Monday, 18 April 2016

On Checking Legitimacies

1) from ’Ted Cruz Admitted Not A US Citizen - An Illegal Alien With No CRBA’ - Rick Wells - April 18

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Both JB Williams and Steven Pidgeon need to keep it simpler: Quote the SOURCE of the definition of a ‘natural born’ citizen that the constitutional Framers were clearly, by the historical record, going by: E. de Vattel’s ‘The Law of Nations, Or Principles of Natural Law’: “The natives, or natural born citizens, are those born in the country, of parents who are citizens…” – an eligibility requirement that has never been changed by the only way that it can be changed: by a constitutional amendment.

They could also point out the main/specific REASON for that requirement, which is also supported by the historical record (John Jay’s letter to G. Washington, in his role as Chair of the C.C. proceedings): to make sure that the occupant of that PARTICULAR office, who would as well then become the Commander in Chief of the nation’s military forces, had NO DUAL OR OTHERWISE CONFLICTING LOYALTIES OR ALLEGIANCES OR INFLUENCES. Had SOLE ALLEGIANCE to the U.S.

These two points are the key to the whole case. They should be used, not overlooked, whenever the issue comes up for discussion.

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Sent: Sunday, April 17, 2016 12:21 PM

Forget CNN, CBS, MSNBC, Fox, BBC and the rest: Watch a Donald Trump Q&A, and then decide if you like him or not—and perhaps discover why the MSM don't like him:

(my reply - April 17)

Well done for posting this and giving people outside of the country a chance to see and feel for themselves what theTrump phenomenon is all about.  In many ways it is a replay of 1980, when, after Jimmy Carter appeared to be an ineffectual leader, letting the U.S. be walked all over, and all of a sudden the people woke up and saw that the U.S. government had sold the Panama Canal, and felt what that portended for the country, Ronald Reagan rode into Washington D.C. on his white horse from all the way over in California and promised to kick some butt, "and make America great again". (Trump's motto.  Reagan's was "It's morning again in America".)  Now, many people may not like the idea of American 'becoming great again'.  But at its heart, it is important for the world.  Because America stands for the individual as opposed to the collective; liberty as opposed to serfdom.   'Yeah - liberty to trash the environment' sneers the ecofascist watermelon.  Well, that's a whole issue in itself.  Yes, 'liberty' can do that.  But under the rule of law, 'liberty' can be maneuvered to do good things even for the environment.  And anyway, the Global Warming/Climate Change 'thing' is a canard, employed by the collectivists to try to put us all in their ant heap.

Anyway, just to say, a lot of Americans are mad as hell (there is hardly a middle class left in the country) and they aren't going to take it anymore, and The Donald is speaking for them, against the 'suits' in Washington, D.C. - to say, the District of Corruption - who want the country to collapse into their filthy, money-grubbing hands, and their totalitarian New World Order.  

Go Donald.  If you aren't the full answer, you certainly are in that direction. 



Sent: Monday, April 18, 2016 12:19 AM
To: Stan Stanfield

Thanks, Stan.

The fact that Trump is seemingly universally despised by the world's media has to be a good thing, right?

Doesn't it depend, though, on how fiendishly clever the Cabal is? Would we put it past them, with their global reach and control, to have conjured this whole drama up—presenting their man as the candidate they hate..?

Every 4 years the applicants say the same thing, offering change, transparency, freedom, the nostalgic return to family values. Every 4 years the gormless American goldfish buy their flags and queue to drag their 'votes' into the Diebold trash icon.

Ho hum.

ps. Did I ever tell you my great uncle Bill was a Blackshirt..?

(my reply - April 18)

"ps. Did I ever tell you my great uncle Bill was a Blackshirt..?"

No - but I can believe it.

As to other things that we are asked to believe: Yes, I agree, that TPTB are so duplicitous and powerful that they could put up a 'stalking horse,' or a Bre'r Rabbit 'Don't throw me into the briar patch!' offense.  And Trump HAS some aspects of his background that can give conservatives pause as to his real feelings and loyalties.  But he is and has been, above all, a businessman, who plays both sides of the aisle, as it were, to make business progress.  And it is obvious, from his appearances, that he is really and truly disgusted with how the U.S. has been sold out, by the New World Order crowd, in their turning of the U.S. into a Third World 'good' member of a region of their totalitarian Order - that he is a true, patriotic American.  And that, of course, is enough to make many around the world - and in this country - fear and hate him; because they are collectivist s.o.b.'s who want to see the U.S. cut down.  Sometimes for good reasons, as in the military-industrial-complex persona.  But also because they want to have a socialist One World. Because they want all those effing freebies of a socialist Order.  With nary a thought as to how it's theft - pure and simple - to steal from Peter to put in Paul's pocket.

But don't get me started.

Or about those effing Diebold electronic voting machines.........

P.S. I refused to vote in a local election this past week, after [going there and] checking out their requirements, because my state does not require us to identify ourselves.  I also went to the trouble to check out with our County Voting Office as to what measures they take to check that the names on the voter reg rolls are legitimate.  Answer: 'We don't.'  Why not?  Because people sign up on it "on penalty of perjury".  And are they ever checked out as to whether they are legitimate or not, to put any teeth to the declaration??  Crickets...

You can't make this stuff up.   

I want to go home.

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