Posted by Chris on April 30, 1998 at 00:30:43:
In Reply to: Your conclusion on the topic posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on April 15, 1998 at 21:11:21:
: If you will read Howard Freeman's essay
: entitled "The Two United States and the Law,"
: you will come to appreciate that a secret
: bankruptcy was foisted on the nation,
: beginning in the year 1933. Accordingly,
: the whole country was foreclosed to discharge
: the United States debt to the international
: bankers. When this happened, Congress
: effectively "liened" on the whole country,
: thus rendering both the state and federal zones
: "territory or property of the United States,"
: subject to Article IV.
A point here has never been very clear to me. The actions of FDR seem to be aimed at federal subject citizens, the and acts of the times municiple legislation written deceitfully appear as general legislation. Wouldn't the lien then be against United States property and its subject citizens, and not directly the Union states and the citizens thereof?
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