It didn't have to be ratified.
It is 'policy', and policy is the
slave master/owners rules for
Disobey the Master's edicts, and you
will be punished as a 'disobedient slave'.
America is a Roman Province within the
Pope's Holy Roman Empire.
Here's what the slave masters' do to
Under Roman law they called “disobedient
slaves” “homo sacer”.
This was a human who could be killed by
anyone, (especially by police) without
the killer ever being guilty of homicide.
In fact, the idea of “homo sacer” was
contrived as an excuse to impose justitium,
or a state of exception, that is to say a
suspension of civil liberties and the
imposition of martial law. “The so-called
sacred and unalienable rights of man prove
to be completely unprotected at the very
moment it is no longer possible to characterize
them as rights of the citizens of a state.”
The American Government imposed this Roman
law on escaped slaves, and their statute says
- Section 6, Fugitive Slave Act 1850:
“In no trial or hearing under this act shall
the testimony of such alleged fugitive be
admitted in evidence;” And then continues to
say that the “certificate” of the agent is
sufficient for conviction (guilty as charged),
and that no suit can be brought against the
agents of the master/owner of the slave or
against the judge.
[link to www.yale.edu
This shows that the Roman thoughtform is
totally within the realms of American political
You get to be a slave of the State by
accepting/acknowledging that you are one and
the same as the State owned birth certificate
name - a name whereon the family name has been
converted to a 'surname' - meaning 'primary
name'. A family name is a secondary reference
name for the given names, the true primary