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“IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH”
by Michael Gaddy, ©2016, blogging at The Rebel Madman
(Mar. 30, 2016) — “Conspirators do not make minutes of their machinations, progress, and objectives. Seldom, therefore, can conspiracy be proved by other than circumstantial evidence. It is only by assembling the results, with such evidence as may be of the progress thereof by the participants, that the victim can ever make a case of conspiracy. If in the end there is a completed structure of result, the frame of which has been furnished piecemeal by several individuals, the parts when brought together showing adaptation to each other and fitness for the end accomplished, it is at least reasonable to infer concert in both planning and fabrication.” ~Scheele v. Union Finance & Loan Co., 200 Minn. 554 at 560, 274 N. W. 673 at 678 (1937). (Emphasis added)
Prior to, during, and shortly after our Second War for Independence, the Constitutional Republic designed and ratified by our forefathers was hijacked and destroyed by members of the International Banking Cartel and their bought and paid for members of our government including members of Congress, Cabinet Members and the US Supreme Court. This form of unconstitutional governance has continued to the present day, continually utilizing bought and paid for members of our government and we are today reaping the full whirlwind of that wind sown in the 1860s.
These politicians, members of the Executive, Judicial and Legislative branches of government and their useful idiots throughout the last 156 years are, in actuality, the “conspirators” referenced in the court case quoted above.
Our government is operated by criminals and we are hopelessly mired in a debt from which there is no recovery. Members of our military who should be protecting our borders and our Bill of Rights are dying and being maimed, or taking their own lives, not for God and Country but for the financial bottom line of those who have bought influence in our government. Our basic individual rights are falling away like leaves in a hurricane and we are slaves today to those same interests who hijacked our government those many years ago.
All of the above has occurred, not because our Constitution does not work, it has occurred precisely because it was abandoned and justified with the blatant and patently false belief that it was necessary to perpetuate a union by force of arms, inflicting hundreds of thousands of deaths and to free a race of people who today are in bondage, not where they are held to labor against their will, but slaves to a welfare system, black on black crime, abject poverty, and institutionalized ignorance, just as, if not more heinous and unjust than chattel slavery.
We can no more change this pattern of corruption and mendacity by electing new members to the criminal cabal who will, in turn, appoint and support more unconstitutional bureaucrats than we could change the overall goals of organized crime by electing or appointing a new “kingpin” or hitman for the Sinaloa drug cartel.
One of those “hitmen” in our history who was bought and paid for and spent most of his adult life destroying our Constitutional Republic was Salmon P. Chase. Chase was one of the “founders,” if you will, of the Republican Party and was elected Senator from Ohio in 1860. When Lincoln was elected president, he appointed Chase Secretary of the Treasury, not because of any special talent for that position, but because Chase had supported Lincoln at the Republican Party Convention.
Chase is often mentioned as a “civil rights activist” or “abolitionist” by historians; again the unmentioned intimation is: if someone of that era was an abolitionist, then whatever they did must be seen in history as acceptable. Any form of corruption is acceptable and even laudable if it is cloaked in the color of “civil rights.”
It is irresponsible to mention Chase without also mentioning the “Hazard Circular.” In all probability this is an object in history that is almost completely unheard of to most people, but, using the theory established in the quote at the beginning of this article one must not discount the object if the results are obvious, even if by so doing we are called conspiracy theorists.
It is necessary to demonize those who might present the Circular as evidence because it was circulated to the American Bankers by none other than the Bank of England. The Bank of England was founded by William Paterson in 1694 who once said, “The bank hath benefit of interest on all monies which it creates out of nothing.” Need I say more?
Hazard Circular: “Slavery is likely to be abolished by the war power, and chattel slavery abolished. This, I and my European friends are in favor of, for slavery is but the owning of labor, and carries with it the care of labor, while the European plan, led on by England, is that capital shall control labor by controlling wages. (minimum wage anyone?)
The great debt that capitalists will see to it is made out of the [Civil] war must be used to control the value of money. To accomplish this, the Government bonds must be used as a banking basis.
We are now waiting for the Secretary of the Treasury [Chase] of the United States to make this recommendation. It will not do to allow greenbacks, as they are called, to circulate as money any length of time, as we cannot control that, but we can control the bonds and through them the bank issues.” (Emphasis added)
We can discern from the Hazard Circular that Secretary Chase was being manipulated or controlled by the banking cabal. While there are those on the left and right who deny the existence of this circular* and the cabal’s control of Chase, and by default Lincoln, we must ask ourselves did the events as predicted in the circular actually occur. Facts are history.
Secretary Chase proposed and supported the National Banking Acts of 1863 and 1864.
“Government bonds must be used as a banking basis.” “We are now waiting for the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States to make this recommendation.” ~Hazard Circular.
Secretary Chase, realizing the necessity of collecting taxes in order to continue the war of aggression on the people and property of the South, also created the Bureau of Internal Revenue or what we commonly refer to today as the IRS.
Chase was ambitious and challenged Lincoln for the presidency in 1864 and would eventually run for president again in 1868 and 1872 while sitting as Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court.
Chase would use his position on the Supreme Court to further the interests of the banking cabal, especially in Texas v White. Chase, as Chief Justice, also presided over the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson, whom the Radical Republicans who supported Reconstruction schemed to impeach, in part because Johnson called the Reconstruction Act of 1867, a “bill of attainder against 9 million people, absolute despotism” and stated in his veto, “such a power has not been wielded by any Monarch in England in 500 years.”
In Texas v. White, Chase completed the destruction of the Constitutional Republic as established in 1788, the Ninth and Tenth Amendments of 1791 and obliterated the “consent of the governed” clause of the Declaration of Independence of 1776. Chase converted the “free and independent states” of our founders to the highly centralized and controlled government of oppression we have today.
