2015: This Country Is All Too Ready to See Black Children as Criminals

Black children are disproportionately tried as adults when they commit crimes. Deeply internalized racism is to blame. There was clear evidence that a family member had been sexually abusing 13-year-old Catherine Jones and her 12-year-old brother, Curtis, for years. But no one helped them, and the two children were left to figure it out themselves. In 1999, Catherine and Curtis plotted to kill the abuser, as well as their father and his girlfriend, Nicole Speights, because the kids had come to believe the two were responsible for allowing the abuse to continue, according to USA Today. Curtis shot Speights with his father’s handgun. Then the kids panicked tried to cover up the killing and ran off. It was a tragic incident that should have been handled by mental health professionals, not a criminal court. But instead of being treated as victims of sexual abuse, a Florida prosecutor charged the children with first-degree murder. The […] Read More

2015: Court Rules Living ‘Off The Grid’ Is Illegal

For many, it’s a live long dream to get “off the grid” and live self-sufficiently. But unplugging from municipal services has been ruled illegal by a court in Cape Coral, Florida. Special Magistrate Harold S. Eskin ruled that Robin Speronis is not allowed to live on her own private property without being hooked up to the city’s water system. He admitted that she had the right to live without utility power, but said that her alternative power sources must always first be approved by the city. Speronis has been taking a stand for years not against the city of Cape Coral. Back in November of 2013 a code enforcement officer attempted to evict her for “living without utilities.” The city’s argument is that the International Property Maintenance Code was “violated” by her reliance on rain water rather than paying the city for water. The IPMC also would make it a crime for her […] Read More

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

How You Were Tricked to Live in the Land of the Legally Dead

by Pao Chang, author of EsotericKnowledge.me The current reality of man is heavily controlled by words. As a result of that, words play a big role in shaping the reality and culture of man. Besides shaping the reality and culture of man, words also play an important role in trade. Some of the most important words used in the business of trading goods and services are related to the name. Your name plays a very important role in your life because it allows others to identify you and communicate with you. Furthermore, it allows you to operate in the realm of commerce and fiction, making it easier for you to trade goods and services with people not living close to you. Having a name can be a wonderful thing but if you do not know how to use it wisely, it can be a curse and prevent you from […] Read More

Cop Convicted of Making Child Porn While On Duty, Using Police Equipment

A former Florida police sergeant is facing up to 120 years in prison after he was found guilty of producing, possessing and accessing child pornography — all while he was on duty, using equipment provided by his department. Kyle A. Kirby, 37, was charged after an investigation into his patrol car computer in October 2015 revealed images showing young children involved in sex acts. The investigation concluded that Kirby had been using the computer to “download and store child pornography” since at least December 2014. A report from News4Jax noted: “According to court documents, FBI agents and other law enforcement officers searched Kirby’s residence as the result of an online child pornography investigation. That same morning, the Live Oak police chief authorized the agents to inspect and search the computer located inside Kirby’s patrol car. “A forensic examination of the patrol car computer used by Kirby revealed that it […] Read More

2017: Growing Mandatory Obedience and Defending Our Inalienable Rights

A growing number of us realise that certain freedoms we have taken for granted for so long are seriously under threat. Unscrupulous governmental authorities and corporations driven by self-interests are overseeing increasing agendas with intended outcomes designed to make us comply, forcing us into more and more mandatory obedience. For instance, in recent years, we have seen the push for mandatory vaccinations with threats of barring kids from school, job dismissal and refusal of medical treatment for those not accepting vaccination, regardless of dissenting views. As well as mandatory vaccinations there are plans to make employees submit their DNA records with threats of dismissal for non-compliance. All done under the guise of “health preventative measures” for the “greater good” of the people. Then there’s the case of the FDA’s approval for microchipped pills as part of the microchip agenda. We know that the globalists and their governmental authorities or […] 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

Mom Furious After School Handcuffed 8-Year-Old Son As Punishment

A North Carolina mother of a special needs 8-year-old is calling out William Warren school officials for handcuffing her child without notifying her, an outrageous traumatic experience that convinced the mother to relocate her son to another school. The mother, who asked not to be identified, told WTVD her son was involved in a classroom disturbance at William Warren Child Development School in November, when a school resource officer handcuffed the 8-year-old and took him to another room to calm down. The woman said that school officials never notified her about the incident, and when she confronted them they attempted to justify the imprisonment. “The only thing the resource officer could say was that he was a danger to himself or others,” the mother said, “but when you are eight at a special needs school based on behavior, you should not be able to handcuff a child.” Lee County […] Read More

Albuquerque Police Dept. To Start Manufacturing Crack So They Can Arrest The People They Sell It To

When Big Government goes off the rails, it’s almost like they’re smoking crack. In this case, that’s not far from the truth: The Albuquerque Police Department now plans to manufacture crack cocaine so they can sell it to people who are then arrested for “possession of crack.” (See court documents below for proof.) Wait a sec… Crack cocaine is an illegal substance, right? So now the police are going to possess it, manufacture it, sell it and then arrest citizens who buy it from them? Yep. That’s how some police tell themselves they are the “good guys” when they manufacture crack cocaine to sell to the “bad guys” who were making the crack cocaine before the police started making it. In other words, the Albuquerque Police Department will now be engaged in the manufacture and distribution of Schedule I Controlled Substances, meaning it is no longer deniable that “the […] Read More