posted on Apr, 10 2010 @ 07:08 PM
You should all take the time to research the original sources the piece cites. This piece seems to twist the truth, if not outright lie. You all can
read! You all have brains! Why don't you use your minds and do a little research for yourself rather than take the word of some goofball on
For example, in fact #4, the article cites to 22 USC Sections 285-288 to suggest the IMF is now the US treasury. If you read the statutes for
yourself, you will say they merely authorize the President to allow the US to join the IMF. It says nothing about the IMF replacing the US
22 USC 286
If you look at fact # 7, it claims the IMF or its "alter-ego" the US Treasury issues social security regulations. It cites 20 CFR 422.103(b). The
regulation does not even mention the words "IMF" or "Treasury"
20 CFR 422.103
If you look at fact #8, it is actually true, but takes something we learned in Civics class and makes it seem sinister. (As an aside, some of the
other points are true, but they are twisted to make them seem sinister.) As we all learned in Civics, courts interpret law. The executive branch
enforces the laws. This separation of powers has always been part of our Constitution. Fact #9 seems to contradict fact #8. Fact #8 says only
"executive administrators" enforce laws, but fact #9 says judges are merely "administrators."
Fact #11 cites our old friend 20 CFR 422.103(b) (see link above) to suggest New York is the capital of the world. 20 CFR 422.103(b) mentions New
York, along with Guam, Puerto Rico as places which can use a streamlined procedure for getting newborns SSN's.
Fact #21 cites IRS Pub 6209 to suggest taxes are "tribute" to Great Britain. If you view the article for yourself and use the word "Great
Britain" in the search function, you will see it says no such thing about Great Britain.
IRS Pub 6209
These are just a few of the points I could debunk with the resources available to me. This is not to say there are more points that can be shot down.
[edit on 10-4-2010 by hotpinkurinalmint]