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Rally/Protest mass detentions by INS at JFK Fed Bldg in Boston 1-09-03 noon (english)
07 Jan 2003
Modified: 04:05:53 PM
On Thursday, January 9 beginning at noon, a rally will take place outside the INS headquarters in the JFK Federal Building (Government Center) in downtown Boston. The rally will protest the mass detentions that took place in California during the INS' new mandatory registration program.
On Thursday, January 9 beginning at noon, a rally will take place outside the INS headquarters in the JFK Federal Building (Government Center) in downtown Boston. The rally will protest the mass detentions that took place in California during the INS' new mandatory registration program. It will also support the call made by Senators Kennedy and Feingold and Representative Connyers for the suspension of the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System (NSEERS) until Congress conducts a complete review of the program.

Shortly before 1 PM a delegation of American citizens will seek to register their dissent about the discriminatory nature of NSEERS with INS District Director Steven Farquharson.


Nancy Murray (ACLU of Mass.)
tel (617) 482-3170 x 314
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Trust Lawyers? (english)
07 Jan 2003
"Esquires" (attorneys) and most politicians have taken an oath to defend the enemy of nature and liberty - transnational banks that issue "money" out of nothing.

Presidents Jefferson, Lincoln and Kennedy all attempted to curb the power of transnational banks. That's why the ACLU & associates hate JFK and hate decentralized and genuinely democratic government.

Few "elected" politicians or any members of the Bar can lawfully serve the Constitutional United States, despite their ludicrous claims of doing so.

It's also why they're not part of any genuine solution, but only another part of corporate tyranny.

All our law is private law, written by The National Law Institute, Law Professors, and the Bar Association, the Agents of Foreign Banking interests.

They have come to this position of writing the law by fraudulently deleting the "Titles of Nobility and Honour" Thirteenth Amendment from the Constitution for the United States, creating an oligarchy of Lawyers and Bankers controlling all three branches of our government.

Most of our law comes directly through the Hague or the U.N. Almost all U.N. treaties have been codified into the U.S. codes. That's where all our educational programs originate. The U.N. controls our education system.

The Federal Register Act was created by Pres. Roosevelt in 1935. Title 3 sec. 301 et seq. by Executive Order.

He gave himself the power to create federal agencies and appoint a head of the agency. He then re-delegated his authority to make law (statutory regulations) to those agency heads.

One big problem there, the president has no constitutional authority to make law.

Under the Constitution re-delegation of delegated authority is a felony breach.

The president then gave the agencies the authority to tax.

We now have government by appointment running this country.

This is the shadow government sometimes spoken about, but never referred to as government by appointment.

This type of government represents taxation without representation.

Perhaps this is why some people believe the Constitution was suspended. It wasn't suspended, it was buried in bureaucratic red tape.

Now, it is an historical fact that with the Declaration of Independence, to provide a united effort during and after the War for Independence, the Colonies as independent nations joined together under the Articles of Confederation, and as Independent Sovereign States drew up constitutions which formed governments to serve the people of each former colony.

The Articles of Confederation, after a period of 8 years, were determined to have several flaws. The Congress of delegates called a Convention in 1787 to correct the flaws.

The Convention, instead of modifying the Articles of Confederation as directed, in secret sessions took it upon themselves to write an entirely new Constitution, which when ratified by the State Conventions of the Freemen of the Individual States, created the Federal government to serve them in those areas where the States operating individually could not effectively serve.

In this new Constitution the people and the States delegated to the Federal government certain responsibilities, reserving all rights not so enumerated to the States and to the People in the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution.

As a consequence, the responsibility of the State became one of protecting the people from the tyranny of federal government, to insure that the federal government did not reach beyond the bounds of the Constitution.

This worked fairly effectively, until 1933 when Roosevelt assumed office.

The Conference of Chief Justices, Conference of State Court Administrators, the National Associations of Attorney Generals, Secretaries of State and State Auditors, State Purchasing Offices, Lieutenant Governors, and State Legislators, and the Governors of the 50 states comprise the membership of the Council of State Governments. The Council of State Governments is located at 676 N. ST. Clair, Chicago, Illinois 60611.

The Council of State Governments has now been absorbed into the National Conference on Uniform State Laws run by the Bar Association....

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