Saturday, July 4, 2015

"American Independence" is a Misnomer

People have been making their way to Independence Day celebrations all week long. While all well and good, most of us do not understand that we are still obligated to the Britannic Crown as we have been since the French-Indian War some twenty years prior to the outbreak of the American Revolution. For instance, the U.S. Constitution does not allow for titles of nobility granted by the United States:
"No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States: And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the Congress, accept of any present, Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State." - Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8
An esquire ("Esq.") is a title of nobility appended to lawyers once they become barristers ("Bar-risters") and are admitted to the Bar. Since common law originated in the United Kingdom, barristers from the U.K. are privileged with using the Esq. title and, therefore; as are lawyers practicing law in the United States.

Further, constitution ("constitutio" in Latin) constitutes a debt instrument settled between a debtor and creditor.  Whenever a constitution is created, it establishes what party owes what to whom and when. The U.S. Constitution is no different. It took the Treaty of Paris in 1783 to halt the American Revolution and the U.S. Constitution some years later to constitute the outstanding debt owed to the Crown. The American Revolution was premised on the British North American Colonists refusing to repay war debt from the days of the French-Indian War.

Moreover, the Civil War was premised on the Confederate states attempting to secede from the Union, which was interpreted as the Confederate states absconding from their outstanding debt obligations established in the U.S. Constitution. Further attempts by federated states within the Union to secede in the current day will only cause more political tension with both the U.S. government and the Crown, which will result in armed conflict if states do not honor their current position as it relates to the Union and the Union's obligations to the Crown.

In the 18th century, many Scottish peoples refused to pay taxes to the Crown and were apprehended into debtor's prison. When the Crown was confronted with the situation of populating the British North American colonies with worker's for it's East India Company territories, a noble presented the idea to commute the sentences of Scottish criminals to the colonies or have them continue to serve the remainder of their prison terms behind bars, thus the term "Scot-free" was born. In essence, dating back to the colonial roots, the United States has always been a "prison camp."

So, as we continue in our celebrations this weekend, do keep in mind that you have no true freedom nor liberty according to the Law of nations. On Monday, you will return to work from weekend festivities wondering "how exactly am I truly free if I am forced to show up to barely make it paycheck-to-paycheck"? Harriet Tubman once said that she free a thousand slaves and could have freed a thousand more only if they knew they were slaves.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Two Countries Announce Inability to Repay IMF

These days are exciting times! Greece officials have already notified the International Monetary Fund ("IMF") that they will be unable to repay more than $1.6 billion owed to private creditors at the IMF on July 10, 2015 due to outrageous interest rates forewarned about years ago before Greece agreed to borrow. This has created a bit of a stir on the open market with fluctuations as the Dow Jones Industrial Average ("DJIA") plummeted by 350 points - akin to the meltdown of 2008. Keep in mind, this is only one country when a vast majority of countries around the world have obligations to the IMF. (While I write this, I have just learned that Puerto Rico has followed in step today.)

If you do not think that was bad enough, Puerto Rico has announced similar problems in the same week. It will be unable to pay its obligations to the IMF also due next week. Puerto Rico is now the second country to default on its obligations within the span of a month. Don't worry though, your money market account will do just fine - just listen to the talking heads.

So, what does this mean for people around the world? This is only the beginning of a huge mess manifesting consequences we have been hearing about for decades now. While the open market fluctuates with extreme volatility, there have been people known to amass great amounts of wealth with put options against the dominant currencies as the market plummets and buying up stocks reduced to mere pennies. This is only one way. The other is to increase one's holdings in precious metals as currencies begin to destabilize. As currency rates drop, the value of precious metals increase. We all know what happened to the Deutschmark during World War II.

So, while the public pushes for a $15/hour minimum and "livable" wage, the dollar is becoming worth less and less every day whereby $15/hour does not support a livable wage in the metropolis' of the United States today, let alone 5 years from now in 2020 when the $15/hour is suppose to take affect. We are literally focused on the wrong endeavors as global currencies begin to crash.

