New Hampshire Bill Introduced to Re-Instate ORIGINAL 13th Amendment

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Source: AscensionWithEarth.com - 4/04/13

 

Subject: New Hampshire Bill Introduced to Re-Instate ORIGINAL 13th
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New Hampshire Bill Introduced to Re-Instate ORIGINAL 13th Amendment -
The Truth Is Coming Out
March 28th, 2013
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This is a BIG FOOKING DEAL, folks. Many shills have denied the facts
surrounding the original 13th Amendment barring those with Titles of
Nobility, as in "Attorney", from serving in public office. You know,
because they were known to be self-serving PUKES, agents of the banking
cartel. New Hampshire is the first that I know of that has placed the
fact of the matter into the public record.
Times they are a changin'.....FAST.
I searched to see if anyone has posted this already and didn't see
anything so....
Here it is:
HB 638 - AS INTRODUCED
2013 SESSION
13-0796
09/01

HOUSE BILL 638
AN ACT recognizing the original Thirteenth Amendment to the United
States Constitution.
SPONSORS: Rep. Tremblay, Rock 4; Rep. Baldasaro, Rock 5; Rep.
Christiansen, Hills 37
COMMITTEE: State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs
ANALYSIS
This bill recognizes the original Thirteenth Amendment to the United
States Constitution.
1 Preamble and Statement of Intent. The general court hereby finds that:
I. In 1810, a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution,
which prohibited titles of nobility and which later became known as the
original Thirteenth Amendment, was introduced, passed both houses of
Congress, and was sent to the states for ratification. On December 9,
1812, shortly after ratification by Virginia, New Hampshire became the
thirteenth state to ratify the amendment. The amendment was therefore
ratified by the requisite number of states and became Article XIII of
the United States Constitution.
II. During the War Between the States, otherwise known as the Civil War,
the country was under martial law, and all executive orders made by
President Lincoln were, in effect, law. After the war, laws made during
that period were to be abated; yet, vestiges of martial law remained and
presidents continued to write executive orders.
III. The District of Columbia Organic Act of 1871, otherwise known as
the Act of 1871, created a corporation in the District of Columbia
called the United States of America. The act revoked prior legislation
relative to the district's municipal charter and, most egregiously, led
to adoption of a fraudulent constitution in which the original
Thirteenth Amendment was omitted.
IV. Today, what appears to the public as the United States Constitution
is not the complete document, as it was never lawfully amended to remove
the Thirteenth Amendment. Instead, the document presented as the United
States Constitution is merely a mission statement for the corporation
unlawfully established in the Act of 1871.
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DeSwiss2's picture

  Hmmm. According to

  Hmmm. According to Wiki:

 

VOTED FOR
Maryland (December 25, 1810)
Kentucky (January 31, 1811)
Ohio (January 31, 1811)
Delaware (February 2, 1811)
Pennsylvania (February 6, 1811)
New Jersey (February 13, 1811)
Vermont (October 24, 1811)
Tennessee (November 21, 1811)
North Carolina (December 23, 1811)
Georgia (December 31, 1811)[1]
Massachusetts (February 27, 1812)
New Hampshire (December 9, 1812)

VOTED AGAINST
New York (March 12, 1812)
Connecticut (May 13, 1813)
Rhode Island (September 15, 1814)

TO PASS IT WOULD REQUIRE 26 VOTES FROM THESE 36 STATES:
    Alabama
    Alaska
    Arizona
    Arkansas
    California
    Colorado
    Florida
    Hawaii
    Idaho
    Illinois
    Indiana
    Iowa
    Kansas
    Louisiana
    Maine
    Michigan
    Minnesota
    Mississippi
    Missouri
    Montana
    Nebraska
    Nevada
    New Mexico
    North Dakota
    Ohio
    Oklahoma
    Oregon
    South Carolina
    South Dakota
    Texas
    Utah
    Virginia
    Washington
    West Virginia
    Wisconsin
    Wyoming


*Note - Titles and honorariums would include all those holding the honorarium ''Esquire'' (lawyer).

Imagine Congress without any lawyers!

will's picture

I don't get why this is a big

I don't get why this is a big deal, would this even affect any of our politicians? I don't know of any US citizens with titles of nobility, though I don't pay much attention to that stuff. I doubt the court shares Drake's theory that being a lawyer counts as a "title of nobility". All that stuff is based upon illusions anyway, and the judges are always going to support that which keeps the current societal systems going. That's part of common law.

Also, this hasn't been ratified by a single state yet, much less the 3/4ths needed to become part of the US Constitution.

DeSwiss2's picture

Thirteen states ratified the

Thirteen states ratified the Amendment in 1810 and 1812, and three states refused to adopt it during that same time period. The historical claim as to why the Amendment wasn't approved (yet), is that when Louisiana came into the union on April 30, 1812 the Amendment needed 14 states instead of 13 for the 3/4ths requirement to be met.

 

As it stands NOW, the Amendment's passage by Congress provided no time limit for ratification (Coleman v. Miller), and there are 36 states that never approved nor denied the Amendment. Therefore just 26 of those 36 states are needed to ratify it. This is why it is important --- because it'd be worth it just for the entertainment value of watching all those lawyers trying to keep from being kicked out of Congress!

 

As to your other point, lawyers are called ''Esquires.'' This is an ancient reference to the Middle Age honorarium for those who assisted a Knight in his chivalric duties (a squire). Today this honorarium is granted by the state Bar Associations who also control testing to become a lawyer, ethical judgements of a lawyer's acts, and of course membership. The Amendment does in fact mention such ''titles and honors'' as being prohibitive in order to maintain citizenship. It further prohibited those with such titles from exercising their citizenship rights to hold office (see Section V of NH HB638).

 

Likewise, Members of the Bar operate under the auspices of Admiralty Law (The Law of the Sea), which was imposed on the colonists by the East India Company (and others) since they were just private companies with Royal Charters with the rights to exploit this New World of treasures they'd found -- for a Monarchy Fee. According to Wiki in the honorable and noble stations, a Knight was above an Esquire but an Esquire was always above a Gentleman.

 

 - However, I agree with your other point. When TPTB's own rules trip them up, they just ignore them.

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