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Originally posted by OoTopNotchoO
reply to post by apolluwn
Cannot be moot when we are among all the nations that must use some documentation for each individual, the Federal Government makes Visa available and they agree with Visa whether they are communist of dictators like in Iran Visa is important to their leadership to some extent it helps them identify us when there and thats good not moot.
Originally posted by DalairTheGreat
So does this mean the United States of America now only has 50 states?
Or is this just the prerequisite for them to remove themselves?
Originally posted by thecandyman
Someone in the thread said that it would be great if all 50 states did this... it is only 48 States that have anything to do with it.
I really hope that this is correct information about Oklahoma restating it's position as per the Constitution. I was told recently at a seminar conducted by a retired Fema agent that the states have been quietly electing Governors of the Republic states... and that they were told by Pentagon officials that if they can get all 48 states to elect a Governor and 2 Senators that they would be allowed a genuine election for a President of the Republic of America. And then they (the Pentagon) would personally throw the imposter sitting in the white house out (along with the Federal Reserve and IRS). As of last count there were 44 Governors of the Republic and we know of at least one Senator (some think that we already have them all though).
Just a thought, maybe we are getting ready to see the sheit hit the fan.
Originally posted by jackinthebox
If I may, please allow me to interject here, some information that I had been holding back on when this news broke about the Oklahoma declaration...
Illegitimate Federal Government and the Rule of Martial Law in the United States
To the OP, please feel free to stop by and cross-thread of you wish.
Originally posted by jhill76
Sovereignty of a state isn't the same as succeeding from the union of the US - it is just telling the federal government that they can't just take over - they have a purpose and limits and they are bound to those and can't just walk in and take over anything and everything they feel like - such as enforcing the Real ID's or the North American Union. If all states did this, the federal government would still be there - just limited as intended.
If consensus were the case, what could a tyrant do to oppose it? I ask this question seriously. It is not rhetorical I do not suppose that a Bush a McCain, or a Cheney would surrender to the will of others so easily.