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Nationalist Government In America

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"Government is not reason. It is not eloquence--it is a force! Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master; never for a moment should it be left to irresponsible action."
George Washington, Eleventh President of the United States     [Ten Presidents of the United States served under The Articles of Confederation]

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The Need For State Rebellion

In 1789, because they had failed to persuade the delegates to create a national government at the Constitutional Convention, nationalist forces changed tactics. These new Redcoats decided on a strategy of usurpation to eliminate the political powers of the States. We are despairingly close to a nationalist victory and the complete disappearance of our federal republic.

REDCOAT URSURPATION 1 In 1803, Chief Justice John Marshall, through a series of Supreme Court decisions, began replacing the federal judiciary with a nationalist judicial branch by assuming powers granted to the States.

REDCOAT URSURPATION 2 In 1861, President Lincoln, through a series of executive decisions, began transforming the federal union into a nationalist union. By the time the Confederacy lay in ruin, the idea that the States still held significant powers had also died.

REDCOAT URSURPATION 3 In 1914, President Wilson, a well known critic of our constitutional system, used the advent of war to create an extensive bureaucy which only he controlled. He then used foreign policy to expand his presidency into a nationalist executive branch.

REDCOAT URSURPATION 4 In 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt, with the Depression as an excuse, modified the federal Congress into a nationalist legislative branch.

REDCOAT URSURPATION 5 In 1935, President Franklin Roosevelt destroyed the real economies of the States and replaced them with a private economy completly controlled by the national government.

With each of these Redcoat usurpations, the States, who had created the federal government, lost significant power and the Republic was weakened.

The book, State Rebellion, provides details about how these usurpations were accomplished and what powers were lost by the States. As a remedy for these Redcoat usurpations, the book presents the Palmetto Manifesto. Along with the Manifesto's 25 Articles, proposed as amendments to the Constitution, the book gives the Need for each Article and the Effect of adding the Article to the Constitution.

Now the States must put an end to nationalist government in America. By adopting the Articles of the Palmetto Manifesto as amendments to the Constitution, the States can defeat the Redcoats and resume their rightful role in governing the federal government they created.

Please help secure the adoption of the Palmetto Manifesto.

Your children and grandchildren will surely thank you for chasing the Nationalist Redcoats out of Washington, DC.

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