Letter — Time to remove the gag orders
Letter to the Editor:
In 1993, the U.S. Supreme Court almost unanimously ruled in favor of Farmers’ Union claims that American banks were fraudulently foreclosing on farms with collusion of the government, and that the income tax amendment was never properly ratified.
An extremely strict gag order was placed on everyone directly involved, court case records sealed, and docket number case details revised until after the court’s reformation rulings are accomplished.
To implement reformations, five justices spent years negotiating “accords” with the U.S. government and other parties. Because the accords process did not work, the justices authorized the reformations be put into the form of a law named the National Economic Security And Reformation Act (NESARA) which was passed secretly in March 2000. Secrecy was maintained by revising official records and strict gag orders. News of NESARA came out of U.S. naval intelligence in June 2000.
NESARA requires: 1) end of income taxes; 2) forgiveness of credit card and mortgage debt as remedy for bank frauds; 3) U.S. Treasury Bank system and precious metals backed Treasury currency; 4) restoration of Constitutional Law, and more. Bank presidents and stockbrokers know about the U.S. Treasury bank system.
NESARA was to be announced at 10 a.m. EDT on Sept. 11, 2001. The attacks occurred on 9-11 to stop NESARA’s announcement. We need NESARA; Americans can send post cards supporting NESARA to: U.S. Supreme Court, One First Street, Washington, D.C., 20543
On Oct. 14, 2002, the justices removed many gag orders; it’s time to demand
our NESARA benefits.
South Lake Tahoe
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