WOW. 360 degrees turn. Justice Roberts weasels and says that the individual mandate is unconstitutional under the commerce clause, but constitutional as a new tax. Obamacare is declared as a new heavy burden tax on your shoulders! Second American revolution is on the way for the states to secede.
Posted on | June 28, 2012 | 22 Comments
This is shocking. SCOTUS originally announces that Obamacare is unconstitutional under Commerce clause but at the end rules that it can be considered constitutional as a new heavy burden, new tax on all of us, even though the feds claimed this is not a new tax.
Globalist CFR, Bilderberg attack continues. Globalists can attack us with heavy taxes from birth to death till the last penny and the last breath. I predict a new tax tomorrow on the amount of water we drink and the amount of air we breath. Such taxation brought about the revolt against King John in England and subsequently Magna Carta. Lord Denning described Magna Carta as “the greatest constitutional document of all times – the foundation of the freedom of the individual against the arbitrary authority of the despot”. such taxation without any meaningful representation brought about the first American Revolution. Today Roberts simply decided to push CFR agenda by simply lying and saying that the individual mandate is a tax, even though it was never designated as a tax and we can be heavily taxed on anything.
Such taxation started the American revolution. We have taxation without representation. Heavily rigged elections took all the representation away from us. Judges routinely take away our right for redress of grievances. States 10th amendment rights are taken away. I predict both citizens’ and states’ revolt and states holding referendums to secede from the union. I predict Arizona, Texas, Louisiana being among the first to secede from the United States as we know it and possibly form another union without a heavy burden of taxation, without having to work 5 months of the year to feed the beast: the scoundrels of the Federal Government an their puppet masters in the CFR, Bilderberg group, World Bank, IMF; with meaningful right to protect the borders from illegal invasion, with meaningful right to protect the economy from flood of products coming from slave labor countries, which are destroying domestic jobs.
I suspected that Roberts might pull this and prepared a plan B law suit on Obamacare. You will see it shortly. When people will read it they will be screaming: take this burden off my shoulders or I am ready for a revolt. I will be filing it shortly. I will probably change the court though, different rout.
Meanwhile enjoy an article below on Robert’s fascination on CFR and globalist ‘s end run on our sovereignty and our rights.
The “Roberts Court”: a CFR connection?
Shortly after John Roberts was chosen to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Newsweek published a profile containing passing mention of the appointee’s enthusiasm for “a new book by Richard Haass, a friend who runs the Council on Foreign Relations.”
Haass’s book, entitled The Opportunity, elaborates on a concept expressed in Richard Gardner’s revealing 1974 essay “The Hard Road to World Order,” published in the CFR journal Foreign Affairs. Digested to its essence, the idea is to integrate the world under a single political and economic order through a war of attrition–in Gardner’s infamous formulation, an “end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece.”
“Our policies must recognize that globalization is a reality, not a choice,” asserts Haass in the book that has so enchanted Roberts–who is now a nominee to serve as chief justice following the death of William Rehnquist. In the new order as Haass defines it, “sovereignty is conditional, even contractual, rather than absolute,” subject to revocation by the international community in the case of nations that defy its will.
“The world 35 years from now will be semi-sovereign,” he concludes. “It will reflect the need to adapt legal and political principles to … the most serious challenges.” (Emphasis added.)
During Roberts’ confirmation hearings, a senator should ask the prospective chief justice what role, if any, he would play in helping “adapt” our legal system to the global order described in the manifesto written by his dear friend who heads the CFR.