The National Banking Act of 1864 opened the doors for Corporate Control

The Act of 1871 Converted Washington DC to a Corporation - as Congress sold out the people of this country to the Foreign Bankers and their friends.
 
The Federal Reserve Act was the sell out of Congress again to the International Bankers. 

The Internal Revenue Service is a Branch off the Federal Reserve - the Policemen of and for the Federal Reserve to insure rents are paid for the use of the Bankers "Bill."

The Progressive Actions of President Roosevelt - violating the Resolution of 1780 and the US Constitution - Article 1, Section 8, Clause 17 - was the direct attack on the sovereignty of the States and usurpation against states rights by Federal Agencies who have NO Constitutional Authority. 

The Bretten Woods - International Bankers, from the IMF to the Federal Reserve - end the States Sovereignty or you will not be funded by the International Bankers.  - Governors Conferences - Cincinnati-1968 and Denver 1969 was to remove States Sovereignty in compliance with the IMF.  

UN was allowed into the US as the US was part of the UN after WWII and from there we were under attack directly by the United Nations through Agenda 21.  Read it! 

Understand - Our Sovereignty was given in Perpetuity through a Trust to the People - Old Blacks Law book - 3rd Party Beneficiaries.  

The United States Constitution can not be legally changed or eliminated.

The peoples sovereignty remains, but the People and our Government is being held hostage by criminal elements of the International "Elite of the Elite" top 1% of the wealthiness families in the world. 

This will not change until the people wake up.

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Comment by Benjamin on August 17, 2015 at 6:45pm
I meant to say that the Bill of Rights CANNOT be amended, I accidently said it could in my post, I apologize for my error.
Comment by Benjamin on August 13, 2015 at 10:06am
The constitution can be legally altered according to Article V of the constitution, but not by an act of congress, an unconstitutional executive order, or a circuit court or supreme court ruling, a change to the constitution has to go through an amendment process, an example of an illegal amendment would be the 16th amendment (the one requiring income tax), it was not properly ratified by the states. An amendment to the constitution is needed for non-apportioned income tax (or other direct taxes) because of Article I, Section 9, Clause 4 of the constitution.
However, a state cannot be deprived of of its equal suffrage in the senate without the state's consent, and I think it is reasonable to say that all of Article V cannot be legally amended.
However, I do not believe the Bill of Rights is part of the constitution, therefore it can be amended. My legal justification for this thought is the fact that when the constitution is referred to in the main body of the constitution (The Bill of Rights isn't part of the main body) the constitution is referred to with the pronoun "this" (An example of this is in Article 1, Section 8, Clause 18), while in the Bill of Rights the constitution is referred to with the pronoun "the" (two examples of this are in the 9th and 10th amendments)."This" connotes that it is part of the constitution,"The" does not.

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