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1913: The Year Of The Ultimate Betrayals To The Republic

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In that one year the U.S. Congress passed the most devastating amendments to the Constitution, the16th and the 17th and by god they are connected. They are the cornerstone of the central government. The passage of these 2 laws are currently being played out to the bitter end. The passage of the the 16th gave the Federal government the ability to create a quasi-governmental-agency to print money and set monetary polices. The 17th took the power away from the state legislature to select and recall senators and gave it to federal parties. In return the FED would provide the nation and therefore the States with an unlimited amount of money. Bought and NOT paid 4 by you!

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1913 was also the last year the House of Representatives was proportionate to the population. We have had 435 members since 1913.


I know of two other 1913 laws.

The Federal Reserve Act and the Income Tax Act.

And we think that Obama being elected in 2008 was a travesty against freedom! Old Woodrow Wilson was one hell of a bad piece of shit that certainly made Obama look like a freedom lover. He was the worst since old "honest", ha! ha!, Abe.

So what other 1913 Congressional acts are sticking it to us today; hard to imagine anything worse that the Federal Reserve and the Income Tax.

"Bend over and grab your ankles" should be etched in stone at the entrance to every government building and every government office.

lol.. These guys today are amtuers compared to Wilson et al

Thomas Jefferson once said, "The natural progress of things is for liberty to yield and government to gain ground."

Well, I guess he called that one.

The anniversary is coming up

The anniversary is coming up soon. I wonder what new innovations they have in store for us.

1913, The Year America Died

Posted this a month or two ago. Suggested it as a book title for someone.

That couldn't be more true

The first 20 years of their reign was brutal.