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Sovereignty Hypocrisy – Part II

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Continuing my investigation into those states that are supposedly declaring their “sovereignty” from the federal government under the Tenth Amendment, I have added further to my case that the so-called “sovereignty movement” is a farce used to conceal the several states’ cooperation with an increasingly fascistic federal government.

This additional evidence comes in the form of the various martial law drills and exercises that have been conducted in recent months across the nation.

Colorado, one of the states declaring it’s “sovereignty,” was host to martial law drills in Denver during the 2008 presidential campaign, as well as in Colorado Springs. Colorado has two FEMA camp locations.

Alabama hosts a company named Body Guard and Tactical Security (BATS), which supplied personnel for the martial law takeover drill in New Orleans following Katrina (see the eighth paragraph of this article). In addition, Alabama is host to six FEMA camp locations.

The town of Helena, Arkansas was under martial law in the summer of 2008. Arkansas is among the states declaring its sovereignty. Arkansas also hosts several FEMA camps.

California has held martial law and FEMA camp drills since 2001. California’s governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger is an admitted admirer of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis, as well as being the son of a Nazi police officer who was in the SS in WWII. California is also among those states now supposedly declaring it’s “sovereignty” from the federal government. California has several FEMA camp locations, including Vandenberg Air Force Base.

The Third Infantry’s 1st Brigade, which returned from Iraq in October 2008 to police the United States in violation of the 1876 Posse Comitatus Act, is under the command of NORTHCOM (also a violation of Posse Comitatus, as well as the Constitution) and is stationed at Fort Stewart in Georgia. Georgia is also a state alleging to declare “sovereignty” from the federal government. Fort Benning, among several other locations in Georgia, has a FEMA detention center.

Recently, there were martial law drills in Hayden, Idaho. Idaho is yet another of the several states declaring its “sovereignty.” Idaho also has a probable FEMA detention camp.

Indianapolis, Indiana hosted martial law drills in 2008, disguised as “urban warfare drills” for troops going to Iraq. Indiana is also “declaring sovereignty.” Indiana has several FEMA camps.

Missouri’s SB1212 calls for, among other things, “members of the Missouri National Guard [to be] ordered to active duty in the case of a declaration of martial law.” Missouri is another of the states supposedly not cooperating with that sort of thing anymore, having declared its “sovereignty.” Missouri will also host “detainees.”

A U.S. Marine drill sergeant boasted, in early 2008, that the U.S. military is preparing troops to “fire on women and children wherever appropriate, ‘show no mercy’ etc.” and that martial law and FEMA camps are being prepared for in the U.S. and prisoner boxcars are being pre-positioned in Montana for this purpose. Montana is also among those states that has supposedly declared “sovereignty.”

An alleged FEMA camp is located in Northernwestern New Hampshire, near Lake Hampshire. New Hampshire is also among the states now declaring sovereignty.

The states declaring “sovereignty” under the Tenth Amendment also include Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Nevada, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington.  All of these states also host FEMA detention facilities.

So, given the track record of the states “declaring sovereignty,” can any of these “resolutions” be worth the paper they were printed on?

Sovereignty Hypocrisy

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I have recently come to suspect that the “sovereignty” being declared from the federal government by several states is a sham – a clever ruse designed to placate the people while their states actually prepare for the coming martial law.

In part, I have based this suspicion on the fact that, among those states declaring their supposed “sovereignty” have been several that have been busily passing new gun control laws that claim to “protect” their respective citizens from gun confiscations during martial law (a very telling statement in itself), while, at the same time, actually facilitating it.

But, there is yet more evidence that some of the same states declaring “sovereignty” from the federal government are otherwise cooperating with the federal government.

Take, for example, the unemployment benefits extended to the states by the new stimulus bill passed by the Obama administration. While there are five states (Alaska, Mississippi, Louisiana, South Carolina and Idaho) whose governors have said they will refuse the acceptance of those funds on principal, the remaining forty-five states have not done so. Among them is Oklahoma, the first state to issue a declaration of sovereignty. It has not only accepted those funds, but is already distributing them, as of February 28th.

While Mississippi’s governor is among those refusing the funds (and Mississippi is also one of the states declaring sovereignty), its SB2036, a law that supposedly prevents gun confiscations during martial law, actually facilitates the confiscation of guns by leaving it up to a police officer’s sole discretion. Considering what we know about cops having been trained to take our guns in recent years, I leave it to you to decide whether this Mississippi law does anything to protect Mississippi’s gun owners or not. Refusing the stimulus funds (at least for unemployment benefits, anyway – we don’t know what other funds Mississippi may or may not be accepting from the stimulus pie), while it may seem aligned with the purposes of declaring state sovereignty, is easily done if the long-term plan is for martial law – a situation in which those extended unemployment benefits will no doubt be revoked, anyway. But, preparing for martial law by hurriedly passing laws that help to implement it – as SB2036 actually does, despite the claims to the contrary, is a glaring contradiction of the entire purpose and principle of declaring state sovereignty, is it not?

As for Louisiana’s record, the Katrina debacle speaks volumes about their willingness to go along with federal plans for martial law – they’ve already done it, during the martial law practice run that was the response to Katrina, during which firearms were seized from the population of New Orleans, leaving law abiding citizens (many of whom were not affected by the flooding) without any means to protect themselves from looters for weeks.

