the entire Law of Nations into the COTUS.. I call it Romes Elements of Ecclesiastical Disasters.

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The Natural Man Isn’t Your Friend

1 Corinthians 2:14 But the natural man perceiveth not the things of the Spirit of EL: for they are foolishness unto him, neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.

We know all to well about getting stabbed in the back here..

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Isaiah 60

Isaiah 60 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

60 3 The Gentiles shall come to the knowledge of the Gospel.?8 They shall come to the Church in abundance.?16 They shall have abundance though they suffer for a time.

Arise, O Jerusalem; be bright, for thy [a]light is come, and the glory of the Lord is risen upon thee.

For behold, darkness shall cover the [b]earth, and gross darkness the people; but the Lord shall arise upon thee, and his glory shall be seen upon thee.

And the Gentiles shall walk in [c]thy light, and Kings at the brightness of thy rising up.

Lift up thine eyes round about, and behold: all [d]these are gathered, and come to thee: thy sons shall come from far, and thy daughters shall be nourished at thy side.

Then thou shalt see and shine: thine heart shall be astonied [e]and enlarged, because the multitude of the sea shall be converted unto thee, and the riches of the Gentiles shall come unto thee.

The [f]multitude of camels shall cover thee: and the dromedaries of Midian and of Ephah: all they of Sheba shall come: they shall bring gold and incense, and show forth the praises of the Lord.

All the sheep of [g]Kedar shall be gathered unto thee: the rams of Nebajoth shall serve thee: they shall come up to be accepted upon mine [h]altar: and I will beautify the house of my glory.

Who are these [i]that fly like a cloud, and as the doves to their windows?

Surely the isles shall wait for me, and the ships [j]of Tarshish, as at the beginning, that they may bring thy sons from far, and their silver and their gold with them unto the Name of the Lord thy God, and to the Holy one of Israel, because he hath glorified thee.

10 And the sons of strangers shall build up thy walls, and their [k]Kings shall minister unto thee: for in my wrath I smote thee, but in my mercy I had compassion on thee.

11 Therefore thy gates shall be open continually: neither day nor night shall they be shut, that men may bring unto thee the riches of the Gentiles, and that their kings may be brought.

12 For the nation and the [l]kingdom, that will not serve thee, shall perish: and those nations shall be utterly destroyed.

13 The [m]glory of Lebanon shall come unto thee, the fir tree, the elm and the box tree together to beautify the place of my Sanctuary: for I will glorify the place of my [n]feet.

14 The sons also of them that afflicted thee, shall come and bow unto thee: and all they that despised thee, shall fall [o]down at the soles of thy feet: and they shall call thee; The city of the Lord, Zion of the Holy one of Israel.

15 Whereas thou hast been forsaken and hated, so that no man went by thee, I will make thee an eternal glory, and a joy from generation to generation.

16 Thou shalt also suck the milk of the Gentiles, and shalt suck the [p]breasts of Kings: and thou shalt know, that I the Lord am thy Savior, and thy Redeemer, the mighty one of Jacob.

17 For brass will I bring gold, and for iron will I bring silver, and for wood brass, and for stones iron. I will also make thy government [q]peace, and thine exactors righteousness.

18 Violence shall no more be heard of in thy land, neither desolation, nor destruction within thy borders: but thou shalt [r]call salvation, thy walls, and praise, thy gates.

19 Thou shalt have no more Sun to shine by day, neither shall the brightness of the [s]Moon shine unto thee: for the Lord shall be thine everlasting light, and thy God, thy glory.

20 Thy Sun shall never go down, neither shall thy Moon be hid: for the Lord shall be thine everlasting light, and the days of thy sorrow shall be ended.

21 Thy people also shall be all righteous: they shall possess the land forever, the [t]grass of my planting shall be the work of mine hands, that I may be glorified.

22 A little one shall become as a [u]thousand, and a small one as a strong nation: I the Lord will hasten it in due time.

Footnotes:

  1. Isaiah 60:1 The time of thy prosperity and felicity: whereas speaking of Babylon, he commanded her to go down, Isa. 47:1.
  2. Isaiah 60:2 Signifying, that all men are in darkness till God give them the light of his Spirit, and that this light shineth to none, but to those that are in his Church.
  3. Isaiah 60:3 Meaning, that Judea should be as the morning star, and that the Gentiles should receive light of her.
  4. Isaiah 60:4 An infinite number from all countries, as Isa. 49:18.
  5. Isaiah 60:5 For joy, as the heart is drawn in for sorrow.
  6. Isaiah 60:6 Meaning, that everyone shall honor the Lord with what wherewith he is able: signifying, that it is no true serving of God, except we offer ourselves to serve his glory, and all that we have.
  7. Isaiah 60:7 That is, the Arabians, that have great abundance of cattle.
  8. Isaiah 60:7 Because the Altar was a figure of Christ, Heb. 13:10, he showeth that nothing can be acceptable to him, which is not offered to him by this Altar, who was both the offering and the altar itself.
  9. Isaiah 60:8 Showing what great number shall come to the Church, and with what great diligence and zeal.
  10. Isaiah 60:9 The Gentiles that are now enemies, shall become friends and setters forth of the Church.
  11. Isaiah 60:10 Meaning, Cyrus and his successors, but chiefly this is accomplished in them that serve Christ, being converted by his Gospel.
  12. Isaiah 60:12 He showeth that God hath given all power and authority here in earth for the use of his Church, and that they which will not serve and profit the same, shall be destroyed.
  13. Isaiah 60:13 There is nothing so excellent which shall not serve the necessity of the Church.
  14. Isaiah 60:13 Signifying, that God’s Majesty is not included in the Temple, which is but the place for his feet, that we may learn to rise us to the heavens.
  15. Isaiah 60:14 To worship their head Christ, by obeying his doctrine.
  16. Isaiah 60:16 Both high and low shall be ready to help and succor thee.
  17. Isaiah 60:17 Thy governors shall love thee, and seek thy wealth and prosperity.
  18. Isaiah 60:18 Meaning, not a temporal felicity, but a spiritual, which is fulfilled in Christ’s kingdom.
  19. Isaiah 60:19 Signifying, that all worldly means shall cease, and that Christ shall be all in all, as Rev. 21:23 and 22:5.
  20. Isaiah 60:21 The children of the Church.
  21. Isaiah 60:22 Meaning, that the Church should be miraculously multiplied.
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