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Sunday, November 3, 2013

By Michael Mccune: The Rant (US Government auditor for 16 years In Cheyenne, WY. -Simple Math to Know: Effort to Reduce U.S. to UN Lackey Continues in DC- (( to Have Michael send you the Rant to your Email contact Him Here (( mccrant@gmail.com))

Effort to Reduce U.S. to UN Lackey Continues in DC

As the "phony" scandals continue to create problem after problem for the Administration a logical person would think the Administration would work twice as hard to stem the tide rather than throw fuel on the already blazing inferno. But, logical people, you forget with whom you are dealing.

 

As hard as it is to believe the arrogance of the Administration once again stuck its thumb in the eye of Americans who still think the Constitution is the law of the land. This time the culprit was the intrepid instigator of the Fast and Furious scandal, the U.S. Department of Justice.

 

U.S. DOJ attorneys have advanced an argument at the Supreme Court that would allow the U.S. government to invoke international law as a legal basis for mundane things such as gun control.

 

I know and you know this little band of Constitutional miscreants will do anything to advance their agenda. They've tried thousands of different ways to ban gun ownership altogether in the U.S. despite the 2nd Amendment provisions but the assault on more than assault weaponry took a nasty turn this week on two fronts.

 

The big one went to the Supreme Court.

 

Now the basis of the DOJ's argument sounds innocent enough. The DOJ wants the Supreme Court to rule on the basis of whether or not a international treaty signed by the U.S. government allows the feds the "right" to prosecute cases which would normally be handled by state or local authorities.

 

In effect, the DOJ wants to subjugate citizens' "Rights" given by God and reaffirmed in the Bill of Rights through the various international treaty power given the Congress in the Constitution...and individual gun ownership appears to be first on the chopping block since the State Department did sign the United Nations gun ban treaty earlier.

 

The test case is in progress. In this case, Bond v. United States, a woman is charged with violating the international ban on chemical weapons as she used toxic chemicals to get back at a friend who had an affair with her husband. Normally this case would be heard at the state level but the feds jumped in and charged her at the federal level under the Chemical Weapons Convention Implementation Act. This international law was agreed upon as a direct answer to Syrian dictator Bashar Assad for his use of chemical weapons in Syria's civil war, otherwise even the U.N. had nothing concrete to go against Assad in any substantial manner as he had mostly confined his war activity inside his own country.

 

However, let's use a bit of comparison here. In Vietnam in the 1960s, our government decided the enemy's use of Laos to get past troops could not go unpunished. So we dropped Agent Orange by the factory load to destroy the intrusive vegetation and attacked the migrating troops on the paths. The then-U.S. government violated in spades the very basis of the law they want to enforce now by moving a war across an international boundary and using chemical weapons. Has the statute of limitations run out for the thousands of veterans who were harmed by the deadly Agent Orange?

 

Bond's attorneys are presented with an unprecedented challenge. The government is attempting to utilize international law to apply to a single individual who happens to be an American citizen and who is protected by the U.S. Constitution. "The problem here," they said, "is precisely that Congress, rather than implementing the treaty consistent with our Constitutional system of federalism, enacted a statute that, if construed to apply to petitioner's conduct, would violate basic structural guarantees and exceed Congress's enumerated powers."

 

The case and the applications of the government could have far-reaching effects. It shows the government is trying to backdoor its way into a position where it could do things it has long wanted to do like abolishing the death penalty, removing states' right to regulate abortion, decreeing an end to home-schooling or "non-public" education opportunities.

 

If this gambit does not work other government agencies are hard at it to make sure public options that oppose the will of our dicta...I mean elected official is limited.

 

The second case is more subtle on the surface.

 

Because of oppressive EPA regulations, the last lead smelter in the U.S. just closed because the compliance costs had become smothering and did not allow any economic return. This means we will have to go outside the U.S. to obtain the metal necessary to supply our military with ammunition. It is one more nail in the U.S. coffin because it means we are more reliant than ever on foreign sources for even our own protection.

 

Slowly but surely the United States is reducing its will and ability to remain an independent sovereignty. As citizens we are being tossed into the international thresher where there are few "citizens" but an ever-growing contingent of subject slaves, living in poverty while the elite collect massive treasuries.

 

Look at the power struggle. Washington is conceding its place as a nation's capitol to become a state capitol under the banner of an international government. Our states will be reduced to the status of counties and our counties will be the equal of today's school districts.

 

This is not a phony scandal but another real threat to our country's continuation. A recent Fox Poll showed 82% of Americans believe our status in the world is declining. If the Supreme Court does not make the correct decision this time (and Obama is trying to pack the Court with more liberal ideologues) the citizens will have no recourse but to have another "Declaration of Independence" from the stupidity of its current government.

 

"I have sworn on the altar of God eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man."--Thomas Jefferson

 

The Rant is close to being shut down from an email format and will only be accessible from a website. Final details for the website will be determined shortly. As soon as that information is available, you will be notified. I thank all the individuals who have allowed me to be a regular part of their informational media the past four years and hope you will access the website to follow the Rant regularly. To the many who have sent comments and suggestions, I thank you again. It is those comments, suggestions and support that make this effort worthwhile.--Mike 

 

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