Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on September 30, 1998 at 17:01:16:
In Reply to: CONSTITUTIONAL COURTS, from "Encyclopedia of the American Constitution" posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on September 29, 1998 at 15:39:19:
Dear Dan Meador et al.,
Here are some ruminations on the Act of June 25, 1948:
The legislative history tells us that work began
on this comprehensive Act in the year 1943.
That was smack dab in the middle of WWII
(about the same time that Hooven & Allison was decided,
admitting to three different meanings for the term
Lots of interesting changes have been hidden,
under cover of major wars. The American People,
including scholars, were clearly distracted.
Smart people were being conscripted for the
thinking jobs: intelligence, code cracking,
command and control, production planning,
thermonuclear detonators, etc.
Remember how the banks took sides supporting
the opposing armies in the Civil War?
Remember how the New York banks bank-rolled
Trostky before his "guided" train trip
through war-torn Western Europe, during WWI?
Canadian Customs agents detained him, but a
call from Washington persuaded them to let
Remember that FDR was STILL President in 1943?
Don't you think it is possible that FDR
made a deal with the banks and, to continue
underwriting the Allied war effort,
FDR offered them the 50 states as collateral,
Thus, Oklahoma became a "United States District",
wouldn't it have? And the federal court there
became a "United States District Court", just
like the federal courts already convened in
the territories, complete with gold-fringed
"military" flags and summary proceedings --
Oklahoma became, in effect, a territory of the
United States, pursuant to such a secret deal --
a United States District!
1943 was also 10 years exactly after 1933,
and we already know what happened in 1933!
Could there possibly be some significance to
this 10 years, which has been hidden from
us all this time? I have heard, but never confirmed,
that the original Federal Reserve Act had a 20-year
grace clause, and that is one of the main reasons
why so much treason occurred in 1933.
Is it possible that FDR knew the outcome of WWII,
even before Pearl Harbor (December 7, 1941)?
In other words, the "Plan" for America was
to socialize every square inch, and to enlist
the federal courts in this secret transition,
assisted by the Public Salary Tax Act, imposed
on federal judges too!
Everyone must pay their "fair share" (of a massive,
phony, spiraling ever upwards, national debt).
The House was ready to enact the new laws in 1947,
but the Senate needed another YEAR before finalizing
its own amendments. Why did it take a whole year,
before those amendments reached the Senate floor?
The Senate Report seems to contain details of each
separate amendment -- dozens of them.
We need to get a hold of the extensive work which
John Nelson has already done on these questions.
After FDR's death, Truman took over, and even
convened an extraordinary session of Congress
in the summer of 1948, just after signing
the Act of June 25, 1948.
What was the "big crisis" circa July 15, 1948?
I suspect the Congress needed to be privately
briefed, by administration officials, of what
was really coming down, namely, the 50 states
had been assigned as collateral, to discharge
the huge debt caused by WWII. But this time,
the banks had engineered a rolling rehypothetication,
which is a way of saying "bankruptcy forever, folks!"
Note all the discussion during House and Senate
debates about whether the Tax Court is judicial
or administrative. What does THAT tell you?
Answer: the switch from DCUS to USDC was about
TAXES (not just Texas :)
Anyway, I think our research should be a little less
myopic, and a whole lot more sensitive to the
historical context in which these important
The clues may be just outside our narrow blinders,
so we only need to widen our peripheral vision,
just a bit, and I think the picture will become
In other words, we are NOT going to find a smoking gun
as obvious, in retrospect, as Treasury Decision 2313,
not this time, anyway.
I only regret that my 4-drawer filing cabinet
circa 1993 has drifted out of my hands, because
I did not have enough money to keep the office
where I moved it. Thus, it has been lost forever,
I am afraid to say. It had the John Nelson
materials in it.
Do you have any of the John Nelson materials?
Remember JFK's comment: "There's a conspiracy
against the American people, and before I leave
office, I intend to inform them of their plight."
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Counselor at Law, Federal Witness,
and Private Attorney General
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