The Vaccine Paradox

It is a policy in the U.S. military that once the U.S. President directs the executive branch to be vaccinated, every "swinging john" is required to be vaccinated and they have a deadline or face ridicule and legal repercussion. Now, the same is true for the State of California and quite possibly every State of the Union soon enough, as federal legislation currently looms in the Halls of Congress.

Personally, I never felt like I came closer to death than when I received the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine during military basic training, and then the Small Pox vaccine two years later and days prior to deployment. As soon as my first child was born, I anticipated a State mandate would be certified one day and it has come. I made a decision to undertake considerable study into both sides of the debate.

During the H1N1 (Swine Influenza) media scare of 2009, I discovered the same pharmaceutical company that created the H1N1 vaccine for the U.S. Department of Defense in 2009 was the exact same company that shipped millions of tainted H5N1 (Bird Influenza) vaccines to 18 different European countries months prior from the United States, Baxter International, Inc. While this egregious act could have precipitated an epidemic in Europe, Baxter never faced any worthwhile legal repercussion or investigation.

The damning part really is that it was a reassortment mixed with live human influenza, which is only one of two ways in starting a pandemic. In fact, had this combination traveled to the Americas after widespread inoculation in Europe and the swine influenza been widely administered according to the chronology of these events in 2009, the immunities of Americans would have been readily suppressed to a point of causing mass illnesses and possibly deaths.

The option for Californians now is that all schoolchildren will be required to be vaccinated if they are going to be attending on-campus schools, whether public or private, unless a licensed physician certifies that extenuating medical circumstances expose schoolchildren to unnecessary health risks. There is no longer a "religious pardon." It is either that they attend on-campus institutions and receive vaccinations or homeschool and not be required to be vaccinated. The interesting part about this is the ongoing public debate about unvaccinated children posing an undue health risk to vaccinated children, vaccines having a connection to autism by its aluminum, mercury, and thimerosal contents, etc. It has really spiraled out of control and appears now to be more psychological than science.

There is tremendous conflict, especially from within the international medical community at the highest levels of the Center for Disease Control, about the safety concerns as they relate to vaccines. While professionals in the media have purported that the unvaccinated pose a public danger to vaccinated children, other medical professionals with an emphasis in immunology and neurology have gone toe-to-toe and publicly testified on record that there is no empirical evidence to show that the unvaccinated pose a health risk to the vaccinated.

So, we have this to-and-fro in the medical community all the while government is issuing mandates under the banner of public health and safety concern. When government decides in haste, especially under the banner of "public benefit," that is more often than not the queue to take a strong read deeper into the science and hard data. In my personal studies, I have discovered the DoD finances virus creation for "drills," which are designed to defendant against lab-created virus strains, therefore; the public has become a training ground for bio-medical experimentation of weaponry.

One of biggest myths needing to be ironed out at this time is that vaccines do not cause injuries. That is pure nonsense after my own personal experiences and the experience of others. It is reportedly "rare" that people experience side effects. If at least 1 in 3 people that receive the smallpox vaccine are forced to miss work in order to recover from a vaccine, that is not rare. The same is true for MMR, H5N1, Anthrax, etc.

In closing, I am reminded of World War Z and Resident Evil where pandemics began from human error in closely guarded top secret defense laboratories, yet today the unvaccinated are the target of public scrutiny. This makes total and complete sense! We deserve an award for this breakthrough in rationale.

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Holy See enters Treaty Recognizing State of Palestine

Prime Minister of Palestine and Pope
It is official. Palestine has been recognized as a State by the Holy See, but as you might already have guessed not everyone is smiling about the occasion. The State of Israel has been quick to offer its two cents explaining that an international accord with the Holy See tarnishes years of direct discussions between Israel and Palestine. The Vatican, on the other hand; sees this move as a step in a positive direction so as to facilitate "peace in the middle east" between two of some of the world's greatest foes.

