By Diane Kepus
February 21, 2015
Globalist Overthrow of the USA
Many of us have been researching all kinds of things that are meant to destroy our country, constitution and way of life. We have the words New World Order, One World Religion, Regionalism, Sustainable Development, Agenda 21, Global Warming, Eugenics, Population Control, Communism and Communitarianism – the words are endless.
James Madison stated in his address to the Virginia Convention, June 16, 1788: "I believe there are more instances of the abridgement of the freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachments of those in power than by violent and sudden usurpations."
Of those in power, a few come to mind: Rothschilds, Rockefeller, Bush, Halliburton, J P Morgan, Astor, Bundy, Gore, Clinton, Walker, and Harriman.
You may not recognize all these people who want to control for the love of money and power! The ways and means are all devious and evil with people having the driving forces who care about nothing but themselves. Rothschilds were so concerned about this in the beginning, they were required to inner marry to keep the blood-line clean.
In looking for something else related to this issue, I uncovered the following within the Library of Congress – Catalog No. 73-85483 – 1st Printing August, 1973; 2nd printing November, 1973 and printed in the USA.
It was written by Phoebe Courtney, managing editor of THE INDEPENDENT AMERICAN, a national Conservative newspaper she founded in January 1955. This book is Mrs. Courtney's eleventh book. Her previous books have sold more than 250,000 copies.
This is also the fifth book in her series of books exposing the prestigious Council on Foreign Relation. According to Phoebe Courtney: "As long as the Council on Foreign Relations controls both the foreign and domestic policies of this nation, regardless of which political party is in power — as I always prove - 1 will continue my series of books exposing the policies of the semi-secret CFR to public view."
Author's note: In this book, when one or more of the individual States is mentioned by those advocating policies which will diminish the power of the sovereign States, the word appears as "state" or "states." When those supporting the sovereignty of the States make mention of States- it appears as "State" or "States."
NIXON DECREES U. S. NOW COMPOSED OF TEN FEDERAL REGIONS: In his State of the Union address on January 22, 1971, President Richard Nixon stated: "The further away government is from people, the stronger government becomes and the weaker people become.... " I reject the idea that government in Washington, D.C. is inevitably more wise, more honest and more efficient than government at the local or state level...
"The idea that bureaucratic elite in Washington knows what is best for people everywhere and that you cannot trust local government is really a contention that you cannot trust people to govern themselves. This notion is completely foreign to the American experience. Local government is the government closest to the people and it is most responsive to the individual person; it is people's government in a far more intimate way than the government in Washington can ever be...
"Let us give the people of America a chance, a bigger voice in deciding for themselves those questions that so greatly affect their lives."
The philosophy of government expressed in this address does indeed represent that of the vast majority the American people. However, Mr. Nixon's actions regarding this philosophy are the diametric opposite. Commenting on the President's State of the Union message, Congressman John Rarick observed: "'Power to the people' is a slogan used not only by radical socialists in their plans to communize America but also by President Nixon in his New American Revolution.
"Whereas the rhetoric of the President is desirable and encouraging, the words unfortunately are made suspect by actions. By consistently asking for more and more tax funds for more and more federal programs which add to the federal payroll an increasing number of bureaucrats who increasingly control more and more facets of the daily lives of citizens; by grouping States into regions with unelected federal overseers, thereby removing power farther from the people... the Chief Executive is, in effect, fostering power over the people rather than 'power to the people.'"
to the people" is a traditionally American concept, which is
what the Constitution of the United States is all about. When the
necessary number of the
original thirteen colonies ratified the U.S. Constitution, they established a government in which political power was decentralized. By the constitutional contract, they surrendered, to the federal government, only specified powers. Powers not delegated to the federal government were reserved to the States and to the people. This is specifically spelled out in the 10th Amendment to the Constitution.
NIXON'S EXECUTIVE ORDER SUB-DIVIDING THE STATES
On February 10, 1972, as the nation's press and TV were inundating the American people with coverage of Nixon's upcoming journey to Communist China, the President signed Executive Order No. 1 1647, which then appeared in the FEDERAL REGISTER of February 12. There was virtually no comment in the nation's press on this action.
this Executive Order, the President by a stroke of the pen divided
States into ten federal regions to be run by "Federal Regional Councils."
In Executive Order No. 11647, the President decreed: "There is hereby established a Federal Regional Council for each of the ten standard federal regions. Each Council shall be composed of the directors of the regional offices of the Departments of Labor, Health, Education, and Welfare, and Housing and Urban Development, the Secretarial Representative of the Department of Transportation, and the directors of the regional offices of the Office of Economic Opportunity, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration.
"The President shall designate one member of each such council as chairman of that council and such chairman shall serve at the pleasure of the President. Representatives of the Office of Management and Budget may participate in any deliberations of each council."
The "ten standard federal regions" referred to by Nixon were delineated by him in a press release issued by the White House on May 21, 1969. Purporting to "streamline the structure and processes of federal agencies in the field," the President then gave the alignment for the federal regions as follows: (The city in parentheses is the federal capital of each region.)