By: Devvy July 20, 2012 NewsWithViews.com
As I ask so many times in my columns: Are Americans going to put boots on the ground and solve the problems plaguing this republic or just read columns and move on for the day?
I know there are millions of Americans who are active in trying to staunch the blood letting coming out of Washington, DC., every day of the week. But, we can't continue fighting one treaty at a time. Look at the enormous amount of time, money and energy put into trying to defeat the LOST (Law of the Sea Treaty) and the upcoming United Nations Small Arms Treaty. Even though Sen. Jim DeMint, according to reports, says that treaty is dead, the impostor in the White House could still get LOST through with just one more globalist senator. The Small Arms Treaty comes up for a vote next week by senators sitting in office under a law that doesn't exist..
The U.S. Senate has been a major force in destroying this country from destructive trade treaties destroying over 8 million good paying jobs, protecting illegal aliens, federal judicial appointments including the U.S. Supreme Court to the monstrous mess called Obamacare.
Anyone not in denial knows what's already underway for our dead economy, yet the states of the Union continue to ignore the dire peril they are in because they ignore what everyone else in the world can see: The ultimate financial meltdown. Only one state, Utah, has passed a watered down version of a sound money bill to protect their state and citizens.
I feel confident in saying probably a million or more Americans have been fighting to stop Agenda 21. The massive, heroic efforts by Tom DeWeese's organization, the late Henry Lamb and so many others is paying off. Last month, Alabama became the first state to ban the UN's Agenda 21. Kicking ICLEI and the UN out of our states by our state legislatures is a priority item instead of doing it county by county.
Here in Texas, we intend to start talks with key state representatives on the three issues above: The non ratification of the Seventeenth Amendment, a Sound Money Bill and Agenda 21.
There are other critical issues that also need to be taken up by our state legislatures in the 2013 session. Top of the list is the constitutional militia which has to be treated a little differently because of the demonization by America hating groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center, wholesale ignorance by the media and members of our legislatures. Also at the state level: Monsanto, chemtrails and booting out the unconstitutional Federal Department of Education dumbing down the children of America. I will be writing a working paper for each one as quickly as I can with the exhibits that need to be attached.
But, one at a time as we go down the list of bills the legislatures must take up in the upcoming session.
Many people don't know it but bills for the January 2013 session have to be written and submitted for committees before the end of the year. There is an election in November. Not all state legislators and senators are up for reelection, but most are depending on the state. We have some excellent constitutional legislators in the state houses and hopefully they will get reelected. If you want your legislature to introduce a bill to kick Monsanto out of your state, you can't wait until February 2013 to contact your state representative because by then it is too late.
SECOND CRITICAL BILL FOR YOUR STATE LEGISLATAURE - 2013 SESSION
By: Devvy August 1, 2012 NewsWithViews.com
This is the second installment in critical bills that need to get introduced in your state legislature this coming January. As I pointed out in my last column, bills have to be written by Thanksgiving for distribution to committees. If you wait until January or February, it will be way too late.
Dr. Vieira asked in a February 2012, presentation: "If the Federal Reserve System collapses in hyperinflation in the near future, exactly what will the State and her citizens then use as their currency?"
At this point in time, nothing, because not one state in this Union is prepared for the inevitable.
While many Americans do understand the problem with fiat currency and the "Fed", I would guess a hundred million don't and neither do enough members of the 50 state legislatures or they would have addressed this massive problem years ago. So, it is up to you to get this information to your state representative and get a commitment to introduce a bill in January. Better if you can do it as a group like tea party or 9-12 chapters. But, it takes boots on the ground and effort. I have already mailed my package for the bill challenging ratificat.... Have you? If we do nothing, how can we expect to get critical issues addressed and solutions implemented?
If people thought what began in 2007 and finally blew a fuse in 2008 was bad, they haven't seen the worst of it...yet. Remember: those who have worked hard and accumulated wealth are the ones (just like little businesses) who create the jobs. When they lose their fortunes, you will see many more businesses go under. Since 2008, some 220,000 small business have gone belly up. All of this does affect the states of the Union in higher unemployment, Medicaid, welfare and crime.
"Faber stated, “I think somewhere down the line we will have a massive wealth destruction. That usually happens either through very high inflation or through social unrest or through war or credit-market collapse.”
“I would say that well-to-do people may lose up to 50 percent of their total wealth.”
"Faber points out that this bleak outlook for the United States has been caused by Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and the Federal Reserve's continuous printing of new money.
"He says that the bailout and money printing will not create any long-lasting wealth or create healthy growth, and that the collapse will come on Bernanke’s watch."
"According to CEO and Chief Global Strategist of Euro Pacific Capital Peter Schiff, the U.S. economy is heading for an economic crash that will make 2008 look like a walk in the park. Stimulus programs can delay this day of reckoning, but only for so long and only at the expense of making the eventual meltdown much, much worse.
"Schiff, who famously warned investors about the housing and financial crisis in his 2007 book Crash Proof, says the Fed's palliative efforts during the housing meltdown have made the next crisis inevitable.
"We've got a much bigger collapse coming, and not just of the markets but of the economy," Schiff says in the attached clip. "It's like what you're seeing in Europe right now, only worse.