Thursday, December 5, 2013

Dec 4,1945-A Day of the Loss of US Sovereignty-A Senate Vote That Will "Go Down In Infamy!"

I have no respect  for FDR- so- I 'swiped' his phrase from the speech about the Japanese attack on the Pearl Harbor...and used  it for the attack and win against the Constitutional Sovereignty of the US-by getting us in the US into the debauched "United" Nations>>>
Three paragraphs from the wonderful article via the link-:>>>

"While the proposed Constitution was still before the states for ratification, another of the Framers, Alexander Hamilton, wrote in The Federalist, no. 69 that the president's authority as commander-in-chief of the army and navy would be considerably inferior to that of the British monarch. "It would amount to nothing more than the supreme command and direction of the military and naval forces, as first General and admiral of the Confederacy," Hamilton wrote, "while that of the British king extends to the declaring of war and to the raising and regulating of fleets and armies — all which, by the Constitution under consideration, would appertain to the legislature."
Congress last issued a formal declaration of war in December of 1941, when the United States entered World War II. President Truman's commitment of American forces to a United Nations "police action" in Korea started the nation down the road of a seemingly endless series of undeclared wars in Vietnam, the Dominican Republic, Bosnia, Somalia, Iraq (twice), Libya, and Afghanistan and other places where our armed forces have been sent to fight and often to engage in the kind of "nation-building" ill-suited to a military mission and which our Constitution in no way authorizes.
We have seen in recent years an erosion of constitutional liberties that has accompanied the ever-expanding role of America as the world's policeman. The ultra-secret National Security Agency continues to intercept our phone calls and e-mails, while Congress annually authorizes the president to detain terror suspects, including American citizens, indefinitely, without charge or trial. Meanwhile the trillions of dollars of war debt we have accumulated in Iran and Afghanistan pose an economic threat to our nation's security."


TS/WS said...
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TS/WS said...

And the Amendment that made the Senators - for SELL.
The 14th Amendment, so says the Supreme Court, makes us a citizen of the STATE (Fed Gov.) thus separating us from the Bill Of Rights.
If we want to be protected by the Bill Of Rights, we have to go to the Court House (County) and declare ourselves free and sovereign persons of the State we reside in.
Thus making us a enemy of the STATE (Fed Gov)

Mustang said...

It is time for another revolution.

christian soldier said...

TS-Thank you- I did not know that - because of the 14th-we have to go through legal hoops to declare ourselves to be under the Bill of Rights-

christian soldier said...

M-It is--time!

Kid said...

Democrat Communist presidents. It's a wonder we're still standing.

But man, so many good choices could have been made instead of creating a UN. One could have been do nothing. Let the socialists figure out how they'd defend themselves.

It's Nature's Way.

christian soldier said...

K " One could have been do nothing. Let the socialists figure out how they'd defend themselves."
My thoughts exactly-
Survival of the fittest-My bad!
The US should adhere to the wise words of Washington-"Stay out of the affairs of Europe."
Today he would have added-
'and the rest of the world!'