NVIC Vaccine Risk Report Reveals More Serious Reaction Reports After Gardasil

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http://www.businesswire.com/portal/site/home/permalink/?ndmViewId=news_view&newsId=20090209005358&newsLang=en

 

February 09, 2009 07:30 AM Eastern Time 

NVIC Vaccine Risk Report Reveals More Serious Reaction Reports After Gardasil

Vaccine Safety Group Calls for Investigation

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Comparing serious adverse event reports to the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) following Gardasil (HPV) and another vaccine for meningococcal (Menactra), the National Vaccine Information Center (www.NVIC.org) found that there are three to 30 times more serious health problems and deaths reported to VAERS after Gardasil vaccination. As reported by CBS News, the longtime vaccine safety watchdog group is calling for action, including an investigation by the Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) and the U.S. Congress into the fast-tracked licensure and government recommendation that all young girls and women get Gardasil vaccine.

“Merck only studied the vaccine in fewer than 1200 girls under age 16 and most of the serious health problems and deaths in the pre-licensure clinical trials were written off as a ‘coincidence,’” said NVIC co-founder and president, Barbara Loe Fisher. “If the new Administration and Congress want to make government recommended health care safer, more effective and less expensive, a good place to start is by looking into the human and economic costs of Gardasil vaccine.”

Gardasil and Menactra vaccines are recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for gradeschool, high school and college age children, although Gardasil is only given to girls while Menactra is given to both girls and boys. If reports of Gardasil vaccine-related adverse events are only coincidental as maintained by CDC officials in October 2008, there would be little or no difference in the number and severity of adverse event reports for both vaccines.

Using the MedAlerts database, compiling data for VAERS through November 30, 2008, NVIC found that compared to Menactra, Gardasil is associated with at least twice as many Emergency Room visit reports (5,021), four times as many Death reports (29); five times as many “Did Not Recover” reports (2,017) and seven times as many “Disabled” reports (261). There have been 34 reports of thrombosis, 27 reports of lupus, 23 reports of blood clots, 16 reports of stroke, and 11 reports of vasculitis following Gardasil vaccine given alone without any other vaccines. There are three to six times more fainting or syncope reports after Gardasil vaccination than after Menactra and there have been 544 reports of seizures following Gardasil and 158 after Menactra (73 Menactra-associated seizures involved co-administration with Gardasil).                                       

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Farm Bills, NAIS and other national disasters

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In 2007, Representative Colin Peterson (D) MN, slipped a provision into the 2007 Farm Bill, reducing the number of required federal inspections for small meat processors.  I find this interesting considering how hard he is pushing NAIS.

 

By Peterson’s own admission, he has authored several bills moving the inspection of food from the FDA to the USDA.  Somehow, this seems akin to shuffling chairs on the deck of the Titanic.  Neither agency is capable or willing to work within their mandates. 

 

It would appear Peterson condones the harassment and raids by USDA and FDA on farms and ranches in order to frighten them into complying with NAIS and to end independent farms and ranches in favor of industrialized factory farms.

 

USDA was given the job of enacting the 2005 Labeling Law, which would have required the country of origin to be listed on the label and could have been a [traceability] component when food contamination appeared in the US as a result of e-coli, melamine additives to falsely increase protein content in animal foods, and other contaminants that were dumped into our food supply and co-mingled with domestic products.

 

As of this date, USDA still has NOT enacted that law claiming that it is too cost prohibitive.  But! it seems they have LOTS of money to spend trying to implement and force compliance in the National Animal Identification System; A system no one but industrial factory farms and bio-pirates wants or needs. 

 

As of 2007, the USDA and FDA combined were only inspecting 1% of the $65 billion in food imports.  Almost without exception, any food contamination has occurred in the contents of imported foods and seldom occurs in domestic production systems and when it has happened, is usually at the point of processing where we are supposed to have inspectors.  Once these contaminated and un-inspected food products are dumped into the domestic food supply, it is nearly impossible to track the source.  I was able to find no data for 2008.

Domestic producers (other than most meat), can expect to see an FDA inspector once every 5-10 years.

If I understand correctly, FDA even with USDA help cannot inspect any more than 1% of food imports, cannot show up to inspect domestic producers any more often than once in every 5-10 years because they are so understaffed and under funded……but they have the time and resources to conduct raids and put farms and ranches under surveillance who have refused to submit to NAIS and Premises ID? 

 

When the head of Georgia Peanut Company knowingly ships out contaminated products while sitting on a quality control board for the USDA, I believe it highly unlikely that USDA would be an agency capable of protecting anyone’s safety on any level. 

 

It seems to me if our food producers are so vulnerable to safety issues, we would strengthen the known source of most contamination: foreign imports. Yet even as the multiple instances of food contamination were reported, neither USDA nor FDA or Colin Peterson for that matter, made any move to halt imports from China, Viet Nam, or Mexico: countries that had all sent us contaminated foods.   And, neither did anyone else in either house of congress.  I guess as long as they weren’t forced to consume any of this garbage shipped in from countries whose standards are nearly non-existent, it didn’t matter.

As food imports have increased dramatically in the last ten years, food inspections have decreased. 

Colin Peterson had this to say about contaminated foreign products in May, 2007:

“The next time tainted food or feed products slip through the very large crack in our import inspection system, we may be forced to confront a much more serious situation in terms of animal or human health” he said.

Wouldn’t this indicate at the very least that the attempt to force a pointless, costly program that has absolutely no value to anyone (NAIS) should be scrapped and an increase in inspections, labeling and tracking of imports be the cause of the day? 

 

©2009 Marti Oakley

 

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