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The Bailout: and monetary collaboration with g7 central banks is Wrong, unconstitutional, and illegal? Where is the usa & world protest to all t

 
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The Bailout: Wrong, unconstitutional, and illegal?


Moreover, the entire “bailout scheme” is unconstitutional. What the President wants and Congress just about wants to give him cannot come from a Congressional power under “general welfare” [Article I, Section 8, Clause 1: " The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States; but all Duties, Imposts and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States;"] for many reasons. First, Congress has only the power “to lay and collect taxes,” not put the USA into debt or create money (really, no kidding!); Second, it doesn’t “provide for the General welfare,” since those who are not heavily in debt would not benefit; and third, the tax incidence (”taxes, duties, and imposts”) of such a scheme would not be uniform — those who are not in debt would in fact be taxed more-heavily. [This last is somewhat softened by the 16th Amendment, but even that amendment doesn't negate this order, since it was clearly enacted for a different purpose – the income tax.]

where is the protest?

The bailouts are by the PRIVATELY owned Central Banks (FED and World banks


After a week of mounting chaos in financial markets around the globe, the United States took a momentous step that shifts power in the economy toward Washington and away from Wall Street.

In past times of war and national emergency, Washington has not hesitated. In 1917, the government seized the railroads to make sure goods, armaments and troops moved smoothly in the interests of national defense during World War I. After the war ended, bondholders and stockholders were compensated and railways were returned to private ownership in 1920.

During World War II, Washington seized dozens of companies, including railroads, coal mines and, briefly, the Montgomery Ward department store chain. In 1952, President Harry S. Truman seized 88 steel mills across the country, asserting that unyielding owners were determined to provoke an industrywide strike that would cripple the Korean War effort. That nationalization did not last long, though, because the Supreme Court ruled the move an unconstitutional abuse of presidential power.

where is the supreme court


did you forgot they illegalyy passed the baillout cant be sued or books cant be looked at ever....


free pass


are you gona sit back and let em


this is a takeover



where is the protest....
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Re: The Bailout: and monetary collaboration with g7 central banks is Wrong, unconstitutional, and illegal? Where is the usa & world protest to all t
no one even responds to where is the protest in usa or world...


all glp on this board now.... can all go to hell....


they NWO banker Illuminati will rob u (In process)and then the will kill u.... you are sheep



you are already all dead Useless Eaters to them cattle goyim
Bill Cooper was right it was better to fight back and resist then to be cattle only to be slaughtered by the NWO


may God have mercy on your useless souls...........

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