When you were born your government forged your name and created a Birth Certificate Bond
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On September 14, 2015, Petitioner filed in United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas, Lufkin Division Case No. 9:14-CV-138, Defendant’s Objection to Denial of Due Process of Law and Demand for Disclosure of the Constitutional Authority that Gives the Court the Capacity to Take Jurisdiction and Enter Judgments, Orders, and Decrees in Favor of the United States Arising from a Civil or Criminal Proceeding Regarding a Debt, in Tyler County, Texas (the “Objection and Demand”).
Plaintiff United States had 14 days to respond, but went silent (first and only time of which Petitioner is aware, that the government failed to respond to a challenge of jurisdiction).
As of September 29, 2015, it was incumbent on the Court to dismiss the case under Federal…
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You know about President and General Dwight Eisenhower’s prescient warning about the “military-industrial complex” as he left the White House?
Well, it turns out that he was really warning about the “military-industrial-congressional” complex.
42-year CIA veteran Milton Goodman explains:
In the spring of 1961, I was part of a small group of undergraduates who met with the president’s brother, Milton Eisenhower, who was then president of Johns Hopkins University. Milton Eisenhower and a Johns Hopkins professor of political science, Malcolm Moos, played major roles in the drafting and editing of the farewell speech of January 1961.
The actual drafter of the speech, Ralph E. Williams, relied on guidance from Professor Moos. Milton Eisenhower explained that one of the…
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I hope you’ll take this opportunity to listen to Chalmers Johnson, now deceased, author of Blowback, Sorrows of Empire and Nemesis: The Last Days of the American Republic. ~J
The American Empire Is Quickly Declining
Consummate insider Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson – former chief of staff to Colin Powell, and now distinguished adjunct professor of Government and Public Policy at William & Mary – notes that the U.S. is exhibiting all of the signs of a failing empire, including:
- Relying on massive military force (and using gigantic complexes to support it) as the be-all and end-all of power, and belittling diplomacy
- Maintaining standing armies, instead of disbanding military forces between wars
- Using more mercenary forces than citizen troops
- Spending disproportionately large amounts of blood and treasure in order to counter threats on the status quo … which simply exacerbates the threat against the empire
- Going ethically and morally bankrupt
- Ending up…
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LIMA (Sputnik), Liudmila Chernova – The World Bank (WB) Group and the Islamic Development Bank Group (IDBG) are ready to provide bonds to increase financing for the Middle East and North African (MENA) countries recovering from war or coping with refugees, WB President Jim Yong Kim said Saturday.
“In support of recovery and reconstruction efforts in the Middle East and North Africa, the World Bank Group is prepared to issue bonds, backed by donor guarantees, in partnership with the Islamic Development Bank Group, which is prepared to issue Sukuk [Islamic equivalent of bonds],” Kim said at the MENA Stakeholders Event in Peru.
Kim noted that the proceeds from the bonds would be used by participating international and regional financial institutions to fund recovery and reconstruction.
The proposal is part of the newly announced initiative by the United Nations, WBG, and IDBG.
The second part of the initiative proposes establishing a concessional financing mechanism to support the countries accepting the refugees.
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In the first part of this article series, the post 9/11 rise of a private NSA was detailed. Some started in reaction to the twin tower attack. They aren’t connected with the government, intelligence, or homeland security. They are private citizens that have no security clearances in any western country.
They use the free OSINT software found on the internet to find or decide who is a terrorist. Many of them enjoy the feeling of power they from getting people fired from their jobs and put on terrorist investigation lists.
They are freelancers with no oversight or rules. They are only accountable to themselves and their employers. These freelancers thrive on their ability to remain hidden from the public eye. In reality, they could be your socially inept, angry neighbor down the street who is afraid of their own shadow in person. But give them a keyboard and they’ll…
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