In the western movie, McClintock, a government officer says the native Americans are ‘wards of the government’.
I think it’s safe to say that United States government also considers U.S. citizens wards of the government.
I know that the hospital racket asserts that moms are unwed indigent women who abandon their babies only for the state government to make the babies wards of the state. The state then gives the babies back to the mom and dad, only now the mom and dad are parents/guardians, and the state can take the babies at any time.
And this brings up an excerpt from The True History:
To put this into perspective, let’s remember the original Sovereign Americans, the American Indians. They too were confronted with our government and it’s lust for power and property. Yes the same government we have now! They made treaty after treaty with this government, and EVERY treaty has been broken or violated. The Indians were made slaves in their own land, imprisoned and disarmed, their land confiscated, and they became wards of the federal government.
Now WE are the Sovereign Americans. Our treaties, the state and federal Constitutions, are also being broken or violated daily by the same government. Will we ever learn? Now WE are being enslaved, imprisoned and disarmed, our property is being confiscated, and we are becoming wards of the federal government through welfare programs, federal subsidies, and Social Security. History repeats itself.
- On birth certificate, my mom listed as informant with her unmarried name and having abandoned her bastard son
- Having a baby turned into a dystopian, sterile experience as part of baby abandonment scam
- Term: Age of Majority – i need to let them know i no longer minor
- John Wayne’s character was a peace officer, not a policé/policy officer, as shown in True Grit
- Review these slides
- Read this,
- review this diagram of US vs USofA,
- read these six PDFs,
- watch Richard McDonald's seminar intro
- learn to speak like a simple man
- If this site ever goes down, the archive is on the wayback machine.