Missing 13th Amendment To The United States Constitution

Socialism is not the Answer

If this is true………..it answers a lot of questions. Let’s face it, it is the reason your Reps don’t really care what you think. What they do is illegal, corrupt and punishable by death if We the People got our hands on them, but hey, that’s just my opinion.

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Reprinted from the Oregon Observer for April 1997 with permission [Note: See Becraft on the Missing 13th. Forest ] ________________________________________ In 1983 David Dodge and Tom Dunn were searching for evidence of government corruption in public records in a Belfast Library on the coast of Maine. They uncovered probably the most explosive evidence ever uncovered in our history. They uncovered the United States Constitution printed in 1825, which was to prohibit lawyers from serving in Government.

Extensive research since then has uncovered the following:

1.) The unlawful removal of a ratified 13th Amendment from the US Constitution.

2.) The Amendment had been printed in at least 18 separate publications by 11 different states and territories from 1819 to 1868.

3.) The Amendment was secretly removed from documents by a group of lawyers and bankers. In its place was entered the slave Amendment, which was the 14th amendment, which was changed to the 13th Amendment. All of this occurred during the turmoil of the civil war.

4.) Since the Amendment was not lawfully repealed, it is still the law of the land.

5.) Colorado printed the correct 13th Amendment in 1668. [This probably should read 1868.]

The following is why the Amendment was written and what the meaning is: (Keep in mind we had just fought the Revolutionary War.) The “title of nobility” and words such as “nobility,” “honour,” “emperor,” “king,” “esquire” and “prince” normally would lead you, today, to dismiss this Amendment.

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This Week in History: Republican Party Abolishes Slavery

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Weasel Zippers

Lincoln in Richmond (FAU.edu)

Good for Grand Old Partisan for remembering this historic anniversary. On December 6, 1865 the Republican Party abolished slavery. Grand Old Partisan reported:

On this day in 1865, the 13th Amendment — abolishing slavery — became part of the Constitution — when ratified by three-quarters of the states.

Despite protests from the Democrats, the Republican Party made banning slavery part of its national platform in 1864. Senator Lyman Trumbull (R-IL) wrote the final version of the text, combining the proposed wordings of several other Republican congressmen.

All Republicans in Congress voted for the 13th Amendment, while nearly all Democrats voted against it. So strongly did President Abraham Lincoln (R-IL) support the 13th Amendment, he signed the document, though presidential approval is not part of the amendment process.

Yes, outlawing slavery was a Republican achievement.