Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Cleaning Up The Civil War — 150 Years Later
By Anna Von Reitz
Cleaning Up the Civil War — 150 Years Later
With a little thought it will become obvious to everyone that we are now finally in the throes of resolving issues that should have been resolved in the wake of the Civil War—- and weren’t.
The chief issue to be resolved once and for all time is still slavery.
Back then it was private slave ownership that was the issue—whether or not one man could own another as property. The answer was a resounding, “No!” This was the determination made in England in 1837, in America in 1865, and by 1926, both slavery and involuntary servitude (peonage) had been outlawed worldwide.
And yet, both slavery and involuntary servitude have continued unabated. Only the owners and the verbiage have changed.
All that the governments making these fine emancipation proclamations actually did, was to change venue from private to public slave ownership—and in this, they were entirely self-interested.
Men could no longer own men, but governments could own men.
In this respect, the entire outcome of the Civil War and of abolitionist efforts worldwide should be viewed in the rearview mirror as resulting in a giant corporate asset grab.
The governments functioning as for-profit corporations seized “title” to all the supposedly freed slaves and used them and their labor and their “human capital” as collateral backing federal corporation debt in the wake of the Civil War.
These same corporations have continued on in the public-owned slave business ever since.
Look at their corporate constitution published as “The Constitution for the United States of America” and its 13th Amendment— which abolished slavery, except that criminals could be enslaved.
As long as there was any exception, that class of people could be enslaved—- and that was made a formal part of the new corporate “Constitution” from the outset
From there, it was a simple matter of redefining criminality…..
And, sure enough, immediately thereafter came the 14th Amendment, which made everyone who didn’t expatriate from this madness a criminal.
This “Amendment” which was never ratified by the actual states was written in language so deliberately convoluted that no normal man could grasp what it said, much less its implications.
But in retrospect the meaning and intent is plain and simple. The governmental services corporations meant to enslave as many people as possible and hold them subject to corporate rule and control as living assets. Slaves.
They just gave them a new name: “citizens”.
While private slave ownership was outlawed, public slave ownership became the rule and fashion of the day. In the United States it was even given special pride of place and permanently enshrined in the Land of the Free.
By 1933, the Roosevelts and Rockefellers and Vanderbilts and other old Dutch East India Company slave trader scions were allowed by the feckless (and ultimately responsible) British Government to extend their reach and claim all the American People as corporate slaves.
So long as it was “papered over nicely” by pretending that the names of the citizen-slaves were actually only the names of foreign situs trusts and not being used as the names of living people.
Oh, no, couldn’t admit the intent to enslave the working classes and and make them responsible for corporate debt and irresponsible corporate spending, could we?
But that is, nonetheless, what the rats did
They stole the identities of three generations of Americans and sold them into slavery as “foreign situs trusts” standing as chattel backing the debts of a private, mostly foreign-owned corporation without the victim’s knowledge or consent, and these same venal men pretended that they were acting as the legitimate government of our nation while they were doing it.
They also confiscated our privately held gold and used it to secure their bankruptcy. The bewildered Americans put up with all this, believing and trusting that the criminals were part of their lawful government and would never do anything wrong….
The plain fact is that as long as any of us are subjected, as long as any of us are enslaved for any reason, nobody is free.
Slavery for any excuse or reason has to be outlawed. All of it has to go. Even so-called “voluntary slavery” such as “indentured servitude” needs to go straight out the door. Forever.
Now would be a good time to end the Civil War and recognize its causes and results. Now would be a good time to declare emancipation. Right now. We have all waited long enough.