Thursday, April 8, 2010

Modern-Day Slave America


"Whatever crushes individuality is despotism, by whatever name it may be called and whether it professes to be enforcing the will of God or the injunctions of men."

-John Stuart Mill

With so much happening to the little liberty still allowed Americans, revisionist historians continue to distort history. By re-writing it, the puppet masters hope that people will forget the ideas of freedom. Lucky for you, The National Pulse is determined to not let that happen. As the economic situation will continue to erode, sooner or later the state will show the American people exactly what they think the people to be- their corporate SLAVES.

Today, the New World Order's cheer leading publication, U.S. News and World Report has a piece entitled, "The Right Way To Honor Confederate and Civil War History." Apparently, according to John Aloysius Farrell, the wrong way is by celebrating the American right of secession. It is no surprise the establishment's media organs are starting to pound away at nullification- a uniquely American aspect of the United States. According to Farrell, the Civil War was about slavery. This couldn't be further from the truth. Lincoln refused to honor South Carolina's right to secede from the Union. The Tenth Amendment to the Constitution clearly states, "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people." This revisionist historical view, brought on because of white guilt embedded in the twentieth century educational system, simply is not true. Lincoln went to war with the Confederacy to restore the Union. In many high school textbooks, Lincoln is known as The Great Emancipator. At The National Pulse, we tend to agree with historian Thomas DiLorenzo when he refers to Lincoln as The Great Consolidator. He consolidated the power for the federal government, thereby trumping the Tenth Amendment.

Just prior to Easter weekend letters were delivered to U.S. governors demanding their resignation. Most Americans probably glanced at the document and wondered why the Guardians of the Free Republic would call the government a "fraud." Many American "sheeple" do not like when the boat is rocked and were probably in agreement with the publications like The New York Times who called the Guardians an "extremist" group.

These Americans are ill-informed of their personal status in relationship to the state. Almost all Americans have been brainwashed so badly by public education that they believe they are free. Conveniently left out of all American history books, was the 1871 act of Congress that provided the District of Columbia (Washington, D.C.), also known as the Act of 1871. Not only did the act create a ten square mile parcel of land, but it actually changed the language in the Constitution. The title of the original document read as such: "The Constitution for the united states of America." The Act of 1871 created the incorporated states of America through the use of capital letters and by changing the word "for" to "of." Thus, the Act of 1871 changed the title of the Constitution to THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.


"The moment the slave resolves he will no longer be a slave, his fetters fall. Freedom and slavery are mental states."

-Mahatma Ghandi

How could that bit of legalese change the entire document? Again the international bankers are involved (for more click here). In changing the organic Constitution with a corporate version, the U.S. essentially eliminated all sovereign persons from the rights guaranteed them by the original document. This is why when you receive a letter from the government or your banking institution (if you still patronize one) your name will appear in all capital letters. Your name, JOHN DOE, does not represent John Doe the human being; it represents JOHN DOE the corporate fiction; an asset and property of the United States Corporation.

Since the corporate form of governance is based on the Roman Civil Law, otherwise known as the "Divine Right of Kings," or British Maritime Law, the Act of 1871 eliminated the use of common law provided in the organic Constitution. This bastardization of the law allowed, for instance, the inception of Federal Reserve System in 1913 which stole economic freedom from the people of America. The incorporation of America created one gigantic slave plantation of America. Today, when a baby is born in a state, a birth certificate is created. When the birth certificate is registered with the U.S. Treasury, a bond is created. The bond is then traded on the securities and exchange commission for which the Federal Reserve then can issue redemptions in Federal Reserve paper debt notes (current money of the U.S.). For more, click here. To find out which international financial institution owns your corporate fiction and to find out how much the bond is worth, click here.

It is ironic that with the passage of the health care reform bill, many Americans are now very concerned about the curtailment of freedom that was never there. As the public gets angrier, they will arm themselves with information. The mainstream media wants to speak about the horrors of slavery and the dangers of nullification to dissuade people from finding out the truth about themselves and the organic Constitution that binds the states. The very amendment to the Constitution that was supposed to rid the country of slavery, when looked at against the backdrop of the Act of 1871, further strengthens the federal grip of tyranny over Americans. The 14th Amendment reads as such: All persons born in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws (for the complete amendment click on the above highlighted text).

If The National Pulse is cited as an "extremist" publication because we wish to return to the organic Constitution for the united states of America, then so be it. Human beings deserve the dignity to not be traded as chattel in the stock market. People should be the sovereigns, not governments. Soon the upside-down nature of the government's relationship to the people they profess to work for will change. Ultimately, it will be up to the people that comprise the bureaucracy of government to decide how they wish the corporate government to end. Will a violent struggle be undertaken by corporate slaves to defend using the Federal Reserve's ridiculous, illusory debt notes? Or will people finally awaken to the truth, discover their sovereignty, and put the government in its place for good?

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