1993: US Citizens Were Classified As Enemies of the State in 1933

United States Congressional Record, March 17, 1993 Vol. 33, page H-1303 (Rep James Traficant): The Bankruptcy of the United States by Anticorruptionsociety.com “In 1933, the federal United States hypothecated all of the present and future properties, assets and labor of their “subjects,” the 14th Amendment U.S. citizen, to the Federal Reserve System.” What is a 14th Amendment U.S. citizen? The 14th Amendment was put in place during an extremely turbulent time just after the Civil War. It was supposedly passed to free the slaves. However, it made all Americans (“persons”) – who were at the time New Yorkers, Virginians, Pennsylvanians, etc – under the jurisdiction of a central Federal government for the first time. AMENDMENT XIV – 1868 https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/amendmentxiv Section 1. “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. […] Read More

CONFIRMED: The Original Thirteenth Amendment Was Ratified, And Then Improperly Removed From The Constitution

Did the unlawful removal occur because it outlawed BAR-registered attorneys in the United States? The 13th Article of Amendment added an enforceable strict penalty — inability to hold office and loss of citizenship The Demon Of Discord Ratification and Suppression of the Original Thirteenth Article of Amendment to the Constitution of the United States By Richard C. Green A Rebuttal to All Attempts to Disavow the Ratification of The Titles of Nobility and Honour Thirteenth Article of Amendment To The Constitution For The United States Of America Well into the Second Session of the Eleventh Congress, Senator Philip Reed of Maryland issued the first version of a proposed amendment to the Constitution: known now as the Titles Of Nobility Amendment (or TONA). The first version was read to Senators on January 18th of 1810.[1] A revised version was read to the Senate on January 29th. And on February 13th of 1810, […] Read More

2016: Nuclear Waste Leak Continues at ‘America’s Fukushima’; 33 Left Ill by Radioactive Fumes

Weather.com A nuclear waste leak at the Hanford Site in Washington state that rapidly intensified last month has left 33 workers ill from possible exposure to chemical vapors, while others scramble to pump the remaining waste out of the storage facility. Back in 2011, a leak was found on the inner hull of one of the site’s 28 double-wall storage tanks. The previous leak posed an insignificant threat, but workers came across an even larger leak in recent weeks while attempting to clear the inner hull of its remaining waste. The number of those who have been reported ill as a result of the leak climbed into the 30s after six workers sought medical evaluation Monday, suspecting exposure to radioactive fumes left them unwell, according to the Tri-City Herald. A majority of the affected have been cleared to return to work, but voice fear of suffering from long-term or […] Read More

1965: Immigration Act: Its Legacy and Lessons

Image: President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Immigration Act as Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Lady Bird Johnson, Muriel Humphrey, Sen. Edward (Ted) Kennedy, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and others look on, at Liberty Island, New York, October 3, 1965. (Photo: LBJ Presidential Library) Following the national origins quota system that denied immigrants from certain countries admission into the US, the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act transformed US immigration policy. It allowed more Asians in, but denied many Latinos, resulting in increased undocumented immigration into the US.  October marks the 50th anniversary of the passage of the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act, which President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law at a public ceremony held at the base of the Statute of Liberty. The act is rightly celebrated for dismantling the infamous “national origins” quota system that gave special preference to immigrants from Western Europe while effectively barring newcomers from […] Read More

2015: West Coast orcas experiencing 100% infant mortality rate as radiation from Fukushima drifts across ocean

(NaturalNews) Marine biologists and other researchers are voicing serious concerns regarding the high mortality rate among orcas (killer whales) observed over the past couple of years. No one has yet proven that there is a direct link between the 100 percent mortality rate seen among orca infants and the effects of the radiation contamination of the Pacific Ocean from the Fukushima reactor leak in Japan, but it certainly can’t be ruled out as a possibility. It is rather interesting that the incidence of orca deaths — not just of infants, but full-grown specimens as well — has risen sharply since the accident occurred in 2011 and as the radiation has made its way across the Pacific Ocean to the West Coast of North America. Scientists have also noticed odd behavior among orcas recently. Dr. Lance Barrett-Lennard, senior marine mammal scientist at the Vancouver Aquarium, has been “sounding the alarm” […] Read More

2014: The Street Car Conspiracy. How General Motors Deliberately Destroyed Public Transit

by Bradford Snell The electric streetcar, contrary to Van Wilkin’s incredible naïve whitewash, did not die a natural death: General Motors killed it. GM killed it by employing a host of anti-competitive devices which, like National City Lines, debased rail transit and promoted auto sales. This is not about a “plot” hatch by wild-eyed corporate rogues, but rather about a consummate business strategy crafted by Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., the MIT-trained genius behind General Motors, to expand auto sales and maximize profits by eliminating streetcars. In 1922, according to GM’s own files, Sloan established a special unit within the corporation which was charged, among other things, with the task of replacing America’s electric railways with cars, trucks and buses. A year earlier, in 1921, GM lost $65 million, leading Sloan to conclude that the auto market was saturated, that those who desired cars already owned them, and that the […] Read More

2014: Ban: Hawaii First State To Ban Plastic Shopping Bags

By Christina Sarich Natural Society Even with reusable shopping bags, most individuals inevitably end up with some of the annoying thin plastic ones around, perhaps shoved under the kitchen sink. Well in Hawaii, people will be dealing with a lot fewer of these plastic sacks as that state recently became the first to ban the bag at checkout and restaurants. Honolulu County became the last of the state’s counties to ban the bags, completing the state’s ban as a whole, according to NBC News. Retailers have three years to get rid of their supply and come up with alternatives.  “Passing the bans did take an effort – change always does—but people seemed to understand the need for such an effort,” said director of the Hawaii chapter of the Sierra Club environmental group Robert Harris. The success of the bans is attributed to citizen action and conscientious Hawaiians. After all, it didn’t […] Read More

1996: HAARP: VANDALISM IN THE SKY?

Published in Nexus Magazine, Volume 3, Number 1 (December ’95-January ’96) PO Box 30, Mapleton Qld 4560 Australia. email: nexus@peg.apc.org Telephone: +61 (0)74 429 280; Fax: +61 (0)74 429 381 Copyright: 1995 by Dr Nick Begich and Jeane Manning Earthpulse Press, PO Box 201393, Anchorage, Alaska 99520, USA Voice Mail: 907 249 9111 Technonet is the protest form of the 1990s-picketing on the information highways. For example, a fast-growing assortment of men and women around the world are using the Internet (started by the US military for information transfer and exchange that would never be interfered with) to draw attention to a questionable military project in Alaska. Now these Internetting, e-mailing, faxing folks are blowing holes in the US Department of Defense secrecy wall by using the government’s own system. The printed-word part of the protest started when Dennis Specht, an anti-nuclear activist then living in Alaska, sent a […] Read More

1998: HAARP

Dear Recipients: Okay, folks– here is something really BIG. Some in the conspiracy research field, and probably even a fair number of average Americans at this point, are at least dimly aware of some of the supposed goals and agendas of the HAARP Project, currently under the near-exclusive control of the U.S. Navy. Preston Nichols, as noted in some recent updates I’ve provided, has found out some very interesting information regarding HAARP recently. Early last summer, in a much-publicized situation, Brookhaven National Laboratories on Long Island underwent a significant and far reaching change of directorship, and also a change of direction and focus. Subsequent to these well-publicized but inadequately explained changes at Brookhaven Labs last year, several of the Navy’s key HAARP personnel are now stationed at BNL. No public mention has been made of this. Latest reports show that the Navy has more or less completely taken over […] Read More