Thursday, February 13, 2014


Nice work Thomas

From: Tenth Amendment Center

For anyone unfamiliar with the concept of state nullification, it was the idea expressed by then sitting vice president Thomas Jefferson when he authored what came to be known as the Kentucky Resolutions of 1798.  The resolutions made the case that the federal government is a creature of the states and that states have the authority to judge the constitutionality of the federal government’s laws and decrees.  He also argued that states should refuse to enforce laws which they deem unconstitutional.

Nullification carries with it the force of the state or local law.  It cannot be legally repealed by Congress without amending the U.S. Constitution.  It cannot be lawfully abolished by an executive order.  It cannot be overruled by the Supreme Court if the people in the state reject the Court’s opinion.  It is the people of a state or local community asserting their rights, acting as a political society in its highest sovereign capacity.  It is the moderate, middle way that wisely avoids harsh remedies like secession on the one hand and slavish, unlimited submission on the other. (Full Article)

Back in 2012, 40 states petitioned to secede from the US Government, this proceeded by a petition to “strip the citizenship” of those who have petitioned for secession and another calling for their deportation.  The Texas petition, for example, has more than 80,000 signatures.  The original Louisiana petition has topped 30,000.  Florida has also crossed the threshold. Though the numbers keep climbing, the signatures for all 40 states now total at least 533,000.

What to do:

Nullification is not secession or insurrection, but neither is it unconditional or unlimited submission. Nullification is not something that requires any decision, statement or action from any branch of the federal government. Nullification is not the result of obtaining a favorable court ruling. Nullification is not the petitioning of the federal government to start doing or to stop doing anything. Nullification doesn't depend on any federal law being repealed. Nullification does not require permission from any person or institution outside of one’s own state.

Nullification is any act or set of acts, which has as its end result, a particular federal law being rendered null and void, or just plain unenforceable in your area.

OK this is a drastic situation for the population of America as a whole have had enough of our government and most countries around the world hate The United States, hell I did not create this hatred nor did any other good citizen of America. This documentary you're about to watch covers just what can we do and what is already being done.  The word NULLIFICATION is a very powerful word in The United States Constitution. Take the time to watch this documentary, this is a revolution that has begun without guns for it's a war fought by suits and briefcases trying to change The Constitution.


Turn it Off!

Nothing in the Constitution requires a state to help the feds violate your rights. The new NSA data center in Utah requires 1.7 million gallons of water every single day to operate.  Billions of 4th Amendment violations require massive supercomputers and the water to cool them. Take these steps to support the 4th Amendment in your state and push back against NSA Spying.  Nullification can create a meltdown.


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