Friday, May 11, 2007

The Democracy Hoax

By Bill Price

In Democratic societies people are free to vote for the candidates of their choice, free to worship as they please, have free speech, and a free press to keep everyone informed…

“We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time Magazine, and other great publications who have attended our meetings…for almost 40 years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the light of publicity during those years.” David Rockefeller, CFR member

Forty years prior to David Rockefeller’s 1991 statement to the media, would bring the “great publications” back to 1951:

Korea, 1951

“…Korea was fraught with disaster. The danger was that by meeting naked force with appeasement we would not only perpetrate military disaster in Korea, but would enable communism to make its bid for most of Asia. This was a far larger, more complex, long range problem than Washington seemed to comprehend. For history teaches with unmistakable emphasis that appeasement but begets new and bloodier war. Like blackmail, it lays the basis for new and successively greater demands, until, as in blackmail, violence becomes the only alternative.” Douglas MacArthur, General of the Army.

Waging war apart from Article I § 8 cl. 11 (“Congress shall have the power to declare war…”) was unprecedented. The light of publicity was nowhere to be found, concerning this Constitutional breach. Although publicity’s absence made David Rockefeller grateful, it regretfully helped pave the way for a bloodier war.

The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution

This democratic resolution served as a substitute for constitutional authorization to fight yet another undeclared war. Calling the war in Viet Nam a “conflict” was a clever way of keeping the light of publicity off the administration’s obvious contempt for this Republic’s Constitution. This new bloodier war harvested the lives of more than 58,000 American military personnel; God knows how many civilians, plus a mountain of American wealth.

Put Your Waders On

A U.S. destroyer, the USS Maddox, was allegedly attacked by three or four North Vietnamese torpedo boats 25 miles off the coast of North Viet Nam, in the Gulf of Tonkin. The destroyer supposedly sunk one of the attackers and ran the others off. After that exchange, the Maddox, along with another destroyer was ordered to patrol within 11 miles of North Viet Nam’s coast. Hypothetically, the presence of two U.S. destroyers patrolling within the 12 mile limit was a challenge to North Vietnamese sovereignty. The truth is that U.S. covert operations prior to the “gulf incident” were being conducted with South Viet Nam, against the North. These covert actions were identified as ops plan 34a. Secretary of Defense, Bob McNamara, recommended that President Johnson allow the covert ops plan be revealed to the full Congress. Johnson ignored McNamara’s suggestion, thus depriving the full Congress, and the public, necessary details for an explanation of our involvement in the region. People were skeptical of U.S. involvement so far from home. The administration went beyond its constitutional limits; substituting “compelling foreign policy initiatives” for constitutional formula in Article 1 § 8 cl. 11. Once again there was no light of publicity. Communism is inherently evil and was held to be so by most of the free world. North Viet Nam’s attempt to force communism on its southern neighbor was viewed as more of that same evil. Sympathy from the majority in the U.S. was with the South Vietnamese. The government was obviously insecure about public support if the full facts became part of the equation (sound familiar?). After all, we had our chance to halt the spread of communism in Asia in the early 50’s, and instead chose to appease it. The Gulf of Tonkin incident was just a story designed to garner public support for “compelling foreign policy initiatives”, and the U.S. Congress unconstitutionally kept funding it.

Follow the Money

Somewhere tucked away from the light of publicity were those individuals profiting from the “war”. But, to report that aspect would shine the light of publicity on the cause rather than on its results. Hundreds of billions of dollars had to be created in order to fight for 10 years in Viet Nam. How much money was democratically created in violation of Article I § 8 cl. 5, by bypassing our republic’s limiting features on congressional and executive power? How many billions in profit were made by the Federal Reserve Bank?

Today, money primarily comes into existence through government borrowing. Did the Constitution permit private, for-profit corporations or organizations to create money and regulate the value thereof? No! “Congress shall have the power to coin money and regulate the value thereof; and of foreign coin.” U.S. Constitution Article I § 8 part 5

Congress has exceeded the limits of its constitutional authority by delegating the power to create money to private businessmen that own and operate a privately owned lending institution known as the Federal Reserve Bank.

“If Congress has the right under the Constitution (Article I § 8 part 5) to issue paper money, it was given them to be used by themselves, not to be delegated to individuals or to corporations.” Andrew Jackson


The War on Terror

The “war on terror” is primarily viewed through the attack at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. The death toll at the World Trade Center surpassed the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. The administration’s actions in Iraq were based on the terrorist attack at the World Trade Center, plus the perceived threat of Iraq’s alleged “weapons of mass destruction”. The weapons of mass destruction have never materialized and the findings, as chronicled by the 9/11 commission, have not squared with the facts. For example, why did Building #7 collapse like an accordion? Building #7 was never hit by a plane; neither did it suffer any significant damage from the debris when the twin towers collapsed like accordions, 7 hours earlier. No one, using logic and the facts, buys the official 911 commission’s report. Fire did not cause the collapse of those buildings at the World Trade Center. Ask physicist Steven Jones, a BYU professor, or Bill Manning, editor of Fire Engineering magazine. Mr. Manning sums up the conclusions of the 911 commission’s report as a “half baked farce”.

History shows these errors were enabled through the Democratic process (congress “voting” for funding undeclared wars) under the guise pressing foreign policy decisions. General MacAuthur was right! Our nation was being groomed for new and bloodier wars. According to Mr. Rockefeller, the light of publicity went out 40 years prior to 1991, conveniently accelerating his ilk’s “plan for the world”.

