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					Get ready for a laugh at this one perpetrated by our conquerors. Yes, we have been defeated. We
actually never stood a chance against the type of warfare waged on our little Republic. We have and are
still the spoils of war. We have and are still nothing more than an object of plunder. All that, and this:
1913, XVII Amendment.

The next section in our Constitution concerns Senators. It is Article I section 3:
"The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from each State, chosen by the
Legislature thereof..."

This is how Senators were originally sent to the Congress. You will find the same clause in the
Confederate Constitution. The Senators are supposed to represent the sovereign State governments.
They have to be at least thirty years old, a citizen for nine years and an inhabitant of the State from
which they are chosen.

If you have conquered a nation, then you have to consolidate power into one so that you can dictate the
plunder. Senators that represent the States interest have to go. They just used an Amendment for this
purpose (this is the laugh part).

First off, the Congress cannot even propose anything that changes how Senators are chosen. Here is the

Article I Section 4: "The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives,
shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law
make or alter such Regulations, except as to the Place of Choosing Senators". (Bold mine)
This says that Congress cannot change how Senators are Chosen. Did Congress ever have the authority
to propose the XVII Amendment? NO!

They are told, in this passage, they do not have the authority. They did it anyway in the form of an

Amendment XVII: (1913) "The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from each
state, elected by the people thereof..."
Under this, the Senators answer to the same constituents as the House. The Senate is now a rubber
stamp to the House. No more separation of powers. Allowing the 17th Amendment to come into being
was one of the biggest blunders our ancestors could have made. To restore the separation of powers to
our government it should be repealed.

Here is how an amendment works: Article I section 5 states that when an Amendment is ratified by
three fourths of the Legislatures of the States shall become part of the Constitution. This does not
compute Will Robinson.

Article I section 5 States: "...and no State without its Consent, shall be deprived of its equal Suffrage in
the Senate."

OK, 100 percent of the States would have to ratify this Amendment to change the makeup of the
Senate, not three quarters. We know for a fact, that six States did not ratify this amendment and the
great State of Florida rejected it out of hand. (Suffrage is a vote)

What propaganda was used to float this gunship? The US Congress put out that the state Legislatures
were corrupt. Seventy one times before 1913, the State Legislatures were in a tie concerning Senators.
The propaganda said that that is when the bribes began to fly.

In order to have what we have today, each State would have to have given up their suffrage on the
Senate Floor. An Amendment was not the effective venue.

Although all this chicanery is forbidden by our Constitution, this happened next: This did not stop the
Secretary of State (that's an employee), William Jennings Bryan from declaring it (XVII Amendment)
ratified and passing it into law. Only the president can sign an Amendment into law. What Bryan did is
like having the White House janitor pass an Amendment into law.

Article I section 7
“…Every Bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the Senate, shall, before it
become a Law, be presented to the President of the United States ; if he approve he shall sign it…”

We are the vanquished; we were overthrown with gobs of bribe money, assassins and secret
governments within our visible government. Just think of the amount of money that a Senator has to
raise to run a statewide campaign--can you say corruption?

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