What doesn't help Israel's case is that it has been indicted by the International Criminal Court ("ICC") at the Hague, Netherlands for international war crimes against the people of Palestine. While Israel has been raising and exhausting as many objections as they can, The Vatican recognizing Palestine as a State will surely aide the ICC in their journey to view Palestine as a State and hold parties accountable for their actions in violation of international conventions. A ballsy move by the State of Israel is the subtle questioning of the ICC's competence and jurisdiction in the affairs of Israel in the first place. "For whatever reason," the ICC has not brought the matter to trial…yet.

At this time, over 130 countries worldwide have officially recognized Palestine as a State, but Palestine does not require so much recognition to exercise the Right to self-determination (aka self-government). According to the Montevideo Convention on the Rights and Duties of States of 1933, it can declare Independence for itself without unjustified interference so long as it satisfies the four elements of Statehood.

Stephen Hawking is Wrong

Dr. Stephen Hawking
World-renowned theoretical physicist, Dr. Stephen Hawking, theorizes that the risks of contacting extra-terrestial (E.T.) life are too high as we might see a repeat of the terrible atrocities Christopher Columbus and his European fleets committed against Native Americans upon the breach of the Atlantic seashore centuries ago. Therefore, all attempts to contact intelligent life forms beyond our planet should be avoided at all costs. I say absolute nonsense! If there are indeed advanced civilizations that exist and functioning well beyond our own human comprehension, they must already understand the importance of universal cooperation ("co-operation") and co-existence.

Instead, I theorize that intelligent alien life will be peaceful and that this mode in itself is beyond the comprehension of humans. Why? Earth has not experienced world peace for any length of time according to understood and recorded history. Humans would literally have no idea how to respond to peace and what humans do not understand, they tend to "defend" themselves against, which creates ancillary problems. If there is anything to worry about, it is the human psyche in promoting war - an age old problem.

(2014 film, The Theory of Everything)

Now, if highly advanced alien life were to attack earth, they would certainly have the technology to transport across great distances to our planet, render all communications worthless, and subordinate the creatures of this entire planet. We would be as good as slaves or worse. What highly intelligent and civilized life forms would do is work on a way in which to introduce themselves as peaceful in a way us humans could understand such as diplomatic missionaries to indigenous people where missionaries make "peace offerings" such as introducing new technologies. Imagine trying to introduce yourself as peaceful in a cage full of baboons. Now, you might get the picture. If aliens appeared in public at all, governments would hastily seek to propagandize the situation into what might appear to be an alien invasion. This type of situation would put any neighbor in our universe in a very risky position thus the need to avoid the inducement of conflict by a more primitive species, humans.

Once humanity evolves enough to calm itself of its warlike ways and begins to cooperate with one another through peace treaties and further advancements, this might very well precipitate a comfortable enough situation for advanced civilizations to introduce themselves, their technologies and ways of life. How we treat our neighbors here at home is how we are going to treaty other life forms beyond our understanding. The first step? Understand and be patient with ourselves. Only then can we begin to understand and be patient with others.

(1977 film, Close Encounters of the Third Kind)

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Anniversary of US Air Force Dismissing Claims at Roswell

It is always an interesting journey to travel a "rabbit hole." One of these rabbit holes is that of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and discussion about these became mainstream between two incidents. One of these incidents occurred during what is known as the Battle of Los Angeles on February 25, 1942, and the other is Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.

You might remember the shoot-em-up 2011 film Battle: Los Angeles depicting a hostile extra-terrestrial (E.T.) invasion where U.S. Marine Staff Sergeant Michael Nantz (Aaron Eckhart) navigates a team composed of both Marines and civilians through the County of Los Angeles during an interplanetary war. February 1942 conceptualized that film in which the government narrative from that time maintains the U.S. Army shot at a "weather balloon" for 3 hours with over 1,200 rounds of ammunition taking down 3 objects with the largest craft having disappeared.

