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Friday, April 4, 2014

Become a Ten Minute Citizen

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It’s easier to fool people than to convince them they’ve been fooled  >>Mark Twain

Become a Ten Minute Citizen      

Are our nation’s roads and infrastructure top notch? Are our schools world class? Are we more prosperous?  Despite the promises spewing forth from Washington, I think Americans and especially our children are getting the short end of the stick!


What we do have is a lot of laws. Too many rules regulations and laws are bankrupting the nation and discouraging job growth.  There are thousands of new laws which have created a government that has gotten too big, too intrusive and way too expensive.  They’re turning everyone into a ‘lawbreaker.’


 Many laws, take more of our money, pile on to existing laws, provide corporate welfare benefits, intrude into personal liberty, violate our privacy at every level, violate property rights (civil asset forfeiture), intrude on private business (regulations and licensing laws)and there’s no end in sight.


America has lost its bearings and must be held to account.

The preservation of liberty depends on citizens deliberately taking action. We are urging you to invest the equivalent of ten minutes per day, six days a week (one hour per week or four hours per month), in being an informed and active citizen. Is this too much to invest in citizenship? We hope you and tens of thousands of others think it is reasonable.

Your involvement is crucial to preserve liberty. It is up to us to help legislators, Congressmen, and Judges make tough and responsible decisions. We can start that process by becoming informed ourselves so that we can ignite the flames of responsibility and accountability!  Stand firm in holding all public servant’s feet to the fire of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.


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How would you like to live in a country that tortures prisoners? That reads its residents’ mail and monitors their phone conversations? That executes its own citizens without trial? That murders innocent people in foreign countries on a regular basis? Whose government manipulates courts and other legal processes to ensure that criminals are never held to account, while whistleblowers are punished severely?

If you’re an American, you already do.


Indeed, the United Nations Human Rights Committee has just issued an assessment of how the U.S. is complying with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), which has been in force since the mid-1970s and was ratified by the Senate in 1992.

Unlike the various U.N. covenants on environment, urban planning and the like, which have provided so much fodder for “one world government” conspiracy theorists, the ICCPR is a worthy statement of the universal aspiration for the rights to physical integrity, liberty and security of person, procedural fairness and rights of accused, individual liberties and political rights. Although it is missing some essentials — such as the right to private property — it is a document that in its essentials closely mirrors the U.S. Bill of Rights.

The question many of us are asking is whether this is still our country. The answer is no.


The Next Step is Yours


Who are the globalists that own our country?

They are the puppeteers of power, the people, groups and families who hold and pull the strings of their political puppets, to make them dance in front of us, often willingly, while the real activity takes place behind the curtain.

They are the members of the incestuous power elite that comprise such groups as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Trilateral Commission, members of the Bildeberg Group, the Club of Rome, the Council of 300, and so forth. They trace back to two families, the Rothschild and the Rockefeller families, and are fully connected to British Royalty. Together, they control the world’s banks and have captured the American political system. They select the American presidents while allowing us to believe we elect them. Perhaps more importantly, they control the wealth of the world.

If you think that this is too far out to believe, simply look to a Swiss study titled
The Network of Global Corporate Control, published in 2011 by Stefania Vitali, James B. Glattfelder and Stefano Battiston.  It was an extensive investigation into who controls the power and wealth in the world. According to the results of that study, a mere 147 corporations control 40 percent of the global wealth:

“When the team further untangled the web of ownership, it found much of it tracked back to a “super-entity” of 147 even more tightly knit companies - all of their ownership was held by other members of the super-entity - that controlled 40 per cent of the total wealth in the network. “In effect, less than 1 per cent of the companies were able to control 40 per cent of the entire network,” says Glattfelder. Most were financial institutions. The top 20 included Barclays Bank, JPMorgan Chase & Co, and The Goldman Sachs Group.” [emphasis mine].

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