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Nevada’s Real ID is a real shame.

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Nevada, Nevada, Nevada – why in the world would you submit now to a Real ID? The American public is not facing the music the financial world has been playing for over 10 weeks now. We are flat busted. We don’t have money to finance a bailout or other federal-to-state programs. Things have been engineered to go bankrupt. The NWO cannot have it both ways. They can’t find the cash to federalize fascism when the fiscal system is broken. Good luck.
This is why I would turn to a State like Nevada and say, WHY CAVE NOW? Wyoming I can see because they begat the monster a.k.a Dick Cheney. Maryland I can see caving because Washington D.C. has them on the short leash. This..from a state who has the freedom to get away with the Bunny Ranches? C’MON!!

As I have said before, greenlighting Real ID is like committing to a federal railroad infrastructure plan when the surrounding states have shrugged it off. In this case, Nevada gets their fascist IDs and moves them forward to the border annnnd? And no one in the next state will observe or translate the technology or coordinate databases. What a waste.

Maybe their officials should stop frying in the desert on the good drugs the biometrics lobbys are paying for and wake up to their own prospects of identity theft and family violence. Nevada is going to wind up on the wrong side of the RFID deal.


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The Coming Secession

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While most Americans wonder where their jobs went to and where their “stimulus” check is, their states may be among the nine states that have already declared their sovereignty from the federal government under the Tenth Amendment of the Constitution, or may be one of the twelve states now considering doing the same.

As I review the Tenth Amendment, myself, the thought occurs to me that, under its protection, any one of us may declare individual sovereignty, as well. The actual wording is:

“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

In other words, any powers of autonomy from either the federal government or the states, so long as it’s not prohibited by the Constitution, can be legally claimed by any of us. What does this mean? Well, since the Constitution does not give either the federal government or the states the power to tax our personal incomes and labor (which is why the income tax was ruled unconstitutional twice before the banksters surreptitiously established the Federal Reserve and income tax, both of which are illegal), any of us can, at least in legal theory (never mind the fact that the powers that be have the guns and the jails to impose their will on us by force or implied force), stop paying our annual tribute to the Rothschilds and Rockefellers. Just a thought.

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