Monday, January 25, 2010

Another Battle of the 2nd American Revolution has begun . . .

Dear Readers,
I'm not copping out, plenty to write about, but I think this should be widely disseminated, so I'm doing my bit. I received this from Seniors United 4 Victory:


"We the Corporations of a New Global Imperialism,
in Order to form a more perfect Profit,
establish Dominion over all lands of the Earth,
insure international Wealth superiority,
provide for our common defense, promote Corporate Welfare,
and secure the Blessings of Wealth to ourselves
and our limited Posterity, do ordain and establish this Plan
for subjugation of the citizens of the United States of America."
------ United States Supreme Court, 21 January 2010


Corporations are legal fictions, not living breathing human beings.
Corporations have no life, no soul.
Corporations have no rights under the United States Constitution.
Corporations are ownable by international cartels.
Corporations are NOT citizens of any Nation.
Corporations cannot vote in any election in the United States.
Corporations cannot be elected to any Office anywhere in America.
Corporations have no right to influence any Election, anywhere, ever.

On 21 January 201o, the first shot of another Battle in the 2nd
American Revolution was fired. Five of nine inJustices who have never
been elected to any Office, who were placed on the US Supreme Court by World Order NeoConservatives, declared themselves Champions of
MultiNational Corporate Fascism, and Enemies of the American People.
May God have Mercy upon their worthless, traitorous souls.
'Free at Last,' Business Says as Court Opens Campaign Spending --High
court's 5-4 ruling struck down restrictions on independent political
spending by corporations, unions 21 Jan 2010 Business groups
celebrated the potential for greater political influence as labor
unions and shareholder activists began looking for ways to counter a
U.S. Supreme Court ruling that allows unlimited corporate campaign
spending. "Free at last, free at last!" said Cleta Mitchell, a
campaign lawyer at Foley & Lardner LLP in Washington who represents
companies and trade groups before the Federal Election Commission.
"Business has been gagged for decades."

US Supreme Court lifts campaign finance limits 22 Jan 2010 In a
sweeping decision that will change the face of the 2010 US mid-term
election and beyond, the Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision on
Thursday to lift limits on corporate spending in campaigns. The long-
awaited decision is expected to open the floodgates on corporate money in elections, reversing restrictions that have been in place since the 1940s that prohibited corporations from buying campaign ads from their own treasuries. It also reversed rules that prevented corporations from explicitly supporting candidates in campaign ads.

U.S. government for sale --With no limits on campaign financing,
corporations will take over the government By Keith Olbermann 21 Jan
2010 And be prepared, then, for the bank reforms that President Obama has just this day vowed to enable, to be rolled back by his successor purchased by the banks, with the money President [sic] Bush gave them his successor, presumably President Palin, because if you need a friendly face of fascism, you might as well get one that can wink, and if you need a tool of whichever large industries buy her first, you might as well get somebody who lives up to that word "tool." ...The Internet? ...Kiss net neutrality goodbye. Kiss whatever right to privacy you think you currently have, goodbye. And anyway, what are you going to complain about, if you don't even know it happened? In the new world unveiled this morning by John Roberts, who stops Rupert Murdoch from buying the Associated Press?

"We the corporations" (Move to Amend) 21 Jan 2010 On January 21, 2010, with its ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, the Supreme Court ruled that corporations are persons, entitled by the U.S. Constitution to buy elections and run our government. Human beings are people; corporations are legal fictions. The Supreme Court is misguided in principle, and wrong on the law. In a democracy, the people rule. We Move to Amend. We, the People of the United States of America, reject the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in Citizens United, and move to amend our Constitution. [We need to move to amend, and *a whole lot more.*]

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