We can review the telephone archives between President Johnson and Defense Secretary Robert McNamara. The record is clear. Congress had a responsibility to act… either declare war, after the alleged “facts” concerning the “Gulf of Tonkin” had been fully debated, or tell the president to butt out. The U.S. Congress failed their constituents and violated their oaths, by not carrying out their constitutional duties, for declaring “war” under Article I § 8 cl. 11. Over 58,000 lives were lost to opposing communist armies. This will always be considered war, no matter what label is used to describe it. The President subordinated his oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution and betrayed the public trust. The “War on Terror” is a mere evolutionary product in the art of undeclared war. Over fifty years of media conditioning and misrepresentation by our “elected” officials has laid the groundwork for an endless “War on Terror”.

A Missing Picture from 1913

We have heard the saying: “The apple does not fall far from the tree.” David Rockefeller’s ambition for a “world plan” was merely an extension to the dream planted by his grandfather John D. Rockefeller. Granddaddy Rockefeller was very influential in getting private control over the power to issue money. Senator Nelson Aldrich, John D. Rockefeller’s father-in-law, was the key to influencing our Congress and enabled our current Federal Reserve System to be voted into place. The Senator made plans, along with six international bankers, including the Rothschild’s, Warburg’s and his shirt-tail relatives, the Rockefellers, to get The Federal Reserve Act passed in 1913. That Act was and still is unconstitutional, therefore it must be repealed to insure America’s future.

Our representatives in Congress made a fatal error, by farming out Article 1, section 8 clause 5 (coining/originating money), a privilege and responsibility mandated for them alone, to private bankers at the Federal Reserve. Mainly, we have no choice but to accept these notes. Federal Reserve notes that make up this country’s medium of exchange, not only violate the Constitution in Article I § 8 part 5, but go against the ancient principles our money was predicated on: “There would be no society if there were no exchange and no exchange if there were no money… Money (nomisma) by itself is but a mere device. It has value only by law (nomos). The function of money is to measure relationships. We call it “nomisma” because its efficiency is due not to nature but to law (nomos) and because it is the power of government to regulate it”. Aristotle (Book 5 on Justice)

A Republic and a Constitution, not a Democracy and an Empire

Our form of government (a Republic) depends on the Constitution for its operation, but citizens have been fooled into thinking that we are governed through a “democracy”. A “democratic process” has been used to usurp our constitutional safeguards, enabling, among other things, American foreign policy to operate apart from the limiting features deliberately placed on our branches of government. Article 4 § 4 guarantees every State in this union a republican form of government. There is no mention of democracy in either the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution. The Constitution states that we have no authority to make war without a congressional declaration first. A “democratic process” is used to ordain a “sacred” vote for financing continuing resolutions of undeclared wars. But, to not declare a war per Article 1 § 8 cl. 11, before you embark on one, is a clear violation against our constitution and this Republic. All those thousands of dead U.S. servicemen in Korea, Viet Nam and now in Iraq believed they were in wars. Likewise, virtually all U.S. citizens believe that they are using lawfully created money. To continue private money creation (interest bearing credit money) like Federal Reserve Notes as a substitute for Article I § 8 part 5, not only violates our constitution, but enslaves all those forced to use this medium of exchange, to a life of debt. Private money creation guarantees that we will have lives of dedicated service to our new masters, private bankers.

The remedy… is within our grasp!

Exposure is the antidote. The fraud perpetrated by unconstitutional Federal Reserve policies can only continue as long as they are undetected. Now that they have been identified, you know what you have to do…spread the word. These phony, immoral and unconstitutional monetary policies will not survive if people decide to act. Unconstitutional wars can only continue if the public fails to insist on their protective Constitutional limits for government. Refuse to allow political blackmail, such as alleged (weapons of mass destruction). Restore America and regain your freedom, watch and recommend one of America’s most informative movies, “America: Freedom to Fascism”.

Bill Price


Sources:

Reminiscence Douglas Mac Arthur pg. 371 and 404

Gulf of Tonkin, Archived telephone records of President Johnson and Secretary of Defense, Robert McNamara.

Improbable Collapse BYU Physics Professor Steven E. Jones, Twin Towers and Building #7

Gertrude M. Coogan “Lawful Money Explained” and “Money Creators”.

5 Comments:

Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

Superb piece, Bill!

The Corporatocracy cannot stand the light of day.

http://individualsovereignty.blogspot.com/

10:52 PM  
Blogger Bill Price said...

Thanks Scott. I spent 14 months in Viet Nam. I wondered, how in the hell did I ever wind up here in the first place? Now I know! I just wish more would find out. If folks ever take this Republic serious we can end this "Democratic" nonsense in a hurry. I believe its possible.

Bill Price

8:57 AM  
Blogger CiaW said...

Senator Aldrich was also the one who came up with the wording for the 16th amendment; and the Tariff of Aug. 5, 1909 wherein they instituted the Corporate income tax was named the 'payne-aldrich tariff'. Just FYI, while we're discussing history.

5:02 PM  
Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

To Bill:

I agree. The task at hand is nothing less than to restore the Constitutional Republic of the U.S. Our Fed Govt, for the most part anyway, no longer feels bound by the Constitution. Every American should be outraged.

Via Legislative Absolutism coupled with the perfect marriage of govt and corporatism, our Fed Govt has produced a Fascist State. The Corporatocracy reigns supreme. Most Americans are either propagandized or still asleep, occupying their minds with drivel and completely missing what is happening. And it's all right out in the open.

http://individualsovereignty.blogspot.com/

1:37 AM  
Blogger Bill Price said...

To Scott:

Ditto on your comment. I, or I should say my wife, home schooled our six children.That is where we need to start.This society has been severly damaged. Scott, You sound like a someone who should be writing if your not already.

To ciaw:

Thanks for the info. Truth is stranger than fiction and a lot more interesting.

6:34 PM  

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