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Forum Post: James Traficant>> Amerika: Land of the Scared, Home of the Slave

Posted 2 years ago on Aug. 12, 2012, 2:39 a.m. EST by Revolutionized (2)
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36kMTEKXVh8&feature=youtu.be

S y n o p s i s

What you are about to witness is not the traditional Veritas interview. We are stepping into forbidden territory, not only for the mainstream media, but even to alternative media. No matter the topic, Veritas has one simple goal: the uncensored truth. And when we mean uncensored, we really mean it and you will see why. Whether you are a Republican, Democrat, Independent, or apathetic, you know politicians, left or right, are taking us closer to the precipice. Why did we name tonight's program: Amerika: Land of the Scared, Home of the Slave? Amerika with a "k" because our situation reminds of the former Soviet Union. One day, we turned on the television and the Soviet Union had imploded. It ceased to exist as we knew it. Our current trend is taking us there. Land of the scared because we are exchanging our rights for security and the manufactured chaos and terrorism keeps the security industry alive while keeping most Americans scared of the next boogie man. And home of the slave because slavery was never abolished

President Franklin D. Roosevelt, front man for the Rothschild Banksters, signed a law putting the US into bankruptcy in 1933, and gave all property and future possessions and property of all the citizens and future citizens to the Rothschild Banksters, making us all serfs who own nothing.

Prior to 1913, most Americans owned clear, allodial title to property, free and clear of any liens or mortgages until the Federal Reserve Act (1913)"hypothecated" all property within the federal United States to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, -in which the Trustees (stockholders) held legal title. The U.S. citizen (tenant, franchisee) was registered as a "beneficiary" of the trust via his/her birth certificate. In 1933, the federal United States hypothecated all of the present and future properties, assets and labor of their "subjects," the 14th Amendment U.S. citizen, to the Federal Reserve System.

In return, the Federal Reserve System agreed to extend the federal United States corporation all the credit "money substitute" it needed. Like any other debtor, the federal United States government had to assign collateral and security to their creditors as a condition of the loan. Since the federal United States didn't have any assets, they assigned the private property of their "economic slaves", the U.S. citizens as collateral against the unpayable federal debt. They also pledged the unincorporated federal territories, national parks forests, birth certificates, and nonprofit organizations, as collateral against the federal debt.

The federal United States is bankrupt. Our children will inherit this unpayable debt, and the tyranny to enforce paying it. America has become completely bankrupt in world leadership, financial credit and its reputation for courage, vision and human rights. This is an undeclared economic war, bankruptcy, and economic slavery of the most corrupt order! Wake up America! Take back your Country."

B i o

James Anthony Traficant, Jr., was a prominent and controversial Ohio politician in the late Twentieth Century.


Traficant was born on May 8, 1941, in Youngstown, Ohio. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1963, and he also earned Master's degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and Youngstown State University.

In 1984, Traficant won a seat in the United States House of Representatives, representing the 17th Ohio District. He won reelection in eight subsequent elections, serving in the House of Representatives from 1985 to 2002. As a representative, Traficant became known for his support of working-class issues. Traficant routinely crossed party lines, voting with the Republican Party to the dismay of the Democratic Party, always voting for what he deemed best for the country.

In 2002 a court convicted Trafficant of a number of charges and sentenced him to 8 years in prison. He was released on Sep 2, 2009. Traficant maintains that he was framed and persecuted by the federal government for telling the truth. Millions of dollars and over 250 federal agents were used in the investigation and prosecution of Traficant.

The federal United States is bankrupt. Our children will inherit this unpayable debt, and the tyranny to enforce paying it. America has become completely bankrupt in world leadership, financial credit and its reputation for courage, vision and human rights. This is an undeclared economic war, bankruptcy, and economic slavery of the most corrupt order! Wake up America! Take back your Country."

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[-] 2 points by 1971 (154) 2 years ago

Good post.

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[-] 3 points by gnomunny (6592) from St Louis, MO 2 years ago

Those are some pretty big shoes, Zen. ;-)

Actually, everything he said is easily provable or disprovable. Look up a YouTube clip called "Twenty things every US debt slave should know." That clip lists case numbers to every thing he suggests. It's a simple case of seeing if these case numbers actually confirm or deny the allegation.

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[-] 2 points by gnomunny (6592) from St Louis, MO 2 years ago

You're not necessarily wrong. But, I did find that YouTube clip intriguing, for the simple fact they did list case numbers. That seems to add a bit of credibility to this story, but it doesn't, of course, confirm it. And, considering some of the things that have been coming to light recently, I wouldn't be a bit surprised. One thing I did find out to be an (apparent) fact: that property "ownership"here in the US is not what we were led to believe. When we "own" real property here, we only "own" it if we abide by certain restrictions, meaning it can be taken from us on a whim (eminent domain, so-called property 'taxes,' 'endangered species habitats,' etc.) Look up "Fee Simple" on Wikipedia.

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[-] 2 points by gnomunny (6592) from St Louis, MO 2 years ago

Eminent domain has also been highly abused. In fact, it was the rampant abuse of it that propelled the issue to national headlines. Local governments were seizing people's land to build more strip-malls, for example. And the property owner is rarely compensated at market rates. I've seen numerous examples here in MO a few years back where they compensated at far less than what the property owner could have received had they put it on the open market.

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[-] 2 points by gnomunny (6592) from St Louis, MO 2 years ago

Back during the real estate boom, developers were trying to buy up farmland west of here to build yet more cookie-cutter subdivisions and the infrastructure to support the houses; i.e. gas stations, banks, strip malls. Of course, being developers, they would low-ball their offer. When the property owners refused to sell low, the developers would then use eminent domain, thru the city halls of course, to get the land. It wasn't in one jurisdiction, it was happening nationwide, which brought it to national attention, which has, thankfully, curtailed some of the abuse.

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[-] 2 points by gnomunny (6592) from St Louis, MO 2 years ago

Yep. Both eyes.

[-] 1 points by riethc (1149) 2 years ago

You're knowledge of history seems to come from a video game I once played called Assassin's Creed. The historical revisionism of in the game is almost as bad as this post!

[-] 1 points by shoozTroll (17632) 2 years ago

Another one that leaves out the Bigfoot connection.

We all know that Bigfoot has been involved since at least the American revolution.

Why do you leave him out of it?

Is HAARP controlling your mind?

[-] 2 points by gnomunny (6592) from St Louis, MO 2 years ago

Is it really all that far-fetched?

Not Bigfoot. The OP.

[-] 1 points by shoozTroll (17632) 2 years ago

Yes, it's pretty far fetched. Could have been cribbed from prisonplanet.

[-] 2 points by gnomunny (6592) from St Louis, MO 2 years ago

I'll agree, it's far-fetched. But, consider my reply to Zen, above. In this day and age, what's to be believed anymore? This isn't to say this is a topic we should be focusing on, it's not. But I do find it intriguing.