In 1947, it was reported by the Roswell Daily Record that a "flying saucer" was "captured"on a ranch. 3 hours thereafter, it was revised and maintained as a "weather balloon," so according to the government narrative nothing significant exists beyond our own planetary existence. With well over 100,000 UFO reported sightings from over 160 countries around the world, it becomes a topic difficult to dismiss. In fact, we have had Ministers from established nations such as Russia and Canada coming forth publicly with testimony, NASA astronauts who insist E.T.'s with technologies beyond our comprehension as humans exist, and the amount of testimonies never seem to end.

In 1974, a message composed by Carl Sagan in binary code was broadcasted by NASA from the Arecibo Radio Telescope in Puerto Rico to the edge of the Milky Way Galaxy or 21,000 light years away. This would mean that any message transmitted should have taken way more than a few decades to be received by any intelligent life, let alone be responded to and received in kind. In the original message, we communicated the fundamentals here on our planet. In this message, it was communicated that our standard system of calculation is the decimal system, our building block of life is carbon, etc.

In 2001, crop designs formed just outside of the Arecibo Radio Telescope location in Puerto Rico displaying a binary response marking the differences between humanity and the "responders." These differences were that silicon was the basic building block of life, the life form has an extra strand in its DNA, it averages 4 feet in height, there are over 12 billion of them inhabiting 3 planets in their solar system and they use a highly advanced communication system for dialogue.

So, the real question is why all of the secrecy and denial of interplanetary neighbors? This is best answered in one simple word - control! If you remember the film The Book of Eli, Denzel Washington's adversary, Carnegie, will stop at nothing to obtain a Bible from Eli to use it as a control mechanism against his own towns people. Without this Bible, Carnegie fears he will inevitably lose his power grip, however; once Carnegie obtains it from Washington, he comes to realize the Bible is transcribed in Braille for the blind and he cannot read what "the blind can see."

If our world ever discovers that E.T.'s do exist and that there are ways of life beyond religion and money, the control mechanisms of religion and money that big business and government have leveraged unto its bonded citizens will collapse like a stack of cards. This always happens in any corrupt system that is exposed where fraud and collusion are deep and rampant. What many different "field experts" have calculated is that upon exposure to much more highly advanced civilizations is that the paradigms of inferior civilizations will be required to make the greatest shift in understanding and learning a world as ours has ever had the opportunity to be afforded.

Friday, June 19, 2015

Americans Confused about Confederate History

As a proud blood relative of a Signatory to the Declaration of Independence, Samuel Huntington, who hailed from Scotland, Connecticut, I must say there is but a great deal of confusion surrounding the Confederate Flag and what it has historically stood for. Today, we are hearing that it is a symbol of "racism and hatred" following the events of Charleston, South Carolina. This is so far disconnected from reality, one must remind oneself that the people of the United States are ranked among the worst educated of developed nations in the world. That said, I do not completely fault Americans for their complete and utter stupidity, especially when it comes to their nation's history at highly emotional times.

The Confederate Flag has always stood for "State rights." The U.S. Constitution took away State rights when it was created to form a more "perfect Union" (Union v. Confederates = American Civil War) in 1789. Huntington, the President of the Continental Congress a decade prior to the creation of what we know today as the United States, held anti-Federalist sentiments, therefore; while he signed the Articles of Confederation and never did sign the U.S. Constitution, he firmly believed the States should have the rights only the Federal government enjoys today. The Federal powers so commonly despised today are because of the U.S. Constitution. Does the vague Tenth Amendment ring any bells?

More recently, we hear advocates promoting "State secession." This is what the Confederates pursued during the Civil War and what the Colonies desired during the American Revolutionary War. Colonists pursued secession from Britain and Confederates pursued secession from the Union. That simple, but somehow it has been construed as "racist" and "hatred" against the Black community? We are so bored nowadays, instead of conducting our own research to validate political talking points heard over the boob tube or Facebook's most "trendy" news topics, we have become accustomed to the convenience of vegetating on what syndicated political talking heads have to say about the nations most sensitive topics. When the hell did we become so lazy and such idiots?

If you want the Confederate Flag prohibited, then you have absolutely no room henceforth to bitch and complain the next time the Federal government does something that pisses you off because when that happens, you will remember President Huntington and myself smirking over your hypocrisy.