Thursday, January 20, 2005
George W. Bush is NOT the President of the United States of America!
George W. Bush did not file a declaration of candidacy for President of the United States with the secretary of state in Utah in either the 2000 or 2004 A.D. general election. The Republican Party is not officially registered with the secretary of state of the State of Utah, so there were no officially certified presidential electors in the November 2000 or 2004 A.D. Utah elections.
George W. Bush has nominated Michael O. Leavitt to become a cabinet member as secretary of the department of Health and Human Services, and the following letter written to Jon M. Hunstman Jr. proves that Michael O. Leavitt never qualified to hold public office as Governor in the State of Utah, and that Jon M. Huntsman Jr. was not duly elected and has not qualified as Governor of the State of Utah.
Lawrence Rey Topham is the duly elected and qualified secretary of state with his oath of office filed with the secretary of state, and is serving his third term of office. Michael O. Leavitt and John M. Huntsman Jr. did not file an oath of office with the secretary of state for any term of office. Exercising the function of a public office without filing an oath of office with the secretary of state constitutes the criminal offence of unofficial misconduct.
This Letter to Jon Huntsman Jr. provides the documentation of where freedom has gone, why freedom has gone, why the Constitution is hanging by a thread, and what action is necessary to restore constitution government in Utah, and the United States of America.
The principles set forth in our constitutions can promote freedom throughout the world, but the use of force, fraud, and coersion are never justified, and can only lead to its destruction. The task and responsibility to make conscious life happily creative and forever imperishable falls upon the conscious individual to harness his or her nature in a Constitutional Republic governed by natural law that protect individual life and property rights.
Giant in decline...
Such threats would include: a persistent and increasing resort to debt-financed growth and a concomitant, growing imbalance in the trade deficit, leading the US ever further into financial dependency and so leaving it dangerously indebted to rival nations, which could (at least theoretically) pull the plug at any time. [Asia Times]
Move to euro hits US finances...
In 2003, the most recent year with full international statistics, central banks financed 83% of the US current account deficit, with Asian central banks accounting for 86% of that total. [Guardian]
Doom For The Dollar--And Everything Else...
"We are going to go through one of the most trying financial times in U.S. history, including the Great Depression," Schiff says. [Forbes]
The battle lines have been drawn, and the war in defense of freedom rages on.
Best whishes for those who remain standing.
A Majority of One