For proof of the status of the U.S. as a corporate entity, I encourage you to download the following lawsuit, filed in June of 2012, against the UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIRS, in which the following is listed on page one under Defendants/Respondents: “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (corporate fiduciary, contract agent of governance).”
Click HERE to access the site of Team Law, a consortium of legal experts who have assembled a massive database of information pertaining to this time in the nation’s history. Team Law assists people in regaining their legal and lawful rights under the Constitutional Republic. An original copy of the District of Columbia Act, Chapter 62 (quoted above) is included under the Historical Outline section of the website.
Click HERE to download a research report which explains, in very simple terms, the ramifications of the District of Columbia Act.
Click HERE to listen to an interview on Liberty and Freedom Radio regarding the 14th Amendment and the District of Columbia Act.
Click HERE to listen to a radio interview with L.B. Bork, the author of the Red Amendment, a book which goes into great detail concerning the true intentions of the 14th Amendment. This book is widely viewed as one of the very best in understanding what exactly happened behind the scenes in Washington in the aftermath of the Civil War. This book is one of the centerpieces of the People’s Awareness Coalition, an organization that assists in helping people to gain a better understanding of the law and how it affects them in their lives.
Click HERE to read an in-depth research article on the concept of common vs. civil law, and their importance in understanding the ramifications of the 14th Amendment and the District of Columbia Act.
Click HERE and HERE to read research articles posted to the website of Spiritual Economics Now to gain a better understanding of the REAL vs. the FABRICATED systems of law and economics currently existing in our world.
The year 1913 ushered in the beginning of the eight year reign of President Woodraw Wilson. Wilson’s entire political career was essentially steered by a gentleman named Edward M. House, a known Marxist, who was tasked by the European oligarchy with ‘overseeing’ the policies of the Wilson administration (you can read an article about House written by Robert Higgs, Senior Fellow in Political Economy at The Independent Institute, by clicking HERE).
In 1913, Wilson allowed two extremely important events to take place: He levied only the third ever income tax upon U.S. citizens, (the first two of which had been very short lived, one of these being during the four year period of the American Civil War), and he passed the Federal Reserve Act to allow for the formation of the Federal Reserve, a private banking institution that took the control of the nation’s currency out of the hands of the federal government. The following short (yet extremely important) video clip from filmmaker G. Edward Griffin’s 1994 filmThe Creature From Jekyll Island (based on his book of the same name) will help to shed some light on the somewhat shrouded history surrounding the founding of the Federal Reserve system. An earlier text, Secrets of the Federal Reserve, written by Eustace Mullins and commissioned in 1948 by Ezra Pound, is one of the earliest known texts regarding the truth about the foundations of the Federal Reserve.
What these books tell us is that at its core, the Federal Reserve system is nothing more than a private banking cartel. The Reserve was founded in November of 1910 at a secret meeting attended by top level representatives of the most wealthy individuals and banking firms in the world, including J.P. Morgan, William Rockefeller, Paul Warburg, The Rothschilds, and Kuhn, Loeb & Co. U.S. Senator Nelson W. Aldrich and Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Department A.P. Andrews also attended the meeting. Warburg himself was at that meeting, and was purported to have said that it was essential not to let American citizens know that the Federal Reserve was a cartel of private banks, but instead to persuade them that it was a government agency.
One hundred years later, on November 3rd of 2010, the top officials from the Federal Reserve held a celebratory conference on the island to commemorate the one hundred year anniversary of the Reserve’s founding. More info on that can be found in the following article from Business Insider Magazine.
From this point forward, the U.S. government had now to effectively borrow money (with interest) from this private banking institution to allow for the continued operation of the government. The financial panic of 1907 was merely used as fuel for the fire to take this drastic step that Charles Lindbergh referred to as “the worst legislative crime of the ages.”
Prior to 1913, the majority of U.S. wealth came from tariffs, or taxes on trade goods. The infrastructure of the country was strong, and there was no need for any type of tax on citizen income. This tax did in fact levy great pressure on the American populace. Both of these acts, (the foundation of the Federal Reserve and the new income tax law), though painted differently by mainstream history, were an attempt to suck the country dry, and to ultimately take the wealth out of the hands of the people.
The following films, entitled America: Freedom to Fascism and Fall of the Republic, take a deeper look into the inner workings of the U.S. government as well as the U.S. financial system. The films cover a variety of different subjects, including the Federal Reserve, the IRS, RFID chips, and the dangers of the electronic voting system.
America: Freedom to Fascism – Produced by acclaimed director and artist manager Aaron Russo.
Fall of the Republic – Produced by filmmaker and radio host Alex Jones.
In 1921, during the waning year of Wilson’s reign as U.S. president, yet another important event took place: The formation of the Council on Foreign Relations. This group, ultimately under the control of The Committee of 300, would become a type of transatlantic affiliate in a vast spider web of conspiratorial organizations that were to follow. Its task was to carry out the demands of The Committee of 300 with the goal being that of steering American policy into the future. One of the most powerful and revealing statements about the Council on Foreign Relations came directly from the lips of Carroll Quigley, a professor of International Relations at Georgetown University and whom former President Bill Clinton openly acknowledged as one of his mentors:
As a final note about Woodraw Wilson: In 1913, during the opening year of Wilson’s eight year run as president, he made a statement that should be seen as a major hint in regards to what was really going on beneath the surface:
One of the most interesting (and undoubtedly controversial) ideas behind what Wilson was getting at by making this statement may in fact lie at the bottom of the ocean, and in the events surrounding a tragic disaster. One year earlier, in April of 1912, The R.M.S. Titanic suffered an unspeakable tragedy when it struck an iceberg and sank to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. One indisputable yet little known historical fact regarding this event is that a number of wealthy and influential individuals, including the likes of Benjamin Guggenheim, Isa Strauss and Jacob Astor, boarded the boat with the intention of discussing the ramifications of the founding of a U.S. central banking cartel, i.e. the Federal Reserve. At the time of their departure, it was a well-known fact that these individuals questioned the idea, and had serious doubts about its future ramifications upon the nation. J.P. Morgan was also one of the men who was scheduled to sail on the Titanic, but purportedly fell ill just before the ship was to set sail. The ship left Southampton and the rest, as they say, is history.
Among the many controversies surrounding the sinking of the titanic are the fact that the ship contained only enough life rafts for half the passengers on board; hardly a redeeming quality for the most modern and luxurious ship of its time. Over the years, eyewitness reports have also surfaced which state that when the ship was sinking, crew members held back men from boarding the life boats, at gunpoint, to allow women and children to board first (this can be explained as simply panic on the part of the crew members as well as the passengers). Couple this with the fact that reports have also surfaced that the ship’s commander, Captain Smith, may have shot himself in the head while the ship was still afloat, and you can see how this raises a great deal of questions and concerns: Why the massive shortage of life boats, and why did the captain of the ship, who most likely would have been able to save himself had he truly wanted to do so, shoot himself in the head? Either Smith was feeling an overwhelming sense of guilt for making such a costly nautical error, or he knew that he had been an accessory to a far more sinister plot: That of ensuring that any powerful and influential opponents of the Federal Reserve were silenced forever.