MOB CONTROLS U.S. GOVERNMENT

On December 30, 2014, in Uncategorized, by trayho

This article explains how criminals in Congress (with help from the Supreme Court) entice States to do what the federal government may not do. Do not forget – the bigger the government the more money it needs to operate – hence, government borrowing in the trillions. This travesty against your Constitution, the socialist/communist welfare state, is the invention of the International Bankers – they invented communism to make money and to control.

Communism’s principles are defined in the 10 Planks of the Communist Manifesto. (1848) The progressive graduated income tax – the more you make the more they take. (2nd plank). You raise hell and government uses all kinds of means to get you but the harshest is the IRS. “Go after rebel and dissidents.” (4th Plank) But the most damaging is the 5th plank – the central bank. This is the one the U.S. government committed treason – giving bankers control of our monetary system. We’ve been communized and millions have no clue, including many of the elected because this criminal system is all they’ve ever known or don’t care.

The first order of business was for Bankers to capture our monetary system – it happened in 1913 via the Federal Reserve Act which is unconstitutional because only Congress can coin money and regulate the value of it – so says your Constitution. It is still there because no one can change the Constitution via any Act by government contrary to what the Constitution reads. Only a criminal government believes otherwise. Today’s article in the Wall Street Journal is by James L. Buckley, a retired appellate judge and a former U.S. Senator.

HOW CONGRESS BRIBES STATES TO GIVE UP POWER.

This is how FDR,a socialist/communist, was able to execute the welfare state by first starving America (Depression) and then dangling a carrot to the States and they quickly obliged. Literally, hundreds of socialist programs were enacted and has never stopped. Article follows.

Before the newly elected members of Congress become contaminated by the prevailing congressional culture, they should consider a reform that would achieve a broader range of benefits than any other they might embrace: dismantling the more than 1,100 grants-in-aid programs that spend one-sixth of the federal budget on matters that are the exclusive business of state and local governments. Congressional freshmen should be warned, however, that if they accept this suggestion they will be fiercely opposed by their senior colleagues who have found the creation and exploitation of lucrative grants-in-aid programs the surest way to scratch their constituents’ backs (“think entitlements”) and ensure their re-election. But that should add zest to the enterprise.

Those programs, which provide funding for Medicaid as well as everything from road and the bridge construction to rural housing, job training and fighting childhood obesity – now touch virtually every activity in which state and local governments are engaged. Their direct cost has grown, according to the federal budget, to an estimated $640.8 billion in 2015 from $24.1 billion in 1970. , which provide funding for Medicaid as well as everything from road and the bridge construction to rural housing, job training and fighting childhood obesity – now touch virtually every activity in which state and local governments are engaged. Their direct cost has grown, according to the federal budget, to an estimated $640.8 billion in 2015 from $24.1 billion in 1970.

Their indirect cost, however, go far beyond the numbers both in terms of dollars wasted and the profound distortions they have brought about in how we govern ourselves. Because the grants come with detailed federal directives, they deprive state and local officials of flexibility to meet their own responsibilities in the most effective ways, and undermine their citizens’ ability to ensure that their taxes will be used to meet their priorities rather than those of distant federal regulators. The irony is that the money the states and local governments receive from Washington is derived either from federal taxes paid by residents of the states or from the sale of bonds that their children will have redeem. (When local governments issue bonds, private property of citizens is put up as collateral – in case you didn’t know).

Congress finds the authority to enact those programs in the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Constitution’s general-welfare clause in Steward Machine Co. v. Davis (1937). More recently, in the court’s 2012 NFIB v. Sebelius decision upholding the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate, Chief Justice John Roberts wrote that Congress may use federal funds to “induce States to adopt policies that the Federal Government itself could not impose,” so long as participation by the states is voluntary. To put it another way, Congress is licensed to dabble in areas in which it is forbidden to act, which it does by bribing the states to adopt Congress’s approaches to problems that are the states’ exclusive responsibility.

“. . . policies that the Federal Government itself could not impose . . “? This is because it is not an enumerated power in the Constitution authorizing Congress jurisdiction over our health. That also applies to education, abortion, same-sex marriage, and other issues that are not Congress’s responsibility. As if this strong-armed politics is not enough, Judge Roberts changed the wording of the Affordable Care Act which he had no constitutional authority to do – he should have sent it back to Congress to redo – even for one word. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court violated our Constitution. This is what happens in a “democracy” – the subversion of the three branches of government. It is called mob rule. Correct me if I’m wrong – anyone? I welcome constructive criticism.

