Resolution on Citizen’s United is not sound
A century ago J.P. Morgan, Mandel House and others instigated the outrage of WWI, in order to justify a “peacemaking” League of Nations — the future UN. Morgan next purchased the editorial powers of 25 major newspapers in the United States, to promote that same step-by-step unelected world-control grid. The Morgan plan was to gradually diminish, then eliminate the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. The lawless CIA and “peaceful” UN would act worldwide as a front for monopoly, for a veiled thug-powered globalist government based in banking cartel control over money and credit.
Today we see all this, full blown. Just look at Greece. At home, ubiquitous fake CFR-controlled media with cookie cutter left-right opinions (anti-business, pro-business, pro-abortion, pro-life, etc.) foster unwarranted tensions to stir up attitudes, mentalities that essentially belong only in 1930s Germany: “Shut down Fox News!” means shut down speech.
The Morgan/Rockefeller elite want these Nazi attitudes, Nazi-like systems. They are the jet-set Mafia, the hidden, safe 1 percent, or tiny fraction of it, whose competition are the healthy, free and conscientious medium-sized businesses: so very different, regulated to death, so persecuted; think of Hobby Lobby.
We’ve been duped by class warfare “corporations are evil” ideology day in and day out just so that we will become an unwitting army against our own best, brightest, most conscientious citizens. Simultaneously, a seemingly harmless board game we were given in childhood soothed us into overlooking and participating in the real crime: monopoly and financial cartel.
In 2010, a Supreme Court decision affirmed freedom of the press and of speech, for a corporation-supported organization called Citizens United, which had tried to distribute a video critical of Hillary Clinton during the 2008 presidential campaign. Extremely well-funded attacks upon the Court’s Citizens United decision soon followed; these were led by controlled media such as the New York Times megacorporation, by NPR, mainstream outlets and also the fake alternative media. The entire public was enlisted into believing a fantasy, a fabrication: the notion that the Court decision had given PACS, super PACs, or wealthy individuals extra ability to fund elections. In reality, the Citizens United decision left such things unchanged; it only drew a line in the sand that shielded free speech for independent contributors. Without such a line, our entire First Amendment would be on the rocks at this moment. Even the Times itself felt compelled to print the following: “‘If the First Amendment has any force,’” Justice Anthony M. Kennedy wrote for the majority, which included the four members of the court’s conservative wing, ‘it prohibits Congress from fining or jailing citizens, or associations of citizens, for simply engaging in political speech.’ …Justice Kennedy’s majority opinion said that there was no principled way to distinguish between media corporations and other corporations and that the dissent’s theory would allow Congress to suppress political speech in newspapers, on television news programs, in books and on blogs.”
The “Move to Amend the Constitution” initiative coming up for a vote in Peterborough is essentially written by the Rockefellers. It entirely abolishes the Bill of Rights: “Artificial entities, such as corporations, limited liability companies, and other entities, established by the laws of any State, the United States, or any foreign state shall have no rights under this Constitution and are subject to regulation by the People, through Federal, State, or local law.” So the catch, the trap, is the fact that “Artificial entity,” “legal entity” or “legal person” are three identical terms and all mean any individual, proprietorship, partnership, corporation, association, or other organization that has, in the eyes of the law, the capacity to make a contract or an agreement.
The Trojan horse amendment we are supposed to be so enthusiastic about, actually ends all human rights. The empire now has no clothes.
Jay Iselin lives in Harrisville.