FW: The moneychangers versus the U.S. Constitution

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2008-07-17 16:05:17

The moneychangers versus the U.S. Constitution #ygrps-yiv-947653048 BLOCKQUOTE { PADDING-BOTTOM:0px;PADDING-TOP:0px;} #ygrps-yiv-947653048 DL { PADDING-BOTTOM:0px;PADDING-TOP:0px;} #ygrps-yiv-947653048 UL { PADDING-BOTTOM:0px;PADDING-TOP:0px;} #ygrps-yiv-947653048 OL { PADDING-BOTTOM:0px;PADDING-TOP:0px;} #ygrps-yiv-947653048 LI { PADDING-BOTTOM:0px;PADDING-TOP:0px;} www.theithacajournal… July 17, 2008 The moneychangers versus the U.S. Constitution Paul V. Sheridan / Guest ColumnOn June 12, the Supreme Court rescinded Senate Bill 3930, the Military Commissions Act, which had denied the human rights of “enemy combatants.” The justices managed to ascend to their primary duty to protect the Constitution “against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”The most insidious enemy of the Constitution is the private moneychanger and its misuse of our security assets, military and police agencies. Never have we witnessed such blatant and relentless assaults on our Constitution, and the moneychangers are central to those assaults. The first major congressional assault was the secret Christmas holiday passage of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. These assaults are directed to serve private interests, not the common citizen.The U.S./Israel/U.K. concept of “enemy combatants” is another ruse where the so-called “war on terror” is used as a diversion to dismantle the Constitution. But for the moneychangers the priority issue is the currency: who controls it and who uses it. This is not to say that material wealth, such as Middle Eastern oil, is not in play; it is. But all geopolitical roads lead to the esoteric goal: domination of the global currency markets, the mechanism by which material wealth is negotiated. You needn’t know Valerie Plame to recognize that the Cheney proclamations about Iraq’s WMDs were outright lies. But beyond adolescent partisan politics we find tactics that citizens need to be aware of: The moneychangers have and will continue to plunge us into war over private control of the currency.The threat posed by Saddam Hussein was his intention to trade Iraq’s oil, not in petrodollars, but in Eurodollars. This threat was the real justification to deploy our military. Sales pitches such as “spreading democracy” and the security of Israel were widely promoted by the private news media, but Saddam’s Eurodollar threat was the clincher. Similarly, that same media is now claiming that Iran is working on WMDs and poses a threat to nuclear-armed Israel. But also not widely publicized is the Iranian oil trades in Eurodollars. Reduction of the hegemony of the Federal Reserve and petrodollars is regarded as the true threat. Is there a pattern here?My letters to Congress expose assaults on our Constitution by the moneychanger’s recent hire, Chief Justice John Roberts. Specifically, you cannot be a law school graduate, a member of the Bar Association, a judge and a Supreme Court justice but somehow mistakenly claim that the U.S. is a “constitutional democracy.” But that is the exact phrase Roberts spewed as he accepted Bush’s nomination. It was no innocent misstatement; Chief Justice Roberts was consciously catering to private interests.Unlike Roberts, grammar school children know that America is a constitutional republic, not a constitutional democracy. The reason was simple and central to the framers of our Constitutional Republic: No one is above the law! However, in a constitutional democracy the opinion of the masses prevails. In this scenario, the private elite controls the currency but owns the news media. America is very close to that political retrograde wherein the privately owned news media forms opinion and then opinion polls are deployed to override the rule of law. The sociopolitical advantage for the power brokers is that citizens believe the illusion of meaningful participation. When brainwashed into fear of “enemy combatants” the common citizen will protect powerful criminals from prosecution, accepting the lie that the elite are above the law. The lawlessness of torture at Guantanamo is a symptom of a constitutional democracy, having no direct connection to national security. In a sinister way national security is at risk but through destruction of our constitutional republic and our currency. Losses in market share to the Eurodollar are to be expected, but the American dollar in freefall is no accident. The moneychangers of the Federal Reserve have orchestrated that freefall to justify their secret plan to subvert Canada, Mexico and the U.S. into their greedy brainchild: the North American Union. Intrinsic to the North American Union is total control of a new proposed currency, the amero. It is well-known in Congress that the amero printing dyes are ready. To implement the North American Union, the moneychangers need to dismantle the Constitution, assisted by the Chief Justice Roberts’ lie that the U.S. is a constitutional democracy.I have written to Sen. Carl Levin, D-Michigan, six times about the “constitutional democracy” ploy of Chief Justice Roberts. I have called Levin’s office three times. Recently a Levin senior staffer blurted, “Congress is not here to second guess the other branches.” Perhaps this mindless outburst provides insight into the Executive Branch’s unhindered, illegal invasion of Iraq. Although Senate 3930 has now been second-guessed, Levin still lacks the courage and integrity to confront the moneychangers – the very traitors who have relentlessly promoted the ruse of “enemy combatants,” that Valerie Plame was expendable, that the Iraq war was justified, and the treasonous lie that America is a constitutional democracy. Rather than mindlessly submitting to the North American Union and the amero, it is time once again for the common citizen to overturn the tables of the moneychangers.

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