For many decades, students in accredited law schools have been taught the Constitution means whatever the Supreme Court says it does, as if our founders had no meaning in mind when they wrote the words and phrases; that these meanings were founded on Natural and Common law; were thoroughly explained in the Ratification Conventions and are not subject to radical judicial interpretation. The trouble is many of the politicians running for office today and all too many ordinary citizens believe judges to be the gods of wisdom as to our founders’ intent.
Therefore, when the question of nullification or secession is brought up, the almost immediate referral is to Texas v White. It is imperative we know that when Texas v White was litigated, Texas was living under martial law and had no representation in the US legislature or free elections.
There was a motion made during the legal proceedings to dismiss the case on the basis Texas was not a “state’ at the time of the proceedings but was in fact, a “conquered territory under military occupation.” Of course, to accommodate his banking cartel handlers and forever taint legal precedent, Chase denied the motion and stated despite Texas being prostrated under military rule, she was still a state. Against all intentions of our founders and those who ratified the Constitution, Chase claimed that this country is an “indestructible union of indestructible states.”
To ensure the interest is paid on their fraudulent loans and bonds to our central government, the banking cabal cannot allow any state to remove themselves from the obligation to pay by simply opting out of the violated contract. Therefore, Chase stepped up to the plate for the bankers and rendered the desired decision. In return, Chase’s likeness was placed on the $10,000 note and his name is forever memorialized by one of the most powerful financial institutions in the Federal Reserve District on Wall Street.
“They [Radical Republicans in Congress] insisted that the existing governments of the Southern states be abolished. Also, to the Radical Republicans, the defeated Southern states offered a unique opportunity for a large-scale social experiment. They viewed the population of the South as simply a human chessboard. Central planners in Washington could micromanage the region and Federal troops would force compliance with their dictates. It was a bureaucrat’s dream come true. (Different from today, how? We have federal agencies and militarized law enforcement.)
Radical Reconstruction laws, which were passed over Johnson’s vetoes, consolidated the 10 excluded Southern states into 5 “military districts.” The responsibility for most civic functions, including elections, was removed from local communities and assumed by military governors. These governors were appointed by the Federal government and given unheard of powers. Registered voters, suspected of having aided or abetted the Confederate war effort, could be removed from voting lists at the discretion of the appointed governor. He could also add voters to the list if he believed they had been incorrectly omitted.
Entrances to polling places were controlled by Federal troops. When voting was complete, ballots were sealed and transported to military headquarters to be counted. Next, the ballot tally had to be certified behind closed doors by the military governor and his appointees known as a “returning board” who would determine the “intent” of the voters. Needless to say, the Republican ticket carried every election in the occupied Southern states. ~Gail Jarvis, Evil Republicans. (Emphasis added)
Is the unconstitutional view that “might makes right” and we are slaves to a large central government without the right to peacefully remove ourselves from tyranny and oppression common today? Of course, it is; just listen to people who say that the law is whatever the Supreme Court says it is and if that fails to convince you, read the words of one of the current members of the Supreme Court.
When asked by a playwright if a state could legally secede, the very “conservative” Justice Antonin Scalia replied:
“I am afraid I cannot be of much help with your problem, principally because I cannot imagine that such a question could ever reach the Supreme Court. To begin with, the answer is clear. If there was any constitutional issue resolved by the Civil War, it is that there is no right to secede. (Hence, in the Pledge of Allegiance, “one Nation, indivisible.”) Secondly, I find it difficult to envision who the parties to this lawsuit might be. Is the State suing the United States for a declaratory judgment? But the United States cannot be sued without its consent, and it has not consented to this sort of suit…”
Here, in one fell swoop, Scalia claims that the war, coercion, force, guns and bullets settled a constitutional issue, not the intent of our founders. He also referenced the Pledge of Allegiance, a piece of national socialist drivel of which Hitler would have been proud, written by a Socialist minister who preached “Jesus the Socialist” from the pulpit and was a founding member of Boston’s First Nationalist Club.
The pledge, a ritual chant in support of a government that compels one to ask is such a pledge appropriate for a free people? Since the banking cartel controls our government are we chanting allegiance to them as well? Would a free and independent people not be better served pledging allegiance to our Bill of Rights?
We labor today under a tyrannical, de facto government that is diametrically opposed to the government our founders believed they were creating and the delegates to the State Ratification Conventions believed they were agreeing to.
Our government is the evil spawn of the bankers and their bought and paid for splendid dupes in the White House, Congress, courts and unconstitutional bureaucracies that Patrick Henry referred to as “federal sheriffs.” This government, under the guise of preserving the Union and freeing an oppressed people, has made slaves of us all. It cannot be remedied at the ballot box by voting for incumbents or those endorsed by the leadership of the two major parties.
“War is peace. Freedom is Slavery. Ignorance is strength.” ~George Orwell, 1984
- The Hazard Circular, the existence of which has been denied by our government and court historians, was recently discovered, It can be found here with the following explanation: “This is evidence on the infamous Hazard Circular document, which contains information a giant conspiracy by the Bank of England to enslave the people of America through the control of the money supply. It appeared in the book The Little Statesman.”
Author’s note: This concludes the four-part series on the facts and true causes behind our Second War for Independence. I have dedicated this series to my friend Joey from Ft. Smith, Arkansas who has devoted untold personal resources, including, but not limited to, his considerable legal skills in a continuing battle against the Cultural Marxists, [better known as Carpetbaggers and Scalawags to true Southrons] of Ft. Smith. All who care about the preservation of the ideals of our founding generation, our culture and our symbols, owe a debt to Joey. (Rebel Madman)