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PART 2 of 2


By Lynn Stuter
May 12, 2009

So, if the United States government believes it has the right to know everything there is to know about you, right down to your sexual preferences and religious proclivities, that birthmark, tattoo, or scar, do you not have every right to know everything there is to know about AKA under all the various aliases he has used?

The United States Congress doesn't think so. On January 8, 2009, despite evidence provided that AKA was not/is not a United States citizen, was not/is not eligible to the office of president, Congress voted to certify the Electoral College.

The United States Supreme Court doesn't think so. SCOTUS has, across the board, refused to hear one case regarding the eligibility issue. Not one of the cases has been heard on merit; all have been dismissed based of administrative (procedural) grounds which is how prostitute judges deal with cases they don't want to hear, either for political reasons or personal reasons, like staying alive.

You see the difference is that the government, in contradiction to the U.S. Constitution, view you as nothing more than a human resource; you are also known as human capital which takes on a connotation in itself that should scare any freedom-loving individual.

But the government views people like AKA as elitists, quite above it all, and most certainly above the grind and drudgery that is the fate of the human resource/human capital (that's you). That the people of this country should believe the elected are answerable to the people is quite unthinkable and unreasonable.

That was never what was intended by our Founding Fathers who believed our elected should be from among the people; have no rights or protections not enjoyed by the people; and, once their term was over, return to their life among the people.

Today, however, that is not the case. Today there are two classes of people in the United States: the elitists (them) and the people (us). And that is how it is viewed. What is good for them is not good for us; the privileges they enjoy do not extend to the people; and they never leave the elitist circle of protection. The actions of Congress in stealing from the people, the giving of that money to their Wallstreet backers, should have been a wake-up call to every American that Congress and the White House view the people as nothing more than chattel, to be used and discarded at will!

And, of course, when the people are silent about that abuse, as they have been for far too long, their tacit approval is given in their silence. But if you do speak out, resist, you must be identified, labeled and dealt with, ie, Janet Napolitano's pro-Marxist "extremist" publications.

Recently, a man in Louisiana, sporting a "don't tread on me" bumper sticker identified by the Department of Homeland Security as a sign of "rightwing extremism", was illegally stopped by police without probable cause and detained; then warned about his "extremist" bumper sticker. Before that, a man in Colorado, sporting a sign on his pickup that read "abort Obama, not the unborn" was stopped, his sign confiscated, and his home visited by the Secret Service.

You think those men must have done something to get stopped? That's what the German people thought, too, as they were picked off, one by one, by Hitler's goons. The intention was to instill fear, make people afraid to talk to one another, make the people afraid to speak up, make the people afraid to stand up for their rights. What happened in Louisiana and Colorado is no different and emanates from the same tyrannical philosophy as that which produced Hitler.

Time is running out for America and the American people. What can you do?

Demand that Congress address the issue of eligibility. Demand they procure all documents relevant to AKA with regard to:

1. long form birth certificate;
2. adoption records;
3. education records;
4. health records;
5. selective service records;
6. passport records;
7. social security records including disclosure of all social security numbers he has used;

… and that this be done immediately. If the government has the right to these records on you, then you have the right to see these records on AKA. That's what equal access and equal justice are all about!

There are other things you can also do:

1. Do not leave any opportunity vacant to educate people. More and more people are waking up to the reality of Marxist AKA and the agenda of he and his minions, both in the White House and in Congress, both Democrat and Republican.
2. Get your news from other than the lamestream media (NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, CNN … etc); these media outlets are nothing more than shills of the government, spewing the government propaganda in palatable sound bites.
3. Do not provide personally identifiable information about yourself or your family to anyone who cannot provide you with the law authorizing their gathering of that information.

Remember the words of Thomas Jefferson, 1779:

"The most effectual means of preventing the perversion of power into tyranny are to illuminate…the minds of the people at large, and more especially to give them knowledge of those facts which history exhibits, that they may…know ambition under all its shapes, and…exert their natural powers to defeat its purposes."

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Above all else, get your house in order with God; for only with God's help and blessing can we reclaim our nation. And there is no one more feared by the doers of Satan's will than God for, by His hand, that which seems impossible can be accomplished. For part one click below.

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Activist and researcher, Stuter has spent the last fifteen years researching systems theory and systems philosophy with a particular emphasis on education as it pertains to achieving the sustainable global environment. She home schooled two daughters. She has worked with legislators, both state and federal, on issues pertaining to systems governance, the sustainable global environment and education reform. She networks nationwide with other researchers and a growing body of citizens concerned with the transformation of our nation from a Constitutional Republic to a participatory democracy. She has traveled the United States and lived overseas.

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Even children joining the local soccer team have to produce a birth certificate; the real McCoy that is, not a forged/altered COLB.