BTW, the correct term is “freedom strikes”.
Sheer bloody madness.
Editor’s Note: While shocking to Americans of 2015, those remaining alive in the second decade of the 21st century understand that several pre-war states – and Canadian provinces – remained essentially intact during the Troubles and formed the core of North American resistance to the Federal/EU/NATO/Global Banking/Islamic forces deployed across the former United States and Canada.
The attached draft document was prepared by Allied staff as a working document for meetings dealing with the imminent surrender of the enemy alliance in mid-2023. As such, it does not reflect the changes made by senior leadership in those meetings. It is offered here as evidence of the thinking underlying the final North American alliance agreement:
I. Pursuant to the armistice agreement signed between representatives of the Allied forces and the United States of America on [insert date], the government of the United States of America is hereby dissolved, with all obligations, treaties, laws, regulations, and court decisions thereof of whatever kind being repudiated irrevocably and in full.
II. Subject to the political processes and structures currently in place in the Allied jurisdictions in North America, the following interim governing agreement shall be effective immediately in all former jurisdictions, territories, and possessions of the former United States of America and its allies:
III. Amendments 1-10 and 13 of the Bill of Rights amending the Constitution of the United States shall be incorporated verbatim into this interim governing agreement.
IV. In addition, the Declaration of Independence, dated 4 July, 1776, shall be incorporated verbatim into this interim governing agreement.
V. Within six months after the date of this interim governing agreement, all Allied military forces shall be evacuated from all of the former jurisdictions, territories, and possessions of the former United States of America and its allies, except insofar as those forces are needed to maintain humanitarian relief efforts ongoing in those areas and as otherwise noted below.
VI. Within one year after the date of this interim governing agreement, the Allied Forces Border and Property Resolution Committee shall present its recommendations on the disposition of former Federal and Federally-allied property to the legislatures of the Allied jurisdictions for their consideration and approval. Said approval shall be deemed granted by a 2/3 majority of the Allied jurisdictions.
VII. Prior to the departure of Allied military forces from any of the former jurisdictions, territories, and possessions of the former United States of America and its allies, the residents of that area must establish a plan for an interim government of their design, said interim government being consistent with the amendments 1-10 and 13 of the Bill of Rights amending the Constitution of the United States, the Declaration of Independence, and this interim governing agreement. That interim government structure shall be reviewed by the Allied military authorities for that area, and if deemed acceptable, shall be certified as such by those authorities. Once ratified by ¾ of the residents of that area, that interim governing structure shall become the basis for government in that area of the former United States of America, and, once established, provide the basis for the departure of Allied military forces in that area.
VIII. Maintenance of a government consistent with the approved interim governing agreement both in form and in substance shall be prima facie evidence of that area’s peaceable intentions towards all North Americans, just as removal of such government in form or substance shall be prima facie evidence of hostile intentions by that jurisdiction.
IX. It shall be an affirmative defense in any court having jurisidiction over any area within the former United States of America to any criminal charge involving crimes against the person that the actions alleged to have been committed by the defendant were predicated on the victim’s violation of his or her oath of office.
X. All other rights and powers not expressly described in this interim governing agreement are expressly reserved to the Allied states of the former United States of America and provinces of Canada, new states formed pursuant to Article VII of this agreement, and/or the residents of each state described in this article.
Here’s the net-net on the Amerikanischen Geheimdienstes Stasi:
It’s much worse than you think.
None of these explanations provide a good basis for continuing to pretend away the failures of USC/BoR at limiting government or protecting individual freedom.
Ask those who have been in the game.
Sharpen your mind.
Toughen your body.
Harden your heart.
Thoughts on the arc of American history, from a reader.
Sic transit gloria mundi.
And for those who haven’t completed their analyses:
There’s no way out but through.
While you still can.
Our military needs the best soldiers, marines and airmen it can get.
We shouldn’t let our broken immigration system stand in the way of our military’s recruitment goals.
By statute, the Secretary can authorize the enlistment of non-citizens when it is “vital to the national interest.” And enabling the best and brightest in our nation to serve in uniform, including DREAMers, is clearly “vital to the national interest.”
And you voters in the audience?
The Republicans did this.
No worries, though – the FOP says all is well.
Abner Louima could not be reached for comment.