Wednesday, December 31, 2008

My friend Thomas emailed this to me. Could this really ever happen?
Read on, my friend. This is a source I don't know and being deeply dedicated to the Slack am hoping and a prayin' that it's a Con Con con and really could never happen here in the USA.

Date: Monday, December 29, 2008, 12:06 PM
> This was news to me, folks. It's a big heads up.
> By Nancy Levant December 24, 2008
> The strategically planned and forthcoming Constitutional Convention,
> which will address "a balanced budget," is quite a cover story.
> Therefore, let us consider the truth behind this elaborate usurpation
> scheme.
> As the country is failing in every direction - from the former
> individual in America to each and every individual state in the
> country, the total economic crash of EVERYTHING
> - and all converging at the very same time and as we speak - is, let
> us say, extraordinarily convenient.
> Add this convenience to the fact that on March 27, 1969, President
> Richard Nixon divided the country into 10 regions via the Government
> Reorganization Act. Then with Nixon's Executive Order 11647, the
> nation was divided up into 10 administrative regions on February 14,
> 1972 (Federal Register February 12, 1972, Vol. 37, No. 30), which also
> established the Federal Regional Council for the newly
> designed 10 regions. Now, why did former President Richard
> Nixon redefine the United States? He did so because the
> United Nations passed a resolution that the United States
> must reorganize into 10 regions.
> Can you name your regional directors? Who are these
> councils, and where are their office buildings? Actually,
> you don't know because they were not
> "elected," nor are they mentioned on your
> tell-a-visions. Your regional councilmen are
> "appointees." Can you tell me who appointed them
> to regional power? Bet you can't. And the reorganizing
> of our former nation, achieved more than 25 years ago, and
> of which you know nothing, certainly suggests that "government" as we
> knew it changed a long time ago. With all this information now in
> hands, ask yourselves what would happen in the event of a really big,
> national "crisis?" What powers do your states hold, or for
> that matter, your counties or local governments hold -
> especially since they are all bankrupt AND have regional
> managers.
> Add this to your plate: now that you know your nation has been redrawn

> and redistributed, what if I told you that a new constitution was
> written at the same time the country was divided into 10 regions? Ever

> heard of the Proposed Constitution for the Newstates of America?
> In 1964, the Ford Foundation funded an outfit called the Center for
> the Study of Democratic Institutions to write a new constitution for
> our nation. After 40 drafts, a staff of
> 100+ people, and at a cost of 2.5 million dollars a year, a
> decade later (1974) the Proposed Constitution for the Newstates of
> America was finished. Mind you - a ten year, $25,000,000.00
> project.let us therefore assume that the funding foundation(s) were
> very serious about this investment. And two years later in 1976, Mr.
> Nelson Rockefeller, who at that time was the president of the
> Senate, introduced HCR 28, which called for an unlimited
> Constitutional Convention - the perfect tool whereby to
> dissolve our current constitution and implant the handily
> written new constitution - and all without congressional
> oversight or public knowledge.
> Didn't go well for Nelson in 1976, but guess what? A
> new Constitutional Convention is right around our corners again - with

> 32 states requesting the Con-Con, and with only
> 34 required for it's convening - and with most American states now
> totally, conveniently, bankrupt. Look at it this
> way: the Feds can not possibly bail out 50 states because they've
> already given all our money away - right? And we can't pay taxes
> anyway because we have no jobs. Gosh.what can the Feds possibly do to
> rectify this horrible situation?
> Dialectically speaking, they've had their answer of
> choice in the wings for decades. It's called dissolving state, county,

> and local powers for centralized power.'s the United Nations
> mandate for one world government and regionalization of the United
> States - as commanded in the 1960's. Do tell, tell.
> The current economic "crisis" is the tool, the
> highly planned and patient tool, to set up the global governing
> bureaucracy for real and for certain with the second convening of the
> Constitutional Convention in the wings. The big wigs tried it before
> in 1976, and they are trying again, but this time having manufactured
> national bankruptcy as public fear-based appeasement.
> I suggest you read your forthcoming constitution, which is also your
> forthcoming nightmare. Here is just a taste of your global privileges
> from your Constitution for the New States of America:
> Article 1-A Sec.1 - "Freedom of expression shall not
> be abridged except in declared emergency."
> Article 1A Sec.8 - "The practice of religion shall be privileged."
> Article 1B Sec. 8 - "Bearing of arms shall be confined
> to the police, members of the armed forces, and those licensed under
> law."
> Research:
> C 2008 Nancy Levant - All Rights Reserve

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