It is impossible, in this article, to detail all the costs imposed by those programs, but here are some of the most egregious ones: They add layers of federal and state administrative expenses to the cost of subsidized projects; distort state priorities by offering lucrative grants for purposes of often trivial importance; and undermine accountability because state officials bound by federal regulations can’t be held responsible for the costs and failures of the projects they administer. Finally, and of prime importance, those programs have subverted the Constitution’s federalism, its division of federal and state responsibilities, that was intended to prevent a concentration of power in a central government that could threaten individual liberties. The states are free to decline to participate (some have) in the programs, but that has proved very hard to do. Money from Washington is still regarded as “free” and state officials are delighted to accept grants, strings and all, rather than raise the extra money that would be required to pay the full cost of the projects they freely undertake with federal subsidies. What makes declining grants particularly difficult is the fact that if a state does not participate in a program, its share of the money – derived in whole or part from its own taxpayers – will go elsewhere.

There is only one way to resolve the problems that have resulted from Congress’s addiction to grants-in-aid programs, and that is to terminate all of them. (This guy is a chili-dreamer like me) They must all go because none is free of the assed cost described above. If any exception is made, members of Congress will be encouraged to launch a new wave of grants on the assurance that theirs will be except from the problems and costs that have plagued the existing ones, and it would take another generation to prove them wrong.

Let me play the Chicken Little – “the sky is falling” routine. I don’t understand how “learned” people can be so optimistic about our future. Don’t these people understand what has happened to our country? Communism has overthrown government that used to belong to us.

In the 1960s communism became a force to reckon with. It infiltrated all our institutions. Look at all the socialist/communist programs that have been shoved down our throats. And now we have a criminal Executive Branch, constitutionally out of control; violating our laws every day (Department heads, run by Czars) and Congress does nothing. Communists in government and in the media have fueled-the-fire in race relations. This asshole in the “Black House” and his anti-white Attorney General are responsible for the rebirth of black vs. white in America. Black thugs burn and riot and “whitey” is scared to death. The underclass blacks could burn the whole country and the apathetic Americans would complain about their TV not working. Aw . . . shit! I’m going to get a beer and see if I left a “roach” in the ash tray. Continuing with the article . . . Burp! Puff Puff . . .

Yet because federal transfers now constitute about 30% of the states’ revenues, Congress cannot cut off the funds overnight. Therefore, it should terminate the programs by converting all the grants the states and localities are currently relying on into single, no-strings-attached block grants, one for each state that would be phased out over six years. That would allow Congress and the states the time to adjust their respective tax codes to accommodate the successive reductions in the federal transfers.

If the newcomers to Congress embrace the reform, the timing could not be more propitious. Recent stories concerning the incompetence, and worse, at the IRS, (Lifeblood of Communism – the 4th Plank of the Communist Manifesto – “Go after dissidents and rebels.”) the Veterans Health Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and other federal agencies have undermined the myth that Washington necessarily knows best.Once Americans have learned the true cost of those programs, they will know they have everything to gain from their termination both as citizens and taxpayers. (The end)

After turning over the monetary system to the International Jewish Bankers (Since when is the truth anti-Semitic?) the 16th Amendment (Income tax) was passed; (also 1913) This was a way to extract taxes from citizens to pay bankers interest for the borrowing. Also, the 17th Amendment was passed in 1913. What a clean sweep – all this change took place at the same time. Before the 17th, Senators were elected by State Legislatures. Their primary responsibility was to protect state rights. All this was destroyed by criminals in government. Now people could vote for senators directly. It sounded great to the people but once the elected got to Washington the bribery took place and to hell with state rights.

The bankers created the depression and readied the starving country for an asshole – FDR, who began socializing America with dozens of federal programs. People loved him but didn’t have a clue what was going on. With empty stomachs people reached for the carrots. And now the same thing is happening with AllahBama in the White House – amnesty for millions? You’ll be sorry. In the future your descendants may become domestic help and landscapers working in “Brown America.” Mexican culture is being forced and accepted in California and is becoming the first Pinata state in the Union. If you take the time, go to my archives and you’ll find many articles (by others, with my commentaries, of course – poorly written commentary by me – but so what?) that you’ve never seen before. It is an eye-opener of all the rotten things elected criminals have done to us. We have a criminal government – What are you going to do about it? I love you America.

Quote of the day: “You talk about capitalism and communism and all that sort of thing, but the important thing is the struggle everybody is engaged in to get better living conditions, and they are not interested too much in the form of government.” (Bernard Baruch)

Any bureaucrat, who follows an illegal, unconstitutional directive from the president, should be liable for a criminal crime. We must not allow bureaucrats to do as they please. That goes for the military, also – DO NOT OBEY UNCONSTITUTIONAL ORDERS BY ANY PRESIDENT!

Franktrejo1257@hotmail.com or Frank 602-359-5